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Births Reported
BOYS
James and Lillian Brady.
Earl and Rosetta Brice.
O'Dell and Mable Daniel.
Raymond and Sarah Ford.
Vincent and Juanita Greenfield.
Cicero and Ethel Guyton.
Grafton and Vasca Jones.
William and Arlene Kniaht.
Eldrldge and Kathleen Moore.
Regeland and Matorie Poles.
Ulysse and Martha Watson.
Francis and Grace Curran.
Edwin and Serletha Cunningham.
Henry and Willette Dupree.
Fred and Dorothv Gray.
Royal and Edna Green.
John and Geraldine Hall.
Silas and Emily Jordan.
Wallace and Floria Lynch.
John and Juanita Peterson.
William and Susie Stewart.
James and Esther Woodland.
GIRLS
George and Alice Boddie.
Frank and Geraldine Carter.
Jimmie and Clara Cole.
Willard and Josephine Goode.
Willie and Cora Johnson.
Horace and Jean Smith
Robert and Anna Gosnell.
Hanford and Alice Pinette.
Angush and Della Bostie.
Roy and Delores Childs.
Robert and Mary Faulkner.
Charles and Louise Holse.
Bernard and Jean Johnson.
Bruce and Frances Holloway.
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Alexandria, Va.
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SON. 1328 Randolph st. n.w. 27*
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any debts contracted by anyone but
myself. RALPH O. SICHERT. 4415
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I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE for
any debts contracted bv any one
other than myself. HARRY BUTZ.
•1811 Giencarlin dr., Falls Church,
V a. as •
NOTICE Is hereby given to all SHARE
HOLDERS of the Capital Stock of
the CHEVY CHASE SAVINGS BANK
that Samuel Peacock, the sharehold
ers' agent heretofore appointed by
said shareholders, has died, and that
a meeting of all shareholders ol said
hank and/or their proxies and fidu
ciaries is hereby called to be held on
Thursday. June 25. 1953, at 4 P.M.
o'clock, (EDST). at 801 Colorado
Building. 14th and G Streets. N.W..
Washington. D. C., to elect another
shareholders' agent and to fix his
bond. CLYDE D. GARRETT. A Share
holder of said Bank. 24*
GEORGETOWN-TYPE HOME mod
ernization .rom stem to stern: 1 re
sponsibility. complete designing
lervlce; unconditionally guaranteed
LANCO SERVICE
LU, 1-6407 Any Time —271
AUCTION SALES j
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Auctioneers.
435 Southern Building.
Trustees' Sale of Valuable TWO
STORY ROW BRICK DWELLING
BEING KNOWN AS PREMISES
NUMBER 1351 QUEEN STREET.
NORTHEAST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust j
r.atrd December 2. 1952 and re
corded as instrument number 47615.
December 4. 1952 among the land;
records of the District of Columbia, i
and at the reouest of the party|
secured thereby, the undersigned!
trustees will sell, at public auction In 1
front of the premises on THURSDAY
THE FOURTH DAY OF JUNE A.D. I
1833 AT THREE O CLOCK PM., the!
lollowlng-described land and prem- j
lses, situate in the District of Colum
bia. and designated as and being Lot I
114 in Square North of Midi, sub
division made by Beniamin H
Gruver. of part of the tract of land
called "Youngsborough," as per plat
recorded in the Office of the Sur
veyor for the District of Columbia
in Liber 78 at folio 88: subject to
the building restriction line and
covenants of record.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior (build
ing association) deed of trust for
approximately 56.208.22 and a prior
second deed of trust for approxi
mately $6,442.28 further particulars
of which will be announced at time]
of sale: the purchase price above!
said trust to be paid in cash. A!
deposit of SSOO 00 required. Con
veyancing. recording, etc., at pur
chaser's cost. Adiustments made as
of date of sale. Terms to be com
piled with within 30 days, otherwise
deposit forfeited and the property
may be advertised and resold at the
discretion of the trustees.
WARNER L. HUMBLE.
„„ VERGINALD L. DOLPHIN.
my23.26.29.Je1.3 Trustee*.
THOS. J. OWEN A BON, Awetieneer*.
430 Southern Building.
Trustee*’ *al* of valuabl* UNDIVIDED
ONE-HALF INTI3IEBT IN AND TO
A TWO-BT°RR ROW BRICK
DWELLING BEING KNOWN AB
PREMISES NUMBER 60814 PARK
ROAD. NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded, in Liber No. 9449.
Folio 164 et seq., of the land,
record* of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of the party 1 ,
secured thereby, the undersigned l
trusteesvwlll sell, at public auction
in front of the premises, on TUES- i
DAY, THE SECOND DAY OF 1
JUNE, A.D. 1963. AT ONE-THIRTY;
O CLOCK P.M.. the following-1
described land and premises, situate;
In the District of Columbia, and!
designated as and being an undi
vided one-half Interest In and to
Lot 89 in Lewis E. Breuninger's
subdivision of lots In ''Bellevue," as
per plat recorded In the Office of
the Surveyor for the District of
Columbia In Liber County 13 at
folio 111. Together with the ex
clusive right of possession in and to
the first floor apartment of the Im
provements now situate on said
property. Now known for purposes!
of assessment and taxation as Lot
89 in Square 3039.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior
(building association) deed of
trust for approximately $8,525.27
further particulars of which will
be announced at time of sale; the
purchase price above said trust to
be paid in cash. A deposit ol
$500.00 required. Conveyancing,
recording, etc., at purchaser's cost.
Adjustments made as of date of
sale. Terms to be complied with
within thirty days, otherwise de
posit forfeited and the property
may be advertised and resold at the
discretion of the trustees.
HOWARD BERNSTEIN,
THOMAS W. HUNT.
my21,23,26,29jel Trustees.
C. G. SLOAN A CO., INC.,
Anetloneers-Appraisers,
LARGE SALE
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
AND FURNISHINGS
French carved living room furniture,
upholstered sofas and chairs, Vic-;
torian chairs and tables, bedroom!
suites, desks, bookcases, beds,!
springs, mattresses. Oriental and
domestic rugs, china, glassware,
plated ware, etc.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
AT SLOAN'S
715 13 th Street. N.W.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 27th at 10 A M.
From Ace Van k Storage Company
for iterate charges, National Sav
ings k Trust Company for an
estate and from other consignors.
Terms: Cash.
C. O. BLOAN k CO.. INC., Auetl.
Established 1891
my 28,26
I AUCTION SALES (Continued)
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Auctjeneere.
435 Southern Building.
j Trustees' Sale of Valuable TWO
STORY DETACHED FRAME DWELL
-1 ING BEING KNOWN AS PREMISES
i NUMBER 2732 BRUCE PLACE.
SOUTHEAST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded. In Liber No. 9714.
Folio 212 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
of the premises, on TUESDAY. THE
SECOND DAY Or JUNE. A.D. 1953.
AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the follow
ing-described land and premises
situate in the District of Columbia
and designated as and being Lot 137
in George E. Emmon’s subdivision of
part of "Chichester" now being
known as "Garfield.’’ as per plat
recorded in the Office of the Sur
veyor for the District of Columbia
m Liber O. S. at folio 155. Now
known as Lot 137 in Sauare 5743
Terms: Sold subject to a prior
• building association) deed of trust
for approximately $4,809.24 further
particulars of which will be an
nounced at time of sale: the pur-i
chase price above said trust to be'
oaid in cash. A deposit of $500.00
, required. Conveyancing, recording.
etc., at purchaser’s cost. Adjust
i ments made as of date of sale.
| Terms to be complied with within
thirtv days, otherwise deposit for-
I felted and the property may be ad
! vertised and resold at the discretion
: of the trustees.
CHARLES MITCHELL,
THOMAS W. HUNT,
j 917-1.-3.2*1.29 jel Trustee*.
THOS. J. OWEN * RON. Auctioneers,
43A Southern Building.
I Sale of Valuable TWO
STORY row BRICK DWELLING
BEING KNOWN AS PREMISES
NUMBER 1219 K STREET SOUTH?
! of f c ert*ln deed of trust
j dated December 10. 1952. being In
®frument Number 9051. recorded
1 1 £•?•'*• among the land roc-:
; ords of the District of Columbia, and
; at the reouest of the party secured
I ' h I ?. reb 7. the undersigned trustees
l w * at Public auction in front
; of the premises, on THURSDAY :
THE FOURTH DAY OF JUNE. A.D
1953, AT TWO OCLOCK PM., the!
followlns-deslrlbed land and prem-;
ises. Situate In the District of
Columbia, and designated as and
being Lot 37. Settles’ subdivision
of part of Souare 1023 as per plat
recorded In the Office of the Sur
veyor for the District of Columbia
in Liber 14 at Folio 78
Terms: Sold subject to a prior
• building association) deed of trust
for approximately $2,387.98 and
a Prior second deed of trust for
approximately $975.00 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 ssoo.On'
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 trustee*
THORNTON W. OWEN.
ROBERT W. KIDWELL.
my 28.26.29, jel,3 Trustees.
ADAM A. WESCHLER A BON
Auctioneer* -Appralier*
United State* Manbal'i Sal*
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
Improved bv Detached Corner
Brick Dwelling
No 4301 21st St. N.E.
