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GEM STONES REMOUNTED BENCKM^N L 808 17th St. N.W. Neor H . _AD VERTI SEMENT._ "Things Are Natural Now!” "For over 15 years constipation had me down. Now, ever since I started eating Kellogg’s all-bran daily, things are natural—and what relief that is.”—Miss Hazel Rufsnyder, Pottstown, Pa. 1 If your diet j lacks bulk for nor mal elimination, this delicious cereal will supply it. Eat an ounce every day in milk—and drink plenty of water. If not satisfied after 10 days, send empty carton to Kellogg Co., Battle Creek, Mich., and get double your money back. Citizen's Role in War To Be Theme of Talks During Security Week Mr. Private Citizen will learn during National Security Week, February 12-22, just what will be expected of him If another war comes. Across the Nation, at least 10, 000 speeches will be made by ex perts selected by 1,500 chapters of the Reserve Officers’ Associa tion, sponsor of the week. In Washington the speakers will appear before school, xivic and business groups. Head of the speakers’ bureau is Oliver Gasch, assistant coporation counsel and a member of ROA. Veterans to Speak. Among the speakers he has selected are veterans who took part in the last war’s critical stages, including some who made the “death march” on Bataan WHAT’S WRONG WITH CIVIL SERVICE? PLENTY says U. S. Representative Edward H. Rees, writing in the Icurrent A merican Magazine. If you think there are shenani gans in private business, wait till you work for Uncle Sam. He reveals that bureaucrats have emasculated our Civil Service system. And that wide spread personal patronage, born during World W’ar II, now mocks the purpose of the origi nal act. Read how power-hungry bureau chiefs hire their own “temporary^ personnel—and waste an estimated $25,000,000 a year of your tax money! How promotions depend on “pull,” not competitive merit! How veterans are kept out of jobs supposedly held open for them! And learn why the morale and effi ciency of government career men is drag ging on bottom! Read the February American Magazine, now on sale, to learn how this Congressman would restore efficiency in Civil Service, eliminat ing the pretentious, elaborate and wasteful bureaus that infest it today. Read: If You Want A Government Job by Edward H. Rees, U. S. Representative from Kansas IN THE FEBRUARY AMERICAN MAGAZINE and were at Pearl Harbor when it was attacked. * “They will help bring home to the people the fact that every war in which this country has engaged has been fought and won by people who were civilians be fore and after they put on uni forms,” Mr. Gasch said. National Security Week was established in 1920 to keep the United States “eternally vigilant” and to inform citizens of the state of national preparedness. Other Activities. In addition to speeches, there will be essay contests, displays and exhibits, military contests and social events. Among the latter will be the traditional Washing ton’s Birthday Military Ball at the Army-Navy Country Club, Arling ton, which will honor Maj. Gen. Harry H. Vaughan, military aide to President Truman. Mr. Truman, himself a Reserve officer, may appear on a national radio hookup for a brief talk. — -k..... Trade Group Leaders Asked To Aid Traffic Safety Drive Washington Area trade asso ciation leaders are being enlisted in the current traffic safety drive. Col. Alvin B. Barber, chairman of the Washington Board of Trade’s Traffic Committee, announced to day. It is known as “Operations Safety” and has as its February slogan, “Drive Slow in Sleet and Snow” Col. Barber's group recently met with Maryland and Virginia trade representatives, who voted to join the campaign. This drive is de signed to reduce traffic accidents FLOOR SERVICE OLD AND NEW FLOORS . SANDED AND FINISHED CLEANING—WAXING . BRUCE FINISHES Flooring Contractors, Inc. 1812 Wit Art. N.W. NO. 8218 Here’s What Everyone Should'Know about PROFESSIONAL HAIR TREATMENTS (Hopeless Cases Not Accepted) R. W. FARRELL National Staff Trichologitt What Are These Treatments? Briefly, Hoir Experts' treatments are a scientific combination of ultraviolet lamp therapy, special laboratory-created formulae, exclusive germicidal applications, and professional massage ap plied scientifically at prescribed intervals. Treatments are pleasant ond relaxing, administered in private. How Long Before OBVIOUS Results? For most scalp-disorder cases, it usually takes about 4 weeks of concentrated treatments to rejuvenote the scolp—correct local disorders, purge out infectious germs, clear clogged passages overcome complex dandruff; ncrmolize excessive dryness or oiliness, and energize the scalp to support and maintain the growth of normal hoir. Persons. treated for thinning hoir first see actual replacement hairs within about two months and are well on the way to abundantly thicher hair within a few months. How Much Do Treatments Cost? Rates are reasonable. Because of the huge volume of business we control, our rotes ore $5.00 for each treatment. Also, more