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Scaly-Finned Fish Choetodon setifer By LILLIAN COX ATHEY. We find in the genus Choetodon a very large group of beautiful and singular fish. They are particularly abundant in the tropical seas, and especially are they to be found about the volcanic rocks and coral reefs. Usually the body is crossed by trans verse black bars, and the curious form of the fish, together with weird markings, presents a combination that is difficult to imagine, unless you have the live creature to ob serve or an illustration which will give you some idea what these fish do look like. All of the fish found in the waters with the scaly-finned neighbor are especially active. They are ap parently all of one mind, that of obtaining food which consists of small animals hidden under stones, among the plants or hidden in debris of a type present in such places. The scaly-finned fish is a go getter, as you may see from the alert, expressive eyes. And he is colorfully arrayed. Starting with the superior eyes, which are midway in the head, and the pink lips, we note the black ocular bar which is margined in white. This extends from the inter opercle almost to the dorsal fin. About six narrow, golden lines across the interorbital area and eight nar row, dark bars run forward and downward from base to dorsal, the first five extending downward to the humeral region, and the remaining three meeting at right angles. The last three bars belong to a like series of 12 bars on the lower area of the body, while the first nine bars meet the fifth bar of the upper series almost at right angles. The soft dorsal fin is margined in Rector’s Oratory Contest Will Be Held Tonight The rector's annual oratorical contest will be held at 8 o'clock to night in McMahon Hall auditorium on Catholic University campus with the Most Rev. Joseph M. Corrigan, titular bishop of Rilta and Catholic University rector, presiding. Undergraduate students who are members of the Shahan Debating Bociety will deliver orations on “Civic Responsibilities of American Youth” for the two plaques to be given the winners by Bishop Cor rigan. Orators will include two Wash ington students, James C. Turner, ’40, and Robert C. Sullivan, ’43; and Robert F. Doran, ’42, of Long Island, N. Y., and C. L. Maloney, jr., ’40, of Winstead, Conn. Walter J. Donovan, ’40, of Little Falls, N. Y., will be chairman. Judges will be the Right Rev. Laurence J. Shehan, director of chanties for the Archdiocese of Washington; Representative Cos tello of California, and Harry Butcher, vice president of C. B. S. Sonnysayings CTaBerry «■.. ■ Rerlstered D. S. Patent Office. Daddy sent me out in a hurry t’ get the paper. This ain’t no time fer you t’ start repreavin’ it all ®ber the place. TflL CHEERFUL CMU&l My do) progonted me todty WftK just onalittle rui. Ht mliud it not et ell > but, oH — Tbe difference to met OTC*"! CLASSIFIED AD RATES Local Advertisers Three Lines (Minimum) 1 time 23c line....$ .69 8 times 20c line.. 1.80 T times 19c line (consecutively) 3.99 Transient advertisements cash. Additional space pro rata. Claims for errors must be made in time for correction before the sec ond insertion. Situations Wanted Reduced Rates 8 lines, 1 time, 20c line.$ .60 3 lines, 2 times, 18c line.1.08 8 lines, 3 times, 15c line..135 DEATH NOTICES—$1.25 per in sertion for 10 lines or less; 15c per line for additional lines. Business cards under Special No tices and all advertisements under Personal, 3c per line additionaL Business advertisements under , Situations Wanted will be charged the regular classified rate. The Star is the great “Want Ad” medium of Washington, and the • rates charged are far lower than those of newspapers in other large cities. Nothing is so cheap consid ering the results obtained. V t black with an oval black spot on its center. The lower edge of the anal fin has a black stripe which is outlined in bright yellow. The caudal fin is handsomely tipped with violet, two narrowish brown bars crossing the enter. The general color of the fish is an exquisite com bination of violet and yellow, ac centuated by velvety black. The very deep body is compressed, the back elevated. The exceptionally small mouth, and thin lip6 that are quite fleshy, as well as the un usually large scales on the middle, are such field marks as will enable you to identify this fish without difficulty. FOUND, DOG. sm*ll white male, found Saturday morning at 15th «nd N. Y. ave. n.w. Call Wisconsin 6588. _LOST. BRACELET, gold link. Initialed, pictures inside, several stones missing: downtown shopping district. Reward. RA. 3808, KEYR in leather case; lost last week. Reward. CaU Woodley 7710. _ SPECTACLES, dark shell frame. Saturday, bet Interior Bldg, and I72« Era gt. WO. 0353. Reward. __ WATCH, lady's Oruen. “R. V. L." engraved on back: along Cathedral ave.. 28th gt. to Rock Cr. Pk. Reward. Adams 5850-J. WRIST WATCH, man s, Hamilton, yellow initials 'J. F. T." Reward. Georgia <M7Z._ J7» WRIST WATCH, lady's. gold. Swiss Omega. Friday forenoon in front of Doctors' Hos pital. Reward. 2445 Mass. ave. n.w. SPECIAL NOTICES. I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR debts incurred by any one but myself; S2£iSIS especially note. ALBERT B. SCHNEIDER. 161G gt. s.e. 16* L^ILL.wNOTJBE RESPONSIBLE for any finer than those contracted expressly by myself. LORETTA V. BARNES. 909 Virginia ave. s.w j A?E,ARDERRR' HO yrs.' exo.: all RHAkr iC*w done. J c MAR SHALL. East Falls Church. Va.. R. F. D. • ANNUAL MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS.' Washington Permanent Building Arsocl held at the office. R street. Northwest. May 1. 1940. at 3:00 election of officers and directors. „°Den from 10:00 *.m. to COO Dm ^MANN^_BERGM)w5NSecretary. fJRE ESCAPra FIRE-PROOFING. FIR* i1;™’:,, DUPONT IRON WORKS, INC.. NA. 3.60, Adams 8648. nights. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE 8TOCK holders of the Washington Sanitary Hous w?.£?m?anT t111 held at Pi5 F st. n w.. u :on/l°n,i 9- 9- on Wednesday. May 15, 1940. at 4 o clock pm EDWARD L. McALEER. FALSE TEETH REPAIRED _ WHILF1 YOU WAIT _ Pri/ate Waiting Room* 5P“t. S™U- Dental Tech Rms flOl-fln? Westory Bldg. Who 14th at F Met 1R33 A DEAL FUNERAL AT $7F £™T!do* *»me service as one coating SB00 P°Jl ‘waste ‘Insurance money." Cel] DEAL with 2B year* experience Lincoln *200 __HELP MEN.__ m^n°inMhF?A^IC' *killful. experienced rhilrnw h«5A. oorcentage shop. Addison day'n°ght SaIe!' ®** Mr- Spencer Mon ACTO MECHANIC. A-l. all-around man hi?* charge of well-equipped, well-estab shop: only hard worker with good d™^ted £DPl^L *ood opportunity for right man. See Mr. Sechrist. 4532 Wis. *vc. n.w. automobile SALESMEN, experienced. 5 5to, wlIIln« workers, to se'.l V?5fe an<L Plymouth ears and trucks. •Apply at Fred Motor Co., 4100 Georgia ave. Taylor 2900. AVJDMGSILK SALESMAN—Would you be interested in a position where the com n.