By virtue of a Writ of Execution
issued out of the Clerk’* Office of the
United State* District Court for the
District of Columbia and to me di
; rected. I will sell for casn. bv public
auction, on TUESDAY. JUNE 9. 1953
at 2 O'CLOCK P.M.. at the West
entrance of the United Btates Dls
trlct Court House on John Marshall
; Place between Constitution Avenue
and C St.. N.W.. Washington, D. C.
! all of the right, title and interest
of the Defendant. Helen McGarvey
; Saul, in and to the following
described real estate in the District
of Columbia to wit: Lot 14 In
Square 4232 improved by a two
story attic and basement detached
bricx dwelling known as premises
4301 21st Street. N.E.. Washington.
D. C.. seized and levied upon as
property of the defendant and sold
to satisfy a judgment at law No.
C. A. 2556-50 in favor cf H. S.
Landis and Lillian Landis. Plain
tiffs. W. BRUCE MATTHEWS.
UNITED STATES MARSHAL IN
i AND FOR THE DISTRICT OF
COLUMBIA —8
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Auctioneers,
435 Southern Building.
Trustees' Sale of Valuable improved
real estate consisting of an undi
vided one-half Interest In a two
story brick dwelling being premises
69 Bates Street. N.W.
By virtue of a certain deed of truit
duly recorded. In Liber No. 9487
Folio 31 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 within
the office of Thos. J. Owen k Son,
Room 435 Southern Building,
Fifteenth and H streets N W., on
TUESDAY THE SECOND DAY OF
JUNE A.D. 1953. AT ONE O'CLOCK
PM., the following-described land
and premises, situate in the District
of Columbia, and designated as and
being AN UNDIVIDED ONE-HALF
INTEREST IN AND TO Lot num
bered Three Hundred (300) in
Square Six Hundred Fifteen (615)!
In the Subdivision made by Na
thaniel J. Taube, et al as per plat
recorded In Plat Book 131. Folio;
139 of the records of the Office of
the Surveyor for the District of
Columbia.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior deed
of trust for approximately $7,750.00
further particulars of which will
be announced at time of sale:
the purchase price above said trust
to be paid in cash. A deposit of
$300.00 required. Conveyancing,
recording, etc., at purchaser’s cost.
Adjustments made as of date of
sale. Terms to be complied with
within thirty days, otherwise de
posit forfeited and the property
may be advertised and resold at the
discretion of the trustees.
ABRAHAM H. LEVIN.
ROBERT G. WEIGHTMAN.
my 21,26 jel Trustee*.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. Auctioneer*.
435 Southern Building.
Trustees’ Sale of Valuable Improved
real estate consisting of an un
divided one-half interest In a two
story brick dwelling being premises
1254-A Carrollburg Place S.W.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
duly recorded. In Liber No. 9459,
Folio 141 et seq.. of the land re
cords of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of the parties
secured thereby, the undersigned
trustees will sell, at public auction
within the office of Thos. J. Owen
k Son. Room 435, Southern Build
ing, Fifteenth and H Streets N.W..
on TUESDAY. THE SECOND DAY OF
JUNE. A.D. 1953. AT ONE
O'CLOCK P.M., the following
described land and premises, situate
In the District of Columbia, and
designated as and being AN
UNDIVIDED ONE-HALF INTEREST
IN AND TO Lot numbered Ninety-
Four (94) In the Washington Sani
tary Improvement Company * sub
division of lots In Sauare num
bered Six Hundred Fifty-One (651)
as per plat recorded In the Office
of the Surveyor for the District of
Columbia in Liber 37 at folio 27.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior deed
of trust lor approximately $7,00(1.00
further particulars of which will be
announced at time of sale: the
Eurchase price above said trust to
e paid In cash. A deposit of
$300.00 required. Conveyancing,
recording, etc . at purchaser's cost.
Adjustments made a% of date of
sale. Terms 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.
ABRAHAM H. LEVIN.
ROBERT G. WEIGHTMAN.
my21,26,jel Trustees.
PROPOSALS
GOV. OF DIST. OF 001.., DIR. OF
CONSTR., May 21. 1953. SEALED
PROPOSALS will be reed, in RM.
404 - 499 Pa. Ave., N.W.. Wash. 1.
D. C., until 2 PM. DST, June 4.
1953, *nd then publicly opened and
read for Toilet Modernization of 16
Bcheo!s In D. C. Proposal forms,
speens. and drawings obtainable,
without charge, from Supervisor.
Contr. Sec.. Procurement Office. D. C.
Rm. 406 - 499 Pa. Ave., N.W. (Tel.
NA. 8-6000. Ext. 2378).
my 21.22.23,25.26.27
PERSONAL
VACANCY In reg. nurse'* home for
elderly persons; private room with
bath: tray serv. JU. 5-8363. —2B
VACANCY IN NURSING HUME tot
elderly person: 24-hr. nursing care;
licensed by State and county Super
vision. JU 9-6040.
PIANO TUNER. $6: city or suburbs;
quality work. VICTOR GEORGE. TA
9-6962 days; KI. 8-2218. eves.
MEXICAN LAWYER, registered con
sulate. all Mexican legal matters.
Immigration. EDMUND CASTILLO.
280 Broadway. New York 7. N. Y.
PRIVATE DAtfCE INSTRUCTION:
previously with nationally known
studio: compare cost. Call LLOYD
MITCHELL. 6-11 p.m., HO. 2-1444.
TYPING SERVICE, seeks limited num
ber of clients. Prof, typing including
billing at monthly rates. Steno. serv
ice avail. Box 449-J. Star.
WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT and In
vitation*: 1-day service; we call
and deliver. JA. 5-8245. 2*
NURSERY—On* of the best in West
Hyattsville; 1 acre of grass and
trees, fenced In; lge. frt. rm. for
working mother and day care for
children. 3616 Hamilton «t.. West
Hyattsville. WA. 7-2278. —26
NURSING HOME—Lovely rooms, 24-
hr. nursing care. Good food for eld
erly people. JU. 9-9783. —26
SLIP COVERS AND DRAPES, custom
made from our large selection of *
materials or your own material.
Cash or budget. Call for salesman!
and samples. HOME SPECIALTY i
SHOP. 910 H st. n.e.. LI 6-8957. t
TYPING, expert—Pickup and de-l
livery. wo. 6-4679. 26*
FURNITURE REPAlß—Springs tied.!
cushions repaired, in your home. I
ST 3-3470. l*
PERMANENT $4: shampoo. WAR- 1
FLYNN BEAUTY COLLEGE 1210 O
VACANCY—EIderIy lady or gentle-!
man; 24-hour care: pvt. or semlpvt.;
from SIOO mo. HE. 4-5151. —1
" FOREIGN JOBS
OVERSEAS empl. worldwide. All
trades, helpers, clerical and proses-;
■tonal. (Men-woraen). Big pay. Tax
free. Over 50 contracts tinder way
and breaking now. Complete up-to-l
date data on firms hiring Write
for Information. ATLAS FOREIGN:
Sot 'geleafiS?' Dept- B ’ l ‘ Boz 630 'j
PERSONALS (Cont.)
BLIP COVERS, made to specifications.
Sofas. 525: chairs. 515. Nice selec
tion ol materials. Shown in your
home. Any time. EM. 3-1898. —27
FOR BEAUTIFUL decorative fabric*,
excellent work at surprisingly
low price. See FRANCIS BLIP
COVER. DRAPERY k UPHOL
-1 STERY STORE. 3008 Hamilton st..
j W. Hyattsville, UN. 4-2247. —29
LEGAL NOTICES
JOHN H. MILTON. Attorney.
15 Rhode Island Ave. N.E.
j UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT!
' for the District of Columbia. Hold-
I lng Probate Court —No. 82,099. Ad- !
! ministration.—This is to Give Notice: |
I That the subscriber, of the District,
1 of Columbia has obtained from the;
! Probate Court of the District of!
! Columbia. Letters of Administration!
on the estate of Ellen N. Wall, also
known as Ella N. Wall, late of the!
District of Columbia, deceased. AIL
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;
I 9th day of November. A.D. 1953;
i otherwise they mav bv law be
excluded from ell benefit of said!
estate. Given under my hand this!
7th day of May, 1953. GENEVIEVE,
W. CULHANE. 1624 Roxanna Rd..
N.W. (Seal.) Attest: THEODORE;
COGSWELL. Register of WiUs for;
the District of Columbia. Clerk of
the Probate Court.
my19.26.je2
SPIEGLER A ALFHER. Attorneys,
Southern Building.
Filed May 16, 1953, Harry M. Hull.
Clerk.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia.—
SOLOMON S. SEIOLE and AARON
NIMETZ, Plaintiffs, vs. RANDLE
FSTATES, INC., et al. Defendants
No. 1467-'63.—The object of this
suit Is to remove cloud on title to
Lots 31 and 32 in Square 6635 In
the District of Columbia, more par
; tlcularly described in the Complaint
: herein. On motion of the plaintiffs.
! It is this 15th day of May. 1953,
ordered that the defendant. Randle
Estates. Inc., cause its appearance
; to be entered herein on or before the
i fortieth day. exclusive of Sundays
r 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. Piovided. a copy of this
order be published once a week for
three successive weeks in the Wash
ington Law Reporter, and The
Evening Star before said day. And
it Is further ordered that the de
fendants unknown stockholders of
Randle Estates. Inc., or their un
known alienees or assigns heirs or
devisees, cause their appearance to
be entered herein on or before the
first rule day occurring after the
expiration of three months from
the date of the first publication of
this order otherwise the cause will
be proceeded with as In case of de
fault. Provided, a copy of this order
be published twice a month for three
months in the Washington Law Re
porter. and The Evening Star before
said day. (S.) JAS. W. MORRIS.
