Newspaper Page Text
DAILY SHORT STORY '
SILVER BELT BUCKLE By Vic Yardman. AFTER listening to Cy Vesta’s story of the hold up, Sheriff Jim Kotor got into his ramshackled, top 1ms car and drove out toward Temple Valley. Vesta had that the ban dit was masked, neatly dressed in a light gray suit and wore a silver belt buckle. “He wasn’t any one I’d seen before,” the banker stated. “He came In at noon when Brig was out to lunch, paused in the entry way, I suppose, to slip on his mask, then stuck a gun under my nose. He trussed Sheriff Kohr made no further comment. There were a multitude of thoughts run ning through his mind, among them the decision to have a talk with Jake Eldridge about this boy of his. It wasn’t good for a boy to hang around home, doing noth ing but read books. The bank had closed for the day when Sheriff Kohr and his companion reached town, but Cy Vesta admitted them through a side door. The banker looked sharply at. Clark. "This looks like dm up, helped himself from the cash drawer. I watched him remove the mask when he reached -the entry, unbutton his coat and slip his gun into his hip pocket, I must say he was pretty cool and matter-of-fact about it all.” It was the silver belt buckle that aet Sheriff Kohr to thinking. There was only one man living anywhere around Shapleigh who would wear a silver belt buckle. That was young Clark Eldrldge, Jake Eldridge's son. Jake owned the Triangle E and Clark had graduated from the State uni versity that spring and had come home to live, with a lot of high ideas in his head. Clark was sitting on the veranda reading a book when the sheriff drove up. "Your pa home, sonny?” "No one's home but me. Why?” ■An' you ain't got nothin’ to do but •ft around readln’ books, eh?" "If it’s any of your business, I’m reading up on law. Dad wants me to take a P. G. in law this fall.” "Whatever that is. Git your coat, you’re coming with me.” "What for?” "You’ll find out. Git your coat or m take hold of yuh.” ^LARK hesitated, then laid aside his book and rose. Sheriff Kohr noted with satisfaction that the boy was wearing a silver belt buckle. He thought what a fool the youngster’s pa was to let him lie around the house doing nothing. Clark went into the house and came cut again, wearing his coat. "Has anything happened to my dad?” he asked. Jim stared at him. Sight of the boy all dressed up gave him a new train of thought. "No,” he said, speaking less harshly, "your pa's all right, as fer as I know.” On the drive back to town, Kohr said: "The bank was robbed this noon. Cy Vesta's description of the man that done it fits you perfect.” "What? Why, I don't even know Cy Vesta. I never saw him in my life. Tom Hardy was in the bank when l went away.” "All the same, Cy described you pretty -perfect.” "Pshaw!” said Clark, more amused ' than alarmed, "you’re wasting your time with me, and mine, too.” the chap who held you up, Cy?” Sheriff Kohr asked. Vesta nodded without a moment’s hesitation. "That’s him. That’s the suit he was wearing. I’d recognize it anywhere.” r^LARK ELDRIDGE lighted a cigarette. "I suppose," he said, “you're Vesta, treasurer of the bank. And I suppose you’re also accusing me of robbing your bank.” He blew smoke through his nose. “Do you mind my telling you you’re crazy as a loon!” Vesta bristled. Sheriff Kohr said: "Hold on a minute, Cy. There’s one or two more questions I want to ask. In your description of the bandit you said he wore a silver belt buckle. That’s what made me suspicious of young Eldridge. He’s the only dandy around here who would wear a silver belt buckle. Clark, unbutton your coat and let's see what you hold up your pants with.” Clark started to protest, then changed his mind. He unbuttoned his coat, revealing the silver belt buckle. “That’s it!” Vesta exclaimed ex ultantly. "I’d know it anywhere.” "Humm,” said the sheriff. “That suit Clark's wearing is a double breasted affair. You couldn't see the buckle 'less his coat was unbuttoned.” Vesta looked blank. "Well, what about it?” “Nothin’, except that you explained to me how the bandit paused in the entry to slip off his mask. You also said he unbuttoned his coat and slipped his gun in his pants pocket. Now- if he unbuttoned his coat, he musta had it buttoned, and if he had it buttoned you couldn't o’ seen the belt buckle. Which leads me to think, Vesta, you’re a dirty liar and that you stole the money from your own bank and hatched up this story in volving an innocent kid. Do you Want to argue?” Clark accompanied Sheriff Kohr and his prisoner to the jail. After Vesta was locked up, the officer said: "Clark, I'm coming out to talk to your pa one of these days about you. A kid like you shouldn't be sittin’ around readin’ an’ nothin’ more. Folks is apt to try an’ make a sucker outter you.” Clark grinned. “Thanks, sheriff. But be careful my dad or some one else, like Vesta, doesn’t make a sucker out of you." (Copyright, 193S.) Nature’s Children Hop Plant Borer (Hydroecia immanis) By LILLIAN COX A THEY. OP PLANT grower* have been greatly perturbed over the action of certain moths which are invading the hop industry and diminishing the profits consider ably. During late years there has been more acreage planted to hops than aver. Hie moths as far back as 1879 exacted a toll from the growers each year that in New York State alone amounted to something like $600,000. You can imagine what their hop appe tite is costing the industry today. The moths are known in Ontario and New England as well as in the District of Columbia and as far west as Wiaocnain. They have been wres tied with In Colorado and Washington State. On the Pacific Coast the hop borers do not become such a serious problem. The first moths may be seen in May. They are exquisitely marked on their wings. The darker portion is a deep rose with brown tints shading to a much lighter hue toward the edges. There is some bronze in the upper wings and there are two dull yellow spots. You can see how perfectly the fore wings are separated into color boom by narrow, oblique, transverse lines. These lines are pink. The moths fly about seeking their mates, and later the female may be seen looking for hop vines upon which to deposit her roundish yellow-green eggs. These moths, like all their rela tives and other neighbors of insect persuasion, are almost Infallible as botanists. The moth finds her hop vine and crawls to the tip, where she anchors an egg, one to a bud. In a few days the egg releases a tiny, Blender green larva. It is spotted with Mack. Before you can say "Jack Rob inson” the youngster has burrowed Into the vine Just under the tip and hew it spends most of its youthful days. The vine, deprived of Its rightful nourishment, soon shows the sign of deprivation and the hop grower, com ing along, sees the condition of the pant. Instead of pointing skyward as all healthy hop vines do and embrac ing with strong arms the poles ready to elimb up, the vine looks earthward and soon cesses to grow. The hop vine Is now called a “muffle-head." When the lusty hop consumer is ball an Inch long it leaves the tip, drops quietly to the ground and, en tering the stem at the surface, begins a trek upward. The little scoundrel changes from a dainty green to a •oiled white with a reddish tinge and blade spots. When the larva is an Inch long it burrows downward toward IlM base aad Anally eats its way out A into the air. It is now known as the hop-grub. June finds the subterranean worker seeking a spot on the hop vine where the sap flows freely. Upon this it fat tens and by the middle of July the drinkers axe 2 inches long, too clumsy to move with ease and highly deco rated with brownish warts, each dis playing one sturdy hair. In rough, crude cells close to the roots upon which they have had their livelihood they transform by August or September into winged creatures. If they belong to a late brood they will remain in the earth until the fol lowing spring after the grower has planted another fine hop vineyard. All has seemed to be to the moth's enrichment, but Uncle Sam has other plans. The hop-vine borer cannot compete with scientists and their deadly concoctions. The reign of this expensive intruder is about to end. (Copyright, 1938.) Dartmouth Alumni to Dine. The Dartmouth College Alumni As sociation will hold Its annual dinner Monday at 7 p.m. at the Carlton Hotel. In addition to representatives from the college who will speak, the group will hear Roswell Foster Magill. Undersec retary of the Treasury, who graduated from the institution in 1916. FOUND. DOG, looks like fox terrier, femtle. tan sP°t on back, white body. Phone Wisconein 6B8S._ Of MONEY. In vicinity of 15th and V streets. Phone only between 6 and 7 p.m. Decatur 1940-R. _LOST. BLACK SUEDE HANDBAG, Tuesday, March 2!), vicinity Maywood, Arlington, Va. Con taming money, rosary, oxford glasses. Re ward. Call National 7730 before 6 p.m. * BRIEF CASE, containing glasses, papers etc. Reward. Cleveland 2870._ COCKER SPANIEL, brown, male, name •Muffin.” Monday, from 3510 Rodman st. n.w. Reward. Clev. 7494 or Dist. 7777, Branch 142.