The Evening Sun from Baltimore, Maryland on June 8, 1950 · 65
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The Evening Sun from Baltimore, Maryland · 65

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rr f ' ! i Former Baltimore Newsman Dies PIATH5 P1ATH5 ' Svecial to the , Evening Sun Philadelphia. June 8 Carl F. L. Zeisberg, 58, former Baltimore newspaper man and an editorial staff member of the Evening Buiie e ALL. On June 6. 1950. HENRY J. (HARRY), azed 58 years, beloved husband of Elizabeth L. Faul (nee Walters). Funeral from his late residence, 1600 East Twenty-ninth street, on Friday, at 3 P. M. Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery. 9e EAL'L. A special communication PMSONAtS fill! Arcana Lodge No. 110. A.F.& A.M.. will be held on Friday, June 9, 1950. at 2 PM. at the Masonic Temple, to attend the funeral services of our late brother. HARRY J. FAUL. PHILIP KRAMER. tin here for oyer 30 years, died of rAxHarmony K No 63 Daugh ters of America, regret to announce the death of a beloved member. HARRY J. FATJL. E. PETER. 8e Recording Secretary. MARINELLI. On June 8. 1950. RALPH. beloved husband of Mary F. Marlnelll (nee Barber). Funeral from his home, 2523 Garrett avenue, on Saturday at 8.30 A.M. Requiem Mass at St. Bernard's Church at 9 A.M. Interment In Holy Redeemer Cemeterv. 10 of I MIS KIEL. On June 5. 1950, VERONICA. wife of the late uominac PlBSOWAtS IF YOU WANT GOOD JOB a heart attack late yesterday in Pennsylvania Hospital. A native of Missouri, Mr. Zeis-J burg attended the University of! Virginia, where the dog cartoons Ifalx. The Baltimore Fire officers as- of our brother. HENRY J. (HARRY) PAUL. GRASON R. STANDIFORD. 9e President FLECK. On June 6, 1950. LOUISA, of 310 South Payson street, beloved daughter of the late Emmanuel and Marie Fleck. Funeral services will be at the he contributed to undergraduate and alumni publications then and later have become a university tradition. On Sun Staff In 1913 He began his newspaper career with the Baltimore Sun in 1913 ana a year later worked for the Evening Ledger here before serving with the Army in World War I. He joined the Bulletin staff in 1919. Mr. Zeisberg served on the Bulle tin at various times as a rewrite- xnan, copy reader, picture and city editor. An authority on table tennis, he contributed an article on the subject to the Encyclopedia Bntan- - nica. He made his home at Ambler. His wife, Mrs. Frances M, Zesberg, survives. Synod Meets f New Pastors Frederick, June 8 (JP) The elev enth annual session of the Potomac Synod of the Evangelical and Ee- fnrmprl Church pets under wav offi- cially today with the introduction hawkLns.oq ' .; CI new pasiois ami uie ictciyi. ui i Hawkins. lOe a message from th churcns general council. The Rev. Dr. James Wagner, of T-ancaster. Pa., the general council rem-esentative to the synod, was I HILGartner. on June 8. ipso, louis , - , . , . ,- - Deiuvea ausoana oi donaana nu- Fiaiea lo ueiiver me message, gartner (nee Llns). Kev. Dr. wagner spone iasi nigm at the session's opening communion service in the Grace Reformed ISAAcs. On June 8. 1950. Abraham Church. Also on today's schedule were re ports from the synod's committees and rjresentation of students for th ministrv. The session, which beloved Misklel. Funeral from her late residence, 226 1 aT8.?oCAOUM.W OTHERS PROMISE Holy Rosary Church tA. u. interment in Holy Rosary Cemetery. 8e MURFL On June 7. 1950, CLARA ES- TELLA (nee Elliot), of 2777 Alameaa boulevard, beloved wife of the late William H. Murr. Funeral services will be held at William J. Tickner Sc Sons, North and Pennsylvania avenues, of which due notice will be Riven. ivv HVlaNnn T 1 OKA. T A 1S W on. nounces with deep regret the passing I NELSON. On June 6. 1950 MILTON CALL US NO MATTER YOU ALWAYS GET A .BETTER JOB at LOWER COST dealing with GENERAL of 543 Wyanoke avenue, beloved husband of the late Carrie Nelson (nee Engelmann) and beloved father of Mrs. Madge Schley and Miss Marie Nelson. Funeral from his late residence on Friday, June 9. at 9 A. M. Requiem High Mass at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament at 9.30 A. M. Inter- William Cook Mansion. St. Paul and S .SrSVbB! firing wood Road avenue, beloved son ot the I Painting win De aL ine -rvt, YOU SPEND MORE THAN $5 A MONTH FOR CIGARETTES and that same modest amount win make your kome attractive, eoir-and uo-to-dat with a MODERN BATHROOM OR KITCHEN OR ANT OP THE FOLLOWTNO IMPROVEMENTS: PLUMBING " HEATING CARPENTRY INSULATION ADDITIONAL ROOMS NO MONEY DOWN 3 YEARS TO PAY EVERYTHING DOTJBLI GUARANTIED Mllf S1TUAT10MS WANTtD-nMAU (17)1 TRAINED NURSE desires maternity cases. I Hours or daily, ma. ma-j. TYPIST-CLERK Stenotyplst. general of-1 nee work, desires o-aay i. uu u 434VJ. THE EVENING SUN, Thursday, June 8, 1950 ' 8S WOMAN (CoU desires baby sitting job. No Sat, or Sun. OI. 8610. WOMAN wishes days work for Thurs.. Sats.. Mon. Sc Tues. iaj 4717. YOUNG LADY, 18. desires office work Have bad 2Mj yrs. at catnonc nign School. Now taking typing at night. City College. At present can do about 40 words per min. Box 17582. Sun. YOUNG LADY desires position in office. 5 days. Knowledge or sflortnana at truing. Exp. LI. 0051. YOUNG LADY Exo. P.BX operator Sc re ceptionist desire lob on busy ooara HELP WANTED -MMALI (19) I CLERK UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY i For young lady seeking a worthwhile fu ture to learn underwriting in prominent Insurance Company Branch Office. Age 25-35. Single. Must be good at figures and High School Graduate. Col-1 lece education or it.m eanivalertt helpful. Salary commensurate with ability and Sermanent employment. Excellent worn-lg conditions 37 V hours. 5-day week PHONX PLAZA S230 HHP WANTIP-MMAtf (I SECRETARY Alert, dependable, young lady who can also assist cashier. 5-day wk. Liberal salary. Paid for holidays St .vacation. AppIt i ""MOSES ADVERTISING SERVICE j!0j4unseTJBig.v SECRETARY Position for a young lady graduating from high school or college. Must be neat in appearance and work. Give detailed description. Good starting salary. Write 17048. Sun. . . SECRETARY for Law Firm, able to use dictaphone Liberal salary. LE. 7038 SECRETARY Exo. in fuel oil business. Attractive sii. mno. gun. Good rets. Ly. B97j. , COLLEGE Student or Teacner Valuable UnV PTmwtR jte SttLDER col V Mmt YOUNG LADY, college senior, desires sum- summer's experience, guaranteed S3R0 SJ??5? mo 260 mr office position. Exp. Can LI. 3819. I for sixty days: no experience necessary -be expr to fast, PSEf, M(J-Att, I RELIABLE PRACTICAL NURSE desires pos A-i exp.. rei. la. aii. SITUATIONS (Part Time) f EMAH (13) I NURSE Reg. desires position in doctor s I Thirty , per cent 1949 earnincs al4 day Yoil will be trained to successfully contact prosoects and sell tn Volume Ubrary Box 16538. wmlniKion Averaee SHOE SALESLADY For .special fltting snoes. uooa sieaay wm""". rtovees knnw of thU ad. Box 17429. BUiU SHOE SALESLADIES office or day nursery. 