The Baltimore Sun from Baltimore, Maryland on December 15, 1948 · 25
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'ngi '11141 i0 1 ii'"y"i"'-Htf t 0 -y ; r ( IN MIMOSIAM fl) BocWet cf 132 specimen In Memo-ric-n tr.btes sent freeupo. request. BRIGGS. Love to ct Beanie cn his ecc. birthday. December 14, 134S. who passi twa; Mav 6. 1543. A trad that tie Gardner gave us A nr and lovelv child Ee yave Eonn'e ex keeptni T-3 cherish untieffle-d. But Jt as it was cpec Tt t dor? of the day V? rame the Heavenly Gardner And took our flower away, MAMA DADDY. Dl'CH In sacred cf rnv dadiv tie late JOHN CALVIN DASCH. New he U seise, be tt said cf him, Ee frl7 eave his all, As Gc and man did call. Ee terred, with tears and hand. Els p'irs net reeds demand. May G-i gr-t tun peace. 15e EZ3 WXrS AND SON DAVID. HARK. A trib-rte cf lCTe to the memory c? husband and our dad. G. EDGA2. io passed away ten years a?o December 15. 1333. Hetsirg can ever taie away The icve our hearts hold dear. -cnes Iger every day, Reem brarce ieers fcira near. LOVING WF. ELLA. ASH SONS. WILilZH AND CHABLES. 15e SETECKEIiS. In loving eorr of cur mother and grandmother who passed awav December 15. 1541. Deep in cur hearts your memory ts kept. W lov.oj voij tno criv to ever forget. DAUGHTER. ELSIE AND GRAND- DEATHS (3) Death Notices Received Too late for C'cssif.cction Will Ee Found on Page 2 ABELL. 02 December 13. 1S43. ANNA SCHIT. w-.fe of the '.a: Aranah S AbeU, who died in 191. Funeral aervlces private at her tome. 1113 St. Paul street, cn Tfcurs-Say mere trig at 10 o clock. Interment private. 16 AFFAYROrX. On December 13. 1943. MARY C. (nee McCarron. beloved wife c: the late John F. ASavroux. Funeral frcra the residence cf her ; dauzhter. Mrs. L-ene Wmtler. 625 North Couicgton avenue, cn Friday at 8 SO A. M. Requiem Mass at St. Andrew's Church at 9 A. M. In New Cathedral Cemetery. 17 ACMTLLER. On December 12. 1S4S. PA CX. beloved lather o: John A. and William AumUler. Services at the D'.ppel Brothers Funeral Home. 1300 East Lombard street,; on Wednesday at 8-30 o'clock. Reql E-gh Mass at St. Michaels! Church at 9 o clock. Interment In Eel 7 F.edeemer Cemetery. 15 B 4KER- On December 11. 1548. ETLDA M. tne Rlversi. c? 1102 East Baltimore street. aed 32 years, the beloved wife cf Francis Baker. The funeral services will be at the William Cock Mansion. St. Paul and Prestcn streets, on Wednesday at 12 nocn. Interment la St. Peter s Cemetery. 15 BERBER Suddenly, on December 12. IJ4-. WTLLIAil ' RICHARD, in his Emery-nrsi year, beloved husband of the late Margaret Barber mee Putsch iy , oi 430 Maryland avenue, x. Funeral from John G. Connelly Funera. Eome. 418 Eastern avenue, ca Thunciy at 1 P. M. Interment in Moreiand Memorial Park. 16e B"LL- In the service cf h j country Germany, EDWARD J, be loved son cf Wuliam and Elsie E. Beail. cf 2C3 East Eaxnburg street. Funeral from the John F. Denny Eome. Li?ht and Montgomery streets, cn Wednesday at 11 A M. Services and Interment in Baltimore National Cemetery. 15 BENNY. On December 13. 1943. EMMA MAE EENNY (nee R:r.eharti. of 411 South payson street, beloved wife of th Sate John W. Benny. Funeral srvites w.ii be held at the parlors cf Harry H. W:t7ke. Hollsn and G.lrnor streets, on Thursday at 3 P M Interment In Loudon Park Cemetery. 16e BILSOV On December 13. 148. MABEL H.. of 420" Euclid avenue, beloved diush'er of the late Andrew J. and Lucy J. Biison. Filce-ai from the home of her niece. Mrs. William K. Gaither. Jr.. 323 M i.-vd '.l road, en Friday at 2 30 P. M. Servics at St.. James Episcopal Ch'irrh. Aucusta avenue. Irvtnjrton. -. 