rapid results induced by our exclusive Vigo-liquid make treatments unusually fast ond effective, and much more economical. Why Do Professional People Prefer Hair Experts? Because, BASED ON ACTUAL RESULTS, our treatments have proved more effective. We number among our clientele bankers, members of the clergy, lawyers, nurses, professional athletes, and many public officials. Treatments IN TIME Save Money— Save HAIR! Most bald people could have saved their hair and their looks had they acted in time! Once you notice symptoms of wook or thin hoir, act immediately before fatal follicle shrinkage mokes restora tive treatments imposible. Come in IMMEDIATELY for a free, privote consultation and complete examination. Relax under our pleasant, professional care, and get ready to enjoy thicker, virile hair within a few months. Private Offices: Moderate Rates: No Examination Fccmbh @HAIR EXPERTS NA. 6081 Suite 1050, Shoreham Bldg., Corner 15th and H Sts. N.W. Open Daily 9 A.M. to 7 PM.—Saturdayt, 9 AM. to 3 PM. q OFFICES FROM COAST TO COAST and fatalities by stressing a sea sonal hazard. The National Safety Council is sponsoring the program over the nation. The District Commissioners’ Traffic Advisory Board asked the, Washington trade unit to under take the new project, Col. Barber said. Alexandria, Arlington, Prince Georges County, Bethesda, Ta koma Park and Silver Spring busi ness groups are being asked to take a leading part in the dUve in their communities. __! HOTEL CAIRO Large twin-bedded rooms. Run ning water. Immediate occu pancy till April 1. Double rooms $17.50 to $21 per week. Maid service in all rooms. lncfliire Manaocr'i Office HOTEL CAIRO 1615 Qua St. N.W. HO. 2104 Engineers to Hear Lovell Wheeler G. Lovell, associate di rector of research of the Ethyl Corp., Detroit, Mich., will talk on “Chemistry of Engine Combus tion” at a meeting of the Amer Asphalt Tile—Linoleum Residential • Commercial - Industrial “Save with Southern" on a guar anteed QUALITY installation. Free estimates. Repairs invited. 7 day—24 hr. service. Southern Floor Covering Co. OW. 8585 Eves., KE. 5950 ican Society of Mechanical Engi neers at 8 p.m. Thursday in the Potomac Electric Power Co. audi torium, Tenth and E streets N.W. C. G. Sloan St Co., Inc., Auctioneers ESTATE SALE Laffargue Baby Grand Piano, Chickering Medium Size Upright Piano, Household Furniture of Every Description, China, Glassware, Silverware, Bed and Table Linens, Jewelry, Chinese Art Objects, Oriental Rugs, Mirrors, Lamps, Radios, etc. At Public Auction At SLOAN'S 715 13th Street WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 9th AT 10 A. M, From the Estate of Male H. Williams, Male Francise Rawls. Executrix, Donald A. McCormick, Committee of Alexander G. Mosle and other source*. Also at 12:30 P.M. Diamond Lavoliere, Diamond Brooch, 5 Diamond Rings and Other Valuable Jewelry by order of Coleman Diamond, Attorney for the Executors, Estate of Mary E. Ailes. Now On View Term* Cash C. G. Sloan At Co.. Inc., Auctioneer* Established 1881 Mates Early Morning Angels /f turns Bears into Dears...its a wonderful, wonderful spirit-lifting success Yes, it’s "angel-making”—this won derful new Chase & Sanborn blend!' “What’s in it?” people askl The answer is Selecciones (pronounced Mieck-see-o-nayi). That’s the Spanish for •elected...some coffees selected mainly for perfecting body ... others selected mainly for perfecting flavor. The flavor eoLees in this heavenly new blend are hand-selected 1-2-three times! 1. Hand-selected from shade-grown, pedi greed trees. 2. 'Hand-selected at the peak of ripeness. 3. Hand-selected before and after curing. No wonder it’s so delicious. Try it! If you don’t think it’s the best coffee you ever tasted, just send us the unused portion and we’ll give you double your money back. Get your pound today! (It’s vacuum packed, of course.) And long live your houseful of early morning angels! Products of Ifoodord Irond* Ineorporatud, 595 Madiion Avo, N.Y. C. d d/VetvSecret B/ef><f —"Se&ccioKM'’ Why Is It The Star Prints More Classified Ads Than All Other Washington Papers Combined ? Classified Ad Rates i Local Advertiser* Three Line* (Minimum) 1 or 2 times, 35c per line per insertion. * to 6 times consecutively, 32c per line per Insertion. 7 times or longer, consecutively, 30c per line per Insertion. Advertisements under Special Notices, and Personal, 5c per line additional. Advertisements of New Auto mobiles, 50c per line, 4-line minimum. OUT-OF-TOWN RATE Four Lines (Minimum) Flat rate per line... -50c Out-of-town Rate is charged on all advertising 35 miles or more from Washington. Classified Advertising Office Hours Leave your ads at the Business Office, 11th and Pennsylvania avenue, open 8 am. to 11 p.m., or at any of the Branch Offices throughout the city. Telephone Hours: 8 am. to 9 p.m. Saturday, 8 a.m. to 2 pm. Sunday, 11 aim. to 9 p.m. Lost and Found Advertise ments on Page A-3. _--- ■ '■= I SPECIAL NOTICES SECRETARIAT—Let us collect your bills (monthly contracts—bad debts), personnel resume—selected mailing list. Be your secretary or vour secretary's secretary. Ease routine office loads. Typing (com mercial. documentary, and legal), mimeographing, addressing, tele phone dictation, advertising (news paper and radio). BE CLEARING HOUSE FOR BUSINES8 AND COM MERCE. Secretariat, CH. 6314. TAX RETURNS carefully prepared any time hy appT; 25 yrs. exnr.; reas. A. R. HESTER, DU. _4644. MR. BUSINESSMAN, do you need a good office manager-accountant? We specialise In this type of personnel. T^MTUGR^SCYpre?fred67Sr' former Govt, tax agent and accountant; most reasonable. 