3 or 4 days, write irnntr whit For mmm mort Rm box i74Ba, sun. .1 board if wanted. 1 day wk. off. Good pay. SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS HOME IMPROVEMENTS OP ALL KINDF ALL WORK GUARANTEED 2033 FREDERICK AVE. 3505 BANK STREET PE. 3979 ED. 1280. Some exp.. for full or part-time selling. In the children's dept. at our Belvedere & York Rd. Store. Apply Mr, Beatty. 313 N. Howsrd St. HESS SHOES . NO CASH NEEDED knTJTffmffm Sr W APP. Tng.loPATORlixp.. desire, sewin. at home I Ptor1 i'rglmerl0 I - w I f i t (id n7Hi i . . . . . . . in. zSlZ..-iZ .' t,,-rp r-c IAJR. exp., nun ciass tcoi.j. ior puoiic TYPING & EDIPHONE work done at home. dining rm. Call after 10 A.M. Mrs. Smith. 4 yrs'. experience. Blvd. 13S3-J. 3700 N. Charles St. HHP WANTED FEMALE (19) COUNTER GIRL Exp., uniform -turn No Ads too late to classify appear on Page 2. 8undav work. Krugcr's. 21 N. Howard St, . : mTBB t I'mwrrx vtTo . i Young woman. 25-35 years of age. Knowt- Ahonrr.liT must, ok p uny uiyj Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery. 9 GREENFELDER. Suddenly, on June 6. 1950, DAVID A. J., beloved son of Mary (nee Krug) and the late Charles ureenreiaer. Funeral from Flalkowskl Funeral Rome. 2007 Eastern avenue, on Saturday at 11 A. M. Interment In Oak Lawn Cemetery. - 10 HALL. At Wilmington. Del., on June 7 DR. WILLIAM P.. husband of Anne Dorsey Hall, aged 46 years. Funeral services will be held at Trinity Episcopal Church. Wilming ton. Del., on Saturday. June 10. at 10 A.M. .-Interment in Prince rredericK, Md.. Calvert county. - Be HARE. On June 7. 1950, JENNIE E .- of 3600 Ash street, beloved wife of Wil liam H. Hare. Funeral from the Chenoweth Fu neral Home. 3615rl7 Chestnut avenue. on Friday, June 9. at 10 A.M. Services at Leister Lutheran Church. West minster, at 11.30 A.M. Interment ad joining cemetery. 9e Funeral from Wiedefeld & Son Funeral Home. 22nd and Greenmount Ave., on Saturday at 8 A. M. Requiem Mass at St. Ann's Church at 8.30 A. M. Interment m Loudon Park Cemetery. Services at his home. Sunnybrook on Saturday at 3 P. M. Interment in St. John's Cemetery, Blenheim. 10 William Cook Mansion. St. Paul and Carpentry Preston streets, on Friday at 10.30 Qj Burners a m. interment in x.axuro ---- Heating plants PEPER. On June 7. 1950, HENRY J.. ajjed 78 years, of Philadelphia roaa. beloved husband of Annie Dtetzel Peper. Funeral from the Lassahn Funeral Home. 7401 Belalr road, on Saturday at 2 P. M. Interment In Parkwood Cemetery. 10 REN SHAW. On June 7. 1950. SAMUEL BRAMBLE, aged 30 years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Renshaw. Funeral services at the home of his sister. Mrs. John Kubilius. 3226 Belalr road, on Saturday at 1.30 P. M. Inter- Roofing Spouting Plumbing Cementing Tiling Plastering P.fe Hdwd. Floors SSSES!" VTeatherstripping carpentry Stairways Elec Work Plastering Fire Losses Adjusted GENERAL CONTRACTING CO. OLDEST LARGEST AND BEST HOME D.. beloved husband of Lena Isaacs. Services at the Jack Lewis Home. 2100-02 Eutaw plsce, on Thursday precisely at 3 P.M. Interment .in Mickro Kodesh Cemetery, Herring Run. Kindly omit flowers. In ti.. "u inmnrmw it hoinc I mourning at 4305 Norfolk avenue. 9 runs through tomorrow, is Being UACKSON.t-on June 5, 1950. petro- NELLA B. (nee Burgart), beloved wife held at Hood College. More than 100 delegates registered yesterday. ment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery. 10eLaii ve.. uouu RODEN. On June 6, 1950. at her Home. 2420 West Lanvale street, MARGAKET L. ROUEN, daughter of the late Bernard and Margaret Roden. Funeral from the above residence. on Friday, June 9, at 8.30 A. M. Requiem Mass at St. Edwards Church. Poplar Grove street, at 9 A. M. Interment In Cathedral Cemetery. ROHR. The members of the Sparrows Point Volunteer Fire Department deeply regret to announce the death of their chief. GEORGE H. ROHR. R. E. DEARMENT. 8e President. I ROWE. On June 7. 1950, HERBERT S.. beloved latner oi cmzaDetn Arapis ana William 8. Rowe. Funeral from Wiedefeld & Son, Twenty-second street and Green- mount avenue, on Friday at b.ju ajyi. Reauiem High Mass at St. Ann's Church at 9 AJJ. Interment Saturday. June 10. at St. Thomas Manor Cemetery, Chapel Point, Charles county. Marvland. 9 Free Estimates, Day or Night Days, Nights, Sun. & Holidays 915 PARK AVE NOW IS THE TIME! REMODEL & REPAIR Free Estimates Day or Night SHINGLING ROOFING Gas Burners Oil Burners Brick Work Homes Built To Your Specification No Money Down 3 Years To Pay ALL WORK GUARANTEED nODERN BUILDING CO. CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS 1621 John St. MA. 0716-4530. Mites. Mohawk 4200 Dundalk 1765 " CALVERT" HOME IMPROVEMENTS Save 25"i. Up to 10 yrs. to pay. PLUMBING WIRING CARPENTRY Free Estimates BE. 2901 DO NOT DELAY CALL TODAY PAINTING PAPERING STENOGRAPHER edge of copy Sc layout work. Exp. preferred, but not essential. Will train person interested in a permanent & interest ing position. 5-day we. salary commen- FILE & MAIL surate with ability. Many employee ben- Experienced ne & mail clerk for large 41Q0 PHILADELPHIA RD. GOOD STARTING SALARY. AIR-CONDI TIONED orntt. ARROW OIL Heatlnt Flooring I READ'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE Plumblni CHARLES ft FAYETTE STS.. 4TH PL. ALTERATION HAND Exp on all parts men's clothing. Permanent position. Excellent salary. Apply Young's 5528 Harforrt Rd. , ALTERATION Exo. only. Town & Country Shoo. 911 N Charles St. I ASSISTANT BQOKKEEPER-Cashier & typ- office. Must; handle incoming Sc outgoing mail St do general filing. Knowledge of typing necessary. SH-day wk. Apply in writing, attention Mr. Norfleet. giving ae, education & experience. No phone -applications considered. MARLBORO SHIRT CO. LOMBARD & PACA STS. FOUNTAIN CLERKS (2) (White!. Exp. 6 days wk. 8 hrs. per day. Uniforms & STENOGRAPHER Must be proficient In shorthand & typhi. Experience necessary. 5V day wk. Good salary. person Medical Center Pharmacy, corner Monument te Wolfe Ss, 1st for rental office. In Middle River or FOUNTAIN GIRLS (White! Full & part Essex area. Answer in own handwriting. time. Apply in person. Oken Pharmacy, stating age, experience & salary expected. Broadway fe Monument St. Box 17967, S""- POTrMTATM nTT?T.5 W A W A IMA w meals furnished Ton salary. Apply in CALL BE. 6880 FOR INTERVIEW After 9.30 A.M. PERMANENT POSITIONS AVON REPRESENTATIVE Pleasant work Jt hour tn suit your con venience, oooa earnings, cau eu. tuoj Uniforms furnished. Manv employe bene- or mu. oi. i nts. Apply in person Do not teleonone BAGGER Exp. for modern dry cleaning I part-time positions aiso avaiiaoie n ant f-a 1 1 r.lBn Rurnl. UI1U ffir IBT.r. I View - READ'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE BAKERY SALESGIRL wanted. Experienced! CHARLES ; FAYETTE STS., 4TH PL, STENOGRAPHER Experienced & desired wltn accuracy witn ngures. o-aay wr.. Central location, write, giving experiences, references ft salary desired, liox 17052, Sun. STENOGRAPHER Over 25. SVt days '40 hrs.). Efficient. Salary 45 to $50 to start. Phone PL 2672. Sinclair-Scott Co.. fop? of Patapsco St. ' STENOGRAPHER-CLERK Age 25-35. to as-sist general manager. Must be exp. in office procedure. Modern, well located office. Call Mr. Warner. HO. S '51. Snll:. -JLM- wl fSl?elnr GIRL For dry cleaning .store! Prosperit? I STENOGRAPHER Knowledge of general berg's Bakery. 