£ald If 5<* *‘raieht on the sale of and used cars, no trades de hUS»*d« „ ..i0, and willing *0 work, we a .P°5l“°n d*”- b“‘ If not. don’t fmlr-Jt.'i1;- a<fcer‘laement We are only iA'ri te? ,n “? n?an who is willing to work. Answer by letter, giving exp and 72r-YerstarUP,ti°n f°r the past rear B°* BOYS (2). taking pictures on street. CaU »yndf2yoo6N0mcJ° *vP“;eMr‘ Montgom wsf rTw* ALAYER ,‘0 estimate labor on amali brickjiouse_Chestnut 4255. ■ white, immediately, preferably Southern Md.: exnerienced with tobacco, monthly salary, house, garden. wine 2727. P0Ultry- D0‘ «■“ &OOR lAVffiA experienced % stripl c»rrf»'r,Ap1.v t0 foreman on Job at Auburn Gardens. Alexandria. Va. o?°2,rt WANTED—Full Wr/eart,ort‘I?Sil ^tiffi^o?'^; -- 16* FOUNTAIN BOY. about in years of age 1327 Y^*stennee: A_1 re,er'nces- Apply GOVERNMENT EMPLOYES — Excellent earnings available in your spar? time D?erRntSmm.nrtiontIlIan f°f th« sale of new JcA„ir°to jand Plymouth automobiles: popular used-car stock tn sell from Ad dress Box 250-A, Star Office Ad MAN. youn*. own or able to drive light ftVj'gyfl* ca on regular customers in a re stsicted area. Write Box 2?1-Y. Star. MAN, colored, young, delivery wnrir in 7,niRhts DO NOT PHONE1 50Iff Georgia ave. n.w. MAYnAfl-2A who wants en opportunity to iRnrft^ncS«w»«-Sn be placed as dealer for local company. Some sales experience Presi? BTdg*'PfU1' Apply 2'4' 979 National MEAT OUiuak: must have city references and experience. 4131 3rd st. n w MEAT AND GROCFRY~,Unervlsor: refer ence: steady position. State prertous ex istence. quaUflcations and age Box 443-X, MEN, young, need 2. of neet appear aJce' ;or circulation campaign: good adJanS«m*nt. *** Mr- Murray. York1 ave *'n 0ond Bldl- 14th »nd New f,(SAamhiH^,T' ree- D' c : «<x>d opportunity for ambitious young man. Apply Bab bitt s. l loff f st. n.w, _1A« PRESSER. colored, experienced, with chauf SrirBiiiCanS: ?taadT Job Beacon Laun dry, 1114 H st. n.w._ fnrnf.h*'? i ANP CLEANER white: must furnish A-l reference. Enterprise Cleaners, 15 W. North Avenue. Baltimore, Md._ NELJaBLE DEALERSHIP open: advance Wr?te Box *!»!&■ "mR* lor Pr0Per party' yNE FULLER BRU8H CO. can place one Star Wr,fe f°r appointment. Box 212-Y, experienced, in men's *nd furn‘shings; splendid oppor tunity. permanent position. Mutual Stores, Inc., cor. Oth and E sts. n w._ • YOUNG MAN high school grad.: steady position with good pay and future: men’a wear-_142 7 Eye n.w.. Rm. 205. 0:30 to 3. YOUNG MAN, outside collector: one with ®!T. pr£erredJ5!« not necessary; must be able and ambitious._Box 3B-Y. Star. MAN' YOUNG. TO START AS FTLE CLERK ANO OFFICE BOY IN INSURANCE §?MNC.Hn,£1^7.£S„.,DIRECT HAND WRIT STAR APPUCATIONS TO BOX 201-A, CAN USE 3 more men in our organization. _ QUALIFICATIONS. Honesty, sincerity of purpose. A-l ref "enees plus a willingness to work; no i StJ"S14- APP/y 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, 3308 14th st. n w. Room 220. _ REAL ESTATE SALESMEN. 2 experienced salesmen with license to sell new houses. «■*•: «l»o 2 men for Silver Spring section with D. C. and Md. licenses. See Mr. Waple. WAPLE & JAMES. INC.. __1224 14th St. N.W._ 4 COLORED MEN, AT ONCE, Full or part time, to serve regular custom ers: must be neat and have at least sev enth-grade education; age no handicap if active; earnings start at once: average $20 to $30 per week: experience not necessary; business under race management. Apply i :30 to 0 a.m. Tuesday at 2603 P st. n.w. YOUNG MARRIED MAN. I need an energetic and responsible young man to associate with me in busi ness. I prefer a married man over 21 years of age—a man who will do the things that I have done for the last few years can build his Income up gradually to $5,000 per year or more within a rea sonable length of time: the work Itself is pleasant and puts you in contact with a great many people whom this service will benefit; the man who qualifies will be given the benefit of my experience and co operation and actual field training if he wishes it; no investment of money, only consistent and serious application to work that will pay worthwhile returns: you need not have sales experience, but the right kind of character references will be neces sary. Call at 1010 Vermont ave. n.w.. Suite 205, at 7:30 sharp Tuesday morning. SERVICE MANAGER For progressive, volume dealer for Ford, Mercury and Lincoln-Zephyr. Attractive earnings for responsible, cap able, experienced man. An swer, giving previous record. Box 59-A, Star Office. All re plies confidential. HELP MIN AND WOMEN. c6uPLE. color ad: good oook. central house work: yard and handy man; lira in: >«• trances; nearby ya. Ohaatnut 0981. grth <g« MAN (» WOMAN to coach hteh school boy In seometry. After 8. Woodlsy 7906, EMPLOYMENT SERVICES. __BUMWEgg. SECRETARIES. _Experienced and capable betlnners at SSg.J***rl£? WAntad immediately for dally ooenlnas—Now. Rapid typists, food book radhSraii “"gtomettr operators, expd. i ©conical workers. Reg. nurses, nrac. 2gHSLrdSlii®J!erks: male, female! $KR BOMNRL BAR VICK (Met. 1933), 1811 O at. STENOGRAPHERS. NIKD several NOW for openings, many KiJj,1336 week. Dally openings. Book ?h?i?r ;rvs,ac.<;0Untant*; rapId typists, ma chine operators—male and female. NO fth.er!5* FLACK*. Boro s, "accred ited. 1333 P it. (largest—Bit, 83 Trs.) ._ DO MASTIC._ RKUABLS AGENCY, DR. 5881. 1403 11th. nur***- bouieworkars. day workers, waitresses, part-timers, couples. _»_ 18* _HELP WOMEN. ^5^«*r«£J5Sg shop^i?^!?*“^“c*^^totr'beautt pH OP. 8312 Pa. ave. s.e. Atlantic 7945. 58P385FTO: companion for sentlemsn K5rtnndS.IhnItther: Attractl.. home. Wssh iP.ffgP effra”?!.**0 lAunArx: *20 monthly. hAckground. Box joun*. to answer phone, doorbell, fn lrahln'.l #~ni? *’ 7'10, ,n *ue«t house! Sl-A Stu tOT dlnner *ver7 evenlns. Box Wanted by auto sgene7; 5}“*Lh?Tf experience in msklns up con Dhr Bix 22fuY*DRra?tlon* *nd “eoosrs State ace! salary so|!lms 'o.^,tenn^ Wr“* Pler M|Sa5S,.*a™a™v. anas WAITRESSES. two. Phone Oxford 248CT. ____ !«• hnniiiJfik wl,1iP’ unencumbered, for light d«n*tew.mnk*nd companion; under 58 and mi1‘h*“°kK no washing: adults: *15 a month and home. Box 254-A. Star. * HANDBAG SALESWOMAN, XonP* *’0'"»n’.,“»rt appearance, thorough handbK^^Htw Con»>Ie‘« knowledge of •Sui*.g*. with record of superior selling ?.burJ- ..permanent position. Excellent a T; Ilb*r»1 commission. Apply Raleigh Haberdasher, Room 200, 1320 F St. N.W. SHOE SALESWOMAN! If you are a woman of char acter, experienced in fitting children’s shoes, this position in a local high-class store will be of interest to you. State age and experience. Box 242 Y, Star. _HELP DOMESTIC. OOOK. general houseworker. neat, reliable, city refs.: stay some nights: health certlfl Hobart ISTO* 1352 sraura 1,und": COUPLE colored, sober, industrious: man for chauffeur and butler, woman for cook. B&VeOC. Star.