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Capitals Radio Program
TODAY'S PROGRAM APRIL 22, 1938
WMAL 630k1 WRC 950k |WOL 1,3IQk WJSV 1,460k
12:00 Time for Though) j News—Music Theater Row (Mary M. McBride
12:15 News— Music The 0 Neills, sketch News Bulletins Goldbergs, serial
12:30 Farm and Home Hour Bill Wirges' Orch. ’Church of the Air (Helen Trent, sketch
12:431 " " I Better Business Dance Music_lOur Gal Sunday _
1:00 Farm and Home HouTTarlfsIeTnd London Dance Music Betty and Bob
1:15; " " About Hollywood Mike in the Sky Betty Crocker, foods
1:30 Mother in-Law Words and Music ! Rex Battle's Orch. ! Grimm’s Daughtei
1:45 Jack and Loretta I ''_ _I Voice ot Experience i Valiant Lady, sketch
~2:00 Sonata Recital |D. C.’Music Clubs Wakeman's Sports Folk Festival
2:15i ” " Shilkret's Orch. " " The O'Neills, sketch
2:30 From Norway I Mary Mason ’’ " Aladdin's Kitchen
2:45 " " I "_"_"_”_I " _
3:00 "Julius Caesar" j Pepper Young, serial News Bulletins Baseball Game
3:15! " " Ma Perkins, sketch .Wakeman's Sports " . "
3:30 > " " JVic and Sade, sketch Jam Session
3:45 " "_Guiding Light^_serial Wakeman's Sports " "
~4:00 Club Matinee Lorenzo Jones, serial (Wakeman's Sports Basebaii Game
4:151 " " Mary Marlin, sketch Piano Recital
4:30 " The Hughes Reel Wakeman's Sports
4:45; ” "__tSundown Rtvue _I
~5:00.Evening Star Flashes Dick Tracy, sketch Old-Timers Music for Fun
5:15 Tea Time, music -Sundown Revue Ruby and His Music Evening Rhythms
5:30 Variety Show j Jack Armstrong "'Decibel' Stepmother, sketch
5:45 ^_"_Tittle Orphan Annie Cocktail Capers 'Hilltop House, sketch
6:00 Education News News—Frolic (Sports—Music News—Music
6:15 News—Suffrage .Revelers, songs News—Music |Arch McDonald
6:30 Dinner Music (Douglas on Sports 'Airliners Boake Carter, news
6:45 Lowell Thomas, news Dance Music_Melody Man_;Lum and Abner_
7:00 Howard Milner, songs Amos 'n' Andy Fulton Lewis, jr. Andrews Sisters
7:15 Behind Headlines 'Unde Ezra Five Star Final (Arthur Godfrey
7:3C Bdl Wirges' Orth. Rep, Gray (Ind) les Williams t Musical Moments
7:45 Gnv. Murphy_Joe Bines' Orch, Dance Rhythms_IHollace Shaw, songs
8:00 High School Concert Hour Federal Agent, sketch "The Ghost," play
8:15 M, Spitalny's Orch, " " Rhythm Rhapsody | " "
8:30 Death Valley, play " ” Man About Town Whiteman's Orch.
8:45 " " "_Ruby and His Music ! "
9:00 Variety Revue I Waltz Time ,W0L Quiz Hollywood Hotel
9:15 " " I " " | " " " "
9:30 N. B. C. Spelling Bee True Stories, sketch WLW Operetta
9:45; " I '' _!_^_" _”_
10:00 Paul Martin's Orch, First Nighter, play Sports Resume Song Shop
10:15 " " " ” W. P. A. Concert ! "
10:30 Col. Frank Knox Jimmy Fidler, films Fed. Show Window J "
10:45 _" _ Dorothy Thompson 1 _"_Frank Gannett, talk
11:00 News Bulletins News—Sports Art Brown, records Jimmy Dorsey's Orch!
11:15 Music You Desire Modern Maestros | ”
11:30; " " j ’’ " (Waltz Invitation 'News—Weather
11:45 " " _I " " _IDick Barrie's Orch. Paul Kain's Orch.
12:00 Night Watchman (Front Page Ball News—Press Ball Paul Kain's Orch.
12:15; " ” Bert Block's Orch. Dance Orchestra Red Norvo's Orch.
12:30- ” ” Dick Stabile's Orch. Bob Crosby's Orch. .Ozzie Nelson's Orch.
12:45' - - I " " I " " ! " "
1:00|Watchman, 1 hour iSign Oft_1 Dance Music. 1 Hour jSign Off__
SHORT-WAVE PROGRAMS
8:45 P.M.—LONDON, Viennese Operetta, GSP, 19.6 m., 15.31 meg.;
GSD, 25.5 m., 11.75 meg.; GSC, 31.3 m., 9.58 meg.; GRB,
31.5 nr, 9.51 meg.
7:30 P.M.—ROME, Guest Night, 2RO, 31.1 nr, 9.63 meg.; 1RF, 30 5
m.. P 83 meg.; 1QY. 25.21 m , 11.90 meg.
8:30 P.M.—CARACAS, Musical Variety Program, YV5RC, 51.7 nr,
5.8 meg.
8.30 P.M.—BERL.IN, "The Schmidts at Home," DJD. 25 4 m . 11.77 meg.
9:30 P.M.—BERLIN. Radio Cabaret, D.JD, 25 4 nr, 11 77 meg.
• 12;45 A.M.—TOKIO, Popular Songs, JZJ, 25 4 nr, 11.80 meg.
A.M, j_TOMORROW'S PROGRAM
A:00 Gordon Hittenmark Musical Clock Old Chanticleer
6:15 " " " " " '■
6:30 Today's Prelude ” "
6:45; "_" _ ” ~ ”
TOO Today's Prelude Gordon Hittenmark Musical Clock lArthuTGodfrey
7:15 Musical Clock " " I " " " " /
7:30 Lee Everen " ” News—Music
7:45 "__ Musical Clock
8:00 Lee Everett News—Hittenmark Musical Clock News—Music
8:15 " " Gordon Hittenmark I " ’’ Arthur Godfrey
8:30 Earl Godwin, news \ "
8:45 Distinctive Music | " ” News—Music
9:00 Breakfast Club Gordon Hittenmark Musical Clock {Eton Boys, songs
9:15| " " I i " " Richard Maxwell
9:30’ ’’ " Music—News Morning Concert Civic Forum
9:4f Breakfast Club—News Landt Trig, songs News—Police
10:00 Air Sweethearts Amanda Snow, songs Marriage Clinic iDTAbram Simon
10:15 Viennese Music Charioteers, songs " " Lew White, organ
10:30 Child Grows Up Children's Frolic Get Thin to Music Cowboys
10:45 j Swing Serenade_I " _Popular Vocals_; Rhythnu—News
TfTOOTVaughn de Leath {Florence Hale, chat : Tall Corn Time : Cin. Conservatory
11:15 Glee Club | Ford Rush I "
11:30 Our Barn 1 Half-Past Eleven ; U. S. Army Band " ”
11:4ai " ” |Serving Consumers j " " "
P.M. | _
12:00 Call to Youth, talk I Nows—Music Parents' Club Melody Ramblings
12:15 News—Music jChisins' Music News Bulletins Haverford Glee Club
12:30 Farm and Home Hour; Rhythm Makers Dance Music George Hall's Orch.
