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Lewis Seeks to Split
Mine Owners, Get Separate Contracts Bv James Y. Newton •Star Staff Correspondent WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS. W. Va., Oct. 15.—Soft coal oper ators were unworried today by John L. Lewis’ dramatic effort to line up the financial resources of all labor behind the CIO in its battle against the steel industry, but there was concern that he might succeed in an all-out of fensive to break the solid ranks of mine owners and persuade an im portant group to sign a contract on his terms. The operators privately branded as a “publicity stunt" the Lewis proposal that nine big AFL unions join the United Mine Workers In providing the United Steelworkers with a $2,500,000 weekly war chest to assure victory in the steel strike, now 15 days old. Mr. Lewis sug gested that the 10 unions kick in ! $250,000 apiece each week to win | the steel battle and defeat the j giant "adversaries” of industry and finance "which would decimate one by one the major units of or ganized labor." Mr. Lewis was turning on the heat to split the operators and bring settlement of the four-week soft coal strike on his own terms, which he said would add 30 to 35 cents per ton to coal production costs. Most of that amount would be used, it was understood, in rais ing to 40 cents the operator pay ments supporting the tJMW wel fare and retirement fund. The ! "take” of the fund under the old contract is 20 cents a ton. Rebuff to Lewis Reported. The operators said UMW repre sentatives had approached indi vidually some of the operator units and sounded them out on the new Lewis contract terms. They said that so far Mr. Lewis had been rebuffed. But in the past the miners’ chief has won fat contracts by the same tech nique of dividing the operators and picking off those most anx ious to have their mines running. This year the “weakest’’ part of the operators’ setup is repre sented by the commercial opera tors, those who sell their coal on the open market. They foresee a winter of good business ahead. Mr. Lewis and his men were working on the mine operation from Central Pennsylvania, Illi nois and Indiana, with emphasis on the strip mine owners where labor does not bulk so large in the cost of producing coal. Although those operators'said they had no intention of giving in to Mr. Lewis, there was fear among other groups that there would be a break which would compel them to accept the Lewis terms. No Pressure on “Captives.” There was nt) pressure on the “captive” operators and those who sell coal to the steel companies to settle the long dispute with the UMW since the steel furnaces are shut down anyway by the strike of Philip Murray’s steelworkers. The “captives” and affiliated groups are the hard core of resistance to Mr. Lewis, although two years ago when the steel industry was run ning at a highly profitable rate, that group forced the entire coal industry to surrender to the mine workers. Contract negotiations here be tween Northern. Western and “captive” interests and the UMW were in recess until Tuesday. Both sides reported no progress toward agreement on a contract to replace the one which expired last June 30. Mr. Lewis said he Insisted that negotiations continue over the week end, but that the op erators insisted on recess until Wednesday and they compromised on Tuesday. George H. Love of Pittsburgh and chief spokesman for the op-; erators, declared that the industry could not afford Mr. Lewis’ 30-to 35-cents-a ton cost increase, and he held that emergency action by the Government was the only so lution to the coal strike. Lewis Proposal Unusual. Meanwhile, Mr. Lewis suggested to AFL President William Green that the AFL join with the UMW and the CIO to win labor’s major battle of 1949. The proposal was unusual since Mr. Lewis in recent years has broken with both the AFL and CIO, which he founded. Mr. Murray at one time was a close friend of Mr. Lewis. They served together as officers of the UMW and Mr. Murray succeeded the miners’ chief as head of CIO However, the friendship grew cold trenched, of limitless financial credit and powerful beyond com pare. “These formidable adversaries are oat to crush the power and destroy the structure of the steel workers’ union. This must not happen. It need not happen.” Mr. Lewis has said the 375,000 miners would end their strike and return to work under a “bona fide” Government seizure and op eration of the mines for “the ac count of the people.” Green, Murray Silent. Mr. Green had no comment on the Lewis suggestion. Mr. Mur ray, at Pittsburgh, was just as silent. But in Washington an official at AFL headquarters said: “If the steelworkers need any help they are certainly capable of asking for it themselves.’’ And a group of Mr. Lewis’ own and the two have not spoken to} each other for seven years. Mr. I Lewis also has had some caustic1 things to say about Mr. Green, another old friend. Mr. Lewis’ appeal for unity of labor was made on the premise that there is a ’’conspiracy" of in dustrial and financial interests to break all labor organizations, with the Steelworkers as the first tar get. He says the coal operators will not make a new contract with him until the steel pension issue has ben decided. The UMW has had its employer supported pension and welfare fund for three years, but they now need additional funds to sup port it. All payments were sus pended last month because of the money shortage. In his letter to Mr. Green, the UMW president said: "One of the great segments of organized labor (the steel work ers) is engaged in vital economy conflict—its adversaries are en miners voiced their opposition to the plan. The St. Michael (Pa.) UMW Local 3,648—500 members— wired its chief: “We believe a kitty .should be raised to alleviate poverty in the mining fields first. The policy of advocating bread for every other Johnny except Johnny Miner can have no other effect than to de moralize the digger. * * * “If you visit the coal regions the economic conditions would be self-evident that charity begins at home.” p/aisini®j^rsia'ciisjaMafa'SjSEfi2jaiEjarpTi( Is JEtO USERS | ToJc"l *4«>* 1 EISEMAN’S — F at 1th J §15,r3i5|rBI3®SISfiSfi3®SlSJBiPlSl®i5)®BJBiSltS Classified Ad Rafes Local Advertisers Three Lines (Minimum) 1 or 2 times, 35c per line per insertion. 3 to 6 times consecutively, 33c per line per insertion. 7 times or longer consecutively 3lc 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 ail advertising 35 miles or more from Washington. 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HOBBS. 5(141 1st st. n.w. 17« HALL FOR RENT, size 53x138, for dinner parties or dances. Call West River 7533 —1H APPLES AND CIDER for sale, daily and Sunday: will be open until Thanksgiving. Also cordwood for \a.le.-,-Ashtcm 7148 SEIBELS OR CHARDS, Spencerville Md. IRON WORK—Fire escapes, inciner ator screens, misc. repairs. DUPONT IRON WORKS, 1106 lsth st.. NA. :',7Hti. _—31 SWEET CIDER AND APPLES Grimes Golden, Stayipan, ana Deli cious. Honey and apple butter. Products sold direct from our own orchards. PLAINFIELD ORCHARDS, Out Ga. ave. to Glenmont, Md., right & mi. Rt. 183. at high water tower. W. W MOORE, Sandy Spryna. Md,, Ashton 3471._ PADDY'S DRIVING 8CHOOD Dual-control car; free pick-up serv icc Day or eves. UN. 0035. Leland Pharmacy 7007 Wisconsin Ave. Bethesdo, Maryland Accepts Star Want-Ads Other places conven iently located for the ac ceptance of Classified Advertising. When answering advertisements addressed to Star bostes do NOT inclose original references, or other materials of personal value. Copies serve the purpose and originals may get lost. __HELP MIN_ Adj ustenln vestigator 21-30. Excel, opportunity for quick advancement in rapidly einoanding national finance company. This po sition requires hard work from a mafi who's used to being better than > adequate. Company benefits, insur ance. etc. Car necessary during training period. Salary and car al lowance. Phone Mr. West, 9-5. WA. .AETNA FINANCE CO. S:la R. I. avenue, Mt. Rainier. Md. ADVERTISING SALES MGR.