™11'**’ ‘“0Ullt dMlred’ GENERAL HOUSEWORKER cook: live In: permanent: good home; muat like children; f7 week: room 1st fl. Hobart 3700. GIRL, white, settled, lire In. apt., care of fna" re1.lnW0: 5?37 h°U“WOrk “d 600k HOUSEKEEPER—Girl to take eare of apartment and small boy; live in: *7 week to start._Taylor 8376._ HOUSEKEEPER colored, part time: 3 cm Ployed young men; clean aoartment, pre pare evening meal. TA. 55SS. after 6. • *21. cook. waitress: lit-fl. work, laundry: children’s nurse, chamber work. _ SITUATIONS MEN. ACCOUNTANT, expe rt: part-time bookkeep kudltedL balanced: tax reports; city refs.: teas. Randolph 3131. BOOKKEEPER-STENOGRAPHER lndua trlous. appreciate work, capable, good edu cation. H. SenteV NA. 2342._» CHAUFFEUR private, white, alngle. 38 kit nl, wishes permanent position with nrlvate family. Rnerson _ MAN, refined, white, no children, wlahea work, butler or butler-chauffeur, country Box^S-Tsur011 Prtmi88,: ”CTlleCt TF MAN. ^ colored, young, wants Job. porter, Northr^10fl4rk *DT klni1’ reference. MAN. colored, place as Janitor In small S?Lor *ener»l useful man; rtf. call at. b40o. _ MAN. middle aged. whlteTTrants lob aa watchman; best of reference. CO. L108-____16* H®*?’1*®: colored want work In cafeteria or houseman or chauffeur; good city ref erences. Hobart 0005. J£NrrpR. excellent ref., night p.mk Dupont ^bttWM° 6 0 m ‘°d 7 iI2T;>1etVr8t,t,Pt "Mr 26, with new car, desires private or business Job: elevator, drug, liquor ex ?£rM.nce:T iS0JJir’ courteoug, neat and re liable. Lincoln 4146. PLACEL my excellent Filipino cook, houseman. Dupont 0986. ^»P5RS9N 2J flr,m interested in a man with D. C. plumbing license. Box **7-a. star. ===-..• ■ ■’ ■ .-J—LJJ SITUATIONS MEN fr WOMEN. COUPLE, colored, cook, houseman, gar dener, driver; willing to leave city; ex perleneed. ME 9590, 223 K at. n w. COUPLE—Butler-valet and cook: flrat-elasa "fences. Write Petermann. 1626 P a" n.w.. D. c. Phone Decatur 0181. • SITUATIONS WOMEN. GDIL, white, nice, reliable, experienced In g.h.w., good with children, willing worker, desires permanent position by May 1st minimum salary. *10 50 week. ai»e full Boxt C227-Y Star *nswer reollM Thursday. penned, desires position as companion to elderly lady or care of child: 1*7*. *1’ *xo- ref- Mls* w- R- C.. 519 14th st. s.e._ 15* NURSE undergraduate, white. 15 yr7~’ experience, take any case. 12-hr. duty: doctor’s reference. Spruce 0208-R. lfl« STENOGRAPHER, 9 yrs.’ legal experience, desires permanent position. AT. 8196-W; weekday*. AT. 1835-W._ig» 8TENOORAPHk;ft-Tk rIST. good education type 65 words minute, dictation 120. MX. 5643.___ __16* TAILORES8. colored, wishes work In store or tailor shop: can furnish ref. LI. 0875-J.18« WOMAN, refined, middle-age. destres po sition taking care of elderly persons, or children during the day: good cook and housekeeper: reference. Box 234-A. Star. SITUATIONS DOMESTIC. COOK or houseworker; respectful colored women; honest: ref. 827 4th st. n.w. Apt. 2,__15« GIRL, colored, honest and neat, wants part-time or day's work or full time; lira out. Hobart 4992. GIRL, colored, g.h.w.. cooking, light laun dry: willing to stay nights: city references. Sterling 9190. before 9 p.m. GIRLS. 2. colored, experienced, part-time. day’s work or mother’s helper; can stay some nights: excellent reference. DP, 0810.» GIRL, colored, high school, wants work after school as a beauty parlor maid or as a keeper of little children; ref. At lantlc 8043 GIRL, colored, wants part-time or day's work: good cook. g.h.w.; reference. At lantlc 8310. GIRL, white, as maid at hotel or board ing house: reference. Myrtle G. Walters. Manassas. Va.* GIRL, light colored, wants Job as maid, boarding house, or any kind of work; reference. Michigan 4829. GIRL, colored, wants work of any kind. Decatur 4247.' GIRL, colored, wants part-time or day’s work, plain cooking; elty reference. Dis trict _4249._ GIRL, colored, wants Job. mother's helper: stay nights; elty reference. Michigan 8639.__ OIRL. colored, wishes Job as nursemaid or cleaning small apartment. 8 to 12. Call mornings. ME 6814. GIRLS. 2. colored, desire foil or part time lob: honest, reliable: reference. Call Un coin 28I7-J. _ LAUNDRY, family or bundle, done at home; shirts a specialty; best refs. Hobart 6418. MAID, colored, experienced, or waitress; references. Phone Michigan 9776. WORKER neat, colored, as maid, or work of any kind: city references: stay nights, Lincoln 5843-J. WOMAN, colored, experienced cook, wishes work; city reference: salary. $10 per week. North 2702. WOMAN, colored, wants g.h.w.: good cook: can stay nights; city reference. Lincoln 3869-J. - _ WOMAN, colored, desires day's work; good reference: experienced, laundress. Du pont 080* STAR FLASHES —By Bruno Screen villan J. CARROL MAifH OWWS A BEAUTY [SHOPPE/ ^ * mm A COLD BLOOOEp KILLER ON THE SCREEN, HUMPHREY BOGART OWNS A HALF INTEREST IN A SHOP WHICH SELLS BABY CLOTHES.1 BORIS' KARLOFF RAISES RARE ORCHIDS/ f V <W«mM kf 1WM fr*. fcju bti ani •» ■ 4 pM. on» SITUATIONS DOMESTIC. (Continued.) WOMAN, colored, wants cooking and laun dry work: will take small salary. North 4847. ________ WOMAN, colored, gh.w., excell, cook, laundry: take full charge: city refs. Hattie, 1114 1st st. n.w._Home_ nights._ WOMAN, colored, refined, desires day's work. 4 momlnis a week; excell, city ref erence. Dupont 1383. INSTRUCTION COURSES. GRBQO SHORTHAND. TYPING, Eng., arlth.. spelling, speed dictation: beginners and reviewers; Indiv. Instr. DB. 3284, » SPANISH—Native teacher, conversational method; beginners, advanced students, small groups. Senor Ramos. Hobart 9715. ____17* WE WANT to get In touch with me chanically Inclined men with character references, now emploved. reliable with fair education, who wish to better them selves by training in spare time at home and later in our shop for electric refrig eration and air conditioning. Write fully. t'*1"* ohone. Utilities Institute. Box 82-A. Star jr* LEARN BEAUTY CULTURE; W^RELYNN BEAUTY COLLEGE. 1210 O 8t. N.W., over Nucent's Dress Shoo. _District 1762._ THE MABELLE HONOUR Beauty Trained Operator Is In Demand. , catalog-easy terms 1340 N. Y. Ave. (Est. 22 Yrs > ME 7778. NAKON BEAUTY SCHOOL. Write for free booklet. National free Bl*£cmenL__3000 14th st. n.w, HO 0100. _ PERSONAL saruse «p. si tuna or money back Write for booklet No M surxery DR SOMMERWERTK 1885 Columbia rd Adams 0388 MEET FRIENDLY FOLKS .TROUGH pay THOMPSON ME. 3118 After 5 or Box 280-A. Pt«e 10* FALSE TEETH REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT _ .. _ Priyata Waiting Booing *■ BcotL Dental Tech Rooms 901-902 Wegtory Bldg.. 805 14th at P Met. 1833. DENTAL PLATES REPAIRED CLEANED POLISHED WHILE YOU WAIT Modern Dental Laboratory. Room 502. Westory Bldg- 14th and P N.W. NE: 0773, CAMERA SERVICE 6 RIP AIRS. CAMERA REPAIRING FULLER & d'ALBERT. INC ASPHALT DRIVEWAYS. DRIVEWAYS—ASPHALT. Prt. homes, parkin*. Iota, tennis courts, eit Ouar. work. Low tlm® pay* m®nt® BLACK TOP ROADS CQ., NA 0464. HOME IMPROVEMENT COMPANIES. ESTIMATES FREE. W?rthl5 Terms—Guaranteed Work. ROYAL CONTRACTING CO., Graduate Englnears. 