12:45 "_I Rex Battle's Ens. *' **_"
1700iFarm and Home Hour Val Olman's Orch. Pet Club Suffrage Drive
1:15 " " Mike in the Sky Rhythmaiies
1:30 Lani McIntyre’s Orch. Industrial Democracy Carnegie Tech Orch. Buffalo Presents
1:451 " "" "" " ■' »
2:6c William A. Eddy Music for All College Crew Race College Crew Race
*• •• " ** •• •• n n
2:30 Bill Krenz's Orch. Campus Capers Wakeman's Sports Motor City Melodies
2:45 _'_"_1_'_"_^_
3:00 Western Silhouettes I Golden Melodies News Bulletins Besebetl Game
3:15 Dot and Pat. songs ” ” Wakeman's Sports
3:30 With Ricardo Swingology " " " "
_3:45 " _I' " " " *_"_"_
4:00 Club Matinee Stamp Program Kansas Relays Baseball Game
4:15 " " Men of the West . "
4:30 From Germany Sundown Revue Wakeman’s Sports "
4:45 [ ''_"_" "_" _"_"_
5:00 Evening Star Flashes Great Plays Cocktail Capers Gypsy Minstrels
5:15 Bible lesson ” " " " Evening Rhythms
5:30 Jim Richard s Orch. " Art Kassel s Orch. Vitality and Salb
5:45 " • " " " " I Music and Flowers
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Mrs. Roosevelt to Be Heard
on Broadcast From 1
New York Ball. !
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Paramount event on the calendar of f
American lady Journalists is the an- (
nual Front Page Ball of the New York j
Newspaper Women's Club, for it is ,
then that the names of those chosen g
by a distinguished jury as the out- f
standing feminine newspaper writers j j
are annnounced. The three upon ^
whom the honors are conferred will |,
be introduced to radio audiences by
WOL at 12:05 and WRC at midnight ’
tonight. Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt t
is expected to speak during the period, .
and Fred Keating, Broadway stage (
performer, 1s to be the master of cere- t
monies.
Three oilier persons of national
prominence arc to speak on three dif
ferent stations. WJSV has scheduled
Frank Gannett, publisher and chair
man of the National Committee to Up
hold Constitutional Government, for
an address at 10:45 on “The Road to
Recovery.” “Suggestions for a Re
publican Program” Is the subject of
Col. Frank Knox (WMAL. 10:30).
Gen. Smedley D. Butler, retired offi
cer of the United States Marine Corps,
| is to be the guest of A. L. Alexander,
i when his story, “For Love of China."
| is dramatized (WRC. 9:30). Mr.
Alexander will do the interviewing.
Loral Spellers Compete.
Other features—The Capital City
’ Spelling Club of Washington will
match vowels and consonants with
the waverly Spelling Club of Balti- j
more. Md., during the N. B. C. Spell- j
ing Bee (WMAL. 9:30) . . . Film t
Comedian Charlie Butterworth, Tito |
and Hls Accordion Swingsters and p
Joan Edwards, rhythm vocalist, are C
the guests of Paul Whiteman ( WJSV, j |
8:30) ... Carole Lombard and Fernand g
Gravet offer a radio adaptation of C
“Fools for Scandal" in Hollywood Ho- |
tel (WJSV, 9) ... Representative 5
Gray of Indiana discusses “The Pri- j
vale Control of Public Currency; the
Cause of Depressions and the Remedy” .
(WRC. 7:30).
Tomorrow—Franklin D. Roosevelt,
Jr., will assist Ted Husing in describ
ing the Columbia-Navy crew race
(WJSV. 2i ... A Bavarian peasant
band, vocal duets and comedy dialogue
are to be offered in a special broad
cast from Germany (WRC, 4:30) . . .
Plans for “Defense of Democracy
Through Building America” will be
discussed at a luncheon of the League
for Industrial Democracy (WRC, 1:30) f
. . . “The Silver Xing,” written by !
Henry Arthur Jones and regarded as i ;
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CURRENT RATES -
WE WANT YOUR OLD
REFRIGERATOR!
LIBERAL ALLOWANCE-YOU SAVE
ON A 1938 KELVIN ATOR
This is your chance to own the Champion
Ice Maker of 1938—lowest operating cost—
every cabinet convenience possible.
OUT OF THE HIGH RENT
DISTRICT
NO PARKING WORRIES
“LET’S TRADE”
General Refrigeration Service, Inc.
24-HOUR SERVICE
Col. 3161
210910th St. N.W.
the first great English melodrama. Is
the Great Plays presentation (WRC,
5> . . . William A. Eddy, president of
Hobart College, speaks on "Ridding
Public Opinion of Superstition" before
the American Society of Newspaper
Editors here (WMAL, 2) ... The
men's glee club of Heidelberg College
Is heard in a program of College songs
tWMAL, 11:15 a.m.)
Rush Hughes Coming.
Network notes—Bill Stewart, travel
ing ahead of Rush Hughes, was in
town Wednesday to remind one and
all that the Hughes reel man will
broadcast from here next Tuesday.
More about Mr. Hughes later . . .
Plea: Will some one send the latest
Crosley ratings? We'd like to see the
indices that seem to control the des
tinies of so many performers and
shows . . . John Hogan, N. B. C. studio
engineer up at the Trans-Lux Build
ing, will take that step on May 7 . . .
Washington Calling is being carried
by Canadian stations beginning today
. . . Kay Kyser will take his program
on a tour of the Nation's colleges in
the fall . . . Raymond Scott's "Toy
Trumpet” appears to be the subject
for more special arrangements titan
any other tune these days. C. A. M.
REPAIRING
SPEEDOMETERS \
AMMETERS, etc.
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LOST.__
BUNCH OP KEYS, lost on H~st. between
l.th st and Jackson oi. nw Reward if
returned to Insurance dem. of the Amer
ican Security and Trust Co
CAMERA, iost In laxicnb Wednesday
Phone North 4ii8S Reward
D. A R PIN. name Ella Maria Woolew
SDursenn on Din: lost Wednesday Re
turn to lost and found deot . Mayflower
Hotel Reward.
GLASSES in brown leather case.- Post
office station. 141 s Eve st. n.w., on Aoril
-I. a in. Call Decatur .!7:t!i. Reward.
LADY S cold wrist watch with link chain
between Dept, of Agriculture and 17th and
G Sts. n.w. Reward. Call National nimu,
Branch :inl.
LETTERS, personal and watch ai Peoples
Drue ai 1 th and G Plf ase return leiiers
at lean. Reward. Box 4 4*:-S. Star. •
PCX'KET WATCH uhite aold. Illinois, in
Capitol Theater Thursday evening. Finder
Please telephone Howard Wilson. Georgia
• 17 7 1 and receive reward •
ROSARY silver beaded Monday eve.,
turner .*>th and K Ms. n e. or bet. Eve M
and Si. Mary s Church n.w. Adamic
<W?«J-W._
WRIST WATCH lady*. set with small
diamond* and sapphires in or near Capitol
Theater Wednesday. Regard. Adams
SPECIAL NOTICES.
OAKES TREATMENT FOR DANDRUFF
mud luss ul hair is effective and inexpen
sive. Fur free Inal test call Clevt. 4r..‘i4.
ti-7 :.lU_p.ui.
FALSE TEETH REPAIRS WHILE YOU
wait. Emergency Laboratory. Room GO 1
Westory Bldg . 14th and F._ Met. 18.13.
WE WILL SELL AT EICHBEHO S
Auctioneers. 1 .'t.'itl R st. n w a lP.'Sti
Chevrolet coach, motor No. 1454KRI. serial
No. l*f ADI‘18116. oil April .‘ill. lor storage
and repairs. NORTHEAST GARAGE, rear
1 *1 1 t* l.’lih st. n.w,
I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY
debts made on or after this date by any
one except those made by myself in person. ,
A. D TODD 1 W st. s.e. • I
NOTICE—BE IT HEREBY KNOWN THAT
I da not represent any firm or person
except the Forest Glen Utility Shop situ
ated at Forest Glen Md. J. A. BARN
HART. Forest Glen Utility Shop, Forest
Glen._6M._ f!4*
WE WILL SELL FOR STORAGE ON APRIL
tin. IMF. at in a m., a JM3 Ford Tudor,
motor No. 18-4MSN!*, left with 'is by
William A Smith. 1 tins 6th st n.w.
