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Little Aid Gained by $200,000
Spent by Majors in Last Draft
By th« Associated Pres*
NEW YORK, Aug. 4.—A sum
of $200,000 was shelled out by 11
major league teams to the minor
leagues in last winter’s player
drafts and with few exceptions
the big boys have little to show
for the outlay.
Of the 21 players drafted at
prices ranging from $7,500 to
$10,000, only 10 remain in the big
time.
The Chicago White Sox drafted
three players and have no kicks
coming. The Sox took hefty Max
Surkont from Rochester, Catcher
Don Wheeler from Minneapolis
and Infielder Gene Markland from
Milwaukee.
Surkont has been used almost
entirely as a relief pitcher andj
despite his 2-3 won-and-lost rec-|
ord has earned his keep for the
seventh-place Sox. Wheeler has
participated in 42 games and is j
hitting a creditable .289. Mark
land was sold to Buffalo for at,
least $10,000.
Grissom snows rromise.
The Detroit Tigers’ lone selec
tion, Pitcher Marv Grissom, also
has been employed chiefly in re
lief roles.
Outfielder Johnny Simmons,
drafted by Washington from
Montreal, has seen action only
occasionally and his mark is a weak
.189. Simmons, however, is listed
as an outstanding prospect.
Branch Rickey of Brooklyn offered
the Nats double the $10,000 they
paid his Montreal club to get
Simmons.
Herman Reich, outfielder-in
fielder, drafted by Cleveland from
Portland of the Pacific Coast
League, didn’t linger long in the
American League. He was ob
tained on waivers by Washington,
reclaimed by Cleveland and then
claimed by the Chicago Cubs,
■where he is doing quite well.
Reich has appeared in 42 games
for the Cubs and is hitting at a
.329 clip. However, he has driven
In only 10 runs on his 48 hits.
Catcher Homer Howell, drafted
by Cincinnati, also is proving he
was worth the 10 grand the Reds
forked over to San Francisco.
Howell has been in 35 games and j
is batting a satisfying .289.
The remaining four have seen
comparatively little action. Bud
Blattner, drafted by the Phila
delphia Phils from Jersey City, is
hitting .310, but he has played in
only 19 games. Catcher Ken Sil
vestri, drafted by the Phils from
Newark, is below .195.
Infielder Tod Davis, grabbed by
the Philadelphia Athletics from
Hollywood, has appeared in only
eight games and is batting .200.
Ed Sauer, drafted by the St.
Louis Cardinals from Los Angeles,
was sold to Pittsburgh and in turn
traded to Boston. Sauer has been
in 43 games, mostly as a pinch
hitter, and is hitting only .195.
The St. Louis Browns probably
suffered the biggest disappoint
ment in the draft. They drafted
Pitcher Bob Malloy, a 20-game
winner from Indianapolis, who
had previous major‘league trials
with Cincinnati and Pittsburgh.
Malloy was used infrequently as
a relief pitcher and finally re
quested to be farmed out for more
w'ork. The Browns shipped him
back to Indianapolis, where he
has found the going rough.
Walcott Disdains Use
Of Imported Referee
By the Associated Press
STOCKHOLM, Aug. 4.—"Jersey
Joe and myself believe fights are
fought by fighters—not referees,”
Joe Walcott's Manager Felix Boc
chicchio said today in a statement
issued in connection with Swedish
plans to import a “neutral” ref
eree for the bout between Jersey
Joe and Swedish champ Olle
Tandberg on August 14.
Jersey Joe and his manager said
they do not "feel an imported ref
eree from another country is
either necessary or called for in
any way. "We only suggest that
the Swedish boxing commission sit
down with the referee and both
managers and fighters before the
match so that all may understand
the rules and scoring thoroughly.”
Rudy York at Helm
UNION CITY, Tenn., Aug. 4
Up) —Rudy York, 37, former Bos
ton Red Sox slugger, will take;
over Friday as manager of the;
Union City Greyhounds of the
Kitty League. He succeeds Tonyj
Rensa.
COMISKEY AND FIANCEE—Charles Comiskey II, vice president
of the Chicago White Sox, and Miss Dona Jo Curran, whose
engagement will be announced formally Saturday, are shown
standing on garden wall at home of Miss Curran s parents in
Downer’s Grove, a suburb of Chicago. Miss Curran is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Curran. —AP Wirephoto.
Sports Mirror
By the Associated Pres*
Today a year ago—New York
Giants dropped day-night
doubleheader to St. Louis. 7-2,
VO. skidding to fourth place in
National League.
Three years ago—Skee Rie
gel, Glendale. Calif., won trans
Mississippi golf title, defeating
Charles Lind, Denver. 4 and 3.
Five years ago—Beau Jack
outpointed Bob Montgomery in
10 round war bond nontitle
bout at Madison Square Gar
den.
Ten years ago—Alice Marble
defeated Dorothy Workman
and Helen Jacobs ousted Mrs.
Sarah Palfrey Fabyan in Maid
stone tennis semifinals.
Fights Last Night
By th® Ajsociat®d Pr®$*
OAKLAND, Calif.—Ike Wil
liams, 140, Trenton, N. J., out
pointed Benny Walker, 143,
Oakland (10* (non-title).
SALT LAKE CITY. — Rex
Layne,» 190, Lewiston. Utah,
knocked out Buddy Thomas,
189, Washington, D. C. (2).
MONTREAL. — Laurent
Dauthville, 155 Vi. Paris, knocked
out Johnny Greco, 153 Vi.
Montreal (5).
NEW YORK (Jerome Stadi
um*.—Roy Carter, 151, New
York, knocked out Tommy
Varsos, 152, Milwaukee (3*.
PITTSBURGH — Juste Fon
taine, 139, Pittsburgh, knocked
out Sammy Mastrean, 143,
Pittsburgh (2).
Home Loan Backers
See Little Hope for
Approval in Congress
•y the Associated Press
.Senate backers ot a proposed
$1,000,000,000 Federal home-loan
program expressed doubt today
the plan will get beyond first base
at this session of Congress.
A bill to put the program into
effect got that far yesterday when
a Senate banking subcommittee
passed the measure on to the full
committee.
But a proponent rf the bill pre
dicted privately the full commit
tee probably will kill a section
which would authorize $1 000,000,
000 in direct loans to co-opera
tives and other nonprofit organi
zations.
The loans, intended lo spur con
struction of moderately priced
privately owned homes, would be
for 60 years at 3 per cent inter
est.
Senator Sparkman, Democrat,
of Alabama, sponsor of the bill,
indicated the direct loan pio
vision was forwarded to the full
committee with the understanding
there would be no further action
on it until the next session of
Congress. Those in favor of the
provision reportedly agreed that
it should be studied further.
Other sections of the Sparkman
bill generally were given a better
chance in the committee. They
include provision for increasing
the Federal Housing Administra
tion mortgage authorization on
economy-type homes. The mort
gage ceiling would be hiked from
the present $6,000 to $6,650 on
two-bedroom houses.
Under the proposed program, a
$7,000 house would require a $350 j
down payment. The mortgage
ceiling would be increased $950 j
for a three-bedroom place and;
another $950 for a four-bedroom
dwelling.
Hence, a three-bedroom house
selling at $8,000 would require
$400 down, while a $9,000 four
bedroom unit would require $450.
In all cases the mortgage would
be for 30 years.
Also proposed is a $300,000,000
40-year Federal loan program for
construction of dormitories and
faculty housing at educational in -1
stitutions. The interest rate would
be 2‘a per cent annually.
Farms in Puerto Rico have an
average size of 35.7 acres.
Ex-GI Gets His Pick of 300
After Advertising for Bride
fty the Associated Press
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., Aug. 4 —An
ex-soldier stepped up his romance;
today with the 18-year-old girl
friend he found through ^ news
paper want ad.
Charles Donaldson. 22, who
needed a bride in a hurry, hasn't
much time left until the wed
ding.
He met Miss Irene Krebs Tues
day night after she answered his
ad. Their marriage is set for
Saturday.
More than 300 applicants an
swered Donaldson's ad in the St.
Joseph News-Press. He chose
Irene.
Promotion and commotion have
swamped the couple since.
