That Was Labor Day, Wasn’t It,
So the Doldrums Must Be Over
By Horry MocArthur
Summer, no matter what whim
sical turn the weather may take, is
done for as far as the night clubs
are concerned. Come Labor Day
! and the summer doldrums are over,
'it says here. From now on, all will
be beautiful in the bistros. All will
be beautiful, that is, until Thanks
giving brings the Christmas shop
ping doldrums. These end on New
Year Eve, to be followed immediate
ly by the early January doldrums,
caused by people having spent too
much money on Christmas.
The early January doldrums end
about mid-January and things are
beautiful again. Until Lent. Night
clubbing is what a lot of people
give up for Lent, for some reason
considering this a sacrifice. After
Easter, things are fine again until,
of course, warm weather comes
along and brings the summer dol
drums back. It’s a nice steady busi
j ness, running a night club. You can
| always look at the calendar and
| know to the day when you will again
be wishing you had taken up plumb
!ing or deep-sea diving or sky-writ
With the end of summer on the
cabaret calendar, the After Dark
scene should begin to show some life.
One of the things that will be
happening this month is the reopen
ing of the Mayflower Lounge, or
rather the opening of the new May
flower Lounge. The decor of the
new Lounge will be different from
anything you’ve seen at the May
flower before. Among other things
there will be a third-dimension
mural painted by a French artist,
Jean Pajes. It is so realistic that
our informant thinks more than one
patron will bump his nose against
the wall, thinking he is walking
into a familiar scene. Entertainment
will be by Violinist Florian Zabach
and his orchestra and Jeanne Shir
ley,. who is billed as “America's
Brightest Young Singing Star.” The
annual “Champagne and Orchids”
event is scheduled for Septem
ber 18. »
» • » •
The night before the Mayflower
Lounge opens, September 17 that is,
Sam Schanker plans, as previously
announced, to reopen his Club Cairo
for its second season. Ben Blue,
veteran vaudeville comic and fea
tured performer in a number of
MGM musicals, is the man Mr.
Schanker has in mind as the head
liner of his opening floor show.
And a month after he reopens the
Cairo, on October 15 to be exact,
Mr. Schanker plans to present the
famed “Tragedian of Jazz,” Ted
Lewis, to Washington audiences.
Other people with whose agents Mr.
S. has been dickering, with an eye
to showing them off at the Cairo,
include Phil Reagan, Carmen Mi
randa, Eleanor Powell and Martha
* • • •
Other dates on the new season’s
September 15.—Ted Straeter, un
less the plans have been changed,
brings his orchestra and its highly
polished dance music to the Em
bassy Room of the Statler Hotel. It
will be Ted's fourth return engage
ment at the room, he’s that popular.
September 6.—Oscar Davis, violin
ist. sports writer and at one time
fiddler in Dr. Hans Kindler’s Na
tional Symphony, brings his or
chestra to the Pall Mall Room of
the Raliegh Hotel.
September 5.—The Club Bali, un
less its plans have been changed,
reopens after its short vacation.
Lester Young, saxaphonist and be
bop expert, will be the stellar at
• • • •
The one when the Shoreham Hotel
will open that fancy new room
underway out there.
The one when Paul .and Dave
Young, who sold their Roumanian
Inn and Romany Room during the
summer, get back on the After
Dark scene somewhere as they in
The current Lotus show is one of
the best it has come up with in
recent months. It is especially good
when Nancy and Michael are at
work, the ballet touch they add to
their ballroom dancing making that
sport the graceful thing it too often
isn’t. Nancy Bell is a tap dancer
who, as well as being a pretty girl,
is the operator of a pair of rhythmic
feet; Russ Miller contributes a
pleasant novelty turn, with the aid
of a pair of talented and personable
pups, and Buddy Shaner adds a pair
of songs to brighten each session.
Straight A grades on this report
• * » •
An occasional spy for this depart
ment adds a further clinching proof
that one of our favorite clubs not
only is not any more, but is not
going to be any more. “I was eating
in a little restaurant on Thirteenth
street the other day,” he told us,
‘'and I suddenly discovered that my
spoon, according to the engraving
on it, was called ’Troika.’ ”
Poppy-seed oil is used as a paint
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Baltimore Man Convicted
Of Stealing 59-Cenf Pens
A penchant for fountain pens
yesterday led to the conviction of
,a 45-year-old Baltimore man who
then was sentenced to six months
in jail in default of paying a $200
fine in Municipal Court.
Tlie defendant, listed as Edward
McMenamin, pleaded guilty to a
shoplifting charge. A policewoman
at the Hecht Co. reported she saw
the man pick up four 59-cent foun
tain pens from a counter and head
for the escalator.
About halfway down the escalator
the policewoman stopped McMena
min and discovered the pens hidden
under a book he was carrying in
his hand. Twelve additional pens
of the same value were later dis
covered in his pockets, it was testi
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6. Bumped into a bean pole, and
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CONVALESCENTS, ambulatory, pvt. rm..
with or without bath, semipvt. and small
ward rms.; registered nurse on duty day
and night: supervised diet. CO. 9859. —3
DIAMONDS, old Jewelry and silver wanted.
Expert appraising free. LIVINGSTON
CO.. 1423 H st. n.w., MB. 3440.
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CANNING PEACHES, large Elbertas. direct
from famous De Witt Orchards. S2.f>9 per
bushel, at Seven Corners in Fairfax Coun
ty, Va.. seven miles west from Memorial
Bridge, on Route 50. next to Hill* ood Mo
tor Co. on Lee blvd.. at sign c' big red
truck with awnings. Fairfax 3°<>. 5*
gas water heaters. 20. 30. 40 gal.,
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I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE for any
debts incurred by anv one other thanvmy
self. CHARLES E. WILLIAMS. 1825 “H”
st. n.e. (No. B). Washington 2. D. C. 3*
M. D. SCHW'ARTZ. Atty.. 503 Chandler
Bldg.—Notice is hereby given that JOHN
KRITSIDAMAS has withdrawn from the
partnership known as “New Athens Res
taurant” at 1741 K st. n.w.. and all
liabilities have been assumed by the con
tinuing partners. George Stroumbos and
George Douros. —3
PEACHES. LUCKNOUGH ORCHARD —
Tree ripened. Freestone. Elbertas and Hale.
The kind you have wanted, for canning
and preserving. Drive out Colesville pike.