3585 Park Hgths. Ave, BAKERY SALESLADY Exp. Wedding Cake Bakery. 7928 ruiastt Highway or Essex I531-M. 01.6821 NO MONEY DOWN First Payment 3 Months As Low As $5 Per Month KEMTONENG FLOORS. K'TERING BAR MAID (Responsible.) With ability to EXPERIENCED Cleaners St Dyers, 847 N. Colllngton Ave.. GIRLS (WHITE) DONE RIGHT NOW LOWEST PRICES I Only the best paint ana woritmansnip. i WALLPAPER bteamjsu urr. rerms u xrrr.u V...i. ii w manage cocktail lounge. Good salary. I good tips. Box 17520. sun. low as S5 per month. Call any time CALL WILK.IWS S3ia. liable with refs. Moe's Tavern, Pay St. BR. 9357. Brick Cement Heating Painting Plumbing Remodeling Shingling Oil Burners Wire Fences Paperhanging Free Estimates Day Or Night Roofing Spouting Skylight Carpentry , Plastering -Elec. Work - Kitchen Units Floor Sanding Club Basement Hardwood Floors 1rTTrr rnf-c-KTrr, ir rrv wrtPV I BARMAID Night work. Good nay. Steady BRICK, CEMENT, BLOCK VVORKI wori. After 4 p. m. Martini s, 1850 W. VERY REAS. PRICE. .GUARANTEED. F ratt Street. BE. 6807 OR TU. 3300. ask for Joe. Carpentrv-Roofinff-Plumbing TOLLY CO. FREE ESTIMATES. EA 6100. hah MAID Apply Wilson's Restaurant GIRLS To operate power punch presses BARMAID (white), some experience. Apply! 2700 Pennsylvania Ave., cor. cuiton. i until 5 P. M. office routine. Age 20 to 35. Permanent position. S1 -day week. Call LE. 8233 for appointment. , STENOGRAPHER For Jewelry manufacturer. Permanent position. 5-day wk. Call Miss.McCann, MP. 3395. STENOGRAPHER-BOOKKEEPER EXP. Central location. Good pay. 5 days a wk. Eshelmn. 119 Light St. . GIRLS Model type. 22-30. Dynamic per- TEACHER Kin del garden. small group. sonautles. wno desire quick advancement I exceptional cnuureii. tb iu. in a glamorous business, fiiiaranteert I credentials, box 17099. Sun. $200 1st mo. full time. Training free. I rpyriT PpHnNTH SOTJCTTORS Apply in person only. Monday thru Fri- X il, Li Hj IT XlUiN Hi DULIOIIUIVO day, 10 A.M.-5 P.M.. Mr. Montague. Ar-1 Married women only. Work at home. Lib- hand aewera or single needle machine operators. Also- learners. Apply at once. ' L. GREIF & BRO., INC. HOMELAND AVENUE, GOV AN3 thur Murray Studios, 217 N Charles St. papers please copy. Funeral from her home. 318 Third avenue. Lansdowne. on Friday at 8.30 A.M. Requiem High Mass at St. Clement's Church at 9 A Jid. Interment In J.EE.-In loving memory of our 1r I KOCH. Cm Jvme 5. 1950, EVA C. (nee nusoana ana uruvuer. Kram). beloved wife of the late Frank IN MEMORIAM (1) Booklet of 132 specimen in Memo- riam tributes sent free upon request. of James T. Jackson. Pittsburgh (Pa.) I ROWE, On June 8. 1950.' IDA. E. (nee I Crawford), beloved wile of Joseph F. I Bowe. of 918 Iris avenue, and beloved mother of Edgar A. Bowe and William H. Minnick. Funeral services are to be held atl H. Sander & Sons. North avenue and I who died 8 years ago today, Memories are treasured, no one can steal. riMth is heartache no one can heal. Eome may forget you, now that you're But I will remember you, no matter bow long. DEVOTED WIFE AND Be SISTER ROSE. Broadway, on Saturday at 11 A.M. I Interment In Parkwood Cemeterv. lOe I Koch, and mother of Estelle E. RUBY- On June 3, 1950, FLORENCE I Koch. Mrs. M. C. Schafer. Mrs. G Myers and Edward A Koch. Funeral from her late residence. 4212 Berger avenue, on Friday at 8.15 A. M. Requiem Mass at St. Anthony's Church at 9 A. M. Interment in Holy Redeemer cemetery. 9 LANGE. On June 5, 1950, ELIZABETH ALL WORK GUARANTEED TVENTNOS. SUNDAYS HOLIDAYS OR. 0511 MU. 1726 STAG HOME IMPROVEMENT CO. 942 N. PATTERSON PK. AVE. WASHING MACHINES. VAC. CLEANERS. I 'V.. P"n Ave, RADIOS. Work guar. Pickup Ss delivered. I BARMAID Exp. Apply County Musical wr-v it atiM i7Tj Harfnrri iv MTT ORS0 I Bar. 109 Crain Hzwy.. Glen Burnie. f.. 1"" -- --- -----.t-t-.-. DTJ" A T T 4V Ttt ri l BARMAIDS (3) Exp.. neat and pleasing ivivu vua i personaUty. Refs. Apply 35I7-21.E. fcom-FREE ESTIMATES. ' BR. 1046. I bard St. cellars cieanea, wnue visutu. nuuisi piy in person, super inner, oouj ruiasai i Tn.S r. i" "i,, cleaned, waxea. ui. zj-w. Highway. I y"--" y ,, Sc assembly work. Hunt Mfg. Co.. 1151 Hollingswortn St. Apposite 112 E. Lombard St. GIRLS (2 Col.) for kit. Si dining rm. help. Girls' camp. Box 17519. Sun. GIRLS, under 30, for W Balto. sect tavern. No exo Box 17531. Sun. CEMENTING Sz fence work. After 5. MA. eral compensation while training by home demonstration. Salary SI per nr. plus bonus. Call Mr. Norman. LA. 6o50. hptween 9 to 4 P. M. ' TELEPHONE SOLICITORS To phone prospects from your home Exp. in credit store preferably. Mr. William. 1632 W. B altimore St, TYPIST General office routine. Aee 18. St. Pav.l St. No phone cans. BAR MAIDS & WAITRESSES Good salary H08TESS-CASHIER Restaurant exp. only I TYPIST in law office, exp. in use of dictau & tips. LE. 9897 or Murray's Musical I Bar 425 W. Balto. St. References. Apply after 5 P.M. Mr. King. Dowell's Seafood House, 2674 Pennsyl vania Ave. lng machine. Pleasant surrouadings. Ap oiv 115 Matnieson mag. FLOORS sanded.renntsnea, a rs exp , -AT,MmB wiuTin ,nrir Annwl "" A" TVPTSTPrmrienred. for Insurance office. Bestoress. OK.p4ibu noanswer. cau -...------ , HQSTES8 evening hour;. Apnly Howard permanent position and chance for ad- (nee Burton), aged 30 years, beloved! wife of Paul Ruby, of 1513 Park ave-l nue. Funeral services are to be held at H. Sander Sc Son's, North avenue and Broadway, on Thursday at 2 P.M. Interment In Baltimore National Ceme tery. 8e DEATHS. 13) beloved daughter of the late Frank I SCHMITT. On June 7, 1950, AUGUST Death Notices Received Too Late for Classification Wilt Be Found on Page 2 ADAMS. On Thursday. June 8.-1950. at her late residence. Clarksville. Md SARAH JANNEY ADAMS, beloved wife of the late Ernest N. Adams. Remains resting at her late residence, where services will be held Frl- and Pauline Mertens Lange, of 700 East Fort avenue. Be Funeral from the Home of B. C. Harle. 121 East West street, on Friday at 8.30 A. M. Requiem High Mass at Holy Cross cnurcn at 9 o clock. Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery. LAV ER Y. On June 7. 1950. MARGARET JANE, beloved daughter of the late James J. and Mary A. Lavery (nee OHanlon). Funeral from ner late nome, 829 East JOHNS-MANVTLLE GUILD MEMBER No Money Down Little As $5 Month 1st Payment 4 Months M.. at his home 3304 Fairview avenue, beloved husband of Mary E. Schmitt (nee Gollery) and fatner or Kev. Mar tin J. Schmitt of Our Lady of Mount Carmel cnurcn. 10 Funeral from the funeral home of C. Vernon Lemmon, 4611 Park Free Estimates Dav or Nicht June 10 at 10.30. Solemn Requiem Stone Mass in St. Ambrose Church at Brick . 11 o'clock. Interment, Cathedral tr".m,e2t SAVE YOUR CLUB CELLAR built by ex perts, we ao our own won. """'""(,? Hedlan capentry contractors., MO. 6611 Storm Windows. Complete wltn screens. 511.99 OS UP Free Estimates Ph. LA. 1450. ROOMS PAPERED, $8.00 UP H. THOMPSON LOngWQOd 7251. m!t TnM mimiACTiNO CO 4404 Valley View Ave. HA. 2473 FLOOR SANDING te FINISHING ?VZ per rm. S UP. n coats. Jimn rm- a"' . WANTS BARMAIDS & waitresses wanted at the Cost Inn. 898 W. Baltimore St. BEAUTICIAN as MANICURIST for downtown salon. Large patronage. Ouaranteed minimum salary. 5-day week. Paid vaca tion. Apply oCice, Adolpn Beauty salons. 219 w. Liiierty st Johnson's Restaurant, 4401 Reisterstown I Koad. vancement. 5-day week. Box 17540. Sun. TVDTflT rll tnt- ,nin Mr t.aklnff Tthom HOUSE PARENT White) Needed In small messages. MA. 1934. . institution lor children. Must live in. ! . . . nut. Age limits 21-45. 5 da. wk. si.333 yearly rrtrSfi.. i.i.: w with maintenance. Give phone No. in reply. Box 17943, sun. BEAUTICIAN-Exp. Edvthe Beauty Salon. paTCTOR . to . teach ukulele at girls 100 E. 33rd St. BE. 7083. Sun. & night BE. 47G7 ; ' BFATJTICTAN F.3Etlprinrd "Pull or Dart time. 3017 W. Belvedere Ave. Either Sun- dav or Nlents. FQ. 1414. (12) BEAUTICIAN Experienced, full or part 1 1 4m. II..). Tin..,,. C.Iam Va-V It WILL BE rouwu u I Burke ave. Keating NO JOB TOO SMALL OR LARGE Icitii ATirtkJ wanted HOUSEHOLD ( 1 31 1 BEAUTICIAN Experience not necessary ISHIloW: Shampoo.girl. FuU or part time. 1123 N worker, sleep n h rn wAm good I BEAUTICIAN WANTED Steady work. 5 COOK, col., djesires position. Can give good days wk CaU Ann KennedT, 4915 Ptrk rels. MA, hmi-vv. . Heights ave.. FO. 9680. rrrTC. . exn.. live in or couple go wa.i nviirPTrrm v-rr. Roofing I Rpfi MA 1R34-W. I r-.n -nm cabr SSyllgnt l"",v" 'V.,,.,-'. .Mnn TpIiuI0'1""111-1""1 bhuikcmukw Carpentry! s"es u i?4 I Beauty Salon. 114 W. MUl perry St. camp. Box 17538. Sun. INTER VIEWERS Personable women, able to meet puoiic. exci. pay. state age, cap. & give phone No. 17516. Sun. KITCHEN HELP COLORED Good pay Sc working conditions. Apply in person any day except Wednesday: any time after 12 noon. Should reside convenient to THE BAHN Governor Ritchie Hghwy. Glen Burnie. Md. LADY Experienced (white), to work on more Studios. 211 Saratoga St. WAITRESS Experienced. Must be over 21, to work in Baltimore's leading night club. No phone calls. Apply Friday between 2 & 5. Chanticleer. Charles Sc Eager Sts. Side door. WAITRESS (white), age 21 to 30. Must be neat & attractive. No experience neces. sarr. Salary S22 wk- plus tips. Apply 12 T. Cross St. . WAITRESS, white, over 21. Good salary and tips. Apply Jia asnionea xun. own Edmondson avenue extension. Paone Catonsville 9818, . WAITRESS Sc BAR MAID Between 25 St 30 yrs. of age. Day Sc night. Apply between 8 & 10 A.M.. Sc 2 Sc 4 P.M., Van's Lounge. 8 E. Redwood. all-around operator. assemblv table. AddIv Uo-To-Data Laun-1 ,,,.T.r,-c-o w .nt.rf dry. 2204 Frederick avenue. ".fftiffi?ant M ow Annanol s Yd Glen Requiem High Mass at St. John's Church at 9 A. M. Interment In New Cathedral Cemetery. 10 day. June 9. at 2 PAL .Interment LEON.-On t June 0. 1950 at his home WnndslitD Cemeterv. Brtnklow. Md. 9 ANDREWS. On June 7. 1950. SADIE C. I nee Meverst. of 1148 East North ave nue, beloved wife of the late Thomas Jefferson Andrews. 10e Funeral services are to be held at H. Sander Ss Sons. North avenue and Broadway, on Saturday at 1 P. M. Interment In Loudon Park Cemetery. BAYS. On June 7. 1950. MICHAEL JOHN RATS, of Elllcott City. Md. Funeral from the home of Harry H. Wltzke. 4101 Edmondson avenue, of which due notice will be eiven. 9 TIFCKER. On June 7. 1950. A. ELMER beloved husband of Nettie M. Becker (nee Weller), of 1134 Poplar Grove atreet. Funeral services will be held at William J. Tickner Sz Sons. North and Pennsylvania avenue, on Saturday at 10 30 A. M. Interment In Loudon Park Cemetery. 10 BRENT. On June 6. 1950. ELMO MURRAY BRENT, beloved husband of Mary Wright Brent, of 4717 Amberly avenue. IrvlnRton. Lynchburg (Va.) papers please copyl. Funeral services will be held at the Parlors of Harry H. Wltzke. Holllns and Gilmor streets, on Thursday at 8 P. M. Interment In Jonesboro ceme tery. Roseland. Vs.. on Friday aiter-noon at 4 o'clock. 8 CAMPBELL. On June 7. 1950. MILDRED J beloved sister of Helen F. Campbell, of 3612 Clifton avenue. Funeral services will be held at William J. Tickner Sz Sons. North and Pennsylvania avenues, on Saturday at 11 A. M. Interment In Druid Ridge Cemeterv. 10 DIRSCHNER. On June 7. 1950. at the Southern Home. MART A., wife of the late Charles Dirschner. 9e Friends may call at the Mitchell j Home. 1900 EUtaw place, until Friday at 10 P. M. Services and Interment at ' the Hereford Baptist Church on Satur day at 11 A.M. nix. Suddenly, on June 6. 1950. CHARLES HENRY, of 8201 Harford i road, beloved husband of Myrtle L TJlx fnee Bucher). 1 Services from the Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home. 5305 Harford road, on Friday at 2 P-M. Interment Hiss Cemeterv. 9e DOLCH. On June 6, 1950. MAMIE, be loved daughter of the late jonn w and Mary M. Dolch. 8e The funeral services will be at William Cook Mansion. St. Paul and Preston streets, on Friday at 1.30 P. M Interment In Baltimore Cemetery, DOMHOFF. On June 7. 1950. HERMAN W aged 81 years, beloved husband of Barbara M. Domhoff. and father of . Mrs. Samuel E. Leonard, of 423 East Lynn avenue. Funeral from the Parlors of F. B. Wlppert St Son. Baltimore and Monroe streets, on Saturday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock. Interment In Western Cemetery. 10a DUNN. Suddenly on June 6. 1950, GEORGE H.. beloved husband of Lena C. Dunn (nee Cesare). 9 Funeral from his home 603 Cathe dral street, on Friday at 9 AM. Re, qulem Mass at the Cathedral at 9.30 A.M. Interment Baltimore National Cemetery. DUNN The members of the Army and Navy Legion of Valor deeply regret me passing or our ceiovea com panion. GEORGE H. DUNN. WILLIAM SANFORD. 8e Commander. 623 Stanford road, JACOB J., beloved husband of Viola Scott Leon. Funeral from William J. Tickner & Sons. North and Pennsylvania ave. nues. on Friday at 9.15 A. M. Requiem Mass at St. William of York Church at 10 A. M. Interment In Lorraine Park Cemetery. 9 LEPAK. On June 6. 1950, JOSEPH, of 619 South Broadway, beloved husband of Katherine Lepak Funeral from the F. W. Ozazewski Funeral Home, 1930 Eastern avenue on Friday. June 9. at 9.30 A. M Requiem Mass at St. Patrick's Church at 10 A. M. Interment In Sacred Heart of Mary Cemetery. 8e Bel), in her eighty-fourth year, of I Remodeling dldO Qtannrnnri ovAtim hfilnvaH wlf A 1 Sllineling v. 1. o -I Oil Burners ui buc iaw f mux, ouicwua, anu uco& i. Fences moiner oi airs. Anna Mcyuaae, Mrs. i paper hanging Mrs. Agnes Foos, Frank: and James Smetana. Funeral from the Schimunelc Funeral Home. 2601-3-5 East Madison street, on Saturday at 8.15 A. M. Requiem High Mass at St. Wenceslaus Church at 9 A. M. Interment In Holy Redeemer Cemetery. 9e , STENGEL. On June 7. 1950, JOHN H., Plastering I - , . ; " V..,-.. work: t. BEAUTICIANS (2). all-year-around position. Elec. Work GIRL (colored) desires day s work. LA. Male or femaie. 5ay weeK. p,id vaeB. Kitchen Units Floor Sanding Club Basements Hardwood Floors Weatherstripping All Work Guaranteed 'PEABODY 6600 COLUMBIA ROOFING AND CONTRACTING CO. 1532 N. GAY ST. 5472. Mmni.p.AfiF.n Finnish Woman desires I day s worx. J uas a w. -- , 814 Quail St. VIRGINIA GIRL (colored) wants job as LADY Capable to work in Real Estate! Office. Apply 406 N. Greene. 11 a.m. WAITRESS and FOUNTAIN GIRL (White). LADIES Age 24-40. with good driving rec- ftp. preferred 8-4.30. 5 days Ho fatur-cords. Clean, pleasant, profitable outdoor -ays. Sandwich Shoo, Mathieson Bld. work driving Yellow Cabs. No previous WAITRESS Exp. Over 21. FRANCIS exp. necessary. We teach von Apply SCOTT KEY RESTAURNAT. 653-57 Light Xf f ttmfth n W Pmtnn Rt. Sfrt. WAITRESS must be experienced. Dav wort. tion. Free advance training in permanent wave analysis. The aoove-average salary wtlif)l . r .A.n will itU.o. .nil Innl. office. Adolph Beauty Salons. 219 N. Lib-1 LADIES Can use 5 more ladies in adver- erty st maid. No cooking. 5 'A da. wk. City refer-1 BILLING CLERK Experienced preferred LA. 8740. I YOUNG LADY wishes day's work. Phone I Wilxens n2b. 1 n,Ain vt f,.n ttiri. riesires light clean- lng or iron, wm care iui n"". I' I Rei. 202 a. r remoni wmci ton API. 4.. but if you are a good typist you may also 1 be considered. Evening work from 6 to 10 1 p M. Apply Mr. England, w. T. cowan. Inc., 1327 Bayard St. BOOKKEEPER-SUPERVISOR tisiBi crewT to i introduce grocery service KhS?t Miu""""' "ui " to local housewives. Pleasant work. Good 1'- ,.t .... ..... nA pay. APPly Jin wynonurst Ave.. oiano -o , rir knW. unmk,ur.ui ixwpuuhm upiwriumii rar55csZr nnlv Phili tfm Bran. VStv? 5S?itS.nit rlSl- "UM' "dau's RstaSrant. 5914 York Rd. at Belve- .:,Zi. I.. Z r r : rl!l?r?- call tu. 97na. LANICURIST Steady work. 5 days wk. I STTFFCTSc feTwTTVT Exceptional opportunity Mrs. Elsie M. Bardroff and Mr. Herbert H. Stengel. Funeral from his late residence. 2835 Lake avenue, on Saturday at 2 P.M. t rvivr n t,, t incn aiu-Kra lntermeui in Liorrame Vemeiery. iu rsrZonfoiM hointrari wirl ni Vhl iot I STIRLING. On June 8. 1950. at his WOMAN (col.) wants cook's or maias aged 93 years, beloved husband of the ho B2s nights STTNTJAYq tto B"ial ' . ..rv Excellent opportunity for experienced Experienced only Aooly between 10-1 late Emma F. Stengel and father of WL 8893T OrT4559V TOW. 77 I iSv MTjaT56 machine operator capable of superyls- c"wn Food Centtr.P Harford Ave. A WOMAN (coL) wants day's work. 420 E. Oliver fci. MANICURIST Steady work. 5 days wk.UITRESS Rehoboth Beach. Phone 576B Call Ann Kennedy. 4915" Park Heights I or write Box 16490, Sun, : ave ' txJ' bB"' WAITRESS Exp.. 6 days a wk. Busy Bee. MEAT COUNTED CLERKS mTN.oayBt. HOME REPAIR! WOMAN (col.) wants Westwood Ave. day's work. 1729 Greenfeld). beloved wife of the late Harry Levine. of 4002 Kathland ave nue, and mother of Jay E. Levine Mrs. Ethel Clayman and sister of Maurice I. Greenfeld. of Baltimore: Mrs. Jennie Abrams. of Washington, District oi Columbia. Funeral from Sol Levinson & Bros. Home. 1124-26 West North avenue,, on Friday. June 9. at 1 P.M. Interment in Beth Tfiloh Congregation Cemetery, Windsor Mill road. Please omit flowers. 1 In mourning at 4329 Norfolk avenue. 9 LEVINE. Beacon Chapter No. 60. O.E.S, deeply regrets the passing of our sis. ter. ANNA GREENFELD LEVINE. Eastern Star services at Sol Levinson St Bros. Home. 1124 West North ave nue, on Friday. June 9. at 1 P. M Members are requested to attend. Fraternally. RUTH R. CAPLAN. 9 Worthy Matron. LEVINE. The Auxiliary of Yedz Grotto f NSrLAYl not, I IN TRStt I VISIT home. Fallston. Md.. DR. W. MILLARD STIRLING, beloved husband of Mary Eleanor Stirling (nee Burke). 9 I Funeral from his home. Due notice. I VINSON. On June 7. 1950, at Johns! Hopkins Hospital. Baltimore, Md., I MARGUERITE FARRAN. beloved Wife or wiiiiam. b. Vinson. Funeral from Pennington, Funeral I Parlor. Havre de Grace, Md., on Satur-1 day, June 10. at 8 JO A.M. Requiem! Mass at St. Joan of Arc Churca.l Aberdeen, Md., at 9 A. M. Interment in Mount Erin Cemetery, Havre de Grace. Md. 10 VOGTS. On June 6. 1950. at Church Home and Hospital, Baltimore, Md., I LEILA, daughter of the late William a. and Jennie B. Vogts. of Aberdeen. Maryland. Funeral services from Henry Tarring Sz Sons Funeral Parlor. Aberdeen, on Friday. June 9. at 2 P.M. Interment in Grove Cemetery. . 9e Tiling Roofing Heating Papering SAVE 25 NO MONEY DOWN Plastering Cementing Storm Windows Plumbing WORK DONE NOW Siding Fencing Carpentry Additions Stonekote WOMAN (white) desires housework by the aw i.pd st... 1st floor. I WOMAN (cob wants ironing Wed. & Thurs. OK. j- WOMAN (col.) desires Mon . Wed. & Fri. work from 9 to 4 P. M. WI. 1557. WOMAN (col.) desires light housework Sc plain cooKine. tteis. lng bookkeeping section. Accounting tin ' rm I . MinniuM wim ,n,n w mr Inofon. Rand bookkeeping machines. Requires I NURSE Rg. experience in general ledger, accounts v payable, receivable, trial balances, etc. Starting salary $55.00 weekly. Air-conditioned office, 40-hour, 5-day week; automatic increases, vacation, paid health and accident insurance, etc. State age. experience and qualifications. BOX 17580. SUN Preston. No phone calls for exclusive girls' box 175M4. sun. WAITRESS Experienced. Over 21 yri. Ap- , . cone D.l.4. D4 &f "13, Jt--J ii'nn niiTTOFC lTi r.TDT. 1 i va I r, Avm hi. tween 21 Sc 40. Good Pay. Call Fork 2342, camD-1 WAITRESS Apply between 12 & 2 P.M. 1 Burke's Cafe, comer Light & Lombard knowledge of WAITRESS Exp. Guaranteed $40 per wk. Apply 4103 Pimiico HQ OFFICE WORKER Some bookkeeping St typing. Take charge oil KSi- o,okc,e-w0rM, "il.- 5d' week' WAITRlSS Experienced, with references. """" r"- " -V" ""t I Call OI. 9BZ7 Or LOMi. OPERATORS BOOKKEEPER WAITRESS. $25 wk. salary. Apply 410 S. PnnVlin- Of TIT OK1) HV !W5ir.2eff. .PS'Si'SJl! nS!r I WAITRESS Experienced preferred. Apply BABY SITTERS AND CHILD CARE ( 1 4) I Accounts receivable bookkeeper. 28-35 tts. FREE ESTIMATES Painting Shingling Brick Work -Oil Burners I BABY SITTER wanted. Over 21, living in I pimuco. tjroiton. x-i.csiu - msi I WOMAN (white) desires baby sitting day or ment. CM. zwi. for Rinelft needln ard doubla needle ooer- ators. Year round work in modern day light plant. Apply LONDONTOWN MFG. CO. 1101 E. 25TH ST. OPERATORS LAUNDERING (15)1 LAUNDERING IPOS- done at home. Roslynl Electrical Work Hardwood Floors Porch Enclosures Weatherstripping . PAY IN AUGUST deeply reVrnn'ounce the , d'eath WlREJT T? Jn,? ' .195-. uriD WANTED HOUSEHOLD (16) I Ads too late to classify appear on Page 2. BUTLER Able to drive car. can stay nights, nxesvme taua. . COOK (col.) & lst-flr. maid, live in, on Tnurs. ec sunaays, utuci Other help employed. No laundry. Fpr 3 adults. Pri. rm. Sc bath. New home in SUDUrOS. ll. van r-mca. of our member. ANNA E LEVTNE AU officers and members are requested to attend funeral services at Sol Levinson Jc Bros. Home on Friday at i r. 4a. EVE LAVENSTEIN. 8e President LILLET. Suddenly, on June 7. 1950. BETTY LOU. of 920 West Barre street. aged 22 years, beloved daughter of losepn ana itnei carter. lOe Funeral services at the William Cook Mansion. St. Paul and Preston streets, on Saturday at 1.30 P. M. Interment In Glen Haven Cemeterv. MARTELLOTTA. On Jur 4. 1950. VE RONA B. (nee Jordan), of 13 North Broadway, beloved wife of John Mar-tellotta. Funeral services at the William Cook Mansion, St. Paul and Preston streets, on Thursday at 1.30 P.M. Interment In Holy Redeemer Cemetery. Re MA AS. On June 7. 1950. WTLLIAM E.. beloved husband of Rose B. Maas. of 640 Ineleside avenue. Catonsville. and brother of Mrs. Samuel P. Piatt and sirs. j. Morris Smith. Funeral services will be held at 'William J. Tickner Sz Sons. North and Pennsylvania avenues, on Fridav at 11.30 A. M. Interment In Loudon Park Cemetery. 9 of Home ImproYemejit Co. ..,craj5 Office,. 217 N. Calvert St. CCK-eneral housework beloved mother of Raphael J. Barrett. Katheryn Chiveral, Clara Houston and .William Barrett. COOK Housekeeper, 1st class, smoioyea BOOKKEEPER, Assistant Experienced couple. 6 days, 1 alter dinner. Jia.uo. I Some knowledge of stenography ore- Exo. in handling accounts receivable ledger, sales journal, typing, etc. Perma nent position ac gooa salary to rignt person. SCHREIBER BROS. EUTAW & LEXINGTON BOOKKEEPER V Knowledge of general office work, typing-shorthand preferred. Experience reautred 5j dsys wk. Curtis Bav Section. No. 6 bus. State age Sc references. Box 17066 Sun. - BOOKKEEPER as assistant in office of es-1 npwn irnim-It-Tn liuht work Tobytoza tablished ro. centrBllv located. Must 0E5AI?Il?rEXP- ugnl worK- "lO- have knowledge of D. E. Bookkeeping I " ' o--- , .-ss p.. and general office work. 5-day week. Age I PHYSICIANS SECRETARY Full time. Per- 25-40: state fully your past exp. Salary. mIi.eilt,?2sl4,l01ni3?di nfil.'r.n ri 45. Box 17542. Sun. I esting. work. Pri. medical oifice. Exp de- aireq out nob nrucsftary To work section work on coats. Pocket makers, sleeve makers, collar makers, lining makers Sc closers. Steady work. Average $30 to $50 wkly. Apply Seldin Coat Co.. 405 W. Franklin St.. 4th fir. OPERATORS Sewing. Excellent, oppor T til. trr OH n nrnmminf Avr WAITRESS." exp. Topp's Restaurant, 3029 Liberty Hghts. Ave. FO. 3815. WAITRESS Day work, no Sundays. Apply 4626 Edmondson avenue. , WAITRESSES EXPERIENCED Steady job. Good tips. usflK as IjKv 923 E. Balto. St. WAITRESSES ExpTchoice of day or night wnrlr TTvrlent arnintis. HOOPER'S RESTAURANTS AddIt Office 415 E. 32nd St. tunitv for single Sc double needle oner- WAITRESSES Must have delicatessen ators with cxd. on cotton Sc rayon Modern factory, steady worx. B.V.D. CORP.. 527 w. PRATT sr. exp. No others need apply. Mandell St Ballow. 5435 Reisterstown Rd. between 2 & 4 P M. WAITRESSES MIAMI NIGHT CLUB. 9 N. OAT ST PRESSER ON WOOLS WAITRESSES Exp. for restaurant Sz cock, tall lounge. Woody's, 223 N. Howard St. No phone calls. , WAITRESSES LEXINGTON 7200 NTTES. SUNDAYS. HOLIDAYS PHOVC runerai irom xne jonn A. moran Lib. 1411 Lib. 4748 MO. 7905 Orl. 4985 ruuerai xiome. juuu rMSZ uaiLimore street (cor. Potomac), on Fridav. June 9. at 9 A. M. Requiem High Mass at St. Elizabeth's Church at 9.30 A. M. Interment in Holy Redeemer Ceme terv. 9 WEYFORTH. On June 8. 1950. CARL P.. beloved husband of Mary Herr Weyforth. of 4008 Bonner road. Funeral services will be held at William J. Tickner & Sons. North and Pennsylvania avenues, of which due roticf? will he Piven. lie CEMETERIES AND LOTS (61 MONUMENTS. VAULTS, ETC. (7V LOST AND FOUND (8) SPECIAL NOTICES ' (9) SHARE YOUR CAR WILL BE FOUND ON PAGE 64 HOME IMPROVEMENTS Free Estimate. Cheaper and Better. Nothing down. Small monthly payments THE ROGERS IMPROVEMENT CO. HOPKINS 0174 614 NORTHERN PARKWAY Nites. Sundays and Holidays HO. 3475 BE. 0246 PAINTING Painting. All kinds. 39 yrs.' exo. Low srlees. uuiiages. lerms. Karl's elj. We cater to a better class of work. Your oiq iriena, jos. v. Marshall. Prop. HOME IMPROVEMENTS Let Us Estimate Cheaper. Better n0)MA. 6530 FAYETTE CONSTRUCTION CO. HOUSEKEEPER Middle-age Woman tol taxe care oi 3 cnuoren. w. to- manent home. $15 wk. Apply 2212 East ern ave Between a. : HOUSEKEEPER Excellent home in north ern sec. Age to ou. na. icuuncu. i7P.?4. Sun . HOUSEKEEPER Good position with a fu-: tujrtj5eashoTeBoxJJ9j54J!Sun. HOUSEWORKER (White) General housework. 2 adults. Live in. Private room and bath. Must have references Near Olvnrinn Wnx 17565. Sun. MAID General housework & laundry I Live in or SlBy several 'l., with dinner. Refs. required. Other help employed- excellent salary, m. ferred. 5-day week. Starting salary I j .. .v i. r,i.nt TTnhlm .m. m..v. nw iKifivu $35.00. E. Coplan Sons. 17 S. Hanger st. cleaner" 44 E Randall St? " ' wRSSESWnTtEVpTApplyMf: King, after 5 P.M., Dowell's Seafood House. 2674 Pennsylvania Ave. I WAITRESSES (White) no experience nec- essary. 6003 Reisterstown Rd. FO. 9683. WAITRESSES Penny Cafe. 601 8. Bond St. after 5 P.M. WAITRESSES (2) Apply Harvey's Oriole Tavern. 2637 Greenmount avenue. WOMAN (White) Middle aged, to work in kitchen of restaurant. Rm.. board St salary. Write Marble Hill Inn. Parkton. Md..tor call Parkton 2701. Ask for Mr. Rpitler. References. Other help. Live In. $25. LI. 3Z,i. BOOKKEEPING MACHINE OPERATOR pRtrsaERExoerlenced on silk dresses. COOK Waitress Sc 1st fir work. White orl Remington Rand 285 with general office I Majestic Cleaners Sc Dyers. Wyndhurst Sc col. Live in. nei. requirea. risesvmc i- cxp. mu. iuv iqi aiiiiuiubuicub. tow -1 Lawndale Ave, tu. gvot. COOK (Colored, 25-40) Housework. Stay I Hanover St. , 1 PRESSER it - nights Recent ref. MA. 4538. I BOOKKSKPFB Callable nf answering tele-1 ttn nn ulllcs. Call TTT. 2918. COMPANION for elderly lady. Live in. Light! phpne intelligently and tactfully. Phone I pRESSER Ton silks. Exp. Apply Ideal Clean- duties. Rererences. biuh. I v-"- "pu nuwuniuui,. er8i 313a Virginia Ave. GIRL OR WOMAN, to care for 3-yr .-old (BOOKKEEPER Typing. Small office. Per-I PRTT'FR5? (WHITE'i girl cz -yr.-oia dot iur emiiiujcu 1.1 '1 maneni,. oy2 gay wk.. duu xipg. ounu 1 v - . ' 5.oays. Preier one living near liuiuuvum 1 BOOKKEEPER With some knowledge of Epek YS .rtv.nrpm,nt Zdlr week " $14. CU. 3650-J. l typing. Apply 308 W. Baltimore St. I salary. with advancement 5ay week. EDiLrLilOrl AftatrtlVrtPI ililAJVAur SH11 Pi. Milton Ave. typing. Apply 308 W. Baltimore St. BOOKKEEPING MACHINE OPERATOR . REMINGTON RAND ACCOUNTING MACHINE SUPERVISING OPERATOR EXPERIENCED IN ALL PHASES OF GEN- . ERAL LEDGER. ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE AND ACCOUNTS PAYABLE POST- PRESSERS Experienced silk or wool. Ap- WOMAN OVER 40. wttn Duiband now em-ply 1200 E. Monument Street. ployed, supervise small downtfn hotel. PROOFREADER TRAINEE J,11; ?0?yrlik5e?:MFudaii;,,.txc,ept 18 to 22. High-school graduate, tsteaayi Sunday, ill w Muioerrv at nrV Mllat. t.ftlrA a.otttude test. 'APPLY TO MIS3 PHILLIPS DEPT. OF EMPLOYMENT SECURITY 16 OUILTOKU AVE. INGS. TRIAL BALANCES. ETC. PRES-1 SALESGIRL Exp. wanted to sell children s OF TWO MACHINES AND ONR PREPARATION CLERK. EXCELLENT SAL- AKAT1UN (JLiSKn,. EAtibunn i rnu- ton St. . AST JJSrWSa JKP'KSgfASS SAlisGIRLExp.nenced. Apply 927 W WOMAN sincere, good background: educational counselor work for small children: free to travel; trans, pd.: over 35: weekly guarantee. For appointment. Mrs. Delia Kline. LE. 8424. wear Good conditions and good pay 1 woman White, over 21 to mark in dry Apply Mr. Sedaka. Cardelis. 9 W. Lexing-I cleaning no experience necessary. Apply PERSONALS PRIVATE DETECTIVE I WILL not be responsible for any debts umess contracted Dy mvseir. WALTER M WHTT-R. 2675 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. 1 1 V I Confidential A: written reports. Operators! McCOMAS. On June 8. 1950, EDITH W. 1 NJtrb J'l' i,r n debts WtmarrVpMrOnrnI.Tr 01 FRANK VICTOR BROUSSARD wiuiam e. Mcoomas, Jr. 507 n luzerne ve Friends may call at , 'Stewart and 1 WILL NOT be responsible for 'any debts Mowen Company, 108 West North ave- unless contracted by myself or my wife nue. Friday afternoon and evening. JOHN CRESTON SCITCMM Funeral services Saturday mornlns? at 1103 N. LUZERNE AVE. 11 o'clock. Interment In Druid Eidge I WILL BE responsible for any debts con- t,tV? CrtaU MAID Housework and cooking. ' Fond of children, exp. rei. 10 mif hiiry. Md. S25 wk. MO. 8472 after 7 P.M. in all branches of detection. City Detec- maid Oeneral housework & assist . with live Agency, r. u. box yi2. Baltimore 3. 1 children. Live in or sikj b k uUw. hliUVTTT-y THTlwro fmDo I TTvrP'lPnt fialarv. LI. 171. REFINISHING & REPAIRING EXPERTS I MAID Upstairs work and help with chil- QUALIFICATIONS. OUR EMPLOYES KNOW OF THIS AD REPLIES WILL. UK TREATED CONFIDENTIALLY. 18003, SUN Also upholstering. Call any 7a. ui. bbas alter 5 P.M. time. MO. I dren. Live in. ,2 wk. FO. 4490. METAL GARAGES Small Monthly Payments PHTLIPP ENG. CO- MANUFACTURERS 1200 N. Macon St. PE. 6050 Cemetery. 10 tracted by my wife. SAMUEL HOLTZMAN 1335 NORTH ELLWOOD AVE. VACUUM CLEANERS Parts of all kinds. Free tests.- SA. 1356. MILLER APPLIANCES, 319 W. MTJLBERRT WOMAN 25-45 fcol.). care for 2 small children, live dren & have 1-2 yrs. Balto. ref. with 1 family. S"". MO, 1285. I WELL NOT be responsible for any debts PAPERHANGING BY GL S3 and up per Ur". ,Wwrrir) 2S-40 Live In. ' light l. .aiso painung. ouaranwea vo SS1' "(n ti T. Mll. unless contracted by myself. BENJAMIN H. CROWLEY 2006 DRUID PK. DRIVE X FRANK ENSOR MT.Vw ITHAMMAKER MARIA I l :tMlTtltTX o NX4 riosPECT 1HILL PARK CEMETERY CEMENT WALKS, steps, drain ways, water- T WILL NOT be responsible for any debts I Proof cellars, garages, all kinds. Joseph umess coniraciea oy myseir. iviccuuuiiu. nn. jiot. -oi. mmj mc. GEORGE E. SKIRVFN 1 FURNITURE REFLNISHED Sc KEI-AIKM) 309 a CLINTON ST. I WILL. NOT be responsible for any debts unless contracted oy myseir. oforor a TRAPjnjL 4700 BANNER 55T . HVATTSvn.I,v UTl I SSR2. OR 4023. Catalann Bros 1 l&tSSJ. " PAPERHANGING, $7.50 UP N BERNARD J. ZAKS . CWHEELER. llsi ui fir FIU tfmri MP rises I rial S- htmO, ) f?A r.- FRAMK EMSOK IIahhakeQ YUK MAI TlWStX Tewaon M30 ftfMt 1111 Tickner Funerals 97 to I995 Consult this list of 1000 consecutive adult services, as selected by past patrons, for guidance. 201 Services Cost $ 97 up to $ 263 inn c : nia ai 1632 LINDEN AVE, " ! " PAINTING New A: old work. Interior St 314 Services Cost $425 up to $ 540 195 Services Cost $560 up to $1995 cENTaV.V.. Toand r SEWING MACHINES repaired. Work guar M. Howard. 20O9 callow ave. la 2940 AWNINGS Repaired ic reblnded at low price. 3 ft 91 Edmonason Ave, ui. t6jg. TREES LANDSCAPE SERVICE TRKFS REMOVED. TU. 5890 I Tirrwi a w -wrriai?Trii:irp?TT Who wants good Home, noi over ou. v.ii iaj. uo iROOf LeakS? Phone BE. 8023 WOMAN, 'middle-aged, to care for 2 ehil- riren. ki. reauiieo. utoi b. .mui ENTERPRISE ROOFING CO. room. Prompt service. CH. 0775. CANVASSER: To solicit East Balto. 5 perl day plus 5 commission, uours v:jo to I 3:30. BOX 18036, Sun. CANVASSERS SI. 50 to $2 per hr. plus comm. Must have experience. Call LA. 8166. day or eves.. Mr. Danoff. CASHIER For downtown Real Estate Office. Must be capable of keeping cash book, commission and voucner records, nave anowieuae ui pay-roll work. In replying give references, state age and salary expected. Write Box 16160. Sun, Baltimore Stt SALES GIRLS For 5 Sc 10c. store work Must oe tnorouEniT no. nei. tr,"'.?.'i APQly New York 5 Sz 10. 2121 W. Pratt St SALESGIRLS To work Saturdays. Apply Klrsch's. 663 W. Lexington Mr Robert Cole. Security Laundry.. Ais- oulth & Oliver Sts. . WOMAN (white), middle sge. tamo mother. SALESLADY Experienced for Housewares Dept. time, permanent position. LEVENSON & KLEIN MONUMENT Sc CHESTER STS Pull BR. 9923. -CASmKPiott!stiDt lady. Experience de-GENERAL HOUSEWORKER-are small 1 sirable. Must be accurate typist. Please No Sunday. t25. Apply 9-3. 10D West- way South. Biveraaie apu.. xaiaaiei River 21. give details as to age. experience educa tion and salary expected in application. Address 17589. Sun. Upholstered furniture cleaned, recovered. - J"lST .V'-....,fc, f-w.Hi Tn live I CASHIER Exp. for restaurant. 35-40, CADDEN. 313 W Blddle St. BA,.e84 OrlUU. . ? .?, - Mu h" ,0C1 GARAUES BUILT carpenter repairs, l "i- j.,,. i rei. co i luto, ouu. cementing, oipcx wort, lowesi raiea. m I jhS a -nroi-nrnDifvii r-. t .mi. I CASHIER wanted, night wort, a to l.JU r, . r i.- i. jiv., ,, v. -..-. w v- T-0 TCI r rmrt. nrt Tl7nT. LI. isn. I ' MALE AND FEMALE 3925 LOMBARD ST. 5JndaTP3pTrTow'iPoTnC5g7mera Essex Middle R'v-r Walter Brooks Bradley, WON(l. MOWf I WILL NOT be responsible for any debts unless contrpcted by myseir. ALONZO R. GREIN. JR. GLEN BURNIE 1528-R I COUPLE live In. Woman to cook and do 2nd-lir. worx: man to ao lswir. ac Refs. ptVctyille odfil. ri ri. r. IA, tv tnixtjrrjcv. cawciicuucu iui i ii cry cleaning plant, tsieaay wr-rouno w'cu' CARPENTRY AND CABINET MAKING Kitchen units sc any repairs or rcmoasi- ing. H. Kolb" LO. 0184. WI. 0440. PAINTING-PAPERING and Wall Rcraping VTrwra eanrlH Tl H rflniKrid . OR 5541 eAPERHANQiNG Bcasona01a rateanc ornmot service J O'Tooie. CH. 57ST FLOOR SANDING Sc finishing. S15 a .rm CL. 4785 or CLi. 3862. w. wimama. wnrlr ODnnrturtitv for advancement. Ap ply Mr. Snyder. 898 W. Balto. St.. 9-12 1 A. M . exclusive girls' camp. Box 17595. Sun. WOMEN, 25-60. Must have poise, person ality as De lnterestea in a aignineo. seuir-n career. Full or cart time. Car helnftil hut not a necessity. Mrs. Retgle. CH. 0.450, Towsorw 2594. Friday. WOMEN (3). lor Watklns routes In Balto. Sc suburban localities. Also Westminster St Annapolis, Md. We train you. No layoff. Good pay Average 11.50 to S2.00 per h- comm 110 W, gist St. . VOUNO LADY To work with a larira oeneral Motors aeaiersnip. musi De aoi to operate a FBX board, must be a good typist with a knowledge of shorthand. Good salary. Pleasant working cond. GENERAL PONTIAO COtP.. 3200 Reis-trrtown Rd.. beipw Carllns Park. YOUNG LADY between 20 and 30 for smU office. Exo. not necessary. Must be dependable, intelligent and willing to learn. Chance for advancement Stesdr work. 5 dav week Temporary job seekers da nnjjnswer Aooly.ipxlTai2JJ?!2nJ YOUNG LADY Recent hieh school grad. uate. age 20-25. Shorthand, typing and filing exp essential. Must be presentable A able to meet the public. 5V-da week Apply to Mr. Brady. Baltimore Motors Corp.. 3300 E. Monument St, . YOUNG LADY Exo. For drug store patent medicine counter or soda fountain. Apply tt tj j.. J..Tr.,r.J.l-3729 B, Hanover St.. CU.2420 tn all Reaay-tO-Wear I YOUNG LADY, general offlre work. Typing SALESLADY Experienced In ladies' ready- to-wear ac accessories, reriuanciii.. new ant working conditions. Good salary St commissions to rtart. MARLENE SHOP 45S0 Edmondson Village SALESLADY Exp. preferred, for men's wear. Salary plus commissions, rieasani woium '-A 1 tions. Steady or part-time work. Good refs. Aoply CUfton Park Shop. 211 W. Balto. St. I SALESWOMEN READY-TO-WEAR Part Time SITUATIONS WANTED HMAlf (IT) CHECKER For dry cleaning plant. Experi- BARMAID & WAITRESS Exp. sires fny wort, sa. hbz-. Refs. De- WILLIAM J. TICKNER AND SONS, INC. North and PoiinsylvaitM A vat. LAFAYETTE 4321 Feniral Dirtctors Since 1tS3 PAINTING & DECORATING. Call lor ar estimate. Montebello Co. CL. 6364. . SINKS YOUNGSTOWN. 54-inch. J75 UP wait. arniPTSd RV STKAM. S6 UP HARRY ADAMS. LONGWQOD 3013 ASPHALT TILE. Plastic i and Wall Tile Casper rioor Service, Dnndalk 0908-J I PLASTERING "Arches, a patch, or a I RADIOS repaired lo your home TV service house." Jonn r. Schramm, prospect fn i Raaio Mosouai minic- ojq ut CLCBROOMS. Modern Kitchens. Remodel- PAPERHANGING br G I S10 St uo Im- ir.g. A MalO- PS. 3385. I roeaiai semce m iot 4.WNINGS repaired and resewed Estimates PAINTING Interior and exterior Frea e nn, mrv OS sftfi! I timates. low orlre LA 95"? . CARPENTRY Partitions, steps, porches. PAPERHANGING 20 ro. e.. $7 o Odd jobs a specialty. OI. 2280-J. Pairttr,t X plastering. PE 251 PAINTING. SPRAY or BRUSH. INTERIOR STONE WOKS., oi au sinos. aur EXTFRTOR TERMS U CASH. H.V "IWJ I orcser. puuievm . ; LANDSCAPING and SOD for sale. Call WIRING Fire-alarm sewepiP". reBu, F4strn TO' I irn ".ari'jrti nic, jmmtuj - COLLEGE Graduate desires summer work. Can type: familiar with dictaphone. Call CLifton 0735 GIRL (Col.) Wishes job as maid in store. MA. B640-R. - GIRL (CoL) desires work. 5 days wk. Loves HOPKINS 0220. 1 jad y. P.B X i typist, exp.. desires full- enced. Al Stein, 2002 Callow Ave. CLERICAL WORKER Intelligent and capable. Age limit JU. Hon nave proven ability. Wholesale liquor exp. helpful Oood salary. Hours 9 to 5 and no Saturdays. Call MU. 7130 for an appointment hixh- T.ffnnrtmJ'nt't lor CXDCTienCed & some bookkeeping. Apply onion Mavor r' - - . Co.. riTiora ni. . Well-grOOmed younp women. AP-YoUnG LADY Part-time stenographer. 4"4 W. fanxni nit YOUNG LADIES To oackage meats in self service super msrket. Warner s Food Store, Coldspring Lane Sc Loch Raven for ply Employment Office. THE MAY CO. Saleswomen PERMANENT POSITIONa IYOTJNO LADIES Over 18. Mm. Mcltlnn f-nll TTT 7fiR7 MTTBatWnntinR arftri (reaijitered) Year mnervlsory exp. Desires position inl doctor's office. Call CA. 6791. . , w. v... 2i . jl. . . ...... No bearldderi. tceis. cnristian. om m", NURSE Practical exp! 8-12 NURSB PRACTICAL Desires d7 OUtj. Exo. oooa reierences. is. aan. CI.KRICAL. WORKER Commercial school eraduate. No experience necessary .? .,,.. experience reouired Exeellent Box 18040. Sun. I nin. rnmmisslon Many CLERK-TYPIST Permanent position avail-j employe benefits, such as profit sharing. aoie id our iccouuujw ncfi. ivi 1 retiremeni pian i ui i vmu ui . . w -. T.lhrl emoiove aiscounis. oaia Wyrdhurst Ave., Roland Park. summer pay. 313 YOUNG LADIE3 (2 25-35 to work in dell- catessen. cau alter .w r. . o o- --- erine 8t young lady. Excellent working cond. in modern air-cooled office. Must be thor- n-V, 1 14Bhl- nrt patltth'p 40 hr. 5Wp day wk. For interview call Mr. MeClin- tOCIr. PL. , CLERK-TYPIST 18 or over. No exp. nee-1 ciT ARLE S Sc FAYETTE STS4THFL h'- ut- essary. June graduate, accewsbte. Some -CHARLE shorthand requirea. wsiaen w. w :--,V w-n.iTirnnr. fit YOUNG WOMAN 25-3S rs of are. with PBX experience. Interesting position. Pleasant surround- READ'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE READ'S . EMPIENT OFFK:E tion. et ebon. AdpIv tn person Do not tele- ISSwtii " --.-V V.VA.1, J,i 'iiVV A . .AyiV.V' CARPENTRY 35 rs.' exp. Stairways, tf ib PL ASTERING Arches .Blurations. a good I .n. . .u.r.flm. .11 unri. im uir I ;nh thru e-nerien'-e Fr est. DI 6393 I HOMV IMPROVEMENTS WALL bt-'KAr-ifli cr simui a-,.. I OITVFR CONST. CO. TOW3QN 0390 1 n-n--nr,gtT- K O Thomag CL I PRFVESTO Additions Cement Oel'.srv WAITPAP"R R MTO ' eteam. Stucco Stone and Brick Woik. WL 7339. estimates. Belie, LL 5n2. TO PLACE SUN-ADS CALL LE. 7700 ASK FOR CLASSIFIED S.W. sect, preferred. CaU in person only. . a . -.. a 4"tAn In. r, r tllst ac ui., . ijui a. vawu - - Wshir!gton Blvd. I CLERK-STENOGRAPHER High School graauace. or over, iur nrauutuii 5 day. 40 hr. wk. Cooperative Mills. 2101 E. Fort ave ynone ru ocou CLERK In collection dept. St I general office work. Oood ssla CPPt. me rtevai onoa iperi-'rVTCJi w.nted Must be exi enced in nign quaiuy wor '"'," 4ns nlanl Ann v nsn UT7 CiClum w Laundry Co.. 2565 Pennsylvania Ave. Mr. Trtn RAM tn 11 A.M. fi-r4toif . aTTKnr.aATWfS Law assist In I office: eril-tnJ.f,,?.re.,."3!,'l K'M1;. CHRI F3 Xr FAYTTTT ST3 4TH FI. GENERAL OFFICE WORKER 17-35. txperienced. bookkeeping, typing. P.B.r. Monitor Bosrd. Shortharid pre. ferreof. 40-hr. wk. Permanent. Position open middle of July. Pulaski Hywy.. I blk from No. 6 bus. Stat references. flox 170i5. S"D. - fIF.NF.TtAT. OFFICE WORKER rrnw i- ."-t to v.TVnaT fiver lit interesting wo-i. 5L."ll"V. - ary. Salary 35 Per k. Box 17968. Sun. 613 W- Balto St a,yCVVt:toTi1eu St pen.l- Sent. Mlon otien iHulT. Wi ken, Ave ' StCTieTARY-Exp Mleiene OTl jj j,u, line. Stat references. Box ir. ntial Permsnent. wltn aovance-' ment. Phon Towson 0820. 17067. Sun. 4E3 ' th h eat r. J50 r We id 'tr-'nS 'I. ! . - II j- C ,11 iirr O j ,f:. A 1 1

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