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CLEEK-TYPI8T. must be accurate and neat. SVa-day week, aood pay. Call RE. 2141 for appointment. —4 CLERK-TYPIST, ace 18 to 30. experienced and capable at figures. QUAKER CITY LIT* INS . No. 1 Thomas Circle. —4 CLERK-TYPIST—Insurance work, tempo rary for Dec and Jan : *40 per wk. W. A. KENYON, 1615 Juniper st. n.w., QR. 0617. COMPTOMETER OPERATOR, statistical experience: permanent position; 6-day week, 34 bra.; advancement. Box 486-J, MOOK-HOUSEWORKER, 5-day waek. every other Sunday; 3 adults; $30, carfare. LADIES EXCHANGE EMPLOYMENT BU REAU, 2037 K st. n.w. NA. 4381. —5 COUNTER GIRLS, experienced, food sal ary. Apply GEORGE'S RESTAURANT, 1722 Bye ft. n.w. . —9 COUNTER WORKERS, white, needed for local restaurant; part time or full time; good salary. Call NA. 0523. —8 DANCING TEACHERS—Arthur Murray’s Dance Studios need young men and women with personality and ambition to teach ballroom dancing. No experience neces sary. complete training course given. Un usual opportunity to advance to positions of supervisors and executives. College trained people between 25 and 35 given preference. Openings In our Alexandria and Baltimore studio* at well at Wash ington. Do not telephone or write, personal Interview only. Apply between 10 and 6. Miss PenneU. ARTHUR MURRAY'S, 1106 Conn. ave. n.w. . —» DENTAL ASSISTANT. 26 to 35. experience essential, knowledge of typing and recep tionist duties; downtown office. Box 233-J. Star. —6 FOOD CHECKERS, no bar. attractlva hours, good pay, meals. GATEWAY RES TAURANT. Union Station. RB. 0787. —6 FOUNTAIN AND LUNCHEONETTE; steady position for steady workers; food pay. 48 hr. week. Apply AMBA8SADOR DRUG STORE, 14th and K sts. n.w. —6 FOUNTAIN GIRL, white, experienced only, permanent. Evenings 4 to 10 p.m. Phone North 4777. COLLEGE PHARMACY. —4 GENERAL CLERICAL, liberal discount on purchases, excel, opport. for advancement; pleasant working eond. Apply office. YOUNG MEN'S SHOP. 1319 F st. n.w.—7 GENERAL INSURANCE BROKER. re quires experienced stenographer, 5-day week, liberal salary RE. 3355. —6 G.H.W. AND LAUNDRY, knowledge of care of baby; health card and refs, required; $30 per week Unless thoroughly experi enced do not apply. Call AX. 4265. —5 GENERAL OFFICE WORK — Permanent employment in newspaper Information bu reau: hours 8:30 to 5; 5 days at week; no overtime; a good opening for a woman with young children or household duties. HASKIN. 316 Eye st. n.e. , —5 GIRL, colored. 25 yrs. old. to help with care of children: some cooking. HU. 7584. GIRLS, wmte. io work part time, evenings. Saturdays and Sundays; very pleasant work, excellent pay. paid daily: wide awake girls can earn $2.60 per hour: no experience necessary. See Miss Purdum Monday. Wednesday or Friday. 7:30 to 8 p.m. only, at COUNTY SERVICE BLDG.. 5000 Rhode Island ave.. Hyattsvllle. Md HAT CHECK GIRLS, several openings; no experience necessary. Apply in person after 6. AMBASSADOR HOTEL DINING ROOM. HOUSEKEEPER wanted, 35-50 years old: 2 in family: good room and board; atate aalary expected Box 423-J. Star. —6 HOUSEKEEPER, experienced, wanted by guesthouse to supervise full activities of hotel workers: age 35 to 50; good salary and meals. Call NA. 0523. —6 LABORATORY TECHNICIAN, experienced, for position In private office; excellent working conditions, 51 j -day week, at tractive aalary. Phone MR. FERRY. EX 7268. —6 LADY—Excellent home plua salary for refined Christian white lady, who Is fond of children. In return for caring for chil dren and cooking. CH. 4633. —5 RESTAURANT MANAGER, for prominent restaurant; menu typing essential; one who can get results from employees; ex cellent salary. Box 172-J. Star. —6 RESTAURANT checker and hosteai needed, part time or full time, by large Washing ton cafeteria; food salary and meala. • Call NA 0623. —8 SALESGIRL. Interested In eameras. no ex perience required, energetic and attractive; permanent position In photo store. Call Ira. SHAW. OW. 9222. Arl. rea. pref. —o SALESGIRL wanted for candy department; good salary. Call CH 0968. —8 SALESLADIES, experienced, *35 week and commission; can make up to *60 Apply WASHINGTON SPECIALTY SHOP. 1344 SALESLADIES, experienced, *36 week and commission; can make up to *6<>. Apply WASHINGTON HABERDASHERY, 1102 P it n W ——a SALESWOMAN—One Interested In sewing: pleasant surroundings, excel, oppor. Apply In person. 3421 Conn. ave. SINGER SEW ING MACHINE CO —5 . SECRETARY, must be rapid, accurate stenographer, able to assume responsibility, varied interesting duties in unall office, national firm; better than high school edu cation preferred; pleasant working condi tions; 5-day week: refs, required; salary open. Telephone NA. 9626. —6 SECRETARY and general office work; ex cel salary and working conds.; 6-day wk. Call VI. 1513 for interview Monday. —5 SECRETARY, for office in Wheaton, *150 per month, 5'k-day week. Cal! RE. 1183. SECRETARY, experienced, salary com mensurate with ability, responsible and in teresting work in pleasant surroundings. Call MRS. SMITH. LI. 5326. —7 SECRETARY, experienced in pvt. industry: immed. opening for young lady over 24 years of age: lge. local organization, sal ary *45-550. depending upon Qualifications. In" applying, state age. education and ex perience. Box 59-J Star. —8 Secretary-stenographer — Reai op portunity for one who is look.ng for a futuie. Por appointment call EM. Saturday or Sunday. _ _ —6 secretary - STENOGRAPHER. exper.. dependable, accurate; for Protestant church agency; Methodist oref.; small office; excel surroundings; salarv commensurate with ability; state age. church affli. exper. sal. expected; refs. Box 274,-K. Star. 5 SECRETARY-STENOGRAPHER — National trade and research organization: perma nent: ideal surroundings, interesting work, good salary; start immediately. Call at Suite 500, 917 15th st. n.w. —5 SLIP COVER CUTTERS, steady work year •round. Write Box 343-J. 8tar. —4 SLIP COVER OPERATORS to work at home. Box 343-J, Star. .—4 . STENOGRAPHER-CLERK. Permanent posi tion: 5's-day. 40-hour week. National company State minimum salary expected and write full details regarding experience, education. age_ Box 3T7-G. Star —10 STENOGRAPHER—Permanent employment with established firm: modern downtown office; interesting work; 2 weeks vacation with pay after 1 year. Phone NA. J75JJ8. STENOGRAPHER for professional ac countancy organization: promotion to of fice secretary within 6 months; entrance aalary in accordance with qualifications, state fully In written application, educa tion. business experience and references. Box 12-J. Star. —8 STENOGRAPHER-CLERK. age 20-35. single; permanent position; 5-day week: pleasant working conditions: Ring Bldg., vacation with pay. group Insurance, hos pitalization. Call EX. 0305. —8 STENOGRAPHER for downtown office, 5 day wk.; permanent: retirement, life in surance and group hospitalization benefits.! Apply 2nd fl . 1722 Eye st. n.w. —6 STENOGRAPHER—Exp young lady for position In local wholesale plumbing sup ply company. Call NO. 2247. —o STENOGRAPHER, 21 to 35. for perman ent. interesting position, in newspaper field: shorthand, typing, general office work; excellent salary for qualified per son; 5-day, 40-hour week; briefly state qualifications. Box 277-K. Star. 5 STENOGRAPHER-BOOKKEEPER, perma nent position; excellent salary plus room and meals; girl with hotel experience]pre ferred; refa. required. Call MR. FOOTE. SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR, must know typing CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL, Dupont 4220. . . —6 TEACHES, lit grade accredited., a.m. to 3:30 p.m., tmall class. $1/5 a mo.. private school. 9401 Georgia ave., Silver TELEPHONE operator-typist for printing ptaint at 24th and Douglas sts. n.e. In residential section. Some experience on | switchboard helpful. Phone MISS O HARA Monday. DE. 85B5. —o TELEPHONE OPERATOR, hotel experience, to work night shift. 11 pm to 7 a.m Apply chief operator between 7 a.m. and 8 p m . HOTEL ANNAPOLIS, 11th and 12th at H st. n.w. —n TYPIST Who can operate monitor switch board; 39-hour week Apply KLOMAN IN STRUMENT CO.. 1822 Eye st n.w —8 TYPIST for permanent position. 3,-hour week. Apply In person. HIGHWAY EX PRESS LINES, 3rd and R sts. n.e. —6 TYPIST—Interesting work in radio school. IBth and Park rd. Call HO. 1520, Ext 5. —5 TYPISTS and dictaphone operators—Na tional organisation; good working condi tions. vacation with pay. 40 hrs. wkly. MR. SCHOOLEY, 323 Washington Bldg. —5 TYPISTS (2), one with medical experience. CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL. DU 4220. —6 TYPIST-STENOGRAPHER; S'k-day week. Apnly In person, manager's office, HOTEL WASHINGTON. ME. 5900. — 6 WAITRESSES, experienced; good salary; excellent tips; no Sunday work. Apply MARINER SEAFOOD RESTAURANT. 7212 Wisconsin ave.. WI. 0878. —5 WAITRESS, experienced, white, day work. I e location; delicatessen-restaurant work, i TW 2381. —4 I WAITRESS, white. Apply at once. DIXIE | PIG BARBECUE, Marlboro Pike and Ben- I nir.-r rd.. HI. 4333. —« WAITRESS, white, hours 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.; must apply in person at 221 10th st. s.w. WAITRESSES, experienced Apply MA JESTIC RESTAURANT. 1730 L st. n.w. WOMAN, colored, to help with steamtable and short-order cooking; bring refs._Ap ply the UGLY DUCKLING TEA HOUSE, 115 B st. s.e. , —4 WOMAN, reliable, free to travel, house keeper and companion; live in; school-age child. Apply in person after 4 P-m- 2633 IBth st. n.w.. Room 300-B, MRS. E. R. WELSH —“ WRAPPERS and Inspectors, full time un til Christmas, pleasant working conditions. Apply office. YOUNG MEN S SHOP, 1319 P* st n w —8 YOUNG LADY for secretarial 1ob; must know typing, shorthand. Work Interesting and permanent; experience not essentlal. Salary $45 for 5 Vi-day week. Apply Box WILL TRAIN SETTLED WOMAN to cut slip covers; preferably one who can drive. Write Box 343-J. Star. —4 EARN EXTRA MONEY FOR XMAS—Need young ladles to address envelopes: tempo rary Apply at JOHN G. WEBSTER. J527 F st. n.w . 