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THOS. J. OWN * SON. Auctioneers, 488 >Mtkn» BalMlnc. Trustees' Sale of Valuable TWO STRUT. SOUTHEAST. uui wa#*.* as Folio 606 et seq., of the land rec ords of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees .wrtt from AT°THRra^THmTY P O CLOck ft. the following-described land and premises, situate In the District of Columbia, and designated as and being Lot 10 In Archimedes Heck man s subdivision of Square 706. as •er plat recorded In Liber 17 at folio 167 in the Office of the Sur veyor for the District of Columbia. Terms: Sold subject to a prior deed Ofjnst for approximately 57.095.43 further particulars of which will be announced at time of sale: the pur chase price above said trust to be paid-in cash. A deposit of $600.00 required Conveyancing, recording, etc., st 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. WALTER R. BOTTCHER. VAIL W. PISCHKE. Trustees. KARL J. LOMBARD. Attorney for Noteholder, 624 Wyatt Building. mh38.31,ap.3,5,7 THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Auctioneers, 438 Southern BaiMllnx. Trustees’ Bale of Valuable THREE STORY AND BASEMENT ROW BRICK APARTMENT BUILDINO BEING KNOWN AS PREMISES NUMBER 1326 y O U STREET. By virtue of a' certain deed of trust duly recorded, in Liber No. 9434. Folio 69 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 THURSDAY THE THIRD DAY OF APRIL A.D. 1962. AT THREE O’CLOCK P.M., the following-described land and premises, situate in the District of Columbia, and designated jit and being Lot numbered one hundred and eighty-two (182) In Franklin T. Banner’s combination of lots in Square numbered two hundred and thirty-seven (237) as per plat re corded In the Office of the Surveyor for the District of Columbia in Liber 29 at folio 117. Ternu: Sold aubject to a prior first which will be announced at time of sale: the purchase price above said trust to be paid in cash. A deposit of $1,000.00 required. Conveyanc ing. recording, etc., at purchaser’* cost. Adjustments made as of date of sale."Jferras to be compiled with within thirty days, otherwise deposit forfeited and the property may be advertised and resold at the dis cretion of the trustees. BTANLEY EWELL. WALTER MILLS! THOS. I. OWEN A SON. Aactlaaeera. 488 Southern Betiding. Trustees’ Balt of Valuable ONE STORY DETACHED FRAME DWELLING BEING KNOWN AS PREMISES NUMBER 4417 HAYES STREET. NORTHEAST. By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded. In Liber No. 8681. Folio 673 et seq.. of the land rec ords of tho District of Columbia, and at the request of the party ••cured thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell, at public auction in front of the premises, on TUES DAY THE FIRST DAY OF APRIL, AD- 1962. AT FOUR-THIRTY O CLOCK PM., the following-de scribed land and premises, situated In the District of Columbia, and designated as and being Lot 108 in 8. D. Redmond’s subdivision of lots In Square 6129. “Hillbrook,’’ as per Plat recorded In the Office of the Surveyor for the District of Co lumbia in Liber 81 at folio 19: sub ject to all covenants of record. Terms: Sold subject to a prior (build- Inc association) deed of trust for approximately 54.325.00. 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 $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 end the property may be ad vertised and resold at the discretion of the trustees. J. VERNON THOMAS, FRANK PARONI, THOB. J. OWEN A SON. Acetleaeers. 436 Beathera Building. Trustees' Sale of Valuable TWO -8 TORY FRAME DWELLING SIT UATE NO. 1147 EIGHTH (BTH) BTT.AET. NORTHWEST. By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded. In Liber No. 8694. Folio 19 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 feMISSUGP&S lses situate in the District of Columbia, and designated as and being Lot numbered Fifty-eight (68> in Ella 8. Mitchell and Clara V. Moore s subdivision of part of Square numbered Four Hundred and Twenty five (425). as per plat recorded in Liber 30 at folio 191 In the Office of th» Burveyor for the District'd Columbia. TERMS OF BALI: ALL CASH. A deposit of $500.00 will be required at time of sale. All conveyancing, recording, revenue stamps, etc., at cost of purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied with within 30 days from day of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after five days’ advertisement of such resale in some newspaper published in Washington. WILLIAM N. PAYNE. JR.. OSBOURN OWINGS. mh21.26.31,ap4.7 Trustees. THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Auctioneers. 438 Southern Building. Trustees* Sale of Valuable THREE STORY AND BASEMENT ROW BRICK DWELLING BEING KNOWN AS PREMISES NUMBER 806 “L" BTREBT. NORTHWEST. By virtue of a certain deed Os trust duly recorded. In Liber No. 8360. Polio 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 BEVENTH DAY OF APRIL. A.D. 1962. AT FOUR O’CLOCK F.M.. the |ses? W sUuate SC the oTO lumbla. and designated as and being •art of original Lot 1 In Square 401. being more particularly described bv metes and bounds in said deed of trust. Now known for purposes of assessment and taxation as Lot 800 In Square 401. Tbrms: Sold subject to a prior (bulld -Ins association) deed of trust for approximately $5,996.27, 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 5500.00 required. Conveyancing, recording, etc., at purchaser's cost. Adjustments made as of date of sale. Terms to be compiled with within thirty days, otherwise deposit forfeited and the property may be advertised and re sold at the discretion of the trustee*. IRVIN S a A BKSm*AN. mh27.89.3i,ap3.5 Trustees. THOS. J. OWEN A SON, Auctioneers. 