10Va miles from cross-light in Sil. Spr. to
Ednor. Md. Buy them at the orchard.
See them on the trees. —7
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION of partnership
—Notice is hereby given that the partner
ship between Charles La Pides and Her
man B. Bretler was dissolved on the 31st
day of August. 1947. by the sale of the
interest ftierein by the said Herman B.
Bretler to the said Charles La Pides. All
debts due to the said partnership, and
those due by them, will be settled with
1 and by the remaining partner. Charles
La Pides. who will continue the business
under the firm name of “Good Hope Phar
macy,” at 1400 Good Hope rd. s.e., Wash
ington. D. C. CHARLES LA PIDES, HER
uiw n nofTT.ffD «
ACCOUNTANT, by Richmond office of
national Arm of public accountants; must
have bachelor dearee with accounting
major or the equivalent, extreme clerical
aptitude, age 25-30; excellent oppor
tunity for advancement. Write, stating
"alary required and all pertinent informa
tion. ERNST & ERNST. 1K15 Central Na
i tional Bank Building. Richmond. Va. —1
ACCOUNTANT-BOOKKEEPER for retail
bottle gas and appliance business. About
1H miles from Wash, in Va. Knowledge
of Elliott Fisher bookkeeping machine pre
ferred. Excel, opportunity. Apply in own
handwriting, stating age. exper.. education
and salary expected. Box 171-C. Star. —2
ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTSMAN, experi
enced working drawings and design, perm,
position with established Arm: will discuss
salary. Please state qualifications. Box
20-A. Star. —6
ASSEMBLER, some electronic knowledge
inspection or soldering exper. helpful.
Apply BOWEN & CO., 4712 Bethesda ave..
Bethesda. Md. —6
ASSISTANT BUYER for major appliances
in large dept, store requires the services of
an experienced man with a knowledge of
washing machines, elec, refrigerators, gas
and electric ranges, etc. In reply s*ate
age. experience and salary expected. Box
415-A, 8tar —o
ASSISTANT MANAGER for progressive
experience Replies held confidential.
Eox S*y. *
AUDITOR-NIGHT. experienced. Apply
manager. ALLAN LEE HOTEL, 2224^ F
AUTO* BODY MEN (21, experienced: 6%
day week, top salary, vacation, ti holiday;;
with pay. many other employe benefits.
Phone Mr. Koetzel. SH. .3900. CAPITOL
MOTOR CO.. Packard. Silver Spring. Md.
AUTO MECHANICS (3). white, experienced
only; SI.50 hour. Apply in person. GOR
DON BROS. GARAGE, 1128 3rd st. n.e.
between L and M —2
AUTO MECHANICS, lst-class. Ford exper..
permanent connection (or good men: group
ins., guaranteed salary, bonus, paid vaca
tion and holidays, plus other advantages
in well-located dealership. Apply service
mgr., FRANK SMALL, Jr., INC., 215 Penna.
ave. s.e.. LTJ. 4343. —5
AUTO MECHANICS lor exclusive GMC
truck dealer; day and night shllts needed.
New bldg., excel, working cond.; showers:
paid vacation and holidays; join the finest
truck establishment in this area. CENTRAL
MOTOR CO.. 1201 Oronoco. Alex., V*-'
OV. 1500. —*
HELP MEN (Coni.)
AUTO MECHANIC, experienced, knowledge
of motor analzylgr and tune-up work; ex
cellent aalary. RED’S OARAOE, 24 H
it. n.e. ME. 3385. —2
AUTO METAL MEN (2). well-ventilated
shop, clean working cond., 5-day wk.,
top pay. MR. GRANEY, AT. 8818,
Ext 4. —3
AUTO PAINTER, thoroughly experienced:
must be sober and dependable: jVi-day
week; clean, bright shop: top salary, va
cation and 8 holidays with pay. A real
opportunity lor the right man. Call Mr.
Koetzel, SH, 3900. CAPITOL MOTOR
CO.. Packard. Silver Spring. Md. —3
AUTO PAINTER, with previous synthetic
enamel exper.. no others need apply;
clean working cond.; right man can earn
8100 per wk. MR. GRANEY, AT. 6818,
Ext. 4. —3
AUTO PARTS CLERK, old established
local Ford dealer. Here Is a wonderful
opportunity for a good merchandiser to
establish himself in a profitable job for
the present as well as the fu.ure. Un
limited possibilities for advancement in a
high volume parts department doinc both
wholesale and retatil business. Give full
details of experience and Qualifications.
Box 425-A. Star. —2
AUTO REPAIR ORDER CLERK, full time:
must be neat and accurate with figures,
bookkeeping helpful, must be able to type:
SVi-day week, vacation, 6 holidays with
pay. Phone Mr. Koetzel, SH. 3900, CAPI
TOL MOTOR CO.. Fackard. Sliver Spring,
BAKERS. WHITE—Experienced pie bakers
and all-around bakers for a large restau
rant organization. See TROY ESTERLING
at 1345 E st. n.w. —4
BAKER, experienced in sweet doughs, pies,
cakec, etc. Phone MI. 3775 between 5
p.m. and 8 p.m —5
BARTENDER, white. Apply GEORGE'S
RESTAURANT, 405 7th St. s.w.. —4
BEEF BONERS, experienced. Apply AR
MOUR & CO.. J. K. Farrell, 501 12th
6t S.W. 2
BOY, colored, over 18. grocery store work:
. ViCl.i MlUOIf Aiavc Wiw/ let. 1W». ill ».
BREAD BAKER wanted; good job. good
pay New RIVERDALE PASTRY SHOP.
6245 Baltimore ave., Riverdale, Md. —4
BRICK FOREMAN AND CREW wanted In
Fairfax, Va.; either open shop or union.
Top wages paid. Also carpenters. Call
TR. 2674. anytime. —2
BRICKLAYERS. ' st-class mechanics, must
have tools: steady work, good Day. See
Mr. Stutler on tob. 5016 16th st. n.w.,
or call MR. SHIFRIN. NA. 7416. —3
BRICKLAYERS urgently needed. $25 per
day: only lst-class men wanted; long job.