__’ COCKER SPANIEL, buff. 7 months old: name ‘■Sylvia.” 20th. Perry at. n.e. Re ward. North 4329-W._ DOG. Pekingese, fawn with black face. Tuesday, vicinity Edgemoor and Bethesda. Reward. Wls. 5339. __ FUR SCARF, lost Monday at the Cathe dral. Liberal reward. Adams 0700. OOLD SPECTACLES, between Washington Lee High School and 3222 Pershing dr., Arlington. Reward. Carolyn Smith. Wal nut 9348.___ J£*T. between Washington Hotel and Trans-Lux Theater, watch crystal and rim set with diamonds; reward. Mrs. Ketcham. Washington Hotel.* _ OBLONG FILIGREE PLATINUM PIN, set with tiny diamonds. Lost Saturday eve ning. March 26. Liberal reward if returned to 1521 16th st. n.w. North 4973. 2* . POCKETBOOK. large tan leather, contain ing keys. etc.. Wednesday between 2701 and 2807 Conn. ave. . Reward. Adams 0188. PURSE, brown. Wednesday. F between lftth st. and Jelleff's. Call Clev. 5.319._Reward. REWARD. $20; return Malco medical in struments; expires March 31. Leave Hotel Strat'ord and collect.31* RING, sapphire-diamond. Standard Oil station between Fredericksburg-Alexandrla. Liberal reward. Walnut 7700, Apt. 106. UMBRELLA! black and white, on bus marked 8th and Pa. ave.. Tuesday eve.; belonged to deceased mother. Lin. 4334-J. after 6. Reward. WATCH FOB. small gold, set with stones. Reward. 611 Investment Bldg. Phone National 0927. i CLASSIFIED AD. RATES Local Advertisers Effective April 1, 1938 Three Lines (Minimum). 1 time. 23c line_$ .69 2 times, 2lc line_.... 1.26 3 times, 20c line.. 1.80 7 times, 19c line (consecutively) 3.99 Additional space pro rata. Transient advertisen.euu> c...... Claims for error must be made in time for correction before the second insertion. Situations Wanted Reduced Rate 3 lines 1 time, 20c line_$ .60 3 lines 2 times, 18c line_1.08 3 lines 3 times, 15c line_1.35 DEATH NOTICES-$1.25 per inser tion for 10 lines or less, 15c per line for additional lines. SPECIAL NOTICES. FALSE TEETH REPAIRS WHILE YOU wait. Emergency Laboratory. Room 601. Wextory Bldg,. 14th and F, Met. 1833. FULL DRESS SUITS AND TUXEDOS FOR hire, latest styles: $1.75 up. Ace Clothing Co., 8'F7 7th st. n.w Nath 6274. PLANNING A DANCE. SMOKER. OYSTER roast or large party soon? GRIFFITH FARMS on the Marlboro pike. 3 miles from District line, oilers complete and unique facilities for functions of all kinds. Phone “KRAMER." Republic 1150. WILL ANY ONE WHO WITNESSED Ac cident when lady was knocked down at Dupont Circle Friday evening. around ?::io P m . please communicate. JOHN J. RYAN, 151J_l?ih st. n.w. DeCatur 5118. 2* ON APRIL 1st WE WILL SELL AT EICH berg s. Auctioneers. Kill] R st. n.w., one 1020 Ford Tudor, motor No. AH44781: one 1932 Auburn, motor No GU68592. serial No. 8-100-2019: one 19.31 Graham coupe, motor No. 87 1852. serial No. 866665. Northwest Garage. 1219 13th st. n.w. I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY debts contracted by any one other than myself. WILLIAM A. WHITE, 638 L st. ne_ THE BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY FOR THE District of Columbia will hold an examina tion for those wishing to obtain certificates to practice in the District of Columbia as certified public accountants on Thursday and Friday. May 12th and 13th 1938 in the Franklin Administration Building. Ap plications must be made on forms provided by the board, and filed before April 3n 1938. with C. VAUGHAN DARBY secre tary. 1010 Vermont ave. n.w.. Washington. D C. _HELP MEN._ AUTOMOBILE MEN. opening new down town Plymouth sales agency. Nerd 3 good men. Experienced, etc. Apply 1 to 3 p m. 04 1 Water st. s.w, _ CHEF white, lst-class. for restaurant. 5015 Oa. ave. Do not phone._ CLERK, experienced, for dry cleaning establishment; references. Apply 2310 4th st.n.e.__ COLLECTOR must be experienced, have car and be producer. Salary commensurate with results. Box BS-R. St ar_ DENTAL MECHANIC (gentile), experienced in rubber work; excellent opportunity in high-class laboratory. State age and ex perience. Box 24T-R. Star._ GROCERY CLERK, white, must be good worker.experienced._122s N st. n.w. INSURANCE MEN with a debit—Have a good proposition lor you. a good income if yon can spare 4 hours weekly. Phone District dlSil. MAN. with car. wanted at once. See Mr. Amos. 714 13th st. n.w.. between S and 0 am .^Friday only._ MAN about 35 or 4u years of age by real estate office doing a general business, in cluding a fairly large rental business. Man desired is one capable of determining neces sary repair work or Improvements to rental property: to obtain estimates when advis able: check up ihe work done and for gen eral real estate office work in all Its branches. State references and experience in real estate business. Box ljfl-E. Star • MAN (white). carpentering, painting and maintenance, for jobbing shop. State age. salary and full parttcu.ars. Box 133-E. Star_•_ MAN—Unusual opportunity lor salesman with ability and initiative. Apply between 10 and 12 only. Friday. References re quired. 1007 Oth st,_n w.__ MAN. young, experienced groceries and meats: must have driver's permit. 17.30 Trinidad ave. n.e.. lytween 7 and_S_pm. MAN. with own car. ride children to ar.d from school. Box 463-R- Star. MECHANIC, first-class, for private fleet of trucks. Apply by letter, giving reier ences. salary nad hours. Telephone and personal calls will receive no consideration. W, Eugene Pyles. Upper Marlboro. Md._ MEN WANTED. Old established firm of credit jewelers will employ salesmen for sales promotion: nationally advertised mer chandise on the easy-payment plan, large earnings to men who can qualify: only men with local references will be considered. Eli Rubm Co.. 71S 7th st. n.w MEN can use 4 or 5 live, wide-awake advertising salesmen: experience unneces sary. Good commission, plus bonus. Loads 'urnlshed. Apply 10 to 3 Friday. 1067 Wisconsin ave. n.wu___ PORTER colored, for drug store. Must have references. 1B2P K st. n.w_ PRESSER colored, experienced, CailShep herd 3.869. 222 Carroll ave.. Takoma Park. Md._ SALESMAN to sell elevator repairs and maintenance work. Box 24R-R. Star SALESMAN to sell shares in local indiis^ trial bank; excellent opportunity to join successful organization: large earnings. Apply 344 Washington Bldg._ SALESMEN to sell Atlas tires on new, no money-down budget plan. Apply in person, Gard's Esso Station, isth and T sts. n.w. SALESMEN (2); experience in our busi ness not necessary: we will train you to sell successfully: drawing account and car furnished to the type of men we require. See Mr. Pettit. Steuart Motors. 1401 R. I. ave. n.e._ SALESMEN on water front developmental! South River Saturday afternoons and Sun days. Liberal commission. Apply Zant zinger Co. 945 K st. n.w , Saturday, be tween 1 and 2._ SALESMEN. 