_TRIANGLE MOTOR CO.
_HELP MEN.
AUTO MECHANIC to operate Weaver front
end machine: must, be familiar with all
types of steering analysis and corrections.
Box 426-T. Star. _—
AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN, two. for our
used-car department: auto experience not
necessary: liberal commissions; excellent
working conditions. See Mr. Simmons.
2155 Champlain st n.w.. Nash Motors of
Washington. factory branch.
BOY. neat, to work in house and yard.
Must have local references. 3111 Foxhnll
rd. n.w.__ __
COOK-CHEF wanted, good experience. Also
one order cook Apply Oriole Grill. 1724
Pa. ave. n w.___ •
COUNTER SALESMAN in a large wholesale
electrical supply house. Experienced pre
ferred State references, experiene. educa
tion salary expected. Reply Box 444-S.
Star.___
ELEVATOR OPERATOR, colored, with
knowledge of switchboard; exp.: refs, re
quired. Box 149-T. Star._
ESTIMATORS for sheet metal, roofing, or
one man capable of both: permanent job:
salary: long eat. concern; only experienced
men with ref. congidered. Box 395-8. Star.
GROCERY CLERK, experienced; must have
driver's permit; permanent work; ref.
269 Carroll gt.. Takoma Park. D. C.____
PAINTERS. 2, experienced on rope scaffold.
1431 Morse at. n.e._
PAPER HANGER-PAINTER; can nay Vs of
rent of 845-860 aot.. furn or unfurn.. in
work. 5716 16th_sL_n.w.. eves. ______
PHARMACIST or qualified asst.; state age.
salary, ref.; reg. In Md. Brunswick. Md..
Box 26._ _
PHARMACIST. Va. reg.. to manage store
in small Shenandoah Valley town: SI00
mo. Low living cost. State full particulars.
Box 456-8. Star.____*_
REAL ESTATE SALESMAN, experienced,
with ear: will give drawing account to
man who qualifies. Apply before 10 a.tn..
United Realty Co.. 104 Maryland ave..
Hyattsvllle. Md.___
REAL ESTATE SALESMAN, ear essential:
old and new houses. Apply between 9 and
10 a.m.. Central Realty Co,. 2907 South
2nd st„ Arlington. Va. ___ 22*
ROUTEMAN experienced in either isundry
or dry cleaning. State references, age. ex
perlence. etc. Box 454-8. Stgr. _24*
SALESMAN, one. experienced, between the
age "of 25 and 40. to sell Eneyelopgedia
Britannic*. Must have car and be free
to travel. Excellent leads furnished. Thli
Is tn outstanding opportunity Saturday
only. 8 to XO a.m. §78 Natl. Praia Bldg.
HELP MEN.
(Continued.)
SALESMAN for children’s home portraits;
experienced men preferred. 807 H at. n.w.,
basement, after flp.m. or before 9 a.m._ 1
SALESMEN, now working restaurant and
tavern trade. Get us locations for coin
operated phonographs on your route, while
making your calls, and earn bie cash com
missions. See Mr. Byram. 1928 J4th st.
n.w.__
SALESMEN—We need two men only for <
specialty selling work on oil-burning, heat
ing and air-condRioning equipment through
F H. A. terms. This is not a S15(i-per- i
week Job. but a conscientious salesman can <
easily average $H0. This is a permanent,
worth-while connection and the applicants
must be eligible for bond. call Mr. Warner
between 9 and in a.m.. National HutfK.
SALES REPRESENTATIVES CD. for ye*r
around ventilating and air-conditioning
appliances and equipment, including fans.
*•>•» up; trial plan: immediate sales. M'e
teach principles, tell you where to go. fur
nish leads from advertising, provide expert
held help: high commission income. Fine
opportunity for rapid advancement. Apply
S. A. C. Division. American Radiator &
Standard Sanitary Corporation, Jh22 H st.
ii.w.. ICAO a.ui. or 4:.h» pm._
TO SELL OVERHEAD DOORS, commission'
Will guarantee hard worker good income.
Contacts in building field valuable, but not
essential. Many leads lurnished. Call
Overhead Door Sales Company, Inc., 7-7
1st st. ii w . for appointment.
VIOLIN TEACHER, experienced; part-time
permanent position._ Box til-T. Star.
YOUNG MAN with auto to learn sewing
machine business; salary and commission
to start. Apply tW? H st. n r.. 9 a.m. Sat.
YOUNG MAN. J9 or Til# years old; small 1
salatywlo_start: commission. Adams 4880. j
TAXICAB DRIVERS
Cab drivers get our new proposition; no i
down payments: single or double stiilts. !
Arrow Cab. .i I u M si n.e.
WASHING MACHINE.
Four experienced washer salesmen to lell !
the new
BENDIX HOME LAUNDRY
And G. E. major electric appliances. Ideal
working conditions Apply 4-u pm.. J.
L. Bateman & Son 2212 R I. ave. n.e._
TAXI DRIVERS.
Our drivers are earning S10 week and
more. Tremendous demand for Union Cabs
makes it necessary to increase our organ
ization BEST PROPOSITION IN TOWN
for clean-cut men with D C. drivers’ per- j
nuts and at least 21 years of age FREE
INSTRUCTION. CLASSES DAILY for Iden- j
tiflcation cards. For complete details apply
before 31 a.m . 1 :*♦)<> 22nd st. n.w._ i
SALESMEN.
BIG PAY NOW.
Tf you are not making v’.ou to Sdoo each
month, .see us immediately. Some of our
salesmen earn this kind of money now and
a few men even more You can meet the>e >
men. They will tell you that we furnish ail :
bona fide leads by a very unique pian and
help close ihe.r deal': We are doim a large
volume of business daily Our big develop
ment plan help tremendously. A sociate
you self v 'h tin- the mosi successful firm
of us kind in Wa-hintMon. I will pay |
you to Investigate. Come to our executive i
office.-. .‘P.'oi Bladensburg rd. n.e., after
10 a m.
YOUNG MAN. BRIGHT AND
CAPABLE, FOR COLLEC
TION OFFICE OF INSTALL
MENT FURNITURE ES
TABLISHMENT. state:
AGE, QUALIFICATIONS
AND REFERNECES. BOX
241-T STAR._ _
WANTED, two men for elec
tric appliance department.
Must have selling experience.
Married men preferred. Ap
ply 10 a.m. Saturday, The
Palais Royal, employment
office.
SALESMEN.
FOUR MEN of character can find a sales
posi’ion with a successful organization.
Salary and commits.on. Mr. McDonnell,
telephone Spruce r.’M Washington Na
tional Cemetery, Suitland rd , Md. Opposite .
Cedar Hill.
HELP MEN AND WOMEN.
FOR COUPLE white, sober reliable, live |
in: care for apt.: references required. Box
:{\!k-T Star.
GENERAL LAUNDRY HELP exp . steady!
work, good pay. New Method Laundry, ;
1U-U5 Buchanan at. n.w.
EMPLOYMENT SERVICES.
BUSINESS.
SHOE SALESMAN *!•.»-•> “ vears of~ age*
expei ienced ladle-, lnuh-grade shoe.- : F:,
dav and Sa'urday work uerinanent if *at
faclory. Apply in person
D. C. EMPLOYMENT
CENTER,
4.'*d Indiana Ave. N.W.
_ No Fees. _
DOMESTIC _
DOMESTIC AGENCY )!»•.*:> Oth. supplies
all kinds of help ’ hotel and domestic.
Quick service. Decatur *21*21.
RELIABLE AGENCY. Dec. o.'.til 7l lu*: 1 1 th'.
has cook*, waitresses maids nurses, t.h w.,
part-time, day workers, housemen •
INSTRUCTION COURSES.
