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Capital’s Radio Programs
Saturday, January 4. (copyriiht, 1930) Eastern Standard Time. j WRC 950k | WMAL 630k \ WQL 1,3lUk 1 WJSV 1,460k | p M> AFTERNOON PROGRAMS _P.M. “sToo* Opera 'Minion” Opera "Mignon” Afternoon Concert Down by Hermans 3:00 .... .. *. " Dot and Jack Reid 3:16 x« Sweet Music 'Forecasting loss’* 3:30 ... - •• •* ’• " 3:46 ■VTao- Ortera ''Mignon'' Opera "'Mignon” Today’s Winners “Forecasting 193S’* 4:00 - .. <• “ .... xx 4;16 ... M.< xx «x Aylmer Vallance 4:30 n x xx xx Glee club 4:45 “jfoo* sundown Revue Evening Star Flashes Una Mae Carlisle Evening Rhythms 5:00 6;i5 “ “ Sunday School Lesson Barnac'.e Bill Terry and Ted 8:15 6:30 The Kindergarten Dog Dramas Dance Tunes Labor News Review 5:30 6:45 “ “ Gabriel Heatter Hawaiian Revelers_News Bulletins_6:45 p.M. E.VE.m>tib rnuunawj r.-vi. *6^00 Peter and Patsy XTsanta Anita- Today in Sports Frederic William Wile 6:00 615 Sports—Music “ “ Musical Interlude Sports Review 6:16 6-30 Alma Kitchell Bill Coyle Claire Carroll, songs Three Little Words 6:30 8:45 Musical Interlude Jamboree Reg Newton, Songs_ Gcgo De Lys___6:43 *VbO The-New Yorkers Rep Maverick ol Texas Musical Travelogue Godfrey’* Magic Eye 7:00 715 Popeye the Sailor The Master Builder News Spotlight “ “ 7:15 7 30 Music Magic Message of Israel Concert Favorites Capt. John S. Arnold 7:30 7:45 Hampton Singers “ “_Nordica Orch_ Evening Melodies_7:45 "g:qo Your Hit Parade Edwin Rogers Nordica Orch. Reser's Eskimos 8:00 g'jj <• •• •• Boston Symphony Central Union Mission " “ 8:15 8- .3Q .. .. •• •• •• 44 “ Tommy Dorsey s Orch. 8:30 g.45 •• •* •< •• “ Star Dust Boys “ “ 8:45 9.00 Rubinofi | Boston"Symphony Budapest Gypsies Nino Martini _9:00 g-15 “ Russian Choir " 44 j “ " 9:15 9- 30 The Chateau National Barn Dance Paul Martell’s Orchestra Ed McConnell 9:30 8145 .. « •• •* 14 Along Rialto Row 9:45 lOTOO" The Chateau National Barn Dance I Howard Theater Orch. California Melodies 10:00 igljj •< 44 ’• 44 Webster Hall Benefit 44 44 10:15 10-30 Com Cob Pipe Club News Bulletins 14 44 Searrhers of Unknown 10:30 10;45 “ In. B. C. Feature 44 44 14 44 _10:45 ll";00 The Capitolians Slumber Hour “ Webster Hall Benefit Cordwood Capers 11:00 11:15 “ “ 44 “ |Louis Armstrong's Orch. 44 14 11:15 11:30 Ray Nobles Orch. 44 44 'News Bulletins 44 44 11 :30 11:45 “ •• “ 44 ‘Dance Music 44 44 11 :45 IJTOO" Carefree "Carnival Sign Oft Sign OfT News Bulletins 12:00 1215 •* Claude Hopkins’ Orch. 12:15 12:30 Eddie Duchin's Orch. j ” 44 12:30 12:45 •• Herbie Kay's Orch. 12:45 ~lT00 SigrToiT "■ ~~ ! Sign Oft " 1:00 MAJOR FEATURES AND PROGRAM NOTES. A1 Jolson. stage, screen and radio star, will return to his accustomed station as master of ceremonies of the Chateau program on WRC at 9 30. For his first broadcast of the new series Jolson will bring to the microphone a group of guest artists, including Bette Davis, the Yacht Club Boys. Midge Williams and Waltei Hagen. Nino Martini, tenor, will feature [ the familiar aria. ‘ Salut Demeure,” from Gounod’s “Faust,” during his recital on WJSV at 9. His program I also includes Sandoval's "Delusione” | and Cadman's “From the Land of the Sky Blue Water.” "A Little Bit Independent.” “On 1 Treasure Island” and "Red Sails in ! the Sunset” will again head the list of popular tunes to be played by A1 i Goodman’s Orchestra during “Your I Hit Parade,” on WRC at 8. | A plea for continued mandatory American neutrality will be urged by : Representative Maverick, Democrat ; of Texas, in a broadcast over WMAL ! at 7. "Neutrality—Let's Stay Out of War" will be his topic. Rubinoff will feature his own ar rangement of ‘‘St. Louis Blues" dur ing his program on WRC at 9. For his violin solo Rubinoff will play | "Where Am I?” WORLD LEADERS TO REVIEW VEAR Broadcast Tomorrow Will Give First-Hand Account of Events. EN whose spectacular exploits and work in 1935 made front page news all over the world —men prominent in law en forcement, in news reporting, the theater and aviation—will look back at the past year and tell something of their own experiences and those of other men In their fields during the Magic Key program tomorrow' on N. B. C. J. Edgar Hoover, head of the Bureau of Investigation of the Department of Justice, whose "G-Men” during the last year won world-wide fame in their fight against crime, will speak from Washington on what law enforcement agencies have done and what they hope to accomplish in 1936. Lawson Little, golf champion, and Joe Louis, Detroit colored fighter, who w'on sensational success in the prize fight ring, will represent sports. Little will speak from San Francisco and Louis from Chicago. Edgar Ansel MowTer, chief of the Paris Bureau of the Chicago Daily News, one of the correspondents who has been in close touch with interna tional developments, will speak from Paris, and Max Gordon, famous theat rical producer, will discuss the thea ter's year from Philadelphia. The two great events in aviation in 1935—the stratosphere flight and the beginning of trans-Pacific air travel by the Pan-American Airways—will be recalled by Capt. Albert W. Stevens of the stratosphere crew and Capt. Ed win C. Mustek of the China Clipper. The musical highlight of the pro gram will be a recital by Kirsten Flagstad, Metropolitan Opera soprano. Guy Lombardo and his orchestra and Frank Black’s Symphony Orchestra also are scheduled to take part. * * * * TRENE WICKER, N. B. C.’s "Singing A Laciy," will begin her sixth consecu tive year on N. B. C. January 13. Her program has been given first place in a radio review of outstanding chil dren’s broadcast by a nationally known magazine. * * * * TWO popular radio artists—Alice Faye and "Fata” Waller—have prominent part* in “King of Bur lesque.” a new screen production which began a week's run yesterday at Loew's Fox Theater. Miss Faye plays the romantic lead opposite Warner Baxter and sings many of the currently favored song hits. Waller features his new song hit, •Tre Got My Fingers Crossed.” INJUNCTION IS ASKED IN POWER-PLANT LOAN Ohio Company Seeks to Halt f. W. A. funds to Municipal Building Project. The Ohio Public Service Co. brought suit in District Supreme Court late yesterday to prevent execution of a proposed *1,400,000 P. W. A. loan and grant to Sandusky. Ohio, for construc tion of a municipal power plant. Informing the court the Treasury Department was preparing to advance the funds at once, the company asked prompt action. Justice Jennings Bailey ordered Public Works Administrator Ickes to show cause by January 13 why an injunction should not be Issued. The company stated it holds a perpetual franchise valued at more than *1,000.000, which would become worthless if a municipal power plant RENOVIZE . . . >o„r home tatlifrlnx Thoassnda 87 Teari. Ih A. 1108K N.W. DIITKICT AAA7 'moat* «Mr KoM. tutti | 1 / Bedtime Stories BY THORNTON W. BITROF.SS. Who secs, end seems understands. The situation oft commends. —Old Mother Nature. HITEFOOT the Wood Mouse long ago learned to use his eyes. He long ago learned how very important it is to see and to understand what he sees. Being so much hunted, he cannot afford to make mistakes. One little mistake may at any time cost him his life, so he uses his eyes every second ■ that he is awake. This Winter he was living, as you will remember, under the very same wind fall where Buster Bear was asleep. He had moved there because, when he had found how sound asleep Buster Bear was. he knew that there could be no safer place for a little Wood Mouse anywhere in all the Green Forest. No one would ever think of looking for him there. [ It was while peeping out from under | the windfall that