25-45. are you aggressive? Can you sell? Can you contact business and professional men? Are you capable oi quick training'’ Are you interested in a new Held that has unlimited possibilities and no competition? If so. call Republic 0945 for appointment. _ ___ SALESMEN to sell grocery-restaurant food products. Prefer one with car. for Wash ington and vicinity._Box 411 -R Star_ SALESMEN experienced, who want to make money and who are not afraid to work, selling new and used cars. Apply to Mr. Lewis, at Fred Motor Co.. 4100 Georgia ave. Plymouth-Dodge dealers._ SHOE MEN. 8. experienced. Apply Shoe Mart, 728 7th st. n.w. SOLICITOR-ROUTE MAN. experienced, for dry cleaning establishment; references. Apply 435 R at. n.w,__ YOUNG MAN for special route w-ork in Arlington County; sales experience help ful. but not necessary Box 250-R. Star_ YOUNG MAN. alert, ambitious, as clerk in dry goods business. State age. former ex perience. if any, and other particulars. Box 3B.3-R. 8tar.____ YOUNG MAN to work in storage garage nights. Must be expert driver and car washer. References required. Apply from i to 4. Vermont Oarage, 1022 Vermont court n.w. • 3 OPENINGS) lor capable closers: car nec essary and malting SSo a week up: Phone for appt. Atlantic 3101._ IF APPEARANCE, education and ability fit you to close the highest type of leads; if you have a car; if you are willing to work hard: if you want to make at least $75 week: then an internationally known publishing firm, whose products are stand ard in Government offices, libraries col leges and schools, offers an unusual op portunity. Give references and full par tlculars In flrst letter. Box 4O0-R, Star. WANTED—Young patent attorney by large Western corporation; must have pre legal course, majoring In chemistry, and at least four years active practice in pat ent. trademark and copyright causes. Box 459-Q. Star.1« WANTED—Young colored man, valet and general utility around private home. Must do some driving. Not afraid of work and long hours. One who will consider room, board and about $70 month a good salary. Box 70-R, Star.__ WHY BE UNEMPLOYED or only holding down a mediocre Job when you could be making $50 or more a week? Simply write, giving past experience in full, and an inter view will be arranged. A wonderful oppor tunity to succeed with a well-known local firm whose background shows more than three-quarters of a century of continuous service. Box 328-Q. Star._ LAUNDRY ROUTE SALESMAN-DRIVER WITH EXPERIENCE AND WITH LIGHT CAR OR TRUCK. WE WILL GIVE YOU A SALARY AND COMMISSION AFTER YOU QUALIFY. OR A STRAIGHT COMMIS SION. MANY OF OUR MEN AVERAGE FROM $45 TO OVER $100 PER WEEK. PHONE GREENWOOD 1100. BETWEEN 8;30 AND 10 A.M. ONE OF THE BEST DEALS IN TOWN. DRAWING ACCOUNT. IF YOU HAVE HAD EXPERIENCE IN SILLING REAL ESTATE CEMETERY LOTS OR INSURANCE AND YOUR SUC CESS HAS NOT BEEN SATISFACTORY THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY. APPLY 314 BOND BLDO., MR. DAVIS. ATTENTION. We nave a few openings for neat, ambi tious men. at least SI, with D. C. driver’s permit: salary. $17.50 week, plus bonus and commission. Willing workers can earn $30 to $40 wk.: absolutely no selling. Apply bet. 9 and 11 a.m.. 1260 22nd st. n.w. PRESSERS. Machine, for both men’s and women’s garments. A-l workmen only. Steady work. Good pay._1534 Pa. ave. s.e. SALESMEN. Unusual opportunity, opening to book and magsslne salesmen; new premium deal: new magazine deal; pay unusually high, commissions and bonus; also opening for 2 crew maniger*. If you are wiling or have sold. Investigate. Apply Room 708, Uti a at. n.v. } HELP MEN. (Continued.) __ ___ - Two reliable men for special aaleawork, excellent opportunity, with future. Box *248-R Star. UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY. An unusual opportunity is offered for a career with permanence and a steady Income by a national organization. If you are between (he ages of 25 and 35 and have been a resident of Washington for In years or more phone for application form. Interview only after application Is filed. Confidential Phone National 9783 WOODWARD & LOTHROP DESIRES THE SERVICES OF AN EXPERIENCED WOOL PRESSER. APPLY EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 9th FLOOR. FURNITURE SALESMAN", 'experienced, large install ment house; state qualifica tions, age and telephone number; wonderful proposi tion to the one qualifying. Box 465-R, Star. __SALESMEN. _ CAN USE tour or five live, awake spe cialty salesmen with janitor supply ex gerlence. Nationally known product now elng advertised on local radio station. Leads furnished. Box 176-E. Star. 31 * SALESMAN wanted for construction com pany. Mr. Beltz. Republic 0343._ USED-CAR SALESMAN, highest commission paid; floor periods. Must be sober and ex perienced mail. See Mr. Speer. Wallace Mpior Co.. 1520 14th st. n.w. CEMETERY LOT " SALESMEN. Experienced leaders and traders on a deal that has hundreds of lot accounts never before contacted. If you have a clean record and can really produce results we have the opportunity of your lifetime. Must he able to leave Washington and to finance yourself. Your replies will be held strictly confidential. Address Box 1T4-E. Star, and give phone number it possible. 31* DUE TO INCREASED BUSINESS WE CAN USE TWO MEN OF CHARACTER AND NEAT APPEARANCE AS SALESMEN EX PERIENCE UNNECESSARY AS WE TRAIN YOU. COMMISSION AND DRAWING ACCOUNT. ASK FOR MR MeDONNELL. WASHINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY ■OPP CEDAR HILL' SUITLAND RD.. MARYLAND SPRUCE (>2K4 _ Unlimited Possibilities. Wp need two good men who are not afram of hard work, are ambitious, want to earn big commissions from their efforts selling the outstanding product of its kind on the market to butchers, grocers, deli catessen. etc Write airmail, giving age. references, sales experience. Direct fac'orv , connection. Must have car. P. o. Box 1540. San Antonio. Tex. WANTED. SALESMEN. We have an opening for two experienced automobile salesmen. We are interested only in men who are sober and consistent workers, who have a good reputation Rnd a record for producing in Washington. S»**> or call Mr. Randall. Potomac boon. H B Leary. Jr.. A- Bros,. 1612 You st. n.w. SALESWOMEN. SALESWOMEN 3. clever persuasive ag gressive. lor difficult but extra profitable contact, promotional work. Box 183-E Star. 3i* __EMPLOYMENT SERVICES. _ BUSINESS. STENOGRAPHER. Male, telephone apt. clerk, ocean line office. Good voice, exp. meeting public and using telephone. Excel, opportunity. Advance ment. See Mr Byrd. AITTO Ignition mechanic, male, for super service station, under 30. Have necessary tools. Exp only. Will be bonded. Good salary. Permanent p YD Female, full charge, age 25 to 35. x^xvxv. Gfnt’.lr. Public accountant's office. Salary start, 825. See Miss Knight. PERSONNEL SERVICE, 1311 G St. N W. DOMESTIC _ _ NAT L CAPITAL BUREAU. Dec. 5:80. fur nisher domestic, hotel help: references. 31* RELIABLE AGENCY. Dec. 5501. 14 02 1 lth. has rooks, waitresses chambermaids nurses, g.h.w., part-time, day workers, housemen. ____ 1 • DOMESTIC AGENCY. 1025 »th. furnishes help work, cooks, men. women g.h.w., porters, housemen, drivers. Dec. 2421. INSTRUCTION COURSES. GREGG SHORTHAND by business college teacher: individual instruction; beginners, advanced students^ Walnut 81B9-W. TELEPHONE (P. B. X.) instruction on active boara: short course; start today. Personnel SERVICE 1311 G. Natl. 2114. AUTO DRIVING—Safe future driving de pends on your instructor. My free trial protects you. Call Emerson 4862 any time. GREGG" SHORTHAND" by exp. teacher. Beginners, review; speed dictation. Private lessons. Moderate rates. North 3418-J. 6* LEARN BEAUTY CULTURE. MABELLE HONOUR. 21 Years of Successful Beauty Training. 134ft New York Av<\ _ Met. 77:8. DIESEL. Mass production of Diesels has beg\in. Prepare yourself for profitable employment in this new giant industry. Get the latest fac?s regarding the opportunities in Diesel. Call or write for illustrated booklet. WASHINGTON DIESEL SCHOOL 33 New York Ave- NT Met. P076. _Open Until P P.M. Daily._ HELP WOMEN. ALTERATION EXPERT lor ladies' tailor ing department; also able to work as part time stenographer. Phone for appoint ment. Thursday after 4 p.m. only. Mr. Moileson. Nath 9220._ BEAUTY OPERATOR, colored, experienced marceller only. Corner of 3rd and Sue sts. n.tv._ GIRL, young, to do stenographic work and operate P. B. X. switchboard. Give age. experience and salary to start. Box 450 R. Star____ GIRL, white IS to 25. for sandwich »hop. Little experience necessary. 