TUTOR WILL TEACH aeronautics, aero
dynamics, eleineiu.ary French and Spanish,
history. English. American literature, math
ematics to quadratics. Will tutor almost
any collegiate subject at the demand ol
pupil, T or information call Emerson :t50tS.
GREGG SHORTHAND bv exp. teacher:
beginners review: speed dictation: private
lessons moderate rates. North .'141S-J. *27*
AUTO DRIVING—Safe future driving de
pends on >our instructor. My tree trial
protects you. Call Emerson 4v;\' any time. •
DIESEL.
Mass production of Diesels has begun.
Prepare yourself for profitable employment
in this new giant industry. Gel the iatev
facts regarding the opportunities in Diesel.
Call or write lor illustrated booklet.
WASHINGTON DIESEL SCHOOL
•T* New' York Ave. N K. Met.
Open Until f* P.M. Daily.
LEARN DIESEL ENGINES.
For Mrii Who Qualify.
HEMPHILL DIESEL SCHOOLS
Write Kciatrar. Sll Emerson Si. N W. S3*
LEARN BEAUTY CULTURE.":
Our graduates alwayt. in demand: the
prestige of Warfiynii training assures you •
of a aood position Short and long terms. \
AN ACCREDITED SCHOOL
WARFLYNN BEAUTY COLLEGE
101S Vt A\e N.W. < Near K»._Dist. i 76C.
$5 Civil Service Exams. $5
Begin today The Civil Service Prepara
tory School. 5*2* rfth st n w Mel. ti.4M7. •
LEARN BEAUTY CULTURE
THE MODERN WAY
Our courses include:
, Theory and Practice.
Modern Methods.
Individual Instruction.
Live model practice.
Shop Experience.
Employment Service.
Special low- rates. Easy terms. Start
any dav.
MODERN SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CULTURE.
_JJt 1 7 F Sr N.W National 4771.
MABELLE HONOUR.
Washington’s oldest established beauty
school. Better shops demand Mabelle
Honour graduates.
Scientific money-making beauty culture
Instruction. Free catalogue. Day-night.
MABELLE HONOUR BEAUTY SCHOOL.
1 ‘140 New York Ave. N.W. Met. 777*.
HELP WOMEN.
Beauty operators wanted. Several
positions open._ AppIyfiOH P st. n.w.
BEAUTY "OPERATORS, experienced. Ve
netian Beauty Salon. 523 fth s' s.w.
BOOKKEEPER-STENOGRAPHER. In offlce
of realior-builder. Write, staling educa
tion, experience, salary expected, address
and telephone number. • Waverly Taylor.
Inc.. 1522 K st. n.w.
COMPANION, trustworthy, light house
keeping refined home. Northwest section;
small family Bos 447-S Slar._ •
COOK, white, must slay nights. Need not
apply unless good reference. Box 14ti-T.
Star._
COUNTER GIRL8 over 21 yrs. of age;
must have experience. Apply 5111 Georgia
ave n.w. ___
GIRL, to work 111 delicatessen-luncheonette;
IS 13_Week._232 East Capitol it._•
HOUSE MOTHER, in boarding school lor
young children near Washington, age 25
to 35. experienced, practical nurse pre
ferred high sciioul education required.
Give detailed information on experience
and relerences. _ Box 2411-T. Star._
TAILORES8, thoroughly experienced on
alterations and repairs. 1,73 Columbia
rd. n.w._
WAITRESSES AND SALAD GIRL. Only
experienced, neat-appearing young ladies.
Apply 5 to 7 p.m. The Woodshed. 1812
H st. n.w.__ _ _
WAITRESS. 18-24. must have jomtT*"
perience; salary, meals, tips included.
2300 18th st. n(w.__
WAITRESSES, neat, experienced. Apply
5111 Georgia ave. n.w._
WAITRESSES, experienced in arm •ervlce.
under 35 years of aae: must have local
references. Apply Tally-Ho Tea Shop. 810
171h st. n.w., 3-5 p.in._Nojphone calls._
WOMAN, white, settled, as companion to
elderly lady, knowledge of nursing neces
sary: live In: references required. 1815
Calvert st n.w., Apt. 20. Phone Adams
8885._____
WOMAN, white. 25 to 30 years, for outside
and offlce work. Apply between 8 and 10
a m.. Room 2fi. 428 5th st. n.w.
WOMAN—Immediate opening In Child
Guidance Dept, for woman above average
In personality and ambition, unincumbered.
Position permanent, with unusual earn
ings Write Box 2S7-S. Star, giving age.
education, experience and phone number.
______25* _
WOMEN—We want 3 women who have
2 to 4 hours daily to snare to sell lingerie
and hosiery. You ean be your own boss
and earn un to *8 daily. Miss Hultgren,
718 Oth st, n.w.
PHYSICIANS burdened with work, let me
take thgrge of patients and treatments.
Call Miss Chapman. Columbia 3952. 34*
i
HELP DOMESTIC.
COOK and general housekeeper, experi
enced. white or colored; salary, $50 month.
Apply at _lo.32_7th §t. n.w.__
COOK, colored, for boarding house. Good
pay. Experienced. References required.
Do not phone. 2153 Florida ave. n.w., off
Conn, and R st. _ ________
GIRL. White, for general housework: stay
nights: must have references; $8 week.
Box 147-T. 8tar._
GIRL, white, general housework, cooking
and laundry. 3 in family; live in; room,
board and $5.00 per week. 123 8t. Elmo
ave., Bethe&da. Md. Wis._8071._
GIRL, white, general housework, cooking,
care of Infant; references; live in. Ran
dolph 5738. __
GIRL, neat, healthy, to keep house foj*
gentleman In small apartment during
illness; $5 a week. Lincoln 5T18-R. _
HOU81 KEEPER. white; Silver Spring; em
ployed couple, girl 4; no heavy laundry;
Sundays off: $5 week Private upstairs
room and board. Call Shepherd 5320-W.
LAUNDRESS, white, good, some housework:
large family, in suburbs; stay nights.
Shepherd l!»2Si. _ _
WHITE OR COLORED—Middle-aged gen
eral houseworker and cook for family: $35
Per month and live in. Emerson 55m!
WHITE HOUSEKEEPER wanted. Call
Clarendon :»48-W._8 to 7 p in._23*
WOMAN, colored, settled, general house
work. cooking: adults; no Sundays; stay
nights: $0 week. Walnut_7*8o.
WOMAN, white, settled, do general house
work. help care for baby, familv of 3: a
fine home for the right party; $35 month.
Write in own handwriting to Mrs. J. W.
Miller. 407 University dr.# University Park.
Md.
YOUNG WOMAN, white, care of Infant,
light house-work; nice surroundings; refs.
Randolph Jo88. after 0 p.m.
SITUATIONS MIN.
ACCOUNTANT, expert; books started au
dited. kept part time, statements, prompt; 1
local refs very_re»sonable._Adam* !#7 !*♦>.
CHAUFFEUR - HOUSEMAN, experienced:
gardener: D. C. and Maryland licenses,
free to travel: city refs. Col. WHJ*.
ENGINEER 5th-class, good maintenance i
man. married, wants position. Decatur
2803. •
EX-NAVY GUNNER S MATE wants job as
guard or watchman: will consider any
thing. Lincoln 0518-W. 23*
FARMER, young married man' wanu
farm work; capable of managing farm.
Write full details. Box 43 l-S Star 33*
PAINTER, white, first-class, wants”job.
contract work. Call -Russell.” Walnut
7143. 25*
PHARMACIST, r e g~in~D~T C,”and Viu
wants regular or part-time work; good ref.
Col. MGJI-J or Box 4o5-S Star. 33•
YOUNG MAN. colored, desires job as truck '
drp.es on any kind of truck; references.
Lincoln 7 838.
SITUATIONS MEN & WOMEN.
