The Baltimore Sun from Baltimore, Maryland on December 29, 1942 · 20
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. 20 Classifications Nos. I to 14 THE SUN, BALTIMORE, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 29, 1942 3n iflemonam d Booklet of 132 Specimen in Memo- nam tributes sent jree upon request BONHAf.E. In loving memory of our dear mother. MARY, who departed this life 36 Years ago today, Dec. 29. 1905 Ht son and daughter-in-law, HARRY and MARY" BOXHAGE, San Francisco. Cal. 29e POPP. In memory of my lifelong friend. CLARA (STELLA), who died one year Old days I live them over. New friends are dear to me. But my old friends are the best of all. J;rr as you used to be. FRIEND BARBARA. 79 737 North Chester Street. I 23eatfjs (2) Notices received too late tor classification will be found on Page 2 ALLEN. On December 26. 1542, JOHN HENRY, at United State"; Marine Ht-pitai, aze 79 years. lumber of General Fitzhugh Lee Camp No. 8. C 5 W V A M Interment in National Ceme- ! tery. Baltimore. Md 30 I Bor,OPP. Suddenlv. on December 28. Iii2. at the home of his son. Dr. Bar-tu T BazEopo. 3S12 Greenmount averse. CHARLES WALDRON, aged 77 rears, husband cf the late Annie L. Funeral services at the Chapel of S;-wart & Mown Company. 103 West BtKIR On December 27. 1942. LEON- ARD P. beloved husband of Florence; Cisrk Baker, of Ruxton. Md 30 Friends may call at Stewart ft Mowen Company. 103 West North ave- i rue on Tuesday. Funeral services at 1 FcOnon Chapel of Emmanuel Church Interment Greenmount Cemetery. B KF.R. On December 28. 1942. LEON-i i'iLuA mee Hi i.uiTs.,ii i. ol 220 1 North! Charles, tret. beloved wife of the late; S;irrul F Baker, and mother of Mrs Atbert Toney. Mrs. Daze Carson and Dv.:ti Connors. Funeral services will be at the William Cock Mansion. St. Paul and Preston streets, on Tuesday at 3.30 P. M. Interment m Batlimore Cemetery. 29e B1RVFTT. On December 28. 1542. AL-MOZA H . beloved husband of Dor-ctt;v T. Harnett Funeral from his home. 2504 Lakeland avenue, on Thursday at 12.45 P M Sen ices at Mount Carmel Meth-ori-st Episcopal Church. Baltimore county. Maryland, at 2.30 P. M. Interment in the adjoining cemetery. 30e BAXTER On December 27. 1942. JOHN WILLLAM. beloved husband of Katie V Eaiter i nee Fahertyi. Funeral from his home. 3022 Barclay rtreet. on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o clock. Interment Lorraine Park Cemetery. 29e BAXTER. The Veteran Employes" Association of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Baltimore Division. No. 2. announces with deep regret the death o: a beloved member, JOHN YvTL-1 LIAM EAXTR. W. L. JEFFERS. 29 President. BERKOWITZ-OR-BI'RKE. On December 23. 142. HERMAN, beloved hus-ond of Bertha Berkowitz (nee Ber-get'. c: 1547 Clifton avenue, and be-i;-. ed father of Edmund Audreen, Harriet and Stanley Berkowitz. rntrai from Sol Levinson ft Bros. Kon-.e. 1124-26 West North avenue, oni vketmescay. December 30. at 11 A. M. Interment m Ohrknesseth Israel Congregation Cemetery, Rosedale. IPlease crr.:t flowers. 30e BOTTERILL On December 28, 1942, LEROY M. i Florist i. of University FarKway and St. Paul street, age 60 years, the beloved husband of Mabel c B-Tter:li (nee Brady i. it funeral services will be at his fcrrue. 1763 Gorsuch avenue. Due ne t li e. 29e BOYF.R. At the home for the aged of :"". Methodist Episcopal Church, on Dt-ccrnter 27. 1942. JOHN Q aee 73 ears, beloved husband or Helen Byer (nee Grape). Funeral services will be at the William Cook Mansion, St. Paul and Freston streets, on Wednesday at 3PM Interment In Greenmount Cemetery. 30e BRANDENBURG. On December 28. 1942. at his home. Alpha. Howard county. Maryland. WILLIAM M., aged 65 vears. beloved husband of Effie Musser Erandenburg. 30e Funeral from the above residence Wednesday. December 30. at 2 P. M. Interment in Mount View Cemetery. BROWN On December 26. 1942. DELMA Docket y. of St. Paul Courts Apartments, aeed 64 vears. beloved w.fe cf Albert C. Brown and son Charles A Wilmington (Del.) papers! please copy I j Funeral will be at the William Cook iv.ii.tjii. ct. r bui tinu rresion streets, on Tuesday at 2 P. M. Interment in Parkwood Cemetery 2!e Bt C'KI.rY. On December 25. 1942. SAMUEL O.. beloved husband of the late Elizabeth Buckley, of 1909 East-err, avenue Funeral from Lilly ft Zeller. Inc.. Fur.-ral Home. Eastern avenue and Wolfe street, on Tuesdav. December 2r'. at 2 P M Interment In Mount Carmel Cemetery. 2De CL RK On December 23, 1042. fornier-r. v! 112S Scott street. GEORGIA ANNA, beloved wife of the late Jacob B Clark. luneml from Ambrose. Inc.. Funeral -:2X ? Ffs,ll:1'2i0'nJroad- Fransi.n street, on Thursday at! 7 V C T ... . . .. T T T . 1 1 . - . . ,ii..b i.i j. i ii.ii Leme- tery. Laurel. Md. 31e D4VI5 On December 27. 1942. DORA BELLt. Parslev). beloved wife of William P Davis F-ineral services will be at her home. 5312 Etheibert avenue, on Wednesday : 2 P. M Interment In Druid Ridge Cemetery 3()e DFt KERT Suddenly, on December 26, KhlMHARDT H . beloved hus-: bar.d of the late Edna Scully Deckert I Funeral from the home of his sister.' Mrs Florence Deckert Adams. 535 West ! Harr.burK street, on Tuesdav at 2 P. M.I Interment In Loudon Park Ceme-: terv 2!e DIORIO. On December 28. 1942. ROCHE ' A . aL-ed 50 years, the beloved husband cf Margaret Diorio. I The f uneral will be at his home, j S34 South Boudin street, on Thursday) st E.30 o'clock Pecuiem Mass at St. I eripid s Church at 9 A. M. Interment In Trinity Cemetery. 31 DIXON. On Dpc.-r.ber 23. 1942. at the heme cf his daughter. Mrs. Hilda M. Lawrence. 227 East North avenue. MARTIN CLIFFORD, beloved husband el Louisa Stowe D;xon. F.emians may be viewed at Wiede-feld and Sons Funeral Home. Greenmount and Twenty-second street, until 3 P. M. Tuesdav. December 23. Interment at Miami. Fla. 23e I ARP. On December 27. 1942. STEPHEN P SR.. of 521 Tunbridge road, age 78 years, ioved husband of D. Jean-tftte E .p i nee Watts i. Funeral services will be at the William Cook Mansion. St. Paul and Preston streets, on Wednesday at 1.30 P. M. Interment in Western Cemetery. 30e EASTMAN. On December 20. 1042. at Tusccc. Ariz.. ALVA COLEMAN, aged 25 year, beloved wife of Everett Eastman Remains can be reviewed after 10 K M Monday Funeral from the Ullrich Funeral Hone Orleans and Washington ttreetsi, on Tuesday at 2 P M Interment :n Parkwood Cemetery 29 Durward Q. Covington JututaC )teect AIL IIAFRALS CONDUCTED BY COVINGTON SFRVICE ARE KINDLED ON THE SAME HIGH PLANE OF SFRVICE AND EFFICIENCY. OUR RNGi: OF PRICES FOR A COMPLETE FUNERAL BEGINS AS LOW AS S1C0. 