—Quar terly publication; sgl. Liv. quarteri furn. free in one of the finest hotels in America. Box 240-D, Star. APPLIANCE SERVICEMAN, mus^own car. experienced in repairing major electrical appliances, excellent op portunity. salary and car allowance. See Mr Brent. SIMON DISTRIBUT ING oCORP, 015 Penna. ave. n.w. ASSISTANT SHIPPING CI.ERK.~VhUe. for furniture store: must be depend able and steady worker. Apply 2021 14tn st. n.w. —15 AUTO MECHANIC, exper.: must have hand tools; excel, pay and working j cond. Apply in person. HERSON'S AUTO & APPLIANCE CO., 714 O st. n.w. 1(5 i AUTO MECHANIC—Top wages for all-around, exper. man. WOOD- i LAWN SERVICE. 4020 N. Wash ington blvd. —1H AUTo MECHANIC and metal worker, experienced man only. See Mr. Terry, service manager. WISSINGER CHEVROLET CO.. Palls Church Va. __ —-10 Auto Mechanics (2) For Packard dealership. Unless you are an all-around, lst-class me chanic. please do not apply Covington Motor Co. 7301 Wi«. ave., Bethesda, WI. 4400. _—15 Auto Polisher One who can ride motorcycle having side car for picking up and deliver ing parts and customers’ cars Covington Motor Co. T301 Wis. ave., Bethesda, WI. 4400. _ —16 _ Automobile Salesman Experience in new cars preferred; a chance tor a dependable, energetic, personable salesman to establish himself with a well-located Dodge Plymouth dealer, offering a se cure and excellent-paying future. Call MR. BROCHE, PR. 7800. bet. 9:30 and 11 a.m. Francis & Parsons •MOO Nichols ave. s.e —16 AUTO SALESMAN—Used cars, won derful opportunity for experienced man: plenty of nice clean cars to sell at the lowest prices In town; j good income assured from the start ' with good advancement. See Mr. Sacks, after 0 a m AUTO WHOLE SALERS, 1731 Bladensburg rd. n.e., LI. 3-8800 AUTO SALESMEN — A good proposi tion to one who can qualify. Chrys ler-Plymanth dealeT. Call MR. SHIPLEY. Rockville 3916. —19 AUTO WASHER and polisher, eolored, must be sober, reliable and have good references. Bee Mr. Poats. AR CADE PONTIAC, 1437 Irving st. n.w. —20 BAKER, all-around expert, capable of handling men for production. Must be loyal to employer and not to help Steady and nondrinker. Chance of a life time. Excellent salary for real baker. Phone CO. 3298 for appt. —17 BRICK MASONS, union; report to job. Bailey s Cross Rd.. Va., or phone day, CH. 4909; eves . 'QL. 4400. Ext. 997. RALPH F. BRYAN. —16 «fEfRie^D CO., INC., 2014 M St. n.w. —16 BUILDING EXECUTIVE To take over management of going building operation; must be business executive with necessary building exper., have knowledge of civil en gineering. ability to handle person nel and award contracts; salary to right man, *10.990 per year: best rexs. required. Box 463-D, Star,—16 Building Superintendent For large downtown office bldg, with about 40 employes. Salary. *4.600! per year and permanent position for i Qualified man. Give aae and em ployment history for past fi years In application. All replies confidential. Write Box 214-P. 8tar. —16_ ItSdlLMAN—Good opportunity for right man; steady work, good pay. Apply NICK BLOOM, 720 14 th st. ».w, —17 HELP MEN <Con».) BUTCHER, must be 1st class, non drinking. good hours and salary. Do not apply unless excellent butch er. WI 1200. —21 BUTCHER, experienced. Apply 001 ,‘lrd st. s,e _ —16 CARPENTER }<f—Trim hands. apply Ed Reid, foreman. GELMAN CON STRUCTION CO. Out Colesville id.. 2 blocks past. Franklin ave. to Brewster st., right on Brewster to Worth ave. and Job. —15 CARPENTERS (2), 1st class me chanics' Report ready for work. 7 .10 Monday. MR. HINKLE. 5012 Fjt’i^cHe dr. Riverdale. Md. —Id CASHIER, white, for high-type drug store. Call in person. DORCHESTER PHARMACY, 2480 Ittth st. n v/. —1 d CEMENT FINISHERS, for cqnstruc tion job; experienced man only: $2.25 per hr. Lee highway and Florida st., 1 block down on Florida. CHAUFFEUR-HOUSEMAN, small fam ily. other help employed: city ref erences required: good salary. Tele phone EM 7070. —Id CHEF. 1st-class, for hotel dining rm. Must furnish references. Salary open. For personal interview, apply dining rm. manager. FBB4T HOTEL, 1 Oth nnd H sts. n w. —17_ ~ CLOTHING SALESMAN Young man with exper. selling high quality clothing, excel, earning pos sibilities and perm position for ag gressive. loyal and capable man with following. Apply to Mr. Schoenberg. FA8HION SHOP. INC.. _1.200 F st. n.w._-—Id_ DELIVERY BOY. Apply CAPITAL MARKET, aoo Maryland ave. n.e. DIAPER ROUTEMAN, white, not over 40. must know city and suburban area and have good refs. Apply DISTRICT LINEN SERVICE CO.. 56 L st. s.e. —16 DISTRIBUTOR WANTED—Washmo bile. the revolutionary automatic car washing machine. 1 attendant can wash 5 cars an hr., fits into any gas station or service dept. Occupies very little room. Sells for less than $1*00. Will consider written appli cations from individuals or firms capable of servicing a sales organi zation and carrying stock. Minimum investment. $5,000, secured by mer chandise. Exclusive franchise avail. Box 207-H. Star. —17 DISPLAY MAN for chain of radio, television and appliance stores Ex cellent opportunity and salary for experienced man to do outstanding work on interior and exterior dis plays. Appply executive office, LACY'S, nth and E ^ts n w. —16 Draftsman-Engineer Young man. preferably with archi- ! teetural experience, to produce ac- : curate drawing of Plans in eleva tions. sections. isometrics. etc, [ Should possess working knowledge of mechanical equipment including re- , frigeration, plumbing, electrical and I air conditioning Salary open Re-1 pl.v giving personal history, educa tion and work experience to Box 3Of*8. Columbia Heights Station. ‘ Washington. D. C. _—ljj DRIVER—Experienced fuel oil truck driver. See Mr. Etans METROPOL ITAN PETROLEUM CO —10 | DRIVERS wanted for Diamond cabs; new and used cars avail.; reas. ! rental rates; must have identifica tion card. Diamond lot. 101 M st. ne gee MELVIN HERRIMAN DRIVER-SALESMAN for old est'd dry cleaning route. Exper. In this or similar Tine Wonderful oppor-; tunlty to make over $75 per wk. ! Must be steady, reliable and able to furnish best of refs, and bond ! CENTRAL CLEANERS, 333 Carroll st. n.w. —18 DRIVER SALESMAN for laundrv and dry cleaning. Call MR. DEARSTEIN. Rockville 3448. Exnr. ref. read. 15* DRIVER'S HELPER for furniture truck. Must be experienced in h«n- | dims good furniture. Prefer man with chauffeur's license. Excellent oppor tunity in one of Washington's larg est and finest stores. Apply MR. JOHNSON, 4018 Voltg street n.e. UN. 7344. —IS ELEVATOR OPERATOR, colored, for apt. house, must be exper. Anplv Am 1. 3300 Wis. ave. n.w. •—1# ELEVATOR OPERATOR, colored, for apt. house: must be exper. Apply Resident Mgr , 3730 Wis. ave. n.w. —15 ENGINEER, white, complete charge of oil burner in lame apt. Ant furnished Box 183-D. Star. .—10 ESTIMATOR—Office of general con tractor. Give full details of experi eence and salary desired. Box 437- ! D. Star —10 ESTIMATOR - SALESMAN, must be experienced blueprint reader and 1 have ear, mechanical drawing ability i desirable. CHESAPEAKE PLATE * WINDOW GLASS CO.. 1355 New . York ave. n.e.. TR. 8081. —15 I FARMHAND on dairy-JWrm: must: have some experience: salary, hous ing. milk, etc.; good opportunity.! WILLOWMKRE FARMS. Merrifleld, ! FA. 0001*. —16 ( FURNITURE FINISHERS — Must be ! experienced; union hours and wages; permanent employment. Apply Mr. Snvder, W. & J. 8LOANE WARE- i HOUSE, 7th and Franklin sts. n.e. ; —16 ! GAS STATION ATTENDANT—5500 Livingston rd. s.e.; experienced: ! aoBly in person —15 I GROCERY clerk, all-round man,' references. Over 18, TR. 7138. —17 j Haberdashery Salesman | Young man, exper. in selling, fine i qualslty men’s furnishings, highest | earing possibilities for aggressive j man with following Applv to Mr. : Schoenberg. FASHION SHOP. INC., 1300 F st. n.w._ —16 HARDWARE CLERK, high school ed-1 ucation, young man. neat appearance! good working conditions. Apply of- | flee between 0 a m. and 6 p.m.. YEATMAN'S HARDWARE. Wilson j blvd. and N. Highland st.. Arllng t ton. Va —16 1 HEATING SALESMEN—Excel, prop osition lor right party. Call MR. 1 PARI8I. OW. 