907 15th 8t N.W National 8803. Night Randoloh 8529 EXPERT REMODELING AND IMPROVEMENTS. __ No Job Too Small or Too Large. PJATTNO asbestos SIDING paperino inclosino porches FAINTTNO RECREATION ROOM sssass* brick AMERICAN HOME IMPROVEMENT CO., 704 13th St. N.W. Republic 2958 - IS* REPAIRS b SERVICE. CARPENTER REPAIRS, recreation rooms screen*, shelving, cedar cloaets; reasonable; terms. L. R. Nelson. Republic 0645. CHAIR CANEING g«*«TO; rockers splinted CLAT ARMSTRONG 1235 10th st n.w. Phone ME 2062 DUNKEL’S REPAIR SHOP? Recreation rooms, porch ineloilng. fcreenlng. Office and showroom 4714 14th «t, n.w. TA. 1220, lfl« ELECTRICIAN—When you need an elee SiTithe»®W1? 8h0B Sn Wheel*. District 6171. No lob too small. ELECTRIC WIRING £**»*•£ leta. iwpalrj old house* a specialty Regal Flee. Co.. 3609 Oeorgla are Rand_ 8391 FLOORS *»nd*d reflnlshed. Papering. _ painting. Special rates. Call Ben. North 3582. 17* P ATNTTNn DiPVDTVn *a* m tinITT!-ZTT" chanics: time payments If preferred: guar anteed workmanship: free estimate*. OO. 1H 4 a"irl fro. PAPER HANGING, painting, plastering: c]ean work: low prices: hundreds of satisfied customers: refs. Call TA. 1 880. PAPER HANGING this week only. *8 50 Per loom: 1040 washable, sunfast papers* work guaranteed. Michigan 5315 PAPER HANGING AND PAINTING—Ex pert, reliable service, interiors, exteriors: roofs painted: *11 up. H. Slddley. AT 8821. PAPERING, five-room, two-story hall house $40 complete; good workmanship; esti m»t*» whlte mechanic. Adams 1550. ME. 8148. PAPERING Rooms. *5 up. Palnt ^.KeenerifWhlt* “•eh“'««* PAPERING.'paintino. "interior and ex t*rlor. We use Dutch Boy lead and lin seed oil. We mix paint on Job. We use washable 8unfast papers. Also plastering floor reflnlshlng. Our work Is guaranteed". 30 years In business. Rock-bottom prices. Father and son, Randolph 8773. PLUMBING AND HEATING. Jobbing and remodeling a specialty: 24-hour service. Harry E. William*. North 6248. PLUMBING AND HEATING—Reliable serv ice. Repairing, remodeling R. E. Dove, established 1810, 1008 O n.e. LI. 7984. Radio Trouble? P** *«*;: work guar. __ • 3 mo Honest prices. MID-CITT Radio Bhop, 9-9 P.m NA. 2802. RUGS »afe, thorough, at a saving. Luwin Co., 1725 7th Bt. N.W. NO. 9180. 20» RUGS q.rl*n“> »n<J domestic: best iluuu’ shampoo, expert repairing: hon esty. reasonable. V Arslan. Emerson 6337 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. ATTR. FLOWER BHOP for sale In rapidly developing n.w. section. 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. weekdays. Woodley 2344. Evenings and Sunday, Emerson 7985. _ BEAUTY SALON—Refined clientele and excellent location. Box 192-Z. Star. Alter 8:30 p.m., call Atlantic 5552-J. RESTAURANT-LIQUOR—Net* better than l^OOt^^rearly. Cash or real property. DINING car' doing *600 wkly; low rent; *2.500 down handles. Bob Hollander, 907 Tower Bldg. ME. 4813. ROOMING HOUSE, downtown, clears #200 monthly; 22 rooms: low rent; must sell; might trade. Owner, ME. 1857. RESTAURANT. 521 Maine ava. s.w.. corner O st.* opp. car barn: good business; estab. 48 yrs. Sacrifice. Owner. GAB STATION and servlcenter. on Wilson blvd., Arlington. Va.; priced for quick sale. Albert H. Cohen. 1042 N. Irving st., Arl., Va. Chestnut 1681. Res.. Chestnut 4790. GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET, doing large cash business; owner has other busi ness. will sacrifice. Albert H. Oohen, 1042 N. Irving st., Arl.. Va. CH. 1681. Res.. OH. 4790. FINANCIAL BACKING WANTED for a patent Kodak which will taka S pictures on one film. Call 300 B st. g.e.17* NR. OONN. AVK—11 ms.. fuUy Rung; A BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. (Continued.) TAILOR SHOP, beautiful business, beautl ful store, beautiful location, lots of new work and repair work: a good, going busi ness for over 14 years; must sell on ac count of Illness._Mg. 9543._16* CHATTEL NOTES. Highest Prices Paid. Money Same Day. Bob Hollander. Tower Bldg. ME. 4813. ROOMING HOUSES WANTED AT ONCE. List your rooming or boarding house business with us for a quick and satisfac tory sale. Buyers waiting. WINFIELD & THURM, ••Wash 's la-gest rooming house brokers." nn8 10th St. N.WNA. 9654. _MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. ACCORDION—No need now to put off starting lessons on that Instrument you have always wanted to know how to play! If you want to start, we will loan you an Instrument without charge or deposit of any kind All it costs you Is a nominal fee for private lessons, which you pay for as they are taken, not In advance. You are free to take the Instrument home If you wish. The same offer is available on marimba, saxophone, trumpet, drums, guitar, violin, clarinet, trombone ana xylophone Kltt's. 1330 O st, ACCORDIONS—Buy at the Piano Shop and *sve Brand-new 120-bass Instruments. *125; used 48-bass Bertlnl. *15; used 120 b»ss Hohner. *59 50; used 120-bass Venutl. Par *1 weekly. Republic 1590. The Pla.no Shop, 1015 7th st. n.w. OPEN EVENINGS. at dealer’s prices, to close out 1939 models: 6-room house fan as low as *48.50, Call Mr Warner. NA. 3068. _ ANTIQUE CRYSTAL CHANDELIER.'*40: 5 «>»” erms. wired, ready to hang. Kapneck. 1419 N st. n.w PE, 4538-J._16* ANTIQUE crystal chandeliers, sliver servleg of all types, figurines china, paintings, furniture, glassware, arms and armor, Jew Dt£' liHin’*y 1724 2«th st. n.w. ANTIQUES—"Breeches" Bible. Christopher Barker publisher. London. 1578; Chlpoen ?*!• ®ot* chairs, card table. Hepplewhlte bed. Queen Anne and early American wing back chairs, paintings by old masters (in cluding Pietro da Cortona's "Holy Pam L'l.i ‘na other artists. Phone National 3 0 4 3._ • bedroom. llv. room suites, studio couch. Phvfe, table. 0.1 washer. WK DO MOVINO. Edelman. 3303 Georgia ave. ♦ BRICK, fine, hard red brick from wrecking °Lp- £ ft.'1, 19th »nd B »t». s.e. White pine sheathing H. HERFURTH. Jr., INC. __Sgitetpan at job Bite. ®,5H!£r"S0n-9W' good used brick from the old Abbott School at 6th and N. T. ave. n.w. Also lumber, gash, etc. Apply on lob or our yard. _ ACE WRECKINO CO.. RE. 3060.56 F St. S.W. BRICK LUMBER ft PLUMB INO MA TERIALS. REMOVAL NOTICE—Hechlns er a store at 6tb and C sts 8 W . la discon tinued due to construction of a large food warehouse Now 3 convenient stores. Main Offlce—15th ft H Sts. N.E. Brlghtwood—592.5 Oa. Ave. N.W Anacoetla—1905 Nichols Ave. SJt. HECHINGER CO.. _Phone Orders, ATlantlc 1400,_ CAMERA. Mercury, with case. l.OOO-aeoond weed, federal flxed-focua enlarger; both for $25. RA. 8137. CHEST OF DRAWERS. Colonial, very old: *30. 