404 9th st. n.w. __ GIRL, to work in laundry: ability to intel ligently talk on telephone a requirement: stenographic experience desirable: salary $15 per week to start._Box_412-R. Star. LADIES. 2. young, attractive, to demon strate cookies for Friday and Saturday. Apply 845 Bladensburg rd. n.c._ MANAGER in women's and children's wear: experience neaessary: good salary. Apply Blechman s Dept. Store. TOO H st. n. e_ SALESLADIES. thoroughly experienced, coats, suits and dresses. Bernard's, 1010 F st. n.w.__ SALESLADIES—Please do not apply unless thoroughly experienced in selling dresses and millinery only. Steady position. Rood pay. Also part time. Lucky Strike Dress Shop. 1212 G st. n.w._ SALESWOMEN on water front development on South River Saturday afternoons and Sundays Liberal commission. Apply ZANTZINOER CO.. 945 K st. n.w . Satur day._between l_and/2._ WAITRESSES, experienced. Brown Derby, 3333-A Conn, ave.___ WOMAN, settled, evening hours. 5 days week. References required. Phone Decatur 4H32-W._ WOMAN, who has had several years' expe rience on cafeteria counter work, who would be able to fill position of assistant supervisor for small cafeteria and coflee shop. Experience In salad, sandwich and food preparation necessary. Under 35 years of age. Steady position, no Sunday work. Apply Taily-Ho Tea Shoppe, RIO l~th st. n.w„ 3 to 5 p.m. _ WOMEN,—We want 10 women to promote our phenomenal Easter sale. Dresses, hosiery, lingerie, white goods: steady work, part or full time. Excellent percentage. Miss Gaither. 715 9th st. n.w._ WOMAN of personality and initiative wanted to receive special training as beauty con sultant. Opportunity of promotion to managership. Excellent earnings on per centage basis while training. DERMETICS CO., 505 Wash'ton Bldg.. 15th & N. Y, Ave. n.w. HELP DOMESTIC. GIRL. colored, cook and general housework; live In; only experienced girls need apply. Apply place of business. 1226 G st. n.w. 31* GIRL, colored, general housework, care of two children, stay nights; $6 wk. 2811 Stanton rd. s.e. Lincoln 10275.___ GIRL for general housework experienced with child; stay 3 nights; $7 week; city references. Cleveland 6340._ GIRL, white, for general housekeeping and cooking; no children. Apply after 6;30 p.m. Columbia 8582. 1725 Park rd. n.w. HOUSEKEEPER, neat, capable, good cook, general housework; stay nights; nearby Virginia. Apply 101P Conn, ave._ HOUSEKEEPER, white, middle-aged, to take care of rooming house in exchange for quarters; suitable for lady, widow pre ferred. Call after 10 a.m.> 1234 Mass. ave. n.w WHITE LADY, infant care and house work. stay nights; $30 per month. Apply in person, 2521 North 18th. Arlington, Va. WOMAN, white, for general housework, laundry; sleep In; references required; $35 month. Wisconsin 3137._ WOMAN, white, experienced in care of baby and general housework; small apt.; stay nights. Atlantic 3450-W. WOMAN, white, 30-45. general housework, live In. $4(1 mo. West 0057-J. WOMAN, general housework, laundry, help care for child: cheerful, healthy; must have references and want to live in: $30 month. Emerson 0773. 4832 Brandywine st. n.w. WOMAN, colored, good cook and general houseworker. with knowledge of washing and ironing machines; permanent position to reliable party: references required; no Sunday work; $30 per month. Phone Co lumbia 5588 for appointment.* YOUNG WOMAN, white, experienced with children and l/h.k.; live in; refs.. $25 month. Call a/ter 6 p.m. Lincoln 6573-W. I _SITUATIONS MEN. ACCOUNTANT, expert; books started au dited, kept part time, statements: prompt; local refs.; very reasonable. Adams 9796. BOOKKEEPER, exper. keep any system, seed 30 one yr. college: can supervise offlce^_salary open. Phone Atlantic 0869. BOOKKEEPER-TYPIST-STENOGRAPHER aged 22, complete double entry: willing. capable, earnest; $15 wk. Hyattsville 779-J. BOOKKEEPER-ACCOUNTANT, university graduate, seven years' banking and com mercial experience; single, 2.4: full or part time. day or night work. Adams 10171, Apt. 422. CHEF-COOK. Filipino, restaurant pre ferred: city or out. District 6718.•_ MAN. colored, wants a lob as lanltor: 10 years' experience. Wm. Wade. 2707 P st. n.w.i» MAN. colored. 26. free to travel, wants lob as chauffeur, truck or trailer driver. North 7655. YOUNO MAN, capable, with'car! 2 years’ experience as drug clerk and llQUor gales man. Met. 9067. _l» SITUATIONS WOM1N. BABY'S NURSE, “new born" preferred; 18 years' experience: excellent city reference. Call Decatur 2862-R.__« GIRL wants work In cafeteria; experienced-. Call Greenwood 3687-J, ask for Rebecca Dante.__ • NURSE, experienced, will take care of invalid, elderly or motherless home. Dis trict 5699. • TRAVELING COMPANION, active, young widow: much traveled; has been In offl clal life. Box 240-R. Star.__ WHITE GIRL desires position as company Ion to elderly lady or nursemaid. Box 1 54-E. Star._1« WOMAN, young, intelligent, high school and one year college, desires position in a physician's office. preferably pathologist; knowledge of typing and medical short hand; 2‘j years' experience In hospital work. Box 162-E, Star. 1* SITUATIONS DOMESTIC. CLEANING OR LAUNDRY, day or week; mairled; reference._ District_8477._• COOK, experienced, wants work In private family; stay or go home nights; city refer ences Decatuj^5319.____• GIRL”lolored. reliable, neat, wants r.h.»j full or part time; references. Potomac 0511._____1 • GIRL, colored, wants part or full time work; reference. North 6563-W._•_ GIRL, reliable, colored, wants 3 days' work 7 to 1 p m.; $3.00 and car fare. Decatur 1450. Apt. 70H. Friday, it to 6. GIRL, light colored, chambermaid or light g.h.w._Adams_50K3. _ __ GIRL, colored, wishes Job as first-class maid: aood reference, no Sunday. North 535II-W.____ GIRL colored wants general housework, stay nights, or part time: reference. 1104 5th st. n w. District 8234._ GIRL, colored, wishes day's work or pan time._Decatur 5478._ GIRL, colored, from country, wants Job as nurse or mother's helper, stay nights. Nort:h 1)800,_ GIRL colored- wishes general housework, full or part time, or day s work, refer ence._Decatur 4459-J._ GIRL, colored, wants day s work of any kind experienced. Potomac 037T-R._ GIRL, colored, wants day's work or part time job In evening, good reference. Phone District 7521. GIRL, for cooking or general housework; stay rights if wanted: 3'j years' experi ence: jreferences. Phone North 4836. MAID, experienced: sleep out: excellent references: only first-class position consid ered Dupont 4395._ WOMAN colored, neat, desires housework. full_ or part time: ref. Pot. 4139-J._ WOMAN, colored settled, wants place, plain cookinR or maid, reliable; reference. Phone Atlantic 8467. PERSONAL FALSE TEETH REPAIR8 WHILE YOU wait. Emergency Laboratory. Room 601. We.xtory Bldg^. 14th and F. Met. 1833 HEMORRHOIDS ERADICATED BY MY own method. Results effective for a life time or money back. Write lor booklet. No drugs or surgery DR SOMMERWERCK 1365 Columbia jrd^ Adama 0388. _ FALSE TEETH MADE AND REPAIRED quickly. reasonably DR JOHNSON, dentist. Rm. 1007. 027 15th. Met. 2844. _______ 1* A CHARM1NO PERSONALITY CAN BE developed; private instruction, personality poise, public speaking. English, all social and cultural subjects. MIS8 ROSALYN RANDLE 2400 16th n.w. Tel. Dupont 16T». COl. 4782-W. 2*_ CHILDREN CARED FOR. DAY OR WEEK'; close to schools: large yard, reasonable rales. MRS. MACDONALD. 1620 Que at. n.w. _____ PIANO LESSONS FOR ADULTS AND children by conservatory graduate. Call West 1600.__ SPECIAL REDUCING—6 TREATM T8, $5: removes fat in spots: results assured: diet: baths Appt.. Na11. 8134. 