Judge. (Seal) A true copy. Test:
HARRY M. HULL, Clerk, Bv HELEN
K. BENDURE. Deputy Clerk.
my10.26.je2.1f1jy7.21.
GEORGE E. FLATHER, Jr.. Attorney,
Union Trust Bldg.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia, Holding
Probate Court. No. 82,790, 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. C. T. A. on the estate
of Flora M. Gibson, late of the
District of Columbia, deceased. All
persons having claims against the
deceased are hereby warned to ex
hibit the same, with the vouchers
thereof, legally authenticated, to the
subscriber, on or before the 9th
day of November, A.D. 1953; other
wise they may by law be excluded
from all benefit of said estate. Given
under its hand this Bth day of May,
1953 UNION TRUST COMPANY
OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
By: MELVILLE W. STUART, Assist
ant Trust Officer. (Seal.) Attest: ;
THEODORE COGSWELL. Register of I
Wills for the District of Columbia.
Clerk of the Probate Court.
my19,26.je2 ___
M. F. MANGAN. Attorney,
1010 Vermont Ave. N.W.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing Probate Court. —No. 82.2,6. Ad
ministration. This is to Give No
tice: That the subscriber, of the
District oi Columbia has obtained
; trim the Probate Court of the Dis
trict of Columbia. Letters Testamen
tary on the estate of Elizabeth
O'Neil, otherwise known as Elizabeth
O'Neill, late of the District of Co
lumbia, deceased. All persons hav
ing claims against the deceased are
hereby warned to exhibit the same,
with the vouchers thereof, legally
authenticated, to the subscriber, on
or before the 9th day of November,
A.D. 1953: otherwise-they may by
law be excluded from all benefit ol
said estate. Given under my hand
this Bth day of May. 1953. ANN
M. CRUMP. 1367 Independence Ave.,
S.E. (Seal.) Attest: THEODORE
COGSWELL. Register of Wills for
the District of Columbia, Clerk of
the Probate Court. my!9.26-je2 _
JOHN J. WILSON. Esq.
815 15th St. N.W.
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
Court for the District of Columbia,
j Holding Probate Court ln the
Matter of The Estate of CA6TENZO
NICHOLETTO, otherwise known as
! Costanza Micheletto and as Con
stanzo Micheletti, Deceased.—Ad
ministration No. 78,858. —ORDER j
OF PUBLICATION.—Letters of Ad-,
ministration upon all the estate of ]
Castenzo Nicholetto, otherwise known: i
as Costanza Micheletto and as Con-;
stanzo Micheletti late of the District:-
of Columbia deceased, having been
granted herein unto John J. Wilson
on the 31st day of December, 1951.
and no distribution having as yet
been made of the said estate, and
It appearing to the Court from the
petition of said Administrator, filed
the 9th day of March. 1953. for
plenary proceeding to determine
domicile and identity of next-of
kin of said Castenzo Nicholetto,
otherwise known as Costanza Miehel
etto and as Constanzo Micheletti,
that it Is impossible for the said
Administrator to determine who are .
the parties entitled to participate ;
In said estate, and likewise to com
pute the amount distributable to
any of the next-of-kin until each
of said next-of-kin is ascertained,
and the domicile of the deceased
ascertained, and this Court by its
order dated the 20th day of March.
1953. having held and directed that
the said petition and the proceed
ing to be taken thereon shall be
deemed a plenary proceeding within
the meaning of Section 19-311 of
the District of Columbia Code
(19611 and the usual process of
this Court having Issued pursuant
to said order -commanding all the
parties of interest in said estate as
hereinafter set forth to appear in
this Court, holding Probate Court,
and answer the exigencies of the
said petition, which said process has
been duly returned "not to be
found” as to the hereinafter named
persons, and It having been shown
by affidavit filed herein that the
hereinafter named persons are non
residents of the District of Colum
bia. and it appearing, for lack of
any contrary showing, that the un
known parties herein are also non
residents of the District of Colum
bia. It Is this 14th day of May,
1953. ORDERED that Alessandretti.
Anna, (born Spagnola) Sampeire
(Cuneo). Italy; Bigllone. Anna, Ven
asca (Cuneo). Italy: Biglione, Gio
vanni. Venasca (Cuneo). Italy: Big
lione. Giuseppe. Venasca (Cuneo).
Italy: Bigllone, Margherita. Venasca
(Cuneo). Italy; Biglione. Lucia. Ven
asca (Cuneo). Italy; Bigllone. Pietro.
Venasca (Cuneo). Italy; Biglione.
Teresa. Venasca (Cuneo). Italy:
Bodrero. Lucia. Fraspino (Cuneo),
Italy; Dovo. Caterina Fraspino (Cu
neo). Italy: Dovo. Giovanni. Fras
pino (Cuneo). Italy: Dovo. Mar
gherita. Fraspino (Cuneo). Italy;
Garnero, Domenico, Fraspino (Cu
neo'. Italy: Garnero, Simone. Fras
pino (Cuneo), Italy: Isoardi. Gio
vanni. Venasca (Cuneo). Italy: Iso
ardi. Spirito, Venasca (Cuneo), Italy:
Nello, Anna Maria. Sampeire (Cu
neo). Italy: Nello. Cecilia Anna.
Sampeire (Cuneo). Italy: Nello. Ma
ria Teresa. Sampeire (Cuneo). Italy:
Nello. Pietro Antonio. Sampeire
(Cuneo). Italy: Serre, Domenico.
Fraspino (Cuneo), Italy: Serre. Mad
dalena. Fraspino (Cuneo). Italy:
Spaenolo, Antonio. Sampeire (Cu
neo'. Italy: Spaenolo. Pietro. Sam
peire (Cuneo). Italy: if living and
otherwise their unknown issue, and
all unknown next-of-kin of Castenzo
Nicholetto. otherwise known as Cos
tanza Micheletto and as Constanzo
Micheletti. deceased, and Mello A.;
Tontni. 'Des Moines. lowa, and all!
other persons having or claiming to
have any rieht. title or interest in \
or to said estate be. and they are;
hereby commanded to appear In this
Court on the Ist day of September,!
1953. to answer said petition under :
oath and to show cause, if any they;
have, why they severally have or;
claim to have anv Interest In said
estate, or any rieht to any dls-;
tributtve share out of said estate.;
and what the domicile of the de-1
cedent was. and why %he prayers of;
said petition should not be granted i
and a Master appointed as therein -
prayed provided a copy of this
order be published In The Evening;
Star and the Washington Law Re- •.
porter twice a month for three con
secutive months before the return!
day herein mentioned, the first of |
said publications to be not less than;
90 days before said return day.;.
ALEXANDER HOLTZOFF. Judge. ,
(Seal.) A true copy. Attest: MEL
VIN J. MARQUES. Deputy Register:
of Wills for the District of Colum
bia. Clerk of the Probate Court.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT j
for the District of Columbia. Hold- 1
lng Probate Court.—No. 82.889
Admn. (S.E.)—This Is to Give No-,
tlce: That In accordance with the
Act of June 24. 1949, 81st Cong.;
(Pub Law 127). the subscriber has
applied to the Probate Court of;
the District of Columbia for a
settlement of the small estate
(under 5560 In value) of Joseph -
Kenneth Woodfleld. late of the •
District of Columbia, deceased. All
persons having claims against the
deceased are hereby warned to
exhibit the same, with the vouchers,
I thereof, legally authenticated, to;
the subscriber, on or before the
29th day of June. A.D. 1953; other-;
wise they may bv law be excluded
from all benefit of said estate.)
Given under my hand this 25th day:
of May. 1953. (8.) EARL W. WOOD-:
; FIELD. 5201 New Hampshire ave .
: N.W.. Washington, D. C. (Seal )
Attest: EDITH L. DAWSON. Deputy
j Register of Wills for the District
of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate l
! Court. my2fi
LEGAL NOTICES (CowM
*A"EROW * KAMEROW, Attorneys.
1010 Vermont Aye., N.W.
Washington fi. D. C.
IN THE MUNICIPAL COURT FOR
the District of Columbia, civil
R rnn° n puPn a ,yi d 8 ' Bir ?i* »hd Max
Biion. Plaintiffs, vs. Mrs Walter
W „ Fuller. Defendant“lcase No
M 28603-62,—ORDER OF PUBLI
CATION-ABSENT DEFENDANT-
The object of this suit is to en
'av,nd‘^ds^len I< K and
for, * chn l? nt - On motion of the
plaintiffs, it is this Bth dav of
! May. 1953, Ordered that the de
; fendant. Mrs. Walter W. Fuller,
! cause her appearance to be en
tered herein on or before the for-
I tleth day. exclusive of Sundavs and
legal holfdavs. occurring after the
day of the first publication of this
; order; otherwise the cause will be
, preceeded with as in case of de
fault. Provided a copy of this
order be published once a week for
; three successive weeks in the Wash
ington Law Reporter and The
: Washington Star before said day
! (S.l AUBREY B. FENNELL. Judge,
iSeal,! A true copy. Test: WALTER
F. BRAMHALL. Clerk. Bv WILLIAM
: M. NEDROW. Chief Deputy Clerk.