334 Bond Bulld I*WILL7NOT9BE RESPONSIBLE for any debts other than those con tracted by myself. JOSEPH C. BEEDLE. 4220 7th st. n.w., Wash., D C. 7 I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE for any debts unless contracted by myself. PAUL E. BIONDI. 1427 Good Hope rd. ».e„ Washington. DC 7* BOOKKEEPING -TAX SERVICE — Books kept, tax returns prepared; reas. HORGAN. GL. 4400, Ext. 202. 12* ALWAYS MAKE A IT A RULE to see BUELL for carburetlon and ignition. 811 10th st. n.w.. ME. 5777. INCOME TAX, bookkeeping service for lndiv. and small businesses. 7 to 7. AD. K244. JACK PEARSON. —12 CAS WATER HEATERS. 20, 30, 40 gal., automatic: no cash needed; small mo. payment; Immediate in stal. THOMPSON & STANSBURY CO., INC.. LI. 3029. FAY N. LAY has purchased Mr. James Puns Sung's laundry, located at 1910 1st st. n.w., Washington, D. C., and on and after February 7, 1949. I. Fay N. Lay will not be responsible for any debts contracted or any one other than myself. —8 ACCOtJNTANT-TAX CONSULTANTS —Income taxes prepared, books •tralghtened out. kept part time; yeas, prompt, established over 15 mart. ERVIN HOHENSEE CO.. 1833 Conn. »ve, n.w., AD. 6000. —10 SPECIAL NOTICES (Cont.) I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE for any debts unless contracted by my self. ROLAND R. LOVELESS. 245.3 Wls. ave n w —7 NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING—The annual meeting of the Goodwill In dustries of Washington. D. C.. a corporation under the laws of the District of Columbia will be held Monday, February 21st. 1949. at 12:.'iu pm. in Barker Hall, YWCA. 17th and K streets n.w.. for the purpose of electing trustees of the corporation for the term or terms prescribed by such laws and for the transaction of any other business which may lawfully come before it or be submitted to such a meeting. By.direction of the trustees, BEULAH J DRAKE, secretary, this 7th day of February. 1949. CROWN DRUG STORE 2201 4th Street N.E. Is a Star Want-Ad Branch Agency Other Branches conveni ently located throughout the City for the accept ance of Classified Ad vertising, HELP MEN ACCOUNTANT - BOOKKEEPER, full time. Derm.: age 27 to 35, leading to office and credit manager and general assistant; pvt. wholesale business; SVi-day wk. State salary required and exper.; refs, required. Box 239-S. Star. —8 ACCOUNTANT TEACHER at local college, part-time employment for evening classes twice per week. Re ply in writing, telling name. age. business and residence addresses | and telephone numbers, education. ! degrees, working and teaching ex- i perlence. Well-qualified applicants will be Invited to call and interview I the dean. Box 98-G. Star. —7 ADJUSTER - INVESTIGATOR. 23-30. single, with car: national organiza tion has opening for alert man who wishes to make a career In the small loan field. This "Job” leads to executive position; salary and i liberal car allowance; Interesting ] work and a real future for individ ual willing to work for it. Mr.! April. AETNA FINANCE CO,. 7928 Ga. ave., Silver Spring, Md. ASPHALT TILE MECHANIC, expe rienced; steady work. Apply 3021 Georgia ave. —8 ASSISTANT In office of l«e. furniture store; exc. opportunity for young man to learn credit and collection work; good salary, hospitalization and paid vacation. Apply In person, Mr. Humphrey. HOUSE & HERR MANN FURNITURE CO., 901 7th AUTO BODY AND FENDER MANTex perlenced: good working conditions and salary. Come at once Apply In person, HERSON'S AUTO * AP PLIANCE CO., 714.0 st. n.w. —7 AUTO BODY MAN—Wonderful oppor tunity for good, sober and steady worker; must be lst-class body man. See Mr. Frlel, FRANK SMALL. Jr.. INC., 215 Pa. ave. s.e., TR. 8247. —8 AUTO CARBURETOR ar.d ignition man: must be thoroughly experi enced and reliable. Apply BUELL'S SERVICE. 811 10th st. n.w. —12 AUTO GLAS8 INSTALLERS (21. with followings; salary. $75 to $100 wk.. 512 drys. STANDARD AUTO GLASS, RE 5877. —S AUTO MECHANIC, over 30: $85 wk.: S'2 days JACK KENNEDY MOTOR SALES. 7033 Nichols ave. s.e. -—7 AUTO MECHANICS HELPER; Chrys ler and Plymouth; 5-day week. Ap ply Mr. Scott. SID WELLBORN MOTORS. 8000 Ga. ave., Silver Spring. Md. •—8 AUTO PARTS MAN—Attractive pro position for the right man. To sell from automotive part* panel. Apply Mr. Keadle. MOORE-DAY MOTORS. INC., 4400 Conn. ave. n.w., OR. 6500. —7 BAKERS, all-round, large retail bak ery. Apply In person Monday. 