436 SentheraßaMtas. Trustees' Bale of Valuable ’TWO STORY ROW BRICK DWELLINQ BEING KNOWN AS PREMISES NUMBER 1121 HALF STREET. SOUTHWEST. By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded. In Liber No. 9440, Folio 145 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 Tip SEVENTH DAY OF APRIL. Ah 1932 TAT 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 Miner, tumble in Liber 23 at folio 86. Terms: gold subject to %j>rior deed of trust for approximately 53.300.00 further particulars of which will be announced at time of sale; the pur chaae price above said trust to be paid in cash. A deposit of 5500.00 required. Conveyancing, recording, etc., at purchaser’s cost. Adjust ments made as of date of sale. Terms to bo complied with within thirty days, otherwise deposit for feited and the property may be ad vertised and resold at the discretion of the trustees. ARTHUR WILLCHKR. LOUIS BREBBLER mh27.29.31.ap.15 Trustees. ADAM A. WESCHLER A SON, Auctioneer!-Appraiser*. BTORAOI SALK W ASHERS—RANGERS^RUGB also New Furnishings. Including: INNERSPRING MATTRESSES SECTIONAL SOFAS—MIRRORS LIVING ROOM GROUPS BEDROOM GROUPS By order: Fidelity Storage Co.. Lion Transfer a Storage Co., David H. Thompson and Lester p. Reber. Trustees: Donald M. Sullivan. Ad ministrator Estate; Agnes Hamilton O’Brien. Stanley DeNeale. Admin istrator Estate; Robert Broieit and “ SHtW ' T O M O KB O W 9:30 A.M. until ifid-afternooa Oroup* of odd pieces for living, din ing and bedrooms; matched drawing room, tables; lounge, boudoir, occa sional and side chairs; twin and double beds; lnnersprin* mattresses; Hide-A-Bed, metal wardrobe*, ma bo'iny corner cabinet, youth’* fnr nlture, coil and box springs, utility and kitchen cabinets; mirrors, chests of drawer*, dressers. | AUCTION SALK * C- O. SLOAN A CO., laa. Auctioneers-Appraisers Atonic Sale Household furniture, personal effects. Oriental and domestic rugs, china glassware. bric-a-bbac, pictures, I? aLM 715 13th SL Wednesday April 2nd ' at 10 A.M. By order of the Security Storage Co. for storage charges and many pri vate owners. Te fc m ‘ : o. C *| h LoAN A TO,. Aucts. Established 1891 ma3l—spl "*&. o gsAradsjp-- Trustees’ Sale of Valuable BRICK DWELLING SITUATE NO. 6214 NINTH (9th) STREET. NORTH- 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, st public auction. In front Sayo“»pbiE“'d d hL?B THREE O'CLOCK P.M.. the following described land and premises, situ ate in the District of Columbia, and : designated as and being Lot num bered Twenty (20) in J Edward Fowler's subdivision of Lots 1 and 2. in Block numbered Three (3). ; “North Brlghtwood,” as per plat recorded in the Office of the Sur veyor for the District of Columbia in Liber 43 at foUo 130; said Block 3 being now taxed as Square 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 6 feet of Lot 19 in said subdivision, for alley pur poses for the benefit of said Lot 20. TERMB 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 es purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied with within 80 days from day of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell the prop erty at the risk and cost of de faulting purchaser after five days’ advertisement of such resale in some newspaper published la Washington. yW W^ANTELMANN, Trustee*. THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Auctioneer*. 436 Southern BalMlas. Trustees’ Sale, of ITaluable ROW BRICK DWELLINO BEING KNOWN AN PREMISES NUMBER 71 FEN TON COURT. NORTHWEST. By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded, in Liber No. 9440. 137 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 °f the Premises, on TUESDAY THE FIRST .DAY OF APRIL A.D. 1952. AT TWO-THIRTY O’CLOCK P.M.. the following-described land and premise*, situate in the District of Columbia, and designated as and Lot 164 in subdivision in Square 621 made by Gonzaga Col lege •» Per plat recorded 1 in Liber 14 at Polio 199 in the Office of the Surveyor for the District of Co lumbia. TERMS OP SALE; ALL CASH. A de posit of $500.00 will be requlred at time of gale. Alii conveyancing, re cording revenue stamps, etc., at cost of purchaser.. Terms of sale to be Srt&sffz •& tet .wi d * f »ultln* purchaser, after lire days advertisement of such resale wJSS«“ST" “ mh21,24,27.89,31 Trustees. THOS J. OWEN A BON. * Trustees’ Sale of Valuable ROW ?5 A & E wsXik LING BEINO KNOWN AB t PREMISES NUMBER 611 SEC OND BTREET, NORTHWEST. By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded, in Liber No. 8736, Folio 66 et seq., of the land records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured £&n reb Ti undersigned trustees will sell, at public auction In front °f the premises, on THURSDAY THE THIRD DAY OF APRIL A. D. 1982. 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 loti 7 2nd 8 In Square 867; being more particularly described by metes and bounds in said deed of trust. Now known for purposes of assessment and taxation as Lot 806 in Square 667. Terms: Sold subject to a prior deed of trust for approximately $1,338.06 further particulars of which will be announced at time of aale; the pur chase price above said trust to be paid In cash. A deposit of 5600.00 required. Conveyancing, recording, etc., at purchaser’s cost. Adjust ments made as of date of sale. Terms to be compiled with within thirty days, otherwise deposit for fHsa«°^V"si&sS; JOHN SWAOART. . „ G*°RGE CHACONAS. mh24.26 29 31.ap2 Trustees. THOS J. OWEN * SON, Aaetlnwen, 430 Southern Building, ■ftujtees’ Sale of Valuable TWO FIRST STRICT, NORTHWEST- By virtue of a certain deed of trost duly recorded, la Iflber N<?’ MW. Folio 237. et aeq.. 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. 1952. 