; mv!2.19.26
! JOS. G. BUTTS, Jr., Attorney.
Commonwealth Bldr.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
: for the District of Columbia. Hold
ing Probate Court.—No. 81.308,
! Administration.—This is to Give
Notice: That the subscriber, of the
State of North Carolina has ob
tained from the Probate Court of
thte District of Columbia. Ancil
lary Letters Testamentary on the
estate of Leila 8. Aliev, late of the
State of North Carolina, deceased.
All persons having claims against
deceased are hereby warned to ex
hibit the same, with the vouchers
thereof. legally authenticated, to
the subscriber, on or before the
9th day of November, A.D. 1963;
otherwise they may by law be ex
cluded from all benefit of said
estate. Given under my hand this
Bth day of May. 1953. R. F. SHAW.
Enfield, North Carolina. (Seal.)
Attest: THEODORE COGSWELL,
Register of Wills for the District
of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate
Court. my19,26,je2
HELP WANTED AGENCIES
BKKPRS. AND ACCOUNTANTS—We
specialize In these positions. ATLAS
1420 N. Y ave. n.w.. RE. 7-5767
CF UNEMPLOYED or wish a better
position. See Immediately GRACE
DUNN. 1311 O st. (RE. 7-2828)
HOTEL AUDITORS, day and eve
nings; clerks, credit col. men See
Mr. Money at BOYD'S, cor. G and
12th. NA. 8-2340
EXECUTIVE SECT.. 575 wk.. under
40, Capitol Hill Jr. stenog. MISS
YOUNG. 1311 G st. n.w., BT. 3-2664.
ACCTS. AND BKKPRS.
Acct. Office Mgr. To 5100 wk.
JRB. AND SEMI-BRB. FOR CPA's
Acct. 6-yrs. exper. $385
Bkkpr., apto exper 575 wk
Asst, bkkprs., several 566 up
Stock clerk, N.E. 566
Clerk-typist, B'/4 d 567.50
Messengers, 6 d . . S4O
1420 N. Y. AVE. N.W., RM. 506
ARLINGTON POSITIONS
POTOMAC EMPL., HRS.. 9 TO 8
2334 Wilson Blvd., Arl. JA. 7-1700
Bookkeeper SBO wk.
Collector-Credit man 575 wk.
Stenographer-typist S7O wk.
Miss Parker has dozens of openings.
GRACE DUNN
1311 O St. N.W. RE. 7-2828
Men and Women
CLERICAL, PROFESSIONAL,
SKILLED. UNSKILLED
Washington’s Newest and
Busiest Job Mart
METROPOLITAN
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
ATLAS, 1420 N. Y. AVE.
Secy*., stenogs.. bkprs., reepts.. typlat*.
file clerks, payroll clerks bkpg inch
opr*.. cashiers. PBX.opr*. other*.
1420 N Y AVE NW RM 506
TEACHERS
Social studies, science, math., com
mercial. home ec., library, phys. ed..
elementary; public and pvt. schools
and college positions; 53.000-55,500.
ADAMS TEACHERS AGENCY. 1341
G. RE. 7-3938. —26
HELP—MEN
ACCOUNTANT (jr.). some experl.
preferred for CPA office In Arling
ton. JA. 2-3421. —26
ACCOUNTING student or graduate,
to assist In office. Splendid oppor.
GI training program avail. See Mr.
Maloney. MALONEY’S. INC., 8126
Ga. ave.. Silver Spring, Md. —3O
Accounting Student
To work In accountant's office on
part-time basis: good opportunity
offered to ambitious person. Ad
dress Box 477-J, Star. —26
ADDRESSOGRAPH OPERATORS
We need several men with or with
out experience, for addressing work;
tmmed. openings: perm.; air-cond.
bldg., mod. cafeteria: 40-hr. 6-day
wk , liberal vacation and sick leave.
Interviews 8:30 am. to 4:30 p.m.
Personnel Office. NATIONAL GEO
GRAPHIC SOCIETY. 3rd and R
sts. n.e. —3O
! AD AGENCY
COPYWRITER WANTED
'Seasoned, versatile, articulate, non
tempermental, with a capacity for
bright ideas, and a clipping book to
prove it. Phone DI. 7-7400 fori
appt. HENRY J. KAUFMAN k !
ASSOCIATES. —26
ADVERTISING AGENCY
PRODUCTION MAN
For fast-moving agency; pleasant
working conditions: must be expe
reinced. EX. 3-6921. TED SHANE
AGENCY. —3l
AIR COND. MECHANIC
Man familiar with Phllco and other
popular brands of window model air
conditioners. Must have exper. with
casement Installations and general
service procedure. SIOO for 6 days:
transp. furnished. Call MR. SMITH.
AP. 7-3322 or WA. 7-7309. —2B
ASSISTANT
MANAGERS
For Restaurant Business
IMMEDIATE OPPORTUNITY FOR
RIGHT MEN IN RAPIDLY
EXPANDING ORGANIZATION
The "right” men must have
had some experience In the
food business . . be willing
to start on the night shift
... be ready to step Into a
manager's job as the oppor
tunities come up ... be
under 35 yrs. of age . , no
physical disabilities . . b*
a high school graduate.
We offer advanced fringe benefits,
plus special training which will
nelp you advance.
Send resume to Box 289-E, Btar.
—26
ASSISTANT MANAGER
RARE OPPORTUNITY
For ambitious. capable
young man with an estab
lished finance to. Has open
ing for full asst, to the mana
ger in new office. The duties
of this position cover all
Cses of the finance business
interviews, passing on
credits, and collection work.
Rarely does such an oppor.
arise for a young man to ex
ercise the full scope of his
capabilities in a most inter
esting and varied work, while
at the same time, acquire of
an industry where there are
many openings at the top
levels and where his service*
are always in demand; fur
thermore. the pay is good,
with paid vacations, company
bonus and other company
benefits. Exper. nee. but not
essential. Phone Mr. Stewart
for appt. CALVERT CREDIT
CORP- AP. 7-1800. —29
ASSISTANT FARTS MANAGER—One
with Nash experience preferred but
; not essential; good working condi
tions; 6-day wk.: holidays with pay;
1 health insurance: good steady em
! plovment; chanca for advancement.
Must, be honest, reliable and sober,
i Apply immediately to Dick Ganoe.
! NASH ARLINGTON CORP., 2015 N.
Moore st., Arlington. Va. JA. 8-3030.
j =L-9
ASST. ROOM CLERK
Exper. pref.. but not nec. Apply to
Mr. Wathey. betw. 9 a.m. and 5
p.m. RALETOH HOTEL OPERAT
; ING CO., 12 and Penna. ave. w.
; AUDIT CLERK
: For clerical work In our sales audit
dept. Ability to use adding machine
helpful. Excel, opportunity for 10-
; bltlous young man. Apply
Peoples Drug Stores, Inc.
i Employment Office, 77 P St. N.E.
I AUTOMOBILE
AS6IBT. SALESMANAGER
; Large Chevrolet dealer offers an
i excellent opportunity to an experi
! meed, aggressive man qualified in:
automobile sales work. Must have
a knowledge of passenger cars and
trucks as well as being able to l
aipraise used cars. In reply state;
age. family status, education and
give full details of experience. All;
replies will be treated confidentially.;
Our organization knows of this ad
Address Box 176-J, Star.
AUTO GLASS MEN (2). exper., good
pay; s'i-day wk. STANDARD AUTO
GLASS 624 N n.w,. HU. 3-5577.—26
AUTO LUBRICATION MAN. experi
enced. to handle lubrication rack
only. Good salary. Apply LEE PER
SHING ESSO. 2300 No. Pershing dr..
Arl- JA. 7-7707. —29 j
AUTOMOTIVE MACHINISTS i
Good salary and excel, working con- 1
: dltions: state experience. Box 146-
' O. Star, —26 ;
AUTO MECHANIC: 60-50 basis: ex
perienced in front-end alignment
work. Men make between ss.con
and $6 000 a year. Apply LEE 1
PERSHING ESSO, 2300 No Per
shing dr.. AxImJA. 7-7707. —29
When answering Mittrtiumentt
addressed to Star boss*, do MOT
inclou original reference*, photo- '
graphs or other material* ol per
sonal Paine. Copies sere* the par.
pot* and original* map gat lost.
L—LL!_U 1
HELP MEN (Cor».)
AUTO MECHANIC, to work In mod
ern shop; twin-post lifts; all latest
tools; paid vacations and holidays:
excel, opportunity for good man.
Sr* Mr. Dennison. TRIANGLE .
MOTORB. 3010 R. I. are. n.e. —29
4UTO MECHANIC, white, sober, ex
perienced on all makes; steady, In
side work. 5-day week, paid holi
days, must have own tools. 416
Morse st. n.e.. LI. 7-1082. —26
AUTO MECHANIC
Top nay for willing worker, eom
oany benefits. Experienced only.
!” U w refs ' Apply in person
to Mr. Mills or Mr. Herson.
MANHATTAN AUTO
[ KAISER FRAZER INC.