2321 Nichols ave. a.e. —S BOY, white, as clerk-messenger In I liquor *hop. Box 210-T. Star. —7 When answering adver tisements addressed to Star boxes do NOT inclose original references, pho tographs or other papers of personal value. Adver tisers often fail to call for all replies addressed to a Star box number and this mail is destroyed if re maining over 10 days after final insertion of adver tisement. In order to protect its advertisers from receiving circular matter, it is ex pressly understood and agreed that all such mat ter will be withheld as far as possible by The Star. Only bona fide answers to advertisements addressed to box numbers in care of The Star will be delivered to advertisers on presenta tion of the box number ticket. HELP MEN (Cont.) BKPR.-OFFICE MGR.—Excellent op portunity for person with complete knowledge of double entry bookkeep ing; pleasant working conditions. In a long established Washington mer cantile business; starting salary ap* prox. $;i.0(iu per annum. Reply stating age and experience, to Box 458-S Star _7 BUTCHER WANTED — Experienced, sober, reliable EMERSON SUPER MARKET. 1200 13th st. n.w. —D CABINETMAKER, union, skilled wood worker: opp. for adv. See VICTOR ESENSTAD at 415 7th st. n.w. —12 CASHIER CHECKER, exper Apply before 10 a m. McREYNOLDS SU PER MARKET, 1737 G st. n.w. —8 CLERK-TYPIST, young man to assist our credit manager; good salary and working conditions. See Mr. Soyars. A. P. WOODSON CO., 1313 H st. n w. —7 CLERK-TYPIST, capable, sober man. 25-35; automotive work; steady em ployment; 44-hr. week, vacation; good pay; driver's permit needed. Apply garage, CHESTNUT FARMS DAIRY 3241 Prospect ave. n.w.—8 COLLECTOR-SALESMAN to service estab. insurance route In Washing ton; good pay. excellent oportunity for advancement. ME. 5300. 8* COLLECTOR-SALESMEN (2). experi enced In route collection and selling; good opportunity: must have car. Apply 630 N. Y. ave. n.w. after 10 a.m. —7 COUNTER MAN. white, experienced and reliable: excellent salary; no Sunday work. Apply In person. MARINER RESTAURANT, 7m 2 Wts ave. —7 DRIVERS wanted for Diamond caba. New and used cabs avail. Reas rental rates. Must have Identifica tion card Apply Diamond lot. 101 M st. n.e. see MELVIN HERRIMAN DRIVER-SALESMAN, desirable posi tion open for laundry-dry cleaning routeman. good pay and future with old established company; applicants ! must be bet. 25-45 yrs of age. healthy and willing to work. Ask for Mr. Harpe-. jr„ BANNER LAUNDRY, KOI Oronoco st.. Alex., I Va.. ALex 0203. —8 | DRIVER wanted for dry cleaning plant, salary against commission. D C. or Va. residence, exper. only. | Call Incleside 20-J-2. —0 iDRUG CLERK, exper.. with local ref erences: perm, position; good salary. Applv af once. DAY DRUG STORE, 1418 14th st. n.w. —8 DRUG PRICER, exper. not required but must be familiar with drug merchandise and nomenclature; 5 dav. 40-hr. wk.: good pay, excellent work, conditions, vacations with pav Apply to PEOPLES DRUG 8TORE. INC., empl. office, 77 P st. n.e. —10 ELEVATOR OPERATOR, colored, for office building; experience required, permanent, good salary. 40-hour week Apply in person to personnel office. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY, 3rd and R Sts n.e., be-1 tween 8 x.m. end 3:30 p.m, —11 HELP MEN! GAS STATION ATTENDANT, expert-! enced, courteous, ambitious and re liable. Apply 2507 Bladensburg rd n.e. between 9 and 5. —9 INSTALLMENT MAN for outside, thoroughly experienced; must have car, references, excellent pay. Ap ply by letter only to M. STURGEON, 023 7th st. n.w. —13 INVESTIGATOR—Financial institu tion desires ambitious young man, age 25-40 for attractive perm. pos. with splendid oppor. for advance ment. Must be able to drive car and meet public. Car furnished if net* ; excel, salary to start. Ap ply at 7902 Georgia ave. —9 JANITOR, colored, experienced, for large apt bldg.; references required; quarters furnished. Call NA. 1921. —12 JANITOR, far Catholic school, ex perienced. reliable, references; sal ary $50 for 40-hr. week, overtime i extra. Box 330-M. 8tar. —7 JANITOR, colored, for an apt. house Must have 5th class license. Non-' drinker, no children. EM. 68(mi. : — 13 KITCHEN MAN. colored, must be experienced making sandwiches, help on ranee during dinner and washing glasses; hours 0 p.rn. to 2 a m.; Hoc per hr. good meals. Apply in per son between 1 and 4 p m. UPTOWN RESTAURANT, 3433 Conn. ave. n.w. .—s LABOR, construction (colored); Ed mondson rd.. Hamilton street. East I Riverdale. Md. See MR. COLE. —71 MAX, colored, sober, for night work; must understand Iron Fireman stoker and switchboard; hours. 9 p.m to 7 a.m. Call res. mgr., CO. 2025 —7 MANAGER S OFFICE ASSISTANT. 25 40, exp In small loans business or other credit line; resp position for Individual of merit; starting salary to $4,000; assured future with a national organization; this Is an unusual opport. for an ambitious man. AETNA FINANCE CO., 7028 Ga. ave.. Mr. April. ■—8 MANUFACTURERS AGENTS, wagon jobbers, home furnishings dealers, wanted sell unpainted furniture. Appointment, LI. 0400, MR. LUK ENS. 7* MAN. 22-45. good education and ap pearance. able to meet public; previ ous retail or sales experience helpful but not necessary: start about $60 week: rapid increases. Aoply 10 am.