25th St. at Maryland Ave., UN. 5095 Beatljs 2 ECKER.0n December 28. 1942. WTL- FORD G.. beloved husband of Florence (nee Heath). Funeral services will be held at his home. 1904 Longwood street, on Thursday at 2 P. M. Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery. 31 E.MMART. On December 28, 1942, at Johns Hopkins Hospital, M. LORET-TO. of 2303 Edgemont avenue, wife of the late Howard Emmart. Funeral from H. W. Mears & Son, 805 North Calvert street, on Thursday, December 31, at 8.30 A. M. Requiem mass at the Cathedral at 9 A. M. Interment Cathedral Cemetery. Please omit flowers. 31 iESSIG. On December 28. 1942. ALAN R., beloved infant son of William W and Dorothy A. Essie (nee Leonard). Funeral from 105 Raspe avenue on Tuesday at 3.30. Interment in Park wood Cemetery. 29e FEHRER. Suddenly, on December 25 1942, GEORGE, aged 66 years, beloved husband of the late Agnes Fehrer nee Miller). Services from his home. 1616 Harford avenue, on Tuesday at 11 A. M Interment in Baltimore Cemetery. 29 bourne avenue, Govans. Funeral from the John A. Moran Funeral Home. Forty-second street and Greenmount avenue (entrance on Forty-second street), on Tuesday, December 29. at 8.30 A. M. Requiem High Mass at St. Mary's Church. Govans at 9 A. M. Interment in New Cathedral Cemetery 29 rRANKl.lN On December 28 1942, JACOB, age 91 years, father of the late Bennle Franklin, of Lockearn. Md. Funeral services are to be held at H Sander A: Sons. North avenue and Broadway, on Wednesday at 2 P. M. Interment in Baltimore Cemetry. 30e - Kl'IILBL'RN. At the home of her dautfhter. Mrs. John Ashe. Providence. R. I., on December 26, 1942. MARY (nee Weaver), beloved wife of the late William Gallagher. Funeral services will be at the William Cook Mansion. St. Paul and Preston streets, on Tuesday at 11 A. M. Interment In Western Cemetery. 29e G ALLOW AY. On December 26. 1942, at her home, near Tarboro, N. C, MARGARET, widow of Samuel T. Galloway, In her one hundred and third year. Funeral from the Fleming Funeral Home. 1426 Light street, on Tuesday at 2 P. M. Interment In Druid Ridge Cemetery 29e GERHARD. On December 26. 1942, MARGUERITE M. (nee Knipp), of 2401 Brohawn avenue. Lakeland, beloved wife of George Gerhard. 30e Services at the A. Howard Evans Funeral Home. 1400 South Charles street, on Wednesday at 11 A. M. Burial In Loudon Park Cemetery. GERHARD. Trinity Chapter. No. 99. Order of the Eastern Star, announces with deep sorrow the death of SISTER MARGUERITE GERHARD. Eastern Star funeral. IRMA V. WEED. 29e Worthy Matron. GERLACH. On December 26. 1942, FRANK P.. beloved husband of Mary Gerlach (nee Hahn). Services from Martin W. E. Dippel 6 Sons Funeral Home. Lombard and Ann streets, on Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock. Interment Baltimore Cemetery. 29 GRAFTON. On December 23, 1942, MARY JANE, beloved daughter of the late Basil and Elizabeth Grafton. Funeral services at her home, near Emmorton, Md.. on Thursday at 1.30 P. M. Interment in Mount Carmel Cemetery. (Please omit flowers. 30e HARDEN. On December 28. 1942. COR-RILLIE (LILLIE. nee Carson), beloved wife of Ulysses G. Harden. Funeral services will be held at her home. 2430 Calverton Heights avenue, on Thursday at 1 P. M. Interment in Mount Pleasant Cemetery. (Cumberland (Md.) papers please copy.l 31 HAWKINS. Suddenly on December 26, 1942. JOHN R. V.. son of the late Richard W. and Emily A. Hawkins. Friends may call at Wm. J. Tlckner & Sons. North and Pennsylvania avenues, on Monday after 7 P. M. Services on Tuesday at 1.30 P. M. Interment in Friendship Cemetery, Anne Arundel county. 29e HEISE. On December 28, 1942, EMIL C, of 743 North Chester street, age 83 years, beloved husband of the late Mary A. Helse. 31e Funeral services will be at the Wm. Cook Mansion, St. Paul and Preston streets, on Thursday at 11 A. M. Interment at Holy Redeemer Cemetery. HENSLER. On December 28, 1942, at her home, 2533 Edmondson avenue, LENA E. (nee Stewart), beloved wife of the late Henry Hensler. 29e Funeral from the above residence, of which due notice will be given. HFRCHENHAV. On December 27. 1942. WILLIAM C. beloved husband of Rose A. Herchenhan (nee McOee). Services at his home. 1626 Clarkson street, on Wednesday at 8.30 A. M. Requiem Mass at St. Mary's Star of the Sea Church at 9 A. M. Interment In Holy Cross Cemetery. 29e IIII.L. On December 28, 1942. GEORGE B . age 76 years, the beloved husband of the late Mary B. Hill (nee Clemm). Funeral from the Ullrich Funeral Home. Orleans and Washington streets, on Thursday at 2 P. M. Interment in Oak Lawn Cemetery. 31 HIU.EARY. On December 26. 1942. at Orlando. Fla.. EDWARD M. HILLEARY. beloved husband of Ida Martin Hllleary. Funeral services will be held at the home of Harry H. Witzke. 4101 Edmondson avenue, on Wednesday at 11 A. M. Interment In Loudon Park ,,. tn 30 . 111V HOLMSTED. Suddenlv, on December 26, 1942. MARTIN. SR.. beloved husband of the late Mary Holmsted. Fneral from his late residence, 1301 South Hanover street, on Tuesday at 2 P. M. Interment in Cedar Hill Cemetery. 29e JONES. On December 28. 1942. EMMA J., beloved wife of the late James T. Jones. Funeral from her home. 506 Edmondson avenue, Catonsville, on Thursday at 10.30 A. M. Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery. 39e KASZI B1NSKI. On December 27. 1942, FRANK, beloved husband of Josephine Funeral from his late residence, 1618 Cereal street. Curtis Bay. on Wednesday, December 30, at 8.30 A. M. Re quiem Mass will be said at St. Atha- nasius' Church at 9 A. M. Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery, Annapolis Boule vard. 29e A Mortuary Rendering the Finest Service to the Bat Families Since 1870 Stewart & M owen W P Wooden. Succr 108 West North Avenue MUlberry 1342 : F L O W E It S x Complete Floral Service With Price Reasonable Chas. I. House 2600-2 E. Federal St. WOIfe 7876 Searljs 2 KEEFER. On December 25, 1942, ELIZABETH, of 3604 Keystone avenue, beloved wife of the late Harry D. Keefer. Funeral from the A. S. Marshall Home, 3539 Falls road, on Tuesday at 1.15 P. M. Services at Woodberry Methodist Church at 2 P. M. Interment in St. Mary's Cemetery, Hampden. 