They’re going to have a public
wedding.
“I've signed a contract with a
manager to stage the wedding
Saturday night,” Donaldson said.
“I don’t know where it will be. We
can’t get the ball park or the mu
nicipal auditorium.”
Irene said she thought at first
the ad for a bride was just a joke.
"I telephoned about 5 o'clock
to find out what it was all about,” |
she said. “I don’t remember the
conversation. It was ail Kina oi
stuttery.
“We made a date to meet in a
drugstore. I didn't think, he'd be
there. After Id talked to him
for a while I didn’t know quite
what was happening. I wasn’t
surprised when he proposed.” i
Donaldson came home from the
service to find his old girl friends
had married or moved away.!
Orville Montimore, his partner in
a general contracting service,;
planned to be married Saturday;
so they decided to make it a double
wedding.
The response to Donaldson's
want ad was so great it caused an
overload on the telephone com
pany's dial system.
"Some of the girls thought it
was a gag and just wanted to get
in on it.” Donaldson said. “But a
i couple cried when I turned them
down.”
, He said he made dates to meet
about a half dozen of them at a
!drug store but not all at the same
time.
j “You want me to get hung at
sunrise?” he demanded.
Irene was the first of the girls
he met.
Steel Union Concludes
Case Before Truman's
Fact-Finding Board
ly th« Associated Pro**
NEW YORK, Aug. 4 —The CIO
Steelworkers concluded their case
for a wage boost and other bene
fits yesterday with arguments
that the companies should pay
the entire cost of pensions and
insurance.
This contention was answered
at once by an industry assertion
that only a plan of joint contri
butions by employers and em
ployes for financing insurance
benefits would be acceptable.
On pensions, the industry re
emphasized its position that these
are not a proper subject of bar
gaining this year.
After the union finished its five
days of testimony before a presi
dential fact-finding board, the
hearing was recessed until Thurs
day of next week.
The companies will start their
case on that day. After they
finish. j>oth sides will have a
chance for rebuttal. Chairman
Carroll R. Daugherty of the board
said he hoped the hearings woula
end by August 22 or 23. This
would give the panel a week be
fore the August 30 deadline to
prepare its report for President
Truman.
The board's recommendations
will be binding on the parties. But
the Government hopes they will
afford grounds for a settlement of i
the threatened strike in the basic
industry with its more than a
million workers.
A walkout was postponed for 60
days when Mr. Truman got the
' union and the 60-odd companies
to agree to the fact-finding pro
cedure.
I Scientific Charwomen
The charwomen who work at
the new Radiochemical Center of
the British Ministry <of Supply
at Amersham, England, now are
attending classes on radioactiv
ity. These cleaners have to know
how to recognize radioactive
dust, which might prove harmful
if simply swept up and disposed of
like normal dust.
D. C. Optometry Bill
Hearing Set Tomorrow
A Senate District Subcommittee,
headed by Senator Margaret Chase
Smith, Republican, of Maine, will
hold a public hearing at 8:15 a m.
tomorrow on the controversial
optometry regulation bill.
The House passed the measure
on June 13 after it was reported
that major groups had been satis
fied with changes made in an ear
lier measure.
New protests arose, however,
when the bill reached the Senate.
Action there was held up until
Mrs. Smith aranged for new hear
ings.
The House bill, while calling
for new standards in the licensing
and regulation of optometrists,
also would make it unlawful for
any optometrist or other person
to advertise the amount of his
fee, the prices of sight aids, the
terms of credit payments or any
discount or offer of free service
or any guarantee of satisfactory
service or eye aid devices.
It would not be unlawful, how
ever, for any one to advertise that
optometric services might be ob
tained on credit (if the terms were
not stated*.
District officials, spokesmen for
optometric groups and representa
tives of editorial associations, as
well as individual citizens are in
vited to appear.
Objections to the House bill
have been raised by both the
Washington Publishers’ Associa
tion, including the four major
Washington newspapers, and the
National Editorial Association.
Great Grandson of Victoria
Fined as Nazi Follower
Iy the Associated free*
BAMBERG. Gennady, Aug. 4.—
Carl Eduard von Sachsen-Co
jburg und Gotha, a great-grand
; son of Queen Victoria of England,
| yesterday was declared a Nazi
S follower by a Bamberg court of
appeal.
The 64-year-old Duke, who is
in a hospital, was tried in ab
sentia.
Under Hitler he was president
of the German Red Cross, hon
orary leader of the Storm Troops,
a high officer in the Nazi motor
and avition corps, Reichstag dep
uty until the end of the war and
'Nazi Party member after 1933.
Classified Ad Rates
Local Advertisers
Three Lines (Minimum)
1 or 2 times, 35c per line per
insertion. j
J to 6 times consecutively, 33c
per line per insertion.
7 times or longer consecutively j
31c per line per insertion. i
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)
Plat rate per line-50c
Out-of-town Rate is charged
on all advertising 35 miles or
more from Washington.
Claims for errors must be made in
time for correction before aecond ln
*eif“advertisement was prepaid, re
tain cash register receipt, which bears
a serial number with date and identi
fies your advertisement.
When canceling classified advertise
ments be sure to majte a note ol tne
cancellation number. This is im
portant in case your statement does
not show a credit for the cancella
tl0“' OFFICE HOURS
Daily. 8 a m. to 9 D.m.
Saturday, 8 a m. to 2 p.m.
Sunday, 11 a m. to 9 P m.
Leave your ads at the Business Office. .
11th and Pennsylvania ave., at any
of the Branch Offices throughout the j
*lty' “pHONF. STERLING hOOO._,
SPECIAL NOTICES
I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE for
any debts contracted by anyone
other than myself. KENNETH H.
HECKER, 1220 Taylor st. n.e. 4*
THIS IS TO certify that I am only
responsible for bill made by myself.
PHILLIP GOODWINE, 1103 Qth^st.
l“wiLL EOT BE RESPONSIBLE for
any debts other than those made
by myself in Person. ARTHUR
MONROE SCARBOROUGH, 4331
4th st. s e. . „ 2m
PEACHES—Lucknough Orchards. Ed
itor, Md. Golden East, tree-ripened,
freestone peaches. Just the ones you
have waited for. Drive out Coles
ville pike, 10Va mi. from cross light
In Sil. Spr. On sale at orchard,
riailv through August. ;—' .
CANNING PEACHES — Tree-ripened
Elbertas from famous pochards of
Virginia, $2.99 Per bushel. OPen
evenings and Sundays, SEVEN
NERS MARKET, Falls Church, V£:'
7 miles from Memorial bridge on Kt.
BO (Lee blvd.), at Intersection of
Leesburg pike. .
WE CLEAN,. dress, repair and make
toupees, wigs, braids MICHEE ,
227 Dupont Circle Bldg., MI. tmpo.
DRIVING INSTRUCTION—Dual-con
5S,af
--- —-I
Manor Park Pharmacy
6224 Third Street N.W.
Is a
Star Want-Ad
Branch Agency
Other Branches con
veniently located
throughout the city for
the acceptance of
Classified Advertising.
HELP-WANTED AGENCIES
CAPITOL HILL SECRETARY. Jr . un
der 26. S2-80°. very. Interesting of
fice. See Miss Lee. at BOYD S. (00
AOAMs'0 TEACHERS" AGENCY has
public school openings in: <1> chem
istry and physics; (2) home eco
nomics; (3) math.: <*) guidance.
<6) commercial; (6) librarian:. <(>
primary vrades^ Apply t'jSSLf.tP
the ADAMS TEACHERS AGENCY,
Colorado Bldg.. 14th and G Sts.__
~ADAMS TEACHERS’
AGENCY
Colorado Bldg.. 14th and G. RE. 3P38.
MUTUAL, 1710 G, NA. 0954
%fpw_Tnd eng., instruc., 3>4ou,
service repair, motors. exper., *50;
“ales »PPU Arl. res MS .nd c.m.
typ., under 28, coll., future, 5 aw,
$1 hr.: recrea. super., exper., ca.
WOME^ec. cap. Hill. *3.000;
ser legal, *55; sec., tech., *5o,
“at. trP *45; bkpr., *50;J|P.
