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Star Classified .Ads Are Designed to Produce Maximum Results for the Most People at a Modest Cost
Index
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Agent* e-b
Apts. Furnished E-l*
Apts. Unfurnished E-13
Apts. Wanted E-13
AucUon Sales E-A
Automotive Misc. E-23
Autos For Sale E-22-23-24 ft A-12
Autos and Trucks Wanted E-22
Aviation E-23
Boats E-23
Business Opportunities E-14
Business Property for Bale E-21
Business Property for Rent E-21
Business Property Wanted _.E-21
Business Services E-10
Cattle and Livestock -E-12
Coal. Wood. Fuel OU E-12
Co-operative Apts. E-13
Country Board ... E-12
Desk Space . E-21
Dote. Pets, etc E-12
Farms E-21
Farm and Oarden E-12
Florida Property E-23
Garages E-22
Help Domestic E-B
Help Men E-A
Help Men and Women E-B
Help Women . E A
Help Wanted Agencies E-A
Houses for Sale N.W. E-l 4
Houses for Sale N.E. E-IS
Houses for Sale S.E. E- 16
Houses for Sale S W. . E-IS
Houses for Sale Md. . E-Mi
Houses for Sale Va. E-IS
Houses Furnished E-13
Houses to Share E-l 4
Houses Unfurnished , E-13
Houses Wanted to Buy ' E-2A
Houses Wanted to Rent ..lU'e-M
Industrial Property for Sale _.E-21
Industrial Property for Rent.l. E-2'
industrial Property Wanted E-21
Instruction Courses E-IB
Investment Prop, for Sale I~Z~ E-2B
Investment Prop. Wanted ‘e-2b!
Loans _ —E-29
Lost and Found ~~~~“*~a.«
Lots and Acreage for Sale~m*E-21
Lots and Acreage Wanted E-22
Miscellaneous for Sale _ E-1A
Miscellaneous for Rent' E-12
Miscellaneous Wanted I E-l"
Money Wanted *_ 2 i
Motorcycles I *E-2«
Motor Travel E-IB
Moving. Packing & Storage E-13
Offices ft Studios for Rent E-21 i
Offices ft Studios Wanted E-2li
Out-of-Town Real Estate "" E-22
Personal
Poultry, Rabbits and Eggs I“I‘E-12
Real Estate Loans _I_.E-22
Real Estaate Wanted HI. E-22
Repairs and Services HII--E-IO
Rooms, Apts, to share E-12
Rooms Furnished N.W. Z E-12
Rooms Furnished N.E. I _ e-13
Rooms Furn. S.E. ft S.W.'II He-12
Rooms Furn. Md. ft Va. HIII.F-12
Rooms, Housekeeping E-12
Rooms Wanted E-12 ■
Rooms With Board _ _ E-12
Rooms Unfurnished __”HIIIHe-12 ’
Situations Domestic . F.m
Situations Men ~ * -
Situations Women -----
Situations Men it Women I E-lo
Special Notices E«
Stores for Rent *•*”. i
Summer Camps r ,1
Trailers . r XX
Trucks for Sale _ E*"2 ‘
Trust Notes for Sale'll"” E-22
Warehouses for Sale E-21
Warehouses for Rent E-"i 1
Warehouses Wanted E-"i
Waterfront Prop, for Sale _E-3" ,
WaterTrnnf £ r ° P tOT Rent H - E-22 ’
Wanted E-^*i
Classified Ad Rates i
Local Advertisers
Three Lines (Minimum)
1 time 38c per line.
* * line tlme * cons * cutlv eIT 35c per ,
T times consecutively 33 c per line.
NeW mirnml"m bUei 66c per lln * 4 - liM
tOT * rrors must be made In
insertion" corrMtloa **cond
Ta Place a Star Classifled Ad Call
STerling 5000
And Ask far Ad Taker t
CLOSING HOURS i
SUNDAY EDITION—2 F.M Sat.
MONDAY EDITION—B P.M. Bun. 1
TUBS, to FRI, —Q PM DAY BEFORE
AUCTION SALES
, MODE ™ furniture. ‘
E * las *v^ clxllia ‘ frames, bric-a-brac.
•tc. Thurs. ?:t\o p.m : heated bide
SUBURBAN AUCTION. RMkvllif; ,
OFFICE OF COLLECTOR OF IKTFR.
Thl" Baltimore. Md. i
The following described personal 1
property, seized from Josephine F.
Fenwick. T/A Venezia Tea Room,
wsl, Co R ne 5J’ tcut A v «- N.W.. Wash
•H?, 1 ??.’ , D . c - under warrants for \
distraint for the non-payment of ’
assessed taxes due. will be sold aa
provided by Section 3690 of the! I
Internal Revenue Code at public
auction on Tuesday, March 11, 1952
at 10:00 A.M. on the premises of
Venezia Tea Room. 1350 Connectl- 1
cut Avenue N.W.. Washington. D. C.
3L rl «££ c *»ng. 14 ateel work tablet.
82 dining tables. 158 chairs. 3 end i
r tables, l wood desks. 3 cream dls
n?er»- Ther-olater warming oven,
electric grills. 3 electric toasters.
tr j* ys ' 5? *•«* chrome 1
railing. food cabinet, customer
counter, lot of assorted dishes, lot
of silverware. portable electric I
sprayer, electric potato peeler, elec
tric meat grinder, electric meat
alicer. Allen adding machine. Ho
b»rt electric mixer, grease reclaim 1
machine, miscellaneous cooking uten
sils ood meat block. 28 bar stools,
Nauo.ial cash register and stand, I
190 napkin holders. 2 Cory coffee
makers. 100 lily cup holders. Sun- 1
kist electric fruit Juicer, electric
drink mixer. 2 Griswold electric
waffie irons. Hotpolnt deep fryer,
Griswold electric hot plate, electric!l
food warmer. 12-foot soda fountain!
complete with carbonlzer, 20-foot!
sectional steam table. ft gas bake
ovens, 3 cooler boxes and compres
sors, 4 air conditioning units, iron I
safe and miscellaneous furniture,!
supplies, fixtures. etc. mh8.9.10 ''
ZED L. WILLIXIMS AND ZED L.
WILLIAMS. Jr.
Auctioneers and Appraisers
Attractive new and used
furniture, table lamps, re
frigerators, gas cook ranges,
“Wurlitzer” console style 1
upright piano, good quality
new lounge and living room
chairs, bedroom suites, room
size broadloom style Axmin- |
ster rugs, old Chinese and
other vases, porcelain jars,
etc. Antique sewing ma
chine. mahogany lamp and i
end tables, handmade lace
tablecloth, pair mahogany <
commodes, electric cook
range, beds, dressers, inner
spring mattresses, numerous i
other household effects.
To Be Sold by ,
AUCTION
at
Williams Auction House
918 NEW YORK AVE.
TUES. (MARCH 11th). 2 P.M.
Public exhibition Mon., 9 a.m. to
sale hour Tues. <
Consignments any and all kinds of
personal property respectfully so
licited from individuals, attorneys,
administrator* and others.
Appraisals made for all purposes. In
surance. tax. administrative and
individual. Reasonable charges.
Public auction sales conducted at
warehouses, stores, homes or else
where. Call the auctioneers for
detail information.
Auctioneers. Phone NA. 2679.
SPECIAL NOTICES
ACCOUNTANT (public), bookkeeping,
and tax services; privacy your
home. From S 3. OE. 1906. 10*
TAX RETURNS PREFARED; reason
able rates. 3200 Wilson blvd.. Ar
lington. Va. (at Clarendon Circle)
JA 2-7777 day or evening. •
rent —New. portable typewriters
sl2 for 3 months. Rental applies
towards purchase. CENTRAL, 2019
1 4th st. n.w. HU. 5121.
INCOME TAX RETURNS prepared by
experts at the "original” TAX CEN
TER. 1111 Vermont ave. nw. RE.
3531. Open 9 a.m. to 9 P.m. daily.'
WE WILL ADVANCE the cash to re
deem diamonds, etc... pledged else
where and renew same at 177 per
month. LIVINGSTON Ac CO . 1423 H
at n.w. Only licensed and bonded
loan office in Washington. Guaran
tee hivhest loans.
ACCOUNTANT, bookkeeping and tax
returns, for small businesses and
inMkuaU. S 3 and up. WA. 3873.
Classified Ads
SPECIAL NOTICES (Cont.l
I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE for
any debts Incurred by any one other
than myself. VARA 8. WILSON.
c 4806 East Capitol st. n.e.. Apt.^D.
J GHOSTING, editing, advertising, pub
> licity copy, complete manuscript
service. Box 249-R. Star.
I SMALL CHURCH BUILDING. Phohe
! TA 8845 weekdays.
! ECONOMICAL BOOKKEEPING BERV-
I ICE—SI a week for average small
I business. Unique mall and phone
i combination reduces bookkeeping
costs to a- minimum. JU. 8-4284.
INCOME TAX SERVICE, returns pre
pared economically by expert, also
mo. tax serv.. min. cost. JU. 8-4284.
. TAX RETURNS prepared In your
• home by experienced tax accountant.
! $5. AP. 6449.
[ TAX SERVICE In your home or offlee.
■ All types of returns. Fifteen years
experience. WO. 3638.
! I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE for
any. debts, contracted by any but
! myself. CLARE F. BODMAN. 7106
24th ave.. Lewlsdale. Hyattsvllle. Md.
, 9*
' ALL INC. TAXES. Fed.. D.C., Md.. Va.:
$3 up. 9 a.m. 'til 8 p.m. daily: also
Sat.. Sun. MUNICIPAL TAX CEN
TER. Rm. 203. 400 6th st. n.w. RE
8111. 18*
I WILL NO LONGER BE RESPONSE
BLE lor any debts other than those
made by myself. JOHN P. OOSIER.
133 Webster st. n.w. 9*
TAXJRETURNS: YOUR HOME; EX
PERIENCED RELIABLE ACCOUNT
ANT. RA. 7450. 14«
TAX CONSULTANT Will prepare
corporation or partnership income
returns. *5 per hr.; minimum.
I js2o. JO. 2-3785. FA. 7430. —l6
INCOME TAX forms, copy, prepared
by expert accountant; any time, any
place; >3 up. For appt.. UN. 7045
A-l TAX SERVICE. Returns pre
pared in your home evenings.
Reasonable. CO. 3596. —lO
THE ANNUAL MEETING of lot own
ers of Prospect Hill Cemetery will
i be held on Tuesday. March 11. 1962,
* 9.® -.- at the cemetery office. North
Capitol and W sts. Annual reports
and election of the board of trustees.
By order H. O. WINKLER, Secy.
— : ___ —»
CONFIDENTIAL INVESTIGATIONS
Surveillance or undercover work.
Photos. Box 275-R,_Star
APPLES AND SWEET CIDER
Hon ry- Apple Butter and Eggs
PLAINFIELD ORCHARDS
Out Oa. ave. to Glenmont. Md.. right
o miles on Rt. 182 to high water
SSSI m, w -
TAXES r_
SAVE MONEY
Have a reliable public accountant
»o“r tax return In your owh
2.°P* e sod »t your convenience. The
Govt, allows over 1.006 deductions.
Make sure you use the ones pertaln-
l P nyV J lm , e 0U D g e Yl% >blt r,tc » Phone
Technical Illustrator
illustrator, available for
part-time work, all mediums. AP.
•iobo. a j
PERSONAL
beep children in
!“* S°me. daily, any age. Kensing
tou-Wheaton area. LO. 5-4273
ADVERTIBERS- —An interest in ex
perienced man with fresh Ideas for
copy, promotion and sales? Please
write Box 207-L, Star.
CAN CARE for 1 or 2 children while
parents work, my home. Silver
Spring, Md. JU. 5-1410
DOCTOR EMMA C. WEILER, biopsy
cho analyst, aptitudes, etc. What's
Prob.? For health, success and
b»PPjness. Call AD. 8201.
Done Immediately.
Will call and fit. Refs. MI. 0592.
REFINED LADY—Excel, ref., aae 47.
working as switchboard oper.
and clerk. 6 day* wk.. wants 4 days
same or office work; refs, from pres
ent employer. Box 210-L. Star
CHILD CARE in safe, happy environ
ment. Alexandria; reference ex
changed. KI 8-6930. —n
TAX RETURN'S prepared in your
home by tax accountant, both Stite
and Federal. JU. 8-3946. —l4
B I?a A KSS"& *e?fred 'SMS&I
hotel *&-*&<£* W^Sy
VACANCIES for elderly persons in my
lg. det. home: cheerful outside
™°m‘- tr»y service. HU. 6099.
ffifoV W l^
o ft. n.w.
SHARON—Nursing care of the aging
UJ^, ill MRS. BRYAN
Hulton 8-4941.
DEPENDABLE t MOTHER wUI give
»?Pr 'hiid best care; dr.'s ref.
Vienna 115-J. - 9
TWO LADIES are ready to repair
J°ur rugs; Oriental ruga preferred
EM. 8798. ' u»
ALTERATIONS and dressmaking;
will call for and deliver. LI. 6-7197.
■PAHDIND HI»E FOR ELDERLY
LADIES, SB3 per month; 3 meals
and laundry DE. 1816. 9
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DE
SIGN AND DRAFTING solicited by
retired D. C registered chief engl
ne,r. If Ov.r 30 years experience.
ALL INC. TAXES. Fed.. D. C Md
Va.; S 3 UP. MUNICIPAL TAX CEN
TER. RM. 203. 400 sth st. n.w.
RE 8111, 9 a.m. -8 p.m. dally; also
Saturday. Sunday. 18*
EXPERIENCED and efficient typist
and. stenographer, desires part-time
_work at home. LI. fl-8970 —9
ROOM AND BOARD for elderly
people: pleasant atmosphere, kind
attention; opposite Walter Reed;
Hospital, OE. 4258; yard, nice!
porches. —9 i
VACANCY In modernly equipped
nursing home: 24-hr. nursing care; i
reasonable rates. SL. 0202.
MEXICAN LAWYER, registered con
sulate, all Mexican legal matters,
immigration. EDMUNDO CASTILLO.
280 Broadway N. Y. 7. N. Y.
INCOME TAX RETURNS prepared by
former Internal Revenue aaent.
reasonable. TA. 1403. —9
BONDED. LICENBED AGENCY—Ex
perienced white baby sitters. CHILD
CARE AGENCY, RE. 3467 or DtL
0765 •
REMEDIAL READING—AIso other
elem.. Jr. high. sr. high sub.: at
home if desired. UN. 1983. •
HOME TUTORING—AIg.. geom . Lat.,
Ft.. Bp.. Oer., Eng., arlth.. read..
elem., Jr. high. sr. high gub. UN.
VACANCY—Excellent care. 24 hours
by mother for Infant or small
child. AP 0448.
MENDING and plain sewing done at
. ork guaranteed. TR. 4889.
INCOME TAX RETURNS prepared by
retired Government Internal Reve
nue auditor; reasonable. WO. 2237.
RECIPE BOOK AND QUAINT NAFS:
! Designed In early American Pennsyl
[ vania Dutch motifs. 36 luncheon
size napkin* (3 each of 12 designs);
I each box contains a colorful recipe
! of famous Pennsylvania Dutch
dishes; shoo-fly pie. Dutch pancake,
home barbecued chicken, etc.: price.
SI, Prepaid. We also stock the
recipe book entitled "A World of
Good Eating.” recipes from around
the wcTld. Po-Pe. crabmeat New
burg, Polish salad, etc. Price. $1.36
prenaid Excellent for gifts Please
5.2?. - l. s * les where applicable.
TIM 8 MAIL SHOP. Brentwood. Md.
LOVELY DOUBLE, with pvt. bath. 2
singles, airy, light: for elderly per
sons needing home: good lood. kind
consideration: handsome brick resi
dence; centrally located: porch, oil
heat: no bed patients please; 5100
each. For anot. ohone NO. 3941.
$9,000 BUILDING LOAN wanted by
young man. 1 yr. or longer; sufficient
collateral. Box 143-L. Star.
WANTED, experienced day time,
white, baby sitters: excellent char
acter required. RE. 3894. *
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER, manu
scripts. theses, correspondence, re
ports : reas. rates. TA. 4492. —ll
COLONIC IRRIGATION tor relief of:
colds and chronic Infections given ;
men and women by registered nurse.
Dlerker method, appts. only. DI.
6389.
MOTHER WILL BOARD children:
pleasant surroundings: loving care,
in licensed home. UN. 4310.
HOME TUTORING, high school and
college mathematics by Harvard
math major: reas. Phone GE. 5229
VACANCY, in small n.w.. convenient
home, for ambalatory and bed
patients: nice warm cheerful room:
delicious meals, tray service: bus at
door. AD. 6324.
GRADUATE NURSE. treatments
given tt your home or at my of
fice AD. 3174.
WILL CARE for one or two children
at my home, for working parents,
excellent care, balanced, diet. LO. 4-
7347, Wheaton-Silver Spring, Md.
9*
CHILD CARE, by hour or day in my
apartment. 3710 2nd a.e. Refer.
JO. 2-3892. 10*
NOW YOU. too. can have your dear
est ones oil painting portrait made
by a very fine artist from your
photo for the low price of $45 for
11x14 size. Bring your photo to
RAPHAEL BTUDIOB. 3540 Conn,
ave. n.w. EM. 9792. . •
PLANNING A PARTY? Spacious, at
tractive accomodations available for
your next dinner party, banquet.;
dance or club meeting: fine food and'
reasonable prices: catering services.
HA WRINGER'S BUFFETERIA. 4728
14th st. n.w.. OE. 2745. RA. 7652.
9*
AMATEUR COMPOSERS—Have your
music Improvisations written on
' paper, harmonized: music to your
‘ lyrics. FRANCIS GARZIA. MI. 6537.
I •
CONVALESCENT, elderly. chronic
r cases. LAURA HORSLEY. R. T..
- South rd.. Arlington, Va. Phone
Lovlngton 2369. •
• PLAY OR LEARN contract bridge at
• PEOPLE’S BRIDGE BTUDIO. 2514
■ 14th st. n.w. AD. 2383. *
r FREE VOICE LESIONS for bass or
I soptano singers In church choir.
1 _AT. 6954. •
- HAIR GOODS—Toupees, wire, braids
I SLIP cOVIps made to fit; all work
. Phone WA. 4335.
! PERSONALS (Com.)
■ ACCORDION INSTRUCTION. Private
lessons. Instrument furnished. Learn
before you buy. Free audition. 2425
Minnesota at Pa. ave. a.e.. LU.
4-2(27. LU. 4-2765.
■ CABH LOANB on diamonds. Jewelry.
etc.. Ki; only bonded and licensed
. SsWbshop in Washington. LIVING
!r STON & CO- 1423 H st, n.».
. . PAPERING AND PAINTING
8-1 work; estimates free. Call MR.
1 BECKETT Ml. 0930. DU. 4053.
AYR HILL NURSING HOME
A beautiful brick Calif, ranch-type
home for the elderly: lovely grounds,
porches; 24-hr. nursing care. For
information, call Vienna 58-M,
MBS. STALKER. —lO
WOMEN’S LOVE
For fine clothes, their sense of se
■EXQUISITe's" work thßm Ch °° Se
The refinement of ‘'Exquisite's”
handwork, the workmanship which
takes care of all details, the guar
antee for no shrinkage, make "Ex
quisite's” customers happy
YM 11 .."Exquisite” and see.
•Exquisite.” the Dye Work Specialist
Of. 1)777
Confidential Investigations
SURVEILLANCE-PHOTOS-DIVORCE
Licensed operators. Box 274-R. Star i
! WEDDING - INVITATIONS
Thermoaraplied Raised Lettering
Our representative will call at your
convenience.
NORTH WASH. PRESS
849 Upshur St. N.W.
RA. 9083. TA. 3932.
SPECIAL—HEMS, 75c
Bklrta. dresses (average width) in
J; COAT HEMS. $2.00. Llm
time IEA ENGEL, DRESS
MAKER. 1110 F st. n.w. EX. 1803.
MAGAZINE BARGAINS
LIMITED TIME OFFERS
Reeder's Digest, 8 mos.. $l; col
liers. 40 wks.. $3: Woman's Home
Companion. 30 mos., $4: Better
Homes and Gardens. 1 yr., $2.76.
Jipsc H o OR f?^ N - Jr ’ p ' ,bllsh : rs '
GO
TO MR. EXQUISITE
HE knows
He is the man to see when
EXPERT INFORMATION
Is wanted on
Dye Work
Suede and Leather
Spot-Removing
.rm. ... Shine-Removing
•Exquisite,” the Dye Work Specialist
OE. 9777
Attention, Employes
Red Cross—State Dept.—Navy Dept.
PAN-AMERICAN UNION
Did you or any one you know, tee
an accident Involving a Washington
v 5.* c ?.. c *. b (cream colored with
S S£ k „ let . terl 2 ,) - ,nd » new - small
PjckrPP *ruck. at approx, l o'clock
in the afternoon of Aug. 21. 1960.
‘he coper of 17th and Eats.
n.w.? This accident'lnvolved grave
personal injuries. In the Interest
of justice and fair play, please
answer this ad if you saw this
mr kav W l‘iu' e *i' or »lre collect.
MR. KAY. Allen Lee Hotel.
F at. n.w. EX. 2224.
IMMEDIATE CASH
„ FOR YOUR HOME
COX 41 CO- RE. 1633
IF r ~
Tromfortable°home. & ,‘„ur b s« U k
dear one. be aure and see what we
have to offer, specializing in proper
food for elderly folks. oper
c»n AVd.F * ,le “‘ nt
GET OUT OF DEBT
Wa will arrange to pay all your bills
on your signature only with pay
ments you can afford. No more
credU worries—NOT A LOAN COM
THE BUDGET PLAN
NA. 1759
WHO ELSE
GUARANTEES
NO
SHRINKAGE?
EXQUISITE CLEANERS
Dye Work Specialist
OE 9777
DRIVE IN; Cor, Oa, tt N. H. Aves. N.W.
HELP WANTED AGENCIES
BOOKKEEPERS AND ACCOUNTANTS.
?TT A Dec » « ln „ the “ positions
ATLAS. 1420 N. Y. ave. n.w.
TEA fHERB WANTED for the best
positions in Washington vicinity and
dgewhere Phone BALTO. TEACH
ERS, AGENCY. 516 N. Charle? st..
Baltimore. Md. (Mulberry 6850).
ELECTRICAL ESTIMATOR, under 40.
H?v? wk ' « |M Dodf *' B6YD’B, 700
12th, cor. G n.w.
LAB. (M), mechanical draft
r., *«6 wk. Miss Dodge. BOYD'S.
12th it a Sts. (NA. 2340).
DICTAPHONE OPR., $250 mo., assoc.
"° r . k : «ry inter, offices Statistical
UPi Receptionist
typist, PBX, $oO wk. Reservation
clerk. »1. expr., $2lO. 25 typiats.
beg. and exper.. S4O-SOO wk. VISIT
FIRST— the RECOMMENDED agen-1
cy—Miss Evans at BOYD'S, cor Q
and J 2th n.w. (NA. 234(1), estab.
36 yrs.
| MEDICAL DETAIL MAN; $4,500; car
! essential, youni. exper.: calling on 1
! D. C. trade. Many other sales posl-1
tions. Mr. Ford at BOYD'S. G and
! 12th n.w. NA. 2340.
s ' 4 0,,, ’ : Tie- Kennedy
and N H. avenue; under 30. single,
fell educ. See MISS GRANT. 700
12th n.w.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEER; $125 wk ;
for elec, constr. co. Mechanical eng..
rmVv , e fP? r A 5150 wk - GRACE'
DUNN. 1311 G st. n.w. RE. 2828 !
embassy secy., $3,000. Capitol!
Hill', secy, young. $3,600. Others
S up. jßpanish-Eng. stenog.,;
$.1,800 up. Trade assoc, stenog.,!
s2<s mo. Dozens of other interest-:
lng openings. Bee GRACE DUNN at i
RE 28 BU B 200, 1311 ° at ' n w -i
MECHANICAL.CIVII and architectural
draftsmen. $75 to $125 wk. up
Radio mechanlc-wlreman. to $75
coV k“NA° d f ! :?40 BOYD ' S - 700 12th '
ELECTROMATIC TYPIST (F.). $226
• Pohl - S-d. wk.. excl. work" ln
(et- Miss Evans, at BOYD'S. 700!
I2tn. cor. o.
A;* Typist IF,), grade 4, very in-1
teresting work, interviewing people
perm. Miss Evans at BOYD’S 7(l(i !
I -;tn. cor, o.
PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL BUR
T.w V 4, k K BT, N.W. ME. 2992
te , cl l*2' full ' part-time to $240
Becys. (shhnd.).. Md., D.C., Va. $250
R-N 9-1, 5 da., Md. $l2O mo
Typlsts-recepts. hospitals Open
PBS opr.. Capt. start $l5O
Addreaso-graphotype opr. , $55
Hosp. librarian. 2-8 p.m., type. Open
Prac. nurse, 8 p.m. to 7 a.m. Open
ADAMS TEACHERS AQCY.
Home economics, high school; French
and English, high school. Must be
c «rtifle d . 204 Colorado Bldg.. 14th
_and O stg. n.w.. RE. 3938. —in
NATIONAL EMPL. SERVICE
_ MEN
Engr. (ex-Navy flyer) tor Held re
search $7,000
Sales (mech. or elec, background)
a f ® vt -.rxo. nec. SSOO-S7OO plus
Safes (heating equip.). $4,800 plus
Sales (food trainee). $260 mo. plus
car allowance.
Estimator, elec. exp. ... ssoomo.
Real estate prop, mgr $5,000
Message center chief *375 mo.
Bank loan specialists $4,800
Appliance & auto supply mgr.s32s mo.
Office mgr.-bkpr. S4OO mo.
! Credit Interviewers (bank exp.i,
' . .. Salary open
Electromatic typists <P.S.M.)s:ton mo.
Country club elks, (trainees).sl6s mo.
Plus room snd board.
1019 15th ST. N.W. EX. 7270
PAYROLL BKPR., S6O wk.
Personnel Clerk, n.e.. S6O wk.
Typist, lnsur. off.. 6 d.. $55 wk.
Cashier-Checker. Mt. Raln'r SSO wk.
Investigator Clerk, type. $l9O mo.
Receptionist. PBX opr., will train.
_ $l5O mo.
Typist, finance. $56 wk.
Nurse, drs. office. $225.
Dozens of others hourly. See Miss
Reed at PERSONNEL SERVICE.
1311 O st. n.w., NA. 6088.
Public Relations Secy., $275
ReceP. Secretary, young. *275. *
Law stenog . e*cl. off. to 65. $75 wk.
Capitol Hill secy., young, $3,800.
1 girl office secy.. $275.
Many others to $4,000. C»n use 50
daily. FRIENDLY SERVICE, Miss
Young. (ST. 3664). PERSONNEL
SERVICE. 1311 G st. n.w.
BOOKKEEPER, full chf.. S7O wk.
Asst, bkkpr.. payroll elk.. S6O wk.
NCR 2000 Cashier. s6o wk.
Floor mgr., exp. sales, top salary.
Train, methods, personnel wk.. $65.
See Miss Black a; BOYD'S.
1 700 12th n.w. (NA. 2340).
ARLINGTON
Editorial asst. Open
Arl—Bteno. 5 d. . s6o
Radio secretary $75
Secretary, attr. hrs S6O
Slow steno.. 5 d. SSO
Secretary, mature $45
Legal steno. Open
Capable secretary, 6 d $65
Alex.—Steno. SSO
Dental asst., no exper S4O
Recept.-typlst S6O
Bkkpg. clerk S4O
Clerk-typist ffto
Office trainees, no exper S4O
PBX. temporary . $1 hr.
Ppx. night, no efper $37
Key punch opr., 6 d. SSO
Comptometer. 6 d : $45
1 Cashier . SSO
*l7s Wilson *3jL 6.9020.
ffye Jhmttay pfaf
WASHINGTON, D. C., MARCH 9, 1&2
HELP WTP. AGENCIES (Cont.)
A-l Secretary (F), $4,000
Capitol Hill, under 3.5, 120 w.p.m.,
engineering secretary, small office,
si(> wk.
Spanish-Knglish stenog., 6 days, S3OO
month.
Real estate stenog.. $2,900.
Railroad stenog.. young. S2BO mo.
Capitol Hill, secy., under 30. S3OO
month.
Need 200 new appl. dally. Estab. 36
years.
Top-bracket positions; thousands
placed. Visit first Miss Lee or Miss
Orant at BOYD SCHOOL, cor. O
and 12th . NA, 2:140,
MEDICAL SECRETARY. $2,820
R. N.; doctor's office salary open
Good typist, doctor's offlee $2,580
Lab. techt.. doc. offlee good salary
PROFESSIONAL PLACEMENT
1835 I St. N.W.
RE. 4858
U. S. EMPL. SERVICE
C. AND P. OFFICE LOCATED
315 12th STREET N.W.
Consultant, water trade route; drafts
men, enzrs.. nurses, organic chemist,
procurement officer, electrn.: supply
spec. mech. eq., bookkprs.. cashiers,
payroll elk., stenos.. typists; other
. clerical, prof. pos. local and overseas.
NO FEES.
| TRADES AND INDUSTRIAL
OFFICE LOCATED
: Auto, bodymen. auto. mech. with tools,
electricians (D. C. 11c.). laboratory
electronics mechanics, machinists,
restaurant workers, serv. statn. at
tends. (D. c. permit).
OTHER POSITIONS DAILY.
DO NOT TELEPHONE.
ALEXANRIA AREA
Receptionist-typist, airport, 5 d. S2OO
Radio oper. trainee, airlines... $205
PBX oper.. airlines, id... .$2Ol
Announcer, no exper. nee.. 6 d. SIBO
Gen offlee, no typing, 5 d. ... $179
Adraln. Secy., medical field $250
Secy., advertising. 6 d S6O
Secy., personnel. 5 d. open
Dental assistant trainee . S4O
Key punch op., service wives. 6 d. 5224
Dicta, oper. service wives. 5 d. *216
POTOMAC EMPL. AOCY.
911 Klna St.. Alexandria. AL. 7922
ARLINGTON
„ WOMEN
RecPt.-typ.. airport. 5 d SSO
Typist, young. 5 d. $240
Annuoncer trainee, typ. *205
Clk.-typ.. medical field. 5 d $2lO
Clk.-typ.. Columbia pike sso
Oenl. office, slow typ.. 6d. . S2OO
Secty, bank, public rel., 5 d.. - $250
Admin, assist.-secty., 5 d. _ $260
Secty., advert., S. Arl., 6 d._ $240
Secty., ethouae area. 5 d. . *233
Secty.. yng, personnel offlee. 6 d.. $55
PT. secty.. atty., 9-1. 6 d. $125
Laboratory tech., dr's off S3OO
Dental assistant, reept. S2OO
Bkkpr.. Palls Church *6O
Announcer, attract, no exper. SIBO
Public rel., no exper. nec. *IBO
Office elk., no typing.. 6 d SIBO
PBX Oper.. 4 p.m.-12 *2OO
IBM Oper.. 5 d. „ S2OO
Teacher, first grade, meal $l6O
Bkkpr., typ., 3 d a wk open
MEN
Production mgr., small publications,
will train. 5 d. . _ $245
Draftsman, charts, 6 d $350 up
Offlee manager _ $75
Off. mgr., real estate, salary, comm.
Bank teller _ $2,900
Announcer trainee, typ. $205
Ramp boy. air lines, young $215
Radio wiring. 5 d. $1.75 hr.
General office, typing _ $.55
Insurance underwirter trainee S2OO
Routeman $55
Grocefy man S6O
Stock clerk, mature $1.25 hr.
Messenger. 6 d. . .. $lB5
Potomac Empl. Open 9-9
2334 Wilson Blvd.. Arl., OW. 1700
ATTENTION, WOMEN ’
MANY INTERESTING JOBS
SECRETARIES
STENOGRAPHERS
EXPERIENCED, also RUSTY SHORT
HAND. BEGINNERS, at 93.000.
$3.600-$3.000, 6 DAYS, 36 HOURS
COME IN AND TALK IT OVER
ABOVE POSITIONS INCLUDE ONE
GIRL OFFICES. LEGAL RECEP
TIONISTS. RADIO. TV. ENGRB.,
MANY OTHERS
CLERK-TYPISTS
. 30 W.P.M. TO 50 W.P.M.
$3.300-$2.400, 35 AND 40 HRS.. 5 D.
MANY INTERESTING CLERK-TYPIST
POSITIONS FOR BEGINNERS AND
EXPERENCED. AS RECEPTS.. ASST
BKKPRS.. 1.8. M. ELECTROMATIC
AND MANY OTHERS.
OTHER POSITIONS
NO TYPING
AIRLINES REBERVTB 9215 UP
CLERICAL. g.O.W. *l9O
BANK MACH BKKPR. OPB.. a little
exp.. 5 d.. no overtime $2,700
SOME OTHERS
NATIONAL EMPL. SERVICE
1019 15th ST.N.W. EX. 7270.
MANAGER
Must have practical exper. in all
phases of sheet metal fabrication,
incl. engineering and management.
To SIB,OOO
ESTIMATOR
Exper. In construction Held including
all types of sheet metal fabrication.
To $6,600
E. E. ESTIMATOR
, Must be thoroughly exper. in all
j phases of domestic and commercial
I wiring and electrical equipment
requirements .. $6,500
OFFICE-TECHNICAL j
Exper. either in mechanical or'elec
-1 trical equipment or construction I
field offlee engineering type work.
Knowledge of equipment and mi- !
terlals essential to $6,000
AVIATOR
Ex-Naval aviator. 28-35, college. In-;
teresting position in economic and
: psychological research. Limited
1 travel to SB,OOO
TECHNICIANS
i Electronic, exper. U.H.F., radar.
To *6.000
! OFFICE MANAGER
i Under 38. degree, qualified to super
-1 vise approx. 7 employes and assume
i full charge of average size local
I service organization to $6,000
DRAFTSMEN
CE. land work, home location and
•tc. . to $4,200
DISTRIBUTOR
NO FEE
|New nationally advertised food prod
i uct distributorship for a limited
: number of qualified men and women.
Further details at Interview.
MEDICAL DETAIL
Pharmaceutical field, must have edu
cational and exper. background.
Car allowance to $5,500
AUDITOR
Hotel. 5 days, room and meal al
lowance, Annapolis. Older man ac
ceptable to $3,400
WOMEN «
SECRETARIES
Correspondence secretary, to $3,900
- $3,640
Patent Law $3,600
Light shorthand, real estate, $3,000
WALTER H. KESSLER
Personnel Services. 612 Wash. Bldg.
loth and N. Y. Ave. N.W., BT, 9442
ABBEY PERSONNEL
Secretarial positions, to $4,500
Secy.. 1-girl offlee $325
Secy., legal under 40 $3,900
Becys.. Capitol Hill $250-9300
Secy, to executive $3900
Statistical typists, st $3,000
Typists, many openings, t 0... $3,000
Clerk-Typists SSO up
Bookkeepers . S7O up
Cashier. NCR 2000 S3O up
Clerks, no typing S4O up
H. S. grads, many openings $45 up
Lab. technicians top pay
Dietitians top pay
MEN
Sales, managerial opport., to SIO,OOO
Salesman, whsle.. retail . $3.1110 up
Sales offlee machines, to S.‘l.6(m
Cashiers, to $3.10(1
Cashier. NCR 2000 SSO up
Secretaries top pay
Bkprs accountants $.50 up
MANY OTHER EXCEL. POSITIONS
609 Nth ST N.W.. BT. 0190
TECHNICAL
FIELD ENGR. (Prefer ex-Navy flyer
under 40. BSEE. with electronics
option desirable, consider man with
B. S. Science, knowledge electronics.
tor research Intangibles) $7,000
FIELD ENGR. (Electronics, repair
mntce.. trouble shooting exp. also
.radar men) $7,000
LIAISON ENGR. (Industry to Gov
ernment BBME. EE. or IE. nec,.
under 33) $325 up
TECH. WRITERS (Engr. de*. nec.)
prepare Instructions electronic
eouip. to SB,OOO
MECH ENGINEERS (Deg. plus exp.
instrument design) $5.0(6) up.
ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN* $1 OOO:
MECHANICS *3.600: PRECISION
ASSEMBLERS $3,000: WIREMEN
$3 (Mi-i
DRAFTSMEN—MACH. PTS.. design
$4,200: MECH.. Teßov Lettering
$3,900; MECH. Plumbing take-off
exp. $3,600
CONSTRUCTION
ENGINEERS (Jrs. and Srs.) prep,
bills lading from takeoff (office)
to $7,200
ESTIMATORS (elec, contracting exp. 1
$6,500
DRAFTSMEN, piping design SIOO.
$150: TOPO $80; ARCH. SBO-*IOO.
Openings local and out of town, some
overseas. Fee paid by employers in
some instances.
Men with Armed Service tech, school
or any college training in electronics,
radar, sonar, or loran. come in or
write in detail about background for
• excellent openings. HIGH SALARIES.
NATIONAL EMPL. SERV.
1019 lsth ST. H.W. EX. TB7O.
HELP WANTED AGENCIES
ATLAS, 1420 N. Y. AVE.
Secys.. steno*.. bkprs.. reepta., typists, 1
flic clerks, payroll clerks, bkpg. meh..
ours., cashiers. PBX oprs.. others.
1420 N. Y. AVE. N.W.. RM. 506.
When eniwerinf advertisements
addressed to Star boxes, do NOT
inclose original reference*, photo
graph* or other material* of per
sonal value. Copiet’urea the pur
pose snd originals mag get lost
HELP MIN
ACCOUNTANT, by local CPA Arm;
man under 30 with at least 2 yrs.
public accounting or bookkeeping ex
perience. salary open. BT. 1196. —9
ACCOUNTING CLERK Opportunity
for young person to learn bookkeep
ing machine operation and account
ing procedure; pleasant working con
ditions; good starting salary plus
meals. Call MR. KYBER on Monday.
WI. 4100. —9
ACCOUNTANT. experienced. first
class only, with letter writing and
typing ability. Write P. O. Box
1106. Roanoke. Va. —9
ACCOUNTING CLERK, age 25-30.
Perm, position for a young man to
art as clerk In sales dept. There
are future possibilities In other
dept*., particularly In our account
ing dept. Therefore, one who has
accounting education or who Is
studying accounting should be In
terested. 40-hr. work wk. Start
ing salary. $57.50 per wk. Cafe
teria in bldg. Call W. H. PROC
TOR. ME. 4793.
Administrative Career
College graduate in early 20s for
future administration position. Our
expansion program offers career,
openings In the underwriting dept,
of a progressive automobile Insur
ance company located in Washing
ton. No selling or traveling in
volved. Please call for appointment.
Government Employes
Insurance Co.
ST. 4600. Ext. 251. —ll
ADVERTISING
AGENCY SEEKS
BEGINNER
Must be willing to start as
a messenger to EARN his
chance at a good position
with Washington’s largest ad
vertising agency. Initial Work
will be uninspiring; the pay
probably disappointing. But
the opportunity is genuine
for a neat, alert, bright young
man. who can null his own
weight while learning his
ABCs. Apply in person to
Mr. Foley. KAL, EHRLICH it
MERRICK. 314 Star Bldg.
ADVERTISING PRODUCTION 'ABBT.
—Advertising agency desires young
man. 1,-21. as messenger and as
sistant to production manager. Good
opportunity to learn production and
typography and advertising. Call
MR. STROTT, ST. 8333. —9
AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE and
control engineers, to work on large
installation for national company
must be willing to travel In Middle
Atlantic States. Write, giving details
of age. education, exper. and salary
desired. Box 82-R, Star. —9
AIRCRAFT
SHEET METAL
WORKERS
MACHINISTS
Apply 602 Kennedy St N.W..
or phone TA. 3278:
THIEBLOT AIRCRAFT
| Aircraft Engineers
| Stress Analysts
Design Engineers
Layout Draftsmen
1. Electrical
2. Mechanical
3. Radio and
Instrument
Loftsmen
Mechanical
Engineers
'Opportunity of r lifetime
join the engineering de
| partment of the foremost
! designer and manufacturer
of
Helicopters
Help design the latest types
of rotary wing aircraft.
Immediate Openings
Attractive Salaries
Pleasant Working and
Living Conditions
Ample
Research Facilities,
Liberal Travel Allowance
to the East i
Build a new, exciting career
—Excellent opportunities
for advancement with a
firm young enough lor un
limited growth; well enough '
established to offer security.
Today, help supply our
armed forces with the new
est types of helicopters—to
morrow, help develop versa
tile civilian helicopters as ‘
well.
To meet production and de
velopment contracts, Sikor
sky Aircraft is enlarging its '
plant by a third—and al
ready it is the largest plant
in the world solely devoted
to heliocopter manufacture.
Send resume to
R. C. BANKS
Personnel Manager.
SIKORSKY
AIRCRAFT -
Plv- of United Aircraft Corporation
Bridgeport, Conn.
i
APPRENTICES
We have openings tor 2. To these
young men we offer the opportunity,
if they have the desire of starting!
thetr own business after 2 years '
training by us. The successful'
applicants must be mechanically f
inclined, of good character and
! must have high school educations.
Progressive wave scale. See Mr.
Liewald. L. C. SMITH it CORONA
TYPEWRITERS. INC., 1413 Park
t rd. n.w. —l2
A 'PLIANCE SALESMAN—Are you ani
; experienced salesman who knows
how to buijd customer confidence In
yourself and your company? Are
you also an experienced salesman,
who has been forced to take a cut
in commissions due to the current
: slump in major appliance business?
THEN WE NEED EACH OTHER!
You want good working conditions. 1
a chance to advance, the best com
mission*. national and local adver
tising of the products you sell and
PROSPECTS. We can offer all
these advantages to a reliable. In
telligent salesman who can turn
all our prospects Into sales, and
maintain our reputation for fair'
■ dealing and integrity Are you the>
man va want? A 88-1, Star.
HELP MIN (Cost.)
AIRCRAFT ENGINEERS
North American
Aviation, Inc.
OFFERS EXCELLENT
OPPORTUNITIES
TO ENGINEERS
IN ALL MAJOR FIELDS
FOR LONG-RANGE
MILITARY PROGRAM
IN
Los Angeles, California
COLUMBUS, OHIO
Especially Needed Are:
Engineering Designers
Engineering Draftsmen
Stress Analysts
Aerodyfipmicists
Electrical Engineers
Aircraft experience not necessarily
required Experience In many other
fields adaptable.
Also openings for recent
engineering college and tech
i nical school graduates.
Liberal transportation
allowances.
MONDAY, MARCH 10
THROUGH FRIDAY
MARCH 14, 1952
„ ~ SEE HIM AT THE
•United States Employment
Service, 315 12th St. N.W.
from 8:30 A.M. to 4:00.P.M.
PLEASE DO NOT TELEPHONE
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
WRITE
ENGINEERING
PERSONNEL OFFICE
NORTH AMERICAN
AVIATION, INC.
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
LOS ANGELES 45,
CALIFORNIA
Apprenticeship open for young
man close to 21 years, to learn trade
of glass and glazing. Good chance
for future; GI approved CHESA
PEAKE PLATE * WINDOW GLAM
«° sn!i 3ao NeW York * ve ' " e "
O-oHQt).
ARCHITECT
TAKE FULL CHARGE
EXPERIENCED
APARTMENT HOUSE, HOMES,
OFFICE BUILDING DEBIGN
TOP SALARY
T ° THK A^L T AB A L R E CHITK£rr
PERMANENT JOB.
Apply
SHAPIRO
ENGINEERING CORPORATION
911 16th St. N.W. MI. 1717.
** T , to undertake layout
fH.?.T duct,on P, f r M>°rta and pre
sentations: excellent career oppor
tunity with established research
organization in New York metropoli
tan area. Box 28-L. Star.
ABS-T SHIPPING CLERK—Experi
ence desirable: opportunity for ad
. vancement for the right man Addly
CAPITOL PRINTING INK CO, WC 7
806 Planning place n.e, —l2
ASST. MOR. TRAINEE
We have permanent openings for
young high school or college gradu
ate who- la Interested in making the
Consumers Finance business a ca
reer. Man selected must be able to
meet the public. Past employment
background will be well checked. If
accepted under this training plan,
you will receive benefits as fol
lows.
1. TT.orourti training for Branch
•**?*«ershlp. During thli period
of training you will receive top in
dustry salary.
2. Free Life and Hospitalisation In
su ranee.
3. Sick Leave.
4. Paid Vacation.
«: Ca° U furn?shed *fo? I !rou?*u»e,
AMERICAN FINANCE CO.
okJS 40 ? 1 ? *1” Rosslyn, Va. or
•UOB Rhode Island ave.. Mt. Rainier.
—ls
ASSISTANT NEEDED
AA-1 OPPORTUNITY
Men 20 to 40 years old. nice appear-
J 2, c , e ; ! e , s AS. lng ._ Immediate earnings
SSO to SIOO wkly.; 15 enjoyable hrs.
Keep present employment, no can
vassing. Apply in person, 2311 Cal
vert st, n.w. Mid fl, 7 p.m. Mon
day, March iO. See MR. BAKER.
AUTO BODY SHOP FOREMAN—At
tractive opening for an exper. body
shop foreman. Effective contacts for
bringing In work will be given
preference; excel, salary plus comm.
Vour .inquiry will be treated con
fidentially. Can LA. 6-8600. Mr.
Bents after 8. a.m. PYRAMID AUTO
BODY CO., 1836 Bladensburg rd.,
or call Mr. Mlchaelson after 6 p.m,
U. 3-8800.
AUTO BODY MAN. first-class; salary,
$75 a week and bonus. Inquire at
412 Xlth at. s.w, or AX. 3019. —II
AUTO BODY AND FENDER MEN (2),
who desire a permanent poiition;
capable of performing work to Cadil
lac standards* in a new and modern
shop: 5-day, 40-hour wk. Contact
Mr- Nuckles or Mr Fuchs. AKERS
OLDB AND CADILLAC CO, Falrllng-
OV. 0350 PPm * Center • AI * X JII2 V *-
AUTO GLASS MAN -
Kjper-- enod nay. GEORGES AUTO
GLASS, WA. 6869. —lO
AUTO BODY MECHANlCS—Experi
enced men can make good money.
Plenty of work. 5-day week, paid
holidays, benefits and insurance. A
good place to work. HILL it SAND
ERS. INC, 1114 Vermont ave. n.w.
NA. 9860. —l4
-AUTO MECHANICS. Opportunity for
two. Steady employment, high earn
ings for good men; health Insurance
profit-sharing plan, completely mod
ern shop with every type of equip
ment. Chance for promotion.
Wash, s oldest and largest Dodge.
Plymouth dealership. TREW MO-
T® R CO. Phone Mr. Myers, fore
man, DE. 1910 for appointment.
AUTO MECHANICS Exper. men
pref.: must have knowledge of all
makes; good starting salary, work
ing conditions and employe bene
fits. Apply MR. PRICE. 6831 Wls.
ave, or MR. NEWCITY. 1815 L
st. n.w. jLio
AUTO. MECHANIC, top pay and excel.
Forxlng cond- Apply in person
HERSONS AUTO, it APPLIANCE
CO., 714 O st. n.w. —9
AUTO MECHANIC
Perm, position with lge. dairy fleet;
truck exp. .preferred. Call THOMP
SON DAIRY.
DE. 1400
—it
AUTO PAINTER’S helper, colored; we
have an opening for an experienced
auto painter's helper; good paying,
steady work; excellent opportunity
to learn auto painting trade. See
Mr. Banta after 8 a.m, PYRAMID
AUTO BODY CO, 1836 Bladensburg
rd, LA. 6-6886.
AUTO PARTS OFFICE CLERK, must
know all parts, able to interpret
phone orders; good hand writing,
typing and employment record es
sential. Write for interview. Box
159-R, Star.
AUTOMOTIVE FARTB MAN—Chrys
ler products, parts exper.; firm In
business 22 yrs.: Dodge, Plymouth;
SVj-day week; easily accessible loca
, tion; hospitalization insurance, paid
i vacation; rapidly growing area; sal
ary open. Call Beck, service mgr,
; for appt. FA. 240 ft. FALLS CHURCH
MOTORS. 554 N. Washington st.
(Lee hay.). Falls Church. Va. —9
AUTO PARTS MAN
High salary to young man. experience,
in GM. parts: good wbrking cond.;!
Insurance plan, with a growing
parts department In a Chevrolet
dealership. HICKS CHEVROLET.
INC. Call Mr. Tioell. OE. OIOU.
—n
AUTO SALESMAN, exper, 6 days:
salary and commission, company
benefits, transp. furnished. BEND
ALL PONTIAC. Alex. Mr. Robinson,
OV. 16(8). i
AUTOMOBILE SALESMAN t excellent
propostlon. MEROPOLITAN MO
TORS. 1900 Bladensburg rd. 9*
AUTO ROAD SERVICE MEN—Exper.
road service men needed to operate
Holpies crane, start stalled cars.
Change tires and batteries: good
: salary, working conditions and em-
I ploye benefits. Apply’ M%. Newclty.
CALL CARL. INC, IfX6A ft sw.
HELP MIN
AUTOMOBILE CLAIMS
Law student or man with at least
1 year of law. aae 22 to 28. Borne
automobile adjusting exper. helpful.
To work In home office subrogation
division. Excellent opportunity. ,
Please call for appt. ST. 4600. Ext.
251. —ll
BAKER, first class only. Retail
Sroducts. No breads. Must he re
able and sober. CO. 3298.
BuUTAILERS (3). Have openings for
3 laundry and dry cleaning routes.
Apply MAJESTIC LAUNDRY. 5100
Addison rd. n.e. —l7
BELLMAN
Apply manager. LAFAYETTE
HOTEL, 16th and Eye sts. n.w.
BOOKKEEPER AND OFFICE MAN
Must be competent, experienced, with
Initiative and drive; able to take
responsibility in contractor's offlee.
1 need another right hand. Are
you It? Salary open. Call BARI
- QL. 4221 Monday.
BOOKKEEPER
Experienced, some typing
and filing, for rental housing
project; 5-day week, annual
salary with vacation. Pleasant
small offlee. Reply In own
handwriting stating full qual
ifications. Box 296-L, Star.
BRICK LAYERS—White only; wanted
for work on hourly or dally rate.
Call SH. 5482 Bun. or eves.
BRICKLAYERS (2)—l st-class white
mechanics; local work. Call im
mediately. JA. 8-7891 or OW. 9895.
BRICKLAYERS WANTED Steady
work; several Jobs Inside and out
side. top wages. Apply PARRIS ft
YOUNG. Fine Arts Bldg, Mary
Wash. College, Fredericksburg. Va.
—9
BUSINESS TRAINEE. 23-30. ior cred
it and accounting dept, with new
expanding branch of national cor
poration; n.e. location. Box 217-R.
Star. —lO
BUSINEBS TRAINEE. 23-30 to start
as correspondent with new expand
ing branch of national corporation,
n.e. locatldn. Box 48H-L. Star. —lO
BUTCHEB, willing to work all around
store: good salary and hours. NO
DRINKERS NEED APPLY. Call JO.
3-5527. ATLANTIC MARKET.
BUTCHER, part-time emmoyment:
excel, opport. Georgia 6100. —lO
BUTCHERS (2), young or old, for
super market. Steady Job with
reasonable hours for sober, indus
trious men. Insurance, hospitaliza
tion and paid vacations. Apply to
5405 Annapolis rd, Bladensburg,
Md. —ll
BUTCHER - MEATCUTTER—Exper,
reliable; excel, salary, pleasant
working conds. for sober man. Apply
in person only. 1906 7th at. n.w.
BUTCHER, with experience. In cut
rate market. Apply O. - YOUNG.
3104 M st. n.w. —lO
BUTCHER, looking for a good o*y
lng. steady Job. KING. 6201 Balti
more ave. Rlverdale. Md. UN/2727.
—lO
CABINETMAKER. REFINIBHER to
share space In long-established up
holstery shop. An excellent opport.
to operate your own business with no
cash Investment. Call. Mon. TA. 0841.
CAB DRIVERS
Late model and radio cabs. If you
do not have an identification card.
ve assist you In obtaining same.
P"*B'S BTUDIO. 131 16th at. n.e,
LI. .1-6102. —ll
Cafeteria Supervisor
suitlaNd, md.
Permanent position for a man with
some experience In restaurant fields.
Reliable, able to direct and sched
ule: 5 day wk, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.;
under 45. GOVERNMENT SERV
ICEB. INC, 1136 21st st. n.w. —lO
CARETAKER—Active retired man or
couple on pension for yard and coal
stoker duties about small estate in
Woodridge area, in exchange for de
sirable apt. or house. NO. 0660.
CAR AND TRUCK WASHER, colored;
perm, job, with paid vacation, group
insurance plan and other employe
benefits; must be sober and able to
furnish good refs. Apply GRIF
FITHS CONSUMER OARAGE. 1300
Ist st. n.e. —li
CARPENTERS (white); top wages for
A-l mechanics on residential work.
Call MR. WILSON. LI. 4-6384. —11)
CAR HOPS
Young men for full-time employment,
salary plus tips: meals and uniforms
furnished; paid vacation and sick
leave. , .
APPLY HOT BHOPPEB, INC.
Room 200. 1341 Q Bt. N.W.
CAR WASHERS (3) colored: must
have D. C. permits. Inside work,
free hospitalization, vacation with
£*7- Apply CHERNER'S AMOCO
STATION. Florida and Champlain
st n.w. Bee Mr. Rackey. phone
_AD. 9711. —ll
CAR WASH MAN—Top commissions.
MAQROGAN’S ESSO STATION, VI.
9775. —li
CARPENTER, first-class remodeling
man for established shop; year
around inside work. Top salary
*? d ..benefit*. Applicant
should be fully qualified in order
to apply Mr. Edward, JOHN G.
WEBSTER ft SONS. INC, 627 F st.
n.w, ST, 6100. —n
CARPENTER
And carpenter helper wanted. Apply
3420 N. Westmoreland at, E. Falls
Church. —io
CASHIER—Good pos. with oppor
tunity for advancement;, better
than-averate pay; ref. WILLYB
- 1824 L st. n.w. —l4
CASHIER
Front offlee. Experienced. Apply in
person, manarer’s offlee
HAY ADAMS HOTEL
CASHIER-CLERK, age 25~t0 ~35?
high school graduate, married; 40-
fiywk. Paid vacation. Apply
BREYER ICE CREAM CO, 1830
Bladensburg rd. n.e. —9
CHEF-COOK, colored; must furnish
n S. < l 8 _ x 242-H. Star. —lO
CWINA PACKERS and craters. MER
CHANTS TRANSFER ft STORAGE
CO, 920 R st. n.w. Mt. Hite.
CHOIR BINGEBB, -prom, downtown
church enlarging choir: tenors and
bass; both paid and vol, EX. 6789.
CHOIR SINGERS
Tenors and bass-baritones for Cath
olic Church Choir. State ate. exper.
and reading ability. Answer promptly
for Immediate audition. Salary.
Box 482-K, Star. «
CLAIM MAN for Insurance office;
accident, health and hospitalization
claims; must be Qualified to process
claims or have some knowledge of
contracts; good typist; salary open.
Box 261-L. Btar.
CLAIMS
Qur expansion program creates sev
eral openings for career-minded
young men in middle twenties with
college background, to Investigate
and adjust automobile claims In
preparation for inside supervision of
claims handling. Administrative fu
tures Some legal training preferred.
5* c ?l opport. for evning law stu
dent. Please call for appt, ST.
4600. Ext. 251. —if
CLERKS for old established firm;
able to handle figures: will train
for supervisory position; also one
can use typewriter. Call MR.
FOSTER, NA. 0155. —ls
CLERK, under 30, single, good op
portunity to learn fire and caauallty
Insurance business. In local branch
Ply b N ATIONIi"
812 Woodward Bldg. n
CLERK—Accounting Dept. Printing
Co. In n.e. Washington; no experi
ence necessary, on Job training. Ideal
for recent high school graduate in
terested in accounting work. Op-'
portunlties for advancement. Call
MISS ARANT. DE. 6565.
CLERK, retail liquor. Apply 3103
Naylor rd. s.t. between 8. and 10:
p.m. weekdays.
CLERK, to assist manager 'ln valet <
shop: experienced man under 35:
yrs. pref. 922 17th st. n.w.
CLERK, capable with figures must be
speedy, accurate and dependable,
willing to work odd hr. schedule,
beginning 12 noon-time. Reply
stating age and salary expected. Box
202-R. Star. —9
CLERK—Dry cleaning store on Wls.
ave.; good opportunity to right man.
Box 3J3-L, Btar. —lO
CLERK
4 P.M.-12 Midnight
Alert Individual, 21-30 yra. of age.
who Is capable of handling details,
to perform clerical duties necessary
prior to returning advertising proofs
to our advertisers. Apply personnel,
room 605. Open weekdays. 8:30-5,
anft S»turd*v 9-1. No phone calls.
THE EVENING STAR
1101 Pennsylvania. Ave N.W.
CLERK
In credit offlee of fine men's specialty!
shop. Must be good at figures
Permanent. Pleasant working con
ditions. Aooty to Mr. Aiken.
GROSNER
OF 1325 F ST.
CLERK-TYPIST
Refined young man for -general office
work. MARTIN'S CHINA STORE.
1223 Conn, avfe. —9 j
CLOTHING SALESMEN Several
experienced galesmen are seeded at
once by a tost established men’s and
Dors’ clothing and furnishings store:
good salary to right men and other
incentives. Apply at ondA to per-
Classified Ads
HILP MIN
COLLECTOR-INVESTIGATOR to call
on slow-paying accounts; must have
car; sal, Mil) wkly, good al- 1
lowanee ior car; perm. pos. Apply
Mr. 81\eer. H. ABRAMSON CO,
1032 7th st. n.w. —l3
COLLECTOR • SALESMAN—Perma
nent position for two men. Car
necessary. Experience means morft
incomi but not essentia). Drawing
accnun plus commissions. See MR.
THOMAS, 1031 7th st. n.w.
COLLECTION MAN. to take charge of
legal and p. and U dept, must be
exper.; sal. commensurate with abil
ity. See Mr. Gold, DAILEY’S. 709
7th st. n.w. —ll
COLLECTQR-DRIVER
Alert young man. 25-36 ysars of age.
neat in appearance ana capable of
meeting the oublic. for permanent
position making collections on Indi
vidual advertising accounts: 6-day.
40-hr. wk.: must have knowledge of
city. D. C. driving permit and clear
driving record. Apply personnel.
Room 605: open weekdays. 8:30-6
and Sat, 9-1. No ohone calls.
THE EVENING STAR
COLLECTION MEN v
We need 2 men to handle Installment
accounts by telephone. Must be
reliable. Will pay top salary.
LONQB. 731 7th st. n.w. —ll
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER-INSPEC
TORS for water and sewerage fa
cllltigs construction; $3.000-$4.200
per annum; permanent employment.
OFFICE OP SANITARY ENGINEER.
County of Fairfax. Fairfax. Va.
COOK—Must be thoroughly experi
enced. reliable and sober. 6-day wk,
good salary. Apply In person. 1133
14th st. n.w. —9
COOK for small restaurant; good
working conditions. Apply In per
son. 1243 Wls. ave. n.w.
COOK, thoroughly experienced; mutt
be capable of managing entire
kitchen and catering to fine clientele.
For personal Interview, write Box
242-R. Star. —9
COUNTERMAN, exper. for kosher
delicatessen. Apply 7822 Eastern
ave. n.w. % —l6
COUNTERMAN who has had oyster
shucking experience on bar. CY
.ELLIS RESTAURANT. 1011 E at.
CREDIT MANAGER. In Richmond.
Va.: we are a large retail direct
mail order firm, well rated; we re
quire a credit manager with a suc
cessful background, preferably In
extension and collection of Install
ment mall order accounts; must be
capable of taking complet* charge
of department. Write fully. Replies
will be kept in strict confidence. Our
personnel know of this advt. P. O.
Box 1. Richmond 1, Va.
CREDIT MAN
Young man for credit offlee of line
furniture store; good salary and
working conditions; chance for ad
vancement. Apply to_Mr. Mullln.
JULIUS LANSBUROH FURNITURE CO
DENTIST. HOURS 9-5; ESTAB
LISHED OFFICE; MODERN EQUIP
MENT. SALARY AND COMMB
SION. BT. 6708,
DISPATCHER AND CALL CLERK. Old
and established firm; reliable and
capable person with references. Good
salary. White Box 199-L, Star. fl
DISPLAY MAN
Young white man. familiar with win
dow and interior displays; 5-day.
40-hr. week. You’ll like working at
Beckers
BECKERS
DISPLAY MAN
AND
DISPLAY ASST.
1
DEPARTMENT STORE
OR SPECIALTY SHOP
EXPERIENCE
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
THE HECHT CO.
F ST., AT 7th N.W.
Glebe Rd. St Wilson Blvd.
ARLINGTON, VA.
DRAFTSMEN tor water and aewerage
facilities program; $2.70(J-$3,600 per
annum: permanent employment.
: OFFICE OF SANITARY ENGINEER,
County of Fairfax. Fairfax. Va.
! DRIVER, white, (some Inside work),
. must be familiar Wash, and Metro
. polltan area. Apply In person, MA
' 80N’S FLOWERS ft GIFTS. 11441
, Oeorgla ave, Wheaton. Silver Spring.
—0
DRIVERS (2). for wholesale dry
cleaning and laundry routes; exper.
preferred: good pay. Apply MA
JESTIC LAUNDRY, 6100 Addison
rd. n.e. —lO
- DRIVER (white) for dry cleaning
route, must be sober: no experience:
references; good working conditions
for willing man; salary and com
mission. Apply 5118 MacArtbur blvd.
n.w —lO
:
DRIVER '
COLORED
! Permanent postlon. must know city,
j not mind long hours, hard work;
! have good driving record; vac, sick
leave, bonus; $42.50 start. Apply
WASH. FISH. 1011 E st. s.w.
—9
ELECTRONIC
ENGINEERS
AND
EXPERIENCED
DRAFTSMEN
JOIN A COMPANY OF
NEW IDEAS AND
SKILLED MEN

As a leader in a field of elec
tronic research and develop
ment MELPAR constantly
deals In new ideas and
works with skilled men,
whose initiative and ability
are an active factor in the
development of these ideas.
We want to add to our dis
tinguished group of men
those whose background en
titles them to the substan
tial salaries, advancement
and recognition that is an
integral part of MELPAR
policy. Work is in pleasant
Alexandria, just« outside
Washington, D. C, in a
modern plant with extensive
! laboratory facilities.
'lf you have had experience
; in any of the following fields
; we would like to hear from
you:
COMPUTERS
RADAR BEACONS
TELEMETERING
SUB-MINIATURIZATION
MICROWAVE RECEIVERS
MICROWAVE
TRANSMITTERS
MILLIMICROSECOND
PULSE CIRCUITS
RESEARCH IN UNDER
WATER SOUND SYSTEMS
SEND RESUME TO
PERSONNEL DIRECTOR
OR
APPLY IN PERSON
8:30 A M. to 4:30 P.M.
Monday Through Saturday
MELPAR, INC.
A SUBSIDIARY OF
Westinghouse Air Brake Co.
452 SWANN AVE.
ALEXANDRIA, VA.^
HELP MIN
DRIVERS, TRAILER
Colored. Must have experience with
treUer tracks and delivery knowl
edge of D. C, Md. and V*. Good
pay. Report to Warehouse. 8:30 ».a.
HECHINOER CO.
DRUG CLERK, experienced; excellent
working conditions: salary open.
BARCROFT PHARMACY. 4704 Co
lumbia pike. Arlington. Va.
DRUG CLERK—Good hours and good
pay; experience necessary. Apply
Mrs Turco. MAXWELL ft TENNY
SON, Room 103. 916 19th st. n.w.
EDITORIAL ANALYST and writer 1 “for
publication in field of labor rela
tions and personnel: substantial ex
perience required; reply stating ex
perience and salary desired. Box
487-D. Btar.
ELECTRICIAN—First-class man for
old work with D. C. card and driver’a
license; steady work tor steady man.
REED ELECTRIC CO, HO. 4321
ELECTRICAL EBTIMATOE. experi
enced on Industrial and commercial
work, tpstallatlon or lge. trans
former. switchboard, twitch tear.
Box 447-L. Star. —9
ELECTRICIAN Exper. mechanic!
mostly commercial work: TA. lIjSSt.
ELECTRICIAN ~
Experienced, ton pay. steady work,
good opportunity. Call RA. 2284.
ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN for small
shop; must be familiar with surplus
equipment. Phone MR. PORTER. BT.
2215 for Interview. —8
ELEVATOR and Janitor relief work;
colored pian for swing shift; 4
days a week; for large downtown
apt bldg.; must be thoroughly ea*
perienced and reliable, with stoker
and elevator work. Call re*, mgr.,
DE. 1552.
ENGINEER, civil or mechanical, ex
perienced. first class only- for of
fice or field work. Write P. O. Box
1106. Roanoke. Va. —9
ENGINEERING PERSONNEL a- De
signing engineers, assistant engl*
ners, draftsmen. Inspectors, rodmen.
Permanent positions, retirement and
hospital benefits, vacation and tick
leave; salary commensurate with ex
perience and ability. Personnel di
rector, WASHINGTON SUBURBAN
SANITARY COMMISSION. Hyatta
vllle. Md.
ENGINEERS' '
Mechanical and electrical, with tech
nical writing and editorial exper.;
good pay with consultant engineering
company working on Govt, contracts
at Fort Belvotr. Va. Call UR.
FREEMAN. KI. 8-8339. tor appt.
Engineers...
Growth and a
Future With
GENERAL
ELECTRIC CO.
Excellent facilities and
challenging assignments
offer. opportunities for
creative thinking and
growth with General
Electric’s Aeronautics Sc
Ordnance Systems Div.
ENGINEERS . . .
Electrical, me
chanical and aero
nautical with B. S.
degree for develop
ment, design, and
quality control.
DRAFTSMEN AND
DESIGNERS . . .
Consider the wide
diversity of our op
erations in the fol
lowing fields: Aero
dynamics, Electron
ics, Power Systems,
Airframe Design,
t Turbo Pumps, Servo-
Systems, Aircraft and
| Surface Fire Control,
Marine Equipment.
Permanent positions
are now open at our
modern plants in:
Schenectady, N. Y.
Burlington, Yt.
Pittsfield, Mass.
Johnson City, N. Y.
Pension, health and Ilf*
Insurance plans plus com
pany stock bonus plan.
Send Resume of
Experience
GENERAL
ELECTRIC CO.
Personnel Division .
Building I—Dept. A-24
Schenectady, N. Y.
ENGINEERS
MECHANICAL
ENGINEERS. EXPERIENCED IN DE
SIGN OF HEATINO. VENTILATION,
Mr® '»***
Also, men experienced In layout of
process piping for chemical plants.
We have above average working
conditions established vacation and
sick leave plan. Also, paid holidays.
Please give full particulars as to
education, experience and salary
desired in first letter. .
Austin Engineers, Inc.
11l Curtis Bids.. Detroit 2. Mich
or call at Rm H3O. Barr Bldg,
Washington, for application or
telephone. RE. 3638 for appt.
side SSft
Is£V. St,r! #rk ’ ,use “ Ur, '_S“
FARMER. to care for beef cattle:
house, garden, etc.; furn. Give aal
jrj; refs, and all particulars in re
ply. good position for responslbla
man. Box 140-L. Star. —lO
E4ND with small family for
yell • equip, stock farm: must be
familiar with machinery and gen.
farming; sober and reliable: furn.
references; good salary; 5-rm. house
with running water, milk. fuel, etc.:
school bus close by. FREMONT
dat£ Vienna. Va. Phone Vienna
FARM AND DAIRY WORKER: good
wages, house, etc. furnished. CapabSe
of handling machinery. Box 64-L,
Star. 9
FIELD MANAGER
SIO,OOO-CALIBER ONLY
Must be experienced in direct sales.
Own car: supervisory exper. helpful.
Call HU. 6241 for appt. 9-2 only.
FILE CLERK, age 17 to 22; hlin
school education: $199 per mo to
start; *221 in 3 mos. with periodic
Increases: u-day. 40-hr. week. Apply
WASHINGTON OAB-LIOHT CO.Vper!
sonnet dept., 1100 29th st. n.w. No
phone calls. 9
FIREMAN—Young man to work aa
fireman and engineer's assistant in
ler . L 9° m Call MR.
SHEPHERD. OR. 4000. Ext. 409
FREIGHT BRAKEMEN
18-44 YEARS
$1.91 PER HOUR
WJt.KMUK.
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