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. Terms: Sola subject to a prior (building association) Steed of trust for approximately 55.735.38 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 dwoslt for feited and the property may be ad vertised and resold at the discretion 1 of the trustees “ m. raS: mh188.8.131.52.ap2. Trustees. THOS. J. OWEN * SON. Auctioneers, 435 Soathern BaiMlng Trustees' Bale of Valuable INCOM PLETE TWO-STORY BRICK APARTMENT BUILDING BEING KNOWN AS PREMISES NUMBER 2246 ONTARIO ROAD. NORTH- B?3&e of a certain deed of trust duly recorded, In Liber No. 9491. Folio 522 et. seq., of 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 THURSDAY THE TENTH DAY OP APRIL A.D. 1952 AT THREE O’CLOCK P.M.. the following-described land and prem ises. situate In the District of Columbia, and designated as and being Lot 82 In John Miller’s sub division of lots 50 to 65. inclu sive. in Block 4 "Meriden Hill.” as per plat recorded in the Office of the Surveyor for the District of Columbia in Liber County 23 at folio 79. Bald block 4 being now taxed as Square 2562. TERMS OF SALE. ALL CASH. A de posit of $50(M)0 will be required at time of sale. All conveyancing, recording, revenue stamps, etc., at cost of purchaser. Terms of sale to \>4 complied with within thirty days from day of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after live days’ advertisement of such re sale In some newspaper published m WMh » S. WhELL ISAAC 8. MASON Trustees. ma31— ap2,5,7,9. led l. Williams AML. Wimams, Jr. *"aucti 4 6’n~ At Williams Auction House TUM. B (T^OR§OW)^2*P.M. Late style, clean, used furni ture and household effects, including “Simmons” Hide- A-Bed green sofa, gentle man’s fine mahogany slide door chest, “Drexel” 5-pc. mahog. dinette set, large broadloom rug, mahog. and maple bedroom suites, re frigerators and other fur nishings Removed from better homes and apartments, stores and other sources. Complete late-style mahog. bedim, suite. Fine "Drexel” 5-pc. mahog. dinette set. Mahog. knee-hole desk. . . Fine-quality mahog. secretary desk. "Simmons” Hide-A-Bed sofa. Lswson style In green friese. Blonde 6-pc. breakfast set. Lounge and living rm. chain. Maple bedroom wees. Odd Innersprlng mattresses. Medium-grade 10-pc. wal. dining rm. Odd wan mirrors. . _ Matching pr. metal spring-base Holly wood beds with lnnersp. mattress— Floor and table lamps. Odd dressers and chests. Coffee, lamp and other table*. Room and throw-slse rugs. “Simmon*” full-six* box sprg. sad Numerbus^ OP other * wirth-whll# lain- AUCTION SALK ■ HARDSARE^BUSINESS r including Paint, glass. house furnishing*, elec trical and plumbing fittings, tools, cutlery. screen, poultry and fence wire, garden Implements, power lawn mowers, floor sanders, modern cash register, delivery truck, etc. VALUABLE DONG-TERM LEASE _ .At reasonable rental (Including, spacious storeroom, base ment and warehouse adjoining). By virtue of an order es the United State* District Court for the District of Columbia, Re: Civil' Actien No. U”43-si, the undersigned trustees will self BY PUBLIC AUCTION As an Entirety Only at BTEVENB SERVICE STORE 2769 NICHOIH AVE. B.E. TUESDAY April 8. 1952 11 A.M. NOTE: If entirety offer is not rati fied. the above stock, fixtures, truck, etc., will be sold by public auction In detail at the above-mentioned premises on Wednesday and Thurs day, Anril 23 and 24, 1952. com mencing at 10 o’clock a.m. For further particulars, apply to the undersigned. Terms: Cash. RALPH A. CUSICK, Trustee Barr Bulldln* . : EDGAR W, WREN. Trustee, j Woodward Building I _ mh31.ap2.4.7 THOS. jToWEN A SON. AneUaaeers. 435 Southern Building. Trustees’ Sale of Valuable TWO STORY ROW FRAME DWET t TNO BEINO KNOWN AS PREMISES NUMBER 297 TWELFTH STREET NORTHEAST. By virtue of a certain deed of trust dated August 21. 1951. being In strument No. 40246. recorded September 18, 1951 among 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 ip front of the premises, on THURSDAY THE TENTH DAY OF APRIL A.D. TWW. AT FOUR O’CLOCK PJnf„ the followlng-de serthed land and premises, situate in thhe District of Columbia, and designated- at and being part of Original Lot 4 In Souare 1010 described In accordance with a survey made bv Maddox 8c Hop kins. Inc., Engineers and Surveyor*, dated May 15. i 960: being more particularly described In said deed of trust.. Now known for purposes ot assessment and taxation as Lot 839 In Souare 1010. Terms: Sold subject ter a prior deed of trust for approximately 52.- Bno.oj, further particulars of Which will he announced et time of tale: the nurchase price above said trust, to be paid In cash. A denosit of *600.00 reonlred. Conveyancing, re cording. etc., at purchaser’s cost Adjustments made as of date erf sale. Terms to be complied with within thirty days, otherwise deposit forfeited and the property may be advertised end resold at the dis cretion of the trustees. HOWARD BERNSTEIN DAVID NIMETZ _ mh3l ,ap184.108.40.206 Trustees, THOS. J. OWEN A SON, Auctioneers. 435 Southern Building. Trustees’ Sale of Valuable TWO STORY ROW BRICK DWET LING BEINO KNOWN AS . PREMISES NUMBER 45 ADAMS STREET NORTHWEST. By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded, in Liber No. 9554. Folio 394 et sea., 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 THURSDAY THE TENTH DAY OF APRIL A.D. 1952. AT THREE THIRTY O’CLOCK P.M.. the follow ing-described land and premises, situate in the District of Columbia, and designated as and being Lot 82 in Paul et al subdivision of lots In Block 18 in “Bobbins Addition to the City of Washington." as per plat recorded In the Office of the surveyor for the District of Columbia in Liber County 22 at folio 131. Now known for purposes of assessment and taxation as Lot 82 In Square 3124. Subject to covenants of record. Terms; Sold subject to a prior (building association) deed of trust for approximately *7.879.10 further particulars of which will be an nouoced at time of sale: the pur chase price above said trust to be paid in cash. A deposit of 5600.00 reaulned. Conveyancing, recording, etc., at purchaser's cost. Adjust ments made a* 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. HOWARD BERNSTEIN. J. J. • KXLLInBR. mh31.ap2.5,7,9. Trustees. 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 Cor lumbi* . Pike. Arlington, Virginia, until 11 m a m.. 8.5. T., APRIL , 25, 1952. for Project lE2. Baltimore- Washington Parkway, Prince Georges County. Maryland. Bridge at Beaver dam Road. Two Box Culvert* and Approach Grading. 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B„ Md. —1 ASSISTANT NIGHT AUDITOR,Hours 11 p.m. to 7 a..m. 6 night per wk.; experience on NCR posting machine No. 2000 or accounting background necessary; employe benefits after 3 ■ office. *MAYFLOWER A HO?