335-S46._— 2—
NATL. EMPL. SERVICE
1708 G St. N.W.
MEN
^ughly1 exper1'startUS76S;hadjustment
college. Car^OMEN*
Secretary, legal, 6 days, $2,900-*3,
T»vt ^’«f»cretary. 5 days, $3,000.
^Si?k6rraisSets6nfdaysint*2eiS00-*2.flOO:
| Typist correspondent, 22-28 yrs„
1 *2,800; 3 mos., *2.800.
«..typ«oti5on,78>aVs:5|i.500.
Typist, dictaphone, 5 days, $45.
HELP MEN
anniBTER — Automobile insurance,
ace 2fi to 30, for perm, career posi
tion in company affiliated with Gen
«ra.l Motors. Good starting salary,
excel, opportunity for advancement.
Ability to deal with people and me
chanical background important.
Write MOTORS INSURANCE CORP-.
Transportation Bldg., stating quali
fications fully} —°
When answering advertisements \
addressed to Star boies do NOT
inclose original references, or
other materials or personal value.
Copies serve the purpose and
originals may get tost.
HELP MEN (Cont.)_
AGENTS, part time, sensational new
advertising knife; high earnings. Call
AX. 6005 for details.
ARMATURE HINDER must be ex
per. Preferably on automotive.
Good oppor. B. C. ARMATURE CO., !
221 H st. n.e. , ■—s „
AUTOMOBILE service salesman, man
experienced in diagnosing and sell
ing service for one of Washington s
oldest and largest Chrysler Corp.
dealers; excellent salary and com
mission arrangement; vacation, hos
pitalization and many other bene
fits. Box 451-T, Star. —8
AUTO BODY MAN, excel, conds., only
experienced need apply._See Mr.
Mahoney, ADDISON CHEV., 14 th
and Fla. av#S. n.w. —o
AUTO MECHANIC, excel, working
cond ; only exp. men need apply.
See Mr. Mahoney. ADDISON CHEV.,
14th and Fla aves. n.w. —o
AUTO MECHANICS. Cl). 1st class
Ford mechanics, top pay, ideal work
ing conds. Apply Mr Beck. IbOO
Duke St., Alex., Va. HERBY S, INC.
<Ford Dealer). , t —4
AUTO MECHANICS—Chevrolet exper
New modern bldg.; 6'/a-day wk„ va
Mr“° Gaarnerh°McMAHON CHEVRO
LET. 1240 Upshur st. n.w. —5
AUTO MECHANICS; new. clean shop
wi'h all modern equipment; 50-o0
pay; insurance, hospitalization and
other benefits. Call Mr Thompson,
MONROE FORD CO., Silver Spring.
Sligo 7800. —5
AUTO MECHANICS <31, must be ex
perienced, 30 to 40 yrs. old, straight
salary See Mr. Crowe at MONT
GOMERY STUBBS MOTOR CO..
1200 East-West hwy., Silver Spring.
! SH. 8040. _ . . . —7
AUTO POLISHER, with knowledge on
mechanics, must be thoroughly ex
perienced. See Mr. Reines, REINES
MOTOR CO., 1831 Wis. ave. n.w.
AUTO PORTER, experienced and
driver’s permit necessary. Good
salary if Qualified. JACK PRY
MOTORS, 16th and Penna. ave. s.c.
AUTO SALESMAN—Used cars, with
enough experience in values to 6e
trained to represent us as our used
car buyer: wonderful opportunity for
the right man. See Mr. Turner after
» a id.. AUTO WHOLESALERS. INC..
1731 Bladensburg rd. n.e.
AUTO TRIMMER, exp.: top salary in
town; steady. KLEIN’S, INC.. 1016
Hillen st„ Baltimore, Md. Phone
SA 4041 —8
BOOKKEEPER AND MANAGER, fuel
oil company; exper.; all replies con
fidential. Box 171-X. Star —6
BOOKKEEPER for accounts receiv
able department; typing and book
keeping experience required: oppor
tunity for advancement. STAND
ARD TIRE & BATTERY CO., 10th
and H sts. n.e. * *
BOYS, 18-22, free to travel, working
New England States and return;
high earnings, fine future for right
men; car furnished. See MR. J. S.
GRIFFITH. Burlington Hotel, 10-12
a.m or after i p.m. Don t phone
4*
BRICKLAYERS. Report on job at
Colesville rd. and Brewster ave. or
call CO. 6273. 1
BRICKLAYERS: must be mechaniea.
Apply at 12 Savannah pi. s.e or
ca” TOM after 6 P.m. RA.^HjiO.
BRICKLAYERS, white, S26 day; must
be good mech. Report to church lob
on Silver Hill rd., Suitland, Md.,
immediately.
BRICKLAYERS—1-year lob for ex
perienced mechanics. Come ready
to work. 4th and Cheaspeake s.e.,
right off S. Capitol. —7
BRICKLAYERS—Must be mechanics.
Apply 4505 Queensbury rd., off Bal
timore pike. Riverdale, Md. — 5
BRICKLAYERS—Must be mechanics.
*24 per dav. Report at 7:30 a m
to GEORGE NICHOLSON at 7328
Hampden lane, Greenwich Forest,
Ivf d —»
BRICK MASONS — 1%-year Job for
exper. mechanics. Bring tools to
Claremont Communities, 28th at. s.
and Leesburg pike, Arlington. OW.
7750. —A
BUTCHER, experienced, dependable
and sober; permanent job for right
man; refs. ELWOOD MARKET,
7712 Ga. ave. n.w. —*
BUTCHER, part-time, experienced,
clean, sober, willing to work; per
manent if satisfactory; retired
butcher considered. Pon t phone.
D C, S. 1432 Park rd. n.w. —5
BUTCHER with some grocery exper.
Apply 3020 Hamilton st., Hyatts
ville, Md. or call WA. 5002, ask for
MR. LUPO. t . —*
CARPENTER: must be experienced in
framing. MAXJISON MANOR. INC.,
Uth and North McKinley rd., Ar
lington. CH. 8420. —6
CARPENTERS, young men experienced
In Sheetrock application; steady
work, good wages. Phone OR. 3881
between 7-9 p.m.
CAR WASHER, fully exper.: must be
able to steam clean: top salary,
local refs. reo. No floaters. ESSO
SERVICE CENTER, North Capitol
and Florida avenue.
COLORED SALESMEN for outside
selling of household furnishings on
credit terms: good proposition for
man with car. HOMESTEAD FUR
NISHERS, 5615 14th st. n.w. —4
CONSTRUCTION FOREMAN for com
mercial building; experienced with
steel joists and concrete work. Box
61-V Star —4
COUNTER MEN. experience not ne
cessary: arply at once. GLEN
ECHO PARK RESTAURANT. —6
DRAFTSMAN INSTRUCTOR, topo
graphic. Experienced in topo. sta
tistical and other branches. Ideal
for retired Govt, draftsman. 6-hour
day, 5-day week. Good salary.
Write full particulars, including age
and salary expected. Box 401-V^Star.
DRIVER, white, for dry cleaning
store; willing to work hard and
steady to build UP present route
Strict commission basis. 735 13th
DRIVERS wanted for Diamond aabs,
new and used cars avail.: wai.
rental rates; must have identifica
tion card. Apply Diamond lgtjDll
M st. n.e.. see MELVIN HERRi
DRIVER-SALESMEN -- Alert, ambi
tious young man for established
b^veriBe routes; retail selliBE ex
perience helpful but not
Apply SEVEN-UP^ BOTTLING CO.,
1325 Kenilworth mt. n.t* —*
HELP MEN_
DRIVER—Eves., H to 10:30 and al
ternate Sun.; must know neighbor
hood, PETWORTH PHARMACY.
4201 Ga. ave. —IP
DRIVER SALESMAN, immed. opening;
established route: salary and com
mission. Apply in person. 4:30 to
7 p.m. KING KERLEY DRY CLEAN
ING. 400 blk. S. Wash, st., Palls
Church, <rear Safeway). —4
DRUG CLERK, exper.; permanent
job for good capable man: *50 wk
HIGGER'S DRUGS. INC., 501/
Conn ■ ■■ 6
DRY CLEANING SUPERINTENDENT
and silk spoiler; excellent salary
and opporjmity for hard-worxing
man. capable oi running small dry
cleaning plant. Must be v-ble to
product high-quality dry cleaning
and handle help. Box 45-X. Star.