1030 K st. n.w, 2* PRIVATE BALLROOM DANCING LES sons by lady: 7 lessons. $5; single. SI. 1315 Irving st. n.w, Columbia 10382._ WHEN DEATH STRIKES A FAMILY there is no need to feel that they must accept inferior funeral services due to In ability to pay a higher price. The Oreater W. W Chambers Co offers a complete funeral cars and all for as little as 575. World finest waterproof airtight guaran teed steel burial vault may be had from Chambers for $85 In case of death call the Greater W. WT. Chambers Co.. 14th st.. corner Chapin n.w.. Columbia 0432. Phone or write our address We wtU send you a beautiful catalogue of how we do It. 1400 Chapin st. n.w. phone Columbia 0432. 517 11th st. sc.. phone Atlantic 6700._ HILL SCHOOL OF DANCE. MONEY-BACK GUARANTEED COURSE. 4326 Georgia Ave. N.W. Adams 4566. MOTOR TRAVEL. COMFORTABLE. NEW 8-CYLINDER P6N t'.ar Expert driver; long or short trips; reasonable. Box 170-E. Star._31 • WANT THREE PASSENGERS TO DALLAS. Tex . or Houston. Tex.; leaving Thursday morning._Box 329-Q. Star._31* CLEVELAND—LEAVE FRI. OR SAT.. 1 or 2 passengers; references exchanged. Cleveland 1451.___•_ TO CHICAGO. 8UNDAY. NEW DE SOTO. Take 2. reasonable. Phone Emerson 4702. after 7 pm • LADY. DRIVING TO BOSTON SOON, would like passenger; Chevrolet coupe, $5. North 1420, Apt. 124.__ DRIVING MIAMI ON SUNDAY. TAKE two. share expenses. Potomac 2P64. CAMERA REPAIRS. CAMERA REPAIRING. FULLER & d ALBERT. INC.. SI 5 10th St. N.W. Phone National 4712. HOME IMPROVEMENT COMPANIES. BUILDER WILL FINANCE and "build your house on your lot at a small profit or re model. I also prepare plans References exchanged. Call Shepherd 1682 after 6 p.m._ FEDERAL HOUSING RATES. Payments as low as $5 monthly; nothing down; up to 5 years to pay Estimates free. Work guaranteed. First payments In May. PAINTING HEATING PAPERING PLUMBING PLASTERING ROOFING CARPENTRY OIL BURNERS PORCHES. ETC. REMODELING ROYAL CONTRACTING CO., Graduate Engineers. 907 16th St. N.W. National 3803, Nite and Sun. Adams 8529. KITCHEN REMODELING. WOOD AND METAL CABINETS. SINKS. RANGES. REFRIGERATORS. SEE OUR DISPLAY KITCHENS. KITCHEN EQUIPMENT CO. 1612 K 8t, N.W._Met. 1562. ROOFS, ASBESTOS AND SLAG. New Type. 20-Yr. Guarantee. Built-up Roofs. Bird k Hons’ famous roof materials exclusively. Pure white or gray waterproof asbestos siding. Basements waterproofed. Brick walls dampproofed. F. H. A. 3-yr. payment plan. No down payment. Phone or write for full estimate. AMERICAN RE-ROOFING CO.. INC.. 3313 14th St. N.W.Col. 4551. MODERNIZE AND RENO VATE YOUR HOME on FEDERAL HOUSING PLAN. We Renovate Basement to Roof. NO CASH DOWN. SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS. FREE ESTIMATES. Deal With a Reliable rirm. We Finance Where Others Don't. Federal Contracting Co., 913 New York Ave. N.W. Natl. 7416. Night. Randolph 0033. !♦ REPAIRS & SERVICE. BEDDING. MATTRESSES, box springs and pillows reno.: best prices and prompt del. Wash, Mattress co., 819 L st. s.w. Nat. 6879. CARPENTER. Independent, reliable: repair work, screens, porches, fences, steps, garages, bookshelves, sash cords, locks, floors. North 8987. CARPENTERING painting, sash cords, glazing, locks, every repair about the nouse: free estimates: small Jobs solicited. The R. W. Neely Co.. Columbia 8838. 2* Electrical Fixtures, SSPSSd’SE finishing of metal goods. Ross As Well*. 915 12th n.w. District 6848, _ ELECTRIC WIRING, pairs. B-r. house fixtures Ac base plugs, SBO. Regal Elec, Co.. 849 Upshur n.w. Col. 8391. FLOOR WORK, sanding and finishing; work guaranteed. C. C. Deaton. 003 Long fellow. Geo. 6851 days, Geo. 8459 nights. FLOOR WORK, expert: old floors made like new: prices reasonable. W. C. Deaton. 4227 8th st. n.w. Col. 7663,_ FLOORS sanded, finished: painting, paper ing. Reasonable. Free estimates. J. T. Ford, Greenwood 1334._3» GEO. T. LANGHORNE, Jr., Cleveland 0B21. Wisconsin 8606. Repairing—Remodeling—Porch In closures. Kitchen Cabinets. PAPERHANOINO AND PAINTING. Will ¥aper room for $5 and up. I satisfy. J. N. olton. Lincoln 8028-J.1» ~ PAINT INf}—DECORATING. . Painting interior, exterior; purs lead and oil used on exterior. Do my own work. Estimates, call after 6 except Sunday. Burchfield. EendolBh ASM. 4 REPAIRS flr SERVICE. (Continued.) PAINTING. PAPERINO, FLOOR SANblNG. As Near as Tour Phone. _ Dutch Boy Decorators. 6140 Pulton St. N.W. _Phone Emerson 1067.__ PAINTING—General repairing and remod eling Have your spring Improvements done thoroughly by reliable and efflcient trades men. We have years of satisfactory service to the public, which are our recommenda tions. Call "Russell." Walnut 7143. 6131 Columbia pike. Arlington. Va._31*_ PAINTINO AND PAPERING—Work guar anteed. Free estimates. Special prices dur lng March. Lincoln 6996. WaIter C. Posey. PAPERING—Responsible mechanic; rea sonable; estimates. Oreenwood 1652-J, any time. 3119 Parry at., Mt. Rainier. Md. PAPER HANGING, g and reflnlsblng, $4 room up. Work guar anteed. Wm. Fields, Oeorgia 3430. PAPER HANGING this week only. *6.50 per room; 1938 washable, sunfast papers; work guaranteed. Adams 1691. PLASTERING and cement work; no Job too small or too far. Wm. Thomas. District 4670. 707 M st. n.w._31* PLA8TERING stucco, cement, chimneys, painting waterproofllng basements, damp roofa- After 6. Mlnnlck. Lin 4095-J.__3) • SLIP COVERS, tailor made, low aa *12.95, C-plece set. Upholstering, low prices "Standard." 913 7th n.w. Met. 6282. • BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. LUNCH 419 7th at. s.w.. 4 rooms-bath; rent. S40; splendid business: will sacrifice: asking $350; your offer. Inspect today; no agents.__• ROOMING HOUSE and second-hand~store business: fully stocked and furnished: owner leaving city account of health, will sacrifice. Owner. 432 H st. n.w. 31* LARGE ROOMINO HOUSE .CfiToomX^TS baths; Income, S650; close In. Box 209-E. ROOMINO-BOARDINO HOUSE (best resl d^r\?la.1.,ectlonl—A large center-hall house with 11 rooms, 2 large tile baths: nice rear and front yards: good rugs; excellent beds. The most completely furnished house we know. Rent. *85.00. Only $800. Rea sonable terms. R. M. De Sharp. 1123 14tlL_ Natl. 5520. * SAFEST CAR ON EARTH—Brake.' clutch and throttle all controlled with a single foolproof pedal, and with power: patented Will save more than half of the present automobile accidents Want help to mar ket. Phone Dlst. 7359 for demonstration. _ 31* PLACER GOLD MINING. In northrn Cali fornia. Por Information. Dhone District ___31* 1117 15 th ST. N.W—Storeroom. per llcularly adaptable for D. G. 8 ; $175 per mo. Natl. 2345. _____ APT., ROOMING HOUSE. Dupont Circle; 11 rooms 3 baths: completely rented; $800. $400 down payment Income $250. By owner._Box 353-A. Star._3•_ GROCERY, «9 N at. s.w.: 4 rooms, bath: rent. $20; corner: old stand: sacrifice for $250. Inspact today. No agents._•_ BEAUTY 8ALON— Completely equipped; owner leaving city, will sacrifice for quick cash sale. 331 1st st. n.e. • ROOMING HOUSE (near O. W. Univer sity): 10 rooms, good furniture and excel lent income. Must sacrifice; $70o. terms. ROOMING HOUSE (Clifton at 14th). A very desirable and profitable place: 12 rooms, two baths: garage: Frigldaire: $950. R. M. De Shago. 1123 14th._ Natl. 5530._* BAKERY AND ICE CREAM business, good trade, living quarters: rent. $40.00: illness cause for sacrifice. 2820 Columbia pike, Arlington. Va. • INTERESTED in buying liquor store. Box 364-R. Star_ CLEANING AND TAILORING SHOP. Hoff man pressing machine, sewing machine; $375. 701 Webster st. n.w, after 7 pm. CAFETERIA, located corner 19th and E sts. n.w.. opposite Interior Department: rent. $35: high-class patronage. Must be sold account Illness of owner. Price $575. Call weekdays. 9 to 11:30 a m.. 1 to 3:30 p_m__ ROOMING HOUBE.~R. 1. aveTwaiklng dis tance; 19 rms . 3*2 baths; rent. $125; in come. $340: always filled; lease; $2.8511. terms. Mr. Fletcher.t 1008 H st. Mej._4813. LARGE ROOM on main street for furniture store, also store for clothes cleaner Ar thur Carr. Real Estate. Hyattsvllle. Md. INTERESTED in buying liquor store. Box 73-R Star _ PROFITABLE BOARDING AND ROOMING! 