4300. —1% JANITOR, experienced, tor downtown apt. bldgs., $130 mo. Ask for i manager, HO. 5881. —-16 ; JANITOR, colored. lor 30 unit down town apt. bldg.; Stoker and elevator. ! Must be experienced and sober. Will gav $130 a mo. plus 8-rm. apt.! ox 180-D. Star. —16 JEWELRY SALESMAN. experience j preferred; for credit jewelry store; i pleasant surroundings; paid vaca tions, many company benefits: splen did opportunity for the right per son. Apply .in person. KENT JEW ELERS, 701 7th st. n.w. —15 LICENSED ENGINEER to handle and maintain oil burner equipment in a lgc. housing protect. State Aualifl cations. past exper.. and salary re quired. * Oood salary for properly qualified man. Box 187-D. Star. LINOTYPE OPERATOR, must ‘ be | qualified; reliable, sober; steady lob.! Open shop. SERVICE PRINTING CO. 2110 14th st. n.w. —16 LUMBER CHECKER, yard man; ex perienced; good pay and pleasant working conditions. Reply Box 181-D. Star. —16 MANAGER, with ABC license for nigh class restaurant to supervise din ing room, kitchen and employes. No buying. State experience and salary expected Box 178-0. Btar. MANAGER WANTED; Experienced°for large Garden type apartment proj ect in District Fine splary and bright future for right man. All - replies will be treated strictly con fidential. Please reply to Box 261-E MECHANIC. lst-class man; guar, salary and commission. Apply 900 4th st. n e„ MR. STEVENSON. —16 MECHANICS, experienced, front end, familiar with Bear equipment, also genersl mechanics. Apply in per son. FALLS CHURCH GARAGE. INC., Lee hwy. and Hillwood ave., Falls Church. Va. —16 MILLWORK superintendent — Good sized modern millwork Diant desires service of person with thorough cur rent experience on srchitectursl and stock millwork: capable of taking full charge of estimating and super vising production In a shop run by capable foreman. Splendid opoortu nity for an aggressive and capable person. Write a full and detailed statement of experience, education, family situation, expected salary and other revelent data to Box 5900. Washington 14. D. C. Incomplete responses will not be considered. ILLWORK SERVICEMAN -^Large millwork firm needs an experienced and capable man, able to make ac curate auantity take-offs on Job. list for shipping and detail to shop for manufacturing. Must be accurate, stoadv. sober. Write fullv. stating age. experience and salary required. Write in confidence Box 6800, i Washington 14. D. C. Incomplete i responses will not be considered. I NIGHT WATCHMAN—Seven "nights , per week for construction Job. TO*. 2728 —16 OIL BURNER MAN, experienced, to take charge of night shift for large apt. development in va.; must be capable of making minor emergency repairs. In reply, give information concerning age, experience, salary desired and marital status. Renlies considered confidential. Write Box 230-D, Star. —16 (, HELP MEN_ ] OIL BURNER INSTALLER with oil burner specialist license; good pay. perm position See Mr Chase Monday and Tuesday, between f> and .3. A. P. WOODSON CO., 1313 OIL BURNER MECHANIC, experi enced. all type burners, permanent position; no nlsht work. L. C. SMITH, INC., Arlington, Va , OX. i 9323 —18 OIL BURNER SERVICE mechanic, experienced, all types domestic heat ing systems; good pay, steady work, A-l character references required. See Mr Chase. Monday and Tues day. between ii and 3. A. p. WOOD I SON CO.. 1313 H at. n w. PARKING ATTENDANTS, white, over i 18 yrs . exper required; reg. work. Apply PARKING LOT, corner 13th and E sts n w. —18 PAINTER, inside steady work, resi dential ant. bldg.; must be thor oughly experienced, have good ref erences. Call MRS. LEVER. Mon. morning. EM. 7751 —In PAINTERS, *12 a day. Apply at 3415 M st. n.w. —16 PHARMACIST, part tlma. Md. reg . 3 nights wk . 8-1(1 p.m. LELAND P11ARM . OL. 403(1. —18 PHARMACIST, capable of managing busy drugstore, nearby Va.: chance of partnership: owner til; salary open All replies confidential. Box 4ft:t-X, Star. —18 PHARMACIST—Good position; 8-day week Mostly prescription work; refs required H1GC.ERS DRUG, 5017 Conn. ave. —18 PHARMACIST, rea in Maryland, ex cellent opportunity for a future. 31 ill Queens Chapel rd., Mt. Rainier, Md. AP. 0222. —18 PHARMACISTS, part-tima; hr» can be arranged. *2 per hr. QAKLAWN TER PHARM.. 3620 16th st. n.w. —18 PLASTERERS wanted, white only; Plenty of work Apply at job on Carroll ave. and Old Biadenaburg rd Takoma Park, Md. WA. 5085 or WA. 2041. —18 PLASTERERS WANTED, colorad, long iobs. Marlboro Gardens Apt. Job Apply on job. 5700 block. Marlboro pike or phone MI. 3505 after 6 pin I---—~ig- i PLUMBER i Experienced, must be sober and reli able. must have D C. driver* permit. ' Call JIM RRINCEFIELD A- CO.. LI. 3-0130. ■_ —IS* PLUMBERS, new work. D C. and Maryland. Call GEORGE F. WARN ER & CO.. LI. 3-3771. — ifl PORTER, experienced, day or evening Call In person. WILLER DRUG. 1153 iloth st. n w. —15 PQRTER.'ror gift shop, no gun. work must have local references. Apply between 10 ajn. and ft p.m. MARY BAYNES GIFTS. #02 14th si. n.w —17 PORTER to clean bakery. Apply IHOli Ga. ave n.w. POP.TER-ORIVER. colored, over 71. ivust be neat, sober and steady. I Famtliir wiln Chtvy Chase area. 1 HIGGERS DRUO, 5017 Conn. ave. _ n.W._ —1 7 RADIO REPAIRMAN Looking for an opportunity to ad vice in the electronic field? Larae radio and television company needs a radio bench man. chance for rapid advancement. Phone MR. KELLEY. 1 OR. 7300.—10 I RADIO SERVICEMEN Experienced on AM, FM and Record Changers; Excel, opportunity For right men with or without car. Apply LACY’S SERVICE BLDG. HALF & QUE STS. S.W. ! ___—20 REAL ESTATE SALESMAN, who has experience in ground stiles and in ; vestment properties in the Metro politan Area Prefer man between the age of 30 and 40. This is an opportunity to become associated with one of the largest and oldest real estate and mortgaxe com i panics. No other salesmen in the : organization at this time, nor is It Intended to organize a large tales department In reply, give complete information as to experience, age. ! etc, Must have car. Box 207-Z, Star. I ' —16 RETAIL FABRICS—Age 85 to 35. retail selling experience necessary; good salary plus commission. YARD STICK. #28 F It. n.w. —Id I ROOFERS <2>. asbestos, steady work. O'BRIEN, BI5 15th at. n.e. —IS ROOFER-TINNER, exp driver's per mit. Top wages—permanent. Cal! JOE PAWTOW8KI, your plumber, GE. 0343. Ifl* ROUTEMAN. for laundry and dry clean trig route. Want married man, age 25 to 45, with good refs. Apply between 2 and 4 p.m . Mr. Ellis. WASHINGTON LAUNDRY, 2«27 K st. n.w. —16 SALES ENGINEER with knowledge of pumps, heat exchange equipment, pressure reducing valves, etc., call ing principally on local heating con tractors. CO. 6779. —16 SALESMAN—New and used oar. Ap ply In person, FALL* CHURCH GA RAGE. INC.. Lee hwy. and Hillwood ave.. Fails Church. Va. —16 SALESMAN NEW AND USED CARS Territory: Damascus. Coleaville. Gaithersburg. Wheaton and vie. Good pay and future for man with aggressive determination. Rockville 2515. —16 SALESMAN Recent college graduate, preferably, but not necessarily, with chemical or biological science background. WeH-estaDllshed service organisa tion is expanding its sales efforts Give full details. Box 132-D. Star. —17 SALESMAN-COLLECTOB for indus trlal 'nsurance route; auto neces sary. Apply 603 Victor Bldg., 72* (tth st. n.w. —16 salesmen, experienced radio and television. Before deciding on any other job it will pay you to look into Lacy's offer. Highest earnings in the city, excellent working condi tions Apply executive offices, LACY'S. 8th end E its. n.w. —Id SALESMEN to call on established aeeounts for large tobacco, eandy and sundry house. Must have at least 3 yrs. selling experience, car necessary, drawing account and commissions. Apply after l o’clock Mon. STANDARD CIGAR AND TO BACCO CO., 41 Bye st. n.e. —Id SALESMEN—Must be fully exper. in the electrical appliance and tele vision line. Excel opportunity for right man. Terrifically good nay Call AT Tooo or apply 1911 Nichols ave, s.e. ,—17 SALESMEN We Want 3 Good Men Permanent position with firm new in D. C. area. Can earn $100 a week, plus bonus. Call Republic 7922 for ap pointment. __—is SECRETARY—Immediate opening for young man not over 36, with previ ous commercial background,_ ability recognised. HUGH REILLY CO., 133* New York ave. n.w. NA. 1703. —Id SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT, must be good lubrication man and experienced In all servlet station work: this Is a permanent lob for the right man; no Sunday or night work: good salary. See Mr, Payne. AMERICAN SERVICE CENTER. 