ELECTRICIAN'S HELPER, at least
1V2 years' exper. Call CO. 9598
after 6 p.m. ■—5
ELEVATOR OPERATOR, colored, for
nieht job: $25 week (8-hr. shift).
Apply DIXIE PAWN BROKERS.
1100 H st. n.e.
ENGINEER with 3rd class license,
fully exper. in maintenance of dairy
equipment or similar line. We have
well equipped shop, oil burner, good
working cond., excellent pay for
qualified man. RICHFIELD DAIRY,
1230 So. Capitol st. ^ —o
FARMER—For general farm worX.
refs, required; $125 and house
furn. Call CH. 7311, after 6_p,m.
FILIPINO WAITER for hotel; good
wages, room and board. Call North
Beach 5681. _ „
FIREMAN with 3rd-class D. C. en
gineer license: 40-hr. wk.. night
shift, NATIONAL BRICK AND
SUPPLY CO., Terra Cotta, D. C., GE.
FLOOR MEN, white, to lay. sand, fin
ish floors, experienced, dependable.
GE. 9332 after 6 p.m. _—10 .
FURNITURE TRUCK DRIVER—Must
be exper. in handling fine furn.
State salary, exper., and ref. Box
128-T, Star. . ?
GARDENER, experienced. albaw
TOWERS. 3700 Mass. ave. n w. —5
GAS FITTER, must be exper. in re
pairing and servicing ail gas ap
pliances; must have D. C. driver s
permit. Apply 2813 14th st._n.w
GROCERY CLERK—Exp., good pay:
insur benefits; must be reliable with
good refs. Vacation with pay. Ask
for Mr. Brown. LARIMER'S, 1/-.7
Conn. Please do not phone. —4
HEAD WAITER, lor steady employ
ment in small smart hotel, with
good experience. Give lull Infor
mation in letter of application.
Reply Box 457-T, Star. —»
HEATING ENGINEER, exper. in de
sign and installation, forced warm
air heating system. Call Mr. Robe
son, COLUMBIA SPECIALTY CO.,
WI. 7700 for appointment.
EfclSEMAN AND COOK, live in:
nearby Maryland; references; tep
wages. HI. 5336.
ICE PULLERS (tank menl. good
wages. Apply ULINE ICE CO., 3rd
and M st.s. n.e. See Mr. Miller. fi*
INSURANCE—Industrial debit, oppor
tunity for man of proven ability;
married. 27-40. car allowance and
*50 a wk. guarantee to start. Call
MR. ORORY. NA 2443. —5
INVESTIGATOR—Man bet. 21 and
26, single, interested in future with
lge. finance corn.: salary and ex
penses. Apply CONSUMER S CREDIT
SERVICE. INC., 3317 R. I. ave., Mt.
1 Rainier, Md. .
JANITOR, 6th-class license, married
man, no children. lor large, mod
ern downtown ant. bldg.; must be
sober, experienced and have ex
cellent local references. Apply after
1 p.m.. JESS FISHER & CO..JI420
JANITOR™ AND DRIVER for private
school in Alexandria, Va.; must have
exper. driving heavy vehicle. Call
OV. 442‘J, 8-5. . ,—5
JEWELRY SALESMAN, experienced,
excellent opportunity, vacation with
pay, good salary, pleasant working
1 conditions. Arlington store, apply
In person. GRANT JEWELRY, 3018
Wilson blvd.. Arh, Va. —5
KITCHEN MAN, all around, experi
enced. Must be neat appearing, re
liable and a clean worker; refs,
needed. Please do not apply if you
cannot meet these Qualifications.
Apply DEE CEE DINER, 1100 Ver
mont ave. n.w. No phone calls. —9
LIQUOR STORE SALESMAN, eve
flings and Sat.; must have local ex
perience, No phone applications.
Apply SUPER LIQUORS, 1633 N.
Capitol st. —5
MAN, white, to work in shew store,
experience not necessary. 1630 7tn
MAN^wlth collection experience, for
office. STANDARD TIRE & BAT
TERY CO., 10th and H sts. n.e. —4
MAN. colored, with some_experlence.
to work in fine grocery. Ex<jel- hours
and sood surroundings. Apply FALK
LAND MARKET. 14IF East-West
hwv Silver Soring. —4
MANAGERS and assistant manager*,
for Family Shoe Stores. Experience
necessary. Only men accustomed to
earning $76 a week and more need
apply. See Mr. Kaplan at SCOTT S.
3139 M st. n.w. .—* .
MATTRESS MAKER. experienced;
must be able to work on tape edge
machine, button tutter, or roll edge
machine. Call Mr. Marsico MI.
1414. AMERICAN WHOLESALERS,
5th and W sts. n.e. • .
MEAT CUTTER—Must have market
experience and sober; steady em
ployment; 6-day week. Apply STAND
68, O St. Market. 7th and f sts.
MECHANIC, tune-up man: must have
Lincoln and Mercury exp.: 5-day
wk ; paid vacation and holidays.
Apply Mr. Morris. MAYFLOWER
MOTORS. 1126 15th st. n.w. —9
MEN interested in learning sheet
metal fabrication, spot welding,
spray painting and air-conditioning
work. No exper. required. See Mr.
steam, COLUMBIA SPECIALTY CO.,
503 Bradley blvd., Bethesda, Md.
MEN, lor pleasant outside sale* work,
excellent commission, liberal draw
ing account. Fine opportunity for
making big money, see MR. KANE,
between 11 a.m. and 4 n.m Monday
through Friday- 73 9 7tB at. n w
MEN, experienced, to spray asphalt
damp-proofing. MR. GORMAN, TO.
•ESJ-fjO --—7
NIGHT PARTS MAN, with nationally
known truck company, 5-day. 40
hour week, from 4 p.m. to 12.30
a m. Apply WHITE MOTOR CO
OIL~°BURNER ELLECTRICIAN, exp.
SOLAR HEATING CO., OW. 4.300.
OPERATOR for TD-9 International
loader and bulldozer. OXON TER
RACE APTS., 25th st. and Southern
ave. s.e, DI. 2342. i —6
HELP MEN_
PARTS MANAGER, must be thorough
ly experienced in managing Dodge
and Plymouth parts stock room, ii
day week, good salary. Apply
FALLS CHURCH MOTORS, 554 N.
Washington st.. Falls Church, Va.
FA. 2400. —6 „
PHARMACIST, full or part time. Call
AX. 2345 for appt —4
PLASTERERS (201. ton wages; white
mechanics only. Apply at 25th and
Southern ave s.e., or call WA. 2041
or WA. 60S5. —0
PRESSER WANTED, wools and silks ,
See Mr. Klein or Mr. Eisler, dav.
Engleside 20-J-2; night, WA. 9otJ4
or OR. 30H7 „ — 10
REAL ESTATE SALESMAN, age 30
45. must have pleasing personality,
sales ability and good automobile.
No others need apply. W. C. & A.
N. MILLER DEVELOPMENT CO.,
4830 Mass. ave. n.w. _
REAL ESTATE SALESMAN — Desk
available for experienced salesman;
prefer familiar with Arlington
County. • Call GEORGE MANNAS.
GL. 2784. —1«
SALESMAN, furnishings; excellent
opportunity for ambitious young
man who is experienced in selling
men's furnishings. Apply office.
THE YOUNG MENS SHOP, 1-US
p st n w ■— o
SALESMEN'for radio advertising; ex
perienced telephone men can hit the
jackpot; will train inexperienced.
1143 Conn. ave.. 10 to noon. 7*
SALESMEN to solicit accident, health
and hospitalisation Insurance for
METROPOLITAN CASUALTY IN
SURANCE CO. of New York. Salary
and commission. Interviews between
it and 5. 3623 14th st. n w. —7
SALESMEN—National concern needs
two high-type men to complete its
sales stall. Prev. selling exper. de
sirous but not essential as men se
lected will be trained for our work.