^^ rS Conn! ave. and De Sales st. n.w. —3l , AUTO BODY MAN—Experienced. Ex i cellent working conditions in mod [ ern shop with Sti-day week, paid . vacations and insurance. Very large Kuaranteed salary. COVINGTON MOTOR CO., 7301 Wls. ave., Be thesda. —4 t AUTO BODY MAN. first class; salary, $75 a week and tonus. tE?uIM4IJJ llth st. s.w, or AX. 3019. —3l | AUTO RADIO and accemory talesman; good starting salary with commls- I Bions and bonus; pleasant working conditions; vacations with pay. Ap- In person HERBON APPLIANCE CO.. 714 O it. a.W; —4 ; AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURER . requires service of wholesale parts 1 traveler for Washington and Virginia territories; applicant must be able 1 f.° during week days, can , live In Richmond If so desires; good r salary, expenses and car furnished. opportunity for advancement, must ; be aggressive with good parts ex perience. Reply m writing stating , marital status, former employ ment and furnish referehces. lmme . diate employment. Box 291-R. Star. I AUTOMOTIVE SPECIALIST—S7'* you live in Montgomery County and can auallfy as a, carburetor and elec trical man In a specialised shop, we have a good lob for you. Come to end talk It over with Mr. Lazor : at UNITED CARBURETOR SERV ICE In Rockville. ' AUTO MECHANIC for used-ear lot; must know his trade and have toots; AUTO MECHANIC, expert: 6%-day week: paid vacations; Insurance; modern shop, excellent working con ■ dittons. Very large guaranteed sal »ry- COVINGTON MOTOR CO., 7301 Wls. ave.. Bethcsda. —4 AUTO MECHANIC Reliable man for permanent position In The Evening Star garage; 25-35 years ol age; 6-day, 40-hour week; assured salary advancement, com pany benefits, paid vacations. Apply personnel, Room 605. Open week days. 8:30-6. and Sat., 9-1. THE EVENING STAR 1101 Penna. Ave. N.W. AUTO MECHANIC, general experl ence. for used car department. Steady inside work, paid holidays. 416 Morse st. ne. PR. 1082. —3l AUTO MECHANIC, experienced, for large concern with own fleet tract ors, trailers, trucks. No tools nec essary. Top aalary for right man. Give full details In reply. Box 490-8. Star. —3 AUTO MECHANICS, exper. only, new ear dealer. Apply MR. KRAMB. 900 M st. s.e. —1 AUTO FARTS MAN. experienced In Mopar parts, to work in our parts wholesale location. See Mr. O’Rorke, or Mr. Nelson. TRUE MOTOR CO.. 14tb and V sts. n.w. DE. 1910. AUTO PARTS MAN. exper. tn~OM parts. In a crowing parts dept., with a Chevrolet dealer; high salary. In surance plan and good working conds. Call Mr. Nqell. OS. 0100 T AUTO SALESMAN, used cars, Txcel. oppor. Bubs., drawing accts. against commissions. Transportation fur gished. Apply 7236 Wisconsin ave., ethesda, Md. —1 AUTO SALESMAN We have an opening for an experi enced used car salesman. Our sales men are among the highest paid la Washington. We have afi unusually good salary guarantee. 100% floor time. Cal] Mr. Baranek after 10 a.m. AUTO WHOLESALERS INC.. 1731 Bladensburg Rd. N.E.. LL 8-8800. AUTOMOTIVE SALESMAN" Opportunity for "live-wire” Individual to fill local territory for old-estab lished wholesaler of automotive ac cessories, supplies and. equipment; commission basis, drawing account. L. 8. JULLIEN, INC., 1443 P It n.w., NO. 8075. BAGGAGE AGENT White. 21-36. high school graduate. No exper. necessary. Apply after Sunday. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to mgr. TRAILWAYB BUS TERMINAL. 1201 New York ave. n.w. —1 BAKER, assistant to foreman; all lines in retail; must be expert and fast; good opportunity for right man. Box 291-L, Star. BAKES, cakes, pies, pastries and sweet goods; only A-l need apply Ml. 3775 between 3 and 8 p.m. BANK TELLER Permanent position. 5-day week. Company benefits in clude hospitalization, insur ance and retirement privi leges. APPLY THE WASHINGTON LOAN & TRUST CO. 17th and Q sts. n.w. —l BARTENDER, white, sober, neat ap pearance. exner. and ref. nec. Sal ary, S6O per wk. Box 446-R. Star. 1 wa. 1 ” •H • ; BOOKKEEPER i Alert individual 26-33 vrs. of ace. i to handle a varied bookkeeping as > stgument for several of our me i chanical -departments: bookkeeping . experience and some typing re quired; 5-day. 40-hr. Week. Apply i Personnel Room 605; open week i davg 8 .:0-5 and Bat. 9-1. No i i-bone calls THE EVENING STAR 1101 Penna. Ave. N.W. 1 BOOKKEEPER, to understudy office i manager; assume full charge 6 i months; ace 21 to 27; excellent working conditions and advance ment; good par and raises; must type; chance to work into tales. *co* 1217 K st n.w. —Bl BOOTH ATTENDANTS ! For last Potomac or Rock Creek Park tennis courts; mature men. able to make reservations, maintain accurate records, sell snacks, handle money; seasonal; 6-day week In cluding Sunday. Excellent open inks for retired men who are active. GOVERNMENT SERVICES, INC. 1136 21st St. N.W. —3l BBICKLATEEB—Iat class mechanics : ym' r 3B™* faa “Jr BRICKLAYERS—Ist clap mechanics . needed for gland tUe work on Veterans Hospital job tarWeethavon, > KENT (SfV HELP MIN (Cent.) BUTCHER for 1-man meat dept.; must be sober and steady With city refs. TA. 0922. —3l BUTCHER, exP«r„ to work to DOB ’•'atorij good pay; good hours; excel, working conas.: 6V4-day week. 400 Kennedy st. n.w. —1 BOTCHER, to take full charge of meat department; good pay. Call LI. 3-8062 before 3 p.m. —1 BUTCHER, retired, who wants light sang, asg-qjiaf jgg* CAB DRIVERS Late model and radio cabs. If you do not have an identification card. weMslst you In obtaining same. 808 8. STUDIO, 131 15th st. n.e., U. 3-6102, 10 a.m. te g p.m. —6 CAMERA SALESMEN, full at part time; ambitious. Wonderful oppor- . toOltT: good pay. RITZ CAMERA CENTERS, 618 12th st. B.w. —6 CARPENTER lor display shop. Must be good fixture man. CLYTELL EX HIBITS St CRAFTS, rear 1731 K st. n-w. —,31 CARPET MECHANICS Must be thoroughly experienced, for lug* specialty store; good salary. *t«*dy work. Apply DIENER’S. INC.. 1500 Rhode Island ave. n.e. —1 CAR HOPS Young men for full-time employment; salary plus tips; meals and uni lorms furnished; paid vacations and sick leave. HOT SHOPPE OR ANY HOT SHOPPE Or Room 200, 1341 G St. N.W. *2444'“'w Scons in j Ilf; Independence ave. ».e.. LX. 7-2044, 1 CHEF Cook, experienced, top salary. 