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BOLLYWOOD.
Warner Broa. have announced the
ETOmiC PA! IB
40* NKJ
CAPITAL GARAGE
1320 N. Y. At*. N.W.
Between 13th end 14th
UUtULMA !
'■UNDERCURRENT,'’ KATHARINE HEP
TORN, ROBERT TAYLOR; Plus "MAN
FROM RAINBOW VALLEY," MONTE
HALE. __
maft 2105 Pa. Ava. N.W. RE. 0184
Lilt Day—"CROSS MY HEART." BETTY
HUTTON. BONNY TUFTS, at ft: 20. 8. 9:45. |
DUMBABTOH 1349 Av*
Tonight Only—Two Horror Show*—It's
So Horrified It Will Scare You Off Your
feat—"THE BODY SNATCHER." BORIS
Karloff, bela laousi. Hail Mad, Half
Sane, All Killer: Plus "THE BRIGHTON
STRANGLER.” JOHN LODER, and Frank
enateln,. ___
GBEEMBELT Gr~nb•l,■*“■G* 2222
SYDNEY GREENSTREET. PETER LORRE
In “THE VERDICT," at 7, 9. _
LID0 3227 M St. N.W. 'Ml. 5890
Today and Tomorrow—Two Hits—“NIGHT
IN PARADISE" (in Color): Plus "FLAM
ING BULLETS,"__
' I IT'I'I P 9th St. Above f
1*11 I lair Following "HENRY Y"
_ RAIMU in_
_ "THE WELL-DIGGER'S DAUGHTER."
THE pR| M 2402 Mt. Vernon Ave.
NEW Del Roy (Alex.) OV. 3560
Two Big Features—"MISS 8U8IF SLA
GLE'S." starring 80NNY TUFTS and
"SWAMP FIRE." JOHNNY WEISSMUL
Cont. From 8:30._j
THE VILLAGE
Phene Ml. 9227.
“LOVE LADOH8 AT ANDY HARDY,”
MICKEY ROONK', LEWIS STONE. !
NEWTON ,2,hst? nT0"
"TWO SMART PEOPLE,” JOHN HO
DIAK. LUCILLE BALL
JBSETBEATEB,"VnX
Phone DU. 9861.
Double Feature — "BUNG’S ROW."
RONALD REAGAN, ANN SHERIDAN:
"VALLEY OF FEAR," JOHNNY
MACK BROWN. _!
(VI VIII 111 St. A R. I. Avo. N.W.
AI la V An phon. worth 9689
Double Feature — "BLUE SKIES,"
BING CROSBY, FRED ASTAIRE:
"CRIME OVER LONDON,” PAUL
CAVANAUGH.
THE VTOIMN 3707 Mt- Vernon
NEW v*>n«W" Ave., Ale*., Vo.
One Block Front Presidential Gardena.
Phone Alex. 2424.
"NOCTURNE," GEORGE RAPT,
LYNN BARI. _
ACADEMY “-.ASE
Double Feature — "NIOHT AMD
W?’ W^
NEIL HAMILTON.
STANTON 5,3 *
mmvW
YOUNG; "6AMBLINO DAUOH
TERS.” OALE STORM, ROGER
PRYOR.
—SIDNEY LUST THEATEHS
HIPPODROME N \f969°; 9
Doors Open at 1:48—Third Week—
FREDRIC MARCH. CHARLES LAUGH
ImW” Vlctor Hu«°» "LES MISER
cfimsiT tezTSCTU"
UN. 0IOO—Free Perking. _
Leet Day, nt 6:18, 6:05, 9:65—MICKEY
ROONEY in "LOVE LAUGHS AT
ANDY HARDY._
Tomorrow — 1 Day Only — "All
Comedy Show,” with Popeye, Don
ald Duck Pluto. Bugs Bunny, 8
Stoogies, Lulu. Etc.
HYATTSVILLE
UN. 1280 er Hyatts. 0582—Park Free.
Last Day, at 6:48. 9:20—JOAN CRAW
FORD JOHN GARFIELD in "HUMOR
ESQUE.”___
&«r&nr Gallatin St. at R. I. Ave.
*U,WU,“ Hyottsvllle, Md. WA. 9769
Cent. 6:18-11:18 — Double Feature—
■•MEN IN HER DIARY” and "VACA
TION IN RENO.”
ITAVWnfin Eastern Ave. Bet. R. I.
AAITTUUU 4 Mich Av„ WA g899
Free Parking Across From Theater.
Equipped with Hearing-Aid Sets.
Today, Tomorrow, at 6:16. 8:15, 10:18
GEORGE RAFT "NOCTURNE.”_ ,
CAMEO 34,8 &vR. ipAve. N.E.
Today. Tomorrow—Double Feature—
Last Complete Show at 8:16—Mac
PONALD, EDDY In NAUG9HTY
MARIETTY’: JOHNNY WEISSMUL
LER in 'TARZANS DESERT MYS
TERY.".
nmrrcna out wu. Ave. just
Dbl^UVA Past Ea„.West Hwy.
WI. 2868 er 9636—Park Free.
Today. Tomorrow, at 6:15, 8:06, 9:68—
LORETTA YOUNG, DAVID NIVEN in
"PERFECT MARRIAGE.” Enjoy Our
Retiscope Screen—the Finest in Amer
ica__
wn|| Rockville, Md. Reck. 2434
Free Parking
Today, Tomorrow, at 7. 9:01—CLAUD
ETTE COLBERT. WALTER PIDGEON
in "SECRET HEART.”
MARLBORO
Today. Tomorrow, at 7:25, 9:20—
JOHN PAYNE. JUNE HAVER in "WAKE
UP AND DREAM."
IDPf 48th & Moo. Ave. N.W
WO. 4600 Cont. from 1 P.M.
Ml "HEY ROONEY. LEWIS STONE
in "LOVE LAUGHS AT ANDY
HARDY," at 1:30, 3:38. 6:38. 7:40,
9:46.
SIT AC 1331 H St. N.E. AT. 8300
Alletta Cont
HENRY FONDA, LINDA DARNELL in
"MY DARLING CLEMENTINE” and
JACK HOLT in "FLIGHT TO NO
WHERE." "Carpel's Frosted Poods"
Radio Quit Show Direct From Our
8taae at 7:30 Over Station WMAL.
FREE Prises to the Lucky Ones. Con
testants Picked From the Audience.
CrMlTAB Minn. Ave. at Banning
SUIAIUn Rd N.E. H. 2600
JANE FRA ZEE WILLIAM MAR
SHALL in "CALENDAR GIRL" at
1:25. 8:40. 6:4077:45. 9:50.
NAYLOR & ‘1
MICKEY ROONEY. BONITA GRAN
VILLE in "LOVE LAUGHS AT ANDY
HARDY.” at 1.30. 3:30. 6:30, 7:30.
9:30.
PRINCESS ,n%HRS^>oNE
"BLACK BEAUTY, ' RICHARD DEN
NING. and JACK HALEY in "SING
YOUR WAY HOME "
CTATT Phone Foils Chr. 1653
a 8 n I b Shows 7 and 9 P.M.
"THE PERFECT MARRIAGE." LOR
ETTA YOUNG, DAVID NIVEN
■ rr A Treat for the Entire Family.
“i*1 Shows 7 and 9 P.M.
"MARGIE.” JEANNE CRAIN. GLENN
LANG AN
ARLINGTON
•TWO SMART PEOPLE,” LUCm*
BALT.. JOHN HODIAK
gm CAM 1729 Wilson Blvd.
niUVn Phone OX 1480.
"THE PERFECT MARRIAGE.” LOR
ETTA YOUNG, DAVID NIVEN
ACBTAH 3166 Wilson Bhrd.
Phone OXford 1139.
"BEAT THE BAND" and "THE
GHOST GOES WILD.”
BUCKINGHAM
• ITS A WONDERFUL LIFE." JAMES
STEWART. DONNA REED|
Cf nr 2130 No. Glebe Rd.
blsUlfc OXford 4266.
Free Farkinr.
"MR DISTRICT ATTORNEY." DEN
NIS O'KEEFE. ADOLPH MXNJOU.
H1SER-BETHESDA 74,4wri£v*|
JAMES 8TTWART In
“It’s a. Wonderful Life.”
Ewtun At S. 7:30. 8:40.
.. I
n
acquisition of an original atory,
“Rainbow Mountain,” by Stephen
Longstreet, who authored Warners'
forthcoming “Stallion Road,” and
“Silver River,” now ready to go
before the cameras.
“Rainbow Mountain” is described
as an historical story of America
and gold-mining in California at
the time of the Sppnish-American
War. Longstreet has been assigned
to write the screenplay for filming
as a Technicolor musical.