Good commissions, with opportunity
to Increase earnings in proportion
to productive effort*. Our experi
enced men earn S5.000-S10.000
yearly. Local protected territory.
Car needed. Answer, giving age,
marital status, education, previous
employment, phone number. Must
not be over 45. Box 405-V. Star —9
SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT,
must be thoroughly experienced in
operating Esso station, good hours
and bonus plan. Apply FALLS
CHURCH MOTORS, 554 N. Wash
ington st., Falls Church, Va. FA.
2400. —6
SHEET METAL MECHANIC and
helper: experienced in cutting and
installing duct work. Phone RE.
0220. —ro
SHOE SALESMAN—Excel, position
open for an experienced shoe Otter,
accustomed to family-type shoe
store: opp. for advancement. PENN
BOOTERY. 052 Pa. ave. s.e. —5
STEAMFITTER’S HELPER, experi
enced. WO. .'1884. —5 ,
STENOGRAPHER, young man, apply
rm. 210 Union Station after 10 a^m.
STENOG.-TYPIST, S50 per wk. to
start. Opening for ambitious man
between 25 and 30 yrs of age to
get into procurement dept, of a
large national organ. Splendid op
por. to learn supply work. Offering
excellent promotional possibilities.
Smal. ouiet office. 40-hr. work wk.
Hospitalization, group insurance, re
tirement plan, vac with pay and
other employe benefits. Box 12.1-T.
Star —4
STOCK AND WAREHOUSEMAN, exp ,
with D. C. drivers license, also be
able to take charge of delivery dept..,
good pay fcnd hrs. ELECTRICAL
CENTER. 614 10th st. n.w. —4
8UFERINTENDANT for modern pow
er laundry: must know now to
operate semiautomatic wash room
and all other phases of laundry.
Write stating age. experience, infer
ence and salary expected to WHITE
STAR LAUNDRY, 2726 Walnut st„
McKeesport. Pa. .
TAXICAB DRIVERS—If you do not
have the required identification card
I will teach you what you should
know to qualify. See E. A. GLENN,
at the Shell Service Station, 14th
and Maryland ave. n.e. at 10 a.m.
any day. or call LI. 3-9651. —9
TECHNICIAN—Minimum of 5 years
of experience In TV-radio repair and
maintenance, qualified to meet pub
lic: neat aopearance; excellent op
portunity for rteht man with old
established firm; must have own
car. CAMPBELL MUSIC CO. Call
Mr. Sharpe, DI. 8464 for appoint
TELEVISION SERVICEMAN —Posi
tion open for experienced television
bench serviceman: 40-hr wk. For
further Information, call R. Kyle,
FR. 8261, MID-ATLANTIC APPLI
ANCES —lu
TELEVISION SERVICEMAN with car;
excel, opportunity. Apply 3 911
Nichols ave. s.e. —«
TINNER, lst-class mechanic: rcfuiar
work for Qualified man. Apply iM05
Ramsey ave.. Silver Spring, Md.,
TIRE CHANGERS (2> wHh D C
H sts. n.e. -r*
TRUCK DRIVER, for grocery store:
3 with previous exper. Preferred.
excel,_starting sal. CALVERT
MARKET, 1862 Columbia rd^n.w.
WATCHMAKER—Exper. only need
apply/THE JEWELRY 8HOP. Con
course. Pentagon Bldg. Call RE.
6700, Ext.' 6218 lor appointment.
WATCHMAN, must be experienced;
5-11 p.m., 6 days week; references
required. Apply In Person only, T>e
tween 2-5 p.m., HOGATES RES
TAURANT, 9th and Maine ave^s.w.
WATCHMAN, white, for construction
Job. retired Govt, man preferred.
Apply 4100 block East-West hwy.,
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. WI. 9802. —4
WELDERS (arc). «Per- on _light
metal. See Mr. Stearns, COLUMBIA
SPECIALTY CO., 603 Bradley blvd.,
Bethesda, Md. . . .
YOUNG MAN, 25 or over, to work In
hardware store; permanent position,
must have driver's license Apply in
person, ARLINGTON HARDWARE,
2920 Columbia pike, Arl.. Va.
YOUNG BUN, 16 to 19 yrs. old, sum
mer Job in hardware store, must
have driver’s license, jrefer legal
boy. Apply CARR HARDWARE,
Inc., 6126 Baltimore ave., Hyatts
ville ■ - »
YOUNG SUN with D. C. driving li
cense to learn auto glass installa
tion; 5-day week. Apply 1625 L at.
YOUNG MAN, men’s store, stock and
selling; experience pref., but not nec.;
alert, neat, aggressive; excel, oppor.
3800 Georgia ave., RA. 9373. —5
YOUNG MAN with D. C. driving li
cense. to work In parking garage;,
6-day week. Apply LK25 L st. n.w.
HELP MEN
YOUNG MAN, about 25 yrs. old,
single preferred, as night manager
for a large restaurant organization,
good starting aalary and meals, in
surance and paid vacations, splendid
opportunity for an ambitious, reli
able young man. Write Box 3 48
M. Star. L —*
YOUNG MAN. preferably one with
knowledge of music or piano, to
learn piano-repair work and tuning
See Mr. Davis. JORDAN PIANO
CO., corner 13th and G its, n.w.
AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE CO., af
fllated with General Motors, wants
man, age 20 to 25. for clerical and
typing work in connection with the
approval of claims. Previous exper.
not essential! education ts import
ant. Write MOTORS INSURANCE
CORP.. Transportation Bldg., staling
qualifications fully.
HIGH-CLASS MEN (ages 25-461.
wanted for insurance, selling and
collecting, established routes, exper.
not nec.. we train; salary and com
missions. Apply 3rd 11. 1422 K it.
n.w. Call for MR YATES.
EXPERIENCED BUTCHEB. Apply 801
3rd st. s.e. —* ,
BABY TENDA—Tumble Proof Chair
Co. has openings for 2 men or
women, prefer man and wife, in
District of Columbia and N. Arling
ton. Va. If you are a person of
high character and have car and
will follow furnished leads, call
KINO MERRIT Thursday through
Friday at the National Hotel, 18th
and Eye. This Is a national or
ganization offering permanent gales
opportunity both In this territory
and throughout the 8outh. —5_
OPTICAL — COMBINATION BENCH
AND SURFACE GRINDER; TOP
SALARY'FOR EXPERIENCED, RE
LIABLE MAN: MUST HAVE REF
ERENCES. APPLY DR. KANSTO
ROOM. GOLDENBERG'S OPTICAL
DEPT._ —7
WHOLESALE AUTOMOTIVE PARTS
Receiving dept. Experience preferred
In automotive or hardware line;
must be capable of taking complete
charge; 5-day week. Box 455-T,
6tar._—s —
BRICKLAYERS
White, nonunion; $24 a day; must
be very best; none other need apply
Job at New Hampshire ave. extd.
and Overlook dr.. Hillandale. Come
prepared to work, 7:30 a.m. —4
Collectors-Salesmen
An excel, oppor. for men now em
ployed in our type of business, but
dissatisfied with their pres, earn
ings. To exp. inst. men we offer a
min. guarantee of $5,000 annually,
with car allow., bonus and vacation
Good car necessary. STANDARD
HOME EQUIPMENT CO., 3304 11th
st. n.w.___
CREDIT MANAGERS
Experienced, for large installment
store, must be able to supervise of
fice personnel: collection and pass
on credit applications; wonderful
opportunity to party now doing this
tvpe of work and feels his chances
are limited; top salary to party who
can meet these requirements. An
swer. stating experience, age. ref
erences and phone number. All an
swers strictly confidential. Box 401
X, Star._
JANITOR
For permanent position in new apart
ment project, including .apt. for
janitor and wife; must have pre
vious experience and furnish refer
ences. Call LO. 5-8658, 6 to B pnn.
JANITOR
Colored, experienced tor apartment
house; fi-day week, salary and quar
ters; must have references. Apply
between 8 and 0 a.m. and 4 and 5
p m. 1811 Columbia rd. n.w. —9
MEN WANTED
21 to 35 yrs. ol age: good permanent
jobs, with steady, year-around earn
ings, with paid vacations, sick leave,
free transp. and other benefits. Learn
to operafl a streetcar or bus. we wlll
teach you and pay you while learning.