-3 p,m„ Rm. 205, 1427 Eye st. n.w. —8 MAN to care for elderly man. 5 days a week; call HO. 3280. Ext. 508 after 0 p in. —0 MAN. young, white, work in auto brake shop: must be mechanically inclined and alert. 903 N st. n.w. —8 MAN. colored, exper. grocery-driver: good working conditions and salary. HO. 9329. —8 MAN. young, between 18 and 21, to work in large real estate office; must have high school education or equiv alent. This la a splendid opportunity to learn the real estate business: prefer one who lives at home and is willing to work for a modest com pensation while learning; salary, $1,600 a year to start. In reply state age. education, experience. If any, and any other helpful information. Box 282-T, Star. —10 MAN to assist In managing service dept., retail tire store: excellent salary and working conditions. See MR. CARROLL. 3446 14th st. n.w. MAN, colored, age 40 to 55 yrs . to help In laundry plant; one willing to work: steady work. See Mr. Van Horn, WASHINGTON LAUNDRY, 2027 K st. n.w —7 MAN WANTED ior used car lot; must be experienced and have driver's permit. 2134 K st. n.w. No phone calls. MEAT CUTTER, experienced, AR MOUR fi CO, Apply In person, Mr. WALSH. 501 12th st. s.w. —8 MEN, white, for work in stockroom, large magazine distributor. 5-day week. Apply 1121 5th st, n.w. MULTIGRAFH OPERATOR to operate multigraph and assist in mailroom: experienced preferred. See Mr Nokes, THE STANDARD PRESS. 920 L st. n.w. —8 OIL BURNER MECHANIC, experi enced on all types domestic burners: 40-hour week, time and half over time and car alowance; must furnish own transportation. Also have open ing for Installation mechanic who Is qualified electrician on_burner wiring. Apply SINCLAIR REFINING CO„ 401 Farracut ft. n.a. —8 _HELP MEN I PHARMACISTS, registered, 21-50 yrs of age: excel, salary. 48-hr. wk. of six 8-hoor davs; time and half for overtime; 6 holidays a year with | pay; large prescription business: ideal working condition*; excel chance for advancement, with high er pay; one wk. vacation with pay after 1 yr.. 2 wks. after 2 years; sick leave after 1 yr.: In surance and hospitalization avail able after 3 mos.' employment, including $3,000 life and accidental death insurance: $40 wkly. disabil ity pay for 1.3 wks.; S4 dally hos pital oay for 70 days, plus payment for certain operation and miscel laneous costs. Retirement plan available for those over 30 with 2 yrs.' service. Apply to Mr C. B Aldrich. PEOPLES DRUG STORES INC., 77 P st. n.e . Washington D. C PHOTOGRAPHIC SALESPERSON for leading portrait studio, selling from proofs; no solicitation; this is an excellent opportunity for proper individual to achieve a substantial income; permanent. Box 333-M, Star —7 PHOTOGRAPHER, candid camera man, thoroughly experienced only, must understand publicity work, for exclusive West Va. resort hotel studio; excellent opportunity; per manent year-round work. Box 333-M. Star. —7 PIE BAKER, white, top salary, paid. 5-day week, time and half for over 40 hrs.. give full qualifications and previous experience. Box 480-S. Star. —7 PIN SETTERS wanted to set pins in oRe of Washington's busiest bowling alleys. We will teach you If you are net experienced. Please apply before 5 p.m. if possible. SPILLWAY, 2004 Nichols ave. s.e. —9 PORTER—Nice working conditions Must have good references. Apply rear entrance, BRUCE HUNT. INC., 813 14lh st. n.w. —12 PRINTER, all-around man: car es sential for transportation. RE. 3149. ntOMOTiON men ana drivers ror large magazine distributor; perma nent position, 5-aay week. Apply 1121 5th st. n.w. -—12 RADIO REPAIRMAN. GI apprentice, must have some practical exper.; do not phone. CLEVELAND PARK RADIO. .'1510 Conn. ave. —7 REAL ESTATE SALESMAN) good op portunity; car essential. Call Mr. Casamaze. ST. 11 fit. MONTGOMERY INVESTMENT & INSURANCE CO., 1025 Vermont ave. n.w. —11 REAL ESTATE SALESMAN — We have room for 1 good experi enced operator Everything fur nished. including listings, prospects, adveitlsing and strong closing as sistance See MR. DIXON at 1022 17th st. n.w., or call ST. 7200 for appointment. —S REAL ESTATE SALESMEN (21. Have opening for ambitious men with car to learn real estate. Must be willing to work; with good character ref erences SL. .376, Mr. Bowers. SUBURBAN INVESTMENT CO. —7 ROUTEMAN, dry cleaning; own truck preferred with established route. Wonderful opportunity for man able to bring in about $300 work. Sal ary and commission. Modern plant. Excellent dry cleaning. With com mission on weaving, zippers, shirt repair See Mr. Diamond. NEEDLE CRAFT. 1769 Columbia rd. —8 SALESMAN with car to train locally for permanent position with large manufacturing company; will con sider inexperienced man who is will ing worker; man accepted will work under direct supervision of man ager. not canvassing; earnings while training about $100 weekly. Apply to 2048 West Virginia ave. n.e.. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. —8 SALESMAN to operate established ooffee route: salary and commis sion; car furnished, expenses paid. See MR. GUNN. 1100 Mt. Olivet rd. n.e . before 0 a.m. —8 SALESMAN—Sold books, education or intangibles successfully? Then in vestigate this unusual, big-money educational deal. Perfect leads by appointments. Phone ST. 4774 day, EM. 2032 night. SALESMAN. With chr, for Continental Diamond Craft cookware; newest postwar permanent molded cooking and table service equipment; not canvassing: all sales by appoint ment; not sold in stores; permanent position with large company: im mediate delivery on all sales, several men now earning over $BOO month ly. Phone LI. 7916. MERIT METAL CRAFT CORP. ask lor Mr. Curtiz. HELP MEN SALESMAN with car; approximate earnings $100 weekly, plus expense and car bonus. Apply 10 a m. to 1 p.m , 2511 Bladensburg rd. n.e. SALESMEN—Two orders m wk. get you $80. Many of our men have two to four orders In a single day; field and oflce training given new men. Apply MR. MURRAY, Rm. 310. j Ring Bldg. —P j SALESMEN for hardware dept.; 40-hr.' week, excellent starting salary, com pany benefits. Apply SEARS. ROE BUCK & CO., 5928 Georgia ave. n.w. —s SALESMEN <3>. colored, no experi ence necessary, we will train you; must be neat and aggressive; extra bonus to men with cars. Apply 630 N. Y. ave. n.w. —7 SANDWICH AND COUNTER MAN. ex per . refs required. BASSIN’S GRILL. 7418 Wisconsin ave . WI. 9718. —7 SERVICE MANAGER wanted for, automobile business. New car deal er. Salary arranged. 1 1 mi. from Washington. Box 314-S. star. —11 SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT, part time: 5-19 p.m., must be exper ienced in lubrication and tire re pairing: 75c per hr. Apply after 7 p.m. MURPHYS ESSO STATION. Ncrth Capitol and Florida ave. SHOEMAKER for repair shop im mediately. Telephone Gaithersburg 382-JX. —7 , SHOE SALEiMAN, must be exper.. salary, commission, permanent posi tion. Apply manager, QUEEN QUAL ITY BOOT SHOP, INC., 1221 F st. n.w. SHOP FOREMAN, now making at least $85 per week, not afraid of long hours, capable of making re pairs when necessary to small in dustrial plant machinery, may qualify for Job in town paying more. Will not contact present employer before interview. Our employes know of this ad. State experience and qualifications. Box 392-S. Star . —7 SODA FOUNTAIN nr.Lr wantea. man, white: 70c hr. to start, good working conditions, good hours. Apply LIBBY'S CANDY A GIFTS. 7051 Old Georgetown rd., Bethesda, Md. —17 STUDENTS graduating in Feb , large national concern now selecting wide awake. ambitious young men over 22 yrs. of age to go Into regular training for perm, positions on sales staff. You will earn as you learn and be given every encouragement to advance. Exper. not necessary. For personal interview, apply man ager. Rm. 310, Ring Bldg., isth and M sts. n.v. —9 TELEVISION SERVICEMEN! earn top wages: reg.. eves., and week ends. SCOTT'S. GL. 9096 after 6. —7 TIRE REGROOVER, exp.. Inside wrk Truck tires. Si : passenger tires. 50c. BEN HUNDLEY. 3446 14th St. h.W. TRUCK DRIVER for wholesale laun dry. must be reliable and exper . have driver's license and be able to stand bonding Investigation; good pay. CAPITAL LAUNDRY. 16 L st. s.w. —7 TRUCK DRIVER, white, must know city and suburbs, refs, reauired. AMERICAN TIRE CO., 1215 K st. n.e. AT. 1212. TYPIST to operate bookkeeping ma chine; permanent position. 5-day week. Apply THE WASHINGTON LOAN A TRUST CO., 9th and F sts. n w. —7 TYPIST and general office worker; good opportunity: give age and sal ary expected. Box 252-S. Star.—£ TYPIST, minimum 50 w.p.m.: full time Stork. C»ll EX. 1204 for .in terview. —< UPHOLSTERERS (21. exper. only Apply ALEXANDRIA A CO.. 340" R 1 ave.. Mt. Rainier. Md. —S YOUNG MAN for permanen, position in parts department of nationally known motor truck branch; 5 night t a week; excellent opportunity. Must be high school grad., have legible handwriting. Address Box 461_-S. S13 r —— i YOUNG MAN, pleasing personality, to learn finance business. Knowl edge of typing essential. Car help ful. Excellent future. GI training approved. Apply Room 1934 Woodward Building. —» YOUNG MAN as bacteriologist In large clinical laboratory; one with hospital experience preferred An swer giving educational Qualifica tions. experience and minimum be ginning salary. Box 90-8. Star. YOUNG MAN. for general office work: some knowledge of bookkeeping and typing preferred: Permanent pon jjiou; to Art., va. Box 241-M. HELP MEN YOlT!?G MAN, veteran preferred: good opportunity for advancement as I stock man in furniture store; only; young man. willing to work hard1 for a good future, need apply. See . MR. BRODER, 2643 14th st. n.w — R 1 YOUNG MAN, white, age 21-30. good personality, for clerical work in li-; cense dept.: tenwporary work for 2; mo. with possitmity of permanent employment if satisfactory; $150 month to start; 5-day, 40-hour wk Phone after Sun . 9 a m.