7th and R Sts. N.W. —3l
AUTO MECHANICS—Due to recent
building expansion program we
now have openings for 3 A-l me
chanics with good refs, and past
record: Chevrolet or Cadillac exper
• preferred but not essential. The ma
; jorlty of our shop men have been
. employed here over 6 yrs. There are
- many mechanics who have applied
: here in the past when additional
; help was not need: please do not
, hesitate to apply again. CHEVY
l CHABE MOTOR CO.. Mr. Dave Best
’ VI- „ * ve - Bethesda,
Md. Call OL. 4-6100 or JU. 9-5537.
—27
s AUTO MECHANICS, experienced, to
) work In Ford agency; excel, work
> mg conds.: paid holidays and va
cations. and manv other benefits.
; ?.? wen '. PALMER (Ford!
1 3110 Hamilton st. Hyattsville, Md.
! —26
i AUTO MECHANICS—We have several
openings for exper. Ford mechanics;
: permanent positions: excel, working
; oonds.; group hospitalization. Apply
• In person to Mr. Purchase. CHER
. NER MOTOR CO.. 1781 Florida ave.
n.w.. HO. 2-5000. —26
AUTO MECHANICS, for small wcll
' equlnped shop: $2 per hour, straight
l time. Apply MOORE'S AUTO SERV-
I ICE. 4.25 K st. n.w.. EX. 3-6786
or EM: 3-0880. off
t AUTO MECHANICS
AND TUNE-UP MEN
I Due to an increase service volume
, | we need additional mechanics. Ex-
I perlenced in Chrysler and Plymouth
repairs pref. but not nec. Ideal
r working conds., complete modern
3; shop with every type of equipment.
•' Our men average $l5O per week.
I flat rate 50-50, 6'/4-day week, plenty
of work. Paid vacation and holi
' days, hospitalisation and life ln
i surance. Only sober and experl-
I enced men need to apply. Bee Mr.
, Hendrix, service manner,
i AL’S MOTORS
) CHRYBLKR-PLYMOUTH DEALER
• 3910 Wilson Blvd. JA. 2-4100
. —26
AUTO METAL MAN
)
Unusual proposition for willing worker;
guaranteed salary, company bene
fits. vacation with pay: must b*
experienced and have reference.
Apply In person to Mr. Mills or Mr.
Herson.
MANHATTAN AUTO
KAISER-FRAZER, INC.
7th and R Bts. N.W. —26
Auto Parts Manager
Chrysler dealers want a man to op
erate laree and expanding parts
business: should be exper. In Chrys
ler parts and know how to organize
and run dept. Excel, opportunity for
man with ability. Good working con
ditions. vacations, holidays and in
surance. See Mr. Collins. ANACOS
TIA MOTOR CO.. INC.. 1708 Good
Hope rd, s.e,
AUTOMOBILE SALESMAN. As a result
of our tremendous growth, due to I
selling quality automobiles at the
lowest price in town, we are in
desperate need of 2 high-caliber
used car salesmen to handle the
influx of customers. We can’t use ‘
floaters, loafers, or men not eager
to make better than S2OO per wk. ,
Call in person at GRADY MOTORS.
Used Cars. Llncoln-Mercury Dealers.
7401 Wise ave., Bethesda, Md. No
phone calls please. —26
AUTOMOBILE SALESMAN to sell
complete line of Wlllys cars, trucks
and jeeps. Good oppor. for aggres
sive man. Demonstrator furn. Call ,
In person. GORDON BROS. MO
TORS, 3rd bet. L and M n.e. —2B
AUTOMOBILE SALESMAN for used
car lot, experience preferred, sal
ary and comm. Transportation fur
, nlshed. Apply D. C. CAR WHOLE
SALERS, 169 Florid* ave. n.e. —2B
AUTOMOBILE SERVICE SALESMAN
to supervise modern Inspection sta
tion and to write up repair orders
based on results of car inspection;
man needed must make clean ap
pearance and be capable of meeting
' the public. CHEVY CHASE MOTOR
CO., Mr Dave Bestpitch. 7725 Wls
ave., Bethesda, Md. Call OL. 4-6100
or JU. 9-5537 —27
AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE SALESMAN
—See Mr. Presgrave, service mgr.,
! OURSMAN CHEVROLET. 610 H
, st n.e. —27
' BAKER, familiar with Jew:sh-type
rye bread; good job. HOFBEHG
BAKERY. 7822 Eastern ave. n.w.
—2B
BAKER, familiar with Jewish type
i bread and rolls: good shop; good
npport.; good nay. Call for appt.,
; ALLEN PASTRY SHOP. JA. 2-4440.
—3l
' BARBER, white: 70% commission:
' no license required. Apply Bolling
1 Field Air Base —2B
BIBLE SALESPEOPLE—We have five
family bibles to sell. Average SIOO
weekly. College students and ichool
teachers may sell through the sum
mer months. For Interview, see MR.
ABESHAHEEN. Tues. and Wed. be
fore noon, at 930 F st. n.w.. Rm.
■ 307. —26
BOOKKEEPER—Experience In taso
line stations or automotive accessor
ies preferred; for Interview. Call
LU. 4-2042 after 7 D.m. —3o*
BOOKKEEPING MACHINE OPERA
TOR. accounts receivable. Allen
Wales Plural purpose machine. Ex
per. neces.. 6-day wk., hospitaliza
tion, paid .vacation and holidays.
See Mr. Maloney or Mrs. Mcßorie.
MALONEY'S. INC., 8126 Georgia
® v : e - Silver Spring. Md. —3O
BOOTBLACK, exper.: busy location,
w. M. & A. BUS DEPOT. 403 11th
st. n.w. •
BRICK CLEANER—AppIy on prem
ises. 2400 loth st. n.w.. or phone
DE. 2-0927. —27
BRICKLAYERS, must be lst-class:
long jobs. Aonly 6650 Ga. ave. and
37th and Anacostia rd. s.e., or
call ST. 3-0587. —27
BRICKLAYERS, open shop, white.
Call OL. 9-8921 after 6 p.m.
BARTENDER, must be large and able
to handle public, young and well
experienced, night work. HARMONY
RESTAURANT. 511 2nd st. n.e. LI.
4-1227 after 6 p.m. —3l
BULLDOZER OPERATOR for TRI4
Cable. Prefer man who can also
operate pan and bsekhoe. Call
after 6:30. JA. 2-0353.
BULLDOZER OPERATOR, for front
end loader: must be experienced,
steady and reliable; permanent job.
Columbia Pines subdivision, on Co
lumbia pike, between Bailey's Cross
roads and Annandale. —1
BUTCHER for week ends. 1 Kennedy
st. n.w.. TA. 9-6100. —2B
BUTCHER, experienced, for super
market: rood pay: fine working con
ditions. Apply FOOD TOWN. 3733
Kensington-Wheaton rd.. Kensing
ton. Md. —26
RT’TCHFR OR HELPER, exper : good
pay; sti-day week; refs. EMERSON
SUPER MARKET, 1209 13th n.w.
—27
BUTCHER-MEAT CUTTER •«- Exper..
reliable: excel, salary for sober man.
Apply 1906 7th st n.w. —26
CAB DRIVERS, colored. We will
teach you in a short time to secure
Identification card. Small deposit
required on cab. TAN TOP CAB
SCHOOL. 1731 Kalorama rd. n.w.
CO 5-7978 CO. 6-7735. —5
CARPENTERS, exper.: report to 3202
Winnett rd.. Chew Chase Manor or
9649 Bexhill dr.. Rock Crk. Hill. H
J. KORZENDORFER CO., INC. —2B
CARPENTERS Experienced; also
helpers. ECONOMY SIDING AND
ROOFING CO.. 2031 Rhode Island
ave. n.e. —2B
CARPENTERS. Ist class, exper. men
only: framers and finishers Apply
to ARNOLD CONSTRUCTION CO.
job. 7th and Chesapeake sts. s.e.
CARPENTERS (4). to subcontract
interior framing. See Mr. Gluts
on job. ST. 3-0505. Dirertlons:
Out Penna. ave. s.e. to Branch ave
s.e.. right on Branch ave.. cont
out Branch ave. extended to traffic
light at St. Barnabas rd., right on
St. Barnabas rd. tnprox. 1 ml. to
Esso station on right, turn right
to job.
CARPENTERS AND HELPERS
For new work; apt. project. Report
to CHARLEY DIXON. Wheeler rd.
and Wahler pi. s.e.
CARVER, experienced man. for cafe
teria: 8-hr. dav. no Sun. Call AD
2-9890: Bun . JA. 2-5711. —27
CASHIER ,
Must have hotel background, knowl
edge room clerk: good starting sal
ary. Call NA. 8-5185 bet. 9:30 and
1 P.m. —l_
CHAUFFECR-BrTLER. white or Fili
pino: pvt. family; refs. Call AD. 2-
4871. —27
CLOTHING AND HABERDASHERY 1
salesman, for nationally known
merchandise; attractive salary and
bonus deal to right man. Apply
In person only. THE QUALITY
SHOP. 3028 Wilson blvd., Arltn*-
1 ton. Va. —2B
COLLECTOR
Personable young man. 21-30 yrs. of
age to aid In collecting on small 1
: advertising accounts: 40-hr. wk..
planned salary advancement, gen
erous company benefits, ear fur-|
nished. Must know Wash, area.:
Clear traffic record and D. C. driv-;
ing permit are required. Apply!