686 N. Glebe rd., Arlington. Va. —Id SERVICE STATION ATTBNDAHtt Exper., white, sober, reliable, mult be able to be bonded; for a new ear dealer, 24-bour gas station. Won derful opportunity for the right men. Apply In person, Mr. Watson, mgr., CITY 8ERVICE STATION, 2101 Oa. ave. n.w.. bet. 8 and 6. —16 3103 l*th it. n.w, —id _HttP MIN SHOE SALESMAN, experienced; reg ular and part time. Apply In per son, personnel dept.. 801 H st n.e. — 1H SODA DISPENSERS — Experienced, lull or part time Gr.od salary Call after a. WILDER DRUGS. 1253 20th st. n.w. —15 SODA FOUNTAIN BOY, over 1H. ex per.. neat, clean to work nights. Apply in person Sat. after .5 p.m. FAIRFAX VILLAGE PHARM . 3827 Pa. ave. a.t. SPOTTER, must be experienced and have good refs. Apply WASHING TON LAUNDRY. 2027 K st. n.w — 17 SPOTTERS AND DRIVES, experienced in wholesale dry cleaning: good pay, good hours. Apply 1333 Buch anan at. n.w. __— 1 fl TAILOR 1st class only; 5-day. 40-hr. wk : permanent position; salary. $75 per wk. Apply UNIPORM STORE. Con course. Pentagon Bids. .—15 TAXICAB DRIVERS COLORED MEN AND WOMEN 1848-40 Plvmouths with radios Silver Top Cabs, Inc. 4 9 M aS8. Ave. N.W._ST : 15 9»i. — 1 7 TAILOR NEEDED—Fir.st-class Apply 17H4 Columbia rd. n.w. - 15 TELEVISION SERVICEMEN, experi enced. good pay and hours, perma nent-_Mr. Floeehler. GENERAL ELECTRONICS. 451,'i Wisconsin ave. TELEVISION SERVICEMEN. Must*tie fully exper.. with car. Refs. Call AT. 7000 or apply 10U Nichols ave. e.e TELEVISION SERVICEMEN —Top’en ings for severel experienced men; top salary and car allowance; excel lent opportunity for right men Ap ply LUBAR, INC., 1300 G st. n.w. _—20 TELEVISION SERVICEMEN INSIDE AND OUT WITH CARS. HIGHEST 8ALARIES IN WASHINGTON; GROUP HOS PITALIZATION: vacation with PAY. GOOD CHANCE FOR AD VANCEMENT WITH WASHING TON'S FASTEST GROWING RADIO TELEVISION STORE. NO PHONB CALLS! MR SILVERN PHILLIPS. INC. 2013 SHANNON PL. 8 K. TELEVISION SERVICEMEN I I $100 PER WEEK! Inside or outside men. with or with out ear. We par ear expenses! Modern, air-conditioned ehop! Va cation with par! Group hespttalisa tion! 20% employe discount prlvl- | leeee! Time and oae-hal! for all overtime work! Wonderful oppor tunity for advancement! Box 474-E, Star. —20 TIKE SEQEOOVER. Inalda Work Pass. tire, 60c; truck, $1. Excel, working conditions. BEN HUNDLEY. 3440 14th st. n.w TRUCK DRIVER, white, dry cleaning route, mutt be acquainted outlyine | Georgetown area, muat be sober, hon est and a smart talker; also capable of bond atao solicitors, men and women. lull or part time No phone calls. DIAL OLKANER8, 3707 tS« i>v« and utility man, ’ white, age 45-65; D. C. permit.; for : florist shop. HU. 8961. —16 TRUCK DRIVER for furnltura atore.; only experieneeed who knows city and auburbs need apply. 2021 14tb st. n.w. —15 UPHOLSTERERS. muat b« experi enced, steady work. Apply at once. SWISS UPHOLSTERY SHOP. 2423 18th n.w. AD. 0781. • —16 WAREHOUSE HELP, white—Old. re liable firm opening branch ware houae. Alexandria arts, in Novem ber, needs Inside warehouat help and truck drivers. Write, giving j age. experience, ete.. to Box 471-E. ; 8tar. —16 WELDER, must be flrst class to do any type welding; muet have shop experience. Only man with this experience need apply. B. As B. WELDING, Oakton, Va. Vianna 334. —15 WOOL PRKSSEItS; very good Pieet rate. Vacation with nay. Each per son covered by insurance, etc. Ap Bly OFFICIAL CLEANERS. 3740 linn. ave. n e. —17 MAN, middle-seed, white, stnale, to work In small atore; room, use el kitchen and *25 week. MR. DUBIN, 8513 Georgia ave. n.w. —18 MAN, colored, between 25 and 35 yrs. old to work In candy kitchen as helper; refs. req. Good hours. Oood salary. Box 249-Z. Star. —16 MAN. Spanish or South American born, good education and Instruc tion. to teach own language. BER LITZ. at 839 17th at. n.w —18 MAN. construction, poster panels, paint signs and steel roof structures. State age, capability and salary. Box 429-D. Star. —17 MEN—Excel, openings In astablished territories for a tew honeat reliable men, no experience necessary. An axperlencad man will train you. Ex cel. earnings. Apply FULLER BRUSH CO., 979 National Press Bldg., 14th and F ats. n.w., or call DI. 4477, or DI. 3498. —16 MEN (3) HANDICAPPED—In co-op eration with "National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week.1* we have openings for 3 men to assist manager In circulation aaleswork. Apply 9-10 am., Bm. 438 victor Bldg.. 724 9th at. n.w., Wait, l.—jl# YOUNO MAN. 21 to 30, pleasing personality to call on architects and contractors In Metropolitan D. C. and Northern . Virginia for national concern; no gelling: vacation with nay. straight salary plus expenses; opportunity for advancement; auto mobile absolutely necessary. Reply. Box 2Q8-B. Star.—17 YOUNG MAN About 35 year* of age with gome ex perience tn property management for large established real estate management offlee; salary *46 par week with apartment for excellent future. Apply Monday. 5 p.m. at Mark Winkler Management 1117 Vermont ave. n w., RE. 6300. ____ Young MAN for clerical work In mlllwork department. Box 48-D, T$&NG MAN, (or all-round drug store work, 3 nights per wk„ 6 to 10. every ether Sun., 9 a m. to 6 pro.; 70e per hr. Apply In person. MORRIS'S PHARMACY, 300 11th YOUNG MAN with knowledge "of en graved social and commercial sta tionery. capable of selling to hlsh claii trade In engraving or printing storg and executing orders through factory. Excel, opportunity for right ptyaon. Do not apply unleag experi enced. Box 393-D, star. —10 ONI MAN TO DO PAINTING and earpantry work. Call HI. 5611, after 6 P.m. —16 YOUNG MAN. familiar with boats, for Fla., winter cruise, expanses and small salary. Apply Box 438-D, Star. —lfl YOUNG MEN. ageg 3S-S6. must be college graduates willing to aeegpt assignment to other cities to train for positions in claims dent, of Nation-wide casualty Insurance company. AAtrtc. starting salary with excel, opportunity for ad vancement. Write letter stating education, business expar., ate. Box 190-D. SUr. —1« . ATTENTION. YOUNG MEN. IS to 24, free to travel to Florida for winter, auto tranap. furnished, txpanses ad vanced. working with group of boys for nationally knodn tales concern. See MR. B. H. MASON. Hotel Cairo. 18th and Qua eta. n.w.. hours 1 to S p.m. No phone calls pleas#. —16 HUP MIN AMBITIOUS MAN of character, vision and initiative.' *26-50—Prefer one familiar with mfg techniques, must be unemployed and desirous of ren dering a much-needed service to mftx For interview write fully, stating age. business background and phone number. MR. HOL BROOK P O. Box 7410. Washing ton 4. D. C —17 OFFICE, general contractor, young man. high school graduate, technical education and some experience de sirable. State age. education, ex perience and salary desired. Box 4‘6-D Star. —16 AMBITIOUS MAN of character, vision and initiative. *26-,>0; prefer one experienced in manufacturing methods. Must be unemployed and desirous of rendering a much needed service to manufacturers. For in terview write fully stating age. busi ness background and Dhone num ber. MR HOLBROOK. P. O. Box 7410. Wash. (4). D. C. —16 EXPERIENCED A-1 AUTO radiator repairman; highest salary paid in the city. Vacation with pay. bonus, off all legal holidays with pay Ap ply 6**0 Cst.se. 1 64 AD PRINT SILK SCREEN PROCESS INC., 22668 Champlain street n.w. We have openings for 6 experienced men in silk screen reproduction plant. Top salary and best of wo^kint conditions. Apply in person. —J >5 •2nd COOK, colored, to do all around kitchen work. Apply at 1006 You st. n.w . *2nd floor. —15 ! EX-GI MEDIC. Wanted lor care ot elderly, partly paralized gentleman, tn private fam ily: ft a m, to ti:.'tO p m ; Sunday* on: lifting required, simple nursing care, $16o mo. Write, giving age, height, weight, exper. Refs. Box dit'J-D, Star._—1 7 3rd CLASS ENGINEER For Urge food commissary. Should be familiar w'ith commercial re frigeration units. Midnight shift. Apply MR. BURGESS. 