COUPLE, colored desire work together. ;
e v p«»nrneed c haufTeur-hou.senian. woman
«•. penenceci cook and maid, willing ’.o leave ;
ckv I«n summer- hi'-t-clasa city reference.-,.
Call Wisconsin j.
SITUATIONS WOMEN.
BOOKKEEPING or general office work by
lttti:,. *\p. m mill offices would like per
sonal interview. Box 4\f.’-S. S' a 1 •
COLORED exp. typist or general office
work, lull or part time. 510 E>e st. n.w. :
COMPANION, educated refined, nursing
experience to lady or gentlemen free to 1
travel, 3*15 per week. Box 45U-S. Star..
GIRL colored, wants dressmaking and
plain sewing by day, at. home or out. Call
Lincoln _4144. • |
NURSE. undergraduate. companion to
elderly lady, any case considered city or
seashore A-l reference. Dim 7 nS.'L •
NURSE-GOVERNESS 5 yrs.1 exp . hospital
training. .» yr- college, ref,, reasonable.
Greenwood 'Mid.
REFINED YOUNG LADY desires work, well
educated experienced rypi*t and cashier,
good companion musical athletic, good
driver, good character, willing worker,
unattached Box 44*-S. Star •
SECRETARY, expert stenographed also
experienced in bookkeeping accounting,
mimeographing and every phase of office
work, public stenographer last five vears.
Box 4.‘:s-S Star •* 4 •
STENOGRAPHER high school graduate
and business college training can take
dictation at Jper minute. Coi.

SITUATIONS DOMESTIC.
COLORED GIRL wains general housework, j
stay some nights, reference. ;i7 H
ne Mu <1145.
DAY'S WORK or part-time work by colored
Kiri. Call North
GIRL colored, wishes general housework,
any kind goodreference. Columbia M7-:.
GIRL, colored, reliable, intelligent, wants
job a- mother's helper or cleaning office.
Call North *7ul .
GIRL colored honest, neat. Wants job
general housework: good cnv reference:.
Lincoln 17>o-W.
GIHL colored, wants general housework,
iull or part l ine, stay nights; references.
Lincoln Ji ll 7-M
GIRL colored, wants joo as general housr
uuiker and plain cooking. Columbia
GIRLS \\ neat want work: stay nights;
city references. North
GIRLS colored, neat, honest, reliable,
rook. Southern maid: with reference: gen
eral housework Dec .J.hid
WOMAN, colored experienced, wishes
day s work. Call North tiul4.
PERSONAL.
FALSE TEETH REPAIRS WHILE YOU
wait. Emergency Laboratory Room 601.
Westory Bldg._ 14th and F. Met. 18,33.
HEMORRHOIDS eradicated by my
own method. Results effective for a life
time or money back. Write for booklet. No
drucs or sureer.. DR SOMMERU ERCK.
13rt'._Co!umbla_rd _Adams 0388
MISS LITTLE FORMERLY WITH THE
Modern Beamy Shop, is now with the
Constance Beamy Shoppe. McRf'holds
Ap: 18th and C." sts. n.w. Phone
National 80N1. Extension 7**1. •
INVALID DESIRES TO SHARE APART
nitnt with person ot refinement, m ex
change for some services Col. 7.3118-J.
1114 Columbia rd . Apt. 303.
HEAL SERVICE FOR TRAVELERS OR ANY ;
one nut permanently located. We maintain !
permanent address, mail ami forward mail
lor you. Strictly confidential. For details
write J HALE Springfield. Va. •
HILL SCHOOL OF DANCE.
MONEY-BACK GUARANTEED COURSE
4336 Georgia Ave N.W._Adams 4566.
WANTED — SUNNY ROOM IN
i nursing home for young conva
lescent tubercular patient. Box
282-T, Star.
_MOTOR TRAVEL.
TO IDS ANGELES CONVENTION FIRST
j of Juu<* and return in Lineoln-Zephyr:
will stay about 3 Weeks, want 3 passengeis
Box 150-T. Star
GRAND RAPIDS. MICH —LADY DRIVING
coupe Saturday or Sunday v;;>. Akron, hall
tram fare._North 1 -**_’(* Apt. .‘{*23._
LEAVING FOR NEW YORK CITY
through Harrisburg May 4lh take 3 pas
senger/; share expenses. SPARTO. Col.
0579. 28*
LEA VINO FOR LOS ANGELES MAY lTtT
so. route- fake l: ref.: discuss terms.
Shepherd 4737-W after 5:30 p.m.
_ BEAUTY PARLORS.
EXCESSIVE WEIGHT SAFELY REDUCED
Wonderful French method used. Dr Della
Ledendecker. 3035 O st n.w. West 1130
PERMANENTS, $1.95.
Finger wave. 15c; manicure. 15c. Met. 7T7S
Mabe’le Honour School. ].*Ho N. Y. Ave.
CAMERA REPAIRS.
CAMERA REPAIRING.
FULLER & d'ALBERT. INC.,
815 loth St. N.W. Phone National 4712.
HOME IMPROVEMENT COMPANI IS.
KITCHEN REMODELING.
WOOD AND METAL CABINETS
SINKS RANGES. REFRIGERATORS.
SEE OUR DISPLAY KITCHENS
KITCHEN EQUIPMENT CO.
_3 012 K St. N.W. Met. 1502.
ALTERATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS
By Expert* In Modern Housing
On Most Easy Terms.
MODFRN STREAMLINED
KITCHENS. BATHROOMS.
RUMPUS ROOMS. INCLOSED PORCHES.
STORE FRONTS. ETC.
THE HOUSING IMPROVEMENT CO
71(1 14th ST. N.W.__Dist. :t(KI5.
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 Firm.
We Finance Where Others Don’t.
Federal Contracting Co.,
913 New York Ave. N.W.
NAT. 7410. NIGHT RAN. 0033.
__;_22*
REPAIRS & SERVICE.
BEDDING. MATTRESSES, box springs and
pillows reno.: beat prices and prompt del.
Wash. Mattress Co.. 319 L at. a.w. Nat. 0079.
P ARPTTN'rii’R work, all branches.
C/AItr BjIN 1 JfjK Reasonable. L Nel
son. Republic 1400._25*
CARPENTER AND BUILDER, i
New work; remodeling, cellar to roof:
brick, plastering, cement, painting; refer
encea. 8LAVITT. _Randolph_2915. 23*
Electrical Fixtures, f‘ngrnandvr&
finishing of metal goods. Rosa At Well*.
915 12th n.w. District 6648.
ELECTRIC WIRING,
psirs. fi-r. house fixtures fc base plugs. 950.
Regsl Elec. Co., 849 Upshur n.w. Col. 8391.
TTT.OORR Banding, finishing. Reason
r uuuno able l T. Folk. 6357
Sherrler pi. n.w. Cleveland 0528.
FLOOR WORK—Sanding »nd finishing.
Prices reasonable, work guaranteed, c. C.
Deaton. 803 Longfellow. Geo. 8458.
. A
REPAIRS fir SERVICE.
(Continued.)
PAINTING AND PAPER HANGINGrTn*
tenor decorator. Harry C. Lee, Jr
Atlantic 0772.__
PAPERING—Responsible mechanic! rea
sonable; estimates. Grpenwood 105'-J
any time. 2119 Perry st.. Mt. Rainier. Md.
PAPER HANGING AND PAINTING. Will j
paper room for $5 and up. I satisfy. J N
Tolson. Lincoln 2028-J. 25*
PAPER HANGING done bv exp. men: work
guaranteed; prices reasonable; estimates
cheerfully given._Atlantic_f»801-J._
PAPER HANGING this week only. $o750
per-room: 19.28 washable, sunfast papers:
work guaranteed. Adams 1591.
PAPER HANGING and painting. Rooms
$4 up. Five-room house, $25. Atlantic ,
9219.