35 rooms: close in: at bargain, leaving city. Box 156-W. Star. __ GAS STATION, n.w. corner, fully equipped and operating: gross receipts last vear ap proximately $35.(100. Reasonable rent. Sale price. $6,500. No information over nhone. Francis A. Blundon Co.. 605 H st. n1w_ RESTAURANT next to theater; does $460 weekly, rent. $63: long lease: beer: seats 99. same owner 8 yrs.: illness, sacrifice. $4.500: easy terms. Capital Adjusting & Finance Co. loo* H st. _Met. 4813 KENSINGTON. MD.. corner Howard and Fawcett ave. For lease, center of business district. 350-ft. frontage. Will build to suit tenant. Good location for gas station, drive-in market, theater, bus terminal and any other kind of business. Owner, A D. Fawcett. 493 Kenoak dr.. Pomona. Calif. ROOMING HOUSE (Vermont and Thomas Circle': 12 large rooms, nicely furnished: $245 monthly Income Only $1,100: terms R. M. De 8ha«o, 1123 14th. Natl. 5520.J TOR SALE—Country produce and meat market. Reasonable. 3904 Lee highway. Cherrydale. Va. _ 2» SERVICE STATION advantageously lo cated and doing excellent business. Fitted with most up-to-date equipment for com plete auto service. • Owner must sell to devote time to other intereats. Apply at station. 1719 Vermont ave. n.w. Phone Decatiir_555B.__ _ • CLUB HOUSE In water front development! 19 miles from D. C. line; for rent, rea sonable rent. Box 155-E. Star._ GASOLINE, accessories: large, beautiful station, busy avenue, established business. Price. $1.250. Box 158-E. star. _ • SODA FOUNTAIN, candy, toys, school sup plies. tobacco*, etc apt. above: established business, low rent: loveiy store. Price. $1.800: tefms._Box^looj^Q Siar. • _ RESTAURANT with beer aet ar.d three fur nished rooms: good business, low rent; sacrifice: $550. 2222 18th at. n.w. 3" ROOMING HOUSE. 12th and Mass, ave — 13 rms., 4 baths: rent. $125: 3-yr. lease: Income, $310; well furnished; $2,500; terms. _ Mrs. Kreach. 1008 H St.. Met. 4813._ TEAROOM, exclusive section: well estab.: does $100 daily business: serves only two meala dally; beautiful garden; rent, $75. with apt.: price. $8,750; terms. Capital Adjusting dr Finance Co.. 1008 H St. N.W,Met. 4813. CHATTEL NOTES Purchased. Bob Hollander. Met. 4813, A REAL HOME. Mt. Pleasant. 3337 17th st. n.w.—10 rooms, single and double Entirely re furnished- everything new. Simmons inner spring mattresses and box springs. Co lumbia 1037531 ■ ROOMING HOUSE. M-Conn. ave—11 rooms. 2'2 baths. Frigldaire; well furn. Priced for quick sale. Terms. OWENS REALTY CO., 1343 H St N.W, (Room 410), Met. 3683. CAFETERIA—Very beautifully equipped. Downtown F St. Location. Seats 250. Net rent. $150. Receipts. $150 daily. Short hours. No Sundays Business can easily be increased with personal attention. Owner in other business and does not de vote any time to this one: has manager operating it for him. Ideal for booking banquets. BOB HOLLANDER, 1008 H at. N.W._Met. 4813. SOMETHING REAL GOOD. Office bldg., lunch stand, dowptown. short hrs.. clears over $250 mo., same lady owner 9 yrs.. guaranteed good business. cash. bal. $1,500: terms. Apply after 6 p m.. 3718 Pth st. n.w.2* ROOMING—APTS. Must be sold. 14 rooms: rent. $85. This is a bargain. $650. Terms. Miss McCown, 10OB H st. n.w. Met. 4813. _MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. ANTIQUES—Desk!, chest*, sofas, chairs, tables, paintings, prints, frames, silver services, bric-a-brac. Edelson, 618 5th n.w. ANTIQUES will be sold at public auction sale. Bis collection, including a grand father's clock in excellent condition, April 2nd at 2 p.m. Big opportunity for those who appreciate the value of these articles. Ell Alper. Rockville. Md. Tel. 214. ARMATURE, generator and motor ex change. starter and electric motor repairs, rewinding; brushes and belts for all re frigerators. washing machines: lowest prices. Harris Armature Co.. 9th and O n.w. __l * AWNINGS—Have been used; fair condi tion; both porch and window sizes; ridic ulously cheap. Randolph 1953. BEDRM. SET. new. maple, with springs and mattress. $40; Chinese teakwood cab inet and console table, cost $300. take $50; mahogany sideboard. $5; dresser. $5: Spalding leather football outfit, new. great bargain: mahogany library table. $10. Emerson 4578. BEDROOM, dining room suites. Crosley re frigerator. ehlfiorobe. porch rockers twin beds, studio couch. Edelman. 3303 Ga. ave. • BILLIARD AND' POOL TABLES, all sizes. supplies, repairs; ping-pong tables and ac cessories. Conn, 810 9th st. n.w. Plat. 4711. BOOKCASES, used, mahogany and oak finish. Bargains. Washington Salvage Co., new location. 800 E n.w. Natl. 8266. BRICK. LUMBER AND PLUMBING ma terials at bargain prices from hundreds of wrecking Jobs, reconditioned and neatly arranged for your easy selection at Hech lnger’s. You'll save time as well as money by coming to any of our four yards. We auote delivered or undelivered. Phone orders. Atlantic 1400, HECHINOER co.. tried Material Dept. 15th A H Sts. N.E. 6th A C Sts. S.W. 5925 Oa. Ave. N.W. 1905 Nichols S.E. BUILDING MATERIAL SALE—Hechlngfr'n annual spring fix-up sale BEGINS TO MORROW! Drastic reductions In every department at our four big stores. Bright wood and main stores remain open this Friday and Saturday to 9 P.m. SEE OUR FULL PAGE AD IN SUNDAY'S STAR. Free delivery. Phone orders Atlantic 1400. HECHINOER CO.—FOUR STORES BUILDING MATERIALS—Brick. $8 per M: doors. $1 up: kitchen sinks. $1 up; gas ranges, $5 up; kitchen cabinets. $3 up; lumber. $16 per M up; beams, radiators, bathtubs, toilets, etc., at rock-bottom 8rices. Ace Wrecking Co.. 212 C st. s.w. let. 8623. CLOTHING—Men’s new and slightly used suits. IS.90 up: trousers. 98c un. Max. the Tailor, 1606 14th at. n.w. c .. lata model: s lltlSn. tuaran t H at- BA 4 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. (Continued.) 60RNET. good “condition! mute, ' music stand: all for $28. Phone Wisconsin 4220 DAINTY CHILDREN S ClStHES ”TSnirV dresser. cut glass. Nearly New Shop. 2810 P at. n.w. Pay a_vlslt this week. DEER HEADS, for fireplace or recreation rn . all nice specimens. Write or call 1115 South 18th st., Arlington. Va. Jack aon 1932-J._ DESK. $30: walnut chest drawers! if*! 9x12 rug. $12. gate-leg table. $«, large Oriental rug. $40: other pieces. 2219 Wl», ave. Emerson 7509. DESKS—A large assortment of used of fice furniture a; low prices. H. Baum & Son. 81ft E st. n w __ DINING ROOM SET. oak. 7 pieces.” v.vY' other articles. 1348 Monroe st. n.w! Adams 9287-W. DININO ROOM SUITE, walnut. 8 peTTwin beds new, modarnlstlc: porch rockers, two Electrolux refg„ 6 ft. Georgia 0925._ DININO ROOM SUITE. 3-pc. oak. fine con dition: StiefT piano, fine tone very good condition: very reasonable. 8209 12th st. n.w. Georgia 5848. ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR8. big reduc tions, extraordinary trade-in allowances long terms. J S. Le Fevre. Inc., 2007 K st. n.w. Republic 0017. Open evenings until 9 p.m._ ELECTROLUX, late 1937. 5-cublc”-ft7modei extra equipment including electric dome light, finger-tip tray relief, food file and crisper, adjustable shelves, etc. Price. $10n. Other refrigerators priced proportionately low The York Radio A Electric Co.. 3322 Oeorgia ave. FLOOR CASES (?>. plate sImT tops; re solving clothing racks, cases. 7 feet long. 4 feet 4 inches wide. 4 feet 2 inches high In good order. Cost $175 to build, will sell for $25 each. Sidney West Inc., 14th and G sts. n.w.__ FURNITURE of every description" at pub }*c auction tomorrow (Feidayi. 10 a.m. 318 9th st. n.w. _ ___ FURNITURE, dining room suite, handsome 10-pc Imported walnut, like new cost sacrifice $145. The Champlain, 1424 K st. n.w.. Apt. 45. Met. 5209. Dealer. Home until 9 p m _ FURNITURE. ETC.—Saturday's sale a: Weschler's Auction. 