AMUSEMENTS _AMP 8EMEM To
TODAY'S NEIGHBORHOOD MOVIES
WARNER BROS/ THEATERS
For Additional Information Phone
Theateri Direct or Call KEpubHc 0S00
All Time Schedules Given In Warner
Bros. Ads Indicate Time ef Feature.
Theaters Bavins Matinees.
J__ 18th A Col. dd. N.W.
Ambassador c0 55?J, Mot. i p.m.
TERESA WRIGHT. ROBERT MITCH
UM in "Pursued." At 1, 3:05. 6:10,
7:80, 8:30.
AVEGBAND 6X5 SE
UatlnM1 PM
J _
15th R. E N.E.
LI. 3300. Mat. 1 P.M.
Parkins Space Available to Patrons.
Today and Tomorrow—JOAN CRAW
FORD, JOHN GARFIELD in "HUMOR
ESQUE.'' At 1:30, 4:10. 6:46, 9:35.
March of Time.
r»I VPOT 2324 Wi«. Ava. N.W.
viUllUl wo 2J43 , p M.
Parkins Space Available te Fatrena.
Today and Tomorrow — MICKEY
ROONEY. BONITA GRANVILLE In
LOVE LAUGHS AT ANDY HARDY."
At 1, 3:10, 6:15. 7:26, 9:36.
rrVTO&I 425 9th St. N.W.
bull mill me 2841. Open. 10:43
Today and Tomorrow—EDDIE DEAN.
SHIRLEY PATTERSON In “TUMBLE
WEED TRAIL.” At 11:10, 1:30. 4.
0:26, 8:50. JUDY CANOVA. ALLEN
JENKINS In "SINGING IN THE CORN."
At 12:06, 2:30, 6, 7:20, 9:50.
Parkins Space Available te Fatrena.
Today and Tomorrow — DENNIS
O'KEEFE, MARGUERITE CHAPMAN in
MR. DISTRICT ATTORNEY.” At
1:36, 8:35. 5:36. 7:36, 9:36.
pnra 9o. Ava. at 7th S.E.
ruvn fr. 5200. Mat. 1 p.m.
Parkins Space Available ta Fatrena.
Today and Tomorrow — MICKEY
ROONEY, BONITA GRANVILLE In
"LOVE LAUGHT AT ANDY HARDY."
At 1:30, 3:30, 6:26. 7:26, 9:25. March
of Time.
SOTHIIiaif G°. Ave. A Sharidon
■aSSAcSail#AH 2400. Mat. 1 P.M.
£**t Day—JAbmS MASON. MARGA
RET LOCKWOOD in "WICKED LADY.”
At 1:10, 3:16, 6:20, 7:26, 9:30,
SILVER °“' Av*' * Coleaville Pike
ailaVUl SH 3300 Mat. 1 P.M.
Parkins Space Available te Fatrena.
Laet Day—JAMES MASON. MARGA
RET LOCKWOOD in "WICKED LADY."
At 1:25, 3:25, 5:30, 7:30, 9:35.
TAR0MA 4th A lutternut Sts.
liUUnA Ge 43,2 Parking Space
_ , Matinee at 1 P.M.
Today and Tomorrow—PENNY SIN
GLETON. ARTHUR LAKE in “BLON
DOTS BIG MOMENT." At 1, 4. 7. 10
MARSHALL THOMPSON. GEORGE
TOBIAS in "GALLANT BESS” (in
Color). At 2:10, 6:10, 8:06
TIVOLI * Fork Rd. N.W.
'V CO. 1800. Mat. 1 P.M.
Today and Tomorrow—JOAN CRAW
FORD. JOHN GARFIELD In "HUMOR
ESQITE" At 1:30, 4:10. A:46f) :26
UPTOWN Conn- Av«. A Newark
uriwnn wo. J400 ^ , p„
g«F—JOAN CRAWFORD. JOHN
GARFIELD In “HUMORESQUE.*' At
1:40, 4:20, 6:85. 9:36.
Theatres Htdai Eve. Ferfermaar.ee.
APOLLO 424 H st N *
™ U FR. 3300.
T°”ay and Tomorrow — DENNIS
° R*KFE. MARGUERITE CHAPMAN
!? K- MR- DISTRICT ATTORNEY." At
7.oo. »:*o.
AVALON 34,2 Conn' Ay*- N W
WO. 2800
Today Only—SONJA HENIE. JOHN
v»TYT?er O^NN MILLER In “SUN
6 1^60S0R30NADE' <rel*SUe)- M
COLONY 4933 Go n.w. '
GE. 8300
-™TJlay^5ABU- DUPREZ In
THIEF OF BAGDAD” (reissue. In
Tech ). At 6:65. 9:16.
HOME 125° C St. N.E.
“ tr. (in
Today and Tomorrow—LEW AYRES
OLIVIA DE HAVILLAND In "DARK
MUIROR." At 6:30. 9:35. WILLIAM
VERA RALSTON In
PLAINSMAN AND THE LADY.” 7:56;
MacARTHUR 4459 M<,cAr,hur
r Vu . BW N.W. OR. 4800
Free Farklnr Space Arailable to Patrons
L»*t Day—JOAN CRAWFORD. JOHN
?4RP1^5 ln TIUMORESQUE.” At
SAVOY 3030 ,4,h St- n.w.
Tfi&V °5iy-T^^7lIDDI1E STEWART,
dTyI - CTfffV 9ln45."VACAT10N
SECO 3344 Go' A»e.< Silver Spring
Z~"v 5H. 2340. Forking Space
Today and Tomorrow—HENRY FON
pA. LINDA DARNELL in "MY DAR
LING CLEMENTINE.” At 6'35 p-35
JACK HALEY. ANNE JEFFREYS hi
Vacation in reno.” At 8:i6.
YORK °«- Av»- 4 Quebec PI. N.W.
* I RA. 4400
Today and Tomorrow — WALLACE
BEERY. DEAN STOCKWELL ln "THE
MIGHTY McGURK.” At 6:20. 8, 9:45
Faii-lawn Amuse. Co. Theater*
HIGHLAND 2333 fwn'-Av--51
■UUHUUUI AT. 7311
JAMES STEWART. DONNA REED In
"ITS A WONDERFUL LIFE," at 6:36.
ATf.AlfTir Atlantic St. at S. Capital
«IUUV1 lb St J w lU(J|ow 7662
JOAN CRAWFORD. JOHN GARFIELD
In -HUMORESQUE," at 6:35, 8:06
CONGRESS 2931 Nicho1* Av» «
vwneuMd T*. *700
BETTY HUTTON. SONNY TUFTS in
"CROSS MY HEART," m 6:30, 8:10,
H.W).
FAIRLAWM m2 Giid Hop.
X Mission TV II „d SE u 9193
Double Feature—MICHAEL DUANE in
"ALIAS MR. TWILIGHT," at 6:26,
8:56; FRANCES LANGFORD in “BAM
BOO BLONPIK," at 7:35, 10._
LAUREL ^,,3
LORETTA YOUNG. DAVID NIVEN In
■THE PERFECT MARRIAGE."
anacostia
•§ONG OFT&* SOOTH^ to «i!
color!, at 1:20, 3:30, 6:30, 9:20,
CAPITOL Cop1*®1 Haletrta# Md.
woaa a avia Hl.
CRET HEART,” at 6:16, 7:66, 8:36.
Him ITU King 5t.-Al«. M4J
LARRY PARKS, ^EVELYnSeETEB la
THE JOLSON STORY."
RICHMOND ,'tK'Z?Myn26
OTgw
CENTRE ^SSTmT
"MEET JOHN DQE." OAKY COOPER.
BARBARA STANWYCK
SHBLWSWoC:^^
CROSS MY HEART." BETTY EOT
TOM. MOUNT TUFXm
Hollywood:
'Chicken Every
Sunday’ Gets
New Cast
By Shcilah Graham
Bette Davis’ mother-in-law was
married to Frank Miller, an elec
trician at Warner’s, on Easter Sun
day in San Diego. Bette and hus
band William Grant Sherry attended
the wedding.
Anne Baxter, the gal with the
golden Oscar, is the new top star
for “Chicken Every Sunday." This
very amusing story is getting a
complete new setup in the way of a
cast, with Anne as the mother, Dan
Dailey as the father and Peggy Ann
Garner as the daughter who tells
the story. This William Perlberg
picture is now scheduled to start in
the late summer.
Tom Drake plays Jaime in “Cass
Timberlane” with Spencer Tracy
and Lana Turner. Now there is
nothing to hold up the start of this
picture next Monday. And that's
very nice company fat Tom to be
keeping.
Red Skelton has signed a new
three-year pact with his radio spon
sors, and it gives him a clear $20,
000 per week for himself! With that
sort of money 1 don’t know why Red
ever worries about anything, but,
like all comedians, he worries about
everything.