29e KENNEY. On December 27, 1942, at his home, 3015 Shannon Drive, JOHN JOSEPH, beloved husband of Edna Houseman Kenney. Funeral from the above residence, on Tuesday, December 29, at 8.30 A. M. Requiem Mass at the Shrine of the Little Flower Church. Belalr road at Brendan avenue at 9 A. M. Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery. 29 KIRSCHKE. On December 26, 1942, AUDREY V., beloved daughter of Martha A and the late William E. Shortt. Funeral from John F. Denny, Inc., Funeral Home, Light and Montgomery streets, on Tuesday at 2.30 P. M Interment in Cedar Hill Cemetery. 29e KONDNER. On December 28, 1942, MARGARET M.. beloved wife of Frederick C. Kondner. Funeral from her home, Ferndale, on Thursday at 2 P. M. Interment In Cedar Hill Cemetery. 31e LEEKE. On December 26, 1942. at Johns Hopkins Hospital. JAMES DRAKELY. husband of Sara E. Leeke, son. of the late William H. and Margaret J. Leeke Funeral- services will be held at William J. Tlckner & Sons. North and Pennsylvania avenues, on Tuesday at 2 P. M. Interment in Druid Ridge Cemetery. Friends may call after 6 P. M. Monday. 29e LISZEWSKI. On December 27, 1942, STANISLAUS, of 1801 Bank street, beloved husband of Jadwiga Liszewska (nee Godlewska). Funeral from the home of his niece, Mr3. Alexandra Szczepanska, 2209 Bank street, on Thursday at 7.30 A. M. Requiem Mass at Holy Rosary Church at 8 o'clock. Interment in Holy Rosary Cemetery. 30e LOHRMANN, On December 28, 1942, at her home, F'erndaie, Md., CLARA E. (nee Deauer), beloved wife of George L. Lohrmann. Funeral services will be held at William J. Tlckner & Sons, North and Pennsylvania avenues, of which due notice will be given. 29e LL'DVIGSEN. On December 27. 1942, WILLA MAE, of 321 Regester avenue, beloved wife of Edward G. Ludvigsen. Funeral services will be at the William Cook Mansion, St. Paul and Preston streets, on Wednesday at 11 A. M. Interment in Moreland Memorial Park. 30e MAISCH. On December 28, 1942. at the residence of his daughter. Mrs. William Nollmeyer. 3443 Parklawn avenue, JOSEPH A., beloved husband of Gertrude R. Maisch (nee Thalheimer). Services from Leonard J. Ruck's Funeral Home, 5305 Harford road, of which due notice will be given. 29e MARS. On December 28. 1942, THERESA, beloved wife of the late John Maks. Funeral from her late residence, 104 Willard street, on Thursday, December 31, 1942. at 8.15 A. M. Solemn Requiem High Mass at Fourteen Holy Martyrs' Church at 9 A. M. Interment in New Cathedral Cemetery. 31 McALEER. On December 28, 1942, at her late residence, 848 West Pratt street, MARY E., beloved daughter of the late John and Margaret McAleer (nee Godfrey). Funeral from the Funeral Home of John J. Cowan & Son. 901-03 Hollins street, on Thursday, December 31, at 8.30 A. M. Requiem mass at St. Peter's Church at 9 A. M. Interment in New Cathedral Cemetery. 30e McCOLLOUGH. On December 26. 1942, JOHN ANDREW, of 1118 Montpelier street, aged 81 years, beloved husband of the late Sarah E. McCollough (nee Sh reeves i Funeral services will be at the William Cook Mansion. St. Paul and Preston streets, on Tuesday at 1.30 P. M. Interment In Baltimore Cemetery. 29e MILLS. Suddenly, on December 28. 1942. at his home. 3301 Glen avenue, EZEKIEL. beloved husband of Catherine (Kate) Mills (nee Winder). Funeral services will be held at William J. Tlckner & Sons. North and Pennsylvania avenues, of which due notice will be given. 29e MIZEROVSKYOnbecember 261942, DOLORES (nee Moore), m her twenty-second year, beloved wife of James Mlzerovsky, and daughter of John and Amelia Moore. Funeral from the home of her parents. 3557 Greenmount avenue, on Tuesday at 2 P. M. Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery. 29e MUELLER. On December 27. 1942, THEODORE P. P. MUELLER. SR.. beloved husband of Clara Hetz Mueller, of 2434 Calverton Heights avenue Funeral services will be held at the home of Harry H. Witzke, 4101 Edmondson avenue, on Thursday at 11 A. M. Interment In Loudon Park Cemetery. 31 MUELLER. Martha Chapter, No. 30, O. E. S. announces with deep sorrow the death of PAST PATRON BROTHER THEODOP1; P P. MUELLER Eastern Star Services at the Funeral Home Thursday at 11 A. M. 31 ADA M. KENNEDY. Worthy Matron. MUELLER. Ashler Association announces with deep regret the death of BROTHER THEODORE P. P. MUELLER, SR. 30 FRANK R. MYLLO. President. MURDOCH. On December 26. 1942. JAMES G.. aged 59 years, beloved son of Dorothea (nee Koch) and the late James Murdock. Funeral from his home, 043 South Bouldln street, on Tuesday, at 8.30 A. M. Requiem High Mass at Sacred Heart Church at 9 A. M. Interment New Cathedral Cemetery. 29 MYTKA. On December 25. 1942. MATTHEW, beloved husband of the late Maryanna Mytka. Funeral from his late residence. 2013 East Pratt street, on Wednesday at 8.30 A. M. Requiem High Mass at St. Stanislaus' Church at 9 A. M. Interment In St. Stanislaus' Cemetery. 29e NOCTOR7-Ion December 27. 1942. MARY Ann (nee Byrne) the beloved wife of James Noctor. Funeral from her home, 1212 Home-wood avenue on Wednesday at 8.15 A. M. Requiem Mass at St. John's Church at 9 A. M. Interment Holy Redeemer Cemetery. 30 ?! J more for UH- fn 1 10 rich's service f j I than for any C other ... yet you Ml W are assured in IMj ffJ advance, by our Ml 1 old - established fM fsk reputation, of a 111 service of the fii Wi very finest qual- P C ity, and interest- jJ J j! ed, personal at- i I fey tention. 3j II I if j? J rminii iwi l HIM 1 1 B f-3 M! ULLillolB fll - gj FUNERAL HOME lg IiCI BRoadway 4422-3313 l 2004-2008 ORW4ANS ST. W I! i5vJ -SalS AEM8ER. THE ORDERjC JS'fc:: OF THE GOLDENRUlf ' j kii eatfjs (2) N'OVAEZ. "On December 26, 1942, MARTHA LOUISE, age 32 years, wife of Gulmar Novaez and daughter of Jesse F. and Lydla J. Clugston. 29e Funeral from the home of her pn-ents, Flohrvillc, Md., Tuesday, December 29, at 1 o'clock. Interment In Springfield Cemetery, Sykesvllle, Md. PERSE. On December 28, 1942, JOSEPH J., beloved husband of Laura Perse. Funeral from his late residence, 2105 Gough street, on Thursday, December 31. Due notice. 31 PETERSON. On December 27, 1942, MARGARET BARRON (nee Carey), beloved wife of Walter G. Peterson. Funeral from the Brooks Chapel, Sparks, Md., on Tuesday at 8.30 A. M. Requiem Mass in St. Joseph's Church, Texas. Md.. at 9 A. M. Interment In Poplar Church Cemetery. 29e PL ACID E. On December 28, 1942. at Sudley. Md.. GEORGE H.. beloved husband cf Miggie K. Placlde. Due notice later. 29e PLOWMAN. On December 26, 1942, WILLIAM O. PLOWMAN. Funeral services and Interment private. 29e PRIDGEON. On December 28. 