Personnel. Room 605: open week
days. 8:30-5 and Sat.. 9-1. No 1
phone calls.
THE EVENING STAR
1101 Penna. Ave. N.W.
COLLECTORS ~~
We need full-time and part-time men i
to collect on Installment accounts:
1 we pay the highest wages In the <
i® nvns is,. um is?’
Hue—MIN I
COMPOSITOR, ndedlum-slze Job shop (
In Arlington, makeup of smaU pub
lications and lob work. Start at 585
wk.; 6-day wk All lnaulrles kept 1
in confidence. JA. 4-1899. —2B
CONCRETE FINISHER. lst-class ,
wan: year-’round work. Report to ’
Mr. Drummond, In Sumner. To
r *aoh: Out Massachusetts ave. %
JDi. beyond Westmoreland Circle
to the Sumner sign on vour left.
CONTACT MAN, 21-65
Neat appearing, accustomed to meet- 1
lng public: 6-hr. day; $75 wkly. to
'tart. Apply 10-2 p.m., Rm. 501.
710 14th st. n.w, —26
COOKS (Italian), for the ITALIAN
VHAA RESTAURANT. Salary open
for the right men. 668 Montgomery
' f , v Alex Va. See MR. PILLA. mer.,
OV. 3-1923. 27
COOK, exper.; must want steady
Job: excel, salary; vac. with pay.
Apply In person. RED LOBSTER,
811 s. Washington st.. Alex., Va.
—2B |
COOK, white, short order, daywork.
Apply In person. BEACONS GRILL.!
638 N. Capitol st. —2B
COUNSELOR for private school and
;ummer day camp: exper. necessarv: !
June lS through Aug. 15. Call JA.
8-1300. 9 to 5. —3l j
COUNTERMAN— Must be experl- I
enced; 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. daily, 4
p.m. to 12 p.m. Sat., no Sundays;'
'‘art. Apply 1203 RES
TAURANT. 120$ Penna. ave. n.w. ,
CREDIT—COLLECTION!
CLERK
Good steady position, pleasant sur
roundings, good starting salary.
MARVIN'6. 734 7th st, n.w. —26
CREDIT MANAGER'S ASSISTANTS
(2). for retail clothing store; perm
anent positions; salary open. Apply
737 7th st. n.w. —27
DAIRY FARM ASST. Live on farm:
married man pref. Call MR. HOW
ARD, Crescent 441-J. after 6 p.m.
—2B
DAIRYMAN, married man with small
family or single, capable of run
ning 40-cow barn: house, bonus,
good salary: exper. only. Galthcrs
burg 760-M. —26 I
DANCE TEACHERS
(10) Young men. ages 21-30 to teach
ballroom dancing: exper. desired, but |
not neces. Training given at no
cost: excel, sal. and oppor. for ad- 1
vancement. Apply In person. 1-6
p.m. 502 13th st.. n.w. DON MAR
TINI DANCE STUDIOS.
DEBIT MEN—Experienced debit men
to handle old established debits;
guaranteed S9O per week plus bonus.
Experienced builders guaranteed S6O
per week salary plus 70% commis
sions plus $4 for every $1 written:
only those with good previous rec
ords need apply. For appointment,
call KI. 9-3580. —2B
DENTAL TECHNICIANS—Waxer for
vltalllum dept.; exper. asst, for fixed
bridge dept.; excel, oppor. RYNEX
k SAXON. 1027 19th it. n.w. —26
DISHWASHER WANTED—CURVE-IN
RESTAURANT. 1000 V st. n.w. —27
DRAFTSMAN—LAYOUT
Ar* you in a rut or at a dead end?
If you have had at least 2 years ex
perience In layout and design of
precision mechanisms you ar* miss
ing a bet If you don’t come see us.
Knowledge of BuOrd specs desirable.
Exceptional opportunity In our mod
ern alr-conditloned plant. Unusual
benefits PLUS unusual profit-sharing
plan.
AHRENDT INSTRUMENT CO.
4910 Calvert Rd
College Park. Md. UN. 4-5678
DRIVER, white, reliable man. WOOD
LEY FLOWER SHOP. 3502 Conn,
ave., WO. 6-5747. 9 to 6 p.m.
DRUG CLERK, for evening shift: ex
perience and references required.
Apply MERIDIAN HILL DRUG
STORE. 2601 16th st. n.w. !
DRUG CLERK, youns man. perma
nent employment: 48-hour week.
Apply In person. Z. D. GILMAN.
627 Pa. ave. n.w. —29 I
DRUG AND CIGAR CLERK, exper )
only; ref.; 3 eves, and alt. Sundays.:j
Apply in -erson, CHASTLETON!
PHARMACY, 16th and R n.w. See
Mr. Goldman. —29
DRUG CLERK
Good position for experienced and
capable man. SHEPHERD PARK 1
PHARMACY. 7723 Ga. ave. n.w.
DRY CLEANING - " -
Plant Superintendent
A modern completely equipped syn
thetic plant catering to a very good
class of people needs a superin
tendent capable of supervising the
complete operation of the plant and
also must be a first-class spotter.
Excellent salary and working con
ditlons. Reply to Box 126-G, Star.
ELECTRICIAN, jobbing and appli
ance Installation work; car fur
nished: must have D. C. Journey
man’s card. DOWD'S ELECTRIC
CO.. 4418 Conn. ave. —26
ELECTRICIANS, exper. on old and
new work and motor work; Dis
trict license: steady job and good
pay. Apply In person, 1243 H st. n.e.
LI. 7-8200. 8-9 a m.. 4-6 p.m. —2B
ENGINEER, Sth-class. colored, for
downtown apt.-office bldg.: good sal
ary and quarters; no drinkers. OL.
4- —3l
ENGINEER
ELECTRICAL
Permanent, full-time position open
for an electrical engineer with ex-;
perience or a recent graduate. Apply
In person, personnel office.
AMERICAN
INSTRUMENT CO. j
8030 Georgia Ave.. Silver Soring. Md.
—26
ENGINEER
Are you the man? A graduate en
gineer preferably with experience
In heating development work? A
man who appreciates the oppor
tunity of doing Individual research
and development work . . . and is'
looking for a permanent position
with a well-established firm . . ,j
In a modern, well-equipped lab. . . .
on projects having both defense
and civilian applications? Write
our Chief Engineer. D. L. Wooden, i
Give him background. Let him
arrange an Interview.
Fluid Heat Division
ANCHOR POST
PRODUCTS, INC.
151 North Haven Street
Baltimore 24, Maryland
—26 I
ENGRAVING
MACHINE
OPERATOR
Experienced for Cutting
Metal Stencils and
Engraving
48-Hour Week
Many Employe Benefits
Air-Conditioned Bldg.
Apply In Person
Monday Through Friday
8 A M. to 4 P.M.
MELPAR, INC.
The Research Laboratory
OP
WESTTNGHOUS* AIR BRAKE CO.
440 SWANN AVE.
IAT JEFFERSON DAVIS HWY.)
ALEXANDRIA. VA.
““ESTIMATOR””
EXPERIENCED ON REINFORCED *
! CONCRETE; MULTIPLE STORY
i ELEVATOR APT HOUSES AND OF
FICE BUILDINGS. APPLY
SHAPIRO
ENGINEERING CORPORATION
911 16th St. N.W.. ME. 8-1717
—26
EVENING ASST. MANAGER, parkins
garage: 26 to 40: white, sober, ex-,
perlenced driver Call RE. 7-4600
(garage). Leave phone number. —26
FOUNTAIN MAN. colored, exper.;
pleasant work and hours; good sal.
SIMPSONS PHARMACY, 7th and
R. I. n.w.
FOUNTAIN MGR., exp . at Carrier
Drug. Bethesda. Call MR. CARRIER.
OL. 4-5900. —26
FOUNTAIN MANAGER wanted. Nice,
clean shop in Arlington: good op- .
portunlty: good salary. Call JE. ,
5- Ask for Mr. Milt. —3l i
FURNITURE FINISHER and repair
man, with driver's license; expert-!
enced only. Apply 3135 V st. n.e.. i
MR. ANTHONY, in the morning. 8!
'til noon. —2B !
FURNITURE SALESMEN, experienced,
i Salary. S6O weekly, plus good com
-1 mission; paid vacation, steady posi-
I tion all year MY FRIEND JOHN
I ATLAS FURNITURE, 921 G st. n.w..
DI 7-3737. Washington. D. C.: and
89 No. Glebe rd., JA. 8-6814, Arl.,!
Virginia ,
Furniture Salesman
, Experienced. Salary and commission.
. Vacation with pay. Permanent
! position GRAND UNION EQUIP
MENT CO., 1516 14th st. n.w.
! —29
GAS STATION ATTENDANT, exper..
sober, ref. Apply in person. COS
i TOS GULF SERVICE. 3401 Banning
rd. n.e. —27
GAS STATION MAN —Character most
important. SWAN'S SUNOCO SERV-'
‘ ICE. 6450 Georgia art. n.w.
HELP—MEN ’
GROCERY—Fancy and fresh fruit
mgr.. 5100 wk. State age and ex
j>er. Box 4P3-J. Star. —26
GROCERY CLERK. experienced:
driver’s license: good salary; ref
erences required. LU. 1-9842. —2B .