APPLY NOW
Mon. through Pri., 8:30 a.m. to 12
CAPITAL TRANSIT CO.
fTTk1e°yRounttes°"C'RoSs'S?y2n.^0tCanb7n
John. 30 Friendship Heights street
cars direct to door.)_—4 _
REAL ESTATE
SALESMAN
Our growing, volume of »»les re
quires *n additional salesman. One
who works at selling real estate
as required in any other line sales
position or profession. We offer
the best In co-operation, promo
tion and worklne conditions. Oper
ating in D. C., Md.. and Va. Only
a man with ambition and desirous
of an executive’s income need apply
Inquiries strictly confidential. Phone
Mr. Hodges. 8ales Mgr., RE. 1337.
HOME REALTY CO;
Realtors, 1736 Pa. ave. n.w. —*
Real Estate Salesman
Excel opportunity with Br°*re"lJ*
firm; man willing to work, exper
not nec.; car required. WOOD
CONLEY CO-. 8L. 6700. —4_
SALESMAN
High type sales representative re
auired by Nattonal brewery. Indi
vidual selected must qualify for
draught sales work. Kindly give full
particulars of sales background as
well as age, salary expected, etc.
The position offers steady employ
ment and future to applicant
chosen. Box 404-V. Star. 6 —
SALESMEN
Because of a promotion, there is an
opening in the aalea force of a lge.
Conn. ave. electrical appllance atdre.
We need an aggressive. Intelligent
man 26-40 yrs. old. married. If
you want to get out of the rut of a
dull under-paid lob. phone MR.
DORAN. OR. 7300,_—10
Attention, Window Salesmen
Better yourself. Why »ell a, high
priced window at low commission
when you can do the opposite with
mine. High commissions. COLUM
BIA ALUMINUM WINDOW CQ~
office 1518 K St. n.w., Rm. 606 —4
HELP MEN
SALESMEN
THE PASSING EYE
The market s first and only Peri
scope Safety Device. Look ahead
with safety. Now the driver can
see beyond the car ahead. Should
be on every automobile.
Retail, $5.95, Fair Trade
Approved Nationally
Lucrative working arrangement for
city, county, full or part time sales
men. a natural seller and money
maker, for real live-wire men. Ter
ritory open. North Carolina. Vir
ginia. D. C., Maryland. Delaware.
Contact H. W. BLACKETT, 235
Washington Bldg., Washington. D. C.
Phone ST. 0678, 9 a.m. to 9 P^m.
weekdays. ■—5
SALESMEN
Would you like to better your posi
tlon in life by working with » 3fl-yr.
old co. which is the recognised
leader in its field and who's name
is a symbol of prestige to every
prospect? The following facts should
interest you.
Our salesmen are the highest paid
in their field!
Our salesmen have lull and complete
training and cooperation!
Our salesmen are furnished leadsl
Our salesmen are backed by constant
radio and newspaper advertlstmgl
Our salesmen are fully and adequate
ly equipped with every possible sales
aid!
Our salesmen have plenty of aid In
the office and in the field!
Our salesmen hare a weekly drawing
account!
Our salesmen enjoy financial security!
Our salesmen are proud of their eo.
product, and Job!
WK ARE PROUD OP OUR SALES
MEN.
Our salesmen have territorial pro
tection!
Our product is known and appreciat
ed by i>0 per cent of the people in
our territory!
Our salesmen sell a product that
saves its cost several times!
Our salesmen sell an absolute neces
sity that the prospect must buy in
good times or bad!
Our salesmen sell to prospects who
have requested a call from themi
Our salesmen's earnings increase
constantly!
All our salesmen have a chance at
rapid promotion to executive posi
tions paying $10,000 to $40,000 per
yr. Some are promoted in less than
one yr.l
Our salesmen are earning $8,000 to
$16,000 per yr.!
We have only a limited number of
openings! No matter what you are
selling or have sold, we will teach
you how to sell our product and we
can help you make yourself inde
pendent if you really want to get
ahead.
Apply to MR. EL*RIDOI. Hotel Con
gressional. 11 a.m. or 3 P.m. only
Wed Aug. 3 or Thurs. Aug 4.
No other times! No telephone calls
please 11_—
HELP M'EN AND WOMEN
MAN AND WIFE, white, middle ate;
work in roadside JJgS:
board, good salary; sober, reliable,
refs PR. SPA7 after 8 p.m. 6-_
PHOTOGRAPHER
Must be excellent Portrait operator,
with executive ability, capame of
managing new studio; also need top
SKt retePtionlst-prqof passer.
BUCKLER STUDIO, 1124 Conn,
ave. n.w-__l—
SHOE SALESMAN
Experienced In fitting and **JJ*?*
women’s shoes, commisslon bssls.
20<£ discount, vacations with pay,
many other worthwhile benefits. Ap
ply Employment Office, 8th fl„ Main
Blag., 9:30 to 6 daUy.
Woodward & Lothrop
—8
SALESMEN
SALESMEN, 2 new ear, exper. Apply
in person, TEMPLE MOTOR CO-.
1814 Diagonal rd„ Ale*., Va. 8-b.ju
p.m.. Sat. 8 to 1.
SALESMAN, experienced, to repre
sent N. Y. concern sellin* general
merchandise, calling on Post Ex
change and Ship Service Stores,
territory available, Phils. to N°rfolk.
Can use as side line or full-time,
good commissions: .}ctlr? .Sf"
counts turned over. Write, statin*
experience, Box 8*T, Star.
SALESMEN, white, to eover consi*n
ment candy route Irom J*ou“
house Prefer men with ear, panel,
true" could be furnished bar com
finoH nay for men who arc,
wUta* towjrk. Must be able to
JurnFih *ood reference. Honest and
sober at all times. Call IX 3-0841
tor appointment.
■area MANAGER to form his own
®crew: commercial and domesticre
friseratlon: commission and Profit
sharing. Bos !■*» •
SALESMEN (Cont.)
SALESMEN, experienced; top-line ap
pliance!. GE. West, Bendlx. etc.;
good earnings; car necessary; plenty
floor time. Call MR. BROWN at
HO. 2204. , —*
F. E. WE8TENBERGER has opening
for aggressive neat appearing, real
estate salesman; must be experi
ence! and willing to devote full
time. Va. resident pref.. exceptional
opportunity to sell in exclusive sub
dvision. Plenty of outside listings
available. See Mr. Duflus between
1 and 4 p.m. at Mndlson Manor
Exhibit home, 1012 No. Potomac
at , Arlington. Va. Apply in person.
No phone calls please.__
WEEK ENDS ONLY
For fast-selling Bay property; plenty
of oPDor. for making money the
rest of the season. Come to 607
Cary Bldg., 927 J6th st. n.w., Fn.
eve.. 7-9:30 for interview. —5 _
HELP WOMEN
ASST. MGR. lor dress shop; top sales
person can qualify. Excellent op
portunity. salary and bonus. SHER
MAN SHOPS. 1104 P st. n.w. 4*
ART NEEDLEWORK lnltructress. ex
perienced in knitting, crochet, tap
estry, rug making and related arts,
to supplement present stall. Salary
commensurate with ability. Per
manent position if qualified. State
age and qualifications fully. Reply
BALLROOM Cancer to instruct;
complete training given: eve. work.
VICTOR STUDIOS, 1730 Conmjave
BEAUTY OPERATOR, part-time, for
beauty and slenderising salon. Call
WA. 4056: Sun.. WA. 6031. —5
BOOKKEEPER AND MANAGER, fuel
oil company, exper.; all replies con
fidential. Write Box 171-X. Star. —6
BOOKKEEPER, to take complete
charge of office, retail *tore. NO.
5203. , J .—*
BOOKKEEPER, experienced, under 30:
accounts receivable, knowledge of
typing essential; 6tv-day week; good
starting salary; advancement. EX.
5340. —5
BOOKKEEPING MACHINE OPEB., ex
perlencer NCR 3000: permanent po
sition with established local con
cern; good salary. 40-hour week.