3 P M. Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery. 17 BITZFl. On December 13. 1943. BARBARA 'nee Reuther.. of Westminster. Md . aid 80 years, beloved wife of the late Philip P. Bitzel. The funeral services wil! be held at Starrer ' Funeral Eome. Westminster. Mil., cn Wednesday at 3 P.Ml Interment in St. John's (Leister's) Cemetery. 15e BLANK. On December 12. 1348, GEORGE, beloved husband of the late Katherme (nee Walzt. Ftmerai from his late residence. 3417 last Lombard street, cn Thursday. December 15. at 8.15 A. M. Rec;u:em High Mass at Sacred Eeart Church at 9 A. M. Lutem-erii la Sacred Eeart Cemetery. 15 BOND. On December 14. 1343. CHABLES M . cf 1623 North Calvert treet. aged S2 years, beloved husband cf the late Elizabeth Bond. 15e Funeral services at the Wiliiam Cook Mansion. St. Paul and Preston treet cn Thursday at 12 noon. Interment in Loudon Pari Cemetery. BORING. Cn December 12. 1S43. CiOF.GE W.. beloved husband cf the late Mary Virginia Bering (nee WU-fce'.m . Funeral services will be held at his yrre. 4036 R-'lsnd avenue. on Wedne-lay at 1 .30 P. M. Interment in Kazr.pstead Cemetery. lie pORTNF R. Mrr'.Kr.!l Lrwle 43, Brother r Fjii:rod Tr',nrrien- tnnoiincM w;n r?rt tre t?b. of a beloved rr.emb'r. WILLIAM BORTNFR. JOHN E. JOST. 1 Pre?iderit. BRFSf On December 13. 1543. FLI2A-SETH A , beloved daughter of AchUle and Fiicetra Brt-1 1 nee DiFrancesco 1. Funeral from her late residence. 407 South Central veaue. on Thursday at 3 15 A. M. Solemn Requiem Kieh Mass at 5t. Le ! Church at S A. M. Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery, 15e , BROPHY. On December 13. 1343. THOMAS E.. formerly of 453 Cambria treet. Brooklyn, beloved husband of the la-e Margaret McCanna Bropiry. Services at'the Schilling Eome. 3914 Eanover street. Brooklyn, cn Thurs-cai at 3 3f A. M. Low Mass at St. Rose cf Lima Church at 9 A. M. Interment tn EQiV Cross Cemetery. 1 BRT4.N T M-r.txr 14. 1MS. his residence. 3111 Lynch road. ELMER L . a;ed 45 .ears, beloved husoand c: L'""a!r.e Bryaa. Fur. rat frrn the Cinch Funral Horse. 2&4 Orleans street, on Thurs- 1.30 P. M. Ir iterment in Fark- ood Cemetery. l5e C ARSON. On December 14. 1948. LOCISS BITZEL CARSON, ased 80 years, cf 2S14 Aivarado Square, beloved wife cf the late Georse T Carson. Fur.ral from the Ullrich Funeral Ecme. 20O4 Orleans street, on Thursday at 2 P. M. Interment tn Loudon Park Cemetery. - 16 COCKRILL. On December 14. 1943. MA2GAHET D.. beloved wife cf Joseph W. Cocknii. 15e Funeral services at the William Cock Mansion. St. Paul and Preston streets, on Wednesday at 3 P.M. Interment in Charles Town. W.Va. CRIST. On December 12. 1943. DR. ACG"ST P.. of 1433 North Milton avenue, beloved husband of Bessie, Fur.ral from 440 East North avenue on Thursday at 2 P. M. Interment In Cemetery. 15e P 1 C: 5 I -r " JPiMHi. DEIGERI. On L-cernDer 11, 1943. AU GUST (GLS). of 4305 Kenwood avenue, ape 45 years, beloved husband of Catherine Smith Deigert. and beloved father of Carolyn and Richard Delgert Funeral from the Lassahn Funeral Eome. 7401 Belair road, on Wednesday at 2 P. M. Interment in Holy Redeem er cemetery. lae DONALDSON. Suddenly, on December 13. 1948, HARRY T., of 7 Second avenue. Southwest Glen Burnle, beloved husband of Bertha A. Donaldson (nee Suehiei. Funeral from the Singleton Home. On Burnie. on Friday at 11 A. M. Interment :n Glen Haven Cemetery. 15e DZEZ1N5KI. Suddenly, on December 13. 