GROCERY CLERK—Mu?W be experl- (
enced all-round man; good pay. Ap
ply DOMINION FOOD STORE, Lee
hwy. at Glebe rd„ Arl., Va.. or coll (
JA. 7-2933. —26
GROCERY CLERK, all around, with l
D.C. permit. Apply in person. KASS
; MARKET. 1235 W st. n.w.
HANDYMAN AND COOK Room. 1 1
board and salary. Apply In person!
after 6 p.m. CLUB LaCONGA. |,
9412 Baltimore Blvd., College Pk., 1
Md. —1
HARDWARE CLERK, to fill orders
and assist in stockroom: aggressive:
driver's license essential. Apply ,
ATLANTIC ELECTRIC SUPPLY 1
CORP., 3726 loth st. n.e.. Mr.
Malickson. —29
HOD CARRIERS, experienced, for ,
Plastering; long job. Cali WE. 5-
i 4500. l !
;HOD CARRIERS (10)—Top wages
; with steady work. Report to Mr.
! Jackson. Out Wis. ave., left on
Bradlev blvd. to Chevy Chase dr. -
and left to job. ALDON CON
; faTRUCTION CO.. INC. —27
I- B. M. SUPERVISOR—Fihe oppor- I
j tunity for young, ambitious man,
i with ability to assume responsible j
! RX) previous supervisory exper. not
an absolute necessity; however, ap
! Phcant must be technically quall
| fled, not over 35 and draft ex
! enipt: salary open. Apply Personnel
j Office. EQUITABLE LIFE INSUR
ANCE CO.. 81H 14th st. n.w, —C7 j
IBM ELECTROMATIC
Proportional Spacing ,
Machine Typist
For publication work. Excellent op
portunity for accurate operator.
Salary commensurate with ability.
Corvey Engineering Co.
Call ME. 8-6913 —26),
INSTALLER—For aluminum awning i
and storm windows: must be reli
able. have own transportation and!
tools: excellent pay and steady work.'.i
Apply in person. 8 am. to 9 a m.
! KOOLVENT OF WASHINGTON. 5505
! Georgia ave n.w —29
INSTALLERS, storm windows, exper.
not nec.; high salary, year-around
j work; refs, required Apply week
' days. CAPITAL SUPPLY CO.. 802!
Constitution ave. n.e. at Bth and
1 Mass, ave. n.e. —2B i
INVENTORY
CLERICALS
FOR TEMPORARY WORK
FOR A COUPLE OF WEEKS
STARTING JUNE 1
APPLY
WOODWARD
& LOTHROP
Main Building
Employment Office
9th Floor
During Regular Store Hours
JANITOR, night, colored, middle aged, I
single, without family; reliable, non
! drinking: salary and quarters. Call
I MRS. LONG. NO. 7-4059, 1921
i Kalorama rd. n.w. —27
JANITOR, colored, live in, gober, re-
I liable oil burner exper. nec. Call
ST. 3-4567. bet. 10 and 4. —2B
JANITOR, colored. sth-elass license,
for apt. bldg.; must he sober and
reliable. Cal! LI. 3-3750. Efficiency
quarters available. —3
JANITOR, colored: 43-unit apt.; ,
stoker; married; no children; gen- '
eral maintenance; local reference;
i salary and apt. TA. 9-8782. —2B
JANITOR, part time, colored, mar
ried: no cnildren; stoker, simple
repairs: small apt. bldg.: apt., utils.
Apply MGR., 1882 Columbia rd. n.w.
9 to 12 a.m. —27
JANITORS, hallmen. day and night
workers: some quarters; steady work
for steady men. OL. 6-6840, 7 p.m.-
9 p.m. —3l
LARORERS—Top wages with steady
work. Report to Mr. Plumer. Out
Wis. ave., left on Bradley blvd .
right on Strathmore to corner of
Wellington dr. ALDON CONSTRUC
TION CO., INC. —27
LABORERS, construction exper., lge.
apt. project: see SUPT. on tob.
Wheeler rd. and Wahler pi. *.e.
LARORERS (4). lone job. See Mr.
Gillls on Job. Directions: Out
Penna. ave. s.e. to Branch ave. i t ,
right on Branch ave , cont. out
Branch eve. extended to traffic,
light at St. Barnabas rd., right on i
St Barnabas rd. approx. 1 ml. to!
Esso station on right, turn right!
to Job.
LAW STUDENT to do clerical mimeo
graphing and messenger work in!
law office. Salary open and depend- 1
ent upon prior office experience, j
Reply giving age. experience and
salary expected. Box 84-H, star.
LIFE INSURANCE
Married man. 23-42. wanted for ez-'
i tabllshed debit. Starting salary $65
per wk. with sick leave, vac. with!
I pay free lnsur. Average earninßs
j in District $lO4 per wk. Apply Sun
] Life Ins. Co. of America. 1010 Ver
i mont ave N W., NA. 8-9100.
! —3l
LIQUOR STORE CLERK, part time,
3 or 4 eves, weekly; local ex
perience required. Call MH. ARON.
NA. 8-7658. —27
LUBKICIATION MAN. experienced
only: excellent working conditions,
good pay, 5-day week, paid vacation,
hospitalization and Insurance. See
Mr. Reeder, McKEE PONTIAC. 1828
L st. n.w. —27
MACHINIST
INSTRUMENT MAKERS
Immediate openings for permanent I
jobs for qualified men. Excellent]
■ opportunity, paid hospitalization
and vacations. Apply BOWEN k
i CO.. 4712 Bethesda »ve., Bethesda,;
•Md, —3O
MAINTENANCE MAN, white; exper.;
refs, nec.; perm, job In new housing
development. KI. 8-6600. —2B
MAINTENANCE MAN. white, for fi
acre project; bet. 25-45. married,
no children. Must be sober, in
dustrious and willing to take an
interest In work. Able to repair
plumbing, elec, fixtures and lights,
some carpentry, clean halls, cut
grass, take care of heating system.
S4O per wk. plus nice 2-bedrm. ant. i
AP. 7-1544. 4317 Rowalt dr.. Col
lege Park. Md. —1
MAINTENANCE MAN. white, single,
garden, lawn, general repair!. Life
home to good sober man. JE. 2-1354,
•MAINTENANCE MAN
White, for market bldg., familiar
with gen. maintenance. Phone BT.
3-8932. ■ —26
MANAGER TRAINEES
Have openings for voung men In
terested in making a career In the;
Consumer Finance Field. Late model
auto necessary: excellent, starting'
salary dUis car allowance. Aoplv,
MUTUAL LOAN CO.. 3210 R I.
ave.. Mt. Rainier. Md. —27
MEATCX'TTEr wanted, week ends
only. Apply in person. SANFORD’S
MARKET. 233 Uoshur st, n.w. —3O
MEATCUTTERS
Exper.; salary according to exper:
paid vacation, sick benefits, nleas.
working conds. in airi-cond. stores.
Apply in person. FOOD TOWN, INC .
414 12th st. g.w. Mr. Ktndig. —3O
MECHANIC for field repair of major
appliance. Good working conditions
and excellent opportunity. AH em
ploye benefits incl. vecatlon. hos
pitalization. sick leave, pension, etc.
Call Mr. Shallow at GE SUPPLY
CO.. HU. 3-6800. —26
MECHANICS
CRAFTSMEN Subcontrac
tors—Progressive home build
ing. home equip, mfg. inter
ested in all types trades and
light mfgrs. To perform or
zubcontract variety of Item!
we hold patents on. Top pay
for top performance. Year- '
'round work; unlimited oppor
tunity to pjogress. Economic
independence and aecurity.
! Box XO3-H, Star.
"NEGATIVE STRIPPERr
Experlenced in commercial offaet:
I steady work. 40-hour week, paid va
cation: air-conditioned office. CO
LUMBIA SALES k SERVICE. INC..
; 2035 K st. n.w. —29
NIGHT GRILL COOK
IN NEARBY VIRGINIA. Telephone;
Crescent 563. between 9 a.m and
5 pm. Ask for MR. WEIMER. |
—27
NIGHT WATCHMAN; must have ref
erergees. Apply personnel office.
MERIDIAN HILL HOTEL. 2601
16th st. n.w. —2B
OFFICE CHIEF
Must be able to assume managerial l
responsibilities in 6 mo*.: chemical
experience required: good future.
' Bethesda. OL. 4-3400. —26 _
OFFICE CLERK. young man under ■
i 22. single, draft-exempt, h. *. grad-
I uete: some typing required. Apply
Room 300. Personnel Office EQUIT
ABLE LIFE INS. CO.. 816 Jgth
~OFFICErTRAINEE
GOODYEAR
Needs capable young man to train '
for office manager assignment in
retail store. Commercial educ. re- ]
qulred. Excel, oppor for man look
ing for secure future with good
pav Must be able to relocate at
our expense after training. Apply ,
H. P. Fehler.
GOODYEAR SERVICE !
OFFSET PRESSMAN. 17*22 HorrU.
Top quality work. Year-Touna.
0147
THE EVENING STAR
Washington, D. C.
TUESDAY. MAY 26. 1953 '”
HELP—MIN
OIL BURNER MECHANIC to gervlc*
and clean burners (white). Must
have car. AP. 7-7836. —2B
ORDERLY, white, /or nursing hornet
live in. LO. 5-0872. —3O
PAINTERS (2)—Sober and expert*
enced only. Call after 6. JU. 9-4771.