Address Box 222-K, Star. —10
BUS GIRL, experienced: meals and
uniforms; excellent earnings; night
work; no phone calls. Apply in per
son. 1606 Rhode Island ave. n e
CASHIER, young woman with cash
iering experience to work In large
retail store: pleaiant surroundings,
excellent working conditions.'' Apply
925 Pa. ave. n.w., MR. SILVERMAN.
CASHIER-TYPIST, age 18 to 35. per
manent position, with National
Finance Co., on a 5-day week basis;
salary commensurate with ability.
AETNA FINANCE OO., 7928 Ga.
ave,. Silver Spring, Md. —8
CLERK for front office, thoroughly
experienced in typing and general
office procedure; 5Va-day week, good
sSary. Apply MR. DUBIN, 817 H
st. n.e. —“
CLERK, experienced for Aristo Clean
ing Store, located in Arlington. Va.
CLERK°wan7ted! FOUR LEAF CLO
VER CLEANERS. 1144 7th st. n.w.
CLERK-MANAGER, retail dry clean
ing and laundry store: wonderful
opportunity for advancement to
steady, reliable, experienced young
lady. CENTRAL CLEANERS. 323
Carroll st. n.w. „ „ —"
CLERK-TYPIST, experienced, for gen
eral office work, in bookkeeping de
partment; good starting salary, ex
cellent working conditions. See Mr.
Mullock, SMITH TRANSFER &
STORAGE CO.. 1318 U It. n.w. —5
CLERK-TYPIST, young lady, white,
for general office work; prefer one
with knowledge of dictation: excel,
working conditions; good hours and
salary. Box 113-T. Star. —5
CLERK-TYFIST, as assistant In ra
dio engineering office; record keep
ing, typing, simple drafting and
filing; 6-day week; S40. MR. NEW
TON. DI. 1319; eves. HI. 8772.
CLERK-TYFIST. In credit office of
fine men's specialty shop, excellent
opportunity, permanent posmon.
Apply to Mr. Aiken. GROSNER of
1325 7 st ——10
CLERK-TYPIST for general office
work 40-hr. wk., employe diaoount
on purchases and other company
benefits. Call or see Miss Jones.
SEARS ROEBUCK & CO. 2301
Lawrence ave. n.e., NO. o543. 4
CLERK-TYFIST or »>(K>kko. machine
operator, perm. poi.. 6-day wk. must
be accurate: will train to operate
new N C. R. bookkp. machine. Ap
ply the office. GARRISON’S. 1216
* st. n.w. ... —T8 .
CLERK-TYPIST for automoone ueai
er In Northeast Washington, 5-day
week. Ml. 0162; eves., SH. 5393.
CLERK-TYPIST, general office work
for nationally known finance com
pany; aalary, paid vacation, lib
eral Insurance coverage. Apply in
person, 7910 Georgia ave., Silver
COMPTOMETER OPERATOR and
general office work, lmmed.
discount on purchases and other
company benefits. 40-hr. wk. can
or see Miss Jones# SEARS RO®
BUCK & CO.. 2301 Lawrence ave.
COUNTER GIRL, whites t* work to
valet shop. Apply FAMOUS VALET,
4890 sultland rd. s.e. —0
COUNTKRGIBL. white, part time. 6
riishts week. 6 p.m. to 12 midniam.
DIXIE pig BARBECUE. Marlboro
CREDrPMGR3’83'A8SI8TANT. exper.
Credit Jewelry or furniture atore
oref ; for telephone and aen. credit
office work; excel, starting a*1*”'’
real oppor. for hard worker, looking
to? perm, secure Position App>*
pBSSe:S#is«i8NTF ,lt»uwi.r«
perience if any and aalary desired.
EDIPHONK OPERATOR. «>»{«“"»•
shorthand; sooo aalary and hours.
w?evator OPERATOR, colored, light
•kin, age 2B to SB, neat, size 16
rm0r”-4 p.m-, BROADMc5Sr>8
OPERATIVE APTS.. 3601 Conn.
EXECUTIVES, managers; 3 new
stores ore under construction; we
will Interview executives only bow.
will i«d children's wear manatjrs
ready-to-wear managers. sman
wears and accessories managers;
experience as floor assistant or
assistant buy*ar may ouallfy you:
iSd salaries based upon your ex
porlence; all replies by mat lor in
person Strictly confidential. LRRNER
SHOPS, mi Y it. n.w. Attention
Mr. Spltler. £ —4
HELP WOMEN (Cont.)
FILE CLERK. 18-36, experienced, re
fined young lady lor permanent
position. 40-hr. 6-day week, chance
for advancement, good salary. See
MR. MORRISON. 703 H st.jmw.,
FOUNTAIN GIRL, white. 40-hr. wk.,
$37.50 wk : includes meals end uni
forms. Apply in person, 3009 Mt.
Pleasant st. n.w. , —*
GIRL, colored, exper. on soda foun
tain. We have an excellent position
for a reliable, honest girl, paying
$25 wk. to start: girl must be neat,
with at least 2 yrs. in 1 D. C. soda
fountain recently. Apply 3601
Georgia ave. n.w
GIRL to help with children Sat.
night through Sun. night, regularly;
experienced and ref. WO. 6010.
GIRL to do stenographic and switch
board work; $45; 6’i-day week. See
Miss Bloom, INDIAN 8PRING CLUB,
Silver Spring. _ —5
HOSTESS, white, over 30 years age.
Apply 1345 Conn. ave. —5
LADY, white, work 7 to 8:30 p ns.,
arranging appointments by teie
phone: good earnings. GE. 2681.
MANICURIST, exper. r Apply beauty
salon, 6th floor, JELLEFF S, 1214
NIG:iTF MAN,'Wto run elevator aad
MAYhDOUGLASa 1712 20th St.' n.w.
MI. 4212.. .__.T7 __
NURSE, graduate, witn ■ecrexarimi j
perience. in doctor’* office. g** I
NURSE,Swhite, to live in, to take care
of 6-mo.-old infant; excel, •alary;
must be exper. for infant care. Cali
UN 2906 —j
NURSE, graduate, with knowledge of
X-ray and aimnle laboratory work.
Box 442-T. star -—
NURSE-GOVERNESS, age 24 to 40.
exper. with children. Good ref
req. Live In. Care lor 1 child.
WI. 1166. *—*
REPRESENTATIVES needed. Call
AVON COSMETICS. Va., GL. 8889;
RESTAURANT ^EXECUTIVE for a
Duncan Hines listed place: typing,
cashiering, hostessing. Nice appear
ance ana personality essential, mk.
EVANS, OW. 9888. —5
SALESGIRL for cosmetic and drug
counter in downtown drug store;
exp. pref.; no eves, or Sun. work;
ref. req.; good sal. Apply after 10
am., BABBITT’S DRUG, 1106 P
SALESLADIES—Ready-to-wear: ex
pert. only need apply. Excel, aalary.
Steady position. Apply at once^lOlS
'salesladies—Thursdays and Sat
urdays only, with thorough experi
ence in ladles’ apparel;
hour plus libc al commission. PRIN
CESS SHOP. 1108 F it. n.w. —7
SALESLADIES with thorough experi
ence in ladies’ apparel; t°p salary
plus liberal commission. PRINCESS
SHOP. 1108 P st. n.w. —7
SALESWOMAN — Experienced sales
woman for Infants shop. Sligo 2400.
SALESWOMAN — Ready-to-wear ex
perience; permanent, attractive:
ary. Apply BELLE, 2904 14th ^st.
SEAMSTRESS-FITTER, accustomed to
fine clothing only; women s suits,
coats; refined, local refs, and expe
rience; top salary; excellent work
ing conditions, permanent oosHion
Our employes know ol this ad. Write
Box 456-T, Star. —9
SECRETARIAL ASSISTANT to editor;
under 30, unattached, drive auto
mobile, college degree, typing and
ahortband; remarkable opportunity
for ambitious young woman of ex
ceptional ability. Box 247-X, Star.
SECRETARY to manager: college ed
ucation and casualty Insurance ex
perience preferred; 6-day. 40-hour
week. AETNA CASUALTY & SUR
ETY CO. Call Mr. Deeks. ME. 3730.