Whitefoot had dis ; covered three white coats. Yes. sir. he ! had discovered three white coats. They | were just as white as the snow that 1 covered the ground and the trees and made fairyland of the Green Forest. h' - JMt ] JUMPER THE HARE WAS CROUCH ED, WITH HIS LONG EARS LAID BACK. One white coat was worn by Shadow the Weasel. One was worn by Whitey the Snowy Owl. The third was worn by Jumper the Hare. It was Shadow the Weasel who had appeared first and who had given Whitefoot a terrible fright. Hardly had Shadow disap peared when Jumper the Hare came along. Of course, Whitefoot wasn't afraid of Jumper. In fact, they were the best of friends. Jumper had stopped for a little gossip. In the midst of it, who should arrive but Whitey the Snowy Owl. That put an end to all gossip. Yes, sir, that put an end to all gossip. Jumper froze. Whitefoot froze. That means, you know, that they kept perfectly still. They didn’t move so much as a whisker. Whitefoot was peeping out from under the windfall, and so he was quite hidden. Jumpier was sitting just outside the windfall, and so he was in plain sight of any one who should come along Whitey was on a snow covered stump. He too now kept per fectly still. Pitter-pat, pitter-pat went White foot's heart. He wasn’t afraid for him self for he knew that Whitey couldn't get at him under that windfall. How ever. he was afraid for Jumper the Hare. He knew that nothing would please Whitey more than to catch Jumper for hi* dinner. Jumper knew this too. Both had hoped that Whitey would not appear this Winter. You know, his home is in the Far North and it is only when food is very scarce up there that he comes down to the Green Forest and the Green Meadows. “Oh dear! I hope he won’t see Jumper,” said Whitefoot to himself. ”1 do hope Jumper won’t move. I guess it is a lucky thing that Jumper got here first. If Whitey had arrived first and kept a* still as he is now. Jumper wouldn't have seen him and then he would have been caught. Those white coats work two ways. In one case they keep the hunted from being seen and in the other case they keep the hunter from being seen.” Jumper the Hare was crouched with his long ears laid back. The two black tips made two black spots against his white coat. More than once Whitey looked straight at Jumper, but all he saw was what he took to be a little mound of snow. Had Jumper moved his ears ever so little Whitey would >have lean the movement end ther he would have seen Jumper. But Jumper didn’t move those ears. So there they sat. the hunted and the hunter, and neither moved. Whitefoot, looking on, wondered which would have the most patience. * (Copyii-zht. lone.) Lost and Found Advertisement* may be found on page A-7. HELP—MEN. AUTOMOBILB SALESMEN—Three reliable i men who desire to increase their present j earnings; previous automobile selling expe ; rience not necessary but preferable. Un • usual opportunity If you are willing to ; work Finest stock of better conditioned , cars now on display at reduced prices See . Mr Siiteve or Mr. Huiet. Taylor Motor Co.. 14Ui at T st.___ 1 AUTOMOBILE USED-CAR SALESMEN— Your opoortunity to make connections with one of Washington's largest Chevrolet deal 1 ers Over lim fine cars to sell from at all tires New trades coming in daily. Ample floor periods Full co-operation given our men. No loafers need apply. We need live wire men who wish to increase their earn ings See Mr Rosenthal, Ounsman-Chev rolet. fllo H st. n c ___ FLOOR SCRAPERS—Machine men. edge men finishers. State Qualifications, expert > ence. references and wages expected. Ad ! dress Box 15.1-Z. 8tar^ office_ FORD STOCK MAN—Must have had ex perience in Ford dealer’s parts room. Write full particulars. Address Box 88-Z, Star office.__ MAN. white, experienced, in shipping room. State age. experience and references. Ad dress Box 470-X; Star office._ MAN iwhite)—Earn room set board al S3.50 weekly Room-board. *4.50. Co-oper ative Club. _1*507 I_*Eyei_ st. if* MECHANIC, experienced In gasoline pump and tank, wanted at once by a maior oil company;_Address Box HO-Z Star office MEN (2). capable, take charge of cloth ing department; must have experience and able to furnish A-l Washington reference. Salary. *35 to *50 week. Steady tob to those who qualify. Apply Washington Haberdashery. Inc.. 1102 F s». n.w. _ MEN'S FURNISHINGS SALESMEN wanted. Must have had previous position in D C I store for 5 years: A-l references. Apply Washington Haberdashery Inc.. 1102 F st. n.w.___ PAPERHANGER. first-class *5 per cay. Colonialite Paint Co., 811 King it.. Alex andria. _Vh. ___* RADIO SERVICE MAN—Must have 10 years' cxperi*nce at actual radio service, car and references: good Job for the right man. The Kennedy's Radio, Inc.. 3310 14th st. n w;_ SALESMAN for well-known motor truck. Require energetic man with some selling experience. Salary. State Qualifications. Address Box_458-X. Star office 5* SALESMEN—Why not make $5 to *10 pet day? Service book sponsored by 21 local firms. *28.75. in service for *1. You pay 50c per book and make the same. We re fund. 310 Insurance Bldg., 15th and Eye sts. n.w.__ _ WANTED—Salesman for part-time service. Must be a Lutheran. C. H. Boyer, P. O. Box 703. Harrisburg. Pa.__ WHISKEY SALESMAN, experienced, com petent to sell Md. rye whiskey in bulk. Must have successful record. State par | ticulars. Address Box 154-Z. Star office. YOUNG MAN who has completed high 1 school, to handle office bundles and pay i ment for them at a laundry office; other miscell. jobs. In reply, state age. educa i tlon and experience, if any. Address Box I 80-Z. Star office__ _ i YOUNG MAN to solicit parties for dinner dances, banquets, etc.; Washingtonian well ; known in fraternity, aorority. ciub circles j preferred; whole or part time. Reply by 1 letter. Riving age. qualifications and phone, I Address Box 4H7-X. Star office. 5* CAB DRIVERS, Get our proposition on new 183*5 cabs. Union Taxicab Assoc.. 220 Mass Ave. N.W. Grocery and Meat Clerk. Colored boy. experienced, furnish refer ences; colored section. 1137 1st st. n.w 5* nrtfTO i -ijvy x u: Sixteen years of age or over, with bicycle*, wanted at once for messenger work. Per manent employment with good pay: a few may work after school hours. Apply 1317 New York mve. n.w.. Ur. Schryver._ REAL OPPORTUNITY. Due to recent developments we need 3 men In our Washington district, and ti each in Baltimore and Richmond. Offices have been established for some years In cities above mentioned. Oooortunltles for advancement to managsrial positions; sales experience not necessary. Prefer ence given to men living In localities men tioned. Write giving oast experience, phone, see. Address Box 134-Z. Stai office. SALESMEN. Chevrolet sold over a million ears In 1 (t;i5—Washington dealers contributed mori than their share. A continuance of such marvelous acceptance of Chevrolet prod ucts Is looked for In 1936 and w*. as ■ Chevrolet desler will sell more cars than ever before during the coming year. How ever. we need more men to do the job. If you are Interested, come in to see us. Let's talk it over—It may be your oppor tunity Ask for Mr. Barnes. Donohue Chevrolet, Inc., 1620 M st. n.w. HELP—MEN AND WOMEN. TEACHER man or woman, for practice teaching; private school: small remunera tion. Address Box 79-Z. 8tar office. INSTRUCTION COURSES. GREOG HHORTHAND TYPING ENGLISH. French, arithmetic, speed, dictation. Be ginners and reviews. Decatur 3284 . 6* LEARN HOW TO THINK. You can do nothing more Important for personal ad vancement. A new system of home-etudj training and personal guidance. Invents* bv Dr. L. W. Ranter and taught by him Research University Press. 