PLASTERING, stucco, cement, chimneys!
waterproofing, basement, damp walls, leaky
roofs. After 0. Minnick. Lincoln 4095-J.*
PLA8TERING. repairing and new ceilings
by experienced mechanics; prompt, guar
anteed service: prices reasonable. Met.
1225. _ 2:*
PLUMBING AND HEATING'
Remodeling and repair work. Established
19lo. R. E. Dove, Joi»8 G st. n e. Lincoln
7904._
RUGS domestic washed: special. 25c un
til May 1: 9X12. *4.00: 2 rugs. $4 25;
8x10 *2.00 2 rugs. *2.25; 2x5 7 5c. 2
for *ltii». Call SOS. Adams 5712.
SLIP COVERS, tailor made, luw as $12 95.
‘.'-piece set. Upholstering low prices.
"Standard'1 912 7 th n.w. _ Met. 0282. •
TYPEWRITERS—Portables, all make; re
built and gue.ianterd will pick up and de
! liver. $5 48-hour service. Public Ex
1 change. 812 F st. n.w. Republic 02x9. ;5*
I UPHOLSTERING, rerkMIK8:
Some work done in home. Weaver. 14 11
| Parkwood pi. Adams J 1*4 7. Adams 8401.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
FOOL) STORE. large modern; truck* beer
license. refrigeration No reasonable
offer refused. Randolph 5013 after T d m.
GAS STATION, clears *loo wkly. profit,
i Also parking lot. opp. largest Govt. b!dg..
I downtown, low rent. 3-year lease does
. $:t.nno monthly business; sells l.T.ono gals,
monthly, high-pressure -rar washing, etc.:
*T.5on; terms Capital Adulating A:
Finance Co., loo* H st. n.w Met 4*13.
A GROCERY STORE for sale cheap. 310<j
loth st. n.w. Apply in rear 33*
MILLINERY SHOP, in downtown location.
Mocked with high-grade merchandise. A
real buy for the right person. I-:IT 13th
st n.w. Phone Republic 0530 or Shepherd
1500.
ROOMING-APTS. Col. rd. at 14th 13
rms. 4 bath rent *s<> income. *34 5.
dean and all filled >1,350, easy tern;'
Miss McCown. 100M H ft. Met. ^M3.
GROCERY, doing >300 wkly.: rent > 1 < <
price onlv Nl.ti.50: bargain. Capital Ad
justing Ar Finance Co. ions II v n.w.
HAND LAUNDRY and dry cleaning store
eat. caxii-and-curry business, reasonable
■ rent. >lo. 14<»l V M n.w. 3 I •
i NEW BAKERY SHOP lor rein ready jor
operation in Southeast, rent reasonable.
Phone Atlantic ' .51
ROOMING or boarding Ogden t . off
i DOh; 3 rms., 3^ baths beautiful lurni
I lure 3-car. brick garage, easy
terms. Mrs. Reach ltms H Mt :. 4M3.
j DESIRABLE STORE in Hyausville 35x>u.
i two window- sandwiched between Wool
j worth s large, new .5 and 1" and Peo
ples Drug Store. The HOTTEST business
spot In the city. Ideal for radio, millinery
| ami dre.ses, men’s wear or juvenhe shop.
Phone Met. ‘*351.
| RETAILERS CLASS B LICENSE lor sale.
I yery_j-*as._Call North 413.5
GROCERY, sale or rent, in Maryland l1*
i miles from D. C good location for beer
garden. Rent, $35. including 4-rm. ap*.
Met. >533.
| DOUGHNUT SHOP fully equipped, will
■ sell fixtures anu lease. Fl5o<»". Nice
i location for sandwich or salad shop. A
bargain. Adams 344»i. •
OWNER wants to sell a gues’ home tha*
really pays: reason, has bought farm and
, wants to move a' once; will sacrifice: long
j lease: new furniture attractive dining
i room: two hundred fifty dollars above all
; expenses: oil hea*: two Thousand five
hundred cash, bal. easy terms. Dupont
j '043. 34*
FOR SALE>—Men' shop and countrv prod
| uce place, fullv equipped, cheap ren* rea
sonable. 3!»o4 Lee highway, Cherrvdaie.
■ Va until noon Sunday ■
GASOLINE STATION corner equipped.
! going business: should make good living:
price. *T5n ca'h. Box 443-S. Star
; LUNCH-BEER, busy business street; com -
. pletely equipped excellent business; lease,
price. FI.xoo. Box 4'*-S. Star * __
SELECT ROOMING AND BOARDING
COLONIAL HOME
Best location in Alexandria Va. 3-vear
lea'-e. Low rent. No information given
i over "elephone.
JOHN F. GARRETT A' CO .
I 1<>3 South Washington St . Alexandria Va.
CHATTEL NOTES
PURCHASER Bub Hollander. Met. 4‘K1.
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE.
ACCORDIONS—Clearance ol all recondi
tioned instruments. 12-bass models.
Mh.'iO: 48-baas model.-. Mi» 176-bass .
models. *66; one ]2o-bass rie luxe Cellini.
$128.50. Easy terms. Natl. 4 73«». Kitt s.
1330 G st.
ACCORDIONS—We have a good selection
of slightly used instruments, a.l fully
j guaranteed. 12 bass model- 818. 4s ba.s
I models. *65: 120 bass models. *70. Terms.
National 3223. Arthur Jordan Piano Co..
| corner I3*h and G Ms. n.w
ACCORDION, beautiful. new. 120-bass
Bertini with case sacrifice For infor
t mation call Greenwood 345*8._
ADDING MACHINE!—Burroughs, like new
i condition: guaranteed ‘ UNITED. ’ $13
14th__.st.__ Republic 1177 _____ 23* _
ANTIQUES—Largest collection in city;
Victorian chairs, tables chests, bric-a-brac,
prints, frames. Edelson. 618 5th st. n w.
ANTIQUES—Entire stock of fine spool beds.
• Tables, chairs, desk, frames, sofas. *lo up
chests. .*$ up. Waxier, 1014 Huh st. n w.
|_ ' 23*
ANTIQUES—Valuable lurniture. glass and
china arrived from Lancaster. Pa. will
be sold a1 public auction on Saturday.
April 23. at 2 pm. Big opportunity for
antique dealers. Open for inspection. Eh
Alper. Rockville. Md.
ANTIQUE MAHOGANY DINING TABLES
sideboards, chairs, small grandfather and
grandmother clocks.
VAN DYNE ANTIQUE GALLERIES
I 2625 Connecticut A\e. Col. 6046
ARMATURE generator and motor ex
1 change: starter and electric motor repairs.
rewinding brushes and b«h- for all re
; frigerators. washing machines: lowest
prices. Harris Armature Co., l»tli and O n.w.
•> •» •
: hABY CARRIAGE HeyWOud-WnKitltrld tine
i brown iced new tiles and enamel, $8.5u.
1 1318 Kennedy. Georgia 5374 _ _ •__
| BEAUTY EQUIPMENT - Eugene "mid Real
j isfic permanent machines, dryers, elec.
1 fans, etc_Sacrifice Cie\ 4730._
| BEAUTY PARLOR EQUIPMENT complete.
; Lesa than d month? oid Appiy 657
Orange_£L_b e. l.incoln dt»33._ _
I BEDROOM SUITE I * * u i-piece good Coiidi
1 lion: $5u. Alter o pm. Ap:. 3 44»*
Mellon jsl. Congress Heights_24*
BEDROOM SUITE studio couch, dressers
! refrigerator, beds complete porch rockers
stove, vanity. Edelman 3.;i*H Georgia ave. •
BEES—Italian. J 6 hives, w intered with
full extracting super on each hive, m ex
cellent condition, one extra super with
each hive: reasonable. Inquire after 5
P in. or Saturday 12«>4 Grace Church rd..
Woodside. Silver Spring. Md. _2.3*
BEER AND SOFT DRINK bottle cooler.
Crosley. elec, excellent condition: *7 5.
73.11 Georgia ave. n.w. Quality Pharmacy.
BEVERAGE COOLER. Frigidaire. 156
bottle sire, also some Ice coolers at the
stole of Arthur H Todd. 3418 R. I. ave.
lie. Greenwood 15nl. Open till 5* pm.
BICYCLE, bo.vs: like new reasonable.
Inquire 1313 Harvard st. n.w.
BOOKCASES, used, mahoganv and oak
finish. Bargains. Washington Salvaee Co.,
new location. 800 E n.w. Natl 8266.
BRICK. LUMBER AND PLUMBING ma
terials at bargain price' from hundreds nf
wrecking robs, reconditioned and neatly
arranged for your easy selection at Hrch
tnger's. You’ll save time as well as money
by coming to any of otir four yards. We
quote delivered or undelivered. Phone
orders Atlantic MOO
HECHTNC.ER CO, Used Material Dept.
15th A- H Sts. N.E. fith At C Sts. S W.
5925 Oa. Ave^ N.W.__1905_Nichola_S.E.
BRICK AND LUMBER—20.000 ft. used
lumber. 2x4-6-8. :(X4. 4xtl: sheathing. Ger
man siding, flooring. $12 50 per thousand:
50.110(1 hard bricks: loo sash- .‘15c each:
doors, $1 ea. Wrecking 21 houses. 400
block V n.w. American Wrecking Co.
Lincoln 2244. Wr buy buildings to wreck.
BULOVa. Elgin. Waltham. Benrtis and
Hamilton ladies' and men's yellow gold
wrist watches. $17.50: wur:h no to $45:
guar, perfect: other good watches as low
a' $5: take your cboitc. save pleoiv money,
i Dixie Pawnbrokers' Exch, Ill's H st. n.e.
Open to O pm . Sundav to 7 om •
! CLOTHING—Men's newr and slightly used
suits, topcoats $5. $7 and $U,5o each: best
! selection. Save money. Dixie Pawnbrokers'
’ Exch, 111$ H si. 11 e Open till Opm*
CORNETS—Two reconditioned instru
ments. special at $15 and $17. guaranteed.
Arthur Jordan Piano Co., corner 17th
and G sts. ___
CROSS FOX FUR NECKPIECE, good con
dition : $75._147 Wue st. n.w._
DISK, muhog: chairs, large mirror old
pine chest drawers, drop-leaf table, aingle
bed. Wilton carpet, hooked rugs Murrell
Studios. Emerson 7509. 2219 Wisconsin.
DINING ROOM SUITE, solid walnut, hand
carved, almost new. cost $600: sacrifice.
515 Sheridan st. n.w._ _
DINING ROOM SUITE $35: apt. sire
Oriole gas stove. $4; 2-burner gas plate,
$2: 9x12 Wilton rug, $20; 6x9 rug. $10:
walnut vanity. $10; dresser to match.
$10. Call Friday eve.; leaving city. No
dealers._207 Douglas st. n.e._*
DINING RM. SUITE. 10-pc. period ma
hogany; like new. By appointment. Wis
consin 2819._0717 Conn._aye. n. w.
DINING SUITE. 10-piece; 3 "single beds'
complete: 1 double bed. complete; 2 dress
ers._«07_4th st. n.w. Apt. 15.__98*_
DRESSES—Will pay you to visit our new
dress shop just opened. We-have the
latest styles at lowest prices as low as $2.
Nothing over $2. Sif.es 14 to 57. Give us
a trial._3214 Georgia ave. n.w._
DRUM SET. up-to-date: will sell cheap.
CaU_ Greenwood 2617. 6-8 pm
ELECTRIC RANGES—G. E, installed free:
4-burner, slightly used; terms. Maryland
Electric Appliance Co, 106 Baltimore blvd,
Hyattsvllle. Greenwood 1975. Open till
9 p.m. ___
ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS—Frtgtdatre.
direct current. $70; Crosley Shelvador, $70
(both like newi; Crosley Shelvador. $35.
■mltn'a Storaga Co.. 1313 You at. n.w.
North 3343.
i a
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE.
(Continued )
fans, new and usedTa.cT-cfr . S5 up, re
pfTLr'!c1' exchanged. (iO-inch floor pedestal*
t>.l. ..»<»: exh’st. Idi.iiS up. Cany, lflilg 14th.
FIXTURES and cash register Inr aale.
cheap; going out ol business. iris 7th
st. n.w.
FKjGIDAIRE, gemiin<.r»rcuhlc~f t.Tsllghtly
used; guaranteed; late model; very reason
able. Apply 5<iS H st. n.w.
FRIGID A IRES— Save money on good rt
conditioned and repossessed' also a few
floor models and new ]<1:17 models at re
duced prices. Authorized Frigidaire 8«]e§
and Service Station. Open until ft pm.
Arthur H. Todd. 11418 R. I. ave. n.e. Phona
Greenwood J.,tU.
FURNITURE. ETC.—Saturday's sale at
Vieschlers Auction. (Un E st. nw. In
cludes suites, odd pieces, electric refriger
ators. radios rugs, carpet, etc . bv order
s»oraRe companies; also high-grade new
.spring suits, coals.
FURNITURE—-Com pie t,e f,or on(, room?
kitchen and bath, includes inner-spring
double mattress, 4 chairs and dine*** rabl®,
e'c. Must sell Immediately! ] non p «t
n.w.. Apt. 035. Met O'.40. ”4*
FUFtNITURE—-Lease expires May ]7* T
must sell entire s’ock used furniture at
sacrifice price, f; 1 o ;*th st. n.w. ‘1“ •
GASOLINERANGE. table-top. laying henv
i »-i . rowboat, all reasonable. Fairfax
4 -.J-4.
GAS RANGE BAROAINS-~Brand-new floor
samples, all styles and sizes, a* unbelief -
ab.y low prices also rebuilt ranges lowest
prices J. s. LeFevrr Inc *?nn7 K st. n w.
GAS RANGES. 4n ‘ Quality"; used. De
liver any place in D. C. for $5 each. 1.V4
L s r. n.w
HEALTH MACHINE, electric Baftle Cree^i
Midi v.\r>. Call after 5:3u. 1 HOO a st v*\
ICE BOXES, from *’to inn pound capar
iTv lo\ price' also reconditioned elrc re
frigerators sSee Arthur H Todd 34 1 fc R I
av»* n Greenwood J 50] .Open till U p m!
INSULATION—Have your home insula'*1'!
nnw Lowest prices Term- Washing
ton Appliance Co.. Columbia tr.’in
OIL PAINTINGS < , American rose*. dJ*
l!»xin each. Can be seen any
time Randolph 5*70
PIANO—Small-size spinette pfano iTithtly
used, no* reduced tn 5<5 *a«y t#rmc.
National 4730. Kitts, 1330 G st. Open
evenings.
pianos for RENT—Standard mike
spinerr*. ?5 a month Rent paid applies
r>n purchase price if you huv la*»r v§*
3'.-‘-3- Arthur Jordan Piano Co . ’corner
Uth and G m.s.
PIANOS - Used nprif rd f I 0 ci*h.
delivery e>:?ra or you can haul them your
self- Decatur 5300. The Piano 6hop.
1 14th at. n.w
PIANO—Slightly used small sir* *tud o
upright special, to close out *r<* Ea*v
terms National 3'M3. Arthur Jordan
Piano Co corner 13th and G fits.