1942, ANNA, beloved wife of Jerome Prld-geon Funeral from her home, 1018 North Luzerne avenue, Thursday morning at 8.15. Requiem High Mass at St. Wen-ceslaus' Church at 9 o'clock. Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery. 30e RAMSEY . HILDA . interned In Mount Zlon Cemetery. Freeland, Md., on December 24, 1942. 29e REINKE. On December 27. 1942, HENRY FREDERICK, husband of Lina Relnke. of 4243 Hall avenue. Funeral from the Funeral Home of Robert Brooks & Son. Calhoun and Hollins streets, on Wednesday, December 30. at 10 A M. Interment tn Loudon Park Cemetery. 30 RILEY. On December 27. J942. J. ARCHER, husband of the late Jessie Riley (nee Colgun). Funeral from his late home. Pleas-antville, Harford county, Md., Wednesday. December 30. at 9.15 A. M. Mass at St. John's Catholic Church, Long Green. Md.. at 10 A. M. Interment In adjoining cemetery. 30 RILEY. On December 27, 1942, AMELIA E., wife of the late Charles L. Riley. Funeral from her home. 1403 East Federal street, on Wednesday at 11 A. M. Interment in Baltimore Cemetery. 30 R17F.BECK. On December 27, 1942, ELIZABETH, beloved wife of the late George Ruebeck. Funeral from the home of her son, Charles Schwarz, 809 South Ogden street, near Fait avenue. Hudson Heights on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment St. Matthew's Cem etery. 30e SCHMITT On December 26. at her residence, 2020 East Pratt street. MARY B., beloved daughter of the late George and Anna Schmitt. Funeral from the above residence on Wednesday. December 30, at 8.30 A M. Requiem High Mass at St. Michael's Church at 9 A. M. Interment Holy Redeemer Cemetery. 30 SIEGEL. On December 28. 1942, HENRY, beloved husband of Genevieve Siegel (nee Sauers). Funeral from his late residence. 1009 West North avenue, on Wednesday, December 30, at 10.30 A. M. Interment In Baltimore Hebrew Cemetery. 30 SIMPSON. On December 27, 1942, DR. SAMUEL KYLE, aged 79 years, the husband of Blanche Simpson. The funeral services will be at the William Cook Mansion, St. Paul and Preston streets, Wednesday at 11 o'clock. Interment at Druid Ridge Cemetery. 30e SMELSER. On December 25. 1942. at her home, 2616 Woodbrook avenue, CLARA R. (nee Shaeffer), beloved wife of David Benton Smelser. Funeral services will be held at William J. Tlckner & Sons, North and Pennsylvania avenues, on Tuesday at 1 P. M. Interment in Krclder s Cemetery. Westminster. 29 SMITH. On December 28. 1942. CHARLES, formerly of Frederick. Md , beloved son of the late Thomas H. and Annie Manning Smith. - Funeral from The Little Sisters of the Poor Thursday morning at 9 o'clock. Interment In Cathedral Cemetery 30e SMITH. 6nDecember 28, 1942, FRANK, aged 40 years, beloved son of the late Frank and Katherine Smith. Funeral will be at the William Cook Mansion, St. Paul and Preston streets. Due notice later. 29e S.MOLKA. On December 27. 1942, FRANK (formerly of 3217 Belmont avenue), beloved husband of Agnes B. Smolka (nee White). ICumberland (Md.) papers please copy.l Funeral from John J. Fahey and Sons. 1318 Light street, on Wednesday at 9 A. M. Requiem Mass at St. Edward's Church at 9.30 A. M. Interment Moreland Memorial Park. 30 S.ML'LLEN GItEEN. On December 27. 1942, SARAH F.. In her Sfith year, the mother of Upshur L. Green, of Bridge-ton, N. J.; Mrs. Sadie Oliver, of Baltimore; Edgar Lay Green, of Pittsburgh, Pa., and the lato William O Green, of Florida. Friends and relatives may call ut the William Cook Mansion. St. Paul and Preston streets, on Monday until 10 P. M. Funeral services and burial nt the Grace Episcopal Church, Mount Vernon, Somerset county, Md. ' 29 SNYDER. On December 27. 1942, at his home. 2732 Reisterstown rond, ALBERT F.. beloved husband of I, aura Abbott Snyder. 21le Services will be held at William J. Tlckner & Sons, North and Pennsylvania avenues on Tuesday at 2.30 P.M. Interment in Druid Ridge Cemetery. STAAB. On December 26. 1942. MARY A. (nee Fecher), beloved wife of the late Valentine H. Staab Funeral from her late residence, 5604 Fair Oaks avenue, on Tuesday at 8.45 A. M. Requiem Mass at St. Dominic's Church at 9.30 A. M. Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery. 29 STAMBAUGIL On December 26. 1942, at her residence, 2942 Huntington avenue. ALTHEA BERRY, beloved wife of Orville B. Stambaugh. Funeral from the above residence on Tuesday. December 29, at 2 P. M. Interment In Druid RldgeCemetery. 29e STEINTbn December 28, 19427 GUSTAV A. (of 805 Burgundy street), son of the late Peter and Catherine Stein. Funeral from the Parlors of Joseph B. Cook (E. W. Lamoreau successor). 1003 West Baltimore street, on Wednesday at 2 P. M. Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery. 30e STONE. On December 26, 1942 J. LESLIE, beloved son of John L., and Dora F. Stone (nee Wolfe), of 605 East Arlington avenue, Govans. 29e Relatives and friends are Invited to attend the funeral services at the home of Harry H. Witzke, 4101 Edmondson avenue on Tuesday at 11 A. M. Interment In Mount Olivet Cemetery, Frederick, Md., at 1.30 P. M. STRICKFR. On December 26, 1942. JOHN W.. beloved husband of the late Mary Ann Strieker (nee Teague). Funeral from his late residence, 3039 Fleetwood avenue, on Tuesday at 9.45 A M. Requiem Mass at St. Domonlc's Church at 10.30 A. M. Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery 29 TAYLOR. Suddenly, on December 27, 1942, In his eighteenth year, RICHARD C, beloved son of Merrltt I. and Elizabeth R. Taylor, of 530 North Loudon avenue. Funeral services will be held at William J. Tlckner & Sons, North and Pennsylvania avenues, on Wednesday at 11.30. Interment private. 30 TH.GHMAN. On Mondav, December 28. 1942. WILLIAM DONNF.LL, husband of Elsie Gordon, at his home, Easton. Md. 29e I TRAGESER. On December 27. 1942, ROSE, of 444 E. Twenty-second street, beloved daughter of the late John and Mary Trageser (nee Thalheimer). 29e Funeral services from Wledefeld & Son Funeral Home, Greenmount avenue and Twenty-second street, on Wednesday at 8.30 A. M. Requiem High Mass at St. Ann's Church at 9. A. M. Interment Holy Redeemer Cemetery. TRENIIOLM. On Saturday, December 26, 1942, at the Women's Hospital, AUGUSTA JOHNS, beloved wife of the late Julian Chlsolm Trenholm. Services at Henry W. Jenkins & Sons, Co.. oh Tuesday at 11 A. M. Interment private. 29 eatfts (2) TRUST Suddenly on December 26. 1942. at his residence, 4573 McArthur Boulevard North West, Washington, D. C, HARRY, beloved husband of Jeannette Trust (nee Mowen and brother of Frederick Trust and father of May Trust. 