1943, JOSEPH, beloved husband of Sophia Dzezinski (nee Stefanowicz), cf 1912 East Pratt street. Funeral from John M. Weber Funeral Home. 403 South Chester street, cn Friday. December 17. at 8.45 A. M. Requiem Mass at Holy Rosary Church at 9.30 A. M. Interment In Holy Rosary Cemetery. 16e FEND LAY. On August 11. 1944. In Normandy, France. SERGT. VIRGIL KENNETH FENDLAY, U.S.A., beloved eon of Kenneth Clyde and Elmaly Fendlay (nee Thompson). Funeral from the Brooks Chapel, Sparks, Md., on Friday. December 17, at 2 P. M. Interment In Jessops Methodist Cemetery. I7e FINK, Killed In action !n France on December 14. 1944. PFC. ROGER J., beloved son of Bessie and the late Leonard H. Fink. Funeral services will be held at his home. 239 Mallow Hill road, on Thursday at 10.30 A.M. Interment In Baltimore National Cemetery. 16 FITZPATRICK. On December 11. 1948. CHRISTINA M. (nee Hessl, of 3340 Old York road, beloved wife of William A. Fitzpatrick. 15- Funeral from the John A. Moran Funeral Home. Greenmount avenue and Forty-second street (entrance on Forty-second street), on Wednesday. December 15 at 8.30 A.M. Requiem High Mass at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament at 9 A.M. Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery. FLAX. On December 14. 1948, MORRIS beloved husband of Dorothy Flax, father of Patricia Flax and brother of Abe Flax. Mrs. Ida Klein, Mrs. Katie Sherman and Mrs. Anna Llpsitz, of Richmond, Va. I Services at the Jack Lewis Home, 2100-02 Eutaw place, on Wednesday precisely at 11 A. M. Interment In Hebrew Mount Carmel Cemetery. I Kindly omit flowers. In mourning at 3631 Liberty Heights avenue. Apartment C-7. 15e FRAZ1ER. On Tuesday. December 14. 1948. KATIE FLORENCE (nee Stone-burner . beloved wife of the late James F. Frazier. Friends may call at her late residence. Baltimore avenue. Santa Helm. Savage. Md.. Funeral services from the Methodist Church of Santa Helm: on Friday at 2.36 P. M. Interment In Santa Heim Cemetery. Arrangements bv Donaldson Funeral Home. 16e FRETER. On December 13, 1948. MARIE (nee Mueller), beloved wife of the late Ernest Freter. Funeral from her home. 2011 Cllft-wood avenue, on Friday at 11 A. M. Interment In Trinity Cemetery. 17 GAMBF.R. On December 13. 1948. JACOB G. G AMBER, age 90 years. Funeral at the Chapel of William Berryman & Sons, Relsterstown. on Thursday at 2 P. M. Interment in Providence Cemetery. 16e GEORGE. On December 12. 1948. CHARLOTTH. formerly of 3428 Roland avenue, daughter of the late William and Sarah George. Funeral from the residence of Mr. Clarence E. Frock. 817 East Forty-first street, on Wednesday at 2 P. M. Interment in Baltimore Cemetery. 15e GETZ. On December 13. 1948. HELEN M. (nee Jones), of 3203 Clarence avenue, age 31 vears, beloved wife of Robert W. Getz. Funeral services at the William Cook Mansion. St. Paul and Preston streets, on Thursday at 1.30 P. M. Interment in Moreland Memorial Park. Robert W. Getz. 16e GRIFFITH. On December 12. 1948. DOLLY W., daughter of the late James L. and Maria Logan Griffith, formerly of 3314 North Calvert street. Funeral from the Mitchell Home. 1900 Eutaw place, on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery. 15e HALE. December 13, 1948. at hei home, near Beckleysvllle. Baltimore county. LAURA K (nee Alban), beloved wife of Jacob F. Hale. 1 Funeral services will be held at the Tipton Funeral, Home. Hampstead. Md.. on Wednesday at 2 P. M. Interment in Grave Run Methodist Cemetery. 15 HARRYMAN. On December 14, 1948, at his home. Kingsville, Md., formerly of 1131 Homestead street, Baltimore. CHARLES A., beloved husband of Bertha M. Harryman (nee March-bank). Funeral services will be held at William J. Tickner Si Sons, North and Pennsylvania avenues, of which due notice will be given. 