810 Connec ticut ave._ -—16 SALESMEN_ AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN—We now have an opening for 2 salesmen with automobile Jelling exper. Our plan of compensation, we believe, equals the best. For interviews, please call ST. 9100 and ask for sales manager’s office. CAPITAL OARAOE Washington's largest Nash dealer. 1320 N. Y. ave. n.w. — 17 SALESMEN—We need 2 young, ambi tious, hard-working men for fhe lob of sales representative. We will give complete training. Opport for high staple earnings. Apply in person, Mon Wed and Fn . 7 to 9 p m Ask for Niland. HANDLEY MOTOR CO 0323 Ga ave. n w —15 ROOFING AND SIDING — Highest commissions Paid. Fast work, no waiting for your money. Also other home improvements to sell. Write Box 313-E. Star. 17* SALESMAN—college graduate: ex cellent opportunity for an reliable, aggressive man. Box 4-G Star, 16* SALESMAN—experienced only, for established territory to sell sani tary chemicals and janitor supplies; liheral drawing account and com missions; w'onderful opportunity. Do not apply unless experienced. Write UNITED SANITARY CHEMI CALS CO , 29 8. Howard st.. Balti more. Maryland. —17 SALESMEN, good, fast-selling elertrl cal appliances: highest commission. ARTCRAFT FLUORESCENT CORP . 830 K st. n.w. For appointment call TA 5001. —15 A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY for the right men! The only company of its kind In the Washington area! Old established factory selling an exclusive product, made on the premises, direct to home owners. If you can qualify, minimum earn ings are SI50 per week! A car will be helpful, but is not necessary. Call MR. OLIVER at Otis 8016 mornings between 8 and 12. —18 YOUNG MAN to solicit Job printing for one of Wahlngton’s largest lob printers; established 35 years. Must be local resident and have some selling experience: salary $50 per week to start; bonus on sales above Quota. No automobile neces -sary. State qualifications in letter. Box 7-G Star. —16 * CANVASSERS WANTED—men who have been successful In newspaper circulation work preferred. We pay a good salary and a cash bonus for 5 day week, call MI. 5986. or TE. *8085. Sat. between 6-8 p.m. only._____ SALES executive Looking for a substantial salary and overwrite plus the privilege of earn ing Ire personal commission and a chance to grow with the oldest and i largest company In our field. We are ’ looking for 3 capable men, age 30 45. married, who have a successful ! record of sales, hiring and manage i ment with direct-to-consumer prod | ucts or services. This is not a soft touch but Is a real opport. Outline background to Box 494-D. Star. _ _ —17 SALESMEN WE WANT FOUR Good, reliable automobile salesmen who are Interested In volume busi ness: compensation basis far above average. One of the largest dealer ships in Wash. All applications will , be held in strict confidence. Give full qualifications and exper. when answering. Box '108-H, Star. •—17 Sell Adding Machines For $12.95! Make 49%! Make over 830 a day selling nation ally advertised adding machines for only $12.95. complete They re desk model portables, precision-built bus iness machines, fully guaranteed; easy to operate! Amazingly easy to sell! 8end for life-size color photo and full details. Write today to LIGHTNING ADDING MACHINE CO.. INC., Dept. ZL. 543 South Spring st.. Log Angeles 13, Calif. HELP MEN AND WOMEN ONE OF WASHINGTON’S leading office supply and furniture stores has. Immediate openings for outside sales persofinel: experienced pre ferred but wiil Interview others. Salary plus liberal commission. Box PORTRAIT^STUDIO. photographer manager. Excellent opportunity with national organization for experi enced Individual with pleasant per sonality and selling ability. Salary plus commission. Call ST. 8855 for appointment for Interview. —lit DECORATOR-SALESMAN, experienced In slip cover, upholstery and furni ture sales: good opportunity. Apply HOFFMANN UPHOLSTERERS. 1711 14th st. n.w. —21 MAN OR WOMAN piano or ac cordion plaver. with exper Apply ROBIN HOOD REST., 142’J K st n.w. ___ —1 B FUR FINISHER First-class worker can get steady po sition. at top pay. with GARTEN HAUS FURS. PE. 1430:_^__=^17^_ HELP WOMEN BEAUTY SALON OPERATORS Experienced, 5-day, 40-hour week. f 20% discount on purchases. % Apply Personnel Office Fourth Floor S. KANN SONS CO. —it. HELP WOMEN (Cor»tJ_ ALTERATION WOMAN, white only, experienced suits and dresses: only experienced need apply WILHETL MIN A ADAMS, 3*214 P fct. n.w., Georgetown. *—18 ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER and typ ist: automobile exper. pref but not nee.; wonderful working cond : opp. to advance. S45 week 10 start. Ap ply Mr Kuv. AUTO WHOLESALERS. INC,. 17.41 Bladensburg rd. n.e. —is ASSORTERS, also markers, experi enced preferred. Apply WASHING TON LAUNDRY, 2027 K si. n.w. ---17 i BEAUTICIAN—Must be neat; top sal ary; one of Washingtons leading shops Call JU. 7-81408 bet. 7 30! and 9:30 p.m. —10 BEAUTICIANS, all around. Including; manicuring; also male stylist , top j salary. MR. WILUAM. HU. 7 02*.i _ _ —19? BOOKKEEPER or assistant, general; knowledge of bookkeeping, with ex pert nee in accounts receivable; ability to type or operate Reming ton-Rand bookkeeping machine; 39 hour, 5Va-day week: vacation and hospital plan. Cull Mr Saxe. WI. »if>22 I 8 TUROVER. 47 25 Be thesda ave.. Bethesda, Mtl —Ifi BOOKKEEPER, full charge, auto, experience preferred; nL-flav wk., S5i» wk to start, with excellent op portunity for advancement. AUTO WHOLESALERS INC. 17 31 RJa densbura rd. n.e.. RE. 8044. —‘20 BOOKKEEPER-STENO Mort. loans and real estate. McCLAINE PROP ERTIES, 21t)t) Wilson blvd., CH. 3300. j _ _ —17 Bookkeeper-Typist Complete charge of office; must be fast, accurate, thoroughly exper ; excellent working conditions; sal ary commensurate with experience and ability; easily accessibly by public transportation. Box 413-D, S', ar._—1 5 _ BOOKKEEPING machine operator, I NCR 3000. with commercial office and some credit experience: perma nent. with chance for advancement; an established concern. Call MR. MORRISON. DI. J 750. —15 BOOKKEEPING MACHINE operator! Commercially experienced and rap- j id; Remington Rand No 85 type-1 writer equipment, steady employ ment with Ige. local wholesale hard-; ware firm. Submit applications to Box 230-H. Star —Id BOOKKEEPING MACHINE operator, experienced or desire to learn; j excellent salary, good working con ditions Call LI 3-HlOh. —Id ! CASHIER with knowledge of typing, capable of taking phone calls and relaying messages, some clerical work. 5-day. 40-hr. wk. Call Mrs. i Campbell. GE. 0500. for appt. SOUTHERN BUILDING SUPPLY CO . INC . 325 Cedar st. n.w . Ta koma Park, D. C. —17 CASHIER, white, for high-type drug store. Cal! in person. DORCHES TER PHARMACY. 2480 l«th st. o.w. —Id CASHIER, exp. NCR 2,000 operator; retail jewelry store 5-day week; typing. Box 367-B. Star. —16 CASHIER-SALESGIRL — Mu at have exp and local refs ; 0 to (> p m., no Sundays. WOODLAWN PH ARM .. 1210 N Glebe rd., OX SflftW). —15 CASHIER-TYPIST, experienced pre ferred. for credit jewelry store; < pleasant surroundings: paid vaca tions many company benefits; splendid opportunity for the right person. Apply in person. KENT JEWELERS. 701 7th st. n.w. —15 CIGAR CLERK-CASHIER, exper . lqr 3 to 11 p.m. shift, excel, salary, meals turn. Apply in person, 5d3d Conn ave. n.w. —Id CLERK, white, under 40. for dry cleaning store; must be able to do minor repairs Apply before 9 or! after 4 BROOKLAND VALET. 3738 loth st n e. —Id i CLERK for sales audit work in credit office of fine men's specialty shop, excel, opport., bright future: perm Apply to Mr. Aiken. OROSNER. of 1325 F st. n.w. —IP CLERK-GENERAL OFFICE WORKER, able to type and relieve on PX board Apply Mrs. Strauss MAZOR MAS TERPIECES. DU 7th st. n.w. —15 CLERK-TYPIST. apply H. J. TAY LOR. Bergmann's Laundry, 623 G st. n.w .