6- day week, beautiful room furnished. Call manager, Waldorf 3826. —-31 CHEF SAUCER—Exper.; salary open; room and board. Apply CONGRES SIONAL COUNTRY CLUB OL 5600. “CLAIMS examiner" - Law student or graduate, age 22 to 28; some automobile adjusting ex per. helpful but not essentia' To work in Washington home office subrogation division; excellent 00- _S n E y xt. P 2Vl M C>U lof aPPt -f T ' CLERK for cigar dept., eve. wk. 5-10 |> m.; good salary. SHEPHERD PK. pharm, 7723 Oa. ave. n.w. —1 CLERK, white; neat appearing young man as sales clerk in our down town store; permanent position for £J*ht man. See Mr. Johnson at F. W. BOLOIANO & CO.. 1220 H st. n.w., any day. bet. 3 and 5:30. CLERK, FRONT OFFICE Experience essential. Apply in per son, manager’s office. HAY ADAMS HOTEL CLERK Oyer 18, with D. C. driven permit. To work m office supply stock room and make light deliveries by Jeep to to main office and annex of local insurance company; excellent work tog conditions; 5-day week. 8 to 4:30: sl6l per mo. GOVERNMENT EMPUJYEES INSURANCE CO.. 14th and L ste. n.w. —3l Clothing Men—Salesmen No experience necessary, we train you. Full, or part time. BM profit. qSick tale*. Advanced commission, big repeat business. Sell made-to toe*»H r * clothes. Spring line ready. Washington office assures satisfac tion. and fit. HOMELAND TAILORS. Rm. 804. 1.319 F st. n.w. —1 CLOTHING BALESMAN ;for men’s re tall store. Excl. salary. Steady no sltlon. Apply HOLLYWOOD CLOTH ING CO.. 70.3 7th st. n.w. —2 COFFEE SALESMAN—Man wanted to learn coffee business. Good salary, Plenty room for advancement. Call COOK COFFEE CO., CO. 9696 for appointment. ~ —3l COLLECTOR Outside adjustment collector for home Improvement ac counts; finance company experience helpful; salary and commission. Ap £&„’WiLS? r 2* s - CONSOLIDATED NOINEERING 8c DISTRIBUTING CO. OF AMERICA. AOOHst n.e! COLLECTOR 21-30 years of age, neat in appear *?£ ? B P»ble of meeting the 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 tislng accounts; car will be fur nished. o-day. 40-hr. week. Apply Personnel. Room 606; open week days 8:30-5 and Saturday 9-1. No phone calls. THE EVENING STAR 1101 Penna. Ave. N.W. COMMISSAR Y D SI?PERVIBO 2 K’B ) ass lst 1 - ant. under 40; hours. 11 p.m. to 7.30 a.m.; assist in supervising the loading and dispatching of food trucks. Good pay, opportunities for advancement. Many worthwhile em ployment benefits. Apply HOT SHOPPES. INC.. Room 200. 1341 CONSTRUCTION SUPERINTENDENT, experienced in all phases of building construction to take full charge of field work. This is an attractive, ssaffi ’srw.ft.A “a*; atracUon organization; Letter of ap plication should give complete back ground of experience, personal his tory and salary expected. Box 290-L, Star. —3l CONTROLLER Food , and beverage, experienced, ex clusive hotel, good salary. Regular advancement. Vacation. Insurance. Group hsopltalUation. References. Box 394-R, Star. —3l Comptroller—Office Mgr. FOR LARGE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION ANNUAL SALARY $6,000 to SB,OOO Plus company benefits. State age. education, exper., refs., and enclose recent photograph. All replies con fidential. Box 17-S, Star. —l COOS, colored, experienced, good ref. mMFirIMS: COUNTER AND GRILL MANi expe rienced; references reauired. BAS -BIN’S RESTAURANT, 1920 Penna. _ave. n.w. EX. 9140. ■■—i COUNTERMAN experienced. tor Kosher DeUcateaaen. Apply 7822 Eastern ave. n.w. —l COUNTERMAN, experienced kosher style; night*. Apply FILLMORE DEL. AND REST., 2706 Columbia Pike, Arl„ JA, 2-3020. —6 Dairy Route Salesman Retail route. 6%-day week, age 23- 40. experience meeting public, high school education desirable. Bond necessary. All our routes pay well above guarantee of $63.50. THOMPSON’S DAIRY. DE. 1400. DANCE TEACHERS, young man. ages 21-29, to teach ballroom danc ing; no exper. necessary, training given free; full and part time. Ap ply in person, noon to 6 p.m.. DON MARTINI STUDIOB. 602 13th st. n.w., or 1124 Conn. ave. —1 DENTAL TECHNICIAN ASST, for bridge dept. RYNEX At SAXON, 1027 19th st. n.w. —1 DELIVERY BOY and porter for liquor store: D: C. license: s.e. sec tion. Apply in person. 2318 Pennsyl vanla ave. s.e. —2 DETAIL MAN Century old pharmaceutical house expanding detail force. Want man to call on doctors, hospitals, and drug trade. Pharmacy or com parable scholastic background re quired. Some travel. Previous de tailing experience helpful but not essential. Car necessary. Good starting salary commensurate with experience. Commissions and ex pense allowance. Early Interview In Washington. Write giving full particular*, statin* age. education, experience, present earning*, mar a ** DISTRICT MANAGER Ambitious man. with proven ability as salesman worthy of promotion and managerial responsibilities. Any experience In consumer-type sales and managing men will be helpful. This 1* no easy job but oSers unusual earnings. You will need to prove good work habits, a driving ambition, ability to be a team member; good personality and NEVIL, Marion. New York State, —1 Draftsmen—Mechanical Drafting school exper. to 3 yr*. prac tical exper. Opportunity for rapid advancement. Call BT. 0986. —3l DRAFTSMEN Mechanical experience reauired. Age 22-40 Specifically lay-out of ma chine parts, assemblies, cte. Salary commensurate with ability. All em ploye benefits. Call ME. 6911.—31 DRIVER, colored; experienced In n.w. section. Apply 3423 Conn. ave. n.w. DRIVES, white, for dry cleaning route. Apply 3707 Nichols ave. s.e. STYLE CLEANERS. No phone calls. DRIVER MAINTENANCE UAH Tor ice cream and candy business; 6V4- day wk.; good pay; excel, opportunity for capable, dependable man; ap plicants should be over 30. Call SH. 4733, Sun or wkdays.. for appt. DRIVER-SALESMAN To take over part of established dry cleaning route. Original route too large for present driver. Good ter ritory for ambitious man. Apply in person to MR. SHERMAN. 