2nd floor. —5* ACCURATE TYPIST, general office work, some steno -bookkeeping; 5-day week. State age. exper., etc. Box 34-G, Star. —5 INSURANCE—An excel, opportunity for an ambitious young woman in an estab. in surance broker's office. Claim experience desirable but not essential. Attrac. salary w;th opportunity for advancement in a growing org ; 5-da.v week, pleasant work ing conditions. We want an intelligent and ambitious young woman who can fill permanent position of responsibility. Our employes know of this advertisement. Reply in writing to Box 2B1-J. Star. —fi RELIABLE WHITE PERSON to care for small child 5 weekdays, while mother i works; conv. location Conn, and Wyo. aves. | n.w.; refs, and health certificate nec. Good salary. Box 4R3-X. 8tar —5 PART-TIME OFFICE ASST., in office of eld-established printing firm: hrs.. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.. 5-day week, $1 hr. Apply1 GRAPHIC ARTS ASSN., 319 Tower Bldg., 14th and K sts. n.w. —5 IHELP WOMEN. I REFINED. STEADY GIRL for cheek room: hours from 0 p.m.-l a.m. Apply Miss Creagen. WILLARD HOTEL from 8-1. 0* CHRISTIAN LADY—White, to share apt. and care for’2 children. 1 achool age. light duties, no laundry, no nights or Sun.: small salary. VI. 6471._—B CLERK Student or married woman wanted, to work noon to 5 p.m. Mon. through Frl.: keep Inventory records, some typing. Reply In full to Bog 141-J. Btar._—6 Dentist, Full or Part Time Oroup Health Association of Waahlngton. D. C.. Is opening a Dental Health Center In conjunction with its medical services. Staff members are now being recruited In the following categories: Dentist, full or pert time, and hygienists. For further Information, call ST. 0824 or 8T. 0920. GIRLS The telephone company baa opening! now: Interesting work, «ood waves, paid while learning, regular increases: 6-dav week: no experience required. Visit our employ ment office. The C, & P. Telephone Co. _918 O st. n.w._ MUSICIANS Wanted for small orchestra. Read and lake. Box 288-K, Star.6* OFFICE CLERICAL Glrla. from 20 to SO, for clorlesl work: 6-day, 40-hour week, vacation with pay and other employe benefits. Apply SAFEWAY STORES, INC. _ 18V 4th 8t. N.E, —9 SALESLADY For costume jewelry: permanent, attrac tive position; must be experienced. JOSEPH R. HARRIS CO. _1224 F it. n.w. —9 SALESWOMEN For full-time employment: openings In several Chrtstmai. depts. Apply any of these employment offices: Main bldg . 9th 11. 8:30 to 0 daily; North bldg., nth fl„ 8 .30 to 0 dally; Service bldg.. 1st A.. 131 M st. n.e., 8 to 1 daily. WOODWARD A_LOTHROP__—4_ Secretary-Stenographer Experienced and capable; by financial in stitution. Apply in person. MR. WINSTON. Suite 402, Ring Bldg., 1200 18th st. n.w. —5 Stenographic Secretary Leading trade assn.; perm.; pleasant en vironment; conv. hrs.; retirement plan; sal. commens. ability and exper. Apply in writing._Box_107-J. Star._ —«*>_! TYPIST Interesting work for experienced typist seeking permanent employment; modern office in n.e. section; offering vacation with pay. group Insurance, sick benefits, retire ment plan, o-day. 40-hour week. Apply SAFEWAY STORES, INC. _1845 4th 8t- N.E —9 TYPIST-SECRETARY Experienced, for high-class wine end spirits shop; 5-dgy week. 9:30 to 6:30 p.m.; $40 per week. Apply :n person, 2442 18th st. n.w., 10 g.m. to 7 p.m._—9 WRAPPER & INSPECTOR Prom 11 a m. until 3:30 p.m. dally, all day Sat.; pleasant working cond. Apply office, YOUNG MEN'S SHOP, 1319 P st. n.w. —7 HELP DOMESTIC. _ COOK, colored, must be good: good salary. Apply 8COTTS HOTEL, 2131 O st. n.w. —fi COOK AND G.H.W.s must be excellent cook, family of 3 adults: upstairs rm. and private bath: live In or out; Sat. afternoon and Sunday off EM. 7381. —5 COOK, white, exper.: small family; live In; refs.; $30. DE. 1318. —5 GENERAL MAID; live In. lge. upstairs rm.; 3 school boys In family; Georgetown. DU 0427. G.H.W.. exper and dependable, live in: must like children: plain cooking, no iron ing; references. SL. 3091. —10 G.H.W., plain cooking, small family em ployed. 3Vi-year-old child; must be ex perienced. live In. GL. 7833, Arlington.—5 GIRL, colored, g.h.w., 23 to 35; small apt.: live In. good home; $50 monthly; references. TA. 6891. —5 LADY TO CARE for 4-yr -old child and do some light housework: hours. 10 am. to 4:45 p.m. Call NO. 7145 —5 MAID, fully experienced In all household duties; 5-day week, $27.50; off each Tues day and Wednesday; good character refer ences. Apply In person, 2800 Brandywine st. n.w. between 9 a m and 10:30 a m. NURSEMAID, white only, live In, chamber work, care 2 girls, 4Vi and 3; no cooking, no laundry; salary, $125. Call NO. 9560 weekdays between 9-11 a m. —10 NURSE-GOVERNESS, white, age 35-45, care for 2 children, age 1 and 5: live In; pvt. rm,; loc. near the Shoreham Hotel; salary, $35; only responsible, exper gov erness with good refs, will be considered. Box 39-G. Star —5 SETTLED WOMAN, to live In: good home and wages; general housework. Call DU. 3944 or HO. 8788. Apt. 44. or call in person after 11 a m. ^ 6* COUNTRY ESTATE In Fairfax ^wishes white nurse-governe?s for 3 children, ages 3. 4 and 5; must like outdoors. Congenial surroundings. Salary SI25 per mo. and maintenance. Call NA. 3120, Ext. 1387. 9:30 a m. to 1 p m. —7 PERMANENT MAID, live in or out. general housework, cooking and laundry. WI. 6242. —5 GOOD HOME, salary, to refined white woman, g h.w.: care for 2 small children of working coupie; nr McLean. Va. Call Elmwood 690 week ends or evenings. —5 SITUATIONS MIN. ACCOUNTANT, expert; books opened, closed, audited, back work caught up; local ref.: reas 6H. 6564. 5* ACCOUNTANT. 28. now in public account ing. desires position as internal account ant: can file all tax returns and prepare monthly operating statements. S. RUBIN, Greenbelt 4361. 5* .ACCOUNTANT, ekpert: books started, kept part time; tax returns prepared, state ments audits: reasonable OR 2074. FACTORY REPRESENTATIVE with busi ness management and purchasing back ?round. willing to leave present, lucrative position for job with future. Box 226.-K, Star. 5* GROCERY OR CIGAR CLERK, white, ex perienced. 10 years' retail, 3 years' whole sale Phone Hobart 7515. —6 HOTEL MANAGER, thoroughly experienced: tops on banquets, food and beverages, j following. Box 195-K. Star. 6* MAN, colored, middle age: work of any kind; citv ref : some knowledge of serving. Phone TW. 2297. 5" MAN, colored, wishes work of any kind: chauffeur or grocery store work preferred. Call DE. 3881. 5* MAN, colored, age 20, wants dishwasher i or busbov job. daywork. DI. 6787. PAINTING, inside and outside; wall wash ing; reasonable prices: free estimates; local references. WADE, ME. 0943. 7* YOUNG MEMBER of the D C. bar wishes position in established law office. ME 5549. 5* EXCELLENT TELEPHONE VOICE, owned by stay-at-home. desires employment. MR. E. N. BERNSTEIN. TA. 6018. 8* ABILITY PLUS, energetic young certi fied public accountant, with extensive exper. in office procedure. 6 yrs. public account ing. notary public, car; seeks position with future. Taylor 4359. 5* STUDENT desires part-time position, any hrs. from 3 p.m. on and full time Sat.: 22 yrs. old: much exper. as both gen. clerk and sales clerk, but will consider anything i offered. Phone TA. 0533 or DU. 9030. ask for MR. WINOGRAD. 5* TRANSLATING, German-American. at home. Call Trinidad 7844. • RETIRED. EXPERIENCED watch repair man desires legitimate trade work. WA. 7482. * 5* RETIRED ACCOUNTANT seeks part or full time employment: broad experience; can furnish bond Bex 2'3-K. Star. 0* TRADE ASSOCIATIONS—Top adm. asst . t secretarial and office management back ground. writer of speeches, articles, bul letins. promotional, advt., publicity; field contact experience; former ex. sec. of local group: best rets. Box 245-K. Star. 5* SITUATIONS MEN AND WOMEN COLORED MAN AND WIFE want job. with quarters, caring for apt. house; small salary expected HO. 4352. • MAN AND WIFE desire place; cook, second cook, in school or boarding house; good references. VI. 7,312. 5* MAN AND WIFE, colored, wants baker’s job. can make alfr kinds of Danish pastries, French pastries and fancy cakes and pies. Phone CO. 8381.7* SITUATIONS WOMEN. ACCOUNTING WOMAN, 5.3, wishes part time or full-time work; 17 years business experience, full charge. B. C. S. degree; best references. Tel. DI. 1847. 5* ASSISTANT to program director, conti nuity writer for New Jersey station wouM like position In radio in D. C. area. Col lege. music and announcing background. Box 204-K. Star. 7* COLLEGE GRAD., colored, desires job as lab tech, or clerical work. Call AD. 8882, MISS LOMAX. 5* COLLEGE GRAD., colored, desires part-: lime work. Mon.. Wed., Fri. Call AD. 8882. MISS DAVIS 6* COMPETENT WOMAN (white) desires g.h.w. for one person lemp.i in small home: or care for elderly person in own private home. LI. 3809. 9 a m. to 8 p.m.* DRESSMAKING, design remod . altera tions eve. gowns a specialty; reas. MISS BERT, 1830 Irving n.w., Apt. 4. AD. 2238. GIRL, colored, desires job in the day; ex perienced at most any kind of work; re liable. HO 01 49. —5 GIRL, colored, wants position in cafe, res taurant, hotel; 5 years’ experience. AT. 4815. 4* GRADUATE NURSE, colored, wishes con valescent, semi-invalid, maternity cases; excellent references. Georgia 0416. 5* NURSE, graduate, colored, desires chronic case or children’s nurse; exper.; refs. ILU. 2389. • PRACTICAL NURSE desires baby sitting; available day or night; good references. Please call TA. 2948. 5* PRACTICAL NURSE, colored, with hospital experience, desires day or night duty; good references. FR 3362. 5* REGISTERED MEDIC AL TECHNICIAN, ex perienced. college graduate, seeking a po sition. Box 284-K. Star. State salary. * SECRETARIAL SERVICE, typing, mail and tel. serv., addressing envs.; desk space avail. Odo. Si! Sprg. P. O. SL 3700. SH. J9I3. TWO YOUNG colored ladies desire eve ning work as waitresses or light cleaning and dinner. 