1807 1 (Bjrej st.. or call Metropolitan 44B0.8* DO YOU NEED A POSITION? A course on International Business Ms chines. including the verifier, alphabetic duplicating punch and assorter. Is MM quickest ana surest way to employment Easy to learn: widely used In Government departments. Rates reasonable. Day ant evening sesstens: classes now forming. Call for demonstration. STRAYER COLLEGE. Homer Building. Nfttiongl 1748 WANTED—SALESMEN. I WANT a good talesman for Washington. I believe you can average 91,000 per month. Phone Emerson 0861. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. _DOMESTIC. _ RUPHERS' EXCHANGE — kouseworkers. cooks, maids, mothers' helpers, laundresses, housemen: ref. Dec. 3851. 1837 11th n.w. fel* HELP—WOMEN. GIRLS WANTED for Harry's Blue Bird Barbecue, near Washington Airport._ GIRLS to study Spanish dancing and tap and teach ball room dancing; one for part ner:jo^ee_for_tralnlngi_#B07_16UyU;_ii1w. HOUSEKEEPER, white middle-aged; city referencee. Phone Walnut 7873-W.__ INPANT’S NURSE (whlU). experienced: live In; references required. Address Box 88-Z. Star offlee._,__ LADY, white, middle-aged, wanted at once to care for baby: a good home, imall sal ary. Lincoln 3873, 1707 Oapltol ave. n.e. SALESWOMAN for bakery and lunch: must be thoroughly experienced and businesslike: also to wait on tables. Anply between 3 and 7 p.m. Saturday and Monday. 024 x at. n.w,__ SECRETARY, experienced, capable also of handling general offlee details: state ex perience references and salary expected. Permanent position to right party. Ad drasa Box 120-Z. Star offlee._ STENOGRAPHER credit clothing experi enre: advancement. 821 7th eg, n.w._ WAITRESSES, experienced, age not over 25: good salary to start. Apply at once. Columbia Raataurant. 35<>8 Penna. ave. n w. WOMAN, white, strong. 25 to 45 years old, to assist in care of Invalid: nursing experi ence unnecessary: good home: stay nights: $3(1 month. 13P N. C. ave. g.e. Phone Lincoln 2288. 5* HELP—DOMESTIC. COOK, colored, experienced: prefer one who has worked In Jewish family. Address Box 317-X. Star offlee._* GENERAL HOUSEWORKER. white or col ored. to do cooking end laundry; live in; McLean. V«. Phone Columbia 5854. OIRL. colored, living near Falls Church, for cook and general housework* Good wages and permanent position for efficient girl who likes children. Phone Walnut n.'ion. GIRL colored, for general houaework; stay nights. 2715 Woodley pi. n.w. GIRL OR WOMAN, white: general house work and care of baby; stay nights. Phone Greenwood 1830-J, ____ CURL white, general housework: small salary, room and board; suburban. Phone Wisconsin 4324._ GIRL, white, neat, to care for small apart ment and child 2 years. Phone Adams 18188. Apt. 807jJor interview. HOUSEKEEPER, white, for couple in sub urbs; room, board and $5 weekly. Address Box 148-2, Star offlee_ _ 0* HOUSEWORKER. white, two hours In aft ernoon: no Sunday work Call after '.’ .'in Saturday or Sunday morning. 634B 41st st. n.w._ _ _ • HOUSEKEEPER wanted, white, middle aged: good home. Apply 141u North Caro lina ave. n.e. MAID, general housework, baby’s laundry; live out. Apt. «*. 5131 Florida ave. n v. MAN AND WIFE white, genera! house work and houseman. Telephone Shepherd 3331._ 8* PRACTICAL NURSE, housekeeper, white, to take care ol boy 4 years old; must be neat, attractive, not over 36 years of age: stay nights: references Personal inter views only at !>'J T st. n.w. No tele phone calls. _. _ WHITE GIRL wanted to do general house work. 1803 N. StaBord st.. Cherrydale. Va._____ 5* WHITE OIRL for afternoon work, living in the vicinity of Takoma Park: general housework and cooking. Call Shepherd ~ <17»J after <> p.m._49 WHITE WOMAN, is to refined, healthy, for general housework. Employed couple. 1 child. ]l-year age: comfo:*eble home rea | «>naM> salary. Phone Shepherd :ioi>4-J .*>• j WOMAN, white, care fof baby and ‘^-ro^rr apartment durina day: salary. S8 Call afrer •< p.m . Columbia 8*;o7 WOMAN, colored: cook and general house work: stay nlghtg. Phone Greenwood Hk.’t. SITUATIONS—MEN. HOUSEMAN—Lady leaviiiiTcity wishes to place an unusually good houseman. Phone North 1148._ LAW STUDENT, graduate of an Eastern university, typist well acquainted here, owns car. desires connection with law of fice financial house. Address Box 478-X. Star office._ 5* MAN. young colored, wishea work of any kind, experienced driver. Call Adams 4552-J.___5* MAN. colored, light complexion, desires job, porter, elevator operator, janitor or house man: honest, willing._North I14Q-W. • STUDENT attending day session of 8trayer College wishes to earn room and board by •doing odd jobs around the home, working in cafeteria or as elevator or awitchboard operator in apartment house. For inter view call National 1748. YOUNG MAN needs employment: intelli gent. capable, energetic; can dress; refer ence. 410 :ird st. n.w._ YOUNG MAN wishes job as Dresser: experi enced in pressing silks, steaming velvets and rough spotting: reference. Call Met M55:i. • YOUNG MAN. educated, varied exp., de sires position as sac to gentleman; refs. Address F T. C 2232 Qtte st. n.w. 4*_ YOUNG MAN. white entering day busi ness college, desires position after :i p m . anything; refs. Address Box 43ti-X. Fur office. 4* _SITUATIONS—WOMEN. BOOKKEEPER, cashier, typist, knowledge of accounttney, aeveral year?’ experience: city reference: must have work. Phone Zella Copley. Decatur A'lTn._ti • : GIRL, colored, will type and address en velopes naatly. Phone Lincoln 4045 LABORATORY TECHNICIAN desires posi tion In hospital or doctor's lab : exp. in clin and palh. lab : typing: ref. Falls Church 4.0-J-i. Address Box 306, E. Falls. Church. Va ___ 5* j UNIVERSITY GRADUATE. 4 years "law : publishing, expert proofreader, typist dic tation. 100 words: references. Address B6x 155-2, Star office._5* | YOUNG LADY desires part-time position as stenographer or typist: live years’ experi I ence. can devote three or four days a week ' or part time dally. Address Box 137-Z, ! j Star office. 5* SITUATIONS—DOMESTIC. COLORED GIRL neat, wants Job as child7! i nurse or mother's helper: no Saturdays. •Jn R at. n.w._ COLORED WOMAN wants 5 days' work a week of any kind: references: fond of chil dren. 1322 New Jersey ave. n.w. _ 5* COLORED WOMAN wants general house work and willing to stay nights; best city references. Call Potomac 2470. COUNTRY GIRL, young, colored, desires position, general housework or nursemaid. Write or call at 1547 Columbia at. n.w. References__ __ GIRL, colored, neat, reliable, wishes job after 0 c m cleaning office or work of any kind. Phone Potomac 2023-J.____ GIRL, colored, wishes morning Job from 7:30 till 11:30. Bertha Llggstts. phone Cleveland 8722. GIRL wishes job as mother's helper. Ad dress _201_8 loth at. n.w._ HOUSEKEEPER, neat, or congenial com panion. white, middle-aged Christian woman: references. Address Box 145-Z. Star office._f>*_ WOMAN, white desires position as stew ardess. cook In tea room, capable of hand ling apt. house, dining room, pastry or pantry work. Address Box 498-X. Star office._8* WOMAN, colored, desires job ss general maid, small family, part or full time; good cook. Phone Adams 4502-W._• G. H. W.; white lady, middle-aged; small family or employed couple: southern cook. Mrs. Matthews, phone Atlantic 4770. » PERSONAL. ~ The rate under heading of Per sonal Is 3 cents per line additional to the regular line rate. FOR" ALL PIRE~HAZARD8 ' USE ' FTREX'" automatic fire alarm and extinguisher. For free demonstration address "Firex" 1116 B at. n.e.__4* HEMORRHOIDS ERADICATED BY MY own method: results effective for a life time or money tack. Write for booklet: no rtruga or surgery. Dr SOMMER WERCK. 