70 houses. Apply in the morning after
Labor Day, ready to work, at Melwood
Homes Corp. job, Baden st. and Worth
ave. Silver Spring, Md. Directions: Out
Colesville rd. 2 blks. past Franklin ave.
to Brewster ave., turn right 1 blk. to iob
at Worth ave. —5
BRICKLAYERS, mechanics, white. $25 per
day. Call SH. 6850 for information. —4
BRICKLAYERS lor a number ol jobs in
Wash, area: all large work; top wages and
travel time where required. ANCHOR
FIREPROOFING CO.. 900 F st. n.w.
Phone RF 1056.
BRICKLAYERS, top wages. Call HO. 3865
or Job. 1708 17th st. n.w.
BRICKLAYERS, lst-class white mechanics;
must have tools; steady work, good pay.
Call NICK ROMANO after 6 p.m., LI. 3160.
BUTCHER, white, first class. SHIRLEY
HALLE. 1201 7th st. n.w. —3
BUYER FOR RADIO DEPT.—A lge. dent,
store has opening for experienced man.
Write, stating age, experience, and salary
expected. Box 330-V, Star. —5
CARPENTER, 1st class trim man. must
have tools: steady work, good pay. See
MR. STUTLER. 6016 16th st. n.w. —2
CARPENTERS. See Mr. Rmmett on job.
1339 29th st. n.w. E. A. BAKER CO. Call
SH. 6607 after 6 p.m. —2
CARPENTER, white, for steady inside
work; S'/i-day wk. Apply employment of
fice, WARDMAN PARK HOTEL, 2700
Woodley rd. n.w. —2
CARPENTERS—New. long-time residential
work: will pay highest wage to good men.
DEAVERS. Hillside 5007. —2
CARPENTERS (6), first-class, for interior
trim work; good wages and working condi
tions. See foreman on Job at Flower and
Maple aves.. Takoma Park. Md. —3
CARPENTERS wanted, lst-class men; top
salary; College Park area. Phone SH.
8062 nr ST, 8387. —5
CARPENTERS, top wages for top men: long
Housing joo. Apply uin ana jsmerson
sts. n.e., Just off Sargent > rd., or call
RA. 1759. —9
CARPENTERS WANTED, steady work,
long-time Job. top wages: job at Wheaton
Hills, Md. Call AD. 1539 between 6 and 7.
ask for MR. SHAPERO. —2
CARPENTERS wanted, in at once: top
wages. If qualified; long Job. good working
cond.: no iost time. Report for work, 7:45
a m. Monday, with tools. 4000 blk. 72nd
ave.. Landover Hills, Md.. or call UN.
7191. Mr. Brunner. BOLU CONSTRUC
TION CO. —2
CARPENTERS for work In Arlington: top
wages, steady work. RE. 3101: eves., SH.
CARPET AND UNOLEUM LAKERS, 5
day, 40-hour week. Apply personnel
office 9th floor, 9:30-6 dally, WOODWARD
& LOTHROP. —6
CHAUFFEUR, white; small plant, steady
work, 40-hour week: sober, reliable, in
dustrious man only; $35 week to start.
Box 471-Z. Star. —3
CHEF, relief; good pay. perm position.
Apply head chef, HOTEL MARTINIQUE,
1211 10th st. n.w. —4
CHEF, restaurant, white, must be experi
enced and be reliable; responsible position;
must know his business; good pay; refer
ences required. Apply in person to 5916
Georgia ave. n.w. „ „ —2
CLERKS—Two young men for full-time
clerical work, typing required, and must
be good at figures; shorthand required for
one position; prefer students of accounting
or business school. Call NA. 028, for
interview. . ,
CLERK, auto parts and service dept.;
must have some training In bookkeeping,
timekeeping and be able to type: neat,
legible handwriting. Phone Mr. Koetzle.
SH. 3900, CAPITOL MOTOR CO., Silver
Spring, Md. _ —;6
CLEBK-TKPIST, good at figures: salary
approx $43 per .week; 44 hours. Box
177-C. Star. , . —2
CLOTHING SALESMAN—Progressive in
stalment store looking for live wire, be
tween ages of 22-40. exper. preferred:
excel, salary. ASKINS. 737 7th st. n.w.
COLLECTOR OF REVENUE, an able-bodied
man about 30 years of age needed to
handle pouches containing money from
business establishments In the city. No
counting of the money or clerical work
Involved The pouches are heavy, however,
and have to be lifted. The hours are
from 1:30 am. until about 9 a.m.. 0
days a week. Person selected must there
fore be in excellent physical condition
and must have an absolutely clear record
as he will be heavily bonded. Permanent
resident of Wash. Dreferred. No firearms
carried. Salary is $200 to $220 to inart.
depending upon qualifications. When
writing for an interview, please give age,
education, record of past employment,
marital status, whether you are now em
ployed and if so how soon you will be
available. Box 316-X. Star. —3
COLLECTOR-SALESMEN (2). young men
under 40. with car, having some sales ex
perience: for established routes; $o0 for 6
dav week, plus commissions: unlimited
earnings. Apply MICHAELS, 514 H st. n.e.
good pay. Apply in person. WOODLEY
nRTTr; store. Conn. ave.
DENTAL ASSISTANT, age 1W--0. cemrauy
located office; exp. not nec.. state lull
mlocations and salary expected. Box
-Z, Star. t A . ~r~A
! DESIGNERS, draftsmen, structural, de
tallers, In office of consultant engineer;
Washington area: reasonably permanent;
only fully qualified competent men will be
considered; full data must be furnished.In
first letter. Box 482-C. Star. —o
DISHWASHER wanted: full time. Apply at
once, EMPIRE PHARMACY, 1738 Conn.
DISHWASHER, exper.. machine. Apply In
person. SOLOMON RESTAURANT, 129
Kennedy st. n.w. —
DISHWASHER—Good hours, good salary
and meals. DORCHESTER HOUSE PHAR
MACY. 2480 16th st. n.w. —4
DRAFTSMAN-DESIGNER, exper. store fix
ture design, store layout and detailing;
attractive, permanent. Reply fully, con
fidential. STANDARD STORE EQUIP. CO.,
1016 E. Balto. at.. Balto., Md. —8
DRAFTSMAN OR JR. DRAFTSMAN for lge.
engineering firm. High-school graduate,
aged 20-26; exper. In topographic work
helnful but not essential; excel, working
cond.: 35-hr.. 5-day wk.: regular increases.