4 p.m. until. Ref. and ex perience Call VI 0180 5* TYPING AT HOME-All kinds; call for and deliver. FA. 0244. • i WIDOW. 45 <whitr!. requires situation as i housekeeper to business person. Good ref erences. Box 155-K. Star. 7* WOMAN, colored, wants job as nurse to take care of the sick; reference. DE. 0141. LU 4190. • WOMAN, colored, desires job as waitress; experienced; kitchen work or dry cleaning; as waitress, prefer afternoon or eve. work. HU 5732. 6* WOMAN, co’ored. desires 3 days’ work weekly, cleaning offices, etc.; best refer ences. Decatur 2038. 5* WILL ADDRESS ENVELOPES, pick up and deliver. Call TA. 8337. —6 DOUBLE TROUBLE —By Bill MacLean THERE/ now i ll show £5——rVA, OEANWIE/ [JOHNNIE/) ;>»STHAT')OUR> I CADDY'S NEW; p-^HATTy-^ JOHNNIE WONT WEAR FT, MOW1. HE'S PRACTICIN' WHAT HE'S GONNA DO T THAT FREDDY--IF FREDDY TAKES HIS NEW FOOT-, BALL AWAY FCMA '— P^Cop; 1918, King features Syndicate, Inf.. wwld rights reserved. SITUATIONS DOMESTIC. COOK, accommodating luncheon, dinners, receptions, teas; references. Call CO. 6875. 4 * G.H.W. WANTED, white woman: 10 to 3 daily: rooming house or private home. VI. 1126. GIRL, colored, desires day’s work. Friday and Saturday, will accept fountain, counter work: experienced: reference. AD 2682. GIRL, colored, desires day s work: exp. Call ME. 5076. -—5 GIRL colored, light brown skin, wishes job in apt. house bv the hour; desires work same building; refs. AT. 6516. • GIRL, colored, desires cooking and down stairs work; $35 week; home nights; one job 7 years Box 241-K. Star. 4* GIRL, colored, wants full or part-time work, nursemaid for working mother or g.h.w. Ref. and exper. Call LI. 1224. 5* LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING for amall family l or employed couple, desired by refined. middle-aged woman. GL. 8056._6* INSTRUCTION COURSES. AUTO BODY and fender repair—Enroll now for night classes commencing Tues day or day classes commencing Jan. 3rd , Practical instruction In modernly equipped 1 shops. Gls and nonvets accepted. CAR VER VOCATIONAL INSTITUTE. 184(1 i 14th it. n.w. CO. 7558 (non-sectarian school). 6’ MODERN TRAINING In beauty culture, all i subjects taught Approved by Government for GI training. WAR-FLYNN BEAUTY COLLEGE. 1310 G st. n.w.. DI. 17 63 LEARN TO DRIVE In Washington's oldest, largest and most modernly equipped auio driver training school; 1948 model cars, patented dual controls; permits secured D. C. Md.. Va EASY METHOD NO 1794. HOTEL CLERKS, cashiers and PKX op erators in demand; we train you quickly, day or evening classes; low tuition. NATL HOTEL SCHOOL, 331 Bond Bldg., 1404 New York ave.. ST. 7378. —4 TUTORING at your home; Latin, Russian. German: $3.50 per hour; by an Instructor with foreign experience. Box 378-K. Star. AVIATION—Airline transport and Instru ment; ground classes being formed; experi enced airline instructors: enrollment lim ited Phone GL. 5399 after 3 p m., for j further Information.__ 5* EMPLOYMENT SERVICES. ! business. EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHERS, book keepers and typists. Openings in Silver Spring area. Call WORTHINGTON SERV ICES, 8427 Ga. ave.,. SL. 3700. SH. 1913. I__•—5 _DOMESTIC.___ HAVE PLENTY OF DAYWORK, women on ! hand waiting for work. References. Laun dresses and cleaners. HO. 04‘J7, a.m to •J pm.—8 | PERSONAL. MAPLE LANE NURSING HOME has a vacancy lor female patient; 24-hour trained nursing care; owned and operated by phy sician who is in daily attendance. SH. 7044. "OLD AT 10, SO, 60?"—Man! You're crazy! Thousands peppy at 70. Ostrex Tonic Tablets pep up bodies lacking iron. For rundown feeling many men, women call "old." New "get acquainted” sise. only 50c. At all drugists. In Washington at Liggett Rexall Stores. DRESSMAKING AM, ALTERATIONS done expertly, quickly and reasonably; buttons, belts, buckles made, buttonholes. MRS. RIDDLE, 2000 Florida ave. n.w. Just one hall block east of Connecticut ave. Tel. Dupont 2006. 5* ATTENTION MEM—For women who love art needlework knitting, crochet, rug making, etc., give an Embroidery Shop gift certificate this year. EMBROIDERY SHOP. 827 11th st. n.w NA. 5549. —8 - BEST HOME—Vacancy for elderly lady, excellent condition, registered nursing care; refs. Phone Vienna 448-J. —7 TOWN AND COUNTRY SCHOOL, formerly Parsons Countryside School—Day and boarding program; Sunday and weekday registration upon appt.; nursery through cth grade; daily transportation ''door-to-; door"; hot lunches. Approved by Mary-1 land State Board of Education; litera ture mailed upon request. 9401 Georgia! ave. SH. 1814. FUR COATS restyled to look like new. .uller sleeves, new lengths; styilsh capes and jackets made. WI. 4770. ALTERATIONS on all ladies' garments; prompt and efficient service: open eves.: 3109 14th st. n.w , CO. 2221. PERMANENT WAVES. *4: shampoo and fingerwave. 50c. No appointments All work done by advanced students. WAR FLYNN BEAUTY COLLEGE. 1210 G st DON'T DISCARD THAT DRESS OR SUIT'. tricks ol the trade, plus expert skill, can j save it and makes nothing too hard to handle Custom made restyling and alter ations. LEA ENGEL, Dressmaker (originally ol 5th ave.. N Y.); centrally located In Loews Bldg . 1110 F st. n.w.. Rm. 20 Tel. EX. 1803. VACANCY IN NURSING HOME—24-hour nursing care. Licensed by county and State. SH. 8040. SOUTHEAST RESIDENTS. ATTENTION— Come see me for Buckwheat, Xmas Candy, fresh ground Peanut Butter, smoked White Pish and hot cooked Hominy Many other unusual foods. P. E. HOUCK. Stands 13. 14. 25, 26, Eastern Market) 7th and C sts s.e.. LI. 3000. —12 PRIVATE dining ROOMS and bal room available for ail functions, Xmas and New Year's eve. still open for bookings. Can accommodate up to 400 people; also small parties. Centrally located. KENMORE, HOTEL, 2108 16th st. n.w. DU. 7014. 8» I REDUCING, cabinet baths; gentlemen only. WILLIAMS, formerly opposite Mayflower, j Hrs. 10 a.m. to 10 pm. Phone GL. 6172. 5* ROOM AND BOARD, CHILDREN, to age 10; modern country home; loving care: wholesome food: school bus at door: rea sonable rates. MRS. BICKLE. Haymarket,: Va.. 13-F-21 or ST, 9200, Ext. 4108. <1* I "OLD AT 10. .50. 00?" — Man! You're crazy! Thousands peppy at 70. Ostrex Tonic Tablets pep up bodies lacking iron. For rundown feeling many men. women call “old." New "get acquainted" size only 50c. At all druggists. In Washington at Liggett Rexall Stores. VACANCY, rest home: warm, cheerful room: delicious meals: tray and nursing service. SI. 0050. 5*, SEVERAL cultured pearl necklaces for sale: attractively boxed and reasonably priced The perfect Christinas gift. OR. 7fi.'i:i. • AT "LITTLE FOLKS" NURSERY and kin dergarten. children. 2-fi. are very happy. Your inquiry cordially Invited. OR. 2439. 5* _MOTOR TRAVEl._ TWO RELIABLE college men desire ride to west coast after Dpc. 6. Capable driv ers. Call HO. 8897, Rm. 4 or NA. 9070, Apt. 919. 5* i RFLABLE COUPLE or man over 30 to drive new car to Arkansas at once, gas allowance. FR. 7938. 5* DRIVING to Tampa, Florida on Dec. 18. Can take '.l or 3. Call Dupont 3451. —5 DAYTONA BEACH. Tuesday. Take two. references. TE. 3*^5._5* BUSINESS SERVICES. BOOKKEEPING and Income tax service: small business accounts a specialty: reas. rate. TA. 1967. —12 REPAIRS AND SERVICES. ADDINO MACHINES, calculators cleaned, oiled and adjusted All work guaranteed. RE. 1177 UNITED TYPEWRITER CO 813 14th st. n.w BASEMENT TO ROOF painting and re modeling: white mechanics. Call MR. SAUR, TA. 2062: eves.. RA. 1198. 8» BRICKLAYING — Chimneys, fireplaces, patios built, repaired: glass blocks. Small jobs solicited: A-l mechanics. EM. 9002. BRICKLAYING, FIREPLACES and chim neys built and repaired by mason cralts man. A. FAGNANI, AT. 1994. CAMERA REPAIRS—815 10th st. n.w. 27 years' experience: factory parts. FUL LER & d'ALBERT. INC.. NA 4711 CARPENTRY—Porches. closets. slaiis. roofing and painting done In a workman like manner. For an estimate, call WIL SON. DI. 0880. CARPENTRY—Rec. rms., attics, general repairs Free estimates. Do ow n work.; HAINES & JACKSON. LU. 7340, AD ! 5468: if no answer, call after 0 p.m. -—10] CARPENTRY. PROMPT SERVICE—Cabi net work repairs, kitchen equipment furn and installed. RE. 5307. SL, 6488. 9* CARPENTRY—Attics finished, recreation rooms, porches Inclosed, stairways, dormer windows: residential or commercial. J. E. HENDRICKS. Union 2491. CARPENTRY—Repairing and remodeling, recreation rooms and attics finished, roof ing and siding. WA. 2531. GLENN PUT NAM SONS —4 CEMENT WORK and damp waterproof ing. WILLIAM S. WEST. LI. 0595. CHIMNEYS CLEANED: gutters cleaned: roofs repaired, painted, week ends, after 5. OR. 1409 all day Bat. and Sun. —8 REPAIRS AND SERVICE tCont.l. CLEANING UPHOLSTERED furniture and rugs machine-done on premises. Estimates. Call MR. CRULEY any time, NO 5081, CONTRACTOR—GALLO & GAVAZZA— Stone, cement and cinder block; free es timates HI. 4480, 5202 L st.. Hillside, Md.; EX 1733, 404 2nd st. n.w. —7 DRAFTING, electronic, mechanical tech nical illustration, product design; fast, accurate work at reasonable rates. Call EASTMENT. EM 5100 after 7 pm GERNS. FA 4185. —6 DRIVEWAYS, retaining walls, flagstones, etc. Stone, brick or concrete by mason craftsman. AT, 7808. —9 ELECTRIC WIRING, commercial, residen tial. old, new work Extra outlets, repairs. REGAL ELECTRIC 3609 GB.. RA 8391. ELECTRICAL REPAIRS and installations; for prompt, courteous, guaranteed service, call A C ELECTRIC CO.. RA 6858 FLOORS—Sanding and finishing; old or new floors; estimates day or night. VI. 7700 or WI 4770, BAUBLITZ A HARR. FLOOR SANDERS, edgers and waxers rented, new and used ganders and waxers for sale RA 4346. KENNEDY FLOOR A TILE CO.. 709 Kennedy st. n.w . RA. 4348 FLOORS SANDED and finished; free es i timates. AI1 work guaranteed. LI. 7^63. FLOORS SANDER and finished, old firs, made like new; work done Md.. Va. and D. C. GEORGE TAYLOR, WA. 1129 —9 FLOORS SANDED AND FINISHED, paint ing. papering. Kem-Tonlng For prompt service, call MR. MINNIX. RE. 4025. FLOOR SANDING AND FINISHING done the right way and now, small down pay 1 ment. 36 mos. to pay. ASKEW HOME j SERVICE, OR. 7900, day and eves. —9 FLOORS sanded and finished Skilled white j mechanics. Very low prices. CHARLES R. COVER. DU. 6718 any time. FLOOR POLISHERS, ganders, edgers. belt i senders paint sprays for rent, and all : floor supplies sold. L. T. FOLK, 4632 j Wls. ave. WO. 0528. FURNACE AND BOILEIP repairing: fire proofing of boiler rms.. large or small. WILLIAMS REPAIR SERVICE, day. RE 4477: after 6 pm . EX. 0874. —6 I FURNITURE ana carpet expertly cleaned in your home or in our own modem plant. ACE STORAGE CO . TR 6201. FURNITURE—Springs retied in your home. Reupholstering in shop. White mechanics. Veteran Dial FR. 9189. 