1866 Columbia rd. Adam* J)388. CHILDREN — COUNTRY BOARD. NOUR Ishlng food, careful supervision: sports, schools: reference*. Box 66, Clarksville. Md. COLONIO IRRIGATIONS PHY8I0THER apv: graduate nurse: open Sundays. Your residence or mlne^ Call District 1370._• BOARD AND ROOM OFFERED refined white woman, exchange for light cooking for lady. Address Box 142-Z. Star office. WANTED—BOARDING HOME-IN CITY. where child under 3 will be given under atanding ggre. Juvenile Protective Aaaocl ttlon. phone National 8314.——— GRADUATE NURSE DESIRES POSITION a* companion or assistant to doctor; own* car. Address Box 490-X. Star office. 6» SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER. SKIN analysis, aclentifle facial by trained staff operators. Nationally organised cosmetic company. Guaranteed result*. Limited time. National 6883 for appointment._ MOTOR TRAVEL. DRIVING V-8 COUPE TO TULSA. OKLA., room for two passengers. Call Mr. Perry. Adams 8418. 5* HOUSEHOLD REPAIRS * SERVICE. Basements Waterproofed From the Interior »t small cost: results guaranteed. Phone Clarendon 1796. 6 gaBaggaw CARPENTERING—Repairs, thrives, roof*. er,0§h IRmiTB m«. Phone Clarendon 061. __ CHAIR CANING rockers apllnted. CLAY ARMSTRONG. 18?16 10th n.w. Phone Metropolitan -082. ELECTRIC WIRING s^fu52 ssKi tLvavusnntmt HOUSEHOLD REPAIRS A SERVICE. (Continued.) ELECTRICAL WIRING—Special prices OD ti-room bouses this week. Star Electric Co.. Adams 8856 )a‘J7»_ FLOOR SANDED, finished; old floors a specialty: reas.: sanding machine rented L._T.FoUlJ>.;i57 8herTle^pl -n.w. Clew. 0528. FLOORS SANDED AND FINISHED LIKE NEW LOWEST PRICES NEW HARD WOOD FLOORS LAID. CLEVELAND 50110. METAL WEATHER-STRIPPING, screen and seneral repairing: estimates. J. M. Butler. 1351 Good Hope rd. Line. 10123.* PAPERINQ. PAINTING—Average room. $«. I do my own work. Satisfaction guaranteed. JallMets any time. Columbia 039(1. PAPERING 6 RMS.. 2-STORY "HALL. S30 and up; quick aervlcei white mechanics. Call any time. Neat papers. Adams 232(1. PAPERHANQING and painting: rooms pa pered. $5 up: satisfaction guaranteed. J. N. Tolson. Phone District 7509. (1* PAPERHANQING. Rooms. $5 Up. _A. I. GEORGE. Phone Georgia 94da JOHN8-MANVILLE Deferred Payment Contractors. Roofing. Rock-Wool Insult lion. Three-year payment plan. Amer ican Rerooflng Co . Tivoli Bldg.. Col. 4551, __ 17* BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES! COMPLETE- BICYCLE SHOP with itock. 1300: less than half value. Apply 1239 7th at. n.w.__5* SERVICE STATIONS (2). for rent to Te llable party. Must have $1,000 capital. Address Box 4(1»-X. Star office._»* GROCERY FOR SALE: living quarters In rear: low rent. Will accept best offer. 24 r st. n.w._5_, ROOMING HOUSE. HI H Hth n.w : for rent. $00: equipped lunch room for rent. *100. R, B. Behrend. .1317 F.__ WANTED—To purchase several established laundry routes. Give all details. Address Box 157-Z. Star office._ ONE' YEAR’ AGO I started with $2 000 building homes: have made *1(1.000 profit. Want *2.000 to start another Jirew Will manage free and give half Ike profits. Phone Emerson_B351. DELICATESSEN 8TORE with beer license. In good neighborhood, by owner. Phone North 2147._ I WISH TO SELL at once, one-half Inter est in new Penn Restaurant, located B23 Penna. ave s.e. No reasonable offer re fused. Jimmie Connor. _ _6* SMALL GROCERY and notion store in a convenient section of Southeast. Price, *350. Low rent. JOHN P DONOHOE A- SONS. _314 Penna. Ave. S.E. SALE—MISCELLANEOUS^ ’ "Advertisements under this head ing are presumed to be from pri vate individuals unless the adver tisement gives a firm name or a business address nr states the worn Dealer. .Members of the public who find dealers masquerading in this column as private individuals Lare uroed to report the matter to The Star lor investigation, AIR-COMPRESSOR. Oro. model'46. com olete with hose strainer, gauge, etc.’ also electrical tool grinder, pedestal type, direct current Johnson Mot.or Sal°s Cc., M2 ftth st n w. Phone Natior-.il SOHO. AUTO LAUNDRY MACHINERY for sale: lst-class condition still in operation at. 251ft M st. n.w : no reasonable offer re fused_Phone JWest 0101. _ BEDS «twin>. kitchen cabinet, studio couch, radio, occ. chairs, day-bed. stove, gateleg tabic. Edelman. 33i»3 Georgia ave. BICYCLES—Rollfast and other high-grade wheels. Hazelton Bicycle Ac Sporting Goods Store. 424 ftth n_w._ BOTTLES, corks, caps. Jars. Jugs, kegs South-ast Bottle Supply Co. 733-30 11th s’. s.e Phone Lincoln 10247. _ CAMERAS—We buy. sell, trade used cam eras. Cire kodaks and projectors Bar gaint dally. Rob bin’s, 52ft 14th st. n.w. CHINESE RUGS, hand woven, extra heavy deep pile, pure wool: 2 ftx!2. 4 3x5. 2 2x4: beautiful design: must be seen to be appreciated Phone Wisconsin 5177. DESK, typewriter cash register, mimeo graph and miscellaneous office equipment. Johnson Motor Sales Co., M2 ftth st. n.w. Phone National fjUiftfi._ DINING ROOM SUITE rmhoganv; origi nally cost *500. sell MftO Bed room suite. *35 Adams 2701. 327 Chinning st.nr DINING ROOM SUITE, rugs, odd pieces. Phone Georgia 6?8H_ 5* DISPLAY CA8E. 12 ft . used. Huesman, double duty; good condition; reasonable. See George. 2123 C Ft nw ».• ELECTRIC "REFRIGERATOR H cu ft ', practically new Slon.tm. Call Lincoln H826-W after 4:3ft p m ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR (CoDel*nd>: cheap: newly rebuilt motor. Call Cle e land 5818_ ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR, t1- cu. ft', d. c : chetiP if taken at once Johnson Mo tor Sales Co . Hi 2 ftth at. n.w. Nat!. 8000. FURNACE (one pipe' and Radiant gas fireplace. Cali Walnut 8073._ FURNITURE—Living room and child* f: must sell at once; very reasonable. Call Wisconsin 248ft-W. GAS RADIATORS complete bars Bargains. David Hayman. 027 Indiana ave. n.w. Phone District 5300 _ GAS RADIATOR. 4*J inches long and 20 inches high. *25. Call National 85o2. GENERATORS exch., *3.50 up new guar antee small install, charge- all cars mo tors: fans repaired exch. Carty. 1608 14th. HOTEL FURNITURE—Quantities of differ ent type, good furniture. Must be sold now at bar«a;n prices Can be seen at any time. Cavalier Hotel._35«»o 14th n w LUNCH ROOM and store equipment con sisting oi steam tables, coffee urns. display cases, refrigerators, range', griddle*, ovens, sinks, sterilizers, hoods large steam Jacket kettles, ice cream molds booths, stools: equipment of every description. Sacrifice pr»ces. 30ft ftth st. n.w._ OFFICE FURNITURE, new. used; desks, chairs, filing cabinets. Washington Salvage Co., new location. 8Q0 E n.w._Natl. 8266 OFFICE FURNITURE—A large assortment of used pieces at low prices. H. Baum Sc Son. «?16 E xt n w._ OFFICE PARTITION mah. finish. HO ft.. In fine condition; counters, show cases, mir rors lockers_30ft ftth st. n.w. PIANO—-Large Steinway upright, old. but in -ood condition Interested parties ad dress Box 14Q-Z. 8tar office. ___«•_ PRESSING MACHINE. Hoffman, perfect condition; counters, show cases, tables. chairs, large mirrors._30ft ftth st n w._ RBFRIGFRATORS. electric; warenouse sale slightly shopworn late models, reduced 25ft to 40ft; cash oi time payments. Smith’s Transfer Ar Storage Co.. 1313 You st. n.w. Phone North 3343.__ REFRIGERATOR—Slightly used Norge, ca Atlantic 3639._'_*_ RUQS. Oriental and Chinese patterns. In imported rugs at sacrifice; 1 <«xlOl. 2 (Sxll). 4 (9x12). *15 up Also few scat ters. 4231 9th n.w._Call_until 9 u m O* STOKER, automatic, burns rice or buck wheat: feeds coal in. brings ashes out. *75 cash. Phone Shepherd 2H4H-J._ TYPEWRITERS—-Current model Coronaa and L. C. Emlths for rent Baraalns in re built and reconditioned machines The L O Smith and Corona Typewriters Inc. 1018 15th st n.w Phone National 0411 TYPEWRITER RENTAL SERVICE GE. 188.7. 571B ltttn n w Underwood*. *2 mo.: 4 moa. In adv. 80 No deliveries 50c den. TYPEWRITERS—Sale bargains In recon ditioned machines: prices reduced. Cap itol Typewriter Co . 132b New York ave. Nat._486fL_ VACUUM CLEANERS—Eurekaa. Airways. *10: Hoover, Electrolux. 815: many others, fully guar , rebuilt like new. free home demonstrations. Parts and repairs. BEST BRANDS. 8(15 llth n.w.. Natl. 1159._ WASHERS AND IFONER&—Inventory clearance, all makes, very low nrlces Proc ter dt Rldgelv. 3524 14th st._Col. 10000. USED BRICK. Immediate delivery: 1.500.000 on hand: also lumber and heavy Georgia timber. State Contracting Co.. I.aurel :i24. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS—RAdIo. PIANOS, players and r^tos’ new lot: must be sold for storage charges: excellent con dition: great reductions. Smith's Transfer A Storaae Co.. 1313 You at. n w. Phone North 3343.__ SAXOPHONE. C melody, brass. Wurlitzer, with case. Miss Crookshanks. 2235 1st st. n.w.. phone North 0218._6* PIANOS at pre-inventory prices, are now offered in new and slightly used grands and uprights. Apartment size uprights in 5 to 7*A octaves from *15(1 up. These in struments can be rented and six months' rent applied to purchase price. Sole agents for Hardman arands and uprights, used by the Metropolitan Opera Co for 16 years—1911-1928. Also Schiller. 8ho nlnger. Bradbury. Harrington and Jessie French uprights and grands. Orands and uprights for rent. Hugo Worch. 1110 O. Established 1879._ PLAYER-PIANO. Kimball make, excellent condition: 192 rolls. Sacrifice lor $60. Call Clarendon 2325. BOATS. CLOSE-OUT SALE on ail used and rebuilt outboard motors: as low as *10. Come in while selection Is good Johnson Motor Sales Co., 813 9th st. n.w. National 8000. DOGS. PETsTeTc! AIREDALE PUPPIES: 3 months old: aired by champion: very hardy, kindest disposl tion. Alexandria 313-W. 214 Prince st. WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS BRAILLE TYPEWRITER—Will pay pre miums Telephone North 5B50. 5*_ FUR CAP. 74a. Address Box 485-X. Star office, * FURNITURE, household goods, all kinds: highest cash price. Don't aell until you call North 0040. Prompt service. We do moving and hauling.__ GOLD— BRING YOUR OLD GOLD SIL VER. PLATINUM. TEETH DISCARDED JEWELRY. WE PAY CASH. A. KAHN. INC.. 43 YEARS at 935 F.__ OVERCOAT. Army officer's, size 40: fair aecond-hand condition: must be reason able. Phone Walnut 8fia-J._ CASH FOR OLD GOLD. Silver watches, diamonds and old dl» c,rd,ds^fafM1i 8c,FhStal^ald OLD GOLD, silver, platinum purchased for mtn%rAV'a\ ?3,ix‘5UOT.DNC^ P“d Since 1888.Federal License. BOOKS BOUGHT, all kinds, any quantity. Pbarlman's Big Book Shop. 1407 O gt. n.w. non* Metropolitan Mis. COAL, WOOD, FUEL OIL. WOOD—Genuine hardwood, spilt oak and hickory. $11 cord delivered. Phone Brad ley 147-J.__ PENNA. ANTHRACITE, RED AND WHITE ASH, STOVE. EOQ. CHE8TNUT— <13 TON. STORED. PEA___$10.00 BUCKWHEAT_$0.00 Cone-Cleaned Colliery Coal. Lord Baltimore Coal Corp., 1.T24 Wisconsin Ave. N.W,, West 2B1 n. ROOMS—rtJKNISHEIL 2733 13th ST. N.W.—Second and third floors, front; board If desired; twin beds; comfortable; adults. 1208 M ST.—Well-furnished room for lady in Oovernment employ. Conveniences: privileges; telephone: reasonable. 7* 338 MARYLAND AVE, N.E.—Two blocks from Capitol across from park; corner. Large room, hot, cold water._t_ 803 A ST. 3.E.—Bed room and kitchenette, gas electricity, hot water $28; owner; adults. Phone Lincoln 3425._7* 3! 88 17th ST. (near Park rd.'—outside room next to bath, overlooking park: quist; for a gentleman: 330. Tel. Col. 2078._ 3173 PORTER ST. N.W.'—Well-furnished room, private family; residential section; 823.50. Phone Emerson inoo._ BRIGHTWOOD — Very attractive master bed room, twin beds, private bath, shower; no other roomers. Phone Georgia 3747._ 1718 17th ST. N W—Newly decorated, all new furniture: oil heat; double room. 325 month.___ 1430 17th 8T. N.W. (corner P)—Large double front room, single or double beds; next to bath; free phone._ NEAR CAPITOL AND LIBRARY—Niwly fuin. front bed room, double: unlim. phone; reasonable. HI 1 Mass, ave. n.e._5* 1315 MASS. AVE NW—Large, front. 3 single beds: also light housekeeping; clean; nicely furnished._ 3521 loth 8T. N.W.—Bed room and kltch en. sink; completely furnished: reasonable. 2000 COLUMBIA RD. N.W.. APT 40. Nicely furnished bright room, near bath; elevator: reasonable._Phone North 8742, 4314 4th ST N.W.—Clean, warm, nicely furnished front room with radio. In private family, suitable for one or two persons: use of phone: garage If desired: close to bus and_car lines; lft minutes downtown.__ (fcl MASS AVE. NW—Employed lady second floor bark. 2 exposures, near bath; nr!vate family; ref, requested; $4 week. 1110 K ST S.E., near Navy Yard—One furnished room and kitchen. __ 3311 Kith 8T N W . near Perk Rd —Warm, well-furnished slnsle or double room. adj. bath. In refined home; a.m.i: gentlemen only; reasonable__ 1817 KENYON BT. N.W.—Large. 2nd floor, front, southern exposure, balcony, fireplace: overlooking park: door bus service: suitable bachelor: reasonable Phone Adams 8880. NEAR 1 *th AND COLUMBIA RD 1 845 On tario pi —Attractive. slnsle room; $15 , per month. • 4* 4*JJ 7th 8T N E.—Bright front room next to bath: private home: convenient tr,im portation Near Capitol Reasonable. 1*.’Ill lhrh ST.— For men two slncte at $1 y one double at S.'IO: inspection 0 to 5 only. Phone National 04H4.__5* CAPITOL HILL, 704 A ST 81 Single room In One home: every conven* fence: quiet.___ 4* I BLOCK OFF DUPONT CWfeUt—Master b*»d room, double or twin bed*: all house privileges and phone service._Dec._J 140. CHEVY CHASE. D C —Large, comfortable fro it room. «hower. private borne: conven ient transportation Phone Cleveland 6316. IMfl LAMONT 8T, N W.—Exceptionally larpe front room twin beds 4 windows: also single and double; garage; comfortable and warm._____ 1424 CLIFTON 8T.—Lady wanted to share beautifully furnished, larae front room: twin beds: cooking_privileees. Adams_l 127 DUPONT CIRCLE. 1167'Conn Ave NW. Ant. 2—Double room, twin beds, private hnth O^ntlemen NEAR i7th AND COL. RD.—Desirpble room in larve. well-furnished apt to lady. Avail able 15th. Phone Adams 8144_ 2237 ©UE ST N W Private home—Large attractive room for one^zentleman Phone North 5525. ‘.’711 WOODLEY PL N W—Room. suitable lor two pfntiHnen r»g‘■unable. 1 MINTWOOD PL N.W—Laree. com I fort^ble room southern exposure; home conditions _ur.hmjted phone._ 44* MASS AVE NW—Front room, •win i bed**, private h^me; two employed men nr» ferret): plenty hot w»t*r; $.1 week e»ch or S4 for one i t:? L ST N.W.—Lara*, warm 1 h k. room with itas ranee, rear bath, southern ex posure ___ 1in:t 13th ST. N W.—Well-heated 1 h k. room, running water and adjoining bath. Or.lv $6 weekly __ CAPITOL HIT.L block Supreme Court. C*ni tol Bldw—Cheerful, warm rms . twin beds: adults: b^nrd optional._228 A st ne 5*; j NEAR WALTER REED -Large, attractive j ! room. suitable for couple in apartment; | unlimited phone._Phone Georgia 2817. i NEAR CAPITOL 221 B St. N E —Young 1 man will share pleasant front room, near I bath___I OFF JMth ST—Large front room, next bath, in detached private home; oil heat. ; Phone Georgia 5227._*_ 11431 FAIRMONT N.W — Elegant home: 1 h k ::rd-floor front. $30 mo : also base ment apt.. S4.50 wk.: plenty heat. h.jv._«* 24 14 K ST. N W.-—Large comfortable room near bath, for gentleman; 915. Call after 7p_m_ _ ______ 2*16 CATHEDRAL AVE N W — Large room with twin beds, near bath. Phone Adams <‘444 __ 1333 MASS AVE £E—Furnisned room. ; southern exposure, next to bath, c h w. : unlimited phone Phone Lincoln 6407. | 1 5"1* CRITTENDEN ST. N W.