State education, exper. and phone number,
Box 195-C. Star. - —4
DRIVERS WANTED for Diamond cabs;
new 1946-1947 cabs and used cabs avail
able: reasonable rental rates; must have
identification card. Apply DiamondI lot,
101 M st. n.e.. see MELVIN HERRIMAN.
DRIVER SALESMAN, to drive truck selling
doughnuts, cakes and buns. Apply 70o
Michigan ave. n.e. .
DRIVER, white, young man; permanent
position with excellent opportunity for ad
vancement; salary, $40 weekly. Apply Tues
day. MR. ODLAND, 415 10th st. s.w. —1
DRUG CLERK, experienced only. $45 per
DRY-CLEANING0nMANAGER: must be. top
man, with exner., to run dry-cleaning dept,
of large plant: top salary, excellent futuie.
Write, giving exper., qualifications and
salary desired. All information held con
fidential Box 263-A, Star. —3
ELECTRICIANS, exner. In house and apt.
wiring; good wages; steady work, box
371-A- Star. . , —' .
ELECTRICIAN, master; top salary. Ari.
and D. C. licence required. Box 168-C,
ESTIMATOR, experienced In plumbing «nd
heating work; salary and commission; ex
perienced man only need apply. STEWART
BAINUM CO.. 0912 4th »t. n.w., QE. 44.il.
FARMER, white,, single, sober: steady job
for experienced, fast worker, able to handle
machinery and livestock: no beginners:
_or,io vvr• email farm MR EVANS. OX.
FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, experienced in
industrial finance or allied fields, to repre
sent large national organization in Vir
ginia, Maryland and Delaware; excellent
opportunity for qualified man. Please for
ward complete resume, including age. edu
cation. experience and salary expected
Reply by mail only. G. E. Lewis, nersonnel
manager, C. I. T. CORP.. 1 Park ave., New
York 16. N. Y . ,
FLOOR MANAGERS. 5-day. 40-bour week
Apply personnel office 9th floor. 9.oU-o
drily, WOODWARD & LOTHROP. —6
FLOOR MANAGER—Department atore or
specialty shop experience necessary. 20t«
discount on purchases. Apply 6th floou
GOLDENBERG S, 7th and K sts. n.w. —3
FLOOR MANAGER with department store
or specialty shop experience. Apply JEL
LEFF'S. 1214-1220 F st. n.w., personnel
office, 7th floor.
FLOOR SANDERS (4). steady work See
MR CULP. 4632 Wis. ave. n.w. —2
FLORIST-DESIGNER, and storeman, ex
perienced: salary commensurate to ability.
Apply MANN & BROWN. INC.. 8-W Grace
:t.. Richmond. 20. Virginia —
FOREMAN FOR BRICKWORK. SloO per
wk long job fcr permanent organization.
Aoply in person, MELWOOD HOMES
CORP.. 2730 Wis. ave. n.w. —4
FOREMAN for warehouse, transportation
conrcany; salary. $55 per week. Box I16-C,
Star. . .. —
FOUNTAIN MEN. full and part time, ex
perienced. Ap ’ly 150 C st. n.e. —4
FOUNTAIN MEN. exper. or inexper.^JFA.
FUEL OIL TRUCK DRIVER, capable ~of
helping on oil burners. Call LI. 1099.
FURNITURE FINISHER, to work in fin
ishing shop of large retail furniture
store; good working conditions and good
F^ofa.^HOl/sE31AD HERRMAN. Mi
FURNITURE REPAIRMAN i experienced
woodworker: good salary, excellent wor ic
ing conditions. Report to 639 New York
ave. n.w. —3
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on floor of large turn, store. Our present
salesmen earn over $8,000 yearly. Good
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oppor. for high earnings. Our present
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FURNITURE SALESMAN with experience
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Mr. Berry, MAYER & CO.. 7th st. n.w.
between 1) ana >. —2
GROCERY CLERK, exper.: must have ref.
Inquire 4930 Central ave. n.e., CAPITAL
VIEW MARKET. —3
GROCERY CLERK, white or colored; exper.1
with vegetables. 3130 11th st. n.w.
GROCERY SALESMAN—We can use two
top-flight men to cover Washington. D. C..
and Alexandria, Va. We are increasing
our sales force. If you can sell merchan
dise and are not afraid of work and have
a car. apply at ATLANTIC WHOLESALE
GROCERY. York and Battery st., Balti
more 30. Md. Lexington 7990. —5
GROCERY SALESMEN, wholesale, expe
rienced: high-caliber men to sell retail
trade: men with following in Washington
and surrounding area preferred. Write or
phone MAZO BROS., INC.. 700 K st. s.w.,
Washington 4. D. C., Mr. Brager.
INSTRUCTOR in air conditioning and
refrigeration. Good hours and good pay.
Must be well qualified. NATIONAL INSTI
TUTE OF COMMERCE AND TECHNOLO
GY, INC.. 1332 N. Y. ave. n.w., DI. 0703
or GL. 7048. —3
JANITOR, for nearby Va. apt.—Only ex
perienced. qualified need apply; salary.
$137. OR. 2286 after 4 p.m.
jAAiiuit iur hpi- uuiiuiiiK. luuai yc ex
perienced; salary and quarters. Apply in
person. 2730 Wisconsin avfc. —1
JEWELRY, assistant manager, yodng man
who is interested in a splendid opportunity
with a real future; only experienced man
need apply. Box 374-C, Star. —2
LABORERS, construction work, 15 at
once; top wages, long Job, good working
cond., no lost time. Report for work 7:45
a m. Mon. morning. 4000 blk 72nd ave.,
Landover Hills, Md.. or call UN. 7191, Mr.
Brunner. BOLU CONSTRUCTION CO. —2
LABORERS FOR BRICKWORK, top wages.
Directions: Out Colesville rd. 2 blks. past
Franklih ave. to Brewster ave., turn right
1 blk. to Job at Worth ave —4
LAUNDRY MANAGER: must be top man.
with exper.. to run laundry or dry-cleaning
dept, of large plant, or manage entire
plant; top salary, excellent future. Write,
giving exper . qualifications and salary de
sired. All information held confidential.
Box 252-A. Star. —3
LAUNDRY ROUTEMAN WANTED—Reliable
man to take over established business;
salary and commission; K-day wk.; must
furn. small cash bond. Box 179-C, Star.
MAN. young, ambitious, to clerk In men’s
formal wear shop: exper. unnec.; will train.