■—6
SECRETARY, In law office: between
36 and 32 years old; must be
competent and .exper : law exper.
not necessary; ,$60 per week. NA.
SECRETARY, Intelligent, capable of
taking responsibility of .Catholic
Univ. Call MI. 8000, Ext. 218. —4
STENOGRAPHER, for construction
office, in Arl.: $200 per mo. Call
MRS HEIDER. GL. 3880 for appt.
STENOGRAPHER in research organL
zatlon; 6-day wk.: pleasant sur
roundings. 722 Jackson pi. n.w.—4
STENOGRAPHER, exper . wanted by
zteel fabricator and building ma
terial dealer. Apply ROSSLYN
STEEL Si CEMENT CO. 3031 K it
n.w.
8TENOG.—Permanent position 101
young woman able to take
and transorlbe accurately. Capable
of assuming responsibility. College
training and office exper. of 1 or
2 years desirable. Beginning sal.
$2,300-$2,500. depending upon Indi
vidual 5-dav wk.. vac. and sick
leave with pay. Apply lp 3peI*£,n
between 9-11 a.m. or i-3 P.m.
national education asso.,
1201 10th at. n.w. *
STENOGRAPHER for well established
firm: perm, employment; 5-day w«.
Apply 2nd A., 1722 Eye
STENOGRAPHER, young l»g.rAPPly
real estate office of BOSS «
PHELPS, INC.. 1417 K st. n.w. ■—7
STENOGRAPHER, also simple book
keeping and filing; interesting work
In relief organisation; would con
sider bright beginner; $160 per
month. Write Box 49-X, Star. —4
STENOGRAPHER for secretarial work,
-not over 35: good wages and hours,
perm, position with advancements
to competent, reliable girl. Apply
Room 109. 020 M chigan ave. n.e.,
w Phone ML 0000. Ext. 456^0*
TEACHER, for private school in Alex.,
Va.; must have degree to elementary
educ. and exper. Call OV. 4422, 8-5.
TELEPHONE SOLICITORS (2). to tel
ephone from home; ojrmanent jrood
Day Apply ln Person, ANTON
STUDIO, 729 11th st. n.w. —9
TYPIST and sales JS?SmonIIbRo8'
ply in person, ANDEkbon bhob.,
INC.. 704 11th st. n.w. —5
typist wanted for credit office; no
experience necessary; starting sal
ary. $40; permanent: advancement.
Apply REGAL, 711 7th st. n.w. —4
TYPIST with some stenog.-bookkeep
ing; 6-day wk. Write age, experienct,
to Box 495-V. Star. —5
TYPIST, exper. not necessary. Per
manent position. Excellent chance
for advancement. Salary open, de
jssr ss^\
TYPl9T?3genh offlcf 'wk.. steady voM
?l#r 7th
HELP WOMEN
TYPIST, alert, efficient high school
grad, for accounting dept, of na
tional organization; must be neat
and accurate; min. 1 it. exp
qulred; congenial associates, artrac
tlve surroundings, periodic salary
increase consideration; fi-day week.
Apply 9-12, REUBEN H. DONNEL
LY, 1121 14th st. n W„ 2nd floor.
WAITRESSES (2), white, dt>. Apply
RANT. 1123 14th st. n.w. —S
21 or over. Apply In person, 141»
P st. n.w. —8
WAITRESS wanted. experienced;
nightwork. Sundays off. Apply 7815
Ga. ave. n.w. —4
WAITRESS, over 21; hrs. 8 a m. to
4 pm.; good salary, good tips; off
Thurs. Apply in person. COLUMBIA
GRILL, 3249 Columbia pike. Arl.,
Va. —6
WAITRESS POR HOTEL, good wages.
Room and board. Call North Beach
bs neat and experienced. 00. 0833.
— 6
WANTED—All-around beauty oper
ator. Apply mornings from S a m.
until 10:30 a.m., WO. 2600, AN
GELO HAIRDRESSER, 3416 Conn,
ave. n.w. —7
WHITE MANAGER for downtown
boarding house, no children or pets:
ref., room and board for self and
husband plus $100 mo. salary. Box
398-X. Star. —4
W OMEN TO WORK AT HOME. 4 hrs.
a day, telephone advertising: good
comm.: perm, position. Apply MR.
AHEARN. no calls, 716 13th st. n.w.
IP TOO ARE A GOOD TYPIST with
some steno-bookkeeplng we will pay
you $45 a wk. to start. This position
Is with an automobile finance com
pany and your chances of advance
ment are good. Write Box 77-X
Star.
ACTION!—We guarantee you $50 for
selling 10(1 boxes 21 for $1 Xmas
cards. Also 50 and 25 for $1 with
name on. Napkins and stationery.
Costs nothing to try. Samples on
approval. JEWEL. 401 W. Somerret
st., Dept. 21. Phlia.. Pa.
A LARGE DEPT. STORE desires the
services of an experienced cook; must
have thorough knowledge of kit. op
erations; 6-day. 40-hr. wk. In reply,
state experience and salary expected.
Write Box 79-X. Star. —5
AVON COSMETICS are in great de
mand. Open territory available for
women who have need of money.
RE. 0795.—4
LARGE CREDIT JEWELRY STORE
Has opening for NCR No. 2000 ma
chine operator. Good starting salary
with company benefits and paid va
cation. Wonderful opportunity for
right party. Apply Mr. Kyle, BATES
JEWELRY, 901 F at, n.w. —4
CLERK-TYPIST
'White. Jewel Tea Co. has opening
for clerk-typist; 5-day. 40-hour
week, starting salary $35. Please
write letter stating age, marital
status, previous experience, telephone
number. All replies will be kept In
strict confidence. Address JEWEL
TEA CO., 801 Prankltn st. n.e.
—-6
MANICURIST
Tor the Antoine ealon in our Spring
Valley Shop, Mast. are.
GARFINCKEL’S
P It. at 14th. —4
Jewelry Store Saleslady
Apply FRED LAND JEWELERS. 8541
Georgia avc„ Silver Spring, Md. ■—>
SALESWOMAN
Ready-to-arear experience necessary;
mature: salary plus commission:
6-day, week, discount on purchases,
free hospitalization and other em
ploye benefits. Apply personnel
office. 5th floor. GOLDENBERG’S.
7th and K its, n.w. —*
SECRETARY
Jewish orgsnization needs competent
secretary-stenographer; must be ac
curate and able to handle office re
sponsibilities. Call MR. BMIRNOW,
AD. 4116. for appointment. —5
Secretarial Assistant
To sales executive; starting salary,
$2,700 to $3,000. Reply In own
handwriting, stating age. educa
tion. experience and stenographic
ability. Box 374-X. Star. —0
STENOGRAPHER
In personnel office, young woman In
her twenties, college training pre
ferred but not essential; dictation
at 100 w.o.m., variety of duties. in
cluding clerical work; good salary,
permanent position, 8-day. 40-nr.
wk.; air-conditioned office; sick
leave, paid vacation, free tranap.,
other benefits. Phone for appoint
CAPITAL TRANSIT CO.
_MI. 6363. Ext. 844. —8
STENOGRAPHER
Kxpert typist, iO-hr. immediate
discount on purchases and other
company benefits. Call or see Mist
Jones
SEARS ROEBUCK & CO.
2301 Lawrenca ave. n.e- NO. 8843.
An Unusual Saleswoman
If you live in Wash, or vicinity, drive
own car, have a likeable personality,
well-groomed appearance, need to
earn as much as $78 in a week, can
work afternoons and evening!, age
25 to 45. and are seeking a dlgni
fled, profitable career, a special posi
tion Is now open. Eor Interview cell
IRENE BOCHMANN. HP.
HELP DOMESTIC
COOK, first-class, In elty: «»“*• jj*
bus: 2nd 11. rm. snd bajth if desired!
refs. red. Call CO. 1091. —6
COOK-G.H.W- colored, 30-48: eXPj
settled and Tellable, with rela. and
health eard; suburbani home; ale.
rm. and bath. WL 0082. —8
COOK-NURSE, wall-behaved S^yL
old boy; live In; other help ej»
oloved. Call EM. 1008.
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