PAINTERS wanted: first class Com* '
! to 1522 Newton st. n.w., 7:30 am.;?
1 ready for work.' —27 * •
PAINTERS WANTED—Ist class ontv
with c»r, sl6 per day. Steady work.- -
Apply DiLWOOD HOMES. 82nd
ave.. District Heights. 7:15 a.m.
—29
PAINTERS—For Inside work. Steady
employment; salary. sl2 per day.
See CHIEF ENGINEER. 2800 Quebea
PAINTERS WANTED—Ist-clasT me- ■-
i chanlcs who can furnish referenc*
concerning reliability and honesty.
Family man with transportation
§ref. Wages 52.25 per hr. Phona
M. 2-1459 for Interview. —2B
PAINTERS
Experienced only. Apply JAFFEE, 911
13th st. n.w.
PARTS MAN Tor appliance porta
work. Good working conditions in
air-cond. bldg, nad excellent oppor
tunity. All employe benefits lncl.
vacation, hospitalization, sick leave,
pension, etc. Call' Mr. Shallow at :
GE SUPPLY CO.. HU. 3-6800. —2B
PHARMACIST Permanent position:
to work in modern alr-condttioned
store; excellent opportunity for ad
vancement. JU.7-7035. —27
PHARMACIST; permanent position}
modern, alr-conditloned drugstore.
Excellent opportunity for advance
ment. Call TA. 9-6161. between 9
and 5 p m. —27
PHARMACIST, full tlm*. exper.; cood
salary; good hours: to work betw. 2
stores. Apply DRUG LANE. 5928
Riggs rd.. Chillum. Md. AP. 7-9191.
PHARMACIST CARRIER DRUG.
, Bethesda—49-hr. week. 5120 plua
employes’ benefits. OL. 4-5900.
! MR. PLOTNER. —27
■ pharmacist —Full time, registered
In Maryland. Excellent pay. Bo*
1 254-G Star. —26
pharmacist, full tlm#: *pod_pay
; and working conditions. CAPITOL
' HEIGHTS PHARMACY. JO. 8-4777.
; —27
‘ PHARMACIST
Reg. In Md. or ellg. for reciprocity.
Int. in perm, pos.; excel, ealary,
bonus and comm.; pleai. working
conds. Apply Mr. Hodge. WHELAN
DRUG. 8T()1 Flower ave., Silver
Snrlng ; Md, —2B
PHOTO COUPON SALESMAN fivl
per sale. Travel, transp. furn. Ap
ply 711 14th gt. n.w.. Rm. 917.
Wash.. D C. •
PHOTO FINISHER, with equipment
and dark room: steady; good In
come. Box 231-J, Star.
PLASTERERS—PIrst-claz*. whit* me
chanics only; plenty of work. Call
? Webster 6-4600. —1
3 PLUMBERS AND HELPERS wanted!
top pay: only eteady workers need
apply. N. F. BRIGGS. 9204 Balti
more bird.. College Park. Md. Ap
ply 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekday*.
PLUMBING AND HEATIN(3
FOREMAN
Severe’ needed. Experienced In opt.
Sroject work. Steady position*.
alary open. Call CO. 5-4802 fat
appointment. —B7
PORTER, nlghtwork. Mutt be re
liable. SMITH PHARMACY. 251 t
PottTE&DItIVEB, colored, over tl.
familiar with Ch. Ch. or**. HXO
; GER'S DRUG. 5017 Conn, avo^n.w.
PORTER, full time, liquor stortl
good salary, good tip*- ride bicycle:
D. C. permit. RED tOP LIQUOR
STORE. 2013 14th «t. n.w -27
. PORTERS—Military District of W*ah
lngton Exchange ha* opening* for
I porters at Fort Myer, V*.: 13 day*
annual leave, sick leave, croup hos
pitalization. other employe benefit*.
Apply Personnel Office, Bldg. 313.
North Post, Fort Myer. —26
PORTERS
Permanent positions. In Alexandria
Laboratory. References required. Ex
cellent employe benefits.
Apply in Person
Monday Through Friday
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
MELPAR, INC.
The Research Laboratory
OF
WEBTINGHOUSE AIR BRAKE CO.
44 0 SWANN AVE.
(AT JEFFERSON DAVIS HWY.!
ALEXANDRIA. VA.
jg
> PORTERS—YARDMEN'
t For large apartment development,
| Apply BUCKINGHAM COMMUNITY,
. 4235 N. Pershing dr. (rear of pom
i! office). Arlington, Va. —56
- PRESSERS, exper. woof Good pay.
■! plenty year-round work. NEEDLES.
I 1333 Buchanan n.w. —2B*
PRINTER. 1 compositor. 1 presg
man. Kelly. Kluge, experience nec
essary. Apply in person. SERVTCB
PRINTING CO., 2110 14th at. n.w.
—2B
. REAL ESTATE SALESMEN—Expert’
i enced »nd Inexperienced; full orpirl
i time: 60% comm. Call now iot
i appointment. JOHN ALDEN, JA. 7-
■ 0283. —27 '
REFRIGERATION SERVICE and al*
conditioning Installation men; also
helpers; top oav: year-around work.
BRAY k SCARFF SALES. INC..
1211 Tuckerman st. n.w. —2B
i REFRIGERATION
MECHANIC *-
COLONIAL ICE CREAM CO.
) So. Capitol and E St*. S.E.
—29 :
Restaurant Manager
! Must be experienced, to run lart*
I drlve-in restaurant. References r#l
1 quired. Box: 36-J. Star. —2B.
;| ROOM CLERK
: For front office of lge. downtown bo
-1 tel. Applicant* must be thoroughly
exper. on busy desk and be able ta
furnish good refs.; good starting sal
ary. many empl. benefits.
Apply Personnel Office
AMBASSADOR HOTEL
1420 K St. N.W. ;
2nd Floor
ROUTE SALESMAN =
G. B. MACKE CORP.
For established cigarette vending
route; exceptional opportunity for r
man under 35 seeking permanent
position with established, expanding
firm; experience not necessarv. Good
salary with assured increase*, lib
eral family hospitalization. Insur
ance and vacation benefits. Inter
views. 9 *.m.-12 noon, or eve*, by
appointment.
THE O B MACKE CORP.
212 H St. NW. ST. 8-8200
—27 "
! SALESMAN Front-money deal; w*
,| train you and furnish leads; car
!; and telephone necessary; rommls
.! Sion sfino-$1.200 mo. Phone 1-8
: p.m. only. TU. 2-0245. —26
SALESMAN; part time: work own
hours; lighting field. OL. (1-7890,
or write Box 4124, Wash. 15. D C.
—27
; SALESMAN for men's furnishing*
dept. Experienced preferred. Local
re Is. WONDER CLOTHES. 937 F
st. n.w 26
, SALESMAN to sell Golden KeF
Homes. Good starting salary, plug
commission to follow. Contact MR.
i MONITTO. 1359 Conn. ave.. be
tween 2-5 pm. —27
, SALESMAN—SeII the 57 variety.
1 H. J. Heins Co. has an opening for
a salesman to call on the hotel,
restaurant and Institutional trad* >
In Washington. Salary, expenses
and commission. Must have car.
Age 23-38 Home every n’ght.
No lay-offs. A paycheck every
week. Write J. E HAMILTON. 201$
Bluerldte ave.. Silver Spring. Md..
giving age, education, previous work
experience and salary desired. —.37
SALESMAN, jewelry, for position la
well-established retail chain Jewelry
store, located In major North Caro
lina city. State age, qualification#
and experience |n flr*t letter. Reply
In strict confidence, to Box 266-0.
Star —26
SALESMAN for bakery truck: mu*|
have A-l references Apply CRUSTY
PIE CO.. 30 O n *. —1
SALESMAN; good man for tnsid*
store sales and outside calling oa
established customers. Apply to
MR. HERBERT. Wholesale-Retail
Div . 1496 H st. n.e. —27
. SALESMAN, with car. "Southern
Maryland area": lively personality,
well-ltked person; muit be resident
of Charles. St. Marys County or
North Beoch area; wholesale firm
selling supplies to every type retail
1 stores: very good salary and *x-
Senses paid. Write or wire st ones,
ox 329-J. Star. —27
SALESMAN Excellent opportunity
available for 2 men of good charac
ter. ambltloua and willing to lean*
salesmanship; we are an old-estab
lished company with 60 yri. experi
ence In manufacturing chain link
fences: men selected will have closed
territory, leads furnished and havg
: immediate commission income; muit
have car; married preferred. Call
Mr Baker. 9 am. to 5 pm., at LL
3-6660. ANCHOR FENCES. 1317
Half st. s.e —2B
SALESMAN-ASST. BUYER
FURNITURE
Exper., for Inside, modern air-eohd.
downtown store; perm position,
good hours; a terrific deal for »
man that knows his business. Bern
MR. SCHWARTZ. 414 10th st. n.w.
SALESMAN *
Direct selling, top com ms . rapid ad
vancement. Your own business with
no investment. Bl* leaguer* only.
Apply rm. 33. 17 Dupont Clr. —27
SALESMAN-MERCHANDISER —Young
man to promote nationally *dTff
tued fro*en foods locally. Car fur
ni'fced. Company benefit* Opportun
ity for advancement. Write Bag
1960. Alexandria. V*. giving safe
itlary desired, particular*. —27 f
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