3-piece living room suite, handsome: 565. Mahogany library table. #20. Small Oriental rug. lounge chairs, mlrrore. Lorgeo 8tudloa 3520 Conn. ave., Apt. 22 CLOTHING—Large selection of slightly used spring suits and topcoats. $5 and up. Berman’s. 1122 7th st. n.w. Open evenings and Sunday mornings._ DISPLAY CASES, all slses at deep cut pr ces; no money down; liberal trade In. Atlas. 921 O st. n.w. PI. 3737. ELECTRIC IRONER. #20; Plano. *30: Phllco 9-tube radio. #20. All good con dition Call after 4:30. Michigan 0723. ELECTRIC RANGES—Standard makes of 1939 and 1940 models. Over 50% off list prices. Brand-new ranges as low as 549 Used Westlnghouse and others, #19. No money down: terms. Unusually liberal trade-in allowance. ... ATLAS APPLIANCE COMPANY, Washington's Largest Appliance House. _ 921 O St. N.W.. Entire Building. District 3737. Open Eves Till 9 P.M. FURNITURE, walnut dining rnT suite. good condition. Boat lamps. No dealers. Call after 6 p.m., Georgia 7817. FURNITURE—3-piece Kroehler bed-daveiT port suite. $28: Sunday and evenings. Apt. 209, 18 9th st. n.e. LI. 9551.16* FURNITURE BARGAINS—Fine quality fac torr floor samples at great savings for cash, STAHLER'S, 625 F st. n.w. Open till 8. FURNITURE—Storage lots and others, like new: bargain prices on bedrnu din. rm.. lv. rm. On sale daily. 9-5. at Metropolitan Warehouse. 50 Florida ave. n.e. GENERATOR3-STARTERS. #3.50 up; larg est assort.: Install, lmmed.; small charge; elec, repairs: 26th year. CARTY. 1608 14th. OUTTARS used Spanish and Hawaiian type instruments, *2.50 up. Buy at the Piano Shop and save! 1015 7th st. n.w. Republic 1590. OPEN EVKNINQ8. NEON SION, large outdoor overhead type. reading. "PRESSINO. CLEANING" on both sides. Will install Including uermlts. Dry Cleaning Guild, 4234 Wis. ave. PIANOS—Savings up to 45% during our April sale on floor samples, demonstrators and slightly used pianos: Spinets. *117 up; grands. $187 up; #2 down delivers. 6 years to pay. Lester Pianos. Inc., 1231 G st. n.w. PI. 1324. Open evenings. PIANO, baby grand, mahogany, made by Lester, like new: bargain for cash. Also good upright. Schaeffer, 1428 Irving st. ___ Tode Tuttle W oo NY you think i YOU OETTEP PUT I ME DOWN? WfPE fS TEN BLOCKS FROM FIRE.y “Remember th* good old days, when a feller could sometimes find a nickel in an old suit?” asked Wilts Higgins t’day. MISCKLLANKOUS FOIt SALK. (Oontlnued.) PIANOS—*2 li all you have to pay down to have any piano in our store delivered to your home, and you can take five year* to a for It If you wish. Choose from new spinets, grands and uprights of such es e* Cable-Nelson, Everett Settergren, Jtnabe. Kimball. Bstey. Steinway. Chlcker Lauter, etc., at the lowest prlees In the city. Used practice pianos from *10 up. Pianos for rent from 85 monthly up. 1&^>Nn(gSSh°P’ 1016 7& PIANOS—^3ur slow season Is almost here and we And ourselves with entirely too much Inventory on hand to carry Into the hot months. Wo must cut this stock down Quickly and to do It we are reducing prices on every floor sample and reconditioned Piano In our store (a few Items restricted by the manufacturers excepted). Included are spinet*, consoles, baby grands and small upright, of such makes as Knabe, Wurlitser. Estey. Plseher. Weber. Krell, Starr, steinwav (used). Kimball, etc.—the cream of our floor stock offered at reduc tions that make it worth your while to buy now. Ask about the unusually liberal ‘«™» offered during this sal*. National 4730, Kitt s. 1330 O st. PIANO, steinway baby grand. See this gorgeous Instrument before you buy a new Plano: real bargain. . Hobart 6120. RADIOS <2501. values to *160. Oet an extia set for the beach or recreation rm.; S3 ex. Open eves. 826 N. T. ave. n.w. RADIOS—Clearance sale used and new sets. S4.05. *6.88, *«65eto25%to 60* off on many new models. Apex Radio Co.. 709 9th st, n.w. at O. RECORDS, slightly used; clearance sale ft redUMd prices; 5e each and up. Glenn bHller. Shaw. etc.. 15e ea. Used classics. 15c ea and uo. Apex Radio Co . 70# #th st. n.w. at O. REPkIOERATOR. Westlnghouse. 7 eu. feet: J’rcsr factory guar.; *85; easy terms. LL 6050. P, O. Smith. 413 H n.e. REFRIGERATORS—Repossessed and com pletely rebuilt: all standard makes: Frlgld alres. Q. E.. Crosley. Westlnghouse. Kelvl nator, Leonard. Coldspot. Norge and many more; from *19.95. terms 3 years' free 5ei7lc.e„^.,rI,intr' Ur« selection of 1938 and 1939 floor samples, at a fraction of their original cost. Before you buy any where. shop us. Visit us In our new. mod ern store. t LUX APPLIANCE CO.. Washington s Largest Refrigeration House. _811 9th St N.W Phone RE. 1175. REFRIGERATOR, Crosley Shelvador. 3t4 cu. rebunt, guaranteed excellent condition. *•15. Other makes and sites at bargain prices. 14,1 Meridian pi. n.w. Open eves. Dealer.__ REFRIGERATORS, new and usedT*20 up": Iu*i*Ptetd up to 5 years: easy terras. P. O Smith, 413 H st. n.e. Lincoln 6060. REFRIGERATORS—GENERAL ELECTRIC, apartment slse; first class condition and fuHy guar.: *39.50; only 21 to sell. Terms *1 weekly Don t miss this opportunity. ... ... ELECTRICAL CENTER 514 10th St, N.W. National 8872. RKFRI GERA TORS, rebuilt and repots., ss low as *24 95 Alto showing the NEW 1940 SL£«A?£D WESTINGHOU8B REFRIGERA TORS Terms as low as *1 wkly Pay with vour light bill aw ,„KL£CnRICAL CENTER. 514 10th St. N.W. National 8872. REFRIQERATORS—Deep^eut prices on i£.n„dlrd °r brand-new 1939 and 194.° icfiiserators in original factory crates. No money down. Liberal trade-in. Long, easy terms. Guaranteed savings. ATLAS APPLIANCE COMPANY? Washington , Largest Appliance House. 921 6 St. N.W.. Entire Building District 3737, Open Eveg. Till 9 P M. KtrHIOERATO|l8~Atlll ADDllince Co . WASHINOTONrLARQEST^ APPLIANCE HOUSE, will sell Immediately at newlow Brices .brand-new lSAO Crosley. Norge. Btewart-Warner and other standard makes of refrigerator, with factory B-rr guaran tee All these refrigerators are brand-new i2rlfl.nVv factory cases, and are S'n* 42 dsa‘„ h* lowt,t prlcts we. have We occupy an entire 3-story building end we are refrigeration ipeclal Jsf?- When you buy at Atlas your pur chase Is backed by our experience of over h2„f-eaK;. .y* have » «roup of Westing house. Prlgldeire. Oenerel Electric. Crosley. Kelvinator, Norge. Copeland and others that have been used out are In nerfert asniow02.W«71*hnW*t5r* 8lasiiln* theDprlces as low as #24 on these models. We also Jj8^8 8 group of 1939 refrigerators In 1.»,a«*°rT-S,a^a. wh!ch wiy be sac 2“®*® at 65% ofl list prices. No money tr°adne:inL0.%w*.ncyeterm’- On0lraanT WM^nJ^t^pp^^ua,. ***&&$*■ "-'ciStmu RESTAURANT FIXTURES — Sink, greasi w»Slr 8t£“> **ble. automatic hot water heater. Sell any or all. 2438 Wis n.w. Emerson 6768. 18 RUGS-Orlental reduced price; large and st**n w1Z*8' Rare Ru* Shop. 1204 18tb RU9?—Summer. 9x12; glsal. rust, *lo exeellen^condltlra: 8x10 Mou*. #6. Ho^ —jOood selection of used In fiTuments of such makes as Martin. Holton, v^onn.