Robert Young has decided ^gainst
accepting the preferred lead in “The
White Tower,” because it would
have meant location jaunts of two
months in Canada and three months
in Switzerland. Bob has decided to
take five months off from work, any
way. He has two good pictures
under his belt—his own production.
“Three Were Thoroughbreds,” and
"Crossfire,” for RKO.
* * * *
June Allyson was telling me on the
set of "Good News ’ that Dick Pow
ell’s illness was much more serious
than any one knew. "He had a
temperature pf 104,” says June,
shuddering, "and his penicillin poi
soning had swollen his legs to three
times their normal size.” She’s keep
ing Dick in the hospital for at least
two weeks, just to be on the safe
side. June adds that Dick lost 15
pounds because of his sickness, and
she lost seven pounds through
worry.
Van Johnson has just made his
first singing record for MGM rec
ordings. On one side, Van sings
“Goodnight,, Sweetheart,” and on
the other, “I Wonder, I Wonder, I
Wonder”!
Greer Garson tossed a reunion
party for the reassembled cast of
“Woman of My Own.” And Mervyn
Le Roy, now directing the added
scenes, tells me that there is noth
ing wrong with the picture that a
little knitting together won’t cure.
And by the way, when they go on
location, he will not allow Greer to
do any of her scenes in the water
again. "I took one look at those
rocks, and it's too dangerous,” says
* * * *
Peggy Cummins is really spinning,
what with more and more dates with
Cary Grant in out-of-the-way spots,
and more and more dates with
Huntington Hartford III, in the
more conspicuous spots. Looks like
Peggy has come out of her shell with
a bang I
Angela Lansbury, back from a
trip to New York, looks like a mil
lion and is preparing for her next
picture, “The Red Danube.”
Nancy Guild can’t find a house to
live in after she marries Charles
Russell, so she will re-do Charlie's
bachelor apartment. The marriage
will be quite soon.
Linda Darnell completed her long
list of presents for the “Forever
Amber” people with a gold cigarette
lighter yesterday to William Perl
berg, producer of the picture. Linda,
incidentally, exhausted after the
added scenes, is in bed with a touch
of the flu.
Cornel Wilde is more excited than
I’ve ever seen him, and it’s all about
his next picture, “I Found a Dream,”
with Ginger Rogers. In one dream
sequence, Cornel tells me he appears
to Ginger as an Indian! But apart
from that, this movie is a modem
sophisticated comedy.
(Released by North American Newspaper
Alliance.)
THEATER PARKING
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10th & E Sts. N.W.
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4407 Bowen Rood S.E.
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each week a larger number
of Classified Advertisements
than all other Washington
newspapers combined and
on Sunday, the big day in
Classified Advertising, double
that of its Sunday competi
tors combined.
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OMJCI U uu IVURCl WWIUvvWy ww.
firms, as of Much I, 1947; Guild Pub;
llahint Co.. Inc- the National Genealogical
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Mr. Brown. A. R. SEELYE CO.. Dl. 0868.
1400 L st. n.w. —10
READ THE FOUR IMPORTANT MESSAGES
for you from the Dye Works Specialist at
EXQUISITE CLEANERS in the Personal
column of this naser. _
I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE for any
bills unless contracted by myself. CHARLES
C. WILLIAMS. 1823 Potomac ave. s.e. 11*
WE ARE EQUIPPED TO MAKE the most
exquisite designs for that spring and sum
mer outfit you have dreamed of. A com
plete outfit for the bride or for graduation
is our specialty. 2804 14th st. n.w. ^AD.
WANTED, GIRL for hat-check concession
and to rent cigar stand. Call ME. 9762.
' , —10
I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE for any
debts incurred by any one other than my
self. WILLIAM F. BROOKS. Peoples Life
Insurance Bldg. n.w. 11*
the BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY for the
District of Columbia will hold examina
tions on Wednesday. Thursday and Fri
day. May 14, 16 and 16, 1947. for ap
plicants seeking to practice in the District
of Columbia as certified public account
ants. Initial application must be made
on form provided by the board and filed
not later than April 26. 1947/ Repeat
candidates must advise by the same date.
April 26. 1927, of intention to sit for the
examinations. MILLARD T. CHARLTON,
secretary, 1607 M it. n.w., Washington 6,
D. C. —12
HELP MEN.
ADVERTISING SALESMEN and account
executives with following preferred, chance
to do the things you have always wanted.
This is a fast-growing agency that only
wants men who are on the ball. EX. 0271
or Box 329-X. Star. —10
ADVERTISING SOLICITOR., experienced
only; 25% straight commission, for na
tional weekly. RE. 1676.
AUTOMOBILE BODY and fender man
wanted by Washington's oldest Ford dealer;
must be experienced: vacation with pay,
splendid working conditions and plenty of
work; excellent pay plan for those who
can produce. Call or see Mr. Brown at
HILL tc TIBBITT8. 1116 Vermont ave.
n.w.. NA. 9860. —10
AUTO MECHANIC, experienced only; ex
cellent salary; good hours; modem work
shop. RED'S GARAGE, 24 H st. n.e. 13*
ASSISTANT TO CREDIT MANAGER, young
man with office experience: excellent fine
future for the right person. Starting sal
ary S40 per -week, with regular increases.
Box 81-X, Star. —10
ASSISTANT JANITOR, colored, age 40-46.
knowledge of elevator, furnace and switch
board. reliable and good refs., 6 days a
wk. Call CO. 9390. —10
ASSISANT MANAGER—Young man to
learn nuance Dusiness unaer veterans
training program: car essential; will con
sider only man who is Interested In per
manent position with excellent future.
This Job means hard work; starting sal
ary. $200 mo. Apply to Mr. Buehler.
LIBERTY LOAN CORP.. 3407 Perry st.,
Mt. Rainier. Md. —11
ASSISTANT MANAGER to train for
manager: grocery store exper. preferred;
rapid promotions; age 23-30. Apply
manager, 705 16th st. n.w. —11
ACTO. MECHANIC, experienced, good
working conditions; good salary. BOWXE
VINCENT MOTOR CO . De Soto-Plymouth
Dealers. 6013 Georgia ave. n.w. Phone
RA. 0400. —16
AUTO MECHANIC, shop foreman; clean,
light shop. See Mr. Poates, FRIENDSHIP
MOTORS. 7320 Wis. ave., Bethesda, Md.
—18
AUTOMOBILE MECHANICS, A-l body and
fender men, painters, lubricators. Good
chance with leading firm in Northern
Virginia. None but experts need apply.
See Catchpole, BENDALL-PONTIAC. 1400
King st.. Alexandria. Va.
AUTO MECHANICS (2), lst-class men with
exper. on Studebaker preferred; good work
ing conditions and pay; 6-day week; 1%
time for overtime, vacation with pay. also
pay for holidays. It will be worth your
while to talk this over with our service
manager. Mr. Shade. McNEIL MOTORS,
1418 P sL n.w., CO. 2163. —10
AUTO PARTS MANi previous work In gas
station, tire store, parts store, garage
or warehouse will help you in this Job;
regular hours: $38 per wk. Apply Mr.
Dixon. L. P. STEUART, INC., 1430 P
st. n.w. —10
AUTOMOBILE SERVICE MANAGER want
ed by Chevrolet dealer doing over $10,000
customer labor monthly; must be experi
enced, aggressive and capable of assuming
responsibility of operation of service dept.
Please give full particulars, age. experi
ence, etc., in 1st reply. Box 176-X. Star.
AUTO SERVICE SALESMAN to sell service
and write repair orders, diagnose trouble
on Pontiac cars. If you are not familiar
with the product do not answer this ad.
5'-day week, vacation with pay. This is
a guoa u»ams lur me 1 mail. ell, ie
AUTO MECHANICS—Most modern equip
ped shop in Washington. All new equip
ment. well-lighted shop, excellent working
conditions, top wages, guaranteed salary,
coveralls furnished, vacation with pay.
sick leave. Come in and talk it over with
Bill Barto, service manager, WASHING
TON MOTOR SALES CORP.. Kaiser-Fra
ser distributor, 1516 14th st. n.w. —11
AUTO MECHANIC, experienced. State ex
perience and future ambition. Box 322
X. Star. —11
AUTO MECHANIC to work 814-day week
for Chevrolet dealer; clean, well-lighted
shop, pleasant working conditions, good
proposition to A-l men. Phone Mr. Best
pitch. CHEVY CHASE MOTOR CO., 7725
Wis. ave., OL. 6100. —11
AUtOMOTIVE PASTS CLERK, experienced
in General Motors parts; 614-day week;
2 weeks’ vacation with pay. See Mr.