-4 p m. ME. 4025. Ext. 205. —8 YOUNG MAN to learn the automotive business: pref. man with selling am bitions and willing to go ahead. MURPHY AUTO SUPPLY. 304 Car roll st. n.w. —7 YOUNG MAN, experienced in men's wear, good future for right man. Box 465-S. Star. —9 YOUNG MEN. 2 openings to estab lish themselves with one of Wash ington’s largest service concerns, rs salesmen to assist managers. Apply i main office. 027 E st. n.w. —7 j UNUSUAL OPENING for man with I executive qualifications, and the I ability to select and instruct men. 1 Knowledge of refrigeration pre ferred Salary and commission ba- , sis will provide earnings of more than $10,000 Der year for man who' can meet our rigid requirements. , Box 1S7-S. Star. —7 FLOORS — Floor sanders wanted.. Union card and tools needed. Ap- j ply 717 Kennedy st. n.w. Union; wages. —10 ALL-ROUND BAKER. nightwork; j large retail bakery. Apply in per son Monday, 2321 Nichols ave. ^s.e. ; THE RIGHT POSITION for the right; man; we are seeking services of a; few' high-grade men over 25, neat; appearance, good character, ambi-i tious. willing to work hard; do not; apply unless interested in a perma nent position; educational service specialty: contacts furnished; men chosen will be trained. Apply MR. BONE. 1200 18th si. n.w., mornings. 9 to 12 only.—9 j CLOTHING SALESMAN Required Immediately, splendid op portunity for clean young man. previous experience. Apply LOUIS AND DAN BROWN, Ltd., 812 14th; st. n.w. —8 ] Country Club Manager Experience and references necessary; salary terms can be worked out with right man. Box 87-G. Star. —7 Drug Representative Responsible manufacturer of a com plete line of pharmaceuticals- re quires man to contact retail drug trade, etc.: brokerage and bonus ba sis; no objection to nonconflicting lines. In reply state territories cov ered and give complete educational and business background Replies confidential. Write Box 70-T, Star. _7* ENGINEER Under 30; well-known, large organi sation offers excellent future to man with outstanding sales ability. Box 300-8. Star.—8 Furniture Refinisher Experienced, to do touch-up and burn ing in radio cabinets; must have car; excellent salary and ear allowance. Apply GEORGES RADIO, ’.’145 Queens Chapel rd. n.g._—13 HOTEL ROOM CLERK Experienced room clerk fsmilar handling cash and posting; transient hotel 300 rooms: steady position; good salary. State age and refer ences. Confidential. Box 23!*-M Star. —< Industrial Insurance Men The public demand for the famous White Cross plan makes it necessary j once again to enlarge our industrial department staff. We need 10 men to service our calls. All monthly industrial business. We supply you l with prospect leads, you are not charged with lapses; you can draw excellent comm, and bonus. Must have car. See Mr. Soper or Mr Redman. 1-5’ p m any day except Sat.. 1835 K at. n.w.. Rm. 102. PURCHASING AGENT With knowledge of estimating fora progressive construction company. Good salary. Give fuU_particular.. Addreg* Box SS3-T. Bt»r. —7 HELP MEN MEN WANTED—21 to 40 Are you interested in permanent, in teresting work? Investigate the op portunities offered by CAPITAL TRANSIT CO. as streetcar or bus' operators. Average earnings about, St>o weekly, with paid vacation, sick j leave, free transportation and pen-, sion system. No experience neces sary. We teach you and pay you while training. Apply now. 8:.20| am. to 12 noon. Monday through; Friday. Employment office. 0102 Ml st. n.w. <Take Routes 10-Rosslyn. i 2n-Cabin John. OO-Friendship Hsts. streetcars to door.i_—10 RADIO REPAIRMAN For bench work. Good salary. Call MR WILSON. ME 3500. —8 j SHOE SALESMEN Experienced, for our new Silver Spring store, opening soon: salary and gen erous commission plan. Apply JELLEFF’S 1214-1 220 F st.. n.w. f -—P YOUNG MEN Age 17-24: excellent opportunity to learn salesmanship while traveling 18 States with estab. circ. sales co : high earnings, comm., plus bonus: transp. paid. expenses ad\anced while learning. Apply MR. NER BONNE. Hotel Cairo. One at 10th n.w.. 10 am. to 2 p.m. Don’t phoney—8 The Hecht Co. Service Bldg. has immediate openings for furniture repairman, furniture finisher, wash ing machine or major appliance me chanic (experience, car preferred': generous company benefits and priv ileges. Apply personnel depart ment. THE HECHT CO. SERVICE BLDG.. 14ol Oakie 5t. n.e. (take Ivy City bus).