29 Funeral services from Hines Funeral Parkrs. Washington, D. C, 12 noon Tuesday. Burial in Arlington, Va. WAGNER. On December 28. 1942, WALTER M.. aged 63 years, the beloved husband of Addle Wagner. The funeral services will be at the William Cook Mansion, St. Paul and Preston streets, on Wednesday at 2 P. M. Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery, Anne Arundel county. 30e WALSH. On December 28. 1942, WILLIAM, beloved son of the late Anna and Patrick Walsh. Funeral from the Parlors of F. D. Wlppert & Son, Baltimore and Mon- " roe streets, on Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock. Requiem mass at St. Martin's Church at 8.30 o'clock. Interment in St. Peter's Cemetery. 30 WEBER. On December 28. 1942, WILLIAM D.. beloved son of the late Samuel A. and Ida C. Weber, formerly of 1257 Carroll street. Funeral from the Parlors of Joseph B. Cook (E. W. Lamoreau successor), 1003 West Baltimore street, on Thursday at 10.30 A. M. Interment In Woodlawn Cemetery. 30e WHITE-R AND EL. On December 27. 1942. CARRIE (nee Hell), beloved wife of the late James White. Funeral from the residence of her daughter. Mrs. Thomas J. Doyle. 7023 Dunbar road, Dundalk, on Thursday, December 31. at 9 A. M. Reoulem High Mass at St. Elizabeth's Church at 10 A. M. Interment in Parkwood Cemetery. 31 WO.ITYSIAK. On December 26, 1942. at her- home, 622 South Port street SOPHIA WOJTYSIAK, beloved mother of Walter Watson. Funeral from George Lelmback's Funeral Home. 525 North l.vndhurst street, at end of 3000 block Edmondson avenue, on Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock, thence to Holy Rosary Church where Requiem High Mass will be said for the repose of her soul nt 8.30 o'clock. Interment In New Cathedral Cemetery. 29 YOUNG. On December 26, 1942. SADIE Louise, at her home, 705 Dolphin street. She Is survived by her sister-in-law. Henrietta Dawson; nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the above home. 29e Funeral services Wednesday, 1 P. M.. from St. James' Episcopal Church. Interment In Arbutus Memorial Park. FUNERAL DIRECTORS (4) Modern Est. 1848 Funeral Service JOHN F. DENNY, INC. Light and Montgomery Sts. Motor Equipment South 14161417 The Best LILLY & ZEILER, INC. Funeral Home. Eastern & Wolfe. WO 14SS 405 S Wolfe St. 700 S Conkllng St Phone Wolfe 1433 Phone Wolfe 1222. G. HOWARD STRONG 3207 W North Ae at Hilton MA 4354 17 years with the late John F. Denny. MILTON SCHILLING FORMERLY OF MONUMENT NR AISQUITH 3914 S HANOVER ST. CURTIS 1185. George Schilling & Sons Formerly of Monument ft Alsqulth Sts If Wanted Call Residence. Belmont 7096 CLARENCE F. HOFFMANN 1639 N Broadway BR 5386 21 years nith the late George W Zirkler PHILIP HERWIG SONS 2024 Orleans St Wolfe 5547 Bdw 2219 CEMETERIES AND LOTS (5) PARKWOOD Balto.'s most beautiful burial estate Memorial Park fz Monument Sections Public Mausoleum Chapel Perpetual Care Non-sectarian Terms Executive office. 3310 Taylor ave. Ha. 0588 "FOR THOSK WHO CARE" OAK LAWN CEMETERY Back-Middle River "P" Bus to entrance REASONABLE PRICES TERMS TO SUn Phone Vernon 6741 Essex 5. LOUDON PRK. CEMETERY 3801 FREDERICK RD. Transportation for Inspection. Free Bus Service to New Sections. Gllraor 0772-0773. LEX. 6838-6839. MORELAND MEMORIAL PARK The Cemetery Without Monument Office 5806 Harford Rd. Ham. 1337 BALTIMORE CEMETERY Desirable Memorial Monument or Lawn Sections; $35 Upward Per Grave, Terms North Ave.. East of Gay St Wolfe 1101 0 1TJ c e closed o n Su nd ays & H o 1 1 d a y DRUID RIDGE CEMETERY PIKESVILLE Executive Office. 505 Cathedral St Lex 6838 01TlceCeinetery;For4.,i45. Pikes 159 WOODLAWN CEMETERY " PUBLIC CHAPEL AND MAUBOLKUM TRANSPORTATION FOR INSPECTION Office. FOrest 6000 Woodlawn. Md LORRAINE PARK Beautifully developed lots. reasonaDlj priced. Permanent rmomnment l i Lorraine Mausoleum Phone VE. 1838 or Woodl'n 49 MONUMENTS, VAULTS, ETC. (6) The ORIGINAL HOUSE of GAULT Wm. A. Gault & Son, Inc. 210 W. FRANKLIN ST. VErnon 5134. HENRY MERKEL, INC. 3534 Frederick ave OUtnor 4075. LOST AND FOUND (8) BLACK WALLET Lost Montgomery Ward pants dept. Wednesday, contained gas ration books A & C and papers. Reward. Marie Hollnian. Crane 423-J-2. IBUI1OVA wrist watch, man's gold band. vicinity of Southern HiBh School. $20 rcw.iru. lJB0,8uu. BRACELET lost, gold with green stones vicinity Charles and Fayette. Reward BE. 1316. CAT (grey & white) Maltese, black collar Sunday Glen Burnie. Any information alive or dead. Glen Burnie 342-W. i DACHSHUND Red, brown male. Answers j to name of Fritz. Reward. TU. 6486. iDROP EARRINGS Diamond in onyx, carat each. Vicinity 1831 E Lombard st Reward TTN. ?5S7 ENGLISH SETTER, gray, black ears. lost. Curtis 0500, Mr. Pickering or Annapolis 3010. FOLDING UMBRELLA; maroon; vicinity downtovn shopping district; reward. HA. 2412. FOX TERRIER Small, male, white & black. lost vicinity Hamilton. Reward. HA. 5667 GAS RATION BOOK "A." Charles Kellett. Fairfield Trailers A -46. GAS RATION BOOK "A." thnl. 847 W. North ave. Sol W. Rosen- GAS RATION BOOK "A.' bers, 719 ADpleion st. Bryant Cham- GAS RATION BOOK "A" Spadaro. 4006 Overiea ave. lost GAS RATION BOOK ,-A" & "C" Alfred Ford.822Hollins St. GAS Ration Book "C" 478506 Denman M. Reed. 2710 Cylburn ave GAS Ration "B" Book. F828-414. Frances Kane. 2811 Chesterfield ave. BR. 0303 . GAS ration book A. Bennle Bridges. 62C Sarah Ann St. GAS" RATION BOOKS A fc C. lost. J. E. Major, Jr., 827Woodington road. GAS ration book A. James Albert Standi ford. 1406 VVuodall St. GAS ration books A & C. Roosevelt Mc- Queen,433 Druid Hill Ave. GAS RATION BOOK "A" lost. A. Henry. 1039 MacDonald St. GAS ration book (B). lost. Mr Nat. 1512 N Payson st. Reward: GAS RATION BOOK "A." John J. 728 E. 37th St. Seebo. GAS RATION BOOK "A." Covt Lisenby. 4 9 09E -Fe de r ills t- A r nil st e a d J!? a r de n s . GAS RATION BOOK "A" and "B.""Warren Oiler. 443 E. Lanvale St. GAS RATION "A" BOOK Jacob Portman. 3305 Southern ave. CL. 0343. GAS-RATION BOOK (A) lost near North Bend rd T. Johnson. 643NorthBendrd GAS Ration Books "S." Samuel Scherr 512 N. Gay st. Wo. 7185. LOSf AND FOUND (8) (Continued from Preceding Column) GAS RATION A & B books, driver's license, etc.. in lady's black purse lost Hutzler's Dec. 22. Vernon Outinan. 1306 Round Hill road. GAS RATION BOOK A Lost with brown wallet Thursday morning on Bush st. or In Diamond cab. Reward. Rolnh A Grlssom. 