Kline, ADDISON CHEVROLET SALES,
1522 14th st. n.w. —11
BAKER, all-around white man. for cakes,
pastries and decorating in small retail
bakery; 5-day wk„ closed Sunday and
Monday: good salary; must be honest, re
liable and sober. TR. 9156. MR. HEINZ
MAN. between 8 and 9 p.m. , —11
BANK CLERKS—Young men Interested
In bank work, 18-21 yrs. of axe: no ex
perience nec. Apply NATIONAL CAPI
TAL BANK. 316 Pa. ave. s.e. —12
BOY OR YOUNG MAN. white, to assem
ble orders in wholesale tobacco house: $30
week to start. 41 Eye st. n.e. —10
BOY, white. 18 years or over, with some
clerical experience, to work for newspaper;
short work week, day and night work on
alternate weeks; $25 per week to start,
advancements, permanent. Apply per
sonnel office. Room 504. Star Building,
THE EVENING STAR, 1101 Pa. ave. n.w.
BOYS. 16 ana over, with bicycles. Apply
WESTERN UNION. 1317 Hew York ave.
BRICKLAYERS wanted bv KORZENDOR
PER & BROOKS. INC. Report for work.
1318 28t.h st. n.w. —11
BRICKLAYERS WANTED—Long Job in
city. Good pay. Apply MR. DAVIS, 800
H st. n.w. —11
BRICKLAYERS, large development, steady
work, top wages, time and one half on Sat
urday. Apply JEFFERSON VILLAGE, INC.,
Lee bird, and Annandale rd„ Falls Church,
bIuCKLAYERS, must be good mechanics;
York ave. n.w. NA. 7416. —10
BRICKLAYERS wanted, plenty of work:
$2.50 per hr., time and one-half for Sat
urday. Apply on Job to MAT BOTTALICO
i Ma *>f» rhscansalrp st. * p —15
BRICKLAYERS WANTED, long-time Job,
$2.75 per hour, time and a half on Satur
day. Call ON. 4552 or ON. 2194. —13
BUFFER AND POLISHER, experienced or
preparation of metal articles for plating;
highest wages for steady man with ability
Apply ART METAL FINISHING CO.. 92J
12th st. n.w. —13
BUILDING MATERIAL expeditor and con
troller. Apply MR. HISLE. 313 No. Glebe
rd.. Arlington. Va. •—12
BUTCHER, experienced, cutting steaks for
hotel supply house. Write, stating age.
experience, salary expected. Good oppor
tunity. Box 4.33-M, Star. —11
BUTCHER, thoroughly experienced, ac
customed to handling better trade In retal
atore; permanent position for the right
man: good salary and hours: must b;
sober. ATLANTIC MARKET, 30 Atlantic
st. s.e.. TB. 8884. —11
BUTCHER, experienced only; a steady lot
for a steady man: positively no drinkers:
salary and working cond. very favorable.
Call in person. SHAPIRO'S MARKET,
4911 Georgia ave. n.w. —12
CARPENTERS—Project Just started, 8C
houses. SaTgent rd. between Riggs anC
Chillum rds. PRINCE GEORGES DE
VELOPMENT OORP —12
CARPENTERS. 1st class. S14.20 per day.
Apply 110? 20th st. n.w. —11
CARPENTER with old reliable kitchen
modernization co.: installing custom-bull:
kitchens: permanent. Telephone ME. 1562
CARPENTERS wanted by KORZENDOR
PER 4s BROOKS. INC. Report for work,
1318 28th at. n.w. —11
CARPENTERS wanted, lst-claas mechan
ics; $15 for 8-hr. day; plenty of work
No. 20 Chesapeake st. s.e. and No. i
Brandywine st. s.e. -—12
CARPENTERS for repair work, $14 pel
day. CaU DI. 9706. —10
CARPET LAYERS and estimator: 5-day
40-hr. week. Apply In person, personne:
office. 9th fl . 9:30 to 6 dally. WOODWARE
& LOTHROP —12 ,
CAB WASHER; $40 week guaranteed
commission to right man; only experi
enced need apply; must be sober. LUND
QUIST SUNOCO. 2306 Fenna ave. s.e.
CLERK for grocery and vegetable depart
mem; experienced omy neea appiy. uav* c
coiamSachine Mechanic, experienced
to serrice coin-operated machines: pleas
ant working conditions. HIRSH MACHINI
CORP- 130$ N. J. are. n.w. 13
CONCESSION AGENTS for camlral oper
atlnc nearby- all seasons. 2235 lat st
o.w —11
COOK, second, for dub: must ba good
white or colored: references. Write par
ticulars. Box 428-M, 8tat. —13
COOK, second, must be dependable, sober,
exper.: don't apply If not. GECRGBTE
RESTAURANT. 1722 Eye St. n.w. —13
COUNTERMAN, exper.. for meat market.
HARTMANN MARKET, 4701 Sultland rd.
s.e. Locust 0183-J. —12
COUNTEBMAN. experienced: good salary
BSSkiSSn WjSi?Iu»3$UO“82 «
CBEblTrcoELECT10N MAN—Experienced
Good opnortunity: one looking for per
manent jodfion™!, n«dg ap
P7th ft* n*w
l' Apply tm wmm
4
,SUBURBAN HEIGHTS —By Gluyos Williams
I m mi r mi, nr n ■ ——————■————mmmmmam
mm If WAS 1te ANAL BRlPAE PARIV OF it SEASON AfUE COHMMlV CUfiL
TREP PERlEV HADE A FiCWERV IMS SPEECH AN WlNHlKfr TlRSf FRl2£, AHP
WlS CONSIDERABLY EMBARRASSED MEN JTVAS DISCOVERED fKATHEHM?
ADDED UP HIS SCORE WRONA AMD HAD ONLY FINISHED FjFftf
1 n^MiwM^w ___.»-to-47 IftSSfe.
HELP MEN (Cm».)
l _____ __ _a
enced need apply." SILVER POX REffTAC -
RANT. 5324 WlJ. ave. n.w., EM. 7036. —11
DOORMAN, janitor and chauffeur; colored;
good salary and hours. Apply office, 2737
Devonshire pi. n.w. —11
DRAFTSMEN (or part-time work; mechan
ical, architectural, topographical and
structural. Box 149-X. Star. —10
DRIVER, with own vehicle, to solicit and
pick up dry cleaning (or established con
cern; own route preferred, but not neces
sary. Box 92-X. Star. —12
DRIVER-SALESMAN— Established route
now earning excellent commission; only
live wire with flrst-dass relerences need
apply; bond reaulred. 9 to 12 noon, HUB
HELP MEN. 1
SSS7 young, 18 to 30, high
ates. exper.. or to train for b
Apply In person to the CTI
st. and Mass. ave. n.w.. or
HA. 8600.
MEN, colored, over 84. with good educa
tion and oopearance. for full-time .sales
position; experience not nec. if able to
meet public; earnlngt start about 850 wk.
with increase as Qualified. See Mr. Imes.
10 to 1 o.m. at 13th st. YMCA on Friday.
REAL SILK HOSIERY MILLS.
MEN WANTED for steady work at good
pay as streetcar and bus operators; aver,
weekly earnings, $60; no experience neces
sary; all training paid for: opportunity for
promotion plus pension system, paid vaca
tion. free transportation. Apply in person
weekday mornings, Monday through Fri
day. between 8:30 a.m. and 12 noon.
CAPITAL TRANSIT CO., employment offlcQ,
3132 M st. n.w. Take Route 10. Rosslyn;
Route 20, Cabin John; Route 30, Friend
ship Heights streetcar to door. —10
NIGHT WATCHMAN, good lob for right
man: clean, modern building: insurance
and hospitalisation. See Mr. Stakes, MAY
FLOWER MOTORS, INC., 1125 16th st. n.w.
OIL BURNER SERVICE DISPATCHER,
preferably experienced at this type of work
and familiar with Washington area; 40-hr.
week, time and half for overtime. Please
write reply in own handwriting, giving
age. experience, phone and address, to
Box 29-Z. Star. __ 13*
OUTDOOR CLERICAL WORK, experience
not necessary, training paid for; 18 to 45
years of age, high school graduate; learn to
check traffic; work full time. 6 days per
week: about 8176 per month for 48-hour
week. Apply in person. Monday through
Friday, between 9 a.m. and 12 noon. CAP
ITAL TRANSIT CO., employment office,
3132 M st. n.w., Georgetown. Take Route
10, Rosslyn; 20, Cabin John; 30. Friend
ship Heights streetcars. . —10
PACKERS, experienced with household
goods desirable; good wages, steady work.
SECURITY STORAGE. 1140 15th st, n.w.
PAINTERS, experienced: steady work;
good salary. Apply FAIRFAX HOTEL,
2100 Mass. ave. n.w. —10
PAINTERS and paper hanger—2 painters,
first class only, steady work; 1 first-class
paper hanger. Call JCH. 3464. —10
PAINTERS and papJr bangers. 1st class
only. Others do not apply. WILLIAM
PAINTERS'a’Nd'WALL CLEANERS,“white,
first class; too wages. BALTIMORE REN
OVATING, 2323 18th st. n.w. —11
PAPER HANGER, lst-class only; top
wages. CO. 3491. 1862 Ingleslde ter
race n.w. . —10
PATENT ATTORNEY — Established firm
UAunLf£<niuvG> o<ir»t tuu mskciu »v*.»