—8 Wanted — Account Collector Salary, expenses and commission, must have car. no selling, knowledge of city necessary. Apply after 11:00 a m. 2144 P st. n.w . Tues.. Feb. 8th. 2nd floor. See MR. CHRISTIE. —8 HELP_MEN_AND WOMEN BILLING CLERK for Burroughs mi chines. exc. salary for exp. person Willing to teach anyone thoroughly exp. in office routine; pref. person in Arl. area. Box -84-L. Star, MARRIED COLPLE WANTED for stock farm in nearby Virginia; small modern tenant house; exper. with beef cattle and modern farm machin ery rcq.; furn. ref and other par ticulars. Box 1 o-V. Star. 8* COL'PLE for private home in n.w. section; live in: must be thoroughly experienced and have references; lovely Drd-floor room and bath; SHOO »per mo Call EM. 5134. —1 SALESMEN_ NATION’S oldest law book publisher has lytceptional opportunity selling new publications is Va and West Va. Applications considered only from salesmen betwetn ages U5 and 4(1 with successful selling experi ence. wishing make permanent con nection. Book selling experience un necessary. Training with pay. For personal interview write, stating age. education, selling experience, dependents, phone number Inquir ies strictly confidential. Box 80-T, Star. , —8 SALESMAN—Heating equipment, gas appliances. Have opening for qua. lflcd man. wholesale distributor to dealers, plumbers, contractors; car necessary: give experience, late photo. Drawing account against commission. Box 7ti-T. Star. —-in SALESMAN—Good opportunity for man visiting homes to sell decorative home furnishings; no samples need ed *FA -'I'lS: eves.. GL. 51 OH. —» REAL ESTATE SALESMAN, full time only. Apply between 111 and 1. J. NOBLE BOAZ. Realtor. 74L’4 Wis. ave. —“ . EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY in Washington and Maryland area for men who can qualify for nationally advertised Babee-Tenda safety chair. Must have car; leads fur nished; protected territory; previous selling experience not essential. For personal interview contact MR. ANDERSON or KIR. BLAKEMAN. Tuesday. Feb. 8. 1 to 4 pm - *t Burlington Hotel. 1120 Vermont •▼§. n.w. —7 SALESMEN (Cent.) AUTO SALESMAN, highly experienced. used cars, for well-established com pany; good salary and commission; plenty of nice, clean cars to sell at the lowest prices sn town; unusual opportunity and secure future. Ap ply !> a m. or after 6 pm.. A CTO WHOLESALERS, INC.. 1B1 Blw densburs rd. n.e > U. SSOO. AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN—Growing new-car dealer has loom for two new and used-car salesmen. Thla Is a good residential neighborhood and demands neat-appearing, friend ly. high-caliber men. Automobile experience desirable but not nec essary. Very attractive commie sion arrangement ARM8TRONO MOTORS, INC., 6603 Ga. ave. n.w. GE 4IT6. —8 .MIDWEST PACKING COMPANY la looking for a top-flight salesman to open and service Washington, D. C. territory with mixed beef and pork producls; promotional ability and knowledge of area marketing prob lems required; salary open. Send complete infohnation to P. O. Box ‘164. Grand Rapids 1. Mich. —8 SALESMAN—Special radio advertising can make $20 to $40 per day. Phone GL. .iSKo. —7 SALESMAN to call on established ac counts: prefer man with automotive experience; salary and commission. MURPHY AUTO SUPPLY, 304 Car roll st. n.w. —7 EXPERIENCED SALESMAN with fol lowing for a wholesale automotlva paint and body supplies and equip ment firm. Nationally accepted products. INTER-STATE AUTO FIN ISHERS. 2126 M St. n.w., ST. 3421. __—8 TRIPLE TRACK Storm windows; in times of stilt com petition you need something that "sells-'—something diflerent; wa have it in our triple track aluminum combination window; sensibly priced; 3 wks. delivery: backed by active advertising campaign: high commis sion; we train Inexperienced men. See Lou Tulman or Bill Grossman, at WEATHER-MASTER CO.. 310 Sheridan st. n.w., TA. 4201. —10 SALESMAN $5.OOO-up class. Career opportunity for right man; appointment selling only; we have more contracts than our present staff can cover, sup ported by radio and magazine pub licity. Draw e.gainst earned eom missioi.. ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITAN NICA Call Mr Magiil, RE. 0011, for executive interview._—12 SALESMEN Somewhere in this vicinity there Is • man whose efforts are worth big money but who at present Is being underpaid. I am interested In eueh a man. Our company now has In D c. and Va. a number of ealesmen who will earn from $0,000 to $12, oon this year. To the man who believes he is worth that kind of money we will grant an Interview. No investments necessary. Man selected must be of good aharacter, ambitious and have a car. Apply 10 am. at ELECTROLUX CORF 107 N. Fairfax st.. Alex., Va. —7 SALESMAN To aell dealer trade In Washington and vicinity for fast-growing Wash ington wholesale distributor of nationally advertised electrical ap pliances and homewares; car essen tial . Write stating Qualifications and reference. Box 180-8, Star. —7 ' SALESMAN.WANTED Experienced in automotive aupplie* and equipment; covering nearby Maryland and Virginia: car neces sary: drawing account against com mission State age. education and personal background: splendid op portunity for right man. Box 37-V, Star.___13 _ TELEVISION Salesmen wanted to represent In pro tected territories the finest tele vision set on the market. Main lea tures of set include twelve (12) square foot perfect picture free of glare, lumping or flickering of pic ture; direct rear projection, custom built. Minimum earnings should ex ceed $1,000 per month from start. Knowledge of television not essen tial. Seeking neat appearing man with personality and ability that are well known in their community. For Interview writ* Box *5p-T, Star. •*