15e HOG AN. On December 13, 1948. THOMAS J., of 1104 Ensor street, beloved husband of Catherine T. Ward Hosan. Funeral from the Conklin Funeral Home, 924 East Eager street, on Thursday at 9.30 A.M. Requiem High Mass at St. John's Church at 10 A.M. Interment New Cathedral Cemetery. Please use side entrance. 16 HOW SEE. On December 13. 1948, GEORGE H of 1807 Light street, be-lovel husband of Anna I. Howser (nee Taviort. Services at the McCully Funeral Home. 130 East Fort avenue, on Wednesday at 2 P. M. Interment In Cedar Hill Cemetery. 15e HUTZLER. On December 12. 1948. JACOB L. HTJTZLER, beloved husband of Minnie Hmzler (nee Schmidt), of 504 South Gilmor street. Funeral services will be held at the parlors of Harry H. Witzke. Holllns and Gilmor streets, on Wednesday at 1 P.M. Interment In Loudon Park Cemetery. 15e JENKINS YAKFX. On December 12, 1S4S. MARY F.. of 1724 Linden avenue, rw-lovrd wife of the late Eugene Jenkins. Funeral from William J. Tickner tt Sons. North and Pennsylvania ave nues. on Wednesday at 8 30 A. M. Re quifm Mass at Immaculate Conception Church. Mosher and Division streets, at 9 A. M. Interment In New Cathedral Cemeterv. 15 KAVAS.U'GH. On December 14. 1948. MARY ANN (nee Grlbbln). of 2806 East Baltimore street, beloved wife of the late Eugene P. Kavanaugh and mother of Mrs. Gertrude Donahue Eugene P. Kavanaugh. Mrs. Angela Young. Mrs. Mary McGeeney ana Mr Alice Rabassa. The funeral will be at the William Cook Mansion. St. Paul and Preston streets, on Friday at 9.15 A. M. Re ouiem Mass at St. Elizabeth's Church at 10 A. M. interment la new uatne- dra! Cemetery. 17 KEATING. On December 12. 1948 TIMOTHY D. KEATING, beloved hus band of the late Mary Ellen Keating (nee Aneianv Funeral from his home, 2121 West Baltimore street, on Thursday at 8 30 A. M. Requiem High Mass at Bt Martin's Church at 9 A. M. Interment in New Cathedral Cemetery. 16e Beautiful Flowers Expertly Designed Reasonably Priced Order from J. J. Cummings & SONS PLaza 1374-1375-1376 1123-25 W. Baltimore St. John Hsrwif Phillip Herwifc Jr. PHILIP HERWIG SONS 2024 Orleans Street WOifa 1147 BRsaaway J21 J3) KEATING. TIMOTHY D. The Holv Name Society will assemble at 7.30 P. M. Tuesday to recite the Rosarv. 15 KEHOF. On October 17, 1944, 1ST LT. WILLIAM. U.S A.A.F., killed in action over Cologne, Germany, beloved son of Charles F. and Mary (nee Marx), of 2823 East Madison street. Funeral from the Schlmunek Funeral Home on Thursday at 8.15 A. M Requiem Hisih Mass at St. Elizabeth's Church at 9 A. M. Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery. 16 KOEHI.FR. On December 11. 1943. MARGARET HA E. (nee Heinrich), beloved wife of Max Koehler. Funeral from her late residence. 1447 Richardson street, on Wednesday, December 15, at 8.15 Ail. Requiem High Mass at Our Lady of Good Council Church at 9 A.M. Interment In Holy Cross Cemetery. 15 KOPP. On December 13. 1948, MARGARET (nee Rumbel). wife of the late William C. Kopp. Funeral from her late residence, 133 North Bradford street, on Thursday at 2 P. M. Interment In Schwartz Cemetery. I6e KREUSINGER. On December 12, 1943. STEPHEN, of 1218 Wilcox street, beloved husband of the late Barbara Kreusinger (nee Yeakle). Funeral from the John A. Moran Funeral Home. Greenmount avenue and Forty-second street (entrance on Forty-second street, on Wednesday. December 15. at 3 30 A. M. Solemn Requiem High Mass at St. John's Church at 10 A. M. Interment In Holy Redeemer Cemetery. 15 LAW. On December 14. 