—Single room, private porch $2<‘: double room, private bath. 935: conv. location. Georgia 4 *52. RESEARCHMEN S CLUB. 1 (X‘7 X <fEye» St. —Ideal downtown location. $12 uo Also board-room. Co-operative Club. 94 5o wk!y. _«•_ NEAR WARDMAN PARK 2734 Woodley PI n.w.—Large room with sleeping norc’n. pri vate family. Gentlemen only. Phone Acams 4«30-W.____6*_ 1 li>4 WILLOW AVE . Silver Spring. Md.— | Comfortable room single or double, private family: half block from bus. Phone Shep herd 3646. 10th AND K—Newly furn. rms. for *' or 3 \ gentlemen: conv. to G. W. University and . Oovt. depts. U'27 10th 8t. n.w. Dist. <1510.5* i i "Hill PIERCE MILL RD—Large room and 1 sleeping porch, private family; bus at cor- ; ner. Phone ColumblajWlrt._ NEAR 18th AND COL. RD . 17»o Lanier Pi. n.w.— Pleasant room, adjoining bath, a m l.: refined, private home: gentleman. Col. 10*26. I DOWNTOwfi. Conn. Ave , f>27 17fh—61n-! Kies. 818-82(1; doubles. 835-84(11 private en trance: maid. J? double, >20; gentleman.5* 1834 COLUMBIA RD.—53 bV vs : tingle looms, cle. n. warm; 4 baths: Inst b wr ; 3 car lines; hall rm.. S3; men. Adams_102l3 1742 PARK RD—Nicely furnished double room: private home: also gentleman like to share rm. with twin beds._ 7200 20th ST. corner Wyoming ave—i Private home; gentlemen. Phone North 3105._ 3511 CENTRE ST. N.W.—Room next bath; private home; employed aentleman. Only roomer.___ 703 3rd ST. N.W., third floor—Sleeping room, employed lady or gentleman. 83 5o week._____ 4* _ 1510 COLUMBIA RD.—Two comfortable rooms, private bath, aingle or en suite; Inst, hot water: gentlemen only. Col. 6400. flot 21>t ST. N.W.—Gentlemen: "nicely furnished front room; continuous hot water._ 105 4th N.S.—Near Capitol and Library: nicely furnished rooms; reasonable rates. _ LINCOLN 26A2-R. _ 1417 EUCLID N.W.—Gentleman; warm, bright room, next bath: 2nd-floor apt, family 3 adults: references, Adams 8210. 1357 PERRY PL. .N.W. — Comfortable, homelike room, next bath; halt square from J4th st. After 6. phone_Adams_4037. 1840 MINTWOOD PL. N W. (near 18th. Col rd.)—2nd-floor bed-living room, next to bath, I.h.k.; adults._ 1804 IRVING ST. N.W.—Beautiful front room, bath; overlooking Rock Creek Park; private family. Double or single. 5* CHEVY CHASE. D. C—Suitable for re flned. settled lady: breakfast optional. For further information. Cleveland 0843. 4* 1345 GIRARD ST N.W.—Vacancy for two men in twin bed room: also double room, twin beds; home atmosphere. Reas. 5* 21 H ST. n:W.—Neatly furnished room, light, heat, not water and bath: private family; $3.50 weekly. Berger. 2nd floor. _6*_ 1410 M N.W.. Apt. 103—Room for two refined girls in clean, warm apartment, ft* 323 EMERSON ST. N.W.—Beautiful, large front room with private bath, twin beds; Silo month. Also smaller room. $15; ga rage. Jfft.^Cloge^toJbugJlmL_ 13 7th ST. 8.E.—2 nice, large connecting rooms on 2nd floor. I.h.k.; gas. elec., dishes, linens, etc.; semi-private bath. Working couple preferred. Reag. ft* CONN. AVE. AT WOODLEY RD — Desirable double room, private bath. $15 per week. Call Columbia 5517._ _ 108 TBNN. AVSTn E . Fairfax. Apt. 32— 1 furn. bed room for gentleman facing Lincoln Park; c.h.w.___ _ $3 60—Warm. 2nd fl.. aemi-pvt. bath. L. 11 ** • 1 • VBi O. Ull WUJ i UM1UU. K**' ' ployed lady. Alter 4. 1866 Newtonat. n.w. 1728 IRVING N.W.—Excellent neighbor hood: lovely private home; large double rm„ private bath: reasonable. Col. 2:10>-J. 1758 CHURCH ST. N.W.—Furnished room, twin beds; convenient to Government buildings: gentlemen only; references._ 2842 27th 6T. (nr. Wardman Park Hotel). Highly desirable front room twin beds, next bath: unlimited phone: private home. 1118 nth ST. N.w.—Clean, warm, alnale rooms. >2.6Q and >3: men only._6• _ 1.225 TAYLOR ST. N.W.—Front room. single. $16 month._Phone Adams 1040.2. 1806 KALORAMA RD. NW—Attrac tive single and double rms.. newly furn.i central location. You will be 1st occupant. CHEVY CHASE. D C.. on Military rd . nr. bus line. Bright front rm . well furnished. $20 per month: gentlemen preferred. Phone Cleveland 7859. _ TTLDEN GARDENS—Attractive, well-furn. room, next bath: young man; reference. $22.50. Phone Clev. 5334, Apt. 401-D.__ 642 RANDOLPH ST. N.W.-—Front rm7. southern exposure: all conveniences: ladles: Oentllss. Phone Columbia 1260. 10.21 EUCLID ST. W.W.. APT. 406—Com fortable. attractive room, adjoining bath: Private family. Convenient to cars and ussea. 18th AND COL. RD.—Floe, warm room. communicating hath: Jars- windowed cioatt; phomt. lTBPfcsnlsr pL a w. J BOOMS—FURNISHED. (Continued) WESTMORELAND HILLS—Bright. first floor room for men. In new detached home; i orlvate bath with shower, garage. Phone ; Wisconsin 2S89-M._____ 1743 P ST.. APT. 42—Bright bed room adjoining bath, twin beds, suitable lor two , gentlemen; >20, __________ 1918 RIGOS PL. N.W.. off Kith St.—See- i and floor, front, single and double, seml prlvate bath: quiet home._ 2100 19th ST. N.W.—Attractive, home like. front room, semi-private bath: rea sonable: business woman preferred. Dec. 3«ffl0.__ 2HEVY CHASE. D. C.—Master bed room with prlv. beth and garage, available to refined gentleman or couple. Also adjoin ing room If desired: furn. or unfurn.; non housekeeping; new Colonial home: with small adult family. Phone Cleveland 4200. 3VERLOOKINO THOMAS CIRCL*—First floor front room, gentleman only. Apt 1. the Cumberland._■"* I Kofl LA MONT ST. N.W.—Attractively fur nished double or single room, adjoining bath. cont. hot water; near car and bus; unlimited phont.____ not 2lit ST. N. W.—Gentlemen: nicely furnished front looms, continuous bet water._ 1H39 HOBART ST. N.W.—Nicely furnished room with Inclosed sleeping porch, adjoin ing bath. cont. hot water. Lady only. #29 month. Phone Columbia Plfll), _ 700 MASS. AVE. N E -Bright, gunny rooms, conveniently located to car Hues. Male Government employes preferred. CHEVY CHASE. D. C.. 3*17 Morrison St.— Furnished rooms for gentlemen in beautiful home. Phone Emerson 8530.__ 4224 Kith ST. N.W—Army officer's widow has double room, twin beds, private bath. shower, garage._Breakfast served. 5711 Kith ST. N.W.. corner of Montague— Beautifully furnished bed room In detached, jrlyate homcj gentlemen Gall Georgia 4443. 1833 M 8T. N W„ one block Conn. Ave - Beautiful, newly decorated room, suitable two or three gentlemen: reasonable: front. 1107 D ST SE—Large front room, nicely furnished, ^private family: gentleman. 1418 R. I. AVE N.W.—Large room, fror.t. for one. three men; separate beds; reason able_Single j-oom. S3 week CONN. AVE. AND TILDEN ST.—La nr. quiet room and bath in private apartment, near bus: gentleman. Phone Cleveland 2404. DUPONT CIRCLE <2027 P St' N.W.)—Com fortable rooms, nlenty heat and hot wafer; reasonable: references; conv transportation 433 HAMILTON 8T. N.W —Three nicely furnished rooms, one a master bed room with private bath__ CHEVY CHASE D C—Attractive front room, detached house 1 block to Conn, ave.: S20 month, including garage. Phone Cleveland 5448. 14411 PARKWOOD PL N W—Large”bed room, sun parlor, private bath: gentleman; SB per week._ CLEVELAND PARK. 3214 Porter St —At tractive room In private home near bus: >25 month Phone Cleveland 1359._ 351.'! Kith ST N W—Large front room, private bath, unlimited phone: quiet home; references^ Phone Columbia 338:1. DOWNTOWN. 1323 Rhode Island Av* N W. Lovely clean, warm front room, near bath, lhLk_ >7 1821 KENYON N.W.—Double room, south ern exposure, twin beds; comfortable; reasonable.__ _ 340 OTIS PL N.W.—Clean, neatly fur nished front room, private family. #10 n#r monrh 121.t L 8T N W.