Mt. Rainier. Md. —13
DRIVERS WANTED for Diamond cabs.
New 1946-1947 cabs and used cabs avail
able. Reasonable rental rates. Must have
identification card. Apply DIAMOND LOT.
101 M at. n.e.. see Melvin Herriman.
DRIVERS IN ARLINGTON—Openings for
a few good drivers who want steady,
permanent employment with high-earn
ing potentials, as part of a growing or
ganization. Apply to Mr. Clements. AR
LINGTON YELLOW CAB CO.. 3637 Wilson
blvd., Arlington. Va. —11
DRUG CLERK, permanent position, good
hours, top salary. STARK’S PHARM
ACY, 3226 Wisconsin ave. n.w. —12
ELECTRICIANS—If you are looking for
steady work, apply at 4319 7th st. n.w.,
bet. 4:30 and 6:30 o.m. I. J. FREED
MAN. —12
ELEVATOR OPERATOR, white, age 20-36.
experienced, to work in The Star Building;
6-day week, excellent working conditions,
permanent, Increases. Apply personnel
office, Room 604, Star Building. THE EVE
NING STAR, 1101 Pa. ave. n.w.
ELEVATOR OPERATOR, white, over 18
years of age. birth certificate required; ex
perience preferred but not essential.
Apply in person to Mr. Powell. HOTEL
WASHINGTON, 16th and Penna. ave. n.w.
—'ll
ELEVATOR STARTER, white, for office
bldg.; $35 per wk. of 48 hours; only one
with experience need apply. 1436 G at.
n.w.. Room 1063. —11
ENGINEER, ;.rd class; stoker-fired high
pressure steam boiler. GE. 2722. —11
ESTIMATOR for large plumbing and heat
ing contractor; high-class, thoroughly ex
perienced man: excellent salary and share
of profits; unlimited possibilities for re
liable man. State age, reference and ex
perience. Box 62-25. Star. —15
FARMER and dairyman, exper., to ran
milking machine; good salary, modern
17™ B. F*SALSB17R^r.*rFsirfax, VT fffig
Church 1954-J. „„ „—12 .
FARMER, white, sober; 100-acre Maryland
farm, 20 miles from Wash.: no grain;
specializing game birds: comfortable mod.
cottage, good home: give age, qualifications,
size of family, salary. Box 427-M^Star.
FARM HANDS WANTED. Box 37-Z^Star.
FILIPINO BOY—General housework; 2 In
family, recent refs, required; live in or out;
*100 mo. NA. 6364. —11
FILLING STATION MANAGER for large
downtown location; must be thoroughly
.nhae ahla fo nrMlUV!
nas opening ior registered patent attorney,
capable of commanding attractive salary;
6-day. 36-hour week with opportunity for
advancement In salary. Overtime piece
work at very good rate* if desired. Box
307-X. Star. —13
PAYROLL CLERK, use typewriter; good
salary and hours; steady Job. Box
6-Z. Star. 11*
PAYROLL CLERK, to 81 years of axe.
Permanent position with opportunity for
advancement. 6'4-day. 40-hour week.
GENERAL BAKING CO., 2146 Georgia
ave. n.w. —16
PHARMACIST, Maryland registry; vicinity
Silver Spring; top salary; 3 days a week,
hours to suit. Box 91-X. Star. —10
PHARMACIST, excellent salary, very good
hours; wonderful opportunity. WESLEY
HEIGHTS PHARMACY. 3303 46th St. n.W.
WO. 6200. —16
PHARMACIST, full time; good hour* and
salary. A real opportunity for the right
man. DORCHESTER PHARMACY. CO.,
•6111. 10*
PHOTO PORTRAIT SALESMEN, salary
and commission basis. BOB MILLER
STUDIOS, 1807 H St. n.w., DI. 5788. —11
PIN BOYS, experienced._Apply PET
WORTH BOWLING CENTER, 3712 Geor
gia are. n.w.
PIN BOYS, over 18. between 6 and 11;
guarantee good pay for part-time work.
TAKOMA BOWLING ALLEY. 317 Cedar it.
n.w. RA. 9719. —10
PLASTERERS WANTED, long lob. $19 per
day, open shop. Call NO. 2661 after 6 p.m.
—13
PLUMBER—Remodeling old shop; steady
work, good wages; helper furnished: va
cation. JOHN Q. WEBSTER, 627 F it.
n.w., NA. 4163, WO. 2220. , —13 _
PLUMBERS for new construction work:
long-range program. Call RA. 1012. —13
PLUMBER’S HELPER, experienced. Call
for appointment, TA. 6124 or TA. 6326.
PLUMBING-HEATING ESTIMATOR with
local experience; steady man looking for
permanent connections; excellent salary
and other considerations: earnings only
limited by ability to produce; long-estab
lished Him. Give age, references and full
details, box 68-Z. Star. —12
porter; colored, for men’* clothing store.
Must have references. Apply UNIVERSITY
SHOP, 716 14th St. n.w. —10
PORTER-DISHWASHER. Apply In person,
201 Upshur st. n.w.
PRESSERS and tailors, men’* and women’s
alterations dept., 5-day. 40-hr. wk. Ap
ply In person, personnel office, 9th fl.,
WOODWARD & LOTHROP, 9:30 to 6
dally. —12
PRESSERS, wool, experienced for high
quality work; steadyjob, good pay. Apply
RINALDI Sc LEEMAN’S. dry cleaner*. 7926
Ga. ave.. Sliver Spring. Md. —10
PRES8ER AND TAILOR (man or woman),
wanted at once; steady Job: good salary.
MR. SAMUEL TA8H, 4447 Conn. ave.
n w EM. 4447. —12
PRESSER for men’s and women’* clothes;
good salary and hour*; must be sober.
RANDALL CLEANERS. 7023 Wii. ave.,
vtrv onco - 1 1
excellent opportunity for permanent con
nection for ambitious worker: furnish ref
erences with your letter. Box 41-Z. Star.
fireman. 6th Class: tood Job. good pay:
stoker fired. Apply 1708 L st. n.w to
chief engineer. _ —10 .
FLOOR manager—Excellent opportunity
for ambitious man. experienced In meet
ing the public. Apply Mr. Berns, BOND
CLOTHE8. 1335 F St. n.w. , ,
FLOOR MANAGER; dept, store or special
ty shop experience necessary. Apply 6th
floor. OOLDENBERG’S, 7th and K sts^n.w.
FLOOR MANAGERS. 5-day. 40-hr. week
Apply personnel office, 9th floor, 9:30-6
daily. WOODWARD & LOTHROP. —12
FLOOR LAYERS, for lob of 12 houses,
either contract or day labor. J. B. TTP
FEY, construction Job. at 2nd and Webster
sts. n.e. ' _ —11
FOOD CHECKER AND CASHIER, for room
service desk, 5:30 p.m. to closing See
Mr. Otto between 3 and 6 p.m., RALEIGH
HOTEL. 12th and Penna. ave. n.w. —10
FOUNTAIN BOY for neighborhood drug
store: no nights or Sundays; over 18,
white. LI. 4498 —12
FOUNTAIN CLERKS for nlghtwork, 11
p.m. to 8 a.m.: over 18, experience pre
ferred but not neaessary. Uniforms fur
nished and laundered free_Apply Mr.
Cross. PEOPLES DRUG STORE, 14th *t.
at Thomas Circle. _ —12
FOUNTAIN CLERKS, age 16 yearg or over.
We will train you in excellent working
conditions. Uniforms furnished ana
laundered free. Apply to Mr. Lloyd, PEO
PLES SERVICE DRUG STORE, 8316
Georgia ave., Sljper Spring, Md. —12
FOUNT. GRILL MANAGER, uptown n W.
pharmacy; exper., must have best refs.;
Krm. pos.: start at $65 wk.. plus monthly
nus. A11 Information confidential. Box
337-A. Star. —11
FRENCH GENTLEMAN, with good educa
tion and instruction, for teaching part
time evenings. Apply BERLITZ, ^839
FURNITURE - REFINIS&ER. experienced:
D. C. driver’s permit; neat appearance;
good salary. See Mr. Bell, P. J. NEE
CO., 7th and H sts. n.w. —12
FURNITURE SALESMEN,- for large Wash
ington furniture store; experience not
necessary. Apply CURTIS BROS. FURNI
TURE CO., 2041 Nichols ave. s.e., Ana
costia. —,
FURNITURE REPAIRMAN, experienced,
steady work. Apply employment office,
WARDMAN PARK HOTEL, 2700 Woodley
rd. n w. —10
FURNITURE SALESMEN, Inside selling on
floor of large furniture concern: good earn
ings and pleasant work: we are increas
ing our inside sales force, and present
salesmen know of thta program. Box
361"A« Star
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO.—Opening, per
manent, for young high school graduate:
clerical duties with opportunity for ad
vancement. Reply in own handwriting to
PRINTER, compositor, all-around energetic
man, permanent job. Apply HARBY A.