• 6tc.i from Sift ud Pav ■i««vi» EVE2nNO°88h0P' 1016 ^th 8t nw- OPEN ^r^r.-°.tMA£HINE8 REDUCED — Binge; »2?d i-jf5' Singer electric portable. Per sian S. fi£*er -ckcfc*® console, cos; #180. now $68. Own eves. 3812 Let highway. Cherrydale. Chestnut 4914 8EWTNQ MACHINES—Featherweight Bin free demongtratlon. trial in you; own home, CO. 3248. 2412 ISth gfWWO MACHINES. very good buys; port f;\8~,2'i.COo>elfC- *?° up: tregdle*. #8 up S40Un*^»hin*f —P°rt ’ *2? 80; Sing. eon. S4?.*0- wUh S-Tr.jru*!-.; j„cl Mwlne ,nrt OJber tood tniys Terms Repairing. Oper *ve tui 9. 917 F st. n.w. RE. 1900 SEWING MACHINES. Singer SSFiibte round bobbin, guaranteed; #38 with eewini course; othere S8.6O up. 3337 Ora" ave TERRACOTTA SEWER PIPE, slightly dam ***d- 0.‘u- to 24 In., for sewers, drain; »nd wills. Buy now and save E B Donaldson and Brother. 12th and Brent wood rd. n.e. Dupont 1780. TRUMPETS AND CORNETS—Good selec -21.-oi. used instruments of well-knowr H?*“8 »2om *7-8Q up. Buy at the Plane tv&iNOs'"" 1018 7th 8t- OP® TYPEWRIiAk—Quick repairing by skillet mechanics: reasonable. Supplies, sales rentals. Inquire Republic 2828. Br. 7 Typewriter Headquarters (Bond Bldg.). TYPEWRITERS—American Co A whale 01 aaale Cash and carry. Guaranteed type writers at half price. Also rent and repair Open eve. 1431 East Capitol st. U. 0082. VACUUM CLEANERS rebuilt and floor earn plea one-rr guar.: all popular makes a; ’ow as #9 95 _»14 tOtt^Sl^N.W**1 C^tatmnal 8872. WASHERS, rebuilt and reposs. l-yr guar. “low as #14 95 We are also FACTOR'S AUTHORIZED SALES AND SERVICE Ot the NEW BENDLX HOME LAUNDRY MAY TAG. THOR. O E AND APEX WASHERS ffi2?.raJ.,Jradt-ln allowance Pay with vom lIKQt Dili ELECTRICAL CENTER. -—8-14 10th St. N.W NattoSil 8872. WASHERS—Atlas Appliance Co.. Wash ington s largest appliance house, will sac rifice new 1939 and 1940 washing machlnei at deep-cut prices. Discounts ofl usi £2“* »» ®°» than 60%. We occupy ar entire 8-ttpry building devoted excluslvelj J® the sale of appliances. We have 1 reputation of seUlng appliance* at rea tow prices. Used westinghouse. Genera Electric. A. B. C., Easy. Maytag. Norge Thor and others, as low as #8. No monej oowrr_ Llberal_trade-ln allowance. Termi «. ■>u*uw aeia.iuui#. --Open eve*, till 9 p m WASHING MACHINES—Compare our lov prices before you buy! Up to 60% saving! on new 1938-39 floor sample wishersand ironer*. New 1938 model General Electric* 25^.49?8 “Odel Apex, #39.96; nev 1939 model A. B. C.g. #32; slightly used two-tub washers and dryer*, #29. Largesl selection of makes In the city to choos< from. Including Maytag; also lroners. Fsj #1 weekly 10 DAYS' TRIAL. Republic OPEN ^ENINGg8h0P' 1018 7th 8t' nw 200.000 Grad^Hard0 Clran^Red Used BRICK, $7.50 PER 1,000, 2? iph-,. Also doors. Art doors, plumbing At Rialto Theater Bldg. 713 9th at. n w 18* J-.UMBEK. 1x0 T and O roofers-*35 1x8 sheathing _ _ #3« 2x4. ub to 12 ft._IiriZII' 52! 2x0 and 2x8 -__ -*3! 2x10 _ :-''§31 Alao rood prices on cinder blocks! brick “prtar and plaiterlne materials. Lumbei *U ARLINQTON CO JACKSON 1880. MISCELLANEOUS WANTED. ALL OLD GOLD, silver and diamond: wanted for manufacturing: hlrbest price paid. Oppenhelmer. 803 F at, n.w. » BEDROOM, dlnlne. llvlnr room furnltun wanted: contents of ants, or homes: alsc odd pieces. WE DO MOVTNO CAREFULLY AND REASONABLY. Oeorrla 1«10 » W&SSSRB&wa DICTATING MACHINE, also transcribe: and sharer. Must be In rood condition and gMooabl^ for cash. CaU Miss Bennett FURNITURE. brlc-aWsc. china, glassware rugs, eUrerware. paintings; highest caet prices paid. Call Murray, Taylor 8833, S« •jowJTowiit’^&r" FURNITURE—We bur and sell all kinds o( used furniture. Highest prices paid, sad C st. n.e Atlantic 4404 28* OOLP—BRlNq TOUR OLD GOLD. 8H, VER. FLATDfUM. IXETH. D18CARDEI SZWtmZZ a^T0.^ » HOUSEHOLD OOODS. enough used, to out fit large place: alao smaU piano. ME. 5255, evenings after 7. 19» odtwiHO MACHINE—We buy all trpes; & EUrer, _ j°^!n? old d» « nr iff BOATS. _ HOUSEBOAT. 60 ft. by 15 ft.. a, beautiful horn* afloat; two showers, flreplaoe la Ily ina room, two beautiful staterooms, hot water heat, two 35-h.p.. heavy-duty Ker math anelnes. electric lighting plant, beau tiful aeeommodatlona throughout: new In 1030. perfect condition: Ideal for family or two couples: cost *26,000; because of death In family, will sacrifice at *2.050 «»»h. No brokers oy commissions allowed. THE MORTON * LOOSE OO, 10 W. Eager st.. Baltimore. Md., « DOGS, BETS, ETC. PEKINGESE, DUPDles end grown Pekes: beauties; registered A. K. C.t *15 up: show winners: also studs. Lincoln 6513-R, COCKER SPANIEL—Lovely, young, black, and fine red male pup: well bred. 636 Ingrahaml.it. n.w. OB. 541*. WIRE-HAIRED TERRIER, male. Call Woodley 4976 between 6 end 8 n.m. HOME WANTED FOR PET. , Year-old dog, frousebroken: would like to place In good home. DE. 4989-M. _BABY CHICKS._ NOCKS R I Reds. White Leghorns $7.50 1Op. Conker's feeds Jamei Feed 8tore 619 K «t. n.w Metropolitan 0089. MD AND VA STATE certified baby chicks brooders, euulpment. feed and remedies N W Bolglano A Co 411 N T are ^|^_M11^607^E^t^n^w^NatL 0091 ^ _CATTLE AND LIVE STOCK. MULES. PONIES—Midget spot ted stud pony; dapple grey mere. 4 years teams, work horses. $25 up^saddle horses. In year 736 12t^ri. FARM fr GARDEN. NANSIE8, perennials and' lily bulbs. F. green, 11408 Qa. ave. ext. (Formerly Capitol View are.). Kensington. ROOMS FURNISHED. 1369 SPRING RD. N.W.—Large room, S turn., twin beds, unllm. phone; home ?ges: $18 single, $25 double JwZ. CLIFTON ST N.W—Large room. «k51L' northem expos., opens onto porch; *5 per week; suitable men. Adams 4630. inoi L_5E' N.W.—Desirable lst-floor lh.k. 1 h ™ ,* j« wkTtt* lav,tor7- *7-50: also fi?irJ.9.Y.A,AVE- N.W.—On 14th st. car L.r*'.Zllcely tVrn ,lnale an<f dhle nns : in ner-spr. mattress: garaee. Taylor 8645. }~?J Ai1*1 N W.—Large double room, twin beds, next bath: convenient location. AV®-. N.W.—Studio basement rm., newly decorated and turn, for 3 gen tlemen: walk, dist. Also dble. rm._ ?«8A« <a.?®ll8T' N w —Unusually attractive Laif'. *‘“410 room: $.22.50 single, $40 double. 'Gentlemen ! Unllm. phone. -173s Ntggs pi. n.w.— place studl° front room, unusually nice ARLINGTON,^—Suitable for 2 gentle K f;Anlar,5.Jro.nt rm,„' 011 heat: 2 adults In family Chestnut 6812._ 8T. N.W.—Convenient location. Private home. Single room, running water, maid service: $20.00 per month. _ OLOVER park. 2411 Tunlaw rd. n.w — L»:a* fiont room, slnale room with porch, next to shower bath, private home: bus at door: reasonable. Woodley 1657, 15* onS4 v*'W-—N1f* ®tn»le room. «Sp_2?tral.?1,h: JBli' heat and h. w.; $3 week. Adams 9236. 1402 L 8T. N.W.—Larae front room, prl Yai*. baIh; maid service: hot, cold water; gentleman only convenient to everything. 1 «• JSS^.v100*4; south exposure, seml-pri vat* bath, contlnuoua hot water; near ears buses Reasonable. GE. 6339. NEAR CAPITOL 131 C~st n.e.