—15 COUNTER GIRL, experience not nec essary; good opportunity for steady j employment; 3 meals furnished. Ap-' Ply in person. EWARTS CAFE TERIA. 522 13th st. n.w. —15 COUNTER GIRI.S. white FIVE BROTHERS RESTAURANT. College Park. nr. University ot Md. WA. 974:!. —19 CURB SERVICE GIRL, white; no ex perience necessary; 5 p.m. till mid night. Call alter 4 p.m., HI. 4333 —Id DENTAL ASSISTANT, exper. white, neat and intelligent. AT. 8855 or RA. 1«44 —15 FILE CLERK-TYPIST—*15 week: .Vi days. Apply manager's office. SHORE HAM HOTEL, 2500 Calvert st. n.w.j —is ; FOOD CHECKER for grocery store: excellent hours, good salary. Apply j 3423 Connecticut ave -—15 FOUNTAIN GIRL, colored, experi enced; night work. PARK LANE' PHARMACY. 2029 Eye st. n.w. —!« FOUNTAIN GIRL, white. *35 a wk., no Sundays, meals and tips, sand- i wich block exper. essential HOTEL ROOSEVELT PHARM , l«th and V sts. n.w. —20 : HAIR. DYER. A-l. finger waver, wanted for busy ultramodern shop in n.w. section: excel, salary. Call TU 0050 CHARLES HAIR STYL IST. 123 Missouri ave. n.w. —18 i HOSTESSES AND Dining Room Managers 25 to 38 for large restaurant chain: I must be thoroughly experienced in supervising employes and handling customers' relations; excellent sal ary for qualified person. Apply to MR. BURGESS. 810 Conn. ave. n.w. —lft MANICURIST AMBASSADOR HO TEL BARBER SHOP. —IK MARKERS, also assorters, experi enced preferred. Apply WASHING TON LAUNDRY, 2027 K st. n.w. —17 MASSEUSE, white, exper . hours 11 to K. 5 days: age 80-85; refs req. and given, RE. 8'iSH. —15 NURSE, white, to live in: 25-40; pri vate hospital. CO. 4764. —17 NURSE WANTED, registered, for lge. hospital, to art as supervisor of night nursing services. State refs, and exper. Apply Box 1P3-D. Star. —lft PBX OPERATOR, experienced; excel lent opportunity for competent in dividual: good working conditions, permanent position. Apply LUBAR, INC. 1300 G st. n.w. —10 PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE, with de gree or certificate in Public Health nursing. Write giving qualifications to ALEXANDRIA HEALTH DEPT ._ —lft RESTAURANT WORKER. colored girl; knowledge of cooking neces sary. Apn|y Sunday only. 1-5 p.m.. 805 4th at, n.w.. EDDIE GRILL. » SALESCLERKS Applications FOR FULL TIME WORK Are Now Being Accepted AT NEISNER'S 5c TO *1 STORE EMPLOYE BENEFITS INCLUDE: 1 SICK LEAVE AFTER 3 M08. 2. PAID HOLIDAYS 3. VACATION AFTER ft MOS 4. STEADY AND INTERESTING WORK 5. CHANCE FOR ADVANCEMENT. e Enjov your work In downtown Wash ington's newest and most modern 6c to si store. COME IN AND SEE MRS. CHWAT THIRD FLOOR. ANY AFTERNOON. NEISNER BROS. 5c to $1 Store 12th it G STS. N.W. _ —IB SALESLADY—Must have experience in ladies' suit and coat department. WONDER CLOTHES. 837 T st. n.w. SALESLADY, lull time. Apply”KEN JMEDY 5 AND 10, 440 Kennedy^st. SALESLADY and assistant manager, in ladies' specialty ahop. for sports wear. lingerie and hosiery; pleasant and desirable position. Apply 1117 G st. n.w. —15 SALESLADY, lingerie and accessories; must he experienced: 5Va-day week; excellent salary and commission. See Mr. Heffner, MARILYN'S, 904 14th at. n.w —18 SALESLADIES, millinery and ready to-wear: only experienced need ap ply: excellent salaries; immediate openings. 1018 Conn. ave. —18 SALESLADIES—Applications accepted for full time or Sat. work. 8. 8. KRESGE CO.. 6536 Conn. ave. n.w. —16 HELP WOMEN SALESLADIES, WHITE Wanted to sell Maisonette frock \ Try our bonus award plan Write STEWART BURGER. Boetler rri. (White Oaks), Silver Spring. Md. — lti SALESLADIES In our new air-conditioned store: full and part time. Apply Mrs. Burns. F. W. WOOLWORTH, 3700 14th st n.w.___—I ' SALESLADIES—Ladies' hose, direct from factory to consumer; good earnings. Write Box 37-G, Star. Id* SALESLADIES for children's wear, must be experienced; good salary to start, steady position, short hours. Apply CABOT'S. 1230 F st. n.w. _ —15 Saleswomen for our new silver Spring store, in costmpe jewelry and silver dept. Apply between 0 a.m. and 17 noon, to Mr Good win. CHARLES SCHWARTZ & SON. 70S 7th st. n.w. Prefer residence of Silver Soring and vicinity. —1 ♦; SALESWOMEN, full and part time; must be thoroughly exper. in suits and dresses. Excel, salary. SHEF FIELDS 3071 14th st. n.w. —Id SEAMSTRESS. Ist-rlass. for draperies and slip covers; permanent position; good salary. Apply in person VIRGA A. CO., 712d Wisconsin ave., Be the.sda, Md. —10 SEAMSTRESS and alteration woman: excellent salary; immediate open ing. Apply at once, 1018 Conn. ave. —71 SEAMSTRESS, for drapery work. 5 day wk . good pay Apply at MOD ERN UPHOLSTERERS, 3730 loth st. ne. DU 27.’H. —it) SECRETARIAL ASSISTANT to edi tor of national magazine; live in large pvt. residence, 50 mi. from Washington with freedom of per sonal movement to city. Starting salary $1,800 per annum plus ex cellent room and board with in crease or termination in 2 mos. Typing 75: under 30. driver’s license, college degree. Imaginative thinking, critical ability, sense o! humor and social sense are abso lutely necessary. Mail detailed ap plication to YONDER LEA, Route 1, Warrenton Va. SECRETARY—Immediate opening for young woman, not over 30. with previous commercial background, ability recognized. HUGH REILLY CO. 1334 New York ave. n.w.. NA. 17 03.___—1 fl Secretary-Stenographer 20 to 40 years old; good salary, permanent position, 512-day week. Large apartment development. Ar lington resident preferred. Inter esting position affording diversified type of work. Buckingham com munity. 313 N. Glebe rd,. Arling ton. Va.. CH. 5000. —10 SILK FINISHERS—Very good Piece rate, vacation with pay. Each per son covered by insurance, etc. Apply OFFICIAL CLEANER8. 3740 Minn, ave n.e —17 SILK PRE8SER for retail dry clean ing plant; steady job; good pay to a thoroughly cxper and reliable finisher. CENTRAL CLEANERS. 323 Carroll st. n.w. —15 SODA DISPENSER, colored. exDer., behind busy fountaih only; good hours and pay. QUIGLEY’S. 21st and O sts. n.w. —17 STENOGRAPHER—Prefer young per son with minimum of 3 yrs. exp.: permanent position with local con cern. Handwriting must be neat. Apply to MR. BURGESS, 810 Conn, ave _ —17 STENOGRAPHER Perm, position with attr. future in wholesale plumbing and heating supply house for accurate, ambi tious girl; exper. pref. but not es sential if applicant Is qualified, willing worker- 5-day wk.; salary. $1.8oo to $-.000 per yr. Apply Miss Wittstatt. ST. 0050. NOLAND CO.. INC. _138 K St N E STENOGRAPHER-CLERK Large real estate of fice requires the serv- ' ices of a young lady in our Insurance Dept. Prefer one who has had insurance experience, but one with some busi ness experience will be considered. Must also be a moderately fast and accurate typist. Pleasant surroundings, permanent position, no Saturday work, lunches furnished. Good salary to start. In reply state age, experience and salary expected. Box 209-Z, Star. __ —TO_ TELEPHONE-OPERATOR and recep ttontat for local insurance co. Call RE. 0123. —lfi TELEPHONE SOLICITORS, commis sion basis. Advertising campaign. Box 245-D, Star. —1« TYPISTS wanted for evening work, filling m form letters. 8 to 10 p m.. 4 evenings week; state age. typing speed when leplylna Box 121-II, . fit jr.—18 TYPISTS Immediate Openings 5-Day, 40-Hr. Week Apply Employment Office Main Bldg., 9th Floor 9:30 to 6 Daily WOODWARD & LOTHROP TYPIST-CLERkT wilUngT'alertTsinsle. age 25-35. pleasing personality: must be able to meet public. Don’t apply if you arc afraid to work, or if you aren't able to apply your i self conscientiously: no day dream ers. OL. 7800. Arlington resident. —19 : WAITRESS, white, neat, exper.. to | work in delicatessen. 6 p.m. to 11 I p.m. Apply in person. KAYWOOD ! DELICATESSEN. 2301 Varnum st.. Mount Rainier. —18 WAITRESS—BALDERSON'S GRILL. 132 So Wayne st.. Arl.. Va. fWash ingtou-Lee Shopping Center I. OX. 4746. —15 1 WAITRESS, colored. light-skinn. d; ; experienced, fountain only. Apply 111 pershn. DORCHESTER PHAR MACY. 2480 16th st. n.w. - 16 WAITRESS, experienced: 525 wk. plus tips. Apply FEDERAL GRILL. Baltimore-Wash, pike, at Sunnyslde rd.. Berwyn. Md. —17 WAITRESS, exper.; steady job. 6-day wk.. no Suns. Apply in person, after 11 a m. at 1706 K st. n w. _ —16 WAITRESS WANTED for exclusive night club. Only very exper. need apply. Interview after 5 p.m.. 1020 Vermont ave. n.w,_—16 WAITRESSES Young women, between 18 and 36, who are Interested In waitress work at night. Positions located in Washington. D. C. Excellent work ing conditions. These positions of fer a good income with meals and uniforms furn.. paid vacation, in surance and hospitalisation. Apply MISS MCCORMICK. Hot Shoppe's personnel office, 810 Conn ave. n.w. ___- 17 WAITRESSES BETHESDA Attractive young women, bet. 1R-35. who are interested in waitress work in Bethesda; salary plus tips, meals and uniforms furnished; excel, em ployment benefits. Apply manager, BETHESDA HOT SHOPPE. 7501 Wis. ave., Bethesda, Md. •—17 HELP WOMEN WAITRESSES, experienced in Kosher .style food. Apply in person. SOLO MON'S RESTAURANT. 129 Kennedy st. n w. - ' tj GIRLS, colored < 3 >. for busy grill, 5 day week, good pay and Ups Apply Monday EVERYBODY'S GRILL. S'i N st. s.e. * WOMAN, age 25 „o 45. to manage insurance anency in Ail., Va . mu : have agent's license be reliable and weil versed in yyr.ry operation. Reply, giving -age. salary expected, exper.; assured future for right parry. Box 133-D, Star. —17 WOMAN, white, age 23-35. interested in part-time work 3 days a v.n. 10 am. to 2 p.m. Massage, spot re ducing and exercise leadership. Period of training necessary, un less experienced. !rl per hr. when : qualified. Apply Tue.*-. and Tnur I 10 a.nr. till 1 p.m.. RILL HUT ZELLS PHYSICAL FITNESS CLUB 1719 K st. n.w.. bsmt. —13 WOMAN. Spanish or South American born, good education and instruc tion. to teach own language. BER LITZ SCHOOL, at 839 171h st n.w —13 YOUNG LADY, with knowledge of engraved social and commercial stationery, capable of selling to high-class trade in engraving or printing store and executing orders through factory, excel, opportunity lor right person Do not apply unless experienced. Box 394-D. . Star —13 YOUNG WOMAN, for gen office wk. Wholesale paper house. Box 24'-D. OFFICE OPENING by national con cern fo» young woman with knowl edge of typewriting, bookkeeping ajid general office detail. Box 493 E. Star. —13 NEED CHRISTMAS MONEY? Pleas ant work; lull-time and exper. not required. AVON PRODUCTS. RE. 81 ns —15 BANK IN ARL., VA. has openings for young women. 18 to 30, to train for responsible bank posi tions: must be high school gradu ate and be able to use typewriter. Unusual co. benefits. Box 437-D. Star. —17 ELDERLY’ LADY’ to take care of semi-invalid nights. Call mornings, ! 10-12, AT 7839 —13 COLLECTIONS—Experience in credit ; or collection work; 25-45. with local, background. Responsible office po sition. Permanent. Call EX. 7235, Ext. 4, after 9 a m. —17 i WANTED—Licensed practical nurse with hospital experience, white or colored; general duty. 8-hour day 9-day week; live in with complete maintenance: good salary. Write 1 superintendent of nurses, Mt. Pleas ant. Reisterstown, Md. —13 RETAIL FABRICS—Age 72 to 35; some retail selling experience nec essary; good salary plus commis sion. YARDSTICK. 928 P st. n.w. — 13 COUNTER-GRILL general and short orders, lax** chaive of shift and build a business for yourseif; lair v.ate to begin- modernizing for easier working arrangements. Call I 9 a in to ” p m., open Sundays. 1313 Lee hwy. at end of Rosslyn cailine. —17 finance CO., tn Arl.. Va.. ha* openings for young women. 18 to ! -20. to train for highly responsible I positions; must have high school education and be able to use type writer. Box 495-D, Star. —17 ! START LIVING; an easy way to raise money; sell Christmas and everyday cards, stationery and napkins with name on; make up to 75c per box. Costs nothing to try Samples on approval. MERIT. 370 Plane st., Dept. 804. Newark 2. N. J. Executive Housekeeper Cal! OR. 4000, Ext. 427 or 528. ______—1 8_ UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY .3 attractive ladies, 18-24. travel Calif.. Floricfc winter. Northern re sorts summer, assisting ladv mgr. with circ. campaign; no exper. nec., we train you; average $80 weekly, with drawing acct. and transp. fur nished. For interview apply in person, Mia? RUOCCHIO. Cairo Hotel. JBth and Que, evenings. 7-0 pm__IS* HELP DOMESTIC COOK, g.h w., while! age 25-40: must live in: must have references. Cal! GE 3002. —18 COOK for convalescent. home: give Rationality; previous training, ex perience and salary. Box 392-0. Star. —18 COOK, experienced: live in or out; other help employed. TA. 8322. ■—1 5 COOK-G.H.W.. colored, small fam ily: conv. downtown location; 5 day wk . *25; sleep in: other help kept; must be good cook, reliable and intelligent; best. rels. req. 0E 3831. —16 COl PI.E—525 wk. plus tel., 2 rms. and full' bath and board, for re sponsible cple, or student and wife. Woman to work full time: man from 4:30 to 7:30 and all day Sat. and Sun. morn.. Thurs. and Sun., afternoons off for both. Box 104 Z. Star. —16 COUPI.E. with husband employed, or single woman, colored: g.h.w. and cooking; must like children;' live In: references required, $25 wk. WI. 0421. —17 CPLE. WANTED—Willing to live in: man able to drive and butler; wife cook and some housework; telephone any morning after 10 am. WO. 3341. —17 G.H.W.-COOK. 25-40: Chevy Chase: live in: exper. and refs. req. Every other Sat. and Sun. off: $25 wk. State qualifications. Box 248-Z Star. —16 G.H.W., a little cooking, laundry: Green Valley girl preferred: good salary and hours. CH. 7202. G.H.W.. live in; upstairs rm.. pvt. bath; 3 adults; exper.; Bendlx: 5Va day wk., local refs. RA. 8610. —17 GHW. must be experienced, fond of children; shirts done out; no cook ing; GE washer; sleep in: nice coun try home; pref. resident Layhill. Wheaton or Norbeck. LO. 5-8755. G.H.W.. reliable, dependable, clean, help with infant and 3-yr.-old girl; city reference; Bendlx: 6 days. 8:30 6:30. $22. REW239. G.H.W. experience with children, under 45: live In lovely home. Call WO. 8406, —17 G.H.W.. settled girl, fond of children, stay in 3 nights; references re quired; 5‘j-day week. TA. 4369. — 16 G.H.W. — Plain cooking. personal laundry, no men's shirts, electric dishwasher, disposal. Live in nicely furn.'rm., pvt. bath; $75 per mo. Every Sun. and ta dav (Thurs.) off. House nr. bus. White middle aged woman wanted who appreci ates a new pleasant steady home, consisting of only 3 empl. adults. Write giving experience and refs, to F. KOSTER. 2901 -Kanawha st. n.w —16 GIRL. 3 days week. cook, g.h w. and laundry, reliable: ;ood refs, re quired. Call DI. 8637. GIRL, for g.h.w.: live In. upstairs rm.; not necessary to stay every night. Local references. WO. 3732. If no answer, call WO. 9596. —16 HOUSEKEEPER, white, to care for home and 21-month-old boy while couple works; nice mod. home for refined parson: $15 week and room and board; refs. req. Box 391-0. *tar —Hi HOUSEKEEPER, exper. to live in doctor’s home; 2 small children; Plain cooking and light laundry; only person of good character with refs, need aoply. SH. 5593. —16 HOUSEKEEPER, mature, white or colored for father and son in 5 room house, suburban Bethesda on 0-2 busline; 3 to 8 p.m.. 5-day week; plan, prepare and serve dinner, daily housekeeping chores but no heavy cleaning or laundry; Inventory and upkeep of household linens and wardrobe of junior high sthool boy. Box 476-E. Star 16* HOUSEKEEPER, white, around 50 or over, to keep house for children 13. 10. S and father Call TA. 8910. Frl. after u. all day Sat.. Sun. —10 MAID, live in. mother's helper, assist with care of 3 children; pvt. rcom, salary *20 wk. TA. 7209. — !5 MAID—2-7, 6-day wk ; gen. h i.. cook dinner for 3 adults; n.w sec.; re!«. req.; $17 wk. Box 497-0, Star. —18 MAID, live in. plain cooking, g.h.w.: must Be fond of children; recent local refs.: $25. DU. 0121. —18 MAID-G.H.W., live in; must have references: only persons desiring perm, position need apply. $25 wk. WI. 4033. * —10 WANTED—Colored woman to care for 2 children and Mght housekeeping In apt.: 5-day week. Call after 5 p.m., LU. 3-0328. —16 WANTED—Couple, white, or woman to care for 2 small children. 