NELLIGAN, 2711 12th st. n.e., HO.J2711.
RADIO REPAIRMAN, with auto, for out
side work. 718 H St. n.w. ME. 2646
or TA. 0867. —14
RADIO REPAIRMAN—We are looking lor
a man with sufficient technical knowledge
to work on better-type sets. Outside work
for downtown store. Salary and mileage
allowance. Write Bo* 331-V, Star.
REAL ESTATE luting solicitor by estab
lished reputable office; s.e.; full or part
time. Write Box 6780, Ft. Davis Station,
Washington 20. D. C. —12
REAL ESTATE SALESMEN, excellent op
portunity with progressive firm serving
Arlington and Fairfax Countlea: experience
not necessary: car essential. Reply, giv
ing telephone number. Box 436-X^8tar.
REAL ESTATE SALES MANAGER. Intel
ligent, ambitious and good character; ex
cellent future and unlimited possibilities
for right man. Reply, giving experience
and references. Box 437-X, Star. —13
REFRIGERATOR SERVICEMAN. some
knowledge of electrical repairs. Apply
JACKSON'S, 4718 Bethesda ave., Bethes
da. Md. _ —10
RELIEF TIMEKEEPER and houae officer,
irregular hours, age 42 to 62. Apply em
ployment office, WARDMAN PARK HOTEL,
2700 Woodley rd. n.w. _
ROOM CLERK-CASHIER, must be thor
oughly experienced; good job for right
man: good salary and_meals. Apply
manager. FAIRFAX HOTEL, 2100 Mass,
ave. n.w. —10
ROCTEMEN (2). must be exper.. for re
tail laundry and dry cleaning route: can
ofler good, sober, industrious men good
living wage with sound future. MAIN
CLEANERS. 2149 Queens Chapel rd. n.e..
nr. N. Y. ave. and Bladenaburg rd. —13
SALESMAN tor outside work, with knowl
edge of interior decorating and estimating
for drapery and upholstering. Apply em
ployment office, 4th floor, LANSBURQH Ac
BRO.. 7th. 8th and C sts. n.w. —12
Salesman, experienced selling men’s
colthing. This is a permanent position
with an excellent future, salaiy open de
|g^“«re8&8Wafi> "cLcmnSa
RALESMAN^men’s^dothlng. Saturday onto,
experienced selling better quality cloth
ing In fine men’s specialty shop, featuring
Kuppenheimer clothes exclusively In Wash
ington for 61 years. Ask for Mr. Davis,
GROSNER of 1326 F at. —10
SALES MGR., $60 wk„ fast raises to
energetic, youthful oroducer. All-around
capacity; mar. small wholesale linn sell
in* multiline to grocers, restaurants. Sell,
break-in salesmen, shin orders, office
duties, etc.: 100% co-on. working under
progressive owner. Write fully, Box 95-X,
Sir. D. «• r-01»y, UJEMKKJU* *UBsW«*y
CO., Room 800, Shorehtm Bldg., Wash
ington 6. D. C. Do not call In person
or phone —11
GROCERY CLERKS and deliveryman,
exoer.; good salary. Apply 1813 Colum
bia rd. n.w. , . —10
GROCERYMAN. with knowledge of meat
cutting; good salary. Apply 819 11th st.
n w —10
HARDWARE CLERK, permanent lob for
willing worker: 5'A-dsy week. Takoma
EKlSPITALlZATlbN salesmen (2); big
earnings for producer: no exper. necessary.
Call NA. 1492 for Interview. —10
HOTEL CLERK, experience not necessary:
permanent Job. good pay; aged over 48.
Apply in person. 730 12th st. n.w. —11
JANITOR, for tearoom: good salary, liv
ing quarters on premises. JA. 1852. —11
JANITOR, small apartment house. $/5 and
quarters; stoker understanding and gen
eral bandy man experience necessary; mar
ried man. no children. Call NA. 9281
between 3 and 0. , _
JANITOR, colored, nlghtwork, 7:30 p.m.
to 7:30 a.m ; reliable and sober: $100 per
mo. DE. 1652. —11
KITCHEN HELPER wanted: 8 days a
week; $23. Call in person for interview,
JOHNSON S CAFE. 1909 14th st. n.w. —10
LIQUOR SALESMAN for lge. retail store;
must be experienced In this line. Box
432-M. Star. ^ . —11
MACHINIST, first class, must have produc
tion milling experience; no others need
apply. BOWEN & CO . INC . 4712 Be
thesda ave., Bethesda, Md. —14
MAN. white, about 40. strictly a non
drinker. to handle linens, rent rms.. etc.
L.H.K. rm. and $140 mo. clear of tsx»s.
Do not apply if you drink at all. HOTEL
COURT, Baltimore blvd.. 2 ml. past College
Park, 'rower 6678. —13
MAN. middle aged, reliable: opening for
steady position, interesting work; 5-day
wk.; dental lab. Apply second floor, 1722
Eye st. n.w. . —13
MAN—Lee. furniture store has opening
lor dependable young man as credit tiers.
experience pref.: must be interested in a
permanent position wit* opport. for ad
vancement: good salary, vac. with pay,
yearly bonus and insurance. Apply in
person. Mr. Burton. HUB FURNITURE CO.,
7th and D sts. n.w.
MAN wanted, age 50-80. to act as night
watchman and room clerk; drinkers do not
apply; good salary with room and board.
Apply after 4 p.m.. 8410 Baltimore are.,
Berwyn. Md. Tower 8660. —11
MAN, young, assisting in general office
work and advertising: must be able to
type; young, ambitious: 44-hr. week. Ap
3siry Vian'l’Wk.
Apply BFITAR ICE CREAM CO., 1335 H
18 to 25, knows FBZ. 60 sUtions.
5 trunks; $12 per wk.; hr».. 5 to 11; Bats,
off; Sundays. 3 to 10: dinners every day;
sober, honSt. Call NO. 1408. —11
MAN to work as attandant in arcade
and shooting gsllery. See MR. SMITH at
412 8th st. n.w. —11 .
MAN, single, sober, about 50 years old to
work on small country place. Just beyond
Silver Spring; feeding, milk 2 cows, care
of chickens and small garden; must cook
for self. References required. GE 4138.
MAN, white, sbout 45 yesrs old and mar
ried. as Janitor of commercial develop
ment; experience in handling stoker-tired
heating boiler necessary; desirable quar
ters on 2nd floor included in compensation.
Call MB. GRIER. NA. 8080.
MECHANIC who knows pin gsm.es and
Jute boxes, inside and outside work; food
-and chance for advancement. See
- 412 Pth st. n.w. 11
: ;s
SALESMEN—Need several men to solicit
■ocations for all trees of coin-operated
machines. Liberal commission. Pull or
part time. Also as side line. Call MR.
CLAYBURNE. DL 0101 before lO^SJn.
SALESMEN, with automobile, full or part
time; earn bis money during our spring
campaign. Investigate our plan. Whereby
you can tarn up to *30 a day. ^Cail
SALESMEN—Exceptional earnings for next
4 mos. with seasonal specialty Our mm
earned better than >100 per wk. last sea
son. See MR. PIKE, 1737 Penna. ave^n.w.
salesmen, mm’s and boys’ dept ; experi
ence necessary; 5-day week; 20* dis
count on purchases. Apply 5th floor,
GOLDENBERQ 8, 7 th and K sts. n.w. —12
SALESMEN—Earn S100-S150 per Wk. with
nationally advertised silverware and
heavy Regal waterless cookware. We are
the sole distributors of this merchandise
in Wash.. Md and Va.; transportation
turn. Apply ALLSTATE HOMS EQUIP
MENT CO.. 3730 10th at. n.e. —10
SALESMEN—Are you satisfied with your
earnings? With your progress? Associa
tion with a Washington factory branch
of a young, fast-growing organisation,
selling a bona Bde product in this fertile
market is an opportunity worth investi
gating. If you have ambition.. if yon are
willing to work hard for earnings in toe
high brackets, if you own a car, tom
giSMs-'&M
*
st. n.w ka 4001. ——a a
SLIP COVER CUTTERS; highest salary
for experts. Bee Mr. Gooding. MILLER
FURNITURE STORE. 8th and Penna.
SODA'VoUNTAIN MEN, white, full and
Dart time. Apply PEARSON’S PHAR
MACY. 2448 Wls. ave. n.w.. WO._6210.