915 E st. n w . In cludes suites, desirable odd pieces, radios, rugs. elec, refrigerators, modern gas range, hotel carpet etc._ GAS RANGES, used, fine condition: 4-burn ers. side oven: big bargain: $5 to S7.5o Free Delivery, HECHINOER CO_ GAS RANGE 4-burner, oven: good condi tlon: reasonable._313 Upshur st. n.w. GAS RANGE bargains—Brand-new floor samples priced from $27.95: rebuilt ranges $12.95: used ranges, good condition. S5. J. S. Le Fevre. Inc.. 2007 K st. n.w. Republic 0017, Open evenings until it p m. IRONER, Thor, almost new. regularly $99.60, sacrifice $35. Electrical Center. 514 10th st. n.w National 8872. MAYTAG WABHER late model, slightly used, excellent condition; very low price. Apply 508 H st._n e PIANO.^Knabe grand, unusual fine lnstru ment; bargain. 401 Essex ave.. Somerset. Md. Wis. 4492.___I • PIANOS—One Sued upright mahogany case. Jike new. $180; cost $50(i; several UDrights from $25 to $45: all in good con dition,_Hugo Worch 1110 O st. n w_ PIANOS—Baldwin grands and spinet-tvpe instruments, made by Baldwin, in various stvles and woods on display at our ware rooms. Hugo Worch. sole agent. 1110 G st, n.w_ _ PIANOS—The world-famous Minlpiano. In all colors and various woods, in seven and six octave styles, made to conform to the smallest apartment rooms, sold onlv by us. Hardman. Baldwin. Kranich A Bach. Harrington. Bradbury and Worch pianos, sold on accommodating term®. Hugo Worch. 1110 O st. n.w._Est. 1879._ PIANOS, used uprights $5 and *10 cash: delivery extra, or you can haul them your self. The Plano Shop. 1337 J_4_th st. n.w. PIANOS FOR RENT." $2 ner month. We need space. The Piano Shop. 1337 14th st. n.wh_ PIANOS TOR RENT, new spinettes. $4.50 per month, rent paid applies on price If you buy Natl. 3223. Jordan's, corner 13th and_G s*s._ PIANO, used Brambach grand, in good con dition. *195. easy terms. National 4730. Kitt's. 1330 G_stOpen evenings_ PIANO, very slightly used, latest model, full keyboard mahogany splnette. *195. very easy terms National 4730. Kitt s. 1330 G st Open evenings._ PIANO, upright, excellent condition beau tiful tone, sacrifice. Cleveland 1985 PIANO- baby grand, small size, good condi tion also Knabe grand medium size, in fine condition; at very low price. 610 9th st. r..w. Met. 64Hn_4• PIANO small-size studio upright! shghfTv used. $lno. easy terms. National 4730. Kitt's. 1330 G st. _ PIANOS—Grands from Sioo up. A special clearance of our entire stock of used and rebuilt in^ruments at greatly reduced prices. Such fine makes as Knabe Chick- i enng. Steinway. Kranich A Bach. Premier. Estev Wurlitzer. etc. Terms. Old pianos taken in trade. The Piano Shop. 1337 141h st. n v._ PIANO- Knabe grand. *685. Looks and plays almost like a new instrument and carries our new-mstrument guarantee. Natl. 4730. Kitt's. 1330 G st. Open evenings.__ _ PIANO. Brambach baby grand. $195! Has been gone over thoroughly. Very ea^y terms. Natl. 4730. Kitt's. 1330 G s:. Open evenings.___ PIANO. Behning baby grand, in fine condi- ' tion; $395. on easy terms. A piano that I will please a musician. Fully guaranteed. I Easy terms. Natl. 4730. Kitt’s, 1330 0 st. Open evenings._ PIANO, new spinet-type. u*ed, but in good condition $137. Easy terms Nati. 473u. Kitt’s. 1330 G st. Open_evening- _ PIANOS. 2 nice one? mahogany, just tuned. *15 and $25. delivered. Mrs. Her ring. near St. Martin's Church. 3 4 T st. n.e RADIO $25; day bed. $20. rug $20; breakfast set. $8. china close: with dishes. $s dresser. $8 chest drawers *5; large rocking chair. $8: :: small rockme chairs. $4 each desk *3: small vac. cleaner. $0: refrigerator. $6: pair pillows. $3. kitchen utensils._1024 8th st. n.e. 31* RADIOS — Clearance sale reconditioned set?; *3.95 comniete and up 10 selected sets a- $5 each in good working order. Apex Elec. Co.. 709 9thi st. n.w ._a_t_G_ RADIOS—1938 Emersons, reg. $14.95 value for $8.88 compete, while thev last. Apex Elec. Co. 709 9th st n.w.. at G_ REFRIGERATORS new and used, as low as $25: easy terms, guaranteed P. O. Smith. 413 H st. n.e._Lincoln 6Q5Q. REFRIGERATOR. 1937. General Electric, floor sample. $95. Electrical Center, 514 1 Oth_st. n.w. National 8872._ REFRIGERATORS. G E.. limited number new 1937 models, big reductions 5-year protection: convenient terms. Myers A Flournoy. 514 H st. n.e._Open till 9 p.m. REFRIGERATORS, used, up to 1-year guar antee 7-ft. all-porcelain Norge. *89 5o; 8-ft. Fricidaire. like new. $94.50 5-ft. Crosley Shelvador perfect. $74.50; 5-ft. Reliable $44.5ii: big reduc.ions on brand new 2937 Frigidaire? liberal allowance for your oid machine Free delivery. District Electric Co.. 1 Dupont Circle. Potomac 5900. RINGS—Silver, gold, handwrought: beau tiful settings; for ladies and men; very cheap. Randolph 1953. SEWING MACHINES—Singer con. elecT. S05. $15 allowed for old mach. Other con. $25: treadles. $7.50 up. 927 F n.w. SEWING MACHINES—Singer portable elec.. $25: console elec., $49: d.h.. $10. All carry Singer guarantee. 3.337 Conn, ave. SEWING MACHINES—New Home elec., $17.50; Singer electric, slightly used, sac.; renting, repair. 2412 18th n.w. Col. 3245. SEWING MACHINES. Singer, used; elec, and treadle: some real bargains for Quick sale. All 12th st. n.w. Natl. 1118._ SHOW CASES, wall cases, counters, slightly used; suitable liquor stores, drug stores, etc. All types store fixtures made to order Bernard's Store Furniture Co.. Rear 452 K st. n.w Natl. 5452. _ STROLLER, Whitnej^i Detecto baby scales. lp'aXlS's rug. six scatter rugs, five chairs* Temple 4059-M._ _• TWO SMALL RUGS. Bigelow. Oriental re productions; excellent condition; $14.50. Dupont Circle Hotel. Apt. .'iOfi^evening • TYPEWRITERS and adding machines— American Co., estab. 25 years. Buy. sell, rent and repair. 1431 East Capitol st Away from high rents. Open eves. Line ooh2. TYPEWRITERS—Royal. Smith, Remington, $15; portable. $12.50: Underwood, sacrifice. Blaustein's. 144K Park rq.. Apt. T. Col. 4075. TYPEWRITERS—High-grade rentals, del'd. $3 mo.: Underwood standard. $29.50: port »ble. $27.50 up. CENTRAL Typew riter Co.. 92.3 G st, n.w._National 9129._ VACUUM CLEANER. Hoover, like new, $14.65. Electrical Center, 514 10th st. n.w. National 8872. _ VACUUM CLEANERS — ELECTROLUX^ HOOVER- EUREKA and many others at cut-rate prices: one-year bond guarantee. LOWEST PRICES. HONEST VALUES. We deliver and demonstrate any time. BEST BRANDS CO., 805 11th st. n.w, Natl. 7773. WALLPAPER, room lots, for rms. 12x14: ceiling, sidewall and border. $1 per room. Mahoney Wallpaper Co.. 324 Pa. ave. s.e. WASHER. Savage, spin dry. with pump: also A B. C.. G. E.. Easy and others: spe cially priced Electrical Center. 514 10th n.w. National 8872, WASHERS, new and used very good con dition. from $10 up. Easy terms P. O. SMITH. 413 H st. n.e. Lincoln 0650 WASHERS. G. E.. 2 brand-new floor samples. $10 to $15 reductions. No phone orders. Myers ti Flournoy. 514 H st. n.e. Open evenings.____ SELLING out rugs. Winter, small room sizes from $8.95; 8x11 from $13.95: 9x12 from $18.95. Capi tol Rug Co.. 2821 14th (at Harvard) n.w. Open eve. until 9 p.m. ___ AIR-CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT. Three-ton. self contained air-oonditlon lng unit, used only as display model. Suit able for small store, specialty shop or gen eral office. Originally sold for $1,195. Bacriflce for $595 plus Installation. Guar anteed. Can be seen at A. P. WOODSON CO.. 1313 H ST. N W, UPHOLSTERING. WOOL FRIEZE. Chairs. $15: Sofas. $30. Rebuilt Throughout. Better Than New. High-type Workmanship. Miller's. 2822 14th N.W._Col. 8700. AUCTION SALE FOR THE PUB LIC AT 2 P.M. SHARP. FRIDAY, APRIL 1. EXCELLENT QUAL ITY. Furniture—Suites, also sepa rate pieces; radios, refrigerators, rugs, miscellaneous furnishings, china. Smith’s Storage Co., 1313 You st. n.w. North 3343. A MISCELLANEOUS WANTED. ANTIQUE JEWELRY discarded large end email watches, dental gold: special high price* paid. Schiller Rros , 922 F n w. ( BOUGHT, good books all-kinds! ?i'ny DUaI!tlty Bring them or phone o Da. vid Pearlman, l40f_G et. n.w. Met. 5415. REGISTERS fiie cases, iron ftfes, tffcl sii™lturCi Best Dr.ces naid. Dis MeL 371?._ppen__ev* Wi 11 call - houRsRhIoldRfiordig5et"“Veapoe0^S?ly,Urh”g^?