4* FURNITURE REPAIRING. refinishing; Work done in home. All work guaranteed. 11 years' exper. Call PEAKE FURNI |TURE SERVICE. EM 8.301. —5 OUTDOOR BRICK FIREPLACE—Winter rates: 32x32. firebrick lined, heavy steel* 'grating; installed, $48. Box 197-K, Star. 7* PAINTING, papering. Kem-Tonlng. plaster ing. waterproofing: white help. HULME. i days. HO. 1029: eves . HO .3461. —10, PAINTING—If you have interior painting; and want good work. reas. prices, call CH.! 7262 —5 PAINTING, papering and plastering, rea- * sonable: immediate service. PEARSON’S, i CO. 5015. —10 1 PAINTING—Specialize Kemtoning. Fine, neat work Honest prices. Get ready for, Xmas WA 7242. FR 5190. 4* ! PAINTING—Baths and kitchens; special! at $50; also paperhanging done reason ably. CO 7240. —5 PAINTING—Special pre-Christmas offer. I do my own work: free estimates; im mediate service. WI. 6797. MR. DOUGLAS. —5 PAINTING—Rms.. kits., baths; price, work manship must be satis.; do own work. RE. 2295. Mon. through Sat . 9 to 6 P m. 5* PAINTING. PAPERHANGING, carpenter repairs: reliable white mechams. MR. RIDENOUR GE 6949. 4* PAINTING, papering, floor sanding, furni ture, refinishing. FHA loans approv'd; exn mechs. SH 4771. 12* PAINTING. PAPERING, first-class work manship. w-ork done immediately. Call MR. POAT. GE. 5643 4* I PAINTING. PAPERING, FLR. SANDING.! Do my own work. For a Job well done.! at a price you can afford to pay. call! CO. 1382. —5 ; PAINTING, 1st class white mechanic; ! reasonable prices: ref DU. 4242. —4 I PAINTING. PAPERING, plastering, floor i refinishmR; quality work. Prompt atten j tion. Low rates during Dec TA. 0881. PAINTING. PAPERING. FLOOR Hinishing. expertly done: satisfied customers for 25 years J. R LAWRENCE. RA. 9703 PAPERING AND PAINTING. A-l work; estimates free. Cali MR. BECKETT. DU. 4053 PAPERING. PAINTING. PLASTERING— Work done reasonable this month. Call BARNETT. ME. 2765. 5* PAPERHANGING, painting. plastering, floor scraping, spec, low prices this week only. The finest w'ork. GE. 2356. —4 PAPERHANGER AND PAINTER—I do my work myself, over 30 years exp.: prices reasonable, estimates free: 5 rms. and 2 ctory hall papered for $95. VI. 6449. 4* PAPERHANGING, this week only. $7 and up per rm . 1948 washable sunfast papers; work guaranteed GI 4283 GE 2461 PAPERING AND PAINTING—Reliable; estimates free. Call RA. 1117. PAPER HANGING AND PAINTING, rea sonable prices; white mechanics. NA. 2773. JOHN TOLSON. PAPERING, PAINTING—Have your work done for the holidays. Terms. Call MARLOWE. TO. 4947. —6 PAPER HANGING and painting: special prices for December: white mechanics, fPhone Adams 6397 after 4 p.m. —6 PAPERING—5-room. 2-story, hall house. S85: materials furnished, good workman ship. quick services, white mechanics, DU 905 ‘ —6 PAPERING, painting, plastering, scrap ing. floor sanding, carpenter work: com-1 mercial painting and remodeling at night. Free estimate. JACK TATE. EX. 8571. > 29* PIANOS TUNED. $5: D C.. suburbs: 25 yr». I exper.. repairs auaranteed. estimates CUNNINGHAM MF 1234. OV 6047 PLASTER REPAIRING, patchwork a spe cialty: by white mechanics. GL. 0790.—5 PLASTER, brick, cement, waterproofing, flagstone work; no job too sthall. TR. ,7369, LU. 2118. 5* PLASTERING AND REMODELING—Ceil ings patched or renewal, wall and parti tions moved. TR. 3069 after 6. 5* PLUMBING AND IILATING, jobbing, and remodeling: water heaters a specialty. THOMAS McKNEW. Adams 1314. Reg. 14* PLUMBING—No job too small: repairs and replacement*. SAMUEL C. BOYD. INC. GE 1068 PLUMBING. HEATING, REPAIRS, remodel ing: reasonable rates HI. 5290. —7 PLUMBING AND HEATING—Reasonable rates. ALLEN L. LLOYD, WO. 201.3. —5 REFRIGERATORS, commercial, domestic; sealer-unit and belt driven models; motors and washers repaired. UN. 1612. ROOF LEAK? Average repair. $10: roof painting, gutters and spouts: furnaces re paired: every job guaranteed. LU. 69j>7. ROOF LFAK? Walls or cellar wet? All leaks must stop or no charge. F. P. WADDELL. TR. 4979 ROOFING, air conditioning, hrtting. gut tering end spouting. Call ,’ E. HEN DRICKS. UN. 2491. ROOFING, all types; no job too small; repairs and new roofs. SAMUEL C. BOYD, INC. GF. 1968. ROOFING REPAIRS—New slag roofs, tinning, painting, gutters and spouts. Im mediate service. HI. 4593. —6 ROOFING, painting, decorating, leaks, slate, gutters and spouting: general re pairs; work guaranteed. JOHN W, CLIF TON, GE 3431. 6* ROOFING REPAIRS, paintln*. gutters cleaned, replaced. Free est., prompt serv. MURRAY. DI. 2704. 8’ ROOFING—All types roofs repaired; new slate, slag and tin roofs, general sheet metal work, guttering and spouting; 107, down, 36 mos. to pay Call HU. 7782. Free estimates. A. D. THOMAS. —6 RUGS AND FURNITURE expertly cleaned in your home or In our own modern plant. ACE STORAGE CO.. TB. 6201 SHOWCARD, air-brush, a specialty; also sale signs and commercial art; A-l work. RONCHI. ST. 5914. 6" TYPEWRITERS cleaned, oiled and adjusted. All work gu«anteed. RE 1177. UNITED TYPEWRITER CO. 813 14th n.w. UPHOLSTERING AND SLIP COVERS—Foi guaranteed workmanship and reasonable n-cfs call ACADEMY UPHOLSTERING CO. 3433 14th st n.w NO 2376 WATERPROOFING CELLARS, walls, roofs; you par after I prove it by doing it; IPC metho-1 WADDELL. TR. 1910. WATERPROOFING CELLARS, walls, chim neys, roofs, gutters, downspouts: expert work, low prices: guar. NEVINS. LU. 2414 — 13 AMERICAN COLONIAL RENOVATORS, car pentry, roofing, brick work, stone and con crete; 12 to 36 mo. terms. AT. 1969. —6 THOMPSON A WILSON, general con tractors. builders, and remodelers; kitch ens complete with any type of cabinet, made or bought. TA. 4913. ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS—No Job too small. Shelving and cabinet and cement work. For free estimate, call TO. 6277. or Greenbelt 3549. CHRISTMAS SPECIAL—Three rms . ceil ings and walls, lst-class work. $45 per coat. R. M. WHITEHORNE. ALex. 9514. —6 ! REPAIRS AND SERVICES. ATTENTION!—You can still have that necessary job done before Xmas and at a reduced price. Small contracts civen spe cial attention. Experience, equipment and individual specialists for stone, flagstone, cement-brick. carpentry waterproofing, drainage. painting; gutters installc cleaned: lots filled, grading, landscape tree surgery, planting; fertilizer, tops bulldozer clearing; driveways, walks, waiis. terraces, curbs, fences, garages, porch in c osures, additions, recreation rooms; free estimates. LI. 4225, OV. 8006. 8» HOME IMPROVEMENT COMPANIES BRICK. BLOCK. CARPENTER WORK— Steps, tiers, fireplaces, terraces and repair work. Large or small jobs. EM. 4828. —7 BUILDING, remodeling, repairing, altera tions at a price you can afford. WM. B. CATON. Contractors. Ph. TW. 1596. —9 CARPENTRY—If it is a carpenter you want, feel free to call! AT. 3282. B* FLOOR MAINTENANCE, cleaning, waxing, polishing and sanding, also window wash ings and small plastering jobs Competent workmen. Call TO. 8881 or LI. 9798. —4 ASKEW'S HOME SERVICE—Painting, pa ne hanging, floor sanding and moderniz ing bsmt. to roof: reasonable small down payment. 38 mos. to pay. OR. 7900. . HOME REMODELING, additions, attics. 1 and rec. rooms: kitchen planning, cab I lnets and appliances; wall tile and rubber tile flooring SUBURBAN CONST. CO. UN. 3352 days and eves. FLOOR SERVICE—Nothing but the best; laying, sanding, finishing, cleaning, par ?uet Installation. Bruce finishes FLOOR NG CONTRACTORS, INC.. 1812 Wiscon sin ave NO 2215. INSULATE NOW to save fuel and make your home more comfortable. One of the main sources of heat loss la through uninsu lated attics. HYDALE CONTRACTORS, WA. 6443, —8 PARACHUTE RUBBER PAINT la tough, hard, elastic, wear resistant, moisture proof and durable Many beautiful colors. Ideal for basements, recreation rooms, ga rages, porches, etc. Excellent for con crete. brick, wood and other surfaces Apply It yourself, or we can arrange for an expert to do it for you. Phone or write for Information. FOUNDRY RUB BER. INC. 105(1 30th St. n.w., Wash. 7, D. C . EX. 3807. —10 ROOF REPAIRS, painting, guttering, snow ausrds. caulking, storm sash, general re pairs D C HOME IMPROVEMENTS SH. 9404. and SI. 0083. —9 AN EXTRA BEDROOM or two are hiding In your attic. Let GALENTINE-WHIPPS CO show you how it can be done. Free estimates. UN 4241. —8 ATTICS FTNISHED, remodeling, repairing W. D. TAYLOR. SL. 31*42. ANYONE DESIRING services of good, ex perienced painter (colored) call TR. 7900. ——4 SAVE FUEL, Insulate your boiler and hot water tank now. Phone NO. 5380 for free estimate. —-5 COMPLETE REMODELING and home imp , rec. rm., baths, apts.. exp, workmanship, easy terms if desired. METROPOLITAN HOME IMPR. CO , ME. 9892; eves., UN. 2173. —8 E. N. B. CO.—Repalritig and remodeling. "A word to the wise”. Give us a try. Office RE. 5212 eves, and Sun., TR. 1129. —5 BANK AND BUSINESS References required from every advertiser seeking capital through advertise ments in The Star. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. TWIN PINES TAVERN, center of V».’» largest tourist hotel and cabin district. Fully modern equip, and stocked Open lor business. ABC license available. Living quarters and Z apts. Long lease, low rent. Must sell at once. Full price. $2,800 Terms. Route 1 across from Park Hotel. 1 mile north of Richmond, or! call MR. LEON. RE. 0433. —4 ELECTRICAL AND REFRIGERATION shop.' established 1931; will sell equipment and supplies and business name or will rent : space; opportunity to get in business for a little investment; the reason. Illness. BETHESDA ELECTRICAL CO., 4718 -Be ithesda. ave., Bethesda. Md. —8 FLOWER SHOP—Downtown; owner’s dr. savs to sel.. HO. 9875 after 3 pm. No agents or brokers. 6* ROOMING HOUSE—Ideal n.w. downtown location. 12 rooms; long lease; good in come; substantial cash payment required. Box 148-K. Star 4* WANTED TO BUY fire and casualty In surance agency, D C. Md. and Va. Call MR HENNEBERGER. RE, 490(1 DRESS SHOP on Connecticut ave.. In busi ness 20 years dealing In better dresses and hats, excellent location, for sale for less than *13.000. Box 218-K. Star. 8* DEPARTMENT FOR LEASE—Opportunity for 1 or 2 women able to use Union Spe cial 2-needle machines. Established busi ness. Low rent. Machines supplied NEEDLECRAFT, H20 12th st. n.w. —4 UPHOLSTERY, slip covers and drape shop, large stock, excel, workshop, fully equipped; must sacrifice. Call HO. 9323. —5 DELICATESSIAN—Beer and wine; good n.w. section: all white trade; 2-bedrm. apt. over store; doing over *1,300 a wk.: *5,000 down. bal. on easy terms. OWNER. CO. 9071 from 8 a m. to 10 p.m. 5* DRESS SHOP, *50.000 gross, rent $250; new national advertised merchandise Owner has purchased a lamer shop, will sell this going business at reas. price. Call Mr. Robinson. RE 4949; eves., GE. 3989. DAVID R WALLACE & CO. —12 I OR A QUICK SALE, restaurant, sandwich | shop, downtown, well estab.. easy to oper ■ ate. good hours; price. $8,000; *3.000 cash handles. OWNER. FR. 9047. 5* , AUTO FRANCHISE and bus . *3(50.00(1 yr. i gross Is offered for *100.000 with t* ; down. You get $100,000 tangible goods. : This proposition includes, sales, serv.. parts and 10-yr. lease. It's an opportun ity but hurry. Exclusive with CITY REALTY CO.. RE. 0703; re*.. RA. 7761. —5 * TERRIFIC. BUSY CORNER available: suit able for newsstand; room for Christmas i trees. Tool Wis. ave 6* SAM CHANTKER SAYS: 'Do you have a i business or income property for sale?” If i we accept your listing, vou mav expect ! Immediate results SAM CHANTKER & I CO ST 1707. AX. 8202 —4 i HAVE CLIENT with substantial cash in ! terested in buying good liquor store in I colored neighborhood. Call EM. .3214: after 6 p.m. —fi DELICATESSEN—Modernly equipped deli-' catessen in downtown n.w. apt. house sec-1 tion; off-sale beer. Owner quotes minimum ; of $150 daily; low rental, long lease. Priced to sell: best offering of its kind in1 Washington. Call till 9 pm.. WM. CAL OMIRIS PROPERTIES. INC.. 1012 ITth st. n.w . DI. 1055. —4 RESTAURANT, doughnut and frozen cus tard shop, all modern equipment: in; colored section. Box 236-K. Star. 6* i INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE fori sale. Due to ill health, will sell well- j established insurance and real estate1 business; purchase of building optional. Box 4o3-J. Star —5 VENDING MACHINES on choice locations; owner leaving town must sell, any price. Call Clinton 15 after 0:30 p.m. . 0* GOING RESTAURANT. 100 seats, doing $5,000 gross monthly; excellent location on King st.. Alexandria: rent $250 month, 8-year-lease: leasee must be accepted by leasor; equipment, including air-condi tion. two years old, cost $18,000; will sell for $8,000. Box 252-K. Star. 5* OPPORTUNITY TO START small insulat ing business. Complete equipment, inc. one GMC van-body truck equipped with blower with LeRoy motor, ladders, hose, etc., and one twin coach truck. $800 cash for lot or will sell trucks separately. Box 224-K. Star. 5* SNACK BAR or lunch room, equipped: rent $110. Price $1,500, cash. 710 7th st. s.w. RA. 0912. . —12 FOR SALE SPORT SHOP—Hobbies, toys. Christmas ornaments. Mercury and Martin outboard motors: stock and fixtures ap proximately $8,000. Will lease or sell property. UN. 1888. OWNER. —0 DUE TO ILL HEALTH, owner must sell the Anacostia Cab Co.; 5 late model cabs equipped with 2-way radios, remote con trol radio station, color rights; large call work. Apply ANACOSTIA CAB. CO., 1108 Good Hope rd. s e. —5 MILLINERY CONCESSION wanted In women's ready-to-wear or specialty shop; have good line of millinery. Box 281-K, Star. —5 MODERN BEAUTY SALON. 5 booths, na tural wood, very reasonable. CH. 988H,! 9 a m. to 6 p.m.; CH. 8993 after 6 iun. BEAUTY SHOP—Long established, con venient- downtown, completely equipped; owner leaving city, operators willing to stay. NO. 6079 after ti p.m. 5* STORE FOR RENT. 32x70. 1J 09 13th st. n.w.—^Successful restaurant for many years; owner died. Suitable many types of businesses. DE. 1300. DI. 8339. —-0 WANT TO PURCHASE dry cleaning or valet shop . Must have living quarters. MR SAGAL, TR. 8802; evenings. VI. 24 1 3. -0 QUALITY retail dry cleaner can take one more wholesale account; silks finished. LOUIS CLEANERS AND TAILORS. 3931 14th st. n.w.. TA. 2217. 5* LADIES' accessories, dressmaking shop, alterations, workroom; Conn. ave. near Shoreham; low rental, long lease; $4,000, including stock and equipment, Hudson 8299. Sunday DE. 8186. 10* FOR RENT—Driving range, miniature golfsite adjoining. Good location. Attrac tive proposition. C C HOILE, 0200 Marlboro pike, 19. s.e., D. C. 5* GROCERY STORE for sale. $1,100 quoted weekly. 2 apts. Rent. $15o per month. 95rl white trade. $10,500, lock, stock and barrel. Call TR. 5558. 10* GASOLINE STATION and repair garage on main hwy. 10 miles from Washington; doing excellent business; garage holds 12 cars; pumping 10.000 gallons per month; 150 ft. on main hwy.; approx. $10,000 worth stock and equipment. Will sell business or property. Very reasonably priced. Call MR. PANNILL, GL. 7533, OX. 0878; eves, and Sunday, FA. 2909. GROCERY and general merchandise store, doing approximately $5,000 monthly. Is be ing sold for cost of stock and equipment due to ill health. Also lovely 5-room apt. above in Immaculate condition. Venetian blinds, fluorescent lights, oil heat; good lease: reasonable rent. For further Infor mation call MR. PANNILL. GL. 7533, OX. 0878; eves, and Sunday FA. 2909. PAINT STORE, stock and fixtures with a 3-year lease; on busy thoroughfare and can be made a paying business: reasonable price, low rent. Box 40-G, Star. —5 STAND IN CENTER MARKET. 5th and K sts n.w. Saturday phone ST. 3570; eve ning and all day Sunday. HU. 7055. 5* WILL SELL or lease my smalll clean com pact lunchroom; couple or 2 partners, experienced only. TR. 1144. GULF GAS STATION. State Route 15. 70 miles from Wash. In town of 3.500; rent! $75 per mo.: 7.000 gals, monthly. Buy stock, equipment. Call EX. 9833 or leesburg 128-R. —5 ESSO GAS ST.TTION 1st and K sts n.w.— Selling lease, tools, equipment and stock, $3,500. GERBICH, MI. 4047. 4 to 6 p m. GROCERY for sale. $500 down: smalll store, white trade: good for beginner. Call MR. NORRIS. MI. 9781. —5 BARGAIN; for immediate sale; restaurant with class-c liquor license; corner of 13th and H sts. n.w. .Call RE. 4787. 9* GROCERY STORE FOR SALE by owner; long-term lease; fixtures Included; rea sonable rent. Phone ALex. 8364. —5 EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY—Variety store with living arrangements in rear; rent reasonable: 2 yrs. to go on lease with option of 3 more. slde»ltne business luciuded. This is a real bargain at ?3,000 cash UN. 7622; Sunday, UN. 041. 2 to 6 p.m. —6 BUSINESS OPPOUTUNITIIS (Coat.). TO SETTLE ESTATE. 14 rmi.. 3 baths, det. furn. rooming house. 11 large, airy oedrms., good furnishings, suggested boss. income, *500 mo. or better; n.e. location. $21,500. asking price by executors. In spect this valuable property at once. C. W. EGOLETON, 3617 14th It. n.w. DU. 5051. —5 CORNER STORE, In busy n.w. Wash., operated as luncheonette, aoda fountain, sandwiches, magazines, candy and other Items, pinball machine, TVi-yr. lease, apt. avail, lor purchaser, oppor. for wide awake. energetic bualnessman. adaptable to many different kinds of expansion, now doing approx. $106 day business. Can easily be doubled, now operated by 2 employees; owner has other business and will sell reas. for cash or down payment and notes. C. W EGGLETON, 3617 14th st. n.w. DU. 5051. —5 LIQUOR RESTAURANT and bar, vicinity Conn. ave. and M st.—Seats 65. guaran teed inspection. Rent $250, 10-yr. trans ferable lease, air condition. $16,500. $6,500 cash. tal. terms. No brokers please. Contact owner. Box 05-G. Star. —5 VALET—Downtown, busy location; doing about $10,000 a year business: $3,000 worth of equipment and machinery: busi ness Is In operation. Price, $4,000. Box 280-K, Star. 6* NEAR LAUREL—Tavern, on and off sale: dining room seating 100 people; dance floor; large kitchen: modern equip., bar; also 5-rm. and bath cottage; 3 cabins with baths: doing a good business; lady must sell at once. Price, $18,000, terms to reliable people. Call Mrs. Werner. HU 8535. with O. B. ZANTZINGER Jr. —5 GROCERY STORE, downtown n.w. section —Modern grocery store and meat market; no competition; guarantee *350 dally; reasonable rent with long lease. Priced to sell this week. For details, call till 8 p.m. weekdays, Sunday 12 to 5. WM. CALOMIRIS PROP.. INC., 1012 17th at. n.w.. DI. 1656. —4 DEPARTMENT 8 TORE CONCESSIONS— Ladies' ready-to-wear, lingerie, hosiery, shoes, millinery, children's wear, linens, household goods and kindred Items; avail, to responsible parties In proposed new dept, store now erected and ready lor oc cupancy. This location represents one of the largest pursbaelng powers in this part of the country. Unlim. parking. This op portunity is rare. LOUIS BURMAN. RE 1768. —7 DRUG STORE, corner location: reasonable rent; real bargain. Call MR. RIDGE, NO. 23*7. —7 COLORED—RESTAURANT on Ga. aye.: a spot, by owner, no broker; a real bargain for only *4.500 cash; also property can be purchased. Call RA. 8986 after 11 a m. _ —5 _MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE._ ACCORDION, professional, 120 bass. 6 switches, new condition, used only 3 les sons: sacrifice, $226 cash. AT. 5578 —4 ACCORDIONS. 