4938 Wisconsin ave. n.w„ —3l DRIVERS-SALESMEN Retail ice cream vending rout**; btg earnings for good workers; no part Mme; no ghone Mils. JACK * JILL. 911 DRIVER - SALESMEN, established route, mlary plus smuMmlab. FLEET PHOTO SERVICK INC.. HH.F MIN ELECTRONIC DRAFTSMAN Layout and drafting of sche matic circuit drawing* amt wiring diagrams from rough sketches and oral Instructions: maintenance and Interpreta tion of drafting standards in electronic drafting work: 8-10 years experience plus basic electronic training desirable; ability to assume checkins re sponsibility essential. For further Information please phone Personnel Dept. Sligo 7200. SILVER BPRINO LABORATORY VITRO CORP. OF AMERICA (Formerly The Kellex Corp.) 962 Wayne Avenue Silver Spring. Md. ELECTRONIC ENGINEER Prepare engineering design studies, co-ordinate system details, prepare production specifications: 2 to 6 years' experience to Industry in de sign or testing of electronic equip ment. Extensive liaison duties; lo cation, San Diego. California. For further Information, please phone personnel department, SL. 7200. VITRO CORP. OF AMERICA 962 Wayne Ave.. Silver Spring. Md. Formerly The K-Uex Corp. ELEVATOR OPERATOR, colored, lor large apt. Settled man. Ref erences and elevator license required. Call CO. 4635. —3 ELEVATOR OPERATOR Colored; must have license; liberal salary, paid vacation and dther company benefits. See Mr. Fisher. HOUSE 8t HERRMANN FURNITURE CO.. 7th and I sts. —3l ENGINEER, civil or mechanical, ex perienced. first class only, for office or field work. Write P. O. Box 1106, Roanoke. Va. —3l ENGINEERS SENIOR STAFF DRAFTSMEN INSTRUMENT MAKER CAREER OPPORTUNITIES ESTABLISHED ENGINEER ING ORGANIZATION RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM PLEASANT WORKING CON DITIONS LIBERAL EMPLOYE BENE FITS RAPID ADVANCEMENT ON MERIT CHALLENGING ASSIGN MENTS IN FIELDS OF ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT, DESIGN, ANALYSIS, SYSTEMS, EVALUATIONS. INVOLVING SERVO MECHANISMS, FIRE CONTROL SYSTEMS EQUIPMENT RELIABILITY AND SERVICE ABILITY i FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE PHONE SLIGO 7200 PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT VITRO CORP. OF AMERICA 962 WAYNE AVE. SILVER SPRING. MD. FORMERLY THE KEIJJtX CORP. ENGINEER MECHANICAL We have an excellent opportunity for an engineer with design expe rience on machinery and machine warts. Degree required. Excellent salary and all employee benefits with a progressive organ isation. CORVEY ENGINEERING COMPANY Call ME. 6911 —4 SENIOR ELECTRONIC ENGINEERS Senior electronic engineers are re quired for permanent positions In industrial and military programs. Experience in the following field Is very helpful. ANALOG COMPUTERS DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION AIRCRAFT Wp? PLANT GUIDED SSsSTLK 10 SIMULATORS YOUNG ELECTRONIC ENGINEERS ■ „ here is your chance to learn new advanced techniques in servo mechanisms. analog computer*, radar, television, etc., while earning good pay Get In on our expanding programs. Excellent opportunity for * advance ment You will be thoroughly trained in the testing and operation of complex electronic and electromechanical equipment used in aircraft flight simulator*. Requirements; Recent graduates In engineering or several year* ex perience In trouble shooting, test ing. and maintenance In such fields as radio, radar, computers. TV. etc. FIELD SERVICE ENGINEERS - These flight simulators are located - at various service bases throughout the country. Field engineers will usually stay about a year or more at one base ; ERCO I ENGINEERING St RESEARCH CORF. ! RIVERDALE MD.. WA. 4444. EXT. 70 i , . r t ! FOOD CHECKERS (EXPERIENCED) r I .• ... ; $55 A Week and Meals 1 CONTACT ASSISTANT MANAGER l | SHOREHAM HOTEL 1 2500 Calvert St. N.W. I * SERVICEMAN FOR Washington Machine Department DISCOUNT PRIVILEGES APPLY PERSONNEL OFFICE 4th FLOOR S. KANN SONS CO. Ttfe, Bth AND MARKET SPACE N.W. HELP MIN EXTRACTOR MAN, laundry, colored. 20-35. experience not necessary: 48-hr. wk., liberal company benefits. I|Sn PARB: 0 °27Wi Woodi?y rd. n.w. —1 FOOD STANS ATTENDANT for small snack bar; mast be quick; prefer some experience, but not essential; 3 p.m. at It p.m., seasonal Job until Sept.: age 18-36. GOVERN MENT SERVICES. INC.. 1135 21st st. n.w. —ai FREIGHT BRAKEMEN 18-44 YEARS $1.91 PER HOUR APPLY AFTER 9 A.M. MONDAY. 1 FURNITURE SALESMAN, experienced preferred. Liberal salary, commis sion and other company benefits. See Mr. Fisher. HOUSE * HERR MAHN, 7th A Eye. —3l FURNITURE WAREHOUSE MAN. capable of assisting superintendent. Wonderful oppor. Liberal salary and other company benefits. Bee Mr. Fisher. HOUSE 8s HERRMANN. 7th and fare. —3l OARAGE ATTENDANT To clean cars for apartment build 'ing. Permanent. 12 midnight to a.m., $136 mo. Apply Garage Manager. Mr. Kise. THE KENNEDY WARRBN. 3133 Conn. ave. n.w. GAS STATION MAN, character the most Important requirement. SWAN’S SUNOCO SERVICE. 6450 Georgia ave. n.w. —2 OAS STATION ATTENDANTS. 15 ipen needed to open lerge new mod ern Sunoco Service Station. Oood starting salary, plus commission. Openings available for all type posi tions. i.e.. from washboy to assist ant manager. Applicants must ap ply in person to Mr. James Puckett. THE SUN OIL CO. SERVICE STA TION. 4940 Connecticut ave. n.w.. Tues. through Thurs. inclusive (Apr. 1-3). between 9 and 3. —3l GRILL MAN. exper.; toed nay. short hours, no Sun. work. Apply FERDI NAND GRILL. 102# 17th n.w. —3l GEILLMAN. white; night work; good salary. BEACON GRILL, 638 N. Capitol st., EX. 9532. —3l HANDY MAN Truck drlver-porter-stock clerk: must write plain and have D. C. driver's permit. GEO. F. MUTH CO. 710 18th Bt. N.W. —3 HANDYMAN WATCHMAN For office bldg.; must be able te do general repairs and maintennace work, also act as watchman 2 eve nings per week. Must be sober, re liable and able to lurnlsh good ref erences. Apply personnel, CAFRITZ CO.. 1404 K st. n.w. —1 HARDWARE, lumber and building material salesman: experience help ful; salary and commission. OROFF St ANDERSON. AL. 2626. —3l HELPERS on moving van (4). white, willing workers only. Call OL. 2124, FA. 4688, alter 5 or Sun. NEW LON’S TRANSFER. —1 HELPER LIGHTLY BUILT For air conditioning and ventilatWc duct cleaning. Mostly night work, steady, good salary, advancement. 