5 days week: turn. rm. with small salary. Call JA. 4-0359. —10 WHITE WOMAN, care of children, l.h.k. No objection to mother with small child. Live in or out. OW. 0181, after 0 or week end. —10 EARN IN TOUR EXTRA TIME, clean up supper during week, g.h.w. Sat. through Sun. noon meal; 3 In fam ily; live in; *10 per wk. Call EM. 1819. —10 2 WOMEN, cook and chambermaid waitress; willing to live in; telephone WO. 3341 any morning after 10 am. —17 ELDERLT LAD i. to live in. and take eare of 4-yr.-old child while mother works nights. Call AL. 7184. —16 HELP DOMESTIC (Cont.) RESPECTABLE WHITE WOMAN, nol over .V* yrs. of age, strong and well; Protestant to live with elderly couple: do light housekeeping, no hard work. For information, ca.l AD 16-.M_ — 1 6 SITUATIONS MIN __ ACCOINTAN'T. received DCS with honors, will graduate with MCS in •Jan.; looking for position with CPA firm, or other permanent position. Call LI. 4-4285 after ft p.m. 16* ACCOUNTANT — Books started an* kept. Part time. Statements, taxes. Franklin 1377. lb* AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC, man. col ored. desires full-time Job; has full set of tools. FR. 8622. 17* BOOKKEEPING, man. college trained; specializing in office supervision, time keeping, payroll, audit, cashier; professional services at a price you ran afford. Box 462-E. Star. 16* CHAUFFEUR, college man. desire* occasional evening or week-end work as personal chauffeur; small cost. Box 133-D. Star. —-15 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER, part-time, design and drafting. light and power. VI. 6516. 17* ENGINEER. experienced with oil burners; apt. and garden type; D. C. and Maryland license. Box 428-K. Star J 6* FELLOW GIDEONS—Retired Gov ernment employe, age 55. 31 yrs. service, mostly in Washington; ex cellent health, desires clerical work, private firm; total abstainer all harmful habits. TATE HACKNEY, 1215 Riverside dr., Gainesville. Ga. 17* GEORGETOWN foreign serv. student, junior class, veteran desires part time morning work. HU 4726. 15* HANDYMAN, driver's permit, want* full-time job. LU 3-0123. —16 INDUSTRIAL ENGINEER, specialist in installation of effective personnel cost controls and wage rates struc ture. Also related phases of per sonnel administration. Salary of contract considered. Box 33-H. 8?ar, ~ MALE ATTENDANT^ Hospital experience, desires private case, free to travel; weekdays call NO. 2316, Sundays and evenings, HO. 72J‘6._ 16 PERSONNEL administrative assiftt ant. young married man. local ref., exper. finance, administrative detail work. MR. TAYLOR. OL. 4266. 16* PORTER, messenger or day's work, man, colored, refined; D. C. permits refs. HU. 6011. • PORTER, colored, experienced. Call North 2758 • REFGR. AND A. C. TECH., desire* position as jr. application engineer; recently completed intensive 2-year course, has some practical exper. ia refgr. C. J. PIKUL, 1704 19th n w. * 1R* REAL ESTATE combination sale* man and office work, 2 years ex perience as salesman, exper. book keeper-typist Box 31-G. Star. 16* RESTAURANT MAN. desires job a* assistant. 20 yrs. experience. 4 to 7 p.m.. AX 6780. 16* WATCHMAN OR GUARD, middle-age* man desires job. EM 8633. 15* VET, 24, married, one child, with car. some college edu.. desires per manent employment. JO. 2-16l*£, 15* MAN, colored, desires work at nighty cleaning offices, helper on truck of kitchen helper-. VI 0038. —16 EXPER. STEWARD desires 1ob. sober and steady; local reference*, TU 2874. MR.JjRAY. SITUATIONS MENI & WOMEN BOOKKEEPERS, accountants, clerks typists, general office workers and salespeople available for afternoon and evening positions while at tending school. Many are expert, encea and majority are veteran*. If you need oart-time employes, call BENJAMIN FRANKLIN UNI VERSITY EMPLOYMENT SERVICE, 1100 16th st. n.w.. Republic 2262. —10 WILL OO PUBLIC RELATIONS fo» worthy cause or endeavor, group cr individual. Box 4S8-E, Star. _ 17* . SITUATIONS WOMEN ASST, bookkeeper! experience^! full or pari time. Box 4.30-E. Star. 16* BABY SITTER, exper.. refined lady. 50c per hr., eves. only. Call SL, 4407. —10 COLLEGE GRAD., fine arts, desirei work where an training of valuel salary not primary object. Box 188 D. Star —17 COLLEGE GRADUATE. Spanish ml joe. typing, wants permanent posi tion. WI 3000. except Sat. —If) COMPANION and chaperon: matura lady; will sew. cook, supervise house hold. travel; best rets. MI. 4770 17* COMPANION—Refined woman, neat, with references, desires positions also cook: for lady. CO. 9692 Iron 1 to 2 Saturday and Sunday. 16* GIRL, colored, desires night work, kitchen helper or dishwasher. EX. 5220. —16 HOUSEKEEPEH. com#., nu/se. refined white widow wishes duties in adult home. Box 266-E^ Star. OFFICE WORKER. American-Filipino girl.* attractive, desires position aa receptionist, general office work, typ ist. etc.; exp. Box 476-E. Star. 16* P.B.X. OPR., colored, desires position, day or night: will accept other work; can type: willing to learn elevator! refs. MI. 7088. 16* PRACTICAL N'CRSE. white, able-bod ied. wants night duty: semi-invalid! refs. UN. 8566. 15* STENOGRAPHIC WORK, high-class, in or out your office. Editing man uscripts. Box 484-E. Star. 17* TYPIST desires work, dona at horn#, accurate: addressing and stuffing en ••p’ooas. etc. AT. 3532. 16* TYTING WANTED—Envelope address, ing. stuffing, etc., at home. 3200 16th st. n.w., AD. 1585. 17* TYPIST WANTS WORK at home! envelope addressing, letters, reports o- »«cnu-crints. OV. 2555, -—75 EXPERIENCED secretary, stepog. rapher, clerk; 34; rapid typist, col lege, appearance, reliable, perma nent. Box 452-E, Star. 15* 2 COLORED GIRLS want office work, day and night/good education. Call LI. 6-1532. 19* _ SITUATIONS DOMESTIC CHAMBERMAID or g.h.w.—2 girls, colored, desire day’s work; no cook ing; live out. LI. 6-0199. 16* COOK, white, experienced: no Serv ing; references; live in. Box 15-G.* Star. 16* GENERAL HOUSEWORK — Woman, 1 colored, desires day's work.^ar.y weekdays. ME 9242. 1«* G.H.W.. girl, white, to live in, cook, wait table, etc. Ref. JO. 2-6676. : G.H.W. wants day’s work on Tuesday or Wednesday; reliable and efficient, ST. 1640. 16* i G.H.w., young colored lady wishes I day's work. Also laundry. Ref. VI 0959. - * GIRL, colored, desires housework and care of children. 5 days week; food refs. DI. 6608. GIRL, colored, exper. with children, either by day or wk. WI. 502.1. , —16 ■ GIRL, colored, desires g.h.w.. stays I nights. - EX. 4858. — GIRL, colored, exper.: g.h.w.. fight cooking and serving. DI. 4*940. 16* MAID, colored, desires full-time po sition doing g.h.w. and cooking; capable of taking complete charge; references. MI. 7088. 16* WOMAN. colored. wants job as mother's helper; good refs. Call ; DI. 2094. WOMAN, colored, wants day's work, cleaning, laundry, maid job, up stairs work. AD. 8418. Good refs. WOMAN, colored, desires days' work; laundry preferred. EX. 6695. <• WOMAN, white, settled, desires chok ing or general housework; preferfcblo i suburbs or country; A-l reference. Box 480-E. Star.16* INSTRUCTION COURSES PIANO INSTRUCTION—Grad. F^n 1 hattan School of Music, beginners, advanced: classical, popular: down town studio; S?2 lesson. ST. ti0«4. ARE YOU HELD BACK for lack of some special training? The I. C. 8. can help you. The I. C. S. teach over 400 courses covering most fields. GI approved. For com plete Information, call I C. 8., Rm. 210, Bond Bide. ME 8168. SPANISH TAUGHT—Direct method or grammatically; pvt. or class tnstr. ' PROF. RICARDO MUNOZ, DE. 3804. ’18* FORMER JUNIOR COLLEGE Instmp tor tutors h.-s. students, mwh.. Physics, chemistry. French *nd others. HU. 4245. 8 p m. to P p.m. —10 VOCALISTS—Coaching. accomp..2S years' exper.. all types music. 2t58 Cathedral ave, n.w., HU, 8511. —IP LEARN. ACCORDION — Inatrument loaned to you for trial period. Call AP. 2P81 weekdays only. —IF MODERN TRAINING in Beauty cul ture. all subjects taught. Approved by Government for GI training, day and evening classes waR-FtYNiI BEAUTY COLLEGE. 1210 G St. n.Wi DI. 1763.