120 bass, made to the exact ing specifications of Excelsor; compare with accordions at double this price, light In weight, $286. Conv. terms. KITT MUSIC CO. 1330 G st. n.w. —1 ACCORDION. Wurlltxer. 126-bass: new; sacrifice. 50. Call CH 4181. —6 ACCORDION. La Melodosia, 120 bass. 1 treblfe switch, new bellows, $275 cash. Phone MR FINK. UN. 2029. 5* ACCORDION. Rosetti. 120 bass., white studed brilliants, mother of Pearl keys, beautiful model; in case, $180. EM. 1577. ACCORDION, Excelsior Symphony Grand, latest model, at a sacrifice. WO. 8817. ACCORDIONS—Exclusive distributor of Italo-American plano-aceordtons, 120-bass. MERVIN CONN ACCORDION SCHOOL, 3508 14th si. n.w.. CO. 0222. ADDRE8SOGRAPH MACHINE and com plete equipment, hand-operated table model H-2: addressograph using atyle B plates I included, 26 metal trays and 4,410 frames, jail In good working order. *166. Phone !DE. 6565. MR. ALLIEN, after 9 a.m. Mon. —5 I AFGHAN, granny's design, atze 70 In. by 53 in Call RE. 1376. —4 | AFGHANS, all wool, all colors, outlined with Dlack; excellent for Christmas gifts. Phone Ludlow 5802. 6* ; ANDIRONS, brass, large, handsome, never j used. $65. WO. 8153. —6 I ANTIQUE ear screws, ruby: jade: twirl; garnet; opal. Atty has other estate pcs , Low prices. DE 6260 mornings. —6 ANTIQUES—Cherry drop-leaf table, 58x 48 In. open; small stands; chairs. EM. i 4830. —5 ANTIQUES—Old silver tea service with ! tray, early pine dry sink. H-leg pine drop leaf table, pine sugar chest. 7848 Wis consin ave. n.w. —5 ANTIQUES—Spinning wheel, mahogany dresser and single bed; reas.; pvt. party; Sat and Sun.. SH 7669. —5 ANTIQUES—Gov. Wlnthrop desk. $150; genuine Meissen Dlscaue. $200: old Chinese Dlacque. $100; many other choice pieces. Call DU. 6637. Apt. 102; pvt. party. —6 ANTIQUES, CLOCKS-—Terry's, banjo's. Steeples, coo s. etc. All clocks original, in excellent condition and running shape. CHARLES JEWELERS. 233 Penna. ave s.e. FR 0066 —6 ANTIQUES—Solid silver communion caster with 8 goblets, made by Tiffany * Co. about 10(i years ago Probably the only wine caster In existence. Call NO. 8698, between 6 and 8 p.m. —6 ANTIQUES—Fine china. Ridgeways' tur key platter and plate, Meisaen. flow-blue Staffordshire, wedgewood Jardiniere, blown glass Waterford goblets, decanters, steins, colored glass, pattern glass and small gifts. WA. 2810, 6619 Baltimore ave., Hyattsville, Md. —5 AQUARIUMS, used, perfect, plants, flsh; three 45-gal tanks. $35 each. Specials, guppys, hellcris. wag tails, moons, white clouds, angel fish. VI. 8412. —5 AQUARIUM SUPPLY CO.. 3827 Oa ave n.w.—Specials Frt., Sat., Sun. only. Black tuxedo swordtails $1 pr . giant blue moons. 5(>c pr.. 15 stainless steel, 'ft gal. tanks, $3.50 each —5 ASPHALT TILE — Inventory reduction, great savings. Wholesale carload at cost. Dealers' inquiries welcome also. Plain dark colors Vs and also some marbehzed. Call UN. 0300. JOHN H. HAMPSHIRE. INC. BABY BASSINETTE, scales, bathinettg and playpen with pad, good condition. GL. 8919. —5 BABY CARRIAGE. Thayer, used 2 mos.. very reasonable. Call RA. 7712. •—5 BABY CARRIAGE, gray, excellent condi tion. $25. Call HO 2662. BABY CARRIAGE, Thayer's finest folding; orlg. cost. $75: Kimble aluminum bathi nette; both new. Pleasant 9612. —5 BABY CARRIAGE. Storkline, black, collap sible, with mattress: excel, cond.: teeter babe. car bed; all for $18. Call TA. 9591. BABY CARRIAGE. Strayer. collapsible, used 2 months; very reasonable Call EX 9033 or TW. 2513. eves, and Sun days. —10 BABY CARRIAGE, stroller, car bed, all collapsible, good condition WA. 0869. BABY CARRIAGE, collapsible, good cond.; with mattress. $15 RA. (1604 —5 BABY CARRIAGE. Welsh collapsible, used about 4 months; $18 or best offer. DE 672(1. —5 BABY CARRIAGE. Storkline de luxe, chrome finish, new cond.. mattress: also play pen and pad, all for $40. SH. 9344. —5 BABY CARRIAGE and stroller. Call WO. 5785. —4 BABY CARRIAGE. Thayer, practically new; $30. Call HU. 6912. —4 BABY CARRIAGE, Thayer, collapsible. WO. 8048. —6 BABY CARRIAGE, practically perfect con dition. $55 new; selling at $25. 622 Franklin st. n.e. -—6 BABY CARRIAGES, $22.50, $24.98. $26.98. Cribs, jr. size. $14.98. $19.98; full size, $22.98, $24.98, $26.98. Wetproof mat tresses to fit. $10.98. High chairs. $10.98. Strollers. $5.98, $6.98, $9.98. New chil dren’s furniture only. BERGER'S. 3412 14th st. n.w.. DU. 3444 —9 BABIES’ CRIBS, strollers, etc., for rent, delivered. BABY'S BUTLER SERVICE, 60 Canal st. s.w EX. 4370. BABY'S LINED BASINETTE and scales, excellent condition. RE. 3404, Ext. 510. BABY STROLLER, twin size, custom built, with shopping attachment. Call Tuckerman 4135. BATHTUBS, built In. new. special. #49.50. New tanks and used bowls. $25; pipe. BLOCK'S. INC.. 3056 M st. n.w.. NO. 7803. . BATHTUBS new. used, built-in. leg; sinks. : basins toilets. PEERLESS SALES CO., j 22.37 Ga ave . DE 5670 BED, with excellent Beautyrest mattress; ] also vanity and dresser. Very reasonable. OL. 0736. —5 BED. double, complete with bedstead. ! spring. Also inner-spring mattress. Good condition. $50. 1451 Chapin st. CO. 1312. 5* RED—Double, 4-poster, complete; fine con , dillon; mahog. finish AD. 2133. BED. sofa. Simmons, like new, $40. Phone l Vienna 143-W. 6" BED, rollaway. Inner-spring mattress, like new. ME. 2571. —4 BED, YOUTH, maple. Kant-Wet mattress, ike new; *25. RA. 7202. —5 BEDS. twin. Hollywood. $.15 each; sofa bed, $50; twin inner-spring mattress, $10; bed pillows. $1; portable Singer sewing mach., $55; dishes, $10; all line, clean quality. 4801 N. 24th rd . Arl. CH. 1170. BEDS, twin size, beautiful wood; as Is. OR. 7469. —10 BEDS, single, with springs; a number of suits, size 18: new evening bags. hats, shoes, size 6-8; miscellaneous. TA. 8550. 5* BED LEGS—Hollywood beds can be mads from your coll or box springs. We Install. Sligo 4371. BEDROOM SUITE, 4-piece mahogany. Call Lincoln 0130. 6* BEDROOM SUITE, 4 pcs., Inner-spring mattress. 1 cotton mattress and springs. Amble: leaving town; electric mangle. Thor, perfect cond. HU. 8459. —5 BEDROOM SUITE, 3-piece blrd's-e.ve maple, $100; 1-piece mahogany suite, *100. Phone FA 1469 from 7 to 9 p.m. —5 BEDROOM SUITE, modern walnut; bed. chest, dresser, bed tables, mirror; $150 or b»it offer WT. 1646. —0 BEDROOM SUITES—2 Ivory painted suites. *15 each; 2 mahogany metal beds. $12.75 each; miscellaneous; cheap. FR 9175. —4 BEDSPREAD, hand crochet, and matching curtains. FR. 3142. —5 BENDIX WASHER, excellent condition; $109; guaranteed. Can be seen at Floyd's Amoco Station, Columbia pike and Glebe rd . Arl., Va. OX. 4778. —5 BENDIX WASHER, de luxe, perfect condi tion; owner leaving town; $110 cash. UN. 4755. —5 BICYCLE, girl’s, 24 in., excellent condi tion. *25. OL. 3100. —5 BICYCLE, English, 3 speed, new cond., *50. EM. 1577. —6 BICYCLE, girl's, good cond., *10. Call all day Sat. or Sun., DE. 5171. —5 BICYCLE. 20-in. wheel, big pneumatic tire; good condition. Also large scooter. *22 for both. Call after 7 p.m. TA. 2783. —5 BICYCLE, girl's 26-in. red Packard, bal loon tires; good condition; *25. VI. 6<n9. BICYCLE, boy's de luxe Monark. practic ally new. $411: cost $60. FR. 4480. —7 BICYCLE, girl's 28 Inch, like new. Call LT7. O’ 87. . —5 BICYCLE, girl's. 28-ln.; piano, upright; shed size 8x8 ft., can be used for chickens, storing or pigeons. WA. 6513. —5 • BICYCLE, boy's. 20 Inch. new. never used, balloon tires; $38.50. WA. 5134, —4 BICYCLE, boy s 26 Inch, rebuilt, new tires, new red paint, runs perfectly: a dandy for a boy 6 to 10 years; $15. Call WI. 9194. —1 BICYCLE. Schwinn: cost $48. sell for $25: excel, cond. 612 Kennedy st. GE. 1031. BICYCLE, boy's. Western Flyer, 26-lnch wheel, balloon tires, very good cond. VI 4196. BICYCLE, boy's. 26-in. wheel, A-l con dition; new late 1947; $25. Call KE.j5988. BICYCLES, boys’, 24-inch, $18 50; 26-lnch, $23.50: good condition. Woodley 3206 BICYCLES, two. girls' lull size, lights, stands: used very little; $22.60 each. Erector set. No. 8V4. complete with motor and metal ease, *10. SI iso 6960. 6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE (Coiit.l. BICYCLE, boy’s 26-lnch wheel, good con dition. $18. Kenmore 6676. —6 BICYCLES—Complete line of wheel-goods end toys. Buy now at the GEORGETOWN BICYCLE STORE. 1611 Wls. aye.. Ml. 0100. Open 8 a m. 'til 9 p.m. —4 BICYCLES—Girl’s full-size Schwinn, $20; boy's Schwinn Nu World, lightweight 2 speed, front wheel brake, $30. 8H. 7237. BICYCLES. 24 In., boy's, red. balloon tires, $22.60; 28 in., maioon. paratrooper racer, espec. suited for newsboys, with aulck mount, can be taken apart In 6 min. and carried In car. $27, cost $66: girl’s, 28 In.. $26, cost $66: all m excel, cond. Near Chevy Case Circle, WI. 2094. —6 I BINOCULARS, brand-new, 7x60 Bauach 4 Lomb. with case, half price. Call EX. 18821. 6* .BINOCULARS, very flneat grade. 10 power, iCarl Zeiss. Germany; first $126 buys. No dealers. Box 284-K. Star. BLACK STAR SAPPHIREi 9 cts. Very rare I and magnificent stone. Cost approx. $476. ; sell $250. No dealers. DE. 6260 a m. —6 BLANKETS. 50, used, $2.00 each; 50 used sheets. $1.25 each: nearly new washer, wringer-type, automatic pump, $90. Call AX. 7384. .. —6 BOILER, high pressure, complete oil burner controls. Return system: perfec. | condition. 25-h.p.; $1,200. Call DU. 0818. BOILER AND FURNACE replacements,°im mediate delivery and installation: free estimates, 3 years to pay. Call ED RILEY, OW. 9262. -4 BOOKS, complete Harvard Classics; ex cellent condition; cost $65, sell $30. Otis 8131. 5* BOY’S BICYCLE, racer, Schwinn New World. 