4015 Georgia ave. n.w. —3l HERDSMAN for new small herd of registered black Angus. Farm near Washington; all modern bldgs, and equipment. House has all modern conveniences. Please write details of experience and references Box 461-8. Star. —3l INSTRUMENT MAKER Fabrication of experimental equipment and vehicle parts. Must be able to make own machine setups. Thoroughly familiar with machines and hand tools. 5 years' shop ex perience desirable. For further information please "hone personnel dept., Sligo 7200. SILVER SPRING LABORATORY VITRO CORP. OP AMERICA (Formerlyjh* Kellex Corp.) 962 Wayne Avenue Silver Spring. Md. JANITOR, colored, married, for large apt. development in Va.; experience with heavy oil burner*: good salary and quarters. Interviews. » to JO a.m. or 4 to 6 p.m. JESS FISHER & CO.. INC.. 1420 K St. n.w. EX. 1811. —3l JANITOR, colored: permanent full time Job In n.w. apt. bouse for re liable. conscientious, sober man; stoker and maintenance experience; local refs.; married, no children; with quarters. Call AD. 2687. from 6:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. LEGAL ADMIN. ASST. $5,000—56,000 Law and accounting graduate to as sist top executive ip large local corporation. At least 6 years’ prac tical experience to corporate admin istration. UNDER 36 YEARS Excellent opportunities for advance, ment, substantial employment bene fits. Forward resume of back ground and experience to Box 74^-R. LIQUOR SALESMAN and mtr., good pay. steady position: experienced only; confidential. Write Box 18"-S. tftifo* SALESMAN, experienced only; good pay. Confidential. Write Box 166-8. Star. —1 LIQUOR SALESMAN For large downtown store, excel, salary. Only those with local exper. need apply. APEX LIQUORB. 633 Penna. ave. n.w. —1 LUMBER YARD HELPERS, exper. truck drivers, familiar with Wash ington area; lift operator, exper. on 7-ton fork lift: lumber checkers, exper. for retail lumber yard: union wages. Call MR. FINN ELL. NO. 8776. MACHINISTS SILVER SPRING Permanent openings for experienced men; 5-aay, 45-hr. wk.. with over time pay; excellent benefits. Apply in person. AMERICAN INSTRUMENT CO. 8030 Oeorgla Ave.. 8. 8., Md. —1 LOCKSMITH, or man familiar with locks and keys, good salary, paid, vacation. pleasant surroundings. Wonderful opportunity for Interest ing person. Write stating age, qual ifications. experience. Box 16-8. Star. MAINTENANCE MAN. 8 to 6; men for grounds. 8 to 5; man for check ing boiler rooms. 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. All positions 5 Vi-day week. Apply BUITLAND MANOR. Suitland. Md. —3l MAINTENANCE MAN, home for elderly persons, permanent, not over 60. NO DRINKING. CaH BH. 6040 lor appointment. —3l MANAGER For shirt dept. In large plant. Must be exper. For further particulars, apply Mr. Gravely, ARCADE-BUN -BHINE. 713 Lamont st. n.w. —2 MESSENGER BOY lot light work, temporary, 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 Chan ntog pi. n.e. , —3 . NEWSPAPER SOLICITORS SALARY BASIS Permanent position selling news paper subscriptions In the Wash ington area; must be neat In ap pearance. courteous, capable of deSffiuf with the public, and physically fit. Apply in neraon to MrV Moor* or Mr. Everett in the Circulation Department. m«- ganine floor. No pnone calls. THE EVENING STAR 1101 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W. hel? m«n conditions. 1&. 5940 ior appt 4 MULTILITH OPERATOR; Excellent earning*. Permanent post- 1 Uon. Luncheon meal*.. Paid vaca tion and sick leave. Ordup lnsur- . ance. Many other worthwhile am- 1 ploy men t benefits APPLY HOT BHOPPES. INC. Room 200. 1341 G St. f NIGHT AUDITOR; hours. UM. to 7 a.m., 6 nights per week: hotel ex perience necessary, with knowledge of NCR posting machine No. 2000. Salary to commensurate with abil ity; employe benefits after 3 months ; employment. Apply personnel office, MAYFLOWER HOTEL, Conn. ave. and De sale* st. n.w. —3l NIGHT AUDITOR for first class hotel in Virginia Beach; attractive proposition; settled middle aged man. Reply by mall or phone; contact Mr. Thomas. Manager. JEFFERSON HOT* L, Virginia Beach, Virginia. Phone 2680. —2 NIGHTMAN COLORED with knowl edge of switchboard and have ele vataor operator’s license. Hours 11 p.m. to 8 a.m. Apply Resident Man ager, The Keystone Apt. 2160, Ps ave. n.w. —3l OFFICE-CREDIT MANAGER Young man. experienced in office man. agement or accounting: man experi enced in painting and building trades preferred; salary commen surate with experience; other bane fits. Apply Mr. Smith. Jr.. C. I. SMITH CO.. INC.. 2437 18th St. n.w. HU. 3300. —1 OFFSET WEB PRESSMAN: Excel, op port.: take full charge of latest model two-color Webt-ndorfer Publi cation Press. Located in Ohio; liv. quarters; highest hr. rate. Box 301-8. Star. 1* 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 ment* possibb; it arranged in ad vance. Apply in person. Personnel Office. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY, 3rd and R sts. n.e. —1 PAINTERS (2). exper.; steady work; one wall washer 1119 21a. st. n.w. NA. 1919. OE. 1392. —3l PAINT SALESMAN -An opportunity for the rloht man. GEO. F. MUTH CO. HO 13th St. N.W. — a ; PARTB MAN for ' appliance and electronic parts woTk; good working conditions and excellent opportu nity; full employe benefits includ ing vacation, sick leave, hospitan aatlon. pension, etc. Evening ap pointments arranged. Call Mr. Shallow at O. E. SUPPLY CORP . HU. 6800. —2 PBX OPERATOR for secretarial board, in modern apt. bldg., hra.. 4-mldnlght. good salary. Apply Manager. OR. 2200. —3l PAINTERS; must be first class. Re port to MR! FLORA. 