—NewlV large. aulet. front room; .owner's home: tentleman. _ J22* * ST N.'w . Apt. 32—Lee., beaut., newly furn. rm , next to bath: excel, loca tlon: reasonable. Dupont 7680. CONGRESS HEIGHTS. 291 if 7th s e.— ■ eeping room twin beds, new maple fur nlture. Lincoln B036-J. 22?.8 Rv8T NF—Carte, cool rm.. twin beds, c.h.w,, unllm. telephone _ DUPONT CIRCLE. 1622 19th st. n w — Large studio rm . kitchen: elec, reft.; bath shower: very reas North 0064-J. DUPONT CIRCLE. 1259 New Hampshire n w=-®,nf'e. sod double. Walking distance.^Twin bPd-v Unllm phone Reas. 400 DELAFIELD PL. N W —Splendid loca tion. corner room, 2 expos., bath adjacent. Express bus. • 1417 HARVARD ST. N.W.—Newly furnT single or double. $5 and $6. COLUMBIA HOTEL. 2125 O st. n.w.— furnished single and double *.nS,i0l<3 jyinlng Vto. show ers, fireproof bldg.; 85-88 weekly. 272 CARROLL ST. Takoma Park. D C — 1 '»r*e- 2nd floor, next to bath: within rauare of bus and car line, near stores: can be teen any time Phone Taylor 8035._ NR. ROCK CR PK.. 2809 Ontario rd.— Newly decor, studio rms,. double and sin gle. also 1 bedrm.. modern attr. furnlsh lngs. unllm. phone: reas. 2118 P ST. N.W- Apt. 31—Large, comft. front: Inner-spring mattress: next bath. thower: uni, phone: $18 mo.: tentleman. GORDON HOTEL, on beautiful 16th gt between Ege and K—Lovely rooms with running witer: tingle from *7.50 weekly: double from *10,50 weekly: with bath from 812 50 weekly; 24-hr. elevator and switch boa rd_service;_exeellent_dintng_room__^_ LARGE, LIGHT ROOM for gentleman In comfortable pvt home. sou. exp. No other roomers. 1423 Allison at n.w. OE. 6749. 1262 NEW HAMPSHIRE AVE. N.W — bright room and kitchenette; twin beds, algo single room._ 1343 GIRARD ST. N.W.—Large room. 2nd floor, next to bath: pvt, family; reasonable. SUBURBAN—2 exposures, double bed. ad joining bath; single. 820: double. $30. Call Atlantic 1776-J. 301 Anacoetla rd, t.e. 1718 17th ST. N.W.—Nicely furn. room. clean, comfortable: single. $4 up: double, 86 up, Hobart 9554. _ 3527 16th ST. N.W.—Master bedroom, pri vate shower; private home; suitable 1 or 2 gentlemen. Columbia 7422. 1919 K ST. N.W—Large double room. *15 each. Alio studio room, reasonable. Stn Kle room, next bath. *18. on N it. AIR-COOLED llving-bedrm. In pvt. home nr. Dupont Circle: pvt. bath; gentleman: $35 mo. Dunont 4411. MT. PLEASANT. “ 1833 Park rd. n.w — New. large, attr. basement room. bath. st. level: unllm. phone, gar. Hobart 8942. 5525 NEVADA AVE. N.W.—Front rm, twin beds: block from bus line, 635 LAMONT ST N W.—1 la. rm . 2nd fl.. pvt. home: gentleman preferred; con venlently located. Taylor 5134._ 1600 MASS. AVE. N.W.—Under new man agement: lie. fr. double. *30 mo: English basement singles, run, water. 822-816. CHEVY CHASE—Master bedroom, private 1844 D*W hom,: on bu*: *26' Wo°dley 77 V ST. N.W.—Nicely turn, rm.: prlv. entrance, prlv. bath. a.m.t.. e.-h.w.: eonv. f- Printing Office; board opt.: *25 double. 820 single. North 1383. 22? WTVIAJI. I7S3 O n n w_ offers lovely rma. ell with running water: newly deco Inner-goring mattrasaea. Venetian Wlnda- ahowera gwltehbd elev: alnele. *6 50 wklv on: dbiea- **.50 up “OWNTOWN, 1410 M It. n.w.. Apt. BOS— Attractive, new furniture, southern expo. pear bath: quiet, clean: phone._ N w—Well-furnlshed single home, southern expo- next to hath; unllm. phone: reasonable. 1303 MAPLE VIEW PL. S.E.—Attract. IJJIv next bath; home privileges: good neighborhood: nr. bus: 1 or 2, AT. 2246. OVERLOOKING ROCK CREEK PARK—2 JlSP1 rooms refined det. home, prl mo t0T r*®o*3 people; *45 anrmui ••-:—■ ■■■■ — ••www*. •>* vuuTcmwice#. nr. dub, «*■ iewl,h gentleman only. ra. 1036 after a pm. _ S" ® WBS1 MINUTER. 1607 17th N.W.— velr rm.. newly deco, running water. A™* *Kin* “»“reaaea: tingles, SS up; coup., $7 up: thowcrs. clcy. ^8“37th 8T N_W—Newly dec.: 5 wtn bed*: det. bouse, nr. Olover pk. and Wls. are,; $25 mo. Woodley 8834. 15* l4®8 SPRING RD N.W—Nicely furn. front rm . near 14th gt. ear line; a.m.l.; 816; gentleman._ nnmlnSKi? N Georgetown—Clean. SS7J,*bowers: attrae. furn.; out poor ymrqcn for summer evc», hu^ 1/4 blk- Conn *ve r.i.Park—Single room; young man, 3344 d’ * nt,le: pvt- home: r*“- EM. 1 Jiifi CRITTENDEN ST. N.W.—Large. beds; pvt. bath; \i block cars: Iowa family; meals opt, reas. RA. 6162. 144y, RHODE ISLAND AVI. N.W., Ant. 6 « clean room* 2 windows, jfaree D&“ 661!?“ 10 b,th; *•“ »«« * P m 1*2,7 - N.W.—Ideal downtown lcca MPklJent heat, showers, best beds: Quiet, comfort.; low rates; 82 weekly up. EL. NS.—2 bright, clean 1 ISS.‘?*\..Ktch*n', refrigerator, bath: gas. fleet., heat; couple desired: reasonable. 16» JRJ. 8T. N.W.—Large l.h.k. room, running water. $8; also double room. $6.60 weciuy. omAiffi N.w.—Uf. ffont'rm.. run nlng water, lge^cloaett, 4 windows; board opt.; those appreciating c)»»»»"*««_ ,4J0°. lBtb ST. N E—Young widow would like to rent nicely fur. bedrm. In new home, nr. tranap , homelike surroundings, 1619 ALLISON ST. N.W—Jewish family: bright, coty front room, unllm. phone; bus at corner; gentlemen preferred: reas. J6 R ST. NS—-Laige front bed-llv. rm . *nd fl.. beautifully turn., scath. expos., 8 closets: couple or lady; board optional. •6*8 70» ST. N*W.—Well furn.. cross ventl fe^c&etd8t oS°,8?32PTt- W *°Wer 1426 N ST. N.W.—Comfortable single rm.. gentleman: walk, distance: unllm. phone; 911 month. Owner. MS. 4061. 1418 TAYLOR ST. N.W_Small front room: near car line; phone nrlvll.: pvt. home: gentlemen: S3 week. Taylor 4692. 1412 25th ST. S.E.—Purntshed room, next to bath, on main floor; bus rssaee door: board optional. Lincoln 3316-M. 2010 WYOMINO AV*. N.W—Attractlve basement room, private entrance: unllm. phone. _ UPPER 16th ST.—New. detached, corner heme: comfortable front rm.. 3 windows, eeml-pvt. bath: unllm. phone. RA. 4422. THE CHASTLSTON. Apt. 801 — Large corner double room, beautifully furnished: hotel service. Phone Dupont 1000. 1681 QUB ST. N.W.—Large front room. fr«floor.Tnewly turn.! unllm. phonet prlv % ROOMS FURNISHED. . (Continued.) 510 5th ST. N.W., downtown—2 unfur Dished or furnished rooms end yard; alio *“»!> furnished rooms for l.h k. Metropolitan 7100. _ BT- N.W.—Small studio rooms. 815-880 mo. One has sink, trill, on. shower; another has lge. inclosed porch. Alio basement. 812.50. District 2135. i ?771 MASS. AV» N.W.—Oentlemen; extra ad)o*nli?st>bath>OIn‘ 3 Wln<low*- »*■ **• WOODRIDaE, 2679 Rhode Island are la -—Nicely furnlsued double raom tn private home, for two gentlemen, private bath, twin beds. Decatur 4577. ?ALK TO WORK—918 23rd n w.—Double front, next bath; new bods. 3 w'ndows. c.h.w., Dh.: 83.75 wk. each. • „ 1478 MERIDIAN PL. N.W. MeTCt. Pfor* bachelor "SPhSST"1 1715 QUE ST. N.W. Refined, private home; nicely furn . sln «!• room. adl. bath: abundance hot water, oil heat; walking distance: 820 month. FINAL REDUCTION. MAtmrUL ROOM. MAID SERVICE. _1748 QXTE ST. N.W. EM. 0047. “THE MAURY,” ' 701 19th »t. a w.