26-in.: very good condition. $29. Call TU. 5338 —5 BOY’S BICYCLE, English bulR. new. 3 gears. 2 brakes. $67.60. LU. 2514. —5 BUCKWHEAT—Miller’s Pure Self-Raising Buckwheat and Wheat flour. Acclaimed by Washingtonians since 1893. Also piatn old fashion Buckwheat flour. P. E. HOUCK, Stands 13, 14 26. 26. Eastern Market, 7th and C sts. s.e.. LI. 3000. —12 BRICKS, face and common, one or a mil lion: immediate delivery. Call NA. 6885, ALASKA COAL & BRICK CO. building accessories— hechingrr's have the largest selection of ali kinds of building materials In the city. For cour teous. prompt, sellable service and square dealing, come td the "Little White House” at 16th and H sts n.e. Inspection in vited. or call AT 9632. BUILDING MATERIALS—Nice, dry pine pickets, :t‘/2 in. wide. 4 ft. long; lot of TOO. 12c each (cash). TR 6709. —5 BUILDING MATERIALS—Hard to get. now In stock. Cedar closet lining. 21 c per board it.: 4x8 fir plywood, V«". 17c sq. ft ;i H". 22c sq ft.; Va”. 29c sq. ft.: Is”, 32c sq. ft.; it", 39c sq. It.; dry white Pine shelving. 15c board foot, white asbestos shingles. $12.50 sq . gray-mottied as bestos shingles, $11.50 sq.: 210 lbs. as phalt shingles red, green, black, $6 sq.; clear white pine. 4/4, 6/4, 8/4, 36c bd. ft.: Plyscord sheathing at 12c a sq. ft.; Va” clear oak flooring. 23c sq. ft.; 2 or 3 panel fir doors, $9.90 each; flush doors. $10.90 each; bronze screen wire, 10c sa. it.; 6" redwood siding. 16c board It.; 8" redwood siding. l?c board ft.: amasing Kimsul insulation 16 and 24 in., double thick, 7c sq. ft.; 6 raised panels, l’/e-ln. Colonial doors, interior, $13.60 ea.; 4-in. rock wool batli, $65 per thousand sq. ft.; l3,a-ln. French doors. $12.50, open; l*A-ln. French doors, $17.30, open; 8/4 sugar Pine, 40c ft. Discount for quantity pur chases. Beautiful kiln dry knotty pine paneling, 13c board ft. BALTIMORE LUMBER CO., LI. 1361, 1600 New York ave. n.e BULLDOZER. HD 7 W. Gar Wood An gledozler blade, hyd. operated; has been overhauled, workrng. For details call Falls Church 4016 or Falls Church 4152. BULLDOZERS (2) A. C. combination shov el dozers. t> months old. excellent condi tion. very reasonable. Call HI. 4933. —10 CAMERA. Leica III C. f:2. 6 cm.; Summltar coated with case; 13o-mm. 1:4.5 culmlnar tele lens: 7 Leica filters, attachable auto matic flash unit, sunshade and tripod, all new, excellently priced lor cash. CH. 4873. 5* CAMERA. Exakta 120 reflex. 2V«x2y4. Tessar 2.8 1/1000-8 secs, and delay; best offer from $360. BELMONT, DU. 6^55. CAMERA. 16-mm. mat., 4 lenses; field glasses. Conn trumpet; sacrifice. 2104 Belvedere dr.. Silver Spring. Ant. A. 5* CAMERA. Zless Super Ikonta B, f:2.8, Compur; original owner; $180. TO. 8519 CAMERA. Argus, hardly used. $20; fine old violin. $75; nice Christmas presents. 1437 Fairmont n.w.. Apt. 4, alter noon. • CAMERA—Kodak Retina, leather case, Anastigmat Ektar f:3.5 Compur. rapid lens, 35 mm . like new: $50. Call GL. 8932. 5* CAMERA. 6x7, triple ext., with tripod, en larger, easel. time-o-lit«, 24x28 dryer, ex posure meter, convertible lens, paper and misc. Items; giving up hobby. Priced rtas. CH. 3028. —5 CAMERA. Leica III C. new 1:2 Summltar. highest bidder. TE. 9159. —6 CAMERA. Leica IIIc. 1:2 coated lens, case, brand-new, never used. List price, $38o; will sell for $265. Box 26-K, Star. 5* CAMERA—Leaving city at once, must sell, new Kodascope 90 8-mm. projector and screen. $100: new Hensoldt-Wetsler lOxoff binoculars. $75; B-flat Conn tenor saxo phone. $75; 12 hot nut vending machines, best offer. PL. 9628. , —5 CAMERAS—Complete stock of new and used cameras available for cash or use our time-payment plan. When you want to buy. sell or trade, visit us *nd see why we have the best reputation for fair deal ing PARKER WHELAN CO., 827 14tb st. n.w RE 6022 „ , CAMERAS, closing out entire stock used 1 cameras. Many real .bargains. See BUI Goodman at the TIMEKEEPER'S CAMERA SHOP. 913 Penna. ave. n.w 1 CANDY, AAA GRADE XMAS HARD—Brll , liant finish. 30 lbs to case. Cash a_nd carry price, 27c lb. Church and lodge org. solicited. Taste tells. See P. E. HOUCK. Stands 13, 14. 25, 28. Eastern ! Market. 7th and C sts. s.e., or call LI. 3000. , . —12 CASH REGISTER, National. 4 drawer*, never used. Save 10'-. Immed- delivery. Original guarantee. VI. 2224. —o CASH REGISTERS (2). manually oper ated. good cond.: 1 has single drawer, other receipts only. 5646 Conn. ave. n.w., 9 a m. to 9 n.m.. Mon. through Sat. —5 CASH REGISTERS. $40: good condition. Also new four-total and two-total; on terms i!78 18th st n.w. NA. 0600. CATERPILLAR, D-7 tractor, ser. No. 7M 1497. with cable-operated blade and 2 drum cable operated winch. International TD9 tractor, ser. No TDCB185917CE, with hvdraulic bade. Call betw. 6-10 p.m., FA. 1360. —< CHAIN SAW. 36-inch, like new: will sac rifice for quick sale. PL. 1107. —5 CHAIRS, brand new. occasional and over stuffed chairs; real bargems at $19.50 up. At any of our 5 SMITH'S select furn stores. Don t make a move without calling Smith. •—5 CHANDELIER, crystal. $85; new liv. rm chair. $65; lge. curio cabinet. $100; spin ning wheel, $25, and Chinese lurniturc. LORRAINE. 3520 Conn.. Apt. 2). WO. 3869. CHANDELIER, suitable for living room or dining room: brand new, never been used; $20. CH. 9637. —5 CHEESE—Sharp N Y State. Join many hundreds of s.e. folks who enjoy our superb flavored cheeses. P. E. HOUCK, Stands 13, 14. 25, 26, Eastern Market, 7th and C sts. s.e.. LI. 3000. —12 CHESTS—3 bedroom. new; vacuum, carpets, lamps, chair, television, etc. WO. 7825. —5 CHINA, Bavarian, set of 8, new. extra pieces available. $150; sterling silver, 4 pieces, coffee service set, $150; also blue diamond engagement ring, $100. HU. 820". CHINA—Beautiful hand painted, odd pieces Nice as gifts. Anytime Sunday or eves, alter T p.m. EM. 6463. CHRISTMAS TREES, cut to order, pines and cedars, all sizes: also sprayed trees to order, white, silver, gold: wholesale, retail: special prices to clubs, banks, schools and similar Institutions. EX. 6635. CHRISTMAS TREES, spruce. Balsam. Md. pine, Scotch pine, wreaths of all kinds and sizes, holly, mistletoe and roping. Phone NO. 6183 or write CO-OPERATIVE BALES. 2015 Douglas st. n.e., for price list. CHRISTMAS TREES, wholesale; reasonable | prices. Cal! GE. 1068 —7 I CHRISTMAS TREES FOR SALE, approx. 1300. from 5 to 10 ft. tall; very beautiful specimens. Make offer. MATTAPONI FARMS. Croom, Md. Telephone Marlboro 3553. _ . . —5 CHRISTMAS TREES—Wholessle and re tail. also wreaths, roping and mistletoe at the CAPITAL NURSERY. 1715 Blad ensburg rd. n.e. —7 CLARINET. Conn B-flat. ebonite, excellent condition. Call WO. 5385. 5* CLOTHING, man's suit, sixe 40 smoke blue, like new, cost $47,50; sell $20. DU. 5325 —5 CLOTHING—Model’s. 2 smart coats, suits, dress, etc., private party; sizes 10-12-14. CO 2859 after 8:30 p.m. —6 CLOTHING, bargains that can’t be beat, raincoats, weighs only 8 oz., red, blue, treen, sliver, at the all-time low price of 3.95, also bargains In blouses, lingerie, dresses, suits, coats, toys, leather goods, hardware and kitchenware, big 5-ln-one aluminum combination cooker, $1.59, dolls repaired. RIDDLE'S DEPARTMENT STORE. 2008 Florida ave. n.w., just one-half block east of Connecticut ave., open eve nings until 9. Phone Dupont 2008. 4* CLOTHING, man's tuxedo for evening wear, size 38 long: $20. SI. 2383. —4 CLOTHING, lady s. size 10; shoes, 8‘/»AA; accessories WO. 8153. —8 CLOTHING, outgrown, girls’ size 8 and 10. reasonable. WO. 8153. —8 CLOTHING—Girl's Margaret O’Brien auua coat, size 12, $15: also several good dresses, size 12: red tuxedo with black seal trim, size 16. good wearing condition. $20; blue with removable fur collar, size 16. still lots of wear, $7. OL. .3100. —5 COAT, black cloth. Persian trimmed; will lit 20 or 38. AD. 8368. —4 COAT, man's topcoat with zipper lining, size 38, oxford, good condition. WO. 1190. COAT—Men’s overcoat, Oxford grey, vel vet collar, practically new, a bargain at $30. OV. 4324. COAT, silver blue-dyed Northern muskrat, 3l-length, size 12-14, excellent condition, reasonable. CO. 5854. —5 COAT, leopard, good condition, size 12 or 14. Call HO. 4300. Apt. 131. • COAT, lady's, tuxedo atyle. French blue, with black (ur. size 14. only worn a few times. $25 TW. 1036. —5 COAT, size 13-14, practically new. stunning coat; originally $150; will sell for only $55: mink trimmed. UN. 9592. —5 COAT, genuine mouton lamb, was $200, wtlll sell for $100; size 10. Call AD. 5468. COATS—1 grey Persian lamb trim, full length, prac. new, and 1 muskrat fur coat; priced reasonable. OL. 1427. —5 COATS, almost new, size 10-12; reason for selling, too short. WO 8048. —5* CORNET, recently overhauled, fine cond.. $35. Call Sunday 10 a m. and 3 p.m.. SL. 4714. —5 CRIB and high chair, maple; priced $20. HO. 6449. —5 CRIB, storkline, mattress and chest ward robe; $45. WA. 3874. DAVENPORT, exce'lent condition, very reasons hie. DI. 9188. —5 DEEP FREEZE—Frigldaire. Prewar model. In excel, cond. Sacrifice, $109. GL. 4388 after « p.m. . —5 DESK un-ainted. $8: console table for corner. $7: leather jacket, tan and call hide, size 18. $15; black sealette coat, size 18. *25. RE. 0189. — DESK, living rm., walnut, flat top, 25x48 inches, $55. Call HU. 5942. —8 DESK, maple, like new; metal filing cab inet. 27 drawers. WI. 3005. 5* DIAMOND engagement ring, blue, white. ct. stone, platinum letting with 8 small atones; matching wedding band, 8 diamond chips: private owner; $275 lor both or belt ofter. AX. 0132. ■—» MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALi. DIAMONDS—Lady's sol. dla. rg.. H et* *100; lady’s Vt et., *125; lady’* % et* $160; lady’s 1 et.. $200; lady'* plat. T« ct . $250; lady's plat IV, et.. $300; lady* One 1 ct.. $360; lady'a blue whltelV* et., Imperfect. $376; lady's fine, perleci l1/, ct.. $500; lady'a nice color 2 et.. $875: ; lady s 2^4 et.. *1,000; man's perfect 5 ct., $1,500. All prices Include mtgs. Trades accepted. Moneyback guarantee. LIVING STON A CO.. 1423 H at. n.w., MX. 3440. '■'4 DIAMOND. 