—Spotlessly clean well' furnished, well heated, 2nd floor, front; ; reasonable._ _ 1405 RHODE ISLAND~AVE jTw~-—Sleep- 1 Ini? room, second floor, single beds. Large third-floor room, light housekeeping: very bright._ 3*29 CATHEDRAL AVE N W —Beautifully furnished from room with shower, south ern exposure suitable for two. in private home: board optional GENTLEMAN — Sunny. well - furnished* quiet room- good transportation. Phone Lincoln *35*:-w. 5» 1815 LA MONT StTn W —Desireble~cleam warm, comfortable room: owner's modern home; conv. bath; inst. h. w : gentlemen. 1824 CALVERT ST N.W.—Britht southern exposure single room, next bath: private family: all conveniences 3205 ADAMS MILL RD—Large room, dou ble bed. adioining bath; modprn home; gentleman Phon* Adams 7*>13-J « !*» mo. 3f»os MACOMB ST N.W—Large comfort- ! able room: new home beautiful, conven ient location garage Reasonable ik.'IR BELMONT 'near Col rd.)—>nd noor rocm. southern exposure, nrx* bath; ! owner]* home: most conven. cars and cafes. ; 1357 OIRARD ST. N.W.—Large, sunny front room, aerommodate 2 or o reason- ; able Phone Adams 946§4L :>• , 2059 PARK RD 'opp Rock Creek Park*- — Room porch bath with shower. in*t h w., phoney gentleman ^ovt^emp'oye: ref 101b BILTMORE ST. N.W.'—Basement room, owner s home: steam heat, running water: employed man^ references required. HAMILTON ST. N.W., near Georgia ave — Beautifully furnished room with southern exposure, use of room and kitchen in bala ment: includes gas. heat electricity and garage. Urcioio Realty Co . Met. 4041. 1427 GIRARD N.W’.—Double room, next bath: a m i : employed persons Large | front suitable 3 persons. *2 50 each. TWO ATTRACTIVELY furnished rooms in residential neighborhood convenient to all car 'ines: gentlemen only; reasonable. PhonejOeorgia 827b 1024 17th ST. N.W—Attractive double room. 2nd floor, adjoining bath: single rooms adjoining bath: sunshiny basement for men: cooking facilities IKVING ST. N W —-Gentleman: large, well-heated front room, semi-private b^th. Phone Columbia 4b5 J. 5» 18oj lbth N W.—Very desirable room and bath entirely detached, gentleman pre ferred: reference exchanged. Apt 105 5* 202* G ST N W.—Large southern room. ; 2 closets, basin running water, mirror. 1 light for shaving, tile bath with shower; i *22.50 month._ 0i< 3309 13th ST. N W.—Gentleman: refined, quiet Jew.sh home. a m i., cont. h. w., telephone. Call after 4:30. • 2030 F ST N W.—Attractive double room, semi-private bath: running water fn room; , u»e of phone; with or^ without board._ 2326 19th ST. N.W. ! Large room, also single: all conv.. c h w. PARK RD.. 3303 18th ST. N.W.—DOUBLE ROOM TWIN BEDS. FIREPLACE. 1855 CALVERT ST.—LARGE room, southern exposure; ma hogany furniture, twin beds; three large windows. Elevator. Gentlemen preferred. Adams 10077.5* ROOMS—FURN. AND VNFI RN. I 1806 c ST. N.E.—Cozy, built-in sleeping room. turn. or unfurn.. for one or two | people: use of kitchen and’dining room: or j will board if desired: in modern, new home, in refined section: 1 block from bus. No objection to one small child Also have built-in garage. Phone Atlantic rt<t36-w. ROOMS—SUBURBAN._ 4812 NORTH LANE. Bethesda Md~Pur nished bed room for gentleman: garage available: near bus line. Wise. ;t856-J. ROOMS AND BOARD. DUPONT CIRCLE 1511 UOth St. N Vacancies lor gentlemen: good meals, home atmosphere: excellent location._North . 740 ROCK CREEK CHURCH RD.—NewlV furnished single and double rooms, suitable for three ladies, aentlemen or family of three: excellent meals: convenient to street car and bus: reasonable.__ FALKLAND MANOR, overlooking tilth st — Exclusive guest home: il attractive double rooms private bath: 1 slnale room: super vlsed meals; reasonable rales. 6hep. 1955. 1305 17th ST N W.—Sinaia and double outside rooms, congenial atmosphere: meals personally supervised. Phone North an<m. 1456 MONROE N.W.—*25 mo. Lovely. ...nr-na room m.rlr' V,, Imi-ni. tillty._ 1867 WYOMING AVE. N.W—Beautiful, large, front room, twin beds, private bath; for discriminating clientele: on 2nd fl. Also single room. Walking distance. Phone Columbia 8S60._ 1336 N. H AVE—Dupont circle. Room and board best in city everything new; single and double. North 6535._7*_ IVY TERRACE. 1634 Conn ave—Very delightful room for one or two persons, including breakfast and dinner. Phone Decatur 6344 _ 1459 HARVARD ST N.W.—One double and single room next bath: c.h w .: well balanced meals one meat, three vece tebles. salad, hot bread dessert, coffee. tea or milk; unlimited phone._ _ DUPONT CIRCLE. 2131 Mass. Ave. N W— Lovely, large nicely furn. rin . large priv. bath, for 2 or 3 young people: excellent meals. Also sfcicle room, also single and double rms. 1302 Conn. are. n w. Prices very reas. Both places walk. dist. Govt. bulldlnga. North 9404, Decatur 5468. __ 2320 20th ST.. Apt. 81—Beautiful, laree. south room: twin beds; excellent meals; private family. Convenient location._ 1317 RHODE ISLAND AVE. N.W.. Apt. 601—Clean, attractive room, with board; elevator service. Girls preferred. Reaaon able. Phone Potomac 4245.__ 1309 17th 8T. N.W.. at Mass, ave — Single and double rooms; walking distance. Table board. Phone Decatur 0661._6* 183(1 LAMONT ST. N.W.—Single and dou ble bright, sunny rooms. In refined home; excellent meals Phone Adams 2080. U‘ 3521 14th ST. N.W.—Single or double room, modern home, refined surroundings; home-cooked meals: reas. Col. 5567. 6» 1822 LAMONT ST. N.W.—Strictly modern, tingle or double rooms: excellent meals, fresh vegetables; J8-S10 weekly. Phone Adams 5223.___£>•_ 2144 WYOMINO AVE. N.W.—Well-fur nished double room, privata bath. aou. exp.; breakfaat. dinner: > adults. Potomac 3380. ROCK CREEK PARK—Rooms, bath, show er c. h. w.i German cooking. Phone Adams 5965._ 5* 1343 EUCLID ST N.W.—Large rooms. single beds eont. h. w.: excellent table. Week. 87; month, 830. Col. 10422, • YOUNO MAN to share private residence with 6 others on non-profit basis; a.m.l.i good cooks. Phone Adams 7499. _ 5* 2942 NEWARK ST. N.W.—Pront room, adiolnina bath; home cooking and home privileges. Phone Cleveland 8431, 3609 14th ST. N.W.—Single or double* rooms, clean, comfortable; home atmos phere: home-eooked meals. CoL 8506. 6* > BOOMS AND BOARD. (Cntl»—4.)_ 623 K 8T. N.W. (walking distance down* - own)—Large, double room; elso single , , oom; contlnuoui hot water. Met 1353. j 1220 EUCLID ST. NW,—Large 3rd-fioor oom. 3 girls: private home, refined South* rn family: home cooking. Oth ST. OFF CONN.—Mt. Pleasant earT mall guest home with unusual quallfica* ions; light, clean rooms, oil heat, unllm ted phone, well-balanced meala; low rats. Tall Decatur 3993._ 1019 10th 8T. N W.—Corner room, single! double; home atmosphere: reasonable; walking distance to a walker. Pot 0312. &ALORAMA RD.—333 each: larce south front room, twin beds, coil springs: 2 meals lally;_|entlemeii^_ Phone Adams_665jr 3007 KAL RD.—Double, twin beds five wuth windows, also single: refined family; excellent meals. Phone Potomac 1344. 1426 COLUMBIA RD NW—Large front room, twin beds, home cooking; unlimited afaone._ PARK RD. tj block 14th n.w.—Room. S3 week; with board. $* week: garage: congenial Protestant home; emp. adults. ColumhU Dii62._ 304 EAST CAPITOL 8T.—Front room! southern exposure 2 windows: near bath; hot-water heat: excellent meals. 2624 WOODLEY PL. N.W—Convenient room for 2 or 3: garage: excellent meals; algo table board _Reasonable_i 1*37 R ST. N.W.—Lovely front room for three. 2 closets. Also vacancy for one or two; twin beds._Excellent meals.__ COLLEOIATK COFFEE SHOP. 1033 New ton st. n e — Attractive, double and single rooms. Phone_ Decatur 57B3.__ 1917 EYE ST. N.W.