< FURNITURE and household goodiT’of all kinds, highest cash Dnces; don’t seU until >ou rail North HhlO; prompt servira- ua do all kinds of moving and hauling. * FURNITURE bric-a-brac. China aTa^sT ware. rugs, silverware, paintings;’ hh’hpst cash prices paid Call Murray. Adame 51.33* FURNITURE wanted, pay bent prices”7or r a n*gs- N a tiopa^^j/f 9 - ^ a FURNITURE—Call Natl, 5244 for best servtce f°Aflr‘l,l15«hold offlCf lurn- Prompt I^aler AUer 6 Bm" cail North T363. RADIOS—Would like to Durcha"se anv small ones, or exchange. Call any time Ogen evenings. Schiller-«. 414 9th n w • SEVANG MACHINES—Will buy all types! hutton-covermg. Pleating #,/ r .<t. n.w Republic l®nn. j TRAILERS, used, factory built; to accom-’ c|uci|ve"ar.d 52$°D ’ turn- or Unfurn' REFRIGERATORS anv condition Potomicn:.r%riD!“rt’ ^ Mr GOLD—BRING YOUR OLD GOLD, SIL VER. PLATINUM. TEETH, DISCARDED JEWELRY. WE PAY CASH. A KAHN INC. 45 YEARS AT 935 F. ' OLD GOLD. DIAMONDS, JEWELRY! WATCHES. HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID. A. MARKEL. RM._2I1. 91 S_F ST. NW OLD GOLD, silver, platinum purchased lor manufacturing use; maximum prices paid. BURN8TINE S. 931 G ST N.W. _ _Smce 11*66. CASH FOR OLD GOLD. Silver watches, diamonds and old dis carded Jewelry, full rash value paid. SELINGER'S «lb F St. N.W. I BUY FURNITURE. DI. 7733! 1 PIECE OR 1.000 DAY_OR NIGHT. * BOATS. PROPELLERS 12). 26x34 26x3®! right hand; 1‘a-mch bore; tapered. 1615 o st n w_ 3;-FT. CABIN"CRCISER with straight-®, gray marine engine; fully equipped. Can be seen at Deep Cove. Md., near Shady side or cal! Mr Rogers. Decatur 6.312. APPROVED SALES AND SERVICE * Evinrude and Elto Outboard Motor*. Gray Marine Motors. S. King Fulton. Inc., Nti.A Water St _DOGS, PETS, ETC._ WIRE FOX TERRIERS complete grooming! S3: hand-plucked, bathed, nails clipped; called for and returned. Adlea Kennels. Mr. and Mrs S. A WToolner. Washington Grove Md. Gaithersburg 208-J. BOSTON TERRIER, pedigreed male; A weeks old: black and white; 525.00. Phone Temple 3246-W.___ • POLICE DOG. purebred- magnificent specs men. female, almost white one year old. Wisconsin 3154. Mr. Mitchell._ FARMLAND GARDEN" LANDSCAPE GARDENER and nurseryman, flrs'-c.ass care of rock gardens, shrub-, trees lawns; by cay week or season; sod supplied for votir lawn District r,507. } ‘■ \" 10th st. n. w. Ben jamln C. Hcndrick *. NOW IS THE TIME to use bone meal ori your lawps SC.5" per 100 lbs. Delivery :n D. C. Milton Hopfenmaier Estate 3300 K st n.w_Phone Republic 1432. FERTILE TOP SOIL, well-rotted cow ma nure. Atlamic_150.'L Night:._AtlaDtic_82f>7. SELLING OUT—25" heavily bearing grape vines. 50c each; 50 bearing fruit trees. *5 5" each. 2 000 shrubs 20 varieties, some 6 f*. tall, heavily branched. 50c each Peonies French hydrangeas dahlias, chrvs aruherrunv and other plants also at bar or.3" wlces* Aia< ave< *e- Atlantic azaleas! Many colors. large and small. Full of buds and ready to bloom. laow prices. Jackson 206.'!. Open Sunday. 31* ‘ ROSES. Orecon-grown. the, world's be*t roses. Twelve different varieties Our ielection. 53. delivered Jackson 2063._31* WHAT A BARGAIN! Your neighbor says so. and »o will you when you have tried a ton of That ric... black, screened manure- SO a ton. dehv ered. Jackson 2063. Open Sunday. 31" FLAGSTONE. BE6T QUALITY «10 100 SQ. FT. PHONE JACKSON 2063. 31 ANNUAL SPRING SALE. (STARTING MARCH 16 ) Rhododendrons azaleas dogwoods, ever greens and flowering shrubs. JACKSON 2063. __Open Sunday._3IV MARYLAND SLAG. Unexcelled for driveways 3 tons, deliv ered. 51Q 50. jackson 2063._31 * BABY CHICKS! ALL BREEDS, blood tested and certified. Also ducklings and turkey poults. Wm. James & Son 610 K s; n.w Met. OOSS _ROOMS FURNISHED._ GORDON'-HOT EL 91ft 16th st.—Oh beau tlful 16th st. location, desirable and con venient: comfortable rooms, single. $6.50 to $9.50: double rooms with running water. $9.50 to $11.50 weekly: double rooms with bath twin beds. $12 and M5 weekly: 24 hour elevator ana switchboard service. 442' BUCHANAN ST. N.W—Comfortable bedroom, next shower, bath; convenient transportation; phone. 18.34 COLUMBIA RD.—$3 and S4.50 wk.; single, double rms.: clean warm: 4 baths: c.h.w.: 2-car lines: men. Adams 10213. 1431 CHAPIN ST. N.W .—Large room, with or without private bath: direct ventilation: cool; near park: twin beds or single, own er's detached home.___ 1316 15th ST NW.—Attractive, cool room for summei; running water in room: walk ing distance._ DUPONT CIRCLE. 3112 O St.—Attractive" home; double, single rooms; adj. bam; convMocation North 1391_81* 1821 BELMONT RD. N.W.—Comfortable single room, convenient location. Adams 4574. 1* 1708 R. I. AVE. N.W.—Well-furnished double room with private bath and shower, small room next to bath. 31* 2239 QUE ST. NTw. (nr. Dupont Cit.'l— Lovely studio balcony rm.. semi-pvt. bath, shower, gentleman, $20. Potomac 5989. _._ __31 ALTURAS 1509 16th st. n.w.—Conven iently located, single and double rms.. near showers. Fireproof bldg.: 24-hour elevator; hotel service. Reasonable._ 4315 IOWA AVE. N.W.—Well-furnished bedroom, next to bath; near Roosevelt High School. Columbia 0997-W. _ DUPONT CIRCLE 1302 Conn. ave.— Cheetlul single and a lovely large double or triple room at prices that will happily surprise you; meals optional. Investigate. Decatur 5468. Dupont 9404 8206 19th ST. N.W.—2 connecting, pvf. bath and porch: 2nd fl.: overlooking park; excel, meals near: 2 employed adults. Col. 0289 Refined, private home. DUPONT CIRCLE. 2014 P st. n.w.—lovely, large, l.h.fe rm : basement apt.; fine single rm.: clean and desirable. _ 2010 WYOMING AVE. N.W.—6!nele and double rooms; attractively furnished; un limited phone. 1439 RHODE ISLAND AVE N.W.—Large, clean room: spacious closet, piano- com fortable bed; next to bath; gentleman. North 8703. _ _____ 828 COLUMBIA RD.—Cozy front room, twin beds; housekeeping; clean, quiet; c.h.w,: 2 car lines: $7._ BACHELOR APT . 1320 Randolph at. n.w. —Llv. rm . glassed-in sleep, porch, south. expo., $35. Oarage. Adams 4306_ 325 EMERSON ST. N.W.—Beautifully fur nished room with private bath, porch ad .toinlng: suitable for one or two gentle men; cool and comfortable for the sum mer; unlimited telephone. Geo. 0325. 31* CATHEDRAL AVE—Front. 4 windows, southeast exposure bath, closet: ouiet de tached home; gentleman. Adams 3584. 1773 LANIER PL N W.. Apt. 31. near 18th and Col. rd.—Newly turn twin beds, next bath: single. $5: double. $7, Adams 4870. THE WYOMING-Apt. 114. 2022 Columbia rd.—Light, cool. 3 windows, pvt. bath. pvt family: gentleman._ 1821 ADAMS MILL RD. near 18th and Col. rd —Clean, attractive room. 84 single; $2.50 each, double._ 1815 16th ST N.W.—Large, front, airy room- with kitchen; completely furnished, clean, quiet: $5. $7.50. 1628 21st ST N.W.—Attractive single room, next to shower, for gentleman. Ex 5'1! 50iJ95*tj5iT_Eblo2*iLi344;___ PETWORTH 727 Quincy st. n.w.—Large front room comfortable, quiet home; c.h.w., semi-oath: express bus at corner house: reasonable^ Coi, 7995-J._ 1714 R. I AVE. N.W.—Clean, quiet, eom fortable single and double rooms semi private baths, for a few guests in large. well-furnished downtown home._• 19th AND H STS. N.W.—Large room for retired couple, with personal care. Phone Met. 4609._ 1712 LANIER PL. N.W.—Single or double private bath if desired; c.h.w., unlim. phone. Adams 0541. 18118 BELMONT RD. KW?—Large room and porch, next bath, very reasonable. Adams 7329.__ CHEVY CHASE—1 large front room, twin beds, private lavatory, for l or 2; garage if desired._Cleveland 7655_ DUPONT CIRCLE—Large single and double studio rooms, attractively fumlsheeT un llmited phone: meals optional. North 5091. 1509 CRITTENDEN ST. N.W —Nicelv fur nished front bedroom, southern exposure, private shower, phone; close to 14th at. car. 16th st. bus._ ___ NEAP TAFT BRIDGE. 2015 Kalortma rd. n.w.—Large double or single room. 2 win dows. porch, next bath; convenient to Conn, ave. bus, car._ 1897 16th ST. N.W—Beautiful lst-floor front studio room; use of kitchen, Frtgld alre._ GEORGETOWN- 2112 37th—High location: 2-rm. suite, cross ventilation, well turn.; bup at door. Cleveland 7892. (Continued on Next Page.) 1 f