11 Kennedy dr.. Kenwood. Md. —4 PART-TIME MEN. 3 eves, and Sat., for sales service dept., about 53 hr. No car or. exper. nec. Apply 6-6:30 p.m.. Tues., Wed., Thurs., 1 Rm. 702, 710 14th st. n.w. —2 PASTERY CHEF—For the Emerson Hotel to Baltimore. Maryland. Phone Mr. Monte. Mulberry 4400. ; extension 266 for appointment. PHARMACIST, full time; registered in Md.; active; good hours; top salary to right man. Call SL. 9672 , PHARMACIST, experienced, salary 1 and. working conditions extra good. Apply in person. MARKET PHAR FHARMAcIsT—Sufi*' time: vacation I with pay; good hrs.; top salary. Apply to person. . KEYBTONE ' PHARMACY. 2150 Penn, ave^n.w. 1 PHOTO FINISHING—Man. mechanl ; calty inclined, for training as asst. 6th st. n w. —H PHOTOGRAPHERS, $65 Salary plus bonus. per 6-day week. Must have car. All equipment Turn. Apply 4 South Hanover st.. 3rd fir., Baltimore. Md. —3 PLATE CARRIER Permanent position in our pressroom, with a chance for advancement: 21-30 rears of age. heavy build and capable of giving regular at tendance; must be able to pass physical exam. Apply Personnel, Room 606 Open weekdays. 8:30-6. and Sat.. 9-1. No phone calls THE EVENING STAR PHYSICISTS And ENGINEERS Need men with advanced degree and preferably some work experience for research with high altitude baloons at University of Minnesota. If Interested, call. DR. CRITCH FIELD Tuesday or Wednesday of this week at RALEIGH HOTEL or apply In person Tuesday morning only. PIPEFITTER, with foreman ability, experienced on industrial work, first class only. Regular work. Write P. O. Box 1106, Roanoke, Va. —3l PLUMBER, opening for first-class re pair man: good opportunity for sober, industrious workman; must have driver’s license and good refs. Apply 1061 W. Broad st.. Falls Church or call FA. 4440, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. —~ PLUMBER, to fill permanent year round position with well established firm. Experience required in all phases of remodeling and repair work in and around Washington. Liberal benefits and excellent work ing conditions. Apply to Mr. Ed ward. JOHN G. WfeBSTER & SONS. INC.. 627 F st. n.w. ST. 6100^. PORTER, colored; liquor store; ex perience and references necessary. Apply 1442 You st. n.w. —1 PORTER —Full time and Part time. Must be reliable. Apply at SMITHS PHARMACY. 2518 14th »t. mw. PORTER for men’s furnishings store: 432 7th *t. n.w. „ —1 PREBBER —Good steady Job for an. exprelenced man. 8474 Piney Branch rd.. Silver Spring. BH. 1536. —l Bus, Streetcar Operators Ages 21 to 55 ' . Average Earnings After Qualifying Over $75 Per Week ..... I No Experience Needed Paid While Learning STEADY WORK PAID VACATIONS SICK LEAVE CAPITAL TRANSIT CO. Apply Monday Through Friday 36th and M Sts. N.W. Take No. 80 Rosslyn Car - '■ “ s 4. g SALESMEN THIS IS A SIO,OOO PER YEAR JOB FOR THE RIGHT MAN sllO Per Week Drawing Account Two clean-cut intelligent men with cars needed for high-type specialty sales position. Call on Qualified Leads in Washington Area BY APPOINTMENT No Canvassing Required Write Your Experience—Past Earnings Our Men Know of This Ad BOX 489-S, STAR -31 , SHOE SALESMEN EXPERIENCED GENEROUS SALARY WITH A MOST GENEROUS COMMISSION ARRANGEMENT APPLY PERSONNEL OFFICE SIXTH FLOOR JELLEFF’S F ST. STORE . - r-i. (Continued on Next Page) THE EVENING STAR B-11 Washington, D. C. MONDAY, MASCTMI, IW| T HELP M6N 'SKSi.*Sa!SSr , «i» flss .“SS Swj'S™ S= BriSW PRINTER, daytime Unotyn. **"'*3X opportunity for. an A-1 .man in email shop: must be able to make up. lock up own forma and ran Miehle vertical press; food salary. Steady Job: give full Partteulari. phone number, when available. Boa 73-8. Otar. purchasing AGENT and dispatcher for lumber yard. Only **P«rlence4 men need apply. Writs. stating gust locations. Boa 2P4-B. Star. —4 _ RADIO-ELECTRONIC TEST MEN AND TECHNICIANS Needed immediately for 1009b' ; defense production plant, ■ Opportunity for advance ment to engineering work; 48-hour week. * ■ APPLY MR. BREO. I : SCHUTHG & CO., INC. i 9th and Kerny Sts. NJG. LA. 6-8200 ■ , —» real estate SALESMAN Un ; limited opportunity for man with ; sales ability, our brokeraae ana ' buildlna organisations assures you i revenue from every phase of real estate business. Call JAMES C. i TIPTON. OR. 7102. —3l - REAL ESTATE SALESMEN. Activa • s.e. and Md. broker has opening for ■ full-time salesman. Leads fur . ntshed LU. 4-4382. T. ‘ PAUL I MUPP CO. —1 , REAL ESTATE SALESMEN r OPPORTUNITY Increased business create* an unusual opportunity for 2 full-time. ll*e»wlr# men to join one of Arlington'* largest builder-brokerage firms. Our new .subdivisions of over 200 home* will assure you of a guaranteed In come and In addition, we have over 150 other listings. If your present position and income are unsatis factory. call Mr. Vtttorl today lee an amointment. LURIA BROS., INC. REALTORS 2300 WILSON BLVD.. OW. 8506 “reaiTestatE^ SALESMAN We have plaoe at once for tull-tim#, experienced salesman in smooth running office handling good sub urban property; plenty of good listings and with staff of only 4 seasoned men. *ll making money. RIPLEY it ROMER Realtors. BL. 6111. Ask for Mr. Ripley. —1 RECEIVING CLERK Exceptional opportunity for aggress)v# young man to learn clothing busi ness. Excellent working conditions 3rd| few! B&ND A CLOTHES, J3Bll REPAIR DEPT. CLERK^ Young man to take charge of rapidly growing service dept, lna leading downtown Jewelry store. ISperiencad in estimating watch and Jewelry re pairs preferred but not essential. Good ttartin* salary. Company tana fits, pleasant surroundings. Apply lB person to Mr. Elseman. _ BATES JEWELER^ Fst 9th St. N.W. —3l RESTAURANT MGR. Permanent position, excellent salary, commensurate with experience ana ability, plus bonus and liberal «£ tirement plan, under 40 years. 6 to 10 years experience. . Ability to direct and instruct people. Desire for. responsibility. Write now to Box 422-8. Star. —1 RODMAN, experienced, for lmmedlato work with field engineering crew on lge. construction )ob, all-yr.-round INC*/ 22*i OW. 6660. —2 ROOFER AND TINNER Must be experienced. Call BA. 2184. ROOM CLERK .. DOWNTOWN WASHINGTON HOTEL APPLY BOX 418-9, STAR.