—Young man to shara front double room, seml-prtvate bath, south ern exposure: warm. Wcll-balanegd meals. MOST COMFORTABLE double room with private bath: warm attractive, private home: breakfast, dinner; garage. Phong Georgia 0947._ 3145 loth ST. N.W.—Exclusive home will accept 2 or 8 paying guests: sunny room. next bath _ _ _ 143* KENNEDY ST N W—Newly furn double rm, prtv. bath; home cooking oil heat; cars and busses. 6* 415 GALLATIN ST N.W.—Newly decorated double room: modern clean home; delicious home cooking reasonable Phone Og. 1682. NEAR DUPONT CIRCLE Pvt. family: lovely rm adi. bath for l or 2. Phone North 4173. 2222 Qus. APt 1 ____ 1752-54-56 QUE N.W. Room for two: private bath: other va» cancies; delicious well-served meals. ‘ NEBRE 1740 New Hampshire ave. — Newip opened; beautiful slnrle and double rooms, with breakfast. Phone Decature 6*30 LADY, employed. war.t« furnlahed room in apt or room and board near J 41h and R. I ave Address Box 489-X Star office. 5* GENTLEMAN with nephew of 1H wishes warm sunny furnished room for the two ' in family havimt boy of about same age: n w . walking distance downtown Wri'e particulars. Address Box 13U-Z. Star * office. ft* MOVING. PACKING AND STORAGE. ANDERSON VAN SERVICE -"SPECIAL f rates any city U. S. Immed. return N. Car,.' i N Y . Boston. Chicago. Fla St. Louis. Texas. 11th and N. Y. ave. National 7670. RENT—FLATS. UNFURN . NEAR Tth AND MD. AVE~N £ Plat u rms and bath h.-w.h . elec : avail* able Jan._15 Geo 3930 for inspection 5* < 1021 1th ST N.W.—■’ ROOMS AND BATHl heat *20 5'i f M FRANK RUPPERT 1021 Tth St N W. «32 loth 8T. SW. — THREE ROOMS.' buth. electricity; *28. LLOYD R. TURNER, tiiio Tth at s.w. o» WANTED—APARTMENTS. FILIPINO STUDENTS" WANT UNFUS^ nished 2 or 3 room aper-ment b-forf Jan lii Give description and price. Goof • references II required. Address Box 15"-L Star office.__5* WANTED BY EMPLOYED COUPLE 1 rooms, kitchen Drivat# bath, unfurnished, northwp.q section nearby Maryland. 5^5, !l Call Kensington 200-J.____ i RELIABLE COUPLE. MIDDLE AGE. EX* !’ periencr-d in rooming house 'ake care of same in exchange f*r apt. free: reference. Second floor. 024 Eye st. n.e.. Washington, J D C _ • UNFURNISHED l-ROOM. KITCHENETTE, private bath apt Jan. 15 northwest sec* tion. Address Box 455-X Star office._!»* j YOU NO ARCHITECT WILL SHARtAPf! 1 or room with radio, downtown away Sun day* Address Box 415-X Star office. <»• j APA RT M EN T S^KIR N1 SHED i 1379 nth ST NW —1 ROOM KITCH* enette. running water, next bath, bright. clean: no children $7. _ 051 MARYLAND AVE. N.E.—DESIRABLE location: 2-rcom apt. first floor, on* 2 large room. 2nd floor Metropolitan lflfiu. SUBLET—2 ROOMS KITCHEN DINETTE, bath, in the Bra-vr.er inn Prince st Alex.. Va3_S(iO. Phone Alexandria 2375-W , ITth AND S STS N W —YOUNG LAD# i will share attractive 2-room k and b apt. ; with another at reasonable cost refer* ? ences. Telephone Potomac 0(V40-M._ FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED APART* ments and houses 927 15th st. n.w. , Room HOT. Phone National 87172 1519 M 8T. N W - APT .3 —2 ROOMS! kitchen semi-private bath: convenient lo* ration close to business district. Reason* able._ 4* 'j 3819 MILITARY RD N W —COZY WELL* furnished apt., 2 r.. b. and k phone, larg* l front porch: best Chevy Chase location. i. Phone Cleveland 0038 _ 9* ; DOWNTOWN 749 9th 6T_ N W—HEARi# ' of city and central location . 2 rooms, s kit. and bath, furnish gas. electricity lin* ens and maid service._ 5* 218 8th ST. SW. ACROSS SMITH- j soman Park)—First-floor apt., privat# P bath: everythin* furnlshed.__5* ^ tricity. cas Electrolux immediate po-ses- 5 sion Adults only North 33Q4-W. 5* i HANDSOMELY FURNISHED APT CON slsting living room bed room kitchen. bath._Phone Decatur 0172. iota R si. n w. j ONE AND TWO ROOMS K AND B GAS and electricity included; $30 to $50. 2510 l_4th_st. n.w._4* _ BED ROOM 'STUDIO COUCH'. DINET I £. kit. tiled bath: 2 adults; elec, range: rel : gas heat: S<J5 ner mo_ Georgia 2' 48. • FURNISHED 1-ROOM FOYER AND BATH apartment. Connecticut ave large mod- ; ern bldg . above Calvert St.; complete maid j and Ur.en service non-housekeeping: $0Ui :j a m i. Address Box 122-Z. Star ofSce 221 F ST. N W . APT 403—2 RMS. KIT^ ' bath: nicely furnished apt.: refrigeration on house current: *47.50. __ ft* 1-ROOM APARTMENT NEAR l«'h AND S: private bath, small kitchenette: ntrely lurmshed. $42.50. North 2104. Room 1015. 51 3~3UINTANA PL " N W —M ASTER BED room, kitchen, bath newly furnished: pn- * vate home: other conveniences, bus and street car aervice: reasonable. _ _ 1113 MASS AVE NW—TWO ROOMS.' kitchen SHO; also 1 room kitchen ana turn room next balb: latter available January 8. __• ' YOUNO LADY TO SHARE BEAUTIFULLY ii furnished apt. with another 1613 Har vard st.. Apt. 212. Embassy. Col. 2088. 1 _____6* MODERN 2-ROOM. KITCHEN AND BATH, corner apartment. comp:-tely f'irm«hecL The Clydesdale, 280] Adams Mill rd ONE-ROOM KITCHEN AND BATH apartment, reasonable. Apt. 204. 1458 Columbia rd.___ 23118 ASHMEAD PL. I LA MARQUIS! — j Lady of refinement wants mother lady to she re_ small art_or_rent rm North 88*0, 1305 KENYON ST. NW—STUDIO APTS. Front sleeping rooms with twin beds and double beds: next bat h._ UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE LIVING room, foyer, dinette. 2 bed rooms, k. and b : adults. Immediate nosaesston; n.w. Phone Columbia 802.1 BRIGHT. SUNNY: 2 ROOMS AND BATH". *30: 3 rooms and bath. *38: Frlsidalra. h.-w. heat, electricity and gas; private en trance._Phone Atlantic llol-w. 3805 BEECHER ST . GLOVER PARK—3 . rms.. kitchen, bath. Frisidalre. free phone; private home. Phone Emerson_3i>41 A APT , 2 ROOMS; ALSO APT . 3~ ROOMS'! . reasonable: good heat; elec, and gas fur nished. _2311_lst at Jl.w. _6* SUBLET 2 LARGE ROOMS. 2 FIRE* places. kitchen, bath, light, heat. Oriental rugs, antiques. Italian garden in rear: nog 9 disquieting paintings; $00. Phone Metro* : politan 0193._7-b eves_10* 3b M ST. N W — LARGE. SUNNY BA8E ment room, kitchenette, yard; no objection *• to children: $30;_ A* . CHEVY CHASE MD . 0208 WISCONSIN ave.—;t or a rooms, snower oam, nraw light, sa*^ hot water, telephone._5* TAKOMA PARK — NICELY ' TORN. BED room and kitchen, new Prigldalre. new Magic Chef ranee, semi-private baih: $35 month. Including heat. gas. linens, Frtg ldaire: close 14th »t. car end express bus. 6603 Eastrrn avt. Phone Shepherd 3406-R. Refined couple.__ THE AVONDALE 17:14 P ST N.W —TWO rooms, kitchen, bath, rrceptlon hall; $63. J. F. HUETEH phone Metropolitan 4707, i LADY WILL PHARE FURNISHED 1-Rm! kitchenette ept. with congenial lady; prica reasonable._Tel._Dlst. 0330. Ext. Poo. 5* 606 O ST. N.E.—l ROOM AND KTTCH enette with running water, gas. electricity; one block from 3 car lines,_ * _ TORN— APARTMENTS—UNTORN. ji Free Car and Guide Furnished. National 8206. Evenings. Atlantic 0158* _308 10th 8T. N.W. 11* _ 618 17th"8r. N.W. Opposite Transportation Bldg Bachelor apt of X room and batn; mala i and valet service THOMAS J. FISHER l CO INC _ 738 15th St. Ml. _District 6830. 62011 12th ST. N.W. — BEAUTIFULLY decorated, newly furnished 3-room apt.: private bath, c.h.w . garage: Oovt. couple preferred: *65 month. URCIOLO REAL-nr CO . MET 4041. , $30—FURNISHED. 256 9th it. n.e —One room, kitchen, ■eml-private bath: heat. elec.. iai Included. HOWEN8TTEIN BROS.. | 7th end H Sts. N E._ Lincoln 0897. THE BROADMOOR. Sublette beautifully furnished 3-room ept. for months of January and February: adults only; *150 per mo. Phone Cleveland 6900. Apt. 604._ Francis Scott Key, Apt. Hotel > 20th and Fata. n.w.—1 room. kit., batht completely furn.. linens silver. Frlgldwire; day. week. ma»th. National 5425.