1948. WILLIAM J., SR.. beloved husband of the late Mary A. Law. and father of the Rev Richard G. Law, S.J. 16e Funeral from his late residence. 20 South -Pulaski street, on Friday at 9 30 A, M. Solemn Requiem Mass at St. Martin's Church at 10 o'clock. interment in Cathedral Cemetery. McINTYRE. On December 14, 1944, killed in action In Germany, PRIVATE AMBROSE T beloved husband of Mildred Schultz Mclntyre and beloved son of Ambrose J. and Ella Mclntyre (nee Schlelfer) Funeral from the Conklin Funeral Home, 924 East Eager street, on Thursday, December 16 at 8.30 A. M Requiem High Mass at St. John's Church, at 9 A. M. Interment in New Cathedral Cemetery. 16 McKEWEN. Killed In the line of duty in France, September 22, 1944. SGT CHARLES H., beloved husband of Mary C. Bush McKewen. of 30 South Poppleton street, and son of John and the late Annie Reed McKewen. 15e Relatives and friends are respectfully Invited to call at the Funeral Home of John J. Cowan Si Son. Holllns and Poppleton streets, on Tuesday, December 14. after 6 P. M Funeral on Thursday. December 16. at 8.30 A. M. Requiem High Mass at St Peter's Church at 9 o'clock. Interment In New Baltimore National Cemetery. MOFFETT. On December 14. 1948. HANFORD JOEL, of 121 West Mosher street, aged 61 years, beloved husband of Elizabeth L. Moffett. Funeral services at the William Cook Mansion, St. Paul and Preston streets, on Friday at 10.30 A. M. Interment in United States National Cemetery. Baltimore. I6e MURPHY. On December 14. 1948. CHARLES E.. aged 68 years, the most beloved husband of Elizabeth M. Murphy (nee Jacob). The funeral will be at the home of his daughter, Mrs. L. G. LeFalvre, 1015 Woodburn avenue, on Saturday at 8 30 A.M. Requiem High Mass at St. Mary's Church (Govans) at 9 A. M. Interment In Cathedral Cemetery. 17 NAGEL. On December 12. 1948, DOROTHY ELNORA (nee Foxwell). of 2256 Cecil avenue, beloved wife of Edward W. Nagel. Friends may call at the Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home, 5305 Harford Road, until Thursday 12 noon. Services at Hiss Methodist Church on Thursday at 2 P. M. Interment in Moreland Memorial Park. I6e NORRIS. On December 14. 1948. JACOB E., beloved husband of Florence M. Norris (nee Cole). I6e Funeral services at the William Cook Mansion, St. Paul and Preston streets, on Thursday at 3 P. M. Interment In St. Mary's Cemetery, Hampden. OPPENHEIM. On December 12. 1948. JERE T.. beloved husband of the late Helen R. Oppenheim, of Edwards Apartments. Brookfleld and Whltelock streets, and father of Maurice R. Oppenheim: Services at the Jack Lewis Home, 2100-02 Eutaw place, on Wednesday, precisely at 2 P.M. Interment In Baltimore Hebrew Cemetery. 15e POWELL. On December 13, 1948. CHARLES E.. of Falls road, beloved husband of Blanche Alban Powell. Mineral services will be at the William Cook Mansion, St. Paul and Preston streets, on Thursday, December 16. at 10.30 A. M. Interment In Loudon Park Cemeterv. 16 POWELL. Mount Morlah Lodge No. 116. A.F.& A.M., announces with deep regret the death of our brother, CHARLES E. POWELL. 16 HARVEY B. BLANTON, WorshiDful Master Pl'RDY. On December 12, 1948. EDITH F. (nee Cole), beloved wife of the late James J. Purdy. 15e Services in the A. Howard Evans Funeral Home. 1400 South Charles street, on Wednesday at 2.30 P. M. Burial In Loudon Park Cemeterv. RASH. On December 13. 1948. HARRY H.. beloved husband of Rose Rash, of 2420 Lakevlew avenue and father of tlaine Basn. Remains reposing at Sol Levlnson A: Bros. Home. 1124-26 West North avenue. Funeral from Joseph Levlne fe Son Funeral Home, 1512 North Broad street, Philadelphia, