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OAT AFTER OAT
THE STAR IS THE 8
DOMINANT
CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
MEDIUM
IN WASHINGTON
AUCTION SALES
COLLATERAL AT AUCTION f
By virtue of a cert*lit collateral note. **
dated Washington, D. C.. Septem
ber 15. 1061. payable five months
after date, with interest at 0% per
annum, default having occurred In -
payment of same, and at the re- 1
quest of the holder thereof, we will
sell at public auction, within the i
office of Thos. J. Owen * Son,
Room 435, Southern Building. Fif
teenth * H Streets. Northwest, on
THURSDAY the THIRD day of
k£ sv BB y.‘ <m§s%. f
scribed collateral to wit: A First
Deed of Trust Note In the face
amount of 50.600.00, dated June 16,
1061. nayable six months after date,
with interest at 0% per annum, and
secured on Lots 45 and 46 In Square
6117. TERMB. All Cash. All parties
In Interest please take notice. THOB.
Jjh 2 jp 2 * b O n > Auctioneers.
THOS. J. OWEN * SON. Auctioneers.
436 Southern Building.
Trustees' Sale of Valuable THRXB
STORY AND BASEMENT ROW
BRICK DWELLING BEING KNOWN
AS_ PREMISES NUMBER SOS “L” 1
STREET. NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, in Liber No. 8360.
Folio 611 et seq., of the land records
of the District of Columbia, and at
the request of the party secured
thereby, the undersigned trustees
will sell, at public auction in front
of the premises, on MONDAY. THE
SEVENTH DAY OF APRIL. AD.
1952. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the
following-described land and prem
ises. situate In the District of Co
lumbia. and designated as and being
6 art of original Lot lln Square 401.
elng more particularly described by
metes and bounds In said deed of
trust. Now known for purposes of
- and taxation as Lot 800 1
In Square 401.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior (build
ing association) deed of trust for 1
approximately $6,996.27, further <
particulars of which will be an
nounced at time of sale; the pur
chase price above said trust to be b
paid In cash. A deposit of $600.00
required. Conveyancing, recording,
etc., at purchaser’s cost. Adjustments
made as of date of sale. Terms to be
complied with within thirty days,
otherwise deposit forfeited and the
property may be advertised and re
sold at the discretion of the trustees.
JOHN SWAGART.
IRVIN C. BRENEMAN.
ah27.29.31.*p3.5 Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN * SON, Aactlaneers.
436 Southern Building.
Trustees’ Sale of Valuable TWO
STORY ROW BRICK DWELLING
BEING KNOWN AS PREMISES
NUMBER 1121 HALF STREET.
SOUTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded. In Liber No. 9440.
Folio 146 et seq.. of the land records
of the District of Columbia, and at
the request of the party secured t
thereby, the undersigned trustees *
will sell at public auction In front
of the premises, on MONDAY THE
SEVENTH DAY OF APRIL, A.D.
1952, AT THREE-THIRTY O’CLOCK
F.M.. the following-described land
and premises, situate in the District
of Columbia, and designated as and
being Lot 28. Square North of 650
In the subdivision made by Miller,
as per plat recorded in the Office of
the Surveyor for the District of Co
lumbia In Liber 23 at folio 86.
Terms: Bold subject to a prior deed
of trust for approximately $3,300.00
further particulars of which will be
announced at time of sale: the pur- ~
chase price above said trust to be T
paid In cash. A deposit of $500.00
required. Conveyancing, recording. _
etc., at purchaser'* cost. Adjust- 1
ments made as of date of sale.
Terms to be compiled with within
thirty days, otherwise deposit for
feited and the property may be ad- „
tertised and resold at the discretion 13
of the trustees.
ARTHUR WILLCHER,
LOUIS BRESSLER.
mh27.29.31,ap3,5 Trustee*.
THOS. J. OWEN * BON, Auctioneers,
436 Southern BaUdtog.
Trustees’ Sale of Valuable ROW
BRICK BUILDING BEING KNOWN
AS PREMISEB NUMBER 82 O
STREET. SOUTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, in Liber No. 8676.
Folio 352 et seq., of the land rec
ords of the District of Columbia, and
at the request of the party secured
thereby, the undersigned trustees
will sell, at public auction In front 7
Os the premises, on MONDAY. THE
THIRTY-FIRST DAY OF MARCH,
A.D. 1952. AT FOUR O’CLOCK P.M..
the following-described land and
premises, situate In the District of
Columbia, and designated as and be
ing Lot 66 in the subdivision made
by Sam Cooperman and Rebecca
£ooperman of original lot 13 in
auare 643. as per plat recorded In
the Office of the Surveyor for the
District of Columbia in Liber 81 at
Milo 23.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior (build
ing association) deed of trust for
approximately $1,970.64 further
particulars of which will be an
nounced at time of sale: the pur- _
chase price above said trust to be
paid in cash. A deposit of $506.00
required. Conveyancing, recording. -
etc., at purchaser’s cost. Adjust- i
ments made as of date of sale.
Term* to be complied with within
30 days, otherwise deposit forfeited
and the property may be advertised
and resold at tn# discretion of the
* rU * lt CHARLES E. MITCHELL.
HOWARD BERNSTEIN.
mh19.22.28.27.29 Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN * SON, Auctioneers.
435 Sautbera Building.
Trustees’ Salg of Valuable BRICK
DWELLING SITUATE NO. 6214
NINTH (9th) STREET. NORTH
WEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded. In Liber No. 8208,
Folio 41 et seq. of the land records
of the District of Columbia, and at
the request of the party secured
thereby, the undersigned trustees
will sell, at public auction. In front
FIRST OTUTk&L A.D. AT J
THREE O'CLOCK P.M.. the following- 1
described land and premises, situ- t
ate In the District of Columbia, and
deaignated aa and being Lot num
bered Twenty (20) In J Edward
Fowler’a subdivision of Lots 1 and 2.
In Block numbered Three (3).
“North Brlghtwood.” aa. per plat
recorded In the Office of the Sur
veyor for the District of Columbia
In Liber 43 at folio 130; said Block
3 being now taxed as Bquqye 2979.
Subject to a right of way over the
rear 5 feet of said lot. for alley
Surposes for the benefit of Lot 22
> said subdivision; and with a right
of way over the rear 5 feet of Lot
19 In said subdivision, for alley pur
poses for the benefit of said Lot 20.
TERMS OF SALE: ALL CASH. A de
posit of $600.00 will be required at
time of sale. All conveyancing, re
cording. revenue stamps, etc., at cost
of purchaser. Terms of sale to be
compiled with within 30 days from
day of sale, otherwise the trustees
reserve the right to resell the prop
erty at tha risk and cost of. de
faulting purchaser after five days
advertisement of such resale in some
newspaper published in Washington.
§.UsOlph N w^santteluann,
JOHN F. DONOHOE. )
mh21.24.27.29,31 Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN * SON, Auetlaneers.
438 Southern Building.
Trustees’ Sale of Valuable ROW
BRICK DWELLING BEING KNOWN
AS PREMISES NUMBER 71 FEN
TON COURT. NORTHWEST. . .
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, in Liber No. 9440.
Folio 137 et seq.. of the land records
of tha District of Columbia, and at
the request of the party secured
thereby, the undersigned trustees
will sell, at public auction In front
AT TWO-THIRTY O’CLOCK P.M.,
the following-described land and
premises, situate In the District of
Columbia, and designated as and
being Lot 164 In subdivision In
Square 621 made by Qonsaaa Col
lege as per plat recorded in Liber
14 at Folio 199 In the Office of the
Surveyor for tha District of Co- .
lumbia.
TERMS OF BALE: ALL CASH. A de
posit of $500.00 will be required st
time of sale. AUI conveyancing, re- 1
cording revenue stamps, etc., at cost
of purchaser. Terms of sale to be
comoiied with within thirty days
frem lay of sale, otherwise the
trustees reserve the rlaht to resell
the property at the risk and cost
of defaulting purchaaer. after five
days’ advertisement of such resale
in some newspaper published In
Washington. D. C.
BERTHA LIEBOW.
ELLIOTT LIEBOW.
mhgl .24.27.29,31 Trustees.
TUOS J. OWEN * SON, Auctioneers,
435 Southern BulMins.
Trustees’ Sale of Valuable ROW
FRAME DWELLING BEING KNOWN
AS PREMISES NUMBER 611 SEC
OND stoStt. NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded. In Liber No. 8736.
Folio 56 et seq.. of the land records
of the District of Columbia, and
at tn# request of the party secured
thereby, the undersigned trustees
wtu sell, at public auction in front
of Ote premises, on THURSDAY
THE THIRD DAY OF APRIL A. D.
1952. AT FOUR O’CLOCK P. M..
the following-described land and
premises, situate In the District of
Columbia, and designed as and being
Parts of Original Lots 7 and 8 In
S quart 667; being more particularly
escribed by metes and bounds In
said deed of trust. Now known for
purposes of assessment wad taxation
as Lot 806 In Square 5677
further particulars of which wIB be
announced st time of, sate: the pur-
SSS , J^Sh.‘VdJS!,VSn ! M
required. Conveyancing, recording,
•tc.. at purchaser's coat. Adjust
ment* made as oi date of sale.
Term* to be complied with within
thirty days, otherwise deposit for
™rtUed|«uul^resbid P at t the* discretion
AUCTION SALES (Cont.)
■ALE OF AUTOMOBILE UNDER con
ditional tale contract by virtue of
the power of sale contained In con
ditional sale from Gary Motors to
Denis Dixon on June 10, 1961. De
fault having been, made In the terms
and conditions therein, the under
signed assignee of the seller under
said conditional sale contract will
selUat nubile auction at 916 Taylor
Street, N.W., Washington, D. C.. on
April 11. 1952. at 10 A.M.. the
following automobile: 1947 Chevro
let coupe, motor No. EAM96712.
serial No. 14EJL1O830.
TERMS OP SALE
3a#h will be required at time of sale
and all cost of transfer at expense
of purchaser
FEDERAL BERVICEB FINANCE
CORPORATION —3O
rHOS J. OWEN * SON. Auctioneers.
436 Southern Building,
rrustees’ Sale of Valuable TWO
STORY AND BASEMENT ROW
BRICK DWELLING BEING KNOWN
AS PREMISES NUMBER. 1719
FIRST STREET. NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, tn Liber No. 8417,
Folio 237, et seq.. of the land rec
ords of District of Columbia, and at
the request of the party secured
thereby the undersigned trustees
will sell, at public auction in front
of the premises, on THURSDAY.
THE THIRD DAY OF APRIL A.D.
1962. AT TWO-THIRTY O’CLOCK
P.M.. the following-described land
and premises, situate In the District
of Columbia, and designed as and
being Lot 74, Block 10. Blooming
dale. as per plat recorded in the
Office of the Surveyor for the Dis
trict of Columbia in Liber CounTy
14 at folio 77 Said Block 10 now
taxed as Square 3102.
rerms: Sold subject to a prior
(building association) deed of trust
for approximately $5,736.38 further
particulars of which will be an
nounced at time of sale; the pur
chase price above said trust to be
paid in cash. A deposit of $500.00
required. Conveyancing, recording,
etc., at purchaser’s cost. Adjust
ments made as of date of sale.
Terms to be complied with within
thirty days, otherwise deposit for
feited and the property may be ad
vertised and resold at the discretion
of the trustees
M. J. WRIOHT.
M. M. COLE.
mh24.26.29.31.ap2. Trustee*.
rHOS. J. OWEN A SON, Auctioneers,
436 Southern Building.
rrustees’ Sale of Valuable ROW
FRAME DWELLING BEING KNOWN
AS PREMISES NUMBER 728 SIXTH
STREET. NORTHEAST.
3y virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded. In Liber No. -9015,
F01i0.588 et seq.. of the land rec
ords of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of the party se
cured thereby, the undersigned
trustees will sell, st public auction
In front of the premises, on MON
DAY. THE SEVENTH DAY OP
APRIL. A.D. 1952. AT THREE
O’CLOCK P.M., the following
described land and premises, situate
In the District of Columbia, and
designated as and being Lot 9 In
Charles J. Uhlman’s subdivision of
original lots 7 and 8 In Square 833.
as per plat recorded In the Office of
the Surveyor for the District of
Columbia In Liber “B” at Folio 180;
and part of the alley closed as
shown on plat recorded In said
Surveyor’s Office In Liber 21 at
Folio 78: being more particularly
described by metes and bounds ki
said deed of trust,
rerms: Sold subject to a prior deed
of trust for approximately *2.560.00
further particulars of which will be
announced at time of sale; the pur
chase price above said .rust to be
paid Vn cash. A deposit of $600.00
required. Conveyancing, recording,
etc., at purchaser’s cost. Adjust
ments made as of date of sale.
Terms to be complied with within
thirty days, otherwise deposit for
feited and the property may be
advertised and resold at the dis
cretion of the trustees.
WILLIAM J. BARTLE.
JOHN E. JONES.
mh27.29,31.ap3,5. Trustees.
rHOS. J. OWEN A SON. Auctioneers,
435 Southern Building.
rrustees’ Sale of Valuable TWO
STORY ROW - BRICK DWELLING
BEING KNOWN AS PREMISES
NUMBER 60 ’’K” STREET. NORTH
.rtue of a certain deed of trust
H recorded, in Liber No. 8540.
j 219 et seq.. of the land records
of the District of Columbia, and at
the request of the party secured
thereby, the undersigned trustees
will sell, at public auction tn front
of the premises, on MONDAY. THE
THIRTY-FIRST DAY OF MARCH
A.D. 1962. AT TWO-THIRTY
O'CLOCK P.M., the following-de
scribed land and premises, situate
in the District of Columbia, and
designated as and being Lot 292
In M. Florence Locke's subdivision
of lots in Square 674, as per plat
recorded In the Office of the Sur
veyor for the District of Columbia
ir. Book 14 at page 140.
rerms: Sold subject to a prior (build
ing association) deed of trust lot
approximately $1,306.61 further
particulars of which will be an
nounced at time of sale; the pur
chase orice 'above said trust to be
paid In cash. A deposit of $500.00
required. Conveyancing, reeording,
etc., at purchaser's cost. Adjust
ments made as of date tt
Terms td be complied with within
tWrty days, otherwise deposit for
fel- r’ and the property may be
advertised and resold at the dis
cretion of the trustees.
P. D. HOLMES.
Surviving Trustee.
mh1L.21,24.27,29
PROPOSALS
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE.
Bureau of Public Roads. March 25.
1952. SEALED BIDS will be received
at the office of the Division Engineer,
Bureau of Public Roads. 1440 Co
lumbia Pike, Arlington. Virginia,
until 1.1:00 am.. E.3.T.. APRIL
25. 1952, for Project lE2. Baltimore-
Washlngton Parkway. Prince Georges
County. Maryland. Bridge at Beaver
dam Road. Two Box Culverts and
Approach Grading. The approximate
quantities of the more important
items are: 20,500 cu. yd. Excava
tion. 2,295 cu. yd. Cement Concrete,
and 364,000 lb. Reinforcing Steel.
Minimum wage rates have been
fixed as required by law. Plans,
specifications and proposal forms
are available upon request at the
address given above. H. J. Spelman,
Division Engineer.
LIGAL NOTICES
CHARLES D. SANGER, Jr., Attorney.
731 Woodward Bldg.
UNITED BTATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing probate Court.—No. 79.773. Ad
ministration.—This Is to Give
Notice: That the subscriber, of the
State of Maryland has obtained
from the Probate Court of the Dis
trict of Columbia. Letters of Ad
ministration on the estate of Marie
Stuart Davidson White Salzbrenner,
also known as Marie D. salzbrenner.
Marie 8. Salzbrenner. Marie Stuart
White. Marie S. White and Marie
Balzbrenner late at the District of
Columbia, deceased. All persons
having claims against the deceased
are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with the vouchers thereof,
legally authenticated, to the sub
scriber, on or before the 17 th day
of September. A.D. 1952: otherwise
they may by law be excluded from
all benefits of said estate. Given
under my hand this 17th day of
March. 1952. MERTON L. WHITE.
2506 Forest Glen. Rd.. Silver Bprlng.
Md. (Seal.) Attest: THEODORE
COGSWELL. Register of Wills for
the District of Columbia. Clerk of
the Probate Court.
mh22.29 aps
HARRY J. AHERN. Attorney,
_ 416 sth St., N.W.
Filed Mar. 20. 1952. Harry M. Hull.
_ Clerk.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. —
Charlotte L. Bledsoe, Plaintiff, vs.
Kermle Bledsoe. Defendant.—No.
3197-48.—The object of this suit
Is to enlarge decree of limited di
vorce to absolute divorce. On mo
tion of the plaintiff. It Is this 20th
day of March. 1952. ordered that
the defendant cause his appearance
to be entered herein on or before
the fortieth day. exclusive of Sun
days and legal holidays, occurring
after the day of the first publication
of this order; otherwise the cause
will be proceeded with as In'case
of default. Provided, a copy of this
order be published once a week for
three successive weeks In the
Washington Law Reporter, and The
Evening Star before said day. (&)
BURNITA SHELTON MATTHEWS.
Judge. (Seal.) A TRUE COPY.
ATTEBT: HARRY M. HULL. Clerk.
By OEOROE A. WATTS. Deputy
Clerk. mh22.29.ap5
MILFORD F. SCHWARTZ and
STANLEY BAITZ. Attorney*.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia, Hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 79.813. Ad
ministration.—This Is to Give
Notice: That the subscriber, of
the District of Columbia has ob
tained from the Probate Court of
the District of Columbia, Letters of
Administration on the estate of
Benjamin Creek, also known as
Benny Creek, late of the District of
Columbia, deceased. All persons
having claims against the deceased
are hereby warned to exhibit the
game. with the voucher* thereof,
legally authenticated, to the sub
scriber, on or before the 17th day
of September, A.D. 1952: otherwise
they may by law be excluded from
all benefit of said estate. Given
te , w S S“S B a&, su-vi
THICOOBvIhUI ' Register
of Wills for the District of Co
lumbia. Clerk of the Probate Court.
mh22,29.ap5
JULIUS I. PEYSER and AARON
W. JACOBSON, Attorneys,
UNITED BTATEB DISTRICT COURI
for the District of Columbia. Holdlm
Probate Court.—No. 79,776, Admin
istration.—This is to Give Notice
That the subscribers, of' the District
of Columbia have obtained from th<
Probate Court of the District o:
Columbia Letters Testamentary oi
the estate of Hattie F. Louis. lat<
of the District of Columbia, de
ceased. All persons having claim:
against the deceased are hereto
warned to exhibit the same, wit!
the vouchers thereof, legally suthen
ticated. to the subscribers, on oi
before the 17th day of September
A.D. 1962; otherwise they may bj
law be excluded from all benefit o:
said estate. Given under our hand
this 17th day of March 1962
LUCIUS B. LOUIS and MKtVIN P
I LOUIS. 2700 Connecticut Avo., N.W.
Apt. 302. (Beal) Attest: THRO
for theDlstrlct of Columbia. Cirri
; <
LEGAL NOTICES (Cont.)
■ONNETT A BO>gNKTT. Attorneys.
UNITED BTATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Holding
Probate Court.—No. 79.241. Admin
istration.—Thle is to Give Notice:
That the subscribers, of the District
of Columbia have obtained from the
Probate Court of the District of
Columbia. Letters of Administration
on Hie estate of Abraham Futrowsky,
late of the District of Columbia, de
ceased. All persons having claim*
against the deceased are hereby
warned to exhibit the same, with
the vouchers thereof, legally authen
-1 ticated. to the subscribers, on or be
fore the 17th day of September.
A. 1962: otherwise they may by
law be excluded from all benefit of
said estate. Olven under nur hands
this 17th day of March. 1952. ROSE
FUTROWSKY and MOLL IE FU
TROWSKY 4917 Illinois Ave., N.W.
(Seal.) Attest: THEODORE 6008-
WELL. Register of Wills for the
District of Columns. Clerk of the
Probate Court. mh22.29.ap8
HARRINGTON A GRAHAM
Attorneys, 484 Washington Bldg.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 78694. Ad
ministration.—This is to Give
Notice: That the subscriber, of the
District of Columbia has obtained
from the Probate Court of the Dis
trict of Columbia, Letters of Ad
ministration on the estate of Mary
Berri Chapman Hansbrough late of
the District of Columbia, deceased.
All persons having claims against
the deceased are hereby warned to
exhibit the same, with the vouchers
thereof, legally authenticated, to
the subscribe*, on or before the 10th
day of September. A.D. 1962;
otherwise they may by law be ex
cluded from all benefit of said
'state. Given Under my hand this
1 Oth day of March, 1062. MARY
B. BRAZELLE, 464 Washington
Building. (Sea!) Attest: THEO
DORE COGSWELL. Register of Wills
for the District of Columbia. Clerk
of the Probate Court, mh15.22.29.
JAMES F. REILLY. Attorney.
«211 5th 8t„ N.W.
UNITED STATT® DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing Probate Court.—-No. 79.720. Ad
ministration.—This is to Give
Notice: That the subscriber, of the
District of Columbia has obtained
from the Probate Court of the Dis
trict of Columbia. Letters Testa
mentary on the estate of Leonard
Leland. late of the District of Co
lumbia, deceased. All persons having
claims against the deceased are
hereby warned to exhibit the same,
with the vouchers thereof, legally
authenticated, to the subscriber, on
or before the 10th day of September.
A.D. 1952: otherwise they may by
**w be excluded from all benefit of
said estate. Given under my hand
this 10 th day of March. 1952
BESSIE HART LELAND. 3101 18th
Bt.. N.W. (Seal.) Attest: THEO
DORE COGSWELL, Register of Wills
for the District of Columbia. Clerk
of the Probate Court. mh16.22.29.
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MI. 2538 Evenings. GE. 4184
30*
HELP WANTED AGENCIES
BOOKKEEPERS AND ACCOUNTANTS.
We specialize In these positions.
ATLAS 1420 N. Y. ave. n.w.
Wftej; answering advertisements
addressed to Star boxes, do NOT
inclose orlgtnal references, photo
graphs or other materials of per
sonal value. Copies serve the pur
post and originals mag tit lost,
HELP MIN '
: ACCOUNTANT—Young man, to train
for office manager, prefer one with
some office exper.; 514-day wk.;
hospitalization and life Insurance
Plan: paid holidays and vacation.
Apply W.F. Beauchamn. LUSTINE
NICHOLSON CHEVROLET, 6710
Baltimore ave., Hyatts.. Md. —3O
ACCOUNTANT for CPA office: any
stage from jr. to seml-sr.; salary
open. MR. HUBBARD. LO. 6-2020.
• - 30
ACCOUNTANTS, JRS. state age
salary and education. Box 434-s.
■ Star. —2
; APPRENTICE—High school grad., to
, .ejper. man. Our own employes
; APPRENTICE—High school grad., to
learn well-paying trade as carpet
I mechanic. Apply in person. BENATE
FLOOR COVERING CO., 2457 18th
; st. n.w. —3O
1 ARCHITECT
To Take Full Charge
t TOP SALARY
; PERMANENT JOB
t
s UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY TO THE
l RIGHT MAN.
j . Apply
e SHAPIRO
s „ ENGINEERING CORPORATION
r ;915 15th St. ME. 1717
t "—3O
{* architectural
t. . ASSISTANT
' Engineering and planning section of
: retail organization, immediate re
modeling Os floor layouts of 3
- stores and construction of warehouse
facilities in conjunction with land
planning. Applicant must) be able to
„ exercise originality and Initiative
r in planning layouts of stores and
- warehouses. Company benefits. Send
- resume of experience and salary re
e qulrements to Box 37-R. Star. —3O
_ AUTO BODY MAN, attractive opening
. lor experienced man. Large well
i ventilated shop. Good salary; _6'/4-
f day Wk. See Mr. J unkins. AMERI
; CAN SERVICE CENTER. 686 N.
5 Olebe rd.. Arl.. Va. —3O
J AUTO BODY MAN—Experienced. Ek
-5 cellent working conditions In mod
s. ern shop with 6Vi-day week, paid
> vacations and lnsuranee. Very large
; guaranteed salary. COVINGTON
y MOTOR CO., 7301 Wis. ave.. Be-
J AUTO*BODY MAN, first class; salary.
n $75 a week and bonus. Inquire 412
3 11th st. s.*. or AX. 3019. —3l
4 AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURER
requires service of wholesale parts
x traveler tor Washington and Virginia
territories; applicant must bo able
t. to travel during week days, can
live in Richmond Jf so deslros; good
- salary, expenses and ear furnished,
opportunity tor advancement, must
be aggressive with good parts ex
- perlence. Reply tn writing statlni
i ace. marital status, former employ
* meat and furnish references, tmme
diate employment. Bos 291-R. Star
AUTO FAINT ROOM HELPERBT«>me
>* exper. necessary. STANDARD AUTO
Jf BODY WORKS. 1140 20th st. n.w.
>n —3O
to AUTOMOTIVE SPECIALIST—If yov
)- live in Montgomery County and car
>* qualify aa a caifiuretor and elec
trical man-in *: specialised shop
h we have a good job tor you. Com<
1- in and talk It over with Mr. Laxoi
>r at UNTIED. CARBURETOR BERV
r. ICE in Rockville. —1
iy AUTO MECHANIC, general expert-
Jf enee. for used car department
EJBftaSfcggH3
>6 73m Wls. ave.. Bethesda. —4
HELP MEN
AUTO MECHANIC, lag class: salary.
$66 and bonus. Inquire at 412 llth
AUTO *MECHANicf°e&*Vleneed 3 tos
large concern with cfwo fleet tract
ors, trailers, trueki. No tools nec
essary Top saiary/tar right man.
AUTO ' MECHANIC, QM preferred
but not required. <•Must be sober
and reliable. Exceßeat working
cond. in modern eMipped shop.
Straight salary with paid holidays,
vacation, hospital* and life Insur
ance. Call Mr. Estep, JK. 3-9700.
PAGE-HUGHES BUICK CO.. 621
Lee Blvd.. Falls Church. —3O
AUTO MECHANICS
We have openings for several atito
mechanics that are Interested In
permanent positions at top guaran
teed salary; company benefits. In
cluding sick leave, vacation with
pay. applicants must have refer
ences. Apply in person to Mr. Mills
or Mr. Herson.
MANHATTAN AUTO
KAISER-FRAZER. INC.
7th AND R STS. N.W. —29
AUTO PASTS MAN, experienced In
Mopar parts, to work in our parts
wholesale location. See Mr. O’Rorke,
or Mr. Nelson, TRUE MOTOR CO.,
14th tnd V sts. n.w. DE. 1910.
o
AUTO FASTS MACHINIST. Shop
foreman wanted by progressive auto
parts jobber. Top type operation
and set-up for ambitious worker.
Apply REPLACEMENT PARTS
SERVICE, 921 Silver Spring ave..
Bilver Spring, Md. —3O
AUTO PARTS MAN. exper. In QM
parts. In a growing parts dept., with
a Chevrolet dealer; high salary, in
surance plan and good working
cond*. Call Mr. NoeU. OE. 0100.
AUTO SALESMAN* *
We have an opening for an experi
enced used car salesman. Our sales
men are among the highest paid in
Washington. We have an unusually
good salary guarantee. 100% floor
time. Call Mr. Baranek after 10 a.m.
AUTO WHOLESALERS INC.. 1731
Bladensburg Rd. N.E.. LI. 3-8800.
AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN. (2). New
cars; work In pleasant section of n.
w. and Silver Spring. Hospitalisa
tion plan, vacation with pay after 1
year; exclusive territory. Floor time.
Must have local exper. as salesman.
Earnings limited only by ability. See
Mr. Schall bet. 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.
%kdays.
Bowman Motor Sales, Inc.
7530 Georgia Ave. N.W.. TA. 2000.
l —29
AWNINGS, slip covers. Jobbers’ work
wanted. JO. 9-9353. —3O
BAKES, assistant to foreman; all
lines In retail; must be expert and
fast; good opportunity for right
man. Box 291-L, Star.
BAKER, cakes, pies, pastries and
sweet good.: only A-I need apply.
_MI. 3775 between 3 and 4 p.m.
BLOOD DONORS. Type B. $lO a
pint. Call EX. 1364, —1
BOAT CARPENTER*, experienced,
permanent work. Applicant must
be qualified. Apply in person. 1300
Main ave. aw. —3O
BOAT PAINTERS AND FINISHERS—
Permanent employment. Only ex
perienced men will be considered.
Apply In person. 1300 Main ave.
s.w. —3O
BOOKKEEPER, young man. some
knowledge of bookkeeping necessary.
Must type. Growing concern. Call
MR. MARTIN. HU. 7748. —3O
BOOKKEEPER
Alert Individual. 26-88 y*s. of age.
to handle a varied bookkeeping as
signment for several of our me
chanical departments; bookkeeping
experience and some typing re
quired: 5-day. 40-hr. week. Apply
Personnel Room 606; open week
davs H 30-5 and Sat.. 9-1. No
phone cells
THE EVENING STAR
no: Penna. Ave. N.W.
to understudy office
manager; assume full charge 6
months; age 21 to 27; excellent
working conditions and advance
ment; good pay and raises; must
„ c . h * n “ ~t 0 work into sales.
Call NA. 0850. ext. 23, or apply
NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO.,
1217 K st. n.w. —3l
BRICKLAYERS—Ist class mechanics
needed fqr large housing project in
Norfolk. V*.; $3 per hr. Apply
ANCHOR FIREPROOFING CO.. KE.
1055. Mr, Metz. —8
BRICKLAYERS—Ist class mechanics
needed for glased tile work on
Veterans Hospital Job In Westhaven,
Conn Apply ANCHOR INVEST
MENT CO.. RE. 1055. Mr. Met*.
BUTCHER—Top grade man with su
per market experience and good local
refs. 5'4-day wk. Apply MARTIN'S.
3230 Wisconsin ave. —3O
BUTCHER for 1-man meat dept.:
must be sober and steady with city
refs. TA. 0922. —3l
BRICKLAYERS WANTED Steady
work; several jobs inside and out
side; top wages. . Apply PARRIS &
YOUNG. Fin* Arts Bldg.. Mary
Wash. College, Fredericksburg. Va.
—3O
CABINET MAKER’S HELPER—4O
- wk.: steady employment; excel,
opport. to learn high class work.
HAYES MFO. CO.. JE. 3-9638.
—2
CARPENTER for display shop Must
be good fixture man. CLYTELL EX
HIBITS is CRAFTS, rear 1731 K
st. n.w. —3l
CARPENTERS—GOOD—PAT Dir:
Out Georgia ave.. left on Dennis to
Haywood, left to lob. JU. 9-9684,
CARPET MECHANICS
Must be thoroughly experienced, for
large specialty store; good salary,
steady work. Apply DIENER 8, INC.,
1500 Rhode Island ave. n.e. —1
CAR WASHER, good salary, 6-das
wk.; permanent employment. AMER
ICAN SERVICE CENTER, 685 N
Olebe rd., Arl„ Va. —3O
CASHIERS—CHECKERS
GROCERY STOCK CLERKS
DELICATESSEN CLERKS
We have permanent positions for
experienced, dependable men.
APPLY IN PERSON
WITH REFERENCES
Posins’ Bakery-Delicatessen
6760 GEORGIA AVE. N.W.
—29
•fti-wssaft 'snows’#?
119 Independence ave. s.e.. LI
v-2044, —3O
CHEF
Cook, experienced, top salary. 0-
day week, beautiful room furnished.
Call manager. Waldorf 3826. —3l
CLERK, exper. in hardware lines, toi
°A n p e pi,°* waKSs, - ®
CLERK, fast stock and cleanup man;
Lincoln
3-1005. —3O
CLERK, receiving, shipping, ware
house. Responsible young man.
willing to learn. Preferably mar
ried: 20-30 years old. No phone
calls. Apply 3135 V st. n.e. MR
JACK PIPPIN. —3O
CLERK, FRONT OFFICE
Bxpertence essential. Apply In per
son, manager’s office.
HAY ADAMS HOTEL
COFFEE SALESMAN—Man wantet
to learn coffee business. Good salary
plenty room for advancement. Cal
COOK COFFEE CO., CO. 9696 so:
appointment. —3l
COLLECTOR Outside adjustmen'
collector for home Improvement ac
counts; finance company experienci
helpful; salary and commission. Ap
ply 9-10 mornings. CONSOLIDATE!
ENGINEERING & DISTRIBUTING
CO. OF AMERICA. 400 H it. n.e
COLLECTOR
21-30 years of age. neat In appear
ance and capable of meeting thi
public. Must have knowledge of city
clear driving record and a D. C
driver's permit. Job consists of mak
ing collections on Individual adver
tising accounts; car will be fur
nished. 5-day, 40-hr. week. Applj
Personnel. Room 605: open weel
days 8:30-5 and Saturday 9-1. Ni
phone calls.
THE EVENING STAR
1101_ Penna. Ave. N.W.
CONSTRUCTION INSPECTORS -
Highway design engineer, engineer
Inc draftsman, shovel operators *n(
road maintenance foreman. Addres
all replies to Personnel Board
Courthouse, Upper Marlboro. Md
CONTROLLER
Food and beverage, experienced, ex
elusive hotel, good salary. Regula:
advancement. Vacation. Insurance
Group hsopitalizatlon. References
Box 304-R. Star. —3l
COOK—Experienced to assist chef so
dinner and short orders. Goo<
wases. Apply In person. HOUSE OI
HENLEY RESTAURANT. 7109 Marl
boro pike. District Bts., Md. —3<
COUNTERMAN. experienced. so:
Kosher Delicatessen. Apply 782!
Eastern ave. n.w. —1
COUNTERMAN, experienced koshe
style; nights. Apply FILLMOR:
DEL. AND RKST.. 2705 Columbl
pike. Arl.. JA. 2-3020. —6
DANCE TEACHERS, young men
ages 21-29. to teach ballroom danc
inc; no exper. necessary. - trainln
given free; full and part time. Ap
ply In person, noon to 6 p.m.. DOl
MARTINI STUDIOS. 502 13th Si
n.w.. or 1124 Conn. ave. —1 J
DELICATESSEN MAN, experienced
chance to become manager: salar
Willing 0 *
assist printers and learn trade
Special deal for man with car o
motorcycle. Apply In person, MOR
RAY BROS. PRINTING CO. 92l
U st. n.w. —3o_
DETAIL MAN
Century old pharmaceutical hou*
expanding detail force. Want ma:
to call on doctors, hospitals, ani
drug trade. Pharmacy or _e*m
parable scholastic background re
qutred. Some travriy j Previous de
tailing experience helpful but nc
essential. .Car necessary. Goo
■(iwSP^
<7
>
HILF MIN
during quality plus volume. Excel
lent opportunity for right men. In-
Appiy warrkS dental ‘labora
tories 214 West Monument st.,
Dental TECHNICIAN, experienced
.chrome finisher, for small labora
tory. wlUinc to learn all depart
ments. In reply rive full particulars,
experience and salary desired. Box
15-2-._ Star. —3O
UpOWIAN (relief), white; must
have driver’s permit. Apply Super
intendent of Service. CARLTON
HOTEL. 16th and K ate. n.w. —29
1 DOOE .MAN —Wanted, middle aged
or retired men for full and part
time door men: Flasa Theater, see
Mr. Hsmilton; no phone calls; ap
nly in Derron. —^3o
DRAFTSMAN—shop detail work for
construction sub-contractor; good
salary; hospitalisation; 44-hour
week. 1026 oth st. n.w. 30
DRAFTSMAN—Firm of patent at
torneys has opening for an experi
enced patent draftsman, or compe
tent mechanical draaftsman. desir
ous of learning patent drawing of a
diversified nature; steady employ
ment and good income lor right
man: tlve full information regard
ing, experience. Replies strictly
confidential. Cal! RE. 3115. —3O
Draftsmen—Mechanical
Drafting school exper. to 3 yrs. prac
tical exper. Ooportunity for rapid
advancement. Call BT. pose, —3l
DRAFTSMEN
■»SFTLSffiSS"VSKi "
chine parts, assemblies, etc. Salary
commensurate with ability. All em
ployc benefits Call ME. 6911,—31
DRIVER, white, for dry cleaning
Apply 3707 Nichols ave. s.e
STYLE CLEANERS. No phone calls.
DRIVES - SALESMEN, established
route, salary plus commission.
FLEET PHOTO SERVICE. INC
1232 14th st. n.w. 31
DRIVER-PORTER; short hours, no
nights or Sunday; *4O per wk.; must
be familiar with the Falla Church
»{*»• Apply in person, FALLB
CHURCH DRUO STORE. —3O
DRIVER-SALESMAN—Dry cleaning.
Experienced. Excellent established
route. $75 guaranteed plus com.
ARLINGTON PLANT. AL. 3900
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER, experienced:
clean driving record; know Palls
Church. Art. and vicinity. Call FA.
4060 after 6 p.m.. Bat. and all
_day Sunday. —3l
EGG CANDLER To deliver and
candle eggs; age 23-40; exper. with
Permit. RA. 7912 —3l
ELECTRICAL ESTIMATOR, expe
rienced on Industrial and com
mercial work. OT. 7414. OV. 0622,
JA. 2-1692. —3O
ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN—Young
Juan with limited electro-technical
knowledge. Ability to read meters,
circuit diagrams. Mechanical abil
ity definitely helpful. Varied pleas
ant work with small company.
Salary S6O-S7O per week. Down
tewn Washington. Reply Box 419-8,
ELeVatoß OPERATOR. eolorid 30 for
large apt. house. Settled man. Ref
srwr" I,cenM reQ s ed -
ENGINEER, civil or mechanical, ex
perienced. first class only, for office
or field work. Write P. O. Box 1100,
Roanoke, Va. 31
ENGINEER
MECHANICAL
We-chave an excellent opportunity
for an engineer with design expe
rience on machinery and machine
parts. Degree required.
salary and all employee
benefits with a progressive organ
ization.
CORVEY ENGINEERING
COMPANY
Call ME. 6911
r« ■ »-"4
ESTIMATOR—Job runner wanted for
construction work. Washington area;
Local contracts, one with minimum
of 15 years in the business with
some outside and cost engineering
experience preferred. State quali
fications, references and salary de
-455-8, Btar medlat * °°* nln «__.Box
FOOD CHECKERS
(EXPERIENCED)
$55 A Week and Meals
CONTACT ASSISTANT MANAGER
SHOREHAM HOTEL
2500 Calvert St. N.W.
FURNITURE FINISHER - REPAIR
MAN. experienced only. Apply in
Person MILTON H. RO6BLER INC
-254.) 14th st. n.w , —3O
FURNITURE SALESMAN
One of Washington's largest and
guest furniture stores. MALCOLM
BCATEB. has a few openings to keep
pace with our rapidly increasing
business. Excellent commission ar
rangement pays a good dividend
to the talented furniture salesman.
Only men who are neat and de
pendable, with experience, need ap
ply. Call TA. 5400 for appointment.
All applications strictly confidential.
. —3O
GAS STATION ATTENDANTS. 15
men needed to open large new mod
ern Sunoco Service Station. Good
starting salary plus commission.
Openings available for all type posi
tions. 1.e., from washboy to asslst
*“l manager. Applicants must ap-
RlylAßejaon to Mr. James Puckett.
THE SUN OH, CO. SERVICE BTA
?f9 N ’«? 840 w C iSs nect,cut “ ve - n.w..
lj%>: between TOd
g AB BTAT io N man. character the
SPA 1 .. important requirement.
SWAN’S SUNOCO SERVICE, 0460
Georgia ave. n.w. —2
G ?JJS? r i I SfS3L. E ! ,PI ‘ OYBB insur-
ANCE SERVICE has position avall
•ble for right man In sales depart
ment. If under 35, married, own ear
tg», max be the opportunity of a
Capitol at- EX, 9532. —3l
GROCERYMAN
SIOO PER WEEK
To one wno can qualify for a perma
nent position. SEVEN CORNERS
MARKET. Falls Church, Open Sun
HARDWARE, lumber and building
material salesman; experience help
*?•: ! * la L y commission. OROFF
view 4 to 0 p.m. Sunday, 1779 Mass,
ave. n.w. —3O
HELPER
„ . lightly built
! For Air conditioning and ventilating
duct cleaning. Mostly, night work,
* oo f* »*l*ry. advancement.
I 40l» Georgia ave. n.w. —3l
, HERDSMAN for new small herd
of registered black Angus. Farm
t near Washington; all modern bldgs.
and equipment. House has all
. modern conveniences. Please write
details Os experience and references
; Box 451-S. Star. —3l
) HORSEMAN, exper.. sober lndustri
. pus, to look after thoroughbred stal
lions. mares, foals on beautiful
farm. Free rent,
riec.. fuel, milk, garden and salary.
. Write In detail Box 193-R. Star.
, _ —"- 30
INSURANCE SALESMEN—Two men
' for established routes. Industrial
life, and ordinary, hospitalisation,
. health and accident. No limitations.
Guarantee. TU. 4607. for appt..
, or AP. 0774. evenings. —3O
. JANITOR, maintenance man. white,
; married, good worker, for apartment
house work: must live-in; apartment
Plus S4O week. AP. 1644 evenings.
—29
JANITOR—Exper. In apt. house work
■ and lawns: married, no children;
■ loe. ref.: sal. and apt. RA. 2935.
I—31 —3 O
JANITOR and wife (no children),
> apt. rent free to take care of small
. n.w. bldg. Box 430-8. Star. —3O
■ JANITOR WANTED, must be sober
and honest, good worker, quarters.
Call after 7 p.m., NA. 1048. —3O
JANITOR, colored; permanent full
time lob In n.w. apt. house for re
r liable, conscientious, sober man;
stoker and maintenance experience;
. local refs.; married, no children;
with quarters. Call AD. 2687. from
w r 0:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
S ■ JR. LAB ENGINEER
- AOK 21-30
) Tests standard gas appliances In
f teboratory. Engineering degree
! with D. C. driver's permit Teouired.
$205 per month to start, *294 In 3
r months with other periodic U>-
S creases. 6-day, 40-hr. week.
» . APPLY
Washington Oas Light Co._
, Personnel Dept.. 1100 29th st. N.W.
NO PHONE CALLS
I -—SO
: KEY-PUNCH OPERATOR
* For Remington Rand equipment; ex
- perlenced alphabetical punching;
temporary evening work. Apply
; REMINGTON RAND. INC- 2004
fe fl raoo D * vto hwT
* LABORERS WANTED—Start work
r Immediately: report to 35th and
. North Nottingham at. Arl- Va.
) M. POMPONIO Ac SONS. INC.
- LINOLEUM MECHANIC, experienced;
good working conditions. Apply
GAINES BROS- INC- AL. 6162.
I : —3O
i UNOLEUM AND ASPHALT tile mech
-1 ante, fully exper- good working
. conds.: steady work. Apply SENATE
. FLOOR COVERING CO- 2467^8th
t MACHINIST—Young maa with somt
H ri£!m"te , 'work ota*etocteonlcs*teb
- oratory. Ability to read simple
5
I
• HfM> MIN
JSC
lncton area; lift operator, exper. on
7-ton fork lift; ”liunher checkers.
1
MAINTENANCE MAN.
elderly persons, permanent, not over
50. NO DRINKING. Call BH. 6040
fer appointment. —3l
MAINTENANCE MECHANIC
White, experienced In heating ams
minor plumbing repairs, large apt.
a « , SfflissW"iiWß c^Sß^!
Pershing; dr- Arlington. Va. —3O 1
MANAGER—Casualty and Fire In
surance Department, for Ige. mort- ,
{age banking firm. Compensation. 1
5,200 yr. to start with Unlimited
opportunities for progressive and
exper. man. Our own employes
know of this advertisement. Apply
.with full details to Box 171-R. Star.
MANAGER
Por shirt dept. In Urge plant. Must
be exper. Por further particulars,
apply Mr. Gravely. ARCADK-BUN
SHINE, 713 Lamont st. n.w. —2
MEATCUTTER. white or colored, ex
i
MESSENGER (white), age 16 to 25;
5-day week; with excellent oppor
kU^M f S r ßa?E Va »?\7tYffe
MESSENGER U> white 1 boy, 10-f7jrrs.
old:,# days; *4O. Apply WILBON
EPES PTO. CO.. 707 oth st. n.w,
MESSENGER ROT for light work,
temnorarv. approx. 4 mo. Call
MRS. CARGILE. DI. 9649. —3l
MILL HAND—Perm, (position open
for Industrious young man inter
ested in learning a trade. Exper.
not necessary. Apply CAPITOL
PRINTING INK CO. 806 Chin
ning pL n.e. —3
MILL MAN—Expd. wood shaper
®»n: pleasant working conditions;
hr». 8 to 4*o. no Sat. work: top
•alary. Call or see Charles Oess
sa-iffaßr * ma^k Y ‘
NEWSPAPER
SOLICITORS . 1
SALARY BASIS
Permanent position selling news
paper subscriptions m the Wash
ington area; must be neat In ap
pearance. ..courteous, capable of
paling with the , public, and
physically fit. Apply in person
to Mr Moore or Mr. Everett in
the Circulation Department, mas
tanine floor. No phone calls.
THE EVENING STAR
.1101 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W
friGHT AUDITOR for first class
hotel In Virginia Beach; attractive
proposition; settled middle aged
man. Reply by mall or phone;
ism. M vi?rini
Beach, Virginia. Phone 2580. —2
NIGHT MAN, white, about 40. to
check cars, handle linen and assist
SBWSSta. SVr w „ H .°E£'
NIGHTMAN COLORED with kliowl- j
edse of switchboard and have ele
vataor operator's license. Hours 11
P- m - to 8 a.m. Apply Resident Man
ager, The Keystone Apt. 2150, Pa ]
ave. n.w. —3l
OPERATOR (WHITE) for duplicat
ing machines, with or without ex
perience. Salary open. Excellent
opportunity. Permanent positions.
6-day week. Interviews 8:30 to 12
and 1:30 to 4. Evenings appoint
ments possible if arranged in ad
vance. Apply In person. Personnel 1
Office. NATIONAL OEOORAPHIC
-SOCIETY. 3rd and R sts. n.e. —1
PATENT ATTORNEY—LocaI firm re
- quires services of registered patent
attorney, fully qualified in prepara
tion and prosecution of applications; 1
and in handling general correspond
ence. interviewing clients, and
preferably familiar with trademark
practice. Salary open. RE. 3116.
—.30
r £ X - OPERATOR for secretarial :
board, in modern apt. bldg- hrs..
4-mldnight, good salary. Apply
-Manager, OR. 2300. —3l
PAINTERS; must be first clsss. Re- '
port to MR. FLORA, 11 Kennedy
FAINTERs? Ist class: *l6 per~ctey.
BETHESDA DECORATING CO. Call
_WI. 4322. 30
PAINTER’S HELPER, steady work.
gf,o uXr ,h »°t P ~ n Y S Ung man ’_y
PAINTERS (6, WHITE) -
Inside and outside, experienced, large
apartment development, good hourly
gay- . APPIy BUCKINGHAM MAIN
TENANCE DEPT- 4236 N. Pershing
dr„ Arlington, Va. —3O
PASTERY CHEF—For the Emerson I
Hotel *in Baltimore, Maryland.
Phone Mr. Monte. Mulberry 4400.
extension 266 for appointment. I
FHikRMACIST. full time; registered
in Md.: active; good hours; top
salary to right man. Call SL. 9672.
PHARMACIST, full time, exper. *pre
scription man: good opport. In
- b ?, rt !?£ d st £ r e- _ Mr. Paulson.
CROWN DRUGSTORE. 2201 4th st.
Oe- nr. Rhode Island ave. —3O
PHARMACIST—ExceIIent position and
salary. Pleasant, busy neighborhood
store. LU. 1-3401. —3l
FHOTO FINISHING—Man. mechani
cally inclined, for training as asst
djb-$?& photo* service, A m '
Oth st. n.w. —3l
PHOTOGRAPHERS, $65
Salary plus bonus per 5-day week.
Must have car. All equipment f'’rn.
Apply 4 South Hanover at- 3rd flr-
Baltlmore. Md. —3
PHYSICISTS
And
ENGINEERS
Need men with advanced
decree and preferably some
work experience for research
with high altitude balocns at
University of Minnesota. If
Interested, call DR. CRITCH
FIELD Tuesday or Wednesday
gs tola week at RALEIGH
HOTEL or apply In person
' Tuesday morning only.
, — 1
, PIPEFITTER, with foreman ability.
experienced on Industrial work, first
, claw only- Regular work. Write
F- O- Box 1106, Roanoke, Va. —3l
1 PLATE CARRIER
> Permanent position in our pressroom,
wto a chance for advancement:
21-30 years of age. heavy build
and capable of giving regular at
tendance; must be able to pass
physical exam. Apply Personnel.
Room 006 Open weekdays. 8:80-6.
and Sat- 9-1. No phone calls.
THE EVENING STAR
1101 Penn*. Ave. N.W.
PLUMBERS—AIso helpers with 10
years Jobbing experience. Apply 1240
Taylor st. n.w. between 4-5. Mon.
through Wed. —3O
PORTER, must be reliable: 5 to 11
»26 A 1 P M .rs phab -
PORTER - DISHWASHER, colored.
exper., 12:30 to 9:30 p.m.: closed
Sun. and holidays. NATIONAL
DRUG CO- 1000 Conn. ave. n.w.
PORTERS (10)
i For large apartment development.
Apply BUCKINGHAM COMMUNITY.
4235 North Pershins dr.. Arlington.
Y- —3O
, PRESSER—Part-time presser wanted.
1 Apply 1816 Benning rd. n.e. No
phone calls. —3l
PRESSERS—WooI, experienced, re
liable; good work, cond.; salary;
l apply DEBONAIR VALET. 2012
Conn. ave. AD. 1000. —3O
. PRINTER; at least 3 years’ exper
ience letter press, Kluge operator
and knowledge of composition: Ar
-1 lington, Va.; S6O per wk. JA. 7-2006.
I —3O
PRODUCE MEN
■ For work In super market. Good pay,
free group hospitalization, vacation
with pay and other employ* bene
: fit*.
APPLY
Shirley Food Stores
f 403 Swann Ave- Alex- Va. —29
; PURCHASING AGENT and dispatcher
for lumber yard. Only experienced
men need apply. Write, stating qual
[ Ideations. Box 294-R, Star. —1
>
’ PURCHASING AGENT'S ASSISTANT
■ Familiarity with military electronic
parts lists and ability to read blue
required. Experience In pur
chasing and exptdltlng desirable.
UN. 7400.
RADIO AND RECORD FLAYER
BENCHMAN—S-day wk.. hour* 9 to
6: excel aalarv and working condi
tions; apnlv in person or call for
appt. LEEBE ELECTRIC CO- 3301
Conn, ave. n.w. —3O
1 •
RADIO-ELECTRONIC
TEST MEN
AND
TECHNICIANS
I
. Needed immediately tor 100%
. defense production plant,
i Opportunity lor advance
; ment to engineering work;
48-hour week.
APPLY MR. BKEII,
s
I BCHUTOG Sc CO, INC.
%
! 9th and Kenty Sts. NJL
| LA. 6-8200
• . • --jr
n
H«LE MIN
REAL ESTATE SALESMAN, full or I
put tune. Preview experience not
» necessity. Apply Box 187-RTgtsr.
REAL ESTATE SALESMAN—(I) Af
filiation With e*t*b. firm; guarantees
your future. There Is an opportunity
avail, at this time. Exper. and auto
are the requirements. Our sales
men are active to Md- Va. and
D. C. and handle both subdivision
and general brokerage properties.
If you are. exper. and reliable, we
would be .pappy to discuss our
opening with you. Call Mrs. Hto-
TMgfr
KEAL ESTATE salesmen—Need 2 able
men for large subdivision. BRBHME
CO- JU. 8-5858; eves- AP. 2962.
BECEmNQ AND SHIPPING CLERK
f° r .Jfult and vegetable house in
souHMwst market; also tomato
Paektr. Replies confidential. Box
186-R, Star. —3O
RECEIVERS
For work In super marxet. Good pay.
free group hospitalization, vacation
with pay and other employe bene-
APPLY
Shirley Food Stores
403 Swann Ave- Alex.. Va. —29
REFRIGERATION mechanic’s helper,
• om e experience necessary, bray
dt BCARFF SALES. 1013 15th st.
n.w. • 30
BELIEF MAN, colored, for 4 shifts
every other week to relieve janitor,
nightman and elevator operators.
— "Lg-
REPORTER-TRAVEL
National organisation with head
quarters in Washington has open
ing for stogie man, age 26 to 85
with college decree. Must have some
business or professional experience:
good command of English, some
writtoe ability. Position involves
constant travel for which car is
furnished. Also salary and expenses.
Thls ls not a sales position.. Person
•elected must have initiative and
definite sense of responsibility. En
clo«e complete resume. Including
military status and recent photo
to first letter. Highest references
required. Box 2 93-R. Star. —3O
ROOM CLERK, experienced preferred;
alternate shifts. Apply asst, mgr-
CARLTON HOTEL. 16th and K st*.
°w- —29
ROOM CLERK
Young man. to work alternating shift
In downtown hotel. Exper. pref
Applv )r. person to a--‘ c mgr-
HOTEL RALEIGH
ROOM CLERK
DOWNTOWN
WASHINGTON
HOTEL
APPLY BOX 418-S, STAR.
ROUTE MAN—Hires Root Beer; *55
guaranteed salary; 5-day week; ex
tra company benefit*. Call TO. 5500
for appointment. —29
ROUItMAN, white: exper. steady
and sober; good pay to right man.
MARVEL CLEANERS, 3720 14th
*t. n.w. TA. 0600. —3O
ROUTEMAN for dry cleaning estab
lishment: salary and commission;
must have references: apply in
Person. FILLAHS CLEANERS. 1613
—* 4 nir **'V -* p 30*
ROUTE SALESMAN, white; estab-
Jltoed route JERNIOAN CLEAN
-3299 Queens Chapel rd . Mt.
RAINIER. Md- UN. 2300. —2
ROUTE DRIVERS
5-day week; paid vacation, group In
surance, permanent employment,
high-school education; age 21 to 29.
Apply in person.
CANADA DRY GINGER ALE
1201 East-West Highway. Sliver 8p-
Md. —3O
ROUTE MAN
To service candy vending machines;
no experience necessary. Oood sal
ary plus commission; permanent
Call_RE. 4»43. —3
ROUTE SALESMEN
Wanted ambitious married men for
established laundry and dry clean
ing routes, paying at present be
tween $;5 and SBO week. Expe
rience not necessary. Extra bene
aick leave and vacation with
\ A? p X-. Personn el Office. MAN
IAITAN CO- 1328 Florida ave.
n.w Phone DU. liu to 4 p.m.,
or MI, 3188 after 7 o. m. —2
SALESMAN, must know fishing tackle,
men’s wear. Permanent. Oood poai
lon. MILLS CO., 9th at E. —-a
SALESMAN for progressive established
Arl- Va- real. estate office; real
estate experience not necessary;
sales experience desired! excellent
opportunities for the rlaht man.
AiWSSSE?* «uSI, 10^d
Must-be b?t n we« VnT r 4 y 0 r ,°e U a l Ai
of aze. Guaranteed salary plus
comrnlasslon AIJ car expenses paid.
Write MR. WILLIAM HUFF, 405 N.
Warwick ave., Baltimore 23. Mjt.
‘ SALESMAN
TOe salesman for the Firestone Tire
* Rubber Co. We have an opening
for an experienced tire salesman In
Washington and suburban area,
complete Insurance coverage, re
tiremeut Plan, paid vacation, car
furnished. This is a wonderful op
portunity for a man who Is am
bitious to earn better than average
Income. See MR. NASSER. 004
Rhode Island ave. jne. —3O -
~ SALESMAN
Established company expanding gales
organisation; good educational back
ground required. Contact commer
cial and Industrial accounts. Ex-
opportunity for permanent
SSftU 88E*i»f7S? iSSH
1023 12th St. N.W. ME. 1520
SALESMAN
_ INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT
Excellent gales opportunity with na
tlonal manufacturing organization.
WIH ~t r* v el Washington and sur
on established
Industrial and equipment dealer
k®?? 1 headquarters In
yashtogton. Power tool experience
helpful. Must have 2 or 3 yrs. back
ground selling mechanical or elec
trical equipment. Guaranteed salary
Plus car and expenses. Por inter
v,ew app t., phone LA. 0-6337.
_ MALL TOOL COMPANY
2121 New York Ave. N.E. —3l
SALESMAN --
Nationally known and leading manu
facturer of office equipment has
opening In Washington factory
branch office for young man for de
velopment as a salesman. Compre
hensive training, both theoretical
and practical, given to selected ap
plicant. Thle position offers a per
manent and dignified connection
with excel, financial rewards. Write.
String full details to Box 25H-R.
Star. —3O
SALESMAN
To sell Luzianne Coffee on
retail grocery route. Guaran
teed salary SSO wk. plus com
mission. Transportation fur
nished, ample opportunity for
promotion. For appt- call
RE. 3502.
SALESMEN—Good opening for ex
perienced electrical appliance tales
nten for InsMe and outside work.
Age 30-56 yra. Salesmen who are
employed at present but who are
dissatisfied with position or salary.
This offer 1* a full-time, perma
nent position. Must own car. Com
pensation besed on salary and
commission. W* are dealers to top
line of appliances and will em
ploy the salesmen who can furnish
good references and show excellent
sales record. For appt., call LO.
6-0018. —3O
SALESMEN (t) —If you are lookipg
for an exceptional selling opportu
nity, this is it. Car essential; draw
tot account to right man who can
earn a SIOO wkly. minimum. Train
ing period, 1 wk. paid. 8720 Flower
ave- Suburban Bank Bldg. —3l
SALESMEN
If yon ean earn $l6O a week or more,
we have a position for you to our
outside selling organization. Excel
lent commission; leads furnished.
JOE TABH, NEW YORK JEWELRY
CO- 719 7th st. n.w.
SALESMEN
GOOD BROS- INC- are looking for ,
several good, aggressive salesmen
to sell and service nationally ad
vertised food products to the re
tail trade. Established route. Ex
cellent earnings, paid vacations and
other employe benefits. Only those
with excellent references and look
ing for permanent employment need
apply. Personal interviews will be
held Monday. March 31, between
10 a.m. and 12 noon at 3801 37th
pi- Brentwood. Md. —3O
i
SALESMEN
THIS IS A SIO,OOO PER YEAR JOB FOR THE ‘
RIGHT MAN
sllO Per Week Drawing Account 1
Two clean-cut intelligent men with cars needed for 1
high-type specialty sales position.
Call on Qualified Leads in Washington Area 1
BY APPOINTMENT . ■
No Canvassing Required
Write Your Experience—Past Earnings ■
Our Men Know of This Ad
BOX 489-S, STAR
A a -*■
V i
HILE'MtM '
SALESMEN EMPLOYED fra week ends
only for one of the largest exclusive
new beach developments. w!*h miles •
of beautiful sandy beaches on
Chesapeake Bay; must have car; 2s
to 00: tell us somethin* about your- '
self for a Personal interview: oppor- 1
tunlty for big earnings; shone num
ber If possible. Box 74tT. Star.
'» ‘ 30*
SENIOR ELECTRONIC ,
ENGINEERS
Senior electronic engineers are re
quired for permanent positions tn
industrial and military programs.
Experience In the following ■ field Is
very helpful. ;
ANALOG COMPUTERS
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION
ANALYSERS
AIRCRAFT POWER PLANT
GUIDED MlSßn^K TO SIMULATORS '
YOUNG ELECTRONIC ,
ENGINEERS
Here Is your chance to learn new
advanced techniques In servo- 1
mechanisms analog computers.'
radar, television, etc- while earning ■
good pay Get to on out expanding
programs.
Excellent opportunity for advance
ment
You will be thoroughly trained to the
testing and operation of comrlex
electronic and electrcmechar.lcal
equipment used to aircraft flight 1
simulators.
Requirements: Recent graduates tn .
engineering or several years ex- 1
Srience In trouble shooting, test
g. and maintenance In such, fields
as radio, radar, computers. TV. etc.
FIELD SERVICE
ENGINEERS
These flight simulators ar* located 1
at various service bases throughout
the country. Field engineers will -
usually stay about a year or more
at one base
ERCO
ENGINEERING & RESEARCH COFP
RIVERDALB MD- WA. 4444. EXT. 70
SERVICE MANAGER for New Car
Agency, must be experienced. 25-40
Srs. old. Opportunity for right man.
alary and commission. Write P. o.
Box 1602, Arl. Vs- giving experl
ence. —3O
SERVICE MANAGER -
Aggressive aober, capable: prefer
man with A-l mecnanical back
ground. good education and habits. '
executive ability necessary. Chrys
ler products dealer, selling and
servicing both cars and trucks.
Offers splendid opportunity to
man so qualified. Write giving
full particulars. All replies kept In
strict confidence. Box 454-8, Star.
■ —3O
SERVICEMEN—Large, local distribu
tor Is in need of 2 exper. repair
men of major appliance; ear and '
tools essential: 40-nour wk. and va
cation with nay. We will train you
on our equipment. Contact PAUL
VAROUTBOS. FR. 9930. —3O
SERVICE STATION ATTENDANTS
■ and lubrication men. age 19 to 28.
high school education preferred,
but not essential. Vacation with
pay. Free insurance, hospitalisa
tion; good starting salary. Do not
phone. See Mr. Sedberry. 8 am.
to 0 p.m. FIRESTONE STORES. 13th ,
and K sts. n.w. —;)i
SERVICE BTATION ATTENDANT
Exper- MR. REID. 701 N. Capitol st.
—3O
SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT, ex
perienced; good salary, 6-day week.
Apply bet. 10 and 12, JOHNNY'S
TEXACO SERVICE STATION 20th
and New York ave. n.w. —29
SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT
Honest and reliable map to oper
ate evening ahift. Apply 2114 M
st. n.w. —29
SEKVICE STATION ATTENDANT—
Must know lubrication work, and
good salesman; salary open plus
commission and vacation. See Mr.
Barron, Manager, Sunoco Service
Station, Wise. ave. and River rd.
n.w. —2
SHEET-METAL MAN for small pro
duction shop to Alexandria. For
appt. call KI. 9-3000. —3O
SHEET-METAL WORKER, capable of
benchwork with patterns and stain
less steel. Must be sober and re
liable. Steady, Inside, year-round
employment. Write full particulars.
Box 57-T. star. 30*
SHOE SALESMAN, experienced only;
~-Jgtorilent position for thorough man.
Wisconsin 9091. —3O
SHOE SALESMAN, experienced on
quality shoes; permanent position;
best earnings to Washington. ART
CRAFT FOOTWEAR. 11 Oi Conn,
ave. n.w. _3l
SHOE SALESMEN WANTED—Oood
(salary for ambitious men. vacations
with pay. pleasant working condi
tions. See MR. COOKSEY at 4729
Marlboro pike. Coral Hills. HI. 9416.
SHOW CARD FAINTER and riMto*
display man. fast, experienced sad
imaginative; top pay to start; op
portunity unlimited. Steady, secure
Job with one of Washington’s largest
appliance firms. Paid vacations and
extra-liberal discount privileges.
Bring job samples In person. Ask
for MR. KELLER, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
810 F st. n.w. —4
SKIP LOCATES, experienced only.
Joe Tash. NEW YORK JEWELRY
CO- 719 7th st. n.w. —9
SUPERVISOR
For flat work dept. In large plant.
Must be exper. For further par-
TELEVISION REPAIRMAN Bench
work: must be experienced In all
makes of sets; Ideal working con
ditions: guarantee excellent salary.
Box 35-T. Star. —3O
TELEVISION BERVICE MEN. with
car; part time or evenings; excellent
opportunity. Apply 1911 Nichols ave.
ae. or call LU. 4-7000.
TELEVISION SERVICE MEN
This la an unusual opportunity for
outside technicians with cars who
want a stendy high-salaried job
with a definite chance for advance
ment. Men selected must be capable
of oasslne a shoo and field test.
Write, giving full information. <
covering your schooling, employ
ment and background. All Informa
tion will be held strictly conflden
tlal. Box 408-8, Star,
TECHNICIANS—Experienced. In
side and out. Oood salary, steady
job; sood working conditions. Chance
for advancement to shop foreman.