2711 Roslyn Ave. FO. 2576. GAS Ration Books "A" and "B." reKistra tion card Reward. Joseph Hamburger 721 W. North Aye. GAS RATION BOOK A & B lost. License No. C-86-538. C. L. Vaughn, 601 Ritchie Highway, Brooklyn. Md. GAS RATION BOOKS A & C Return by mail. Reward. Wm. O. Major. Route 16. 435 Marlyn Ave., Middle River, Md. GAS RATION BOOK (1-A) (1-C). also driver's license anu auto, registration card. W. F. Wilber. 3016 N. Calvert st. GASOLINE RATION BOOK A & B, registration cards, issued to Irvin H. Gardner. 3607 W. Garrison ave. GAS-RATION BOOKS (A and O. F748201G F716989A2. JOHN McKINNEY. 3912 Cofc t age avenue. GAS RATION BOOK. ,,A" Frank Kras- nicka. 2239 E. Preston st. GAS RATION BOOK C lost. United Oil Co.. Inc.. Fayette & Kresson st.v GAS RATION BOOK C lost. Joe Tidwell, 520 E. North ave. GAS RATION BOOK "C" George B. Williamson. Pasadena. GAS RATION BOOK "C" LOST. JOHN GOLDEN. 210 S. ROBINSON ST. GAS RATION BOOK "C' JohnA. Bren- rier.7214 D2inmarCour.t.Dundalk. GAS-RATION BOOK (C. Ruth K. Heick. 5506 Jonquil avenue. MO. 1497. GAS-RATION BOOK (C) Lost. F-672181-A2. Charles Fred Johnson. 1528 N. Caroline st. GAS RATION BOOK C" Joseph Kvedere. 826 W. Lombard st. - GRAY fe white small cat lost In vicinity of 1300 Lakeside Ave. on Christmas day S5 reward. Call UN. 1755. KEROSENE ration book: lost; Beulah Conn. 3226 Denmore ave. KOLINSKY SET. dyed mink, lost Xmas eve. vie. Hamilton sec. Reward. Ham. 0405 LABERADOR Retriever, black, wearing red collar. sliKht urav at lower lip. Answers to Tonsy. Virlnttv Relsterstown. Phone MO. 3921.Reward. LICENSE PLATE No. 45532 from Maryland cur. Reward. HA. 3747; POCKETBOOK With 3 82 bonds. $00 cash, enlistment papers for navy. Party thnt found pockelbook keep money. Return pockrtbook to Larry nt B. & A. Restaurant. 1436 W. Baltimqrest. POCKETBOOK. lndy's. maroon. In Keith's Theater, on Dec. 25 Keep money, return bag & contents. 1640 Bentalou st. MA 5H57-J. POCKETBOOK. black cloth, valuable Da uers. letter, monev. left in taxi. Reward l)u n d n 1 k 2 1 POCKETBOOK Lost. Containing sum of money dt keys, between York Court Srd.JReward.HeiSS,;,, RADIO ear crystal receiving piece. Small round disc, bakelite. lost nr St. Paul Garage. Reward. LI. 307(h REFRIGERATION TOOLS-Lost vie. 900 blk. Linden ave. Reward. VE. 1452. RIMMED Kinases In SprmKlleld case lost, at Martin's. Reward Phono Essex B99. 6725 Old Philadelphia Road. ROW BOAT washed from shore Sat. nr. Municipal Airport. Ide.itiflcation 2 Iron pieces on inside of bow. Reward. A. O. Krouse. Dundalk 1127. SAD XMAS GIRL'S heart-shaped stretch bracelet, vicinity of Pratt fc Howard sts.. or Hausner's Re w a r d 5 2 5 S. Dec ker ave. WO. 1621. SHOPPING BAG of Christmas presents lost between St. Paul st. and Catonsville. Reward. HARRY C ALBRECHT. 9 Osborne ave..Catonsyille. , SUGAR RATION BOOKS. 4. lost. J. Paul Umnn. Anna Uman. Miriam Uman, Phyl- 1 i su i n a n. 1 5 0 7 Pe nn s y ly a n j a ay e . SUITCASE, "James L Carter." black, containing left shoe for cripple child, lost on Lombard and Caroline sts Ho. 0756. Sykesville 175. WALLET containing papers, identification and money: lost Monday a. in. between Eastern ave. and Boston St. on Wolfe st. Reward $5. J. Kunkely, WO. 0640, or Catonsville 1904. WALLET, containing money, lost in cab on Christmas Eve., or in 100 blk. N. Luzerne ave. Keep money & return wallet and contents. BR. 6741. WALLET (brown), containing gas-ration card fe monev. lost in Wesrern Maryland Dairy oJTitW.Lawsc ijrKjlO L7iftonave. WALLET Contains leave passes for Coast Guard William Nichols In vicinitv of Northeast Baltimore. Reward. BE;8148 WIDE Weddine Ring (M J. R. to C. T R JanuaryJ7,1889).Reward VE;1413 WrRIST WATCH, child's, lost on Christmas Day. small, rose-colored. Ha. 6947 WRIST WATCH, man's, black face, dark grav straps. Liberal reward. FO. 1747. LOST on December 24 on a 29 car or In the Municipal Bldg, a wallet containing money. "A" gas ration book, registration card and operator's license. Reward. George W. Vance. 713 Radnor ave. Tu. 5(508. LOST, diamond bracelet somewhere on Eutaw PI. between Mosher and Lafayette or Washington and Monument Sts. Re ward. Ma. 0791. LOST Wallet, black, lrnal sl?e. containing savings account hook, real estate and personal papers. Finder call Forest 1933. Reward. , LOST Female wire-haired fox terrier, vi cinity Mt. Royal and St. Paul st. Thurs day aitprnoon. ttewara. uunaauc 1429 after 5 P. M. LOST Black billfold containing $111. "A' and "C" pas books and other papers. Re ward. B. C. Beery. 810 E. North ave. LOST Ten ft. of l'j" gasoline hose. W. Baltimore. Reward. Herman H. Fisher, 3703 Kim ave. UN. 2730. LOST Saturday lady's black purse con taining rosary, pearls, keys, left in Dia mond cab. Reward. Call Ha. 4312. LOST Sunday 3 keys to Plymouth auto Kr fi assorted keys. Reward. 17652, Sun, PERSONALS (10) Share Your Car GIRL wishes rider from Eastern ave and 5th st.. to Camp Holubird at 8.30 A M. Riverside 0335. Enterprise Roofing Co. Roofs Rppatred and Applied Home Insulation Shingling 2316-19 Harfordave. UNiveralty 8023 FLOOR SANDERS RENTED For as low as $3 Make floors like new Sears. Roebuck North A Harf ord.UN3970 EXPERT PAPERHANGING Reasonable Guaranteed Prompt Service MAd..7769: WEATHERSTRIPPING Insulation and Storm Sash Terms Rogers JJo.614 Northern PkyHopklns 0174 TWILL NOT BE responsible for any debts contracted by my wife. Mrs. Dora Olfers, 6648 Eastern ave.. effective as of today. ROBERT OLFERS. I WILL NOT be responsible for any debts unless contracted by myself. Matthew Malkin. Jr. . 4 014 W. Garrison ave. ROOMS PAPERED. $4 & UP C A Wheeler. 212 g Fort ?e SO1888 PAINTING & PAPERING S tea mw a 1 1 Sr a p I n c. Mu rph y . I. a ;2 703 HAVE YOUR living room suites reuphol- stered BALTO BEDDING CORP R High PL 7649 ROOMS PAPERED, $4 UP W Thompson, 1214 W. Ostend tGL0985 REPAIRS TO ALL MAKES OF WASHING MACHINES & VACUUM CLEANERS Mod- em Appliance Co.. 2662 Polk St. Tu. 7271 MATTRESSES renovated and rebuilt (sferl-lined freel Baltimore Bedding Corn R High street PL 7649 MATTRESSES YOUR OLD ONE REMADE Guaranteed to be like new Sterilized free. Call PL. 7649. VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRS Parts for all kinds Free test SA 1356 MILLER APPLIANCE. 319 W MULBERRY ROOMS PAPERED $4 UP" H. C. SMITH. VE. 4706. 217 E. Preston. EXPERT PAPER HANGING BJd!.l?v rd Cont 690 Wash BIT d C Al. 374J FLOORS Old and new 'work. 25 years' exp Best for less L G. P.EBH AN WO. 4 188 GOLD. Silver Jewelry bought Good Prices Carl Schon. Inc.. 109 W Saratoga st CONCRETE work floors, cellars, driveways sidewalks, etc. Reas L. Barblerl WO 1859 FURNACES and Oii Burners converted, cleaned, serviced, repaired. BE. 4638. SLIP COVERS exo Li 0188 Guar 20 vrs. work LEARN TO DRIVE $10 for 14 lessons Terms 2919 Oakley avenue Lib 4475 Wallpaper Ri lots. $1 45 Window Shades 44c. Thomas & Messer Co.. 1015 W Balto STORM SASH Roof Insulation. General Aoplian cp Co.. 1825 Md Ave VE 0079 CONCRETE work driveways, cellars steps walks, floors Jos J Riccobono HA 3187 HOUSE WIRING Floor Plugs Repairs 1820 Harford ave Mulberry 2392 MODERN BUILDING COMPANY 1621 John street. MA. 4530-0716. LADY will mind children in her home. 3rd floor apt. 1612HollinsSl. ROOFING SI 25 PER WEEK FORL FR ROOTING 1 4 4 1 N Gav WO 124 0 Expert repairs and services on all makes of sewing machines $2 May Co CA 5500 FOR BEAUTY VALUE VARIETY fl S WALLPAPER CO Ifi N OREENF sT ROO FI NO SIDING Nlles E Fields. 2301 N Ch arles Bel 4181 RADIOS Repaired Films. Cameras Rented LEWYJBSS N Eutaw St Mu 2009 SFWINr- MACHINES cleaned oiled ad-lusted $2 Hutzler Bros Co SAR 1234 PAINTING ft general contract work Stand ard Contracting Co SA 7708 AIR COMPRESSORS and breakers, concrete mixers for rent. Fo. 8735. MODERN BUILDING CO. 1621 JOHN STREET PAINTING, Papering. Floor Sanding. Not cheapest, but best. EARL'S. MA. 6974-J. SOMETHING NEW Paint over wall paper. Free estimate. Call Mo. 0930. (10) Nights. Sundays. Holidays Phone Lib. 4748. Lib. 7553 Ham. 2475 Lib. 1411 For. 3977. Call Continental Balto.'s Largest AND SAVE 25 WHY PRICES are" LOWER "here- In order to keep our large force of skilled mechanics busy during the winter months we have greatly reduced our prices. ON ALL GUARANTEED HOME IMPROVEMENTS And American Radiator Hot Water. Steam or Hot Air HEATING PLANTS Work Completed NOW. Pay As Little As $5 Monthly Next MARCH There Is only one reason why our prices are lower and that is VOLUME! Serving mora families than any other firm in Baltimore brings YOU substantial savings INSURANCE LOSSES ADJUSTED FREE ESTIMATES DAY OR NIGHT Phone or Write NOW No OBLIGATION CONTINENTAL HOME IMPROVEMENT CO. Of America Showrooms & Offices 217 N. Calvert St. PLAZA 3751 PLAZA 3752 PLAZA 3753 PLAZA 3754 Nights. Sundays. Holidays Phone Lib. 4748. Lib. 1411 Lib. 7553 Ham. 2475 For. 3977 X X X X X X X X X X X xxxxxxxx NO MATTER WHAT OTHERS PROMISE YOU ALWAYS GET A Better Job At Lower Cost When Dealing With General HOME IMPROVEMENTS OF ALL KINDS CASH OR ON TERMS ALL WORK GUARANTEED FREE ESTIMATES DAY OR NIGHT GENERAL CONTRACTING COMPANY OLDEST AND LARGEST AND BEST 923-25-27-29-31 Park Avenue DAY, NIGHT OR SUNDAY CALL VERNON 0800 HEATING, PLUMBING & ' HOME IMPROVEMENTS Shields can take care ot your beating requirements. We will replace or repair your wornout furnace. See our latest built-in kitchen units They are smart, new and colorful easy to own and easy to clean They must be een to be appreciated Improvement cer old-style metal units. Let us furnish and install storm doors and sashes SHIELD'S 824 N. Howard St. VE. 6666. Nights. Sundays. Holidays Phone Lib. 0294 Open Thursday and Monday nights 'til 8. MAJESTIC COMPOUND VANILLA gives the true vanilla flavor (hat does not bake or cook out of your candies, cookies, cakes and pies. There's no waste with Majc.itlc. Chesapeake Roofing Co. Roofing Bhlnillng Insulation Repairing A Specialty 3 Relsterstown road Liberty 86 79 Floor Sanding & Finishing Hardwood sanded. 4c foot: waxing, clesn Inc. flushing All type ot finishing. 3c to 6c per foot Mid-City Floor Service. Laf. 4798 WALL PAPERING First Class. Immediate Service. FO. 4790, WANTS (11) CALL ME FIRST Calls Answered in 30 Minutes For Bedroom, Dining Room. Living Room. Kitchen Furniture, Table-Top Gas Ranges, Refrigerators. Antiques, Oriental and Domestic Rugs. Brlc-a-Brac. China. Curios. Oil Paintings. Libraries. Office Equip.. Silver and Gold. Glassware. Baby Grand Pianos. Wn ulso buy entire stocks of all descriptions. No lot too large. H. BARNES. Mulberry 936S 710 N. Howard Street Night and Sunday call FOrest 4894 CALL AT ONCE. VE. 8205 $ IMMEDIATE CASH FOR $ Kitchen Cabinets. BEDROOM. LIVINO room. DINING room and KITCHEN furniture. SEWING and WASHING machine. ICE and Elec. Refrigerators. STUDIO BEDS. Table-Top Gus Ranges. Pianos A SINGLE PIECE OR ENURE LOTS 807 GREENMOUNT AVE. MR. JAY VERNON 8205 Night and 8unday. call FO. 5771: IMMEDIATE CASH For Bedroom, Dining, Living. Kitchen Bets Stoves, Rugs, Washing Machines. Pianos Antiques and Marble-Top Furniture, China Glassware. Silverware. Ornaments No lot too small or too large. Call me at once DAY OR NIGHT LEE'S, 543 N Chester St. Call Lee BROADWAY 4837 I BUY EVERYTHING Furniture. Chlnaware. Glassware. Books. Pictures. Pianos. Clothing. Musical Instruments, Silver. All kinds antiques. Call at one MADISON 9764 8TICKMAN, 1378 W. NORTH AVE. FURNITURE High Prices Bedroom. Dining. Living Room. Kitchen Furniture. Washing and Sewing Machines Rugs. Gas Ranges. Oil and Coal Stoves. ANTIQUE FURNITURE, GLASSWARE, ETC Ornaments, China Vases. Silver M. MACK Plaza 5744 714 W. Balto. St. MR. CALLAHAN Recommended by E T. NEWELL & CO. INC.. Auctioneers, will buy vour antiques 01 modern furniture, ornaments, office furniture, china, glass, books, etc Call VE 8263: nights, MA. 8597-W. Address 2nd floor. 708 10 N. Howard street. CLOTHING EXTRA We pay higher prices for men's used suits, overcoats, nanl.s. shnrs. rto Will oll day or night. Mr. Chess. Phone FO. 2228. or send postal. 3945 Boarman ave. Top Prices For Furniture Get Quick Results. Call FRIEDMAN 713 VV. Baltimore St. CAL. 3609 FURNITURE. Modern & Antiques Silver, domestic ft Oriental rugs, ornaments Large, small lots. Good prices. P Foxman 2902 CLIFTON AVE. LAF. 1398 ANY KIND FURNITURE WILL BRING YOUR PRICE Call Lewis First. 746 N. Gay. Wo. 69BLJ DIAMONDS BOUGHT For cash. Raymond Hughes. 2 E. Fayette at PISTOLS. Revolvers. Shotguns. Rifles Bought. Good prices paid Bernstein's. 619 E Baltimore St. CA. 0958 ALL your used FURNITURE can bring you more money when you call me first. E. ft S.. 744 N. Gay .StBRerHi, FURNACES. Boilers. Radiators. Bathtubs. 8jnks.Pipe.Tools. Stqyes.UN.2224. WANTED FURNITURE OP ALL KINDS A. COOPER PL. 4868 Nlht.LI7262 PIANOS, good grands and small uprights Spot cash. Mr. Kunkel. Plaza 5997. USED MEN'S CLOTHING HIGH PRICES PAID BR 5897 or Ll I72 CASH REGISTERS State erlal. style numbers and prices 17023. Sun WE PAY YOUR PRICE FOR FURNITURE MR MILTON VERNON 1773 PAWN TICKETS. Diamonds. Old Gold Livingston. 501 E. Balto. St.. Cor. Gay. PIANOS. Grander Upright. Will" pay "cash. Call MU. 5023. MEN'S CLOTHINO. big prices paid ZALIS 3414 Auchentorol Tcr. MAdlson 6548. WE buy accordions, trumpets, sax. clarinets N. Y. Loan Office, 668 W B alto. Leg. 0599 VACUUM Cleaners all makes, any condl-tion. Top prices paid. Domestic. Le. 5037 WHOLESALE CLEANING Hats ft shoe re pairs done In one-day service. Ve. 1718. PERSONALS BUSINESS SERVCE (lib) PART TIME BOOKKEEPINO SERVICE Reasonable Rates PLAZA SITUATION HOUSEHOLD (12) GIRL (col. housework. Plain eonklnc ar public work. ED. 0307-J. GIRL (colored) wishes light, houxewnrk. nights. 1124 N . Fr cmn i in aviv WOMAN (col l wants morning work house- cleajiingl531StrlckersL WOMAN (col.) day's work cleaning of launary. Ker. uh N. Carey st WOMAN wants small "laundry at home. nil i.eaoennau m. WOMAN (col.) wishes housework 9 P. M. Call MAd. 5736-M. to 1 WHITE COOK-HOUSEWORK Eg p., refs. mi iniiiinry. oihip sainry. lihi.v pun 4ELPWTD. HOUSEHOLD (12) CHAMBERMAID-Waitress. fir't-class. In apartment. City references. BE. 0724 CHILD'S nurse exp.. care 2-yr. old twins, no other duties. Priv. room and bath. rcrmanfm position. VE. CHILDREN'S NURSE Stay nights. Refer- run imcea. suDuroan nome. SIS week. UN. 0943. COOK Onlv 1st class need apply. Reference, stay nights' small family: liberal time off. aii Tare, niunr lowson ljiy. COOK f COLORED General housework. .Vi-day wk . off Tnnrcriitv nt limnvlH,. i 1. j muiiiii i inn, i.. cri mm carfareEverrepn 1112. COOK ft Genernl Houseworker for refined ." w mum:, nnu i cnua in rorM Park. No Sunday or nights Will pay $12 ft carfare. Phone FO. 3850 for interview. COOK ft HOUSEWORK Efficient woman. ...uo. , nuu iuni'sn rrierences: o days, no Sundays or laundry: gentile. lliftjlajnilyofadults. LI. 0581. C9PI!C', lst "oor: laundry; stay In: PSu),miire County. $15 wk.. telephone 9-5 LE. 0558. COOK (colored), experienced: live In or out Good wages Call between 8 A. M.-U A. M . . Jl; B JM 14 ( 1 2 fi, COOK, light, housework, no laundr Ideal environment, attractive salary Prions 2 to 6 P. M..LK.g27H. COOK and general housework No laundry. Must live In: priv. room. 15 FX"). im C(wKrw"V1, ,ron- .2 rt"t- 1st" floor. 129 cc!Tl: nInln: housework: reference 6-H. ESPLANADE API'S. LA. 44 10. COOK ft housework In apt. No Sundays. Good salary. MA. 8()81-J. COOK (colored, general light houseworki a pt ,goodsa la ry IiA . 05(i3. COOK to do plain rooking and light hous- or LM1lLJl0iii?02dPJ1 jGl8470-J . COOK ft 1st fl. work. Good salary Llvi GIRL, colored or white: cooking, genera', housework. Must have refs. Salary 15 Call Tuxedo 0858. GIRL or woman, experienced. Mondav-Frl-dny. 12-9 p. M, $10 per week. 122 N CollJjigJ on ave GIRL pr woman (ooloredi, housework. ear SLh.l,VI,.0,i,,,,l employed; best rets. So. 0548-W, 11 A . M.-U M GIRL OT woman, colored. General house-w"r!c' fypi laundry. Refertnces. 15. r Or est 2 oO. GIiLi,or ,ma",.,(coU to keeD 'or clean. .wm.-. njo w. uauiinore sr. GIRL (col.). 25-35, exp., housework, light GIRL or woman, housework, Good pay. No Sin4621Pemilngon av1CjrttsBay. HOUSEKEEPER Reliable: "2 adults: 7rmil new home: plain cooking. Good home to after 6PPMM L'- 7214 9 A" M' r HOUSEKEEPER ft COOK (white! 25-45 Lp-ggperlcnced. Sleep In. $15 week. HOUSEKEEPER WANTED Male, adult. JJT61: 229 E' """"""y HOUSEKEEPER - COMPANION for elder!? woman living alone; nice. warm, modern "qnieCalL.Cockeysvi;ie 4iSM. HOUSEWORKER. light laundry, no cook- 1 Mir yfrtf T i e- rj - HOUSEKEEPER White, care of elderly lnflv. mnrlrni hnmn 1.1 1 " , ' T ' ' " ' V - tin. 1 10J. HOUSEKEEPER to carefor home and 7 chlJoeiiMiyeJ,n.Wo1 1708-J MAID HOUSEWORK IN APARTnTeNT NO COOKING. LIVE IN OR STAY 2 -JjKfflTLO. WEEK. LI. 3521 - A" 8 MAID (colored! General housework No cooking Live tn or out. Reference Mo 3048. MAID, light housework. Small apartnienL Washing machine. Call MO. 2801 WOMAN (settled), light housework, cook for 1 person. Good home (loud py. Must be congenial. 10754. Sun. WOMAN, mlddle-nged housekeeper, s'tri family, work light. Live in. 1504 N. Bond street; WOMAN to help with hocw"rk-an(i"rook. lug; live in: good home. 7822 Eastern ave. Phone Essex 77-W. WOMAN, reliable, general housework 10 and mealf: B days n week. Mrs. E. Miller 1212 W37thst. BE. 533J. WOMAN (col. ) for tf n l housework, no nlghtsRef. Call UN. 6094 WOMAN (white), for housework 2 dayi a week. Gllmor. 0885. WOMAN for housework from "73.30: may stayniRhtsJfwished. Cail Mn.3776. WOMAN for housework 2 to 7. 1st floor apartment. PhoneFO. 2424. WOMAN, middle-aged, to care for two chiT- drenillvein.BE.7256. YOUNG WOMAN, general housework: sts? 1848s nllinls; doclor' home. $12. MO. RELIABLE WOMAN, general housework, care of two children school age. live in. up Sunduys, good salary. Clifton 0720 after 7 P. M. SETTLED WOMAN; live In: modern coun- V. ",r ui'ury, iioiispworg ana neio with 2 sma.l children. No cooking. Must have pleasant disposition, he willing .and c1ean. SlJ wecklyPikesvllle 604-J WANTED Reliable woman to do housework for rooming houses. Apply 889 W. Fa yet I e st ITUATIONS WTD.-FEMALE (13) COPYWRITER for advertising agency, ex. 7' m" wriiiiia an ip-i commercial copy. Also radio script. 17261. Sun. MANAG ERC hi Id ren'swear. In local dTpT siore. A-l sales experience, alert, aggressive, executive ability. 17251. Sun. SECT'Y .-Strung, wants perm, position. 5 yrs, rxcri. exp. A-l rrrs :i.y 1 ,500, Sun M I DD I .E. A I Ell LAD Y, e xprrli need Y)f iraiwMT HT, grnrrai roniroi irogrr. profit ft loss, balance shceis, payroll, social e-rurlly records 17fi4I. Pun HELP WANTED FEMALE (14) ADJUSTER'S ASSISTANT NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY $20 TO START 5' -DAY WEEK UFn.l. . I 1 . " w .luuuiiir iui (fan? no nss srore or office experience, making srrvice over phone and assisting In locating misplaced articles. Opportunity for advancement Steady position year round. Write 16787. Sun. AIRCRAFT Comptometer Operators Excellent pay and opportunities for advancement. Bonus For Night Work SOME OPENINGS AVAILABLE IN OUR ACCOUNTING OFFICE IN BALTIMORE PERSONNEL OFFICE OPEN DAY & NIGHT 7 DAYS A WEEK, Those engaged in war industries should not apply. GLENN L. MARTIN CO. Middle River, Md. (Continued on Next Page)

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