—100 beautifully fur*. single and twin bedrooms, running water, near < hovers and tub bathe Inner-awing - mattresses, elevator Nicely furnished recep tion room: single 84 50 wk up; double 88 wk.___ . GRAFTON HOTEL, 1189 Conn. eve.—Large, comfortable rooms, with Simmons inner-spring mattresses: singles with running water. 88.75 wk up: doubles. 810.50 wk. up: with pvt. bath, sin- - glee 812.50 wk up: doubles. 816.50 wk. up. SOUTHERN APT. 1507 M St. N.W. 1 Room (Twin Beds) end Both $45.00 Maid Service Linen and Lights Included 24-Hour Elevator and Switch board Service Resident Manager • ROOMS UNFURNISHED. COLORED—514 24th st. n.e.—Entire 2nd floor. 2 rooms end back porch; cooking privileges; seml-bsth. LI. 8008-W. 3400 lOtb 8T. N.E.—Unusually delightful - bauble rm. and lncl. si. porch; 820 single. 828.00 double.16» 924 N ST N.W., Apt. 1—2 large rooms! private bath. Venetian blinds, gas range. 3 large closets. Heat and light furnished. Now open and available. Rent. 835 per - month. Key at 1235 10th st. n.w. SUBURBAN ROOMS. ARLINGTON. 849 S. Glebe rd.—Attractive r rooma. private home. 1 block 10c bua; reasonable. Oxford 2837-J. ' ROOMS WITH BOARD. 1834 CONN. AVE.—Newly decorated mat ter room, private bath, twin beds Alto single. Good meals. , 90S C ST. N.E.—Texan home. Southern hospitality, cooking: excel, transp.; unlim. phone: 88 week___* DOWNTOWN. 1219 Vermont ave.—Front, twin beds. $, 50 wkly ea. Rear basement, pvt bath, e.h.w twin beds. $7 wklv ea. 1 single. Best foods. ME. 7204, DOWNTOWN. 1418 M ft", n.w—Double and single rooms, light, clean: good food: rets, rates Metropolitan 1895. AT CONN. AVE.. 1608 20th st n.w.—A homelike place for young folks, coxy rooms: good food: nice people: $.75-840 mo. DUPONT CIRCLE 2131 Mass eve—A cheerful single: also a lovely large share room for 1 or 2 young people Enloy this beautiful ex-embassv home and the excel, food with 40 other young ladles and young men. The very moderate prices will pleas* you. DU. 9404. 1776 MASSACHUSETTS AVE N W —A dis tinctive home for young people In an un surpassed location. Reasonable. 1706 16th ST! N.W.—Vacancies: large! comfortable rooms; good meali; walking distance. 1848 KALORAMA RD. N.W.—Double room with twin beds, next bath: ideal location, excellent meals, unlim. phone. CO. 1432. 3229 HIATT PL. N.W.-Ut. front rm.. double. $25 each: I small room. $32.50 single. Adama 7571. . 1464 GIRARD ST. N.W.—Share rm. S wlndowi, twin beds, shower: lamlly-atyle meals. Columbia 4950._ = S701 16th ST N W.—jVacancy for girl la -room suite with 2 other girls: avail. 15th: with meals $42.50. adjoin, bath: lovtly detached home, large yards and porches. NR. 19th AND COL RD —Single, dble.. studio: best meals. Also 40x20. front, lit n„ for 2 or 3. Basement rm.. pvt. entr. and bath. 1855 Wyoming ave. AD. 9843. 1325 16th ST N.W.—New, beautiful guest house: single and double, new furniture, running water, telephone In room: eleva tor, showers: excellent board. JEWISH, modern home. Dunont Circle. Newly furnished room, connecting bath, for 1 or 2: home privileges. North 4005. 605 FARRAGUT ST. N.W.—Jewish home: attractive, airy room, shower; excel, trang nortatlon: $35. TA. 8698. DUPONT CLUB. 1326 19th gt. n.w.—Sin gle. double, near ba'h. showers: ladles, gentlemen; $30 up. DU. 9049. 1500 FARRAGUT ST NW.—Detached corner home, slnsle and double rooms; excellent board: ref.; phone. 16* 2401 16th ST. N.W.—2 large share rooms, bath: opposite park. Columbia 10045. MT PLEASANT 1742 Hobart st., near Rock Creek Park; light, twin-bed room, opens on bath, shower; excellent food; $35 ea, 1738 HOBART ST. N.W—Large, double room, 2 wlndowi. next bath; home-cooked meals. Columbia 6570._ 308 TAYLOR ST N.W.—Double twin bed rm. pvt. home, all conveniences, privileges, family meals; very special for 2. $30, 30 FRANKLIN ST. N.E. (off North Capi tol)—Comfortable single and double rood, near car and bua. Decatur 0579-J, 1346 SHEPHERD ST. N.W.—Newly-fur nlshed twin bedroom, adjoining Inclosed porch, bath; southern exposure; choice meals: conv. transoortatlon; also single; $35 each- RA 8270. 1231 HARVARD ST. N.W.—Large 2nd- ‘ floor front room, twin beds. 4 windows, large closet; near bath; all conveniences; excellent meals: reasonable. CO 5093 MT. PLEASANT, at car terminus—Hlgh class home lust opened, good beds, home cooking, unlim phone, piano, garage: $35 up. Hobart 4446._ , 1617 F NW.—Vacancies for gentlemen. Large double and trlDle rms.. good home cooked meals: nr. Govt, bldgs : $31-838. • CHEVY CHASE D. C„ 3738 Kanawha at. \ n.w.. Mi blk. off Conn. ave.. near business _ district—Front room in private home; $9 week. Emerton 7865 2521 CONN. AVE.. —flh—h-m .-, Large, attr. rms.. showers. Inner springs: delicious home-cooked meali. AD 6415. Wesley Hall and Annexes, 1703 K st. n.w. offers the best In down town room and board accommodations. Ex cellent meals, comfortable and attractive rms,: moderately priced Dlitrtet 1700. ATLANTIS CLUB, 1 1408 Mass, n w. (downtown)—Clean, spa- . clous rooms: selective menu: recreation room; table board; management. Misses Lorenzc and Shear,__ ! mtAJNLMNJliW Mansion-Ilk* residence, completely re furnished with brand-new mahocany furn. Every room studio-like. The Inner-mrlng mattresses are as line as money can buy. No expense has been spared to provide beauty and comfort in surroundings and furnishings. The meals are excellent. Rates from #40 to S4S per month. 1S38 New Hampshire are. n w.. 1 block from Dupont Circle. Walking distanee downtown. 1401 16th ST. N.W. Ideal residence for business peopls. Pri vate baths. showers; attractive lounges; selective menus; switchboard sendee. CLUB EMBASSY, 1821 K st. n.w.—Nicely furnished rooms, facing park; telepbona la rooms; ggosllent mesjv______ i TABLE BOARD. ' 1464 OWARD 8T N W.—Real home oook lns. family-style meals. Columbia 4960. 1004 PARK RD. 3.W.—Home-cooked Dieals, selective menus. Served hotel style. Pine chef. Dinner 6 to 7. _ APARTMENTS BURNISHED. PRIVATE ENTRANCE: 2 ROOMS.' KITCH *n. bath. heat, llsht, gas. ref* ■ dean. 4 expos. 2231 Douglas st. n.e. fao. 0149. 8856 WARDER BT. W.W.—ENTIRE 2nd floor, bright and elsan, 2 rms.. kit., bath. Srch. elec., gas. ref*, tad.; conv. location. o-jgs? t'nmi. bluhfkitchen.' dInetU^\leeteolS’ c.h.w., Venetian blinds: #46 month. Also basement apt., #35. __ 8531 18th ST N.W.—COMPLETELY furn. gtudlo-llv. rm.. kitchenette, dinette, bedrm.. pvt, bath; refg.. gas, dec. Incl. PORTNKR APT—COMPLETELY AND aW tractlvely furnished apt., consisting of llv- - inf room, bedroom. kitchenette and bath, electric refrigeration; rent, including gas and deetrlclty. $55.00 per mo. Tel. NO. 1420. 1489 BELMONT BT N.W.—2nd FLOOR. « • fffff- «*«•! 38 per wk. Near FRANCIS SCOTT U1 APT-HOTEL 2fab A eir«JbWTi,TSirS^:d»^ aay-fJTBaiPiu#^ (Ooottoued cn Ea«t Pa«aV ' m '