JU. 8-5880. —3O
TIMEKEEPER, experienced preferred;
must like figures; excellent oppor
tunity. Apply Mr. Jack Bury. BAR
BER At ROSS CO- 6th and V sts.
N.E. DE. 0501. —2
TRUCK DRIVER, age bet. 21 and 35;
husky; apply in person. See MR.
TALBOT at 4704 R. 1. ave- Hyatts
ville. —3O
TRUCK DRlVEß—Experienced, with
references; $45 psr week to start.
GLOBE STORE FIXTURE, 307 9th
at. n.w. —3O
TRUCK DRIVER .
COLORED—26-38 year* ot age; pre
vious experience, clear driving record
and D. C. driver’s permit are neces
sary. Must be able to pass physical
exam. Apnly Personnel. Room 006;
open weekdays 8:30-6 and Saturday
9-1 No phone calls
THE EVENING STAR
HO) Penna. Ava. N.W
TYPIST with clerical experience, to
work in office of automobile firm;
good salary and chance for Im
provement; hours are I to 10: 10
to 8 on Sun., with time off during
week. Notary seal, Insurance sales
license, automobile title experience
preferable but not necessary. This Is 1
a full-time job and no applicants
with other job to be Interviewed.
TOWN Ae COUNTRY MOTORS. Ask
for Bill Serhus. Call between 11
and 6. —4
WAREHOUSEMAN
To work to warehouse of carpet
workroom; prefer high school gradu
ate; good opportunity and salary,
steady work. Apply DIENER’B. INC
-1500 Rhode Island ave. n.e. —1
WASHING MACH. SERVICE MAN— 1
Steady pos.: exper- In coin operated
Bendix machines nec. Must have .
car. Call KI. 8-4300 between 9-5, ,
or write Box 288-L, Star. —3O
R..LDEK 1 combination), good posi
tion f-r right man. Call FA. 5110
WINDOW^ * TRIMMER Young man,
no experience necessary: 3-day wk.; ,
apply In person. 8. 8. KRESGE. 1
n st. n.w. —3O
WINDOW TRIMMER. experience
necessary; good salary to start; 44- t
hr wk * a.m. tn 5;15 p.m., Mon
day through Friday. Apply WAL
GREEN CO- to tha Pentagon Bldg.
YARDMEN (20) ,
For large apartment development.
Apply BUCKINGHAM COMMUNITY.
4235 North Pershing dr- Arlington.
THE EVENING STAR
Washington, D. C.
SATURDAY. MARCH 29, IMS
HELP MEN
GENERAL HANDY MAN. mechanic
ally Inclined; steady Job with pvt.
school. Ability to drive required;
living quarters can be arranged. '
CaU at TOWN Ac COUNTRY
SCHOOL, 9401 Georgia ave- Silver
Spring. —3O
SEVERAL YOUNG MEN with floor
man or small store assistant man
ager. variety store experience, to
act as merchandiser and buyer for
several depts. In fast growing In
dependent variety store chain. Ex
cellent opportunity for advancement.
Oood starting salary.. Mr. Lewis,
8. N. MCBRIDE CO.. 700 H at. n.e.
MAN. white or colored, to do general
work In garden and care of nortes,
near Congressional Country Club;
on busline; temporary job for about
30 days. Salary $35 per week for
8-hour day. Rockville 3027. —3O
MAN-—Experienced in handllnt used
furniture. D. C. driver’s permit.
Must be sober. Steady job. AT. 0585.
—3O
MAN TO DELIVER ORDERS and
work to grocery store, must have
driver's license and recent city ref*.
TA. 0922. —3l__
MAN
21-40. with bookkeeping experience,
for position as cashier and payroll
clerk, in large well-established
wholesale house; excellent oppor
tunity for honest, aober and ambi
tious workir. Write giving fun
ornllfic-Mcns and education In first
letter Box 12-S. Star —2
MAN WITH CAR
Big earnings, good references, no
investment. Call SL. 1361 and ask
for employment manager.
MEN with several years supervisory
variety store experience for new
growing organisation. ExcellenS
starting salary with sood oppor
tunity for advancement to wide
awake aggressive variety store mer
chandiser with managerial or as
sistant management experience.
Apply at once, in person. Mr. Lewis,
S. N. McBRIDE CO.. 700 H st. n.e.
MEN (2). to assemble orders. Apply
CAPITAL CIGAR Ac TOBACCO CO.,
463 Eye st. n.w. —3O
MEN
Full or Part Time
I want a man who
cares for his family,
wants the finer things
in life. Is not content
with SIOO per week,
wants his own busi
ness. Can be his own
boss. Must have a car.
BOX 196-R, STAR
—3l
YOUNG MAN WANTED to learn
flower business, in southeast sec
tion; good opportunity for future.
JO. 9-3893. —3O
YOUNG MAN. to learn fine food
business; good salary to right per
son; exper. unnecessary, common
sense essential. Call EX. 2176;
eves, and Sunday. OE. 4517. —3O
YOUNG MAN, to work In paint store
and learn business. Oood oppor
tunity. Box 11-8. Star. —29
YOUNG MAN for frame shop: handy;
art background preferred; good op
por. DU 7537. —3O
YOUNG MAN
Mechanically inclined, to work in
printing plant; nerm. employment
and opport. for alert energetic
young man. Apply after 9:30 a.m.
BREWOOD’B. 1217 O st. n.w. —3O
YOUNG MAN
Excel, opport. for an alert willing
young man. not over 40, to become
associated with a small well-known
Washington firm: high school gradu
ate with some' retail sales exper.
rref. This is a perm, position with
a good future. Reply in own hand
writing giving previous employ.
ment and refs. Box 75-8. Star. —2
YOUNG MEN
(White)
Interested in a career in a
progressive restaurant or
ganization. We seek young
men capable of supervising.
We offer: Excellent earn
ings; 3-year management
training program; an op
portunity to acquire pro
fessional know-how In this
industry; substantial em
ployment benefits.
We require: Age, 21-30; high
school grad.; draft exempt;
2 letters of character refer
ence; desire for responsi
bilities. Write now to Box
194-R, Star.
* -l
; YOUN6 MEN, 18-26
Have openings In our organization
fez' 12 stogie men free t» travel.
Must be neat and aggressive. No
experience necessary. Average SOO
week. Drawing account to start.
New-car transportation. ROBERT
BLAINE. Cairo Hotel. Bunday. 3-6
p.m. , 20*
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS
OVER 10 YEARB OP AQB
White, to insert paper* on Bat. night.
Apply to Mr. Perber. mallroom fore,
man. mezzanine floor, any time thle
week to act letter for work permit.
Bring our birth certificate. Bo
ready to start on Saturday night at
8 30 Good oat NO PHONE CALLS.
THE EVENING STAR
MOl Penns NW
TIRES
Clerk-salesman, experienced retail
tire store; good salary and working
conditions. BEN HUNDLEY, 3446
14th st. n.w.
WANTED
DISTRICT MANAGER
One of oldest established automo
bile manufacturera has splendid
opening for an agressive. experi
enced man. aa district manager.
Attractive salary, new car furn.
with expense account. Our owe
men know of this ad. Box 357-L,
Btar. —3O
ARE YOU
SATISFIED
WITH YOUR PRESENT
EARNINGS?
If not, we have an
opportunity for you
that is worth investi
gating. Men are mak
ing up to SIO,OOO and
more yearly in com
mission. Car essen
tial.
DON’T HESITATE
COME IN FOR
INTERVIEW
3707 GA. AVE. N.W.
COUPLE—Colored: g.h.w. for wife,
Man for yard, garden work. Live
to mod. rm. with tiled bath. Brown
ing 740-J-l. —3O
COLORED JANITOR for 35-unlt apt.
bldg, in n.e. vicinity; some knowledge
of stoker preferred. Modern bedrm.,
llv. rm., dlnlns rm.. kitchen and
bath apt. and compensation to ex
change. Apply in person between
7 a.m. and 9 p.m. at FEDERAL
RENTAL CO., 916 New York ave!
n w. —ax "
HELP WOMEN
ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER Experi
enced office worker. Typing, short
nanl. and payroll work. One-girl
office. Excellent pay. Reply, giving
age. experience and qualification*.
Box 18-T, Star. —3O
ASBT. BOOKKEEPER—Short hour*.
6-day week. Apply EDWARD ZUP.
NIK & SON. 1307 4th st. n.e. —3O
ASSISTANT CREDIT MANAGER
Must be experienced In credit work;
6-day wk.; alr-conditloned office.
Apply Mrs. Strauss. MAZOR MAS
TERPIECBB. 911 7th at. n.w. —4
.. ASSISTANT CREDIT MANAGER -
Must be experienced to credit work;
5-day week, alr-conditloned office.
Assistant Credit Mgr.
Shorthand necessary; knowledge es 1
credits and accounts receivable pre
ferred. flee auditor. Room 108
HOTEL RALEIGH
12th and*Fa. Ave. N.W.
BEAUTICIAN, man or woman, to?
better-than-average earning*: nn
BEAUTICIAN, must be experienced to
all branches, permanent job. salarw
SM«^UTT AP M. ’"I'M
Conn. ive. n.w. w i
BEAUTICIAN, all-’round; 6-day wk-
JMWSimEE
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