PIANO—-Latest mode; Colonial style spm
e".e used lor abou’ four month' *itp
A repos ession r. can be purchased h*
anyone who will continue the *m mor.’h.v
payments. National -i*.’*.*:?. Arthur Jordan
Piano Co., corner 13th and G s*s
PIANOS Gulbranser. *5o St reck, «5n” «
r.iilv.i* *4.">: Hallft A.- Davis. *.'{5 Smith
o 01 d l e. _J., 1.{ You n.v.-. North 3313
PIANOS—We cut prices deep on a large
lt .( r of good make grand pianos. Manv
\aiuc' from *135 up. Such fine makes
as K n a be Ch;ck*-r!ng. Suunway Kranich
<v Bach. Premier Wuriitzer. Weber, S'eck,
Starr and Bust A' Cb'ts. Easy term'.
Dera-ur .,'<»<>. The Prano Shop, 1337
J 4t h st. n . w .
PRESSING MACHINE~rebullt by~Hoffman
Li., mode. SA excellent condition, reason
able. l.T.".’ W st. n w
Printing equipment—.-tUonrof goori
.oundrv type Cal! at once and m»Ko
your selections. hx!3. 10x15 and 13xl«
presses. Cabinet. err. See Mr Good
D. H. Walker Supply Co., 1315 J4*h
st. n.w.
RADIO 103H Emerson * 14 05 modeL
-A.I'V ,whlle thpy Apex Elec. Co.
(<»!»-!Uh st. n.w.. a* G.
RADIOS—Philco 1037 cabinet floor mode’
radio' with short wave like r.ew on’*'
X1 * Worth *15. o'her rad,os ^4 45 up
Dixie Pawnbroker' Exchange lnfi H t*
n e Open to !♦ p m Sun till :: v m
RADIOS. Reconditioned sets, *;Vd5. comp
and up. '•-•ube Ma:e«*lc. ir, P-, Apex
Eire. Co. 7nf*-!»th st. n.w *• G
REFRIGERATOR 5 cu ft all porrejain
< »ood condition. Bargain for rash. Ad°x
Elec Co ; ofi-f»th '• n w a* G
REFRIGERATOR BARGAINS brand-new
floor samples also roposse «sed and reron
dirioned morie]? 'owe** p-;r*« j g [m
Fevre. Inc. •.’nit; k fit n.w
REFRIGERATORS - Recondt*lonedL fas
ana electric P'rimdaires Ke’vmafor'. Copc
lands. e*c.. priced from v:£.5" *? barf tins
in air-cooled Electroluxes. ] almost n*w
D;'*nct Electric Co I Dupont Circle. Pa- *
tomac 5f*no. Open evenings
REFRIGERATORS. G. E : limited numbe
new l modei'. big reductions: 5-year
protection: convenient terms Mver* Ar
Flournov. 314 H st. ne Open till 0 pm
REFRIGERATOR! Mayflower. 7 "cubic ft '
excellent condition: porcelain In and ou*
guaranteed price. *45. O'her refr:gerato-s
a.s low a- Tork Radio and E’ec'ric
Co., .c.v: Georgia avp. n w.
REFBIGERTTORS. new and used: «sTow
2s easy terms: Btisranteod P o.
Smith 41.; H sr. n e_Lincoln »>n.AO.
RUGS RUNNERS-— >\ 1 n M 7 An l"?x 14.
^ hooked ;o 5>. Wilron. sin m i«t
_M Studios Emerson T.Aon •
SAXOPHONE? We have 7 reconduloned
Conn instruments that we are closing ou
a: gt^atiy reduced prices, one at 57o. one
a* *!'•. Terms. Arthur Jordan Piano Co .
corm-r l.fh and G sts. n w
•SAXOPHONES — Conn tenor. 5A4 An
Buescrmr a,to. new gold-lacquered *
a;-o "" Easy terms. Natl. 4 7.In
Kitt s. l.7.;n G ’
SERVING MACHINES new and used Old
machines traded m Easy term* Rent’.ra
repair.na. 7417 lK’h^Col 374A
SEWING MACHINES—Singer portabl^r.
r* *-?- linger hand \ acuum cleaner, wor’h
v-*- sacrifice for «I n._.3.327_Conn. ive.
SE4AHNG MACHINES—Singer" dropheads".
hP- Singer portable electric. *27 AO
Singer console electric. *40. P77 F n w
SEWING MACHINES — E>c SoFa'blT
tread.es. jiA up Repairing *L
up. Open eves. .loin 14th n.w. Col. .3rt44
Dealer
TIRES <7 new ■ size A «h*x 1 P; new 17
p:a-e bakery at half price written rinr.
I’llter Col lU.'HJA befnr* 7 p m
i RUMPETS AND CORNETS- -NeV. to’d
uicquered models. Sl'vAn York *37. gold
.acquered Hoi»on. SA \ An *-iVer Cor«
l -'h.'o lfrm'- Natl. 47,30. Kitt'gi
F Y P E WRIT ER s— Underwood. 1 usF over
hauled >! A portable prrfecr. sacrifice.
' -. it ni b, 14 lh Park rd.. Apt. 7. Col.
; t. Dealer.
; TYPEWRITERS — ' Rent latest* noiselesi
portable models. lowest rental rate* Call
Na’ioiih! • >>>, Mr. Hershey, Rermngton
Rand. Inc._
TYPEWRITER Corona portable. No 3
I itiouel :..st like nev. >H.7A. UNITED.’
M3 Mill st. Natl. *;«»♦;;: __
TYPEWRITERS—Royal, standard. *17.An;
Und . >7 1 An new portables, all make.*,. $i
week Rentals Repair?. CENTRAL
Typewriter Co.. i»73 G st. n.w. Nail. M2H.
VACUUM CLEANER Hoover. recondi
tioned ail attachments: practically new;
complete v:o 1 m»«» a st s e. after 5 .in.
VACUUM CLEANERS—Hoover. $12.An,
; Eureka 76 7A Electrolux. 714.50: manv
I nther ’atr models: bond guar like new
Home uemoustralion dav or night BEST
BRANDS CO ._>«'A ! 1th st. n v Natl. 7773.
WALLPAPER room lots for rms. 12x14;
ceiling, sidewall and border. $1 per room
Mahoney Wuilpaper_Co._:t74_Pa. ave. s.e.
WASHERS— Savage washer. 574.AO; Easv
Spinner. 77S».Ao; also new G. E floor mod
e.' at hi?/ reductions. >;«!».:».A *ra» pa.
•*■''4 .! * A. >oo 05. District Electric Co . 1
Dupont Circle Pot. Amin. Open evenings
WASHER Reg >A4 !»A G E Hotpoin
40' ofr for cash. Apex Elec. Co., 700 jnh
st. n.w.. a; G
W'HITE SAND for children's plav boxe*
M bag. delivered Phone Georgia d«4d
SELLING OUT RUGS.
Winter, small room sizes, from *0 o*,
$xll from S1.1.UA; Hxl7. from *1«pa'
Capitol Rug Co 7S71 14th 'a* Harvard'
n w._ Open evenings until Ppm
RE-UPHOLSTERING^
Throe-piece living suit* uphol«t**r»d for
>1.». rovenne and new- inside material in
cluded marie like now in fines* t§pegt- •
and friezetfe. Workmanship guararce^d
LA FRANCE UPHOLSTERING CO"
250i> 14th ST. N.W COLUMBIA 101?2
ATTENTION
Doctors, lawyers, dentists,
office heads, home owners—
We are SACRIFICING three
standard make ROOM COOL
ERS and one complete AIR
COOLING UNIT, suitable for
restaurant, beauty parlor, dress
shop. etc.
If you plan to AIR-COOL your
office, home or shop, by all
means call us immediately for
FREE survey of your quarters
and information on these
DRASTIC REDUCTIONS.
TERMS
Call Columbia 3161
Day or Night
General Refrigeration
Service, Inc.
2109 10th St. N.W. '
BABY CHICKS.
ALL BREEDS, blood tested end earttSeT
Also ducklmss end turkey poults Wm.
James Sc Bon. 619 It st. n.er. Met. 00?

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