1.10 carat, valued at *1,200, Will sell for $800. Want quick isle. Can after 5. CH. 5562. —5 DIAMOND KING, 4 carats, appraised and Insured lor *7,260; *3,500 or best offe . OK. 2391. DIAMOND PLATINUM WEDDING ring. 7 diamonds, private party. Will sacrifice for $85. Call NO 0493. —5 DINETTE SET. table, 4 chairs, buffet and china closet, walnut, excellent condition: bargain. DU. 86:;.'!. 5* DINETTE SET. mch.. table pad and 4 chairs, good condition; reasonable. AX. 0065. —5 DINETTE SET, 5-piece, walnut: whi a leatherette seats; good condition; S26. Brthe«-ia. Md. WI. 7897. —5 DINETTE SET, 5-piece white oak. leas than 6 months old; price, $25. Warfield ••427. 4 DINING ROOM FURNITURE. 10-pleca, carved oak; slip covers, pads. $180; sofa, with slip covers, $80 WI. 6579. 5* DINING ROOM SET. mahogany, good con dition, $45; 3 summer rugs. Call EM. 1515. or WO. 0167. —6 DINING ROOM SUITE, unpolished oak. table baa 2 extra leaves, 6 chairs (1 arm:, china closet and buffet; $100. Gt 0537. —5 DINING ROOM SUITE, exceptional. Mar be seen by appointment only. Call KM. &G ROOM SUITE, 10-ne, mahogany. full size (Queen Anne); cost $800; sell $200. Phone FA. 1469. 7 to » p.m. —5 DINING ROOM SUITE, exquisite mahog. private home; must see to appreciate; tremendous bargain for immediate sals. Phone OR. 7935 after 7 -p.m., or all-day Ft’nday. —5 DINING ROOM SUITE (complete). Duncan Phyfe, mahog.. excel, cond , 7 mos. old; $275. Call Saturday, FA. 1811 or Sunday after 12-5. DINING ROOM SUITE. 10-piece, mahog : Duncan Fiiyle ext. table, 6 chairs, buffet china closet, server. OL. 7754. —5 DOLLS. DOLLS. DOLLS of all nations; old dolls and Christmas dolls. Bring your old doll to be repaired. THE DOLL S1UDIO. 707 12th st. n.w. DI. 2607. DOLL COLLECTION—300 foreign dolls In | perfect condition; valued at $2,000; sacrk I flee lor $1,(100. OL 9392. —5 DOORS, French, combination storm door* for 4-foot opening, hardwares included. Sligo 9382. -—5 DRAPERIES, 5 pairg. Interlined, woodroa* color, never used, sacrifice $8 pair: 3 pair* gold Interlined, practically new, $10 pair, a 1 71, yards long; also overstuffed living room chair, bargain. $76. MI. 6446, Apt. 413. _« DRAUGHT BEER PRESSURE PUMP, brand-new; *75. MR. LAWSON or MS. WYNNE, at 1336 Wls. ave. —5 DRILL FRESS, Craftsman with *,-h.n. motor, tood condition, l year old; price, $70. Call DU. 6353 after 9 a m. Addreaa 1437 Corcoran st. n.w. •—5 DRUGSTORE FIXTURES for sale. For • complete drugstore. Including thriving, floor cases. 12-stool, marble-front fountain, 6 tables and chairs, compressors and air conditioning equipment: priced reasonably: avail. Feb. 1. COLONIAL PHARMACY, 1113 loth st. n.w. —6 DRUM, snare, with cover and Hand, excel, condition, $.30. GE. 3230. —5 DRUMS, Ludwif, complete set. slightly used; will sell very cheap. FR. 0687 or TE. 4924. —5 ELEC. ROASTER, complete with broiler. Nesco. like new; best Christmas gift; S30. GE. 7819. _0 ELECTRIC TRAIN, electronic Lionel O gauge engine, cars, transmitter, $85. WI. StHip. —6 ELECTRIC TRAIN—American Flyer, la best condition WI. 21 HO. —5 ELECTRICAL FIXTURES and equipment and if you want to go into business will sell entirely or in part or supplies only; due to illness am selling out. BETHESDA ELECTRICAL CO., 4718 Bethesda »v«„ | Bethesda. Md. —8 ENCYCLOPEDIA. Americana, 1945, new, complete with six volumes, “The War'* and annuals. $126 or beat offer; also standard encyclopedia. >26. UN. 2078. ENCYLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA. late ?947 printing, de luxe binding, plus $25 book case; sacrifice. SH. 2202. —0 EQUIPMENT, complete, (or Carma Cara mel Crisp and popcorn, home-made candy, CARAMEL CRISP SHOP, 1450 N. Y. ave. n.w. Phone NA. 1002. —0 EVENING WRAP, lovely black velvet, full length, with ermine collar and hood; satin lining, worn once, $25. RA. 0279. —5 FLOOR MACHINE—Trade In your old floor machine on a new Porter-Cable. ED BEISLER. FR 7874. FLOOR SANDING MACHINE. 8-inch; ilka new; also edser. PL. 1107 —5 FILING CABINETS, 4-drawer, full auip.j letter or legal; S10-S12. D. C. SURPLUS SALES STORE. 006 Indiana ave. n.w. 8* FIREPLACE WOOD for sale. MR. TURNER. NO. 0878. —0 FREEZERS, International, ll-cu.-ft., $399; 15-cu-ft., $475; Wilson upright. 15-cu. ft., $475; 30-cu.-ft.. $720; Victor. lSti. $498; 20-cu.-ft., $045. MALONEY'S. INCL, 8120 Ga. ave.. Silver Spring. SH. 3330. FRIGIDAIRE. 7 cu. ft., excellent eondl-' tion; $65 or offer. Also Electrolux. 10S 2nd n.e.. FR. 9496. * FRIGIDAIRE. So cu. ft., suitable for florist or delicatessen; reasonable. Call FA. 5456. 5* FRIGIDAIRE 1947, 5 foot, used only • months. AT. 3469 —5 ERKilDAIRE — Frigidairc double oven range; steel kitchen cabinets; misc. turn- . Iture: mechanical tools, lumber, wire, motors. Call TO. 5023. —6 FULL DRE8S SUIT, man s. size 38. in ex cellent condition. Call AT. 7688 Saturday or Sunday. 6* FURS—Silver foxes. Alaskan seal *■« length, marmot iacket; aizes 14-16, good condition. Spruce 0397-J. —8 FURS, silver lox; dble. full lenxth. good cond.; $65 EM. 9324. —5 FURS. 4 jumbo Stone marten furs, per fect condition. Call AL. 1655. —4 FURS, two Canadian silver foxes, long length, good condition; $160 or best offer. Cal! CO. 2001 —6 FURS—Lovely silver fox jacket; cost $400. sacrifice $95; also beautiful velvet evening coat, large white fox collar and cuffs. ltkt new. >50. NO. 4252. —4 FURS, slae 14—Hudson teal coat. $75: caracul coat. *50: 2 silver fox scarfs. >100 for both. EM. 2933. —5 FURS—Everything in furs repaired, re styled, ready made and to order; sensible prices. MICHAELS FURS, 1829 K St. n.w ST. 5095 for est. Open eves, till 8 p.m. FUR COAT, black pony, size 14; $50. FA. 3086. —5 FUR COAT, dark brown Laskin mouton. long length, size 14, worn only 1 season, cost >30ti, sacrifice. $148. After 7 p.m., 2004 I st. n.w.. Apt. 5. —4 FUR COAT, silver lone muskrat, site 13, /. $40. OV. 4324. FUR COAT. Persian lamb, black, white mink trim, size 12-14, brand-new; moving to Fla . will sacrifice. CH. 1495. —5 * FUR COAT—Wild mink paw. custom made, size 14. long, full cut; excel, cond.. $325. TE. 6264. —5 FUR COAT, natural Canadian wild mink, size 14-16, new condition, will sell for $2,200. OR. 3107. —5 FUR COAT, black caracul lamb muff to match; size 14: practically new; $85. Also Phllco radio, cabinet model. $10. AD. 8860. FUR COAT, Persian Iamb, cost $1,000; excel, cond.; >300: eastern mink jacket, like new. $275. WO. 6932. ' —5 FUR COAT, seal, size 40. good cond.; too many coats, bargain. CH. 6806. Also fox neckpiece. 5* FUR COAT, Eastern wild mink, custom tai.ored. 79 beautifully matched skins, very slightly worn, size 14-16; cost $5,000, sacrifice $2,500. OL. 2248 —7 FUR JACKET, silver fox; Fromm; perf. C'nd.: $7 ’5. NO. 8030. —4 FUR JACKET, silver fox, new; sacrifice at V. nrlce. AT. 7830. —5 FURNISHINGS—Solid mahogany, round dining rm. table. 2 extra leaves, bargain at $35; twin-sized quilted chintz bed spreads. $7.50 pair; gas range, good con dition. $15; bureau, >5; other itema. WI. 8099. —5 FURN.—H-room house, mahogany. Will sell or trade for a trailer, like new condi tion. ALex 1822. —5 FURN.—Liv. rm.. dinette, sofa Bed. 2 mo«. old; ah must p.o immediately. No reason able offer refused. TU. 4626. —' FURN. — Club sofa and matching chain, very good condition; $75. Kenmore 6578. ■.5 FURNITURE—Liv. rm. suite, consisting of couch, lounge chair and lady s chair. 2 end tables, cocktail table and lamps; very reasonable. Call DU. 1679 or see at 1531 Montana ave. n.e. —5 FURNITURE—Library table, mahogany, good condition, sue 54 inches by 30 Inches. Phone AD. 0186 5* FURNITURE, mlsc Items—Desk. rug. sweeper, bed. springs, etc. Phone DE. 6248. —4 FURNITURE—Most of furnishings for 1 bcdrm ant.; bedrm. and dinette set, radio and miscel. items. Moving before 15th. GL. 0715. —5 FURNITURE—3-piece living room suite, slip covers, good condition; also one 9x12 summer rug and 2 smaller rugs. 812 Jef ferson st. n.w.. Apt. 307. —5 FURNITURE (maple), complete for 2 rm. apt . including piano, linens and kitchen ware: priced for quick sale. Call NA. 3120, Ext. 866 days or DI. 0725 eves —5 FURNITURE—Leaving city. Entire fur nishines irom one-room apartment for sale. Cal! Un*on 0340 after 0. 4* FURNITURE—Complete bedrm. and liv. rm. suites dinette set, various other pcs.; ail excel, cond GE. 4854. —5 FURNITURE—Dining room set, 10-piecg walnut veneer. Owner moving. Must sell. GE. 0518. —4 FURNITURE—A house full, sofa-bed. end tables, bedroom, dining room, chair and ottoman, lamps. 2137 North Pollard st., Arl.. Va. , 5 FURNITURE—Din. rm. )r. size Duncan Phyfe; liv. rm. set. 2 pcs.; small mahogany upright piano with bench. WI. 3298. FURNITURE—Sacrifice, leaving city: Sim mons davenport couch, opens to double bed. solid maple frame, blanket compartment; solid maple end table, walnut occasional chair, kitchen table and 2 chairs, fiber rocker, wardrobe trunk, maple knee-hole desk, singe beds, new Army cot. S)xl2 rug, green; vacuum cleaner, ironing board, dishes, cooking utensils. 6' step ladder. STOCKMAN, Apt. 6-B. 126 Webster n t. FURNITURE 6 rooms; double and twin beds, chest of drawers, 9-pc. dining set, 84-in. sofa, chairs, GE washing machine, vacuum cleaner. 8-fi. GE ce^eigerator. boy’s bicycle; reasonable. Phone EM. -U6. FURNITURE—1 overstuffed chair. 820; 1 folding cot with mattress. $10._^H. FURNITURE—Single Hollywood bed, Ia.ze bleached rnahog. dresser and mirror, maoie c!,es(; reasnable. Sligo 4351. -—o IURNITUFE—3 chairs, overstuffed; daven port. opens to double bed; 3 end tables. 3 straight chairs. 2 (win beds, spring and mattress: 2 ^gateleg tables CO 257® FURNITURE—Duplex daybed for sale, also 3 pillows and couch cover, very good con dition NA. 968*3. Apt. 600. FURNITURE—Vanity, kidney shaped, mlrw for top and skirt: maple bookshelf mirror, hurricane lamps, kit. utensils, lawn mower, etc. VI- 9393_- . (Continued on Next Page)