SPORTING GOODS SALESMAN with
knowledge of fishing tackle, golf, guns,
and ammunition; for newly opened sport
ing goods department. Excellent oppor
tunity. Apply MILLS CO . 8th andJB^n.w.
STOCKROOM WORKERS, permanent lobs
open with established large wholesale
house. Good opportunity for advance
ment; 6-day. 40-hour week. Apply to
person. personnel office. SOUTHERN
WHOLESALERS. INC., 1619 L st. n.w
UPHOLSTERER, first class. For infor
mation, call EM. 6002 or WI. 6859 —14
UPHOLSTERER, experienced. Call EX.
3780 between 7 and 8 p.m. —10
USHERS wanted. 18-25, full or part time.
Apply in lobby. LOEW’S PALACE THE
ATER, 1300 F st. n.w. —10
WAITERS, white, experienced In serving
Italian food; good working conditions, ex
cellent tins; must be sober, honest and
reliable: no phone calls. Apply JENE*8
ITALIAN RESTAURANT. 1707 De Sales
WATCHMAKER—Opening lor a compe
tent and exper. man, good salary, excel,
working conditions. Sec Mr. Blanken,
CHA8. SCHWARTZ tc SONS. 708 7th st.
n.w \ —
2627 K st. n.w. —14
YOUNG MAN, 26 to 86. with driver’s
license, as supervisor lor a retail shopping
tarv^a nn necessary. must be
free to travel. Apply 623, Star Bldg.—12
YOUNG MAN, 26-30. to train as building
superintendent tor old-established Wash
ington organisation; responsibilities of
maintenance and repair of a large com
mercial office bundling and plant, super
vise building personnel, supervise new con
struction, ana procure essential equipment
and materials; permanent; prefer college
graduate with engineering background; 6
day, 40-hour week; starting salanr $50 per
week with planned advancement and all
employment advantages. Write, stating
fulfvparticulars. Box 22-Z. Star. —10
YOUNG MAN, to work in drugstore.
COMMODORE PHARMACY. No. 2 F St.
YOUNG MAH to learn generator, carbu
retor and fuel pump work. State experi
ence, if any. and future ambition. Box
^23*Xi • -■ 11
YOUNG MAN, neat, for general duties in
wholesale firm; must be honest and will
ing. Box 4S8-Y, Star. . 10*
YOUNG MAN for packing china and house
hold goods; exper. not necessary if you
are willing to learn; must be sober, honest
and Industrious. See Mr. Bailey, rear of
AMERICAN STORAGE CO.. 2801 Oa^ave.
YOUNG MAN. over *1, work in grocery,
have driver’s license. Call SP. 0.106. —13
YOUNG MAN to contact homeowners.
Opportunity for hard worker: $25 plus
commission to start. Arlington resident
preferred. CH. 0431. —11
YOUNG MAN, speedy, strong, lor gem
warehouse office, typing truck delivery
work: white, married: 90c hr. plus 114
overtime: perm. 4302 Georgia ave. —10
YOUNG MAN WITH CAR, for fur storage
work, must hove pleasant personality,
knowledge of furs: liberal salary and com
mission. Call MR. L„ EX. 0975. -—11
YOUNG MAN over 21. if you ore interested
in learning salesmanship or if you are ex
perienced we now have a plan where your
earnings will be over 360 per week to
start. Give age and phone. Box 8-Z.
Star. —15
YOUNG MAN wanted to work in a grocery;
steady Job: experienced and reference.
Call LI. 8833. _ , > . —H .
YOUNG MAN to work in warehouse of
wholesale-retail paint store. Prefer one
who caa be trained as store salesman.
FLYN?IPA*NT CO, 6ob c’st' n.w —11
YOUNG MAN. single, between 22-27 yrs.
of ace. for claim work in insurance agency;
knowledge of shorthand and typing neces
sary; automobile preferable* but not easen
tlal. box jho-a. mar. —»•>
dependable man, for greenhouse
work, steady employment. SH. 8300.
1072ft Georgia ave., Silver Spring. ^Md.
GT TO TRAIN for restaurant manager,
married man, $200 mo. B. 4s JB. INDUS
TRIAL CATERING SERVICE, 0303 Geor
gia ave. n.w. Apply between S and ft am,
MODERN electrical appliance store needs
the services of an aggreaalve salesman,
with or without exper. WI. 7200. —12
TWO MEN to learn auto parts business.
D. C permit, S'.i-day week. Apply MR.
WHEELER. 400 H St. n.e. , . —11
UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY In technical sales
—The J. M. Ney Co. of Hartford 1. Conn.,
the leading organization In the Held of
prectoua metal alloys for the dental pro
fession. Is looking for a man to be
come Its technical representative In the
Philadelphia territory. The Job Is one
of unusual prestige. Interest and career
possibilities. It also offers substantial re
muneration In the form of salary, plus
commissions. If we can And a man with
the right personality, educational back
ground, inborn sales sense and some abil
ity to do line work with his hands, we
will assume the responsibility of teach
ing him the basic technical reaulrements
of the lob. If you think you can make
the grade, write us In detail, telling us
CO&PANION for a convalescent young man.
fulltime or part time. Call GE. 4764.
5ALI5MEH.
BUSINESS CHANCE SALESMEN—This or
ganization needs 3 top-notch business
chance salesmen to to Its rapidly expand
ing needs. Call RIDGE REALTY CO . RE.
1678. —11
ELEC. APPLIANCE SALESMAN, must be
exper.: salary and commission. MR.
Williams, ho. 2200. —14
LIQUOR SALESMAN for retail store; must
be exper. in selling, must have good per
sonality. and be a live wire: excel, opport.
for advance., perm. Box 383-A. Star. —12
MEAT SALESMAN, experienced, with car,
for established route in District and sub
UlUAIl (U»IUUt. *»*/! v»i «jlu » »*»vv
expenses. Permanent position. Oppor
tunity for advancement with nations! firm.
Give see, experience, references. Box 289
Y. Star. 10*
Men (3), executive type, with cars, to
work In Washington on newspaper leads.
Selling to women only. Our salesmen are
averaging better then *125 per week.
Phone for appointment. RE. 3071. ask for
SALESMAN, garage equipment: excellent
Opportunity with growing concern; distrib
utors of nationally recognized line. D. C.
and vicinity; only thoee with experience
end following in the trade need apply;
car necessary. For appointment, phone
CO. 3437. —11
SALESMAN, high type, with ear. Mfrs.’
rep. has excellent onnortunity for quail
fled man to cover Va for nationally known
furniture factories. Wholesale only. Sal
ary. Dlus expenses, plus commission. No
experience necessary. Home week ends.
Include phone number. Box 14-Z. Star.
SALESMAN—Sell for well-known supply
house, a complete established line of read
ily salable products to realtors, hotels, apt.
houses, institutions, etc. Salary and com
mission. Personal interviews required. ^7 09
LARGE ^WHOLESALE GROCERY company
has position open for young man exper
ienced with groceries, to represent them in
Alexandra and other nearby Virginia ter
ritory. This can be a wefi-paying, perma
nent position for a young man with ambl
saSmsfe WjKCfli
strictly confidential. Bo* 178-A. Sti
SALESMAN WANTED to represent.
CAN HOME FOODS, INC. (Clapp’s
Food, Q. Washington Instant Coffee,
Baking Mixes, Chef-Boy-Ar-Dee «—
Foods. Joseph Burnett products.) Cur
nec.; permanent position; excel, future;
established territory. Selling and servicing
chain and Independent grocery stores. State
age. address, phone, exper. in reply. Box
salesmen WANTED—Men with automo
tive oe mill supply selling exper.; excel,
positions with long-established local dis
tributor. outline exper. in your reply. Box
as
week. Hard-hitting closers to call on news
paper inquiry leads; earnings in excess of
*10,000 for right men. Excellent chance
Far advancement with rapidly expanding
anyas-w/as.11" 19th •yr,
SALESMEN for furniture store, write full
gaarjfcsLj’g jkLts&ji:
ployes know about this ad. No inquiries
will be made to your references until after
mutually satisfactory Interview. Letter of
application should contain complete In
formation about yourself. Box 408-A.
CASHIERS and relief cashiers for front
office work. Apply auditor'! office. HAM- 3
HjTON HOTEL. —10
COUPLE, sober; woman, cook: man, bouse,
yard and sarden: Maryland, 80 miles from
Wash. Qive age, color, exper. Box 427-M.
MIMEOGRAPH - MULTIGRAPH operator,
PHARMACIST, registered, colored, man
r^isffit’S.w0^
._E (no children). as care
rs mi 140 acres, 2 miles from Rock
-; wife to assist In residence: *180
a mo., wtth usual allowances, good living
7665 until 5 P.m.; Rockville 2669 eves., ?