MARTIN MANNING. 903 N Y. ave. n.w.
MAN. married, for general farm work;
newly decorated, modern house: good
wages and privileges for right party. Call
Leesburg (Va.i 11-F-2J. 5"
MAN. for inside washing machine repair
work; must be experienced. EM. 380(1.
MAN to work phonograph record dept.;
also sell traffic appliances. EM. ,‘1800.—2
MAN as theater manager, with ideas and
car; not afraid of hours, desirous of work
ing for advancement in solidly established
and expanding theater business. Expe
rience not necessary, but ability and
character are. Starting salary. $45. with
advancement depending on you. Apply
Box 186-Y. Star.
MAN for greenhou.se work. SH. B.'IOO.
10725 Oa. ave . Silver Spring. —2
nun v-niv lu tuucu, uiuihu
ly accounts: permanent position, good |
earning?. MR. MURRAY. Room 424!
l Bond Bid*. —3 !
MAN, 26-50. pref. married, for perm, sales
position: exper. not neces. if able to meet
public; good educa., personality and local
ref. req. Start about $60 a wk., rapid in
creases. Apply 10 a m. to 1 p.m. Tues.
only. Room 205-210. 1427 Eye st. n.w.
MAN to work in hardware store; 5Vi-day
week, good pay. permanent. AddIv 2010
14th st. n.w., between 8 a m. and 5:30 p.m.
MANAGER, white, coiored restaurant;
give age. exp. and salary expected; good
opportunity. Box 172-B, Star. 2*
MANAGER FOR SODA FOUNTAIN, must
be experienced in fountain operation, food
costs, etc.; excellent salary and commis
sion. SHEPHERD PARK PHARMACY, 7723
Ga. ave. n.w. —2
MANAGER’S ASSISTANT—Knowledge of
linoleum business will help. Wonderful
opportunity for right man. Apply QUAKER
CITY UNOLEUM CO.. 60ft F at. nw. —2
MECHANIC, experienced on washers and
ironers: bring refs. 5700 Georgia ave.
MECHANIC for zipper repair work; under
45; perm, position. BECKER'S LEATHER
GOODS CO.. 1314 F st. n.w. —2
MEN to solicit work for well-known build
ing contractors; salary and expenses, ex
cellent oppor. for advancements. Call RE.
3450 or EX 8910 for appointment. —4
MEN, opening ror 2. in circulation work; i
J good chance for advancement, can earn ;
$40 per week to start. Room 422 Bond
Bldg. —3 I
MEN WANTED in woodworking plant, lo
cated Hall. Md., Crain hwy.. nr. Central |
ave.; exper. desirable but not essential.
Transp. provided. Phone Marlboro 3631
or see James Billings, 313 6th st. s.e.. in i
the eve. HALL MANFACTURING CO., INC.
MEN, 30 to 40 years, to sell Orthopedic
Shoes. This is not just a passing Job, but
is a profession to be learned, and as such
pays extremely well. Character and a de
sire to help indispensable. Good salary
during training. Confidences respected.
Box 142-B. Star. 2*
MEN WANTED for steady work and good
pay as streetcar and bus operators; aver,
weekly earnings, $60; no experience neces- \
sary; all training paid for; opportunity fori
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 office.;
3132 M st. n.w. Take Route 10. Rosslyn;
Route 20, Cabin John; Route 30, Friend
ship Heights streetcars to door. —4
MILL MEN—Openings for bench men. ma
chine men and frame makers; experienced; ;
union wage scale, 40-hr. week, good work- :
ing conditions. Call Mr. Wagner. WA.
1403 after 6 p.m. EISINGER MILL &
LUMBER CO _—ft
NIGHT WATCHMAN, excel, opport.. good
pay; Alexandria, Va., area. DI. 4244. —3
BPTOMERTIST or physician wanted, ex
:ellent remuneration. Contact Joseph
rash, NEW YORK JEWELRY CO.. 748
7th st. n.w. EX. 0600. —4
PACKERS, checkers, stock keepers: 5
day. 40-hour week. Apply personnel
office. 0th floor. 9:30-6 daily. WOOD
WARD & LOTHROP. —6
PACKERS AND HELPERS, experience with
household goods desirable: good wages,
steady work. SECURITY STORAGE CO.,
1140 15th st. n.w.
PAINTER AND GENERAL REPAIRMAN, on
monthly salary basis. In property mainte
nance dept. Box 54-A. Star. ''—3
PARTS MERCHANDISER and salesman
wanted immediately: young man. experi
enced in MeTcury and Lincoln merchandis
ing. to sell and advertise parts and acces
sories with new dealer; need not have
actual parts experience but must be a
merchandising salesman ol high caliber;
jood opportunity for advancement with
Washington's newest Lincoln - Mercury
dealer. Call GE. 7241 or 3242 for appt.
MOORE - DAY MOTORS, INC., 6503
Georgia ave. —3
PAYROLL CLERK. University of Md.; must
be veteran. WA. 3800, Ext. 270. —3
PORTERS wanted for liduor store; must
have local references. Apply ready to
work. WELTMAN'S, 3935 Minn. ave. n.e.
, ■ 3
PHARMACIST, energetic: exper. in colored
trade: good salesman; excel, salary; good
hours: 6-day week; confidential. Box
484-C, Star. —2
<-HABM.it 1STS, registered; excellent sal
ary. 6-day week, splendid working condi
tions. vacation with pay, permanent posi
tion with advancement opportunities. Apply
tU HI. IUU1 ll.ll. giuuiviiuaib vuivs.
PEOPLES DRUG STORES. 77 P «t. n.e.
PHONOGRAPH, RECORD SALESMAN, ex
perienced. for Washington's largest record
store: excellent salary and advancement
for thoroughly experienced party. Box
45-V. Star. ,—3
PLASTERERS, union. $2.75' hour: Job air
conditioned. Call after 8 p.m.. TR. 1S72
or WA. 3273: ask for FRANK. —7
PLASTERERS WANTED—Report for work
Tuesday (or after Sept. 2) at Fairlington.
rd. and Elliott rd., Westmoreland Hills, or
call MR. RHODENISER, OL. 8084. —4
PLASTERERS WANTED—Good nay. Call
AD. 8357 between 8 a m. and 4 p.m. —4
PLASTERERS, colored. $2.50 per hr.: long
job: only good mecnanics need apply.
Phone CM. 3885. . —2
PLUMBER, exper. man for jobing and re
moaejinc; have D. C. driver’s license. Ap
ply J. L. BATEMAN & SON, 2004 R. I.
ave. n.e. HO. 2200. —3
PLUMBERS, exper.. for new work and
modernization. Call Wisconsin 4858. —4
PORTERS, yardmen and boiler -cleaners,
iarge housing development: steady work.
Apply Mr. Wehrli. BUCKINGHAM COM
MUNITY, 3800 North 4th st.. Arlington.
Va. —3 .
PRESSERS (wool>. $45 for 45-hour week.
Must be experienced. SANITARY CLEAN
ERS. 2820 14th st. n.w.
PRINTING PRESSMAN, experienced on
Mlehle Verticals in modern plant. Steady
job. 5-day week 512 H st. n.e. —2
PRODUCE MAN, fully experienced in
taking charge of produce deot.: good
steady job. with good pay: 5‘/a-day week.
Apply SHIRLEY FOOD STORES. 2S08
S Quincy st., Arlington, Va. (take Park
Falrlax bus at 12th and Penna. ave. n.w.
to Sntrlington), 13 minutes from Wuli.
RADIO SERVICEMAN, fully experienced,
sober and reliable man only. State experi
ence. previous employment and salary
desired. Permanent. Boxi437-A, Stai. —5
RADIO SERVICEMAN, exper., outside
work, car necessary. Apply in person,
employment office, HECHT CO . Serv ce
Bldg., 1401 Okie st. n.e. (take Ivy city
RATING AND BILLING CLERK, also to
do general office work, including dispatch
ing. for large interstate truck line, good
chance lor advancement for right man.
mi. mucoi onvaun
INC., 1335 Okie st. n.e.. TR. 3911. •—3
REAL ESTATE SALESMAN—Large active
downtown office has immed. opening for
3 experienced real estate men. Excellent
listings and lull co-operation assured.
Write Box 310-X. Star. .. —3
REGISTRATION CLERK, amall student
housing project In g.w.; mature, depend
able Person, age 30-40; 6-d*y week.
Sunday off. hour* 3 p.m.-il p.m. GOVT.
SERVICE. INC.. 1119 31st at n.w. -2
REGISTERED PHARMACISTS — Poaitlons
available lor pharmacists Interested in
managerial positions in retail drugstores
opening In Wash., Md. and Va. Excel
salary, plus bonus and other benefits. Also
openings lor psrt-time pharmacists. Apply
WHELAN DRUG CO., Room 208. Bond
Bldg., 14th and N. Y. ave. n.w. —«
ROOM CLERK. See Mr. Lawrence,
RALEIOH HOTEL. _ —2
SALESMAN—Men's furnishings, must have
experience in selling men’s hats;
week; 20% discount on purchases. Apply
5th floors GOLDENBERQ’S, 7th and K
sts,. n.w. —3
SALESMAN—Por boys- clothing; commis
sion basis with weekly drawing account.
5-day, 40-hour week; 20'. discount on
purchases. Apply Employment Office. 4th
floor. 8. KANN SONS CO. _ —5
SALESMAN-COLLECTOR, for Industrial
insurance route; cai necessary. Apply
Room 717. Columbian Bldg.. 416 5th »t.
SALESMAN for progressive Jewelry store
with good salary and working condition;
references required. Apply in person. B.
MICHAELSON & CO.. 1301 G st. n.w. —
SALESMEN, young men. 24-32. lor adding
machine sales training; must have ac
counting and successful selling exper.;
high caliber, good character, mentally
alert and willing to study and work to
learn our business; salary while training
Apply in person, don’t phone. Mr. Hussey.
NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO., 1217 K
SALESMEN—Exceptional opportunity for
successful salesmen, age 25-30. now em
ployed. who are not satisfied with their
future possibilities and are willing to
study and work to learn our business;
should have practical exper. in bank, in
dustrial or commercial accounting, hign
caliber, mentally alert and of exceptional
character; must be capable of earning
510.000 a yr. after training. Apply in
person, don’t phone. Mr. Murphy. NA
TIONAL CASH REGISTER CO.. 1217 K
Ft, n w__
SALESMEN—Wr have openings for (2)
topnotch salesmen to sell cemetery and
mausoleum space before need. Over 200.
000 people have visited our beautiful
grounds this year. We sell more space
than all other Washington cemeteries com
bined. We train you quickly and thor
oughly. We help you. You can earn more
than 95^0 of the salesmen in America You
must have a car and be a gentleman in
every respect. Drop in any morning for a
personal interview. Do not phone. FT.
LINCOLN CEMETERY, 3201 Bladensburg
rd. n.e —8
SALESMEN—If you are not satisfied at
your present Job or need more money and
will follow instructions with us, you can
easily earn SICK) a wk. or more to begin
there is no waiting for your money, you
are paid every wk. Stop in and talk with
MR. GILES at 2000 R. I. ave. n.e., 2nd fl.
SALESMEN (26), to sell brick staining and
home improvements; high earnings to will
ing workers; experience not necessary,
leads furnished. J. j. SULLIVAN CO..
810 L st. n.w.
SALESMAN, tor furniture dept.: experi
enced. 20C» discount on purchases. Apply
6th floor, GOLDENBERG'S, 7th and K sts.
SALESMAN-DRIVER, experienced, good
personality; selling off truck to grocer?;
minimum guarantee. $00 week. VI. 6465
between 6 and 8 p.m. —3
SALES REPRESENTATIVE—Large national
manufacturer of popular automotive and
household chemical products sold to whole
sale grocers and automotive supply jobbers
has an opening for a live-wire salesman;
must have car; salary or drawing account
against comm. Give full details of past
and present employment, age. experience,
etc.. Box 487-Z. Star —4
SALES REPRESENTATIVE for Are doors:
one of America's best known fire-door
manufacturers needs sales representatives
in Virginia territory: man now calling on
commercial and industrial accounts can
add extremely profitable Item to his lines.
Please write Mr. Artnur Nelson, losnuisp
KING METAL PRODUCTS. INC., 1000 S.
Llnwood ave.. Baltimore 24. Md. —■>
SANDWICH MAN, colored, exper.. ref.; $35
per wk. and meals; no Sun. work. 208
Mass. ave. n.e. —4
SERVICE STATION ATTENDANTS, over
20 years of age. with at least 2 yrs.’ hiah
schools education or equivalent; excellent
salary and comm, to start, increase after
1 month's employment; experience recog
nized, uniforms furnished. 0-day, 48-hr.
wk. LORD BALTIMORE FILLING STA
TIONS. INC., 2025 14th st. n w.
SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT, experi
enced man. able to manage shift: full
time, good working conditions. MAL
COLM'S ESSO STATION, 301 So. Gleba
rd.. Arlington. Va. —3
SERVICE station ATTENDANT, also
part time man. FLOYD'S AMOCO SER
VICE. Columbia pike and Glebe rd., Ar
lington. OX. 4193. —2
SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT—Married
roan. liv. in So. Arl. preferred: 57 hrs.
weekly; $51.30 salary; excel, working cond
See Mr. Fadeley or Heishman, ARVILLE
SERVICE, 2300 Columbia pike, Arl., Va.,
7 a.m. to 11 p.m. „ —4
SERVICE STATION SALESMAN, respon
sible. experienced; married man with abil
ity to eell and courteously serve the public:
start $45 wk. and substantial bonus.
Opport. for advancement. References req.
See Mr. Kocker, BLADEN TIRE SERVICE.
1000 Bladensburg rd. n.e. —R
SERVICE STATION ATTENDANTS, ap
ply in person, do not telephone. Mr Brown.
BUN OIL CO.. 4940 Conn. ave. n.w. —4
SERVICE STATION MEN (2). colored, ex
perienced only. GORDON BROS. GARAGE,
3rd st. between L and M sts. n.e. —3
SHEET METAL MECHANIC, with roofing
experience, for lobbing shop; $2.15 an
hour. J. C. FLOOD CO., 2012 14th st.
n.w., DE. 2700. . .—3
SHOE SALESMAN, experienced: good com
mission rate with weekly drawing account.
a _ — ..nnlnunwmt Affid* 1th floor. n
KANN SONS CO. , . —" .
SODA FOUNTAIN MAN, experienced: good
hours and pay. SHEPHERD PARK PHAR
MACY, 7723 Ga. ave. n.w. —2
SODA MAN, full time, exper., liberal em
ployes discount; sick benefits, good salary,
perm. PEARSON PHARMACY. 2448 Wis.
SPOTTER, silk and wool. 2329 South
Eads at., Arlington, Va., JA. 1585. —3
STOCK CLERK, white, over 20. some ex
perience; hours 8:60 ».m. to 6 p.m . Mon
day through Friday: moderate salary; per
manent, good Job for young man who Is
going to night school. Call MR. BIRRELL,
SUPERINTENDENT OF CONSTRUCTION
needed for large group of houses In va.:
experienced man In private construction
only; top pay. GL. 3166 or CH. 1056.
TRUCK DRIVER, experienced furniture
mover; local hauling; good salary, steady
work. 639 New York ave. n.w. —1
UPHOLSTERER wanted, with exper ence .
only steadv or part time: good opportuni
ties ALEXANDER & CO., 3402 Rhode
USED-CAR BUYER and salesman, must be
exp ; excel, opportunity to make big money.
TRIANGLE MOTORS. 3010 R. I. avers e.
VETERAN, white, 20 to 25. to learn trade
as optical benchman. HILBERT OPTICAL
CO.. 726 11th st. n.w . 2nd floor.
WATCHMAKERS, experienced, with well
established wholesale firm; permanent posi
tions, pleasant working conditions, good
salary. See MR. SINGER. Edmar Bldg..
702 H st. n.w., 3rd floor. —«
WATCHMAKER, thoroughly experienced,
high salary, excellent opportunity for
advancement. Call RE. 8670. —
WATCHMAN, reliable, for nlghtwork. op
wages to qualified man; a?01*,
cond.; no lost time. Call UN. 7191. Mr.
Brunner, BOLU CON8TRUCTIONCO.- -
WELDERS (arc); good pay. COLUMBIA
SPECIALTY CO , WI. 7700, Mr. Robeson.
WINDOW CLEANERS. experience not
necessary; gooa salary ai.u 7“’ T,,e
dltions. Apply rear 0140 pi n.w..^DIS
TRICT WINDOW CLEANINQ CO. —4
WINDOW TRIMMER, experienced, for shoe
stores; must be experienced and know
how to Install backgrounds: good position
and good salary, p'ns all expenses paid
for traveling. Write Box 49L-Z. Star,
giving age, experience, address_ana
$OUNGn°MAN, recent high school grad
uate, good at figures, ability to type, for
office work in lumber yard; good chance
for training and advancement; prefer Be
thesda area resident. Call MR. FREED
YOUNG^MANTiage 18-21. for position as
mail clerk and office assistant, should
have high school educ. and be able to do
some typing, good opport. for ambitious
young man. Call MR. BURQE8S. RA.
YOUNG MAN for credit office, splendid
opportunity. Apply KAY JEWELRY CO.
409 7th at. n.w. —~
YOUNG MAN, to work in modern dog ken
nel; live In furnished modern cottage, all
utilities. Falls Church 2730. —3
YOUNG MAN, high school graduate: op
portunity for career in wholesale drug
business; begin In stockroom. Write Box
YOU NG^1 MAN. white, under 21, with
'’.Ivor's permit, perferably with some
i raflng experience, to drive truck and
g-neral duties around union sheet metal
shoo, good opportunity to become an ap
prentice. J. C. FLOOD CO., 2012 14th
st. n.w.. DE. 2700. —3
YOUNG MAN for stock and selling: splen
did opportunity to learn men's wear busi
ness. VIENNA HAT CO., 431 11th st^n.w.
YOUNG MAN—To assume complete charge
of Kosher style delicatessen dept. Cali
w\M n m -~
young MAN with some electrical ana
mechanical experience for shop work.
Apply 2431 18th st. n.W. .
YOUNG MAN, colored. experiencedtirj
chanter. STANDARD TTRJI & BATTERY
CO., 024 H st. n.e. # —3
YOUNG MAN, between ages of 18 and ~n.
to work In large real estate pfflce; mu*t
have high school education or equivalent
This Is a splendid opportunity to learn the
real estate business: prefer one who lives
at home and Is willing ^ work for a
moderate compensation while learning,
salary, $100 per month to start. In reply,
state age, education, experience if any and
any other helpful information. Box Jll-X.
YOUNG MAN to drive small truck, to help
in cabinetmaking and flnlshlng zhop, good
chance to learn trade. HARRY C JOHN
SON As SON. rear 2110 5th st. n.e. —.1
YOUNG MAN over 21 for general work in
grocery store; salary, $37.50 week, good
chance for advancement. 6315 Wisconsin
THE BIGHT POSITION for the right man
.—we are seeking the services of a few
high-grade men, over 25 years of age. who
possess neat appearance and good charac
ter. who have ambition to make a success
and who are willing to work h*rd to
realize that ambition. We are interested
only in men who desire permanent posi
tions. who can take on responsibility and
use initiative. These are permanent posi
tions and any average person can plan to
make at least $75 or more per week from
the start. Men chosen will be trained and
especially prepared for this work. For per
sonal interview apply Room 628, Evening
heating and air-conditioning firm needs
another man to follow up sales inquiries,
must have high school education, good
appearance; some college engineering de
sirable; previous exper. not necessary If
man is alert; car required; salary to start.
$175 per mo., plus sale bonus and car
allowance Apply in person between i and
3 o m McCREA EQUIPMENT CO. A1H
Learn "and earn In your spare time!
Join Battery A" 2H0th AAA Gun Battal
ion D C. National Guard, and get valuable
training while you earn Army pay for all
tra nine time. Get iull information from
CAPT GREENE or 1st SERGT. MARTIN
at Guard Headquarters, New Armory. East
Capitol and 20th sts. n.e.. Room 35. Thun
rinv evening. 8 to 10:30 p.m. —■-3
PART-TIME GROCERY HELP, white; #om#
exper. pref. RA.
rife INSURANCE—liberal commissions
plus guaranteed salary for- sale and service
of weekly premium, monthly and regular
ordinary life insurance. Call in person •(
902 G st. n.W. before 10 a m. for lnterylew.
JUNIOR SALESMAN, 25-30. wanted by na
tional canned foods concern. „ Steady em
ployment, excellent opportunities for ad
vancement. Guaranteed salary with op
eDrtunlty for extra compensation. Must
ave automobile. Box 243-Z, Star. —8
jjrE 11$Buu'li'Lmr“ wuiiu.
during training period. II you are seek
ing a eareer, nigh school graduate, mar
gJ&g&JPSS Yn^nce^7. TO
8 st n w , second floor —3
REAL ESTATE SALESMEN, full time, with
car lor D. C and Md.; excellent commis
sion. FORD E. MORGAN, 8r . TR. 8282.
REAL ESTATE SALESMEN—How about
making up to $10,000 yearly with m» co.f
Real estate exper. not nec. but must be a
salesman. I mean a real good one. uW.
7 or FA. 1508-W.
RAWLEIGH DEALER wanted at once.
Good opportunity Write at once. RAW.
LEIGH’S. Dept. DCH-14-106, Chester, Pa.
SALESMEN lor clothing and furnishings
dept ; exper. only; excel, salary; steady
position; give lull details. Box 214-C. Star.
SALESMAN WANTED WITH CAR: our men
earn well oyer $100 per wk. Call In per
son, 723 9th st. n.w.. MR. ROGERS.
SALESMAN with car to sell floor main
tenance machines and supplies. Apply
2431 18th st. n.w
SALESMEN AND CANVASSERS for roofing,
-idlng and combination storm windows.
O'BRIEN tc CO.. 1000 Mass. ave. n e..
FR. 3008._—S ^
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521 14th St., Opp. Willard Hotel
14th & S Streets N.W.
3,000 Square Feet
on One Floor
Suitable for Office or
All Outside Windows
Front on 14th St.
Free Parking in rear. Heat and
water furnished. Also several
rooms in building, approximately
18x20. ft., suitable for office or
Real Estate Department
Fidelity Storage Company
1420 U Street N.W.
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3225 Rhode Island Ava. N.E.
Get Welcome Relief
From Stomach Gas,
Sour Food Taste
Do ybu feel bloated and miserable aft*
•very meal? If eo, her* la how you may
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Thousands havo found it the way to be
Veil, cheerful and happy again.
Everytime food enters the stomach l
vital gastric Juice must flow normally te
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Avoid punching yourself with over
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C. G. SLOAN & CO., INC., Auctioneer*
Antique Drop Leaf Tables and Chairs, Mahogany Base Hall Clock,
Upholstered Davenports and Chairs, Fireplace Equipment, Chinese Art
Objects, Mahogany Chests of Drawers and Low Boys, Bedroom and
Dining Room Suites, Shaw Upright Plano and Weber Square Piano,
Paintings. Water Colors and Prints, Mirrors, Lamps, Set of six Mahogany
Army Chairs, Remington Typewriter, Floor Electric Fans, Books in Sets
and Miscellaneous volumes, Draperies, China, Glassware, Bric-a-brac, etc.
at public auction
• 715 13th St.
* September 3rd
Starting at 10 A. M.
-ALSO AT 1 P. M.
43 Oriental Ron In
room and scatter sizes.
, Now on View
Terms: Cssh. C. G. SLOAN a CO.. INC., Asets.
■v Established 1891.
REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING
Offers Truly Worthwhile Opportunities
GLASSES STARTING SEPTEMBER 8
Plenty of practical shopwork In Washington's most completely equipped
School You will learn by doing on a big variety of equipment—soda
fountains, dry and wet beverage coolers, walk-in box. beer keg cooler,
deep freeze and quick frozen food units, display cases, over fifty domestic
refrigerators plus all types of condensing units and air conditioning
equipment. This is your Opportunity to get started immediately on a
highly specla’ised and attractive career.
Registration Office Open From 1* A.M. to 8 P.M.
NEW YORK TECH OF WASHINGTON
1504 BENNING ROAD N.E.
(Parsons Countryside School—
“Specialists n Education for Your Children”
-DAY and BOARDING
School Term Sept. 2—June IS
—NURSERY THROUGH SIXTH GRADE—
I SPECIAL TRAINING in Reading, Writing and Arithmetic E
' by Accredited Teachers.
PERSONALITY DEVELOPED through courses in Dancing,
Music, Dramatics and Art.
PONY RIDING and Nature Study given on our 150-Acre
DAILY TRANSPORTATION PROVIDED throughout
Washington and suburban districts.
9401 Georgia Ave. SHepherd 1674
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