Saturday and Sunday. —11
WINDOW DRESSER and display, experi
enced In Jewelry preferable but not neces
sary; excellent opportunity for ambitloui
young man or woman, good salary. See Mr.
Blanken, CHAS. SCHWARTZ A SONS, 708
7th st. n.w. —10
HELP WOMEN.
ADVERTISING TELEPHONE CLERK for
classified advertising department of news
paper: 5-day week. .78 to 40 hours: must ■
Be able to work every other Sunday; per
manent position for good, accurate typist,
capable of answering Incoming telephone
calls. Apply personnel office. Room 504.
THE EVENING STAR. 1101 Pa. ave^n.w.
ADVERTISING SOLICITOR. classified. )
phone, part time, experienced only; 264
straight commission. Phone RE. 1576. —11 >;
ALTERATION OPERATORS, silk finishers,
upholstery sewers; 6-day, 40-hr. wk. Apply
to person, WOODWARD A LOTHROP, per
sonnel office. 9th fi.. 9:30-6 dally. —IS
ARTIST—Experienced fashion artist for
full-time work; must be capable of turn
ing out fast, clear fashion figures and
accessories; excellent salary; 6-day week;
204 discount on all purchases. Apply
employment office, 5th floor, GOLDEN
BERG’S. 7th. 8th and K sts. n.w. —12
ASSISTANT BKKPR.. experienced: steady ,
position with old-established firm. See
Mr. O’Neil. HECHINGBR CO.. 15th and H
ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER-TYPIST for
private school. 39-hour week, pleasant
working conditions; S160 mo. RE. 2262.
—10 '
ASSISTANT BUYER for coat department
in downstairs store: must have retailing
experience; fi-day. 40-hr. wk.: 204 dig- j
count on purchases. Apply employment
office 4th fl LANSBURGH A BRO., 7th.
8th and E sts. n.w. —12
ASSISTANT BUYER for underwear de
partment to downstairs store; must have
retailing experience: 6-day. 40-hr. wk.;
•Iflf/. rtlepnilnt nn nnroVi a sac innl* am.
ployment office, 4th fl.. LANSBURGH *
BRO . 7th, 8th and E sts. n.w. —18
ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER, construction
company. Bethesda area. State ace, edu
cation, experience, salary desired. Box l
424-8, Star. —12
AWNING SEAMSTRESS, white, exper. pra
ter red; steady work, good pay, 6-day week.
Apply 2304 R. I. ave. n.e. —10
BEAUTICIAN8 (2), must be skilled opera
tors in all branches of beauty culture:
also Interested In employing man or wom
an hair stylist; excellent above-average
earnings; exclusive shop. AD. 1707. —13
BEAUTICIAN—Opening for good mani
curist. FRED THE HAIRSTYLIST. 60S
11th st. n.w. —13 !
BEAUTICIAN EXPERT) 6 Mi days. 8-6:
salary plus commission. RA. 3581. —IS
BEAUTY OPERATOR, also manicurist— 1
Steady positions; In exclusive alr-condl
ttoned salon. GASTON. 1741 Conn, ave.,
HO. 6440. —11
BEAUTY OPERATOR, experienced; salary
$10 day, plus comm.; brs. l to 9 p.m. and
9 to 6 p.m. Sat. Apply CONSTANCE
BEAUTY SHOP. 705 18th St. n.w. —13 ,
BEAUTY OPERATOR, exper.: salary and
commission: 5-day wk. OTIS MICHAEL'S
BEAUTY SALON, 604 11th It. n.w. —18
FOUNTAIN GIRL, part time, 8 nights a
Week: 6-10 p.m.; uniforms furnished.
SERVICE PHARMACY. 14th and L sts. n.w.
—13
BEAUTICIAN, experienced; good sajary,
BEAUTY OPERATOR. «xperi*ncedT all
around; hours. 9 to 6; good salary and
commission, Chevy Chase section. EM.
7941. —13 .
BEAUTY OPERATOR—Opening for good
operator, store hours and privileges. FRED,
THE HAIR STYLIST, at Fhilipsbom, 608
ilth at. n.w. —13
BEAUTY OPERATOR, all-around, part or
full time, for select clientele, must be ex
perienced: call in person: with following,
PAUL'S HAIR DRESSING STUDIO. 182*
M st. n w. —12
BEAUTY OPERATORS for downtown, air
conditioned. modern shop: guaranteed $50
a week MYRA BEAUTY SALON, 607
12thst. n.w. —12
BEAUTY OPERATOR for department a tor*
beauty salon; must be expert; salary and (
commission. 5-day. 40-hour week: 20V
discount on purchases. Apply employment
aMo. i4+K 8aa. T IMflDTTDnU s, nun
7th. 8th »nd E sts. n.w. —13
BEAUTY OPERATOR, full time: exper. I
no license required. OX. 1338 or apply i
3118 Wilson blvd., Arlington. Ve., EMILY
BEAUTY 8HOP.
BEAUTY OPERATOR, first class: air-con
ditioned shop: good hours; *00 week: alse
part-time operator needed. Call EM.
9870. —19
BINDERY GIRL, experienced. Phone MR.
POST, DI. 7822. —11
BOOKKEEPER, attractive young woman
for downtown shoe store: full charge of
small office, double entry, payroll: 6-day
TOOkKE^ER^-FuffVharge double’entryi
permanent position, good pay. Write to
LOUIS C. GROSSBERG. CPA, 1709 H st.
n.w., giving details of experience. —15
BOOKKEEPING MACHINE operator, NCR:
experienced on accounts receivable: salary,
*44 for 40 hours, time and half there
after. Apply Mrs. Bennett, THE SHADE
SHOP. 830 13th st. n.w. —11
BUYER for millinery dept., experienced.
*76 Per week. KOPY KAT, 717 H st. n.e.
—10
CASHIER for men's clothing store; steady !
position; refs, required. Apply 1012 P st. ;
n.w._ —10 j
CASHIER, experienced: steady work. Ap
ply to Mr. Kay, OOLDEN STAR VALET.
1342 New York ave. n.w. —11.
CASHIER, rest.; exper., dependable:typtn«
for simple menu. GEOROE’S RE8TAU
RANT, 1722 Eye st. n.w. —16
CASHIER, experienced, with knowledge of
typing, wanted for men's clothing ana
furnishing- store; good salary, steady posi
tion._Box 431-M. Star.
CASHIER, front-office experience: knowl
edge of NCR posting machine desired:
must be able to work alternating hours.
Apply personnel office, HOTEL 8TATUR,
10th and L sts. n.w. —11
CASHIER. experienced preferred; excellent
salary. Apply LONGS. 731 7th st. O.W.
CASHIER-FOOD CHECKER. 8 nights a '
week: hours. 0 p.m. to 2 a.m.: preferably !
lady oyer 30, refined, settled. Reply Bog
208-M. Star. —14
CHARWOMAN—Apply after 6 P.m., HELEN j
810 14th st. n.w. !
grocery. BUCklNQHAM SUPERMARKET.
2920 Nichols ave. s.e. —11
CLERK for dry-cleaning store: good pay,
chance for advancement. Apply ZULIN'S
CLEANERS. 3158 Mt. Pleasant st. n.w.
—11
CLEBK for restaurant office, bookkeeping
training or experience necessary; no Sun
days. Apply 3-5 p.m., 812 17th st. ^n.w.
CLERK for general office work, knowledge
of typing essential; permanent position. 1
good starting salary, pleasant working con
ditions. Apply In person to Mr. Pryor,
HOUSE & HERRMANN PURNITURE CO.
VxperTence not neessary. knowl
edge of typing: permanent position; start
$1,500 per year: 40-hour week; prefer
between 18 and 21 years of ace. State
education. Box 436-M, Star. —12
CLERK-STENOGRAPHER: permanent po
sition with old established firm, deslrabls
working conditions: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,
37-hour week. Salary. $200 mo. plus an
nual bonus Reply statin* age, experience
and other auallficatlons. Box 241-T. Star.
CLERK-TYPIST—JEWEL TEA COT~IlJc.,
has an opening for a clerk-typist: per
manent position: 40-hour week: starting
salary, $1,500. Call TR. 3403 for ap
pointment. Ask for Miss Alcock. 1441
Oakie st. n.e. —11
CLERK-TYPIST with knowledge of book
keeping: Takoma Park, D. C.. section:
salary according to experience and ability
to assume responsibility. Call OE. 5210.
—13
CLERK-TYPIST—Apply MR. BROWNLEE
between 4 and 0 Thursday. 005 Earle The
CXEM-IypIST—The Evening Star has
5n opening in the classified advertising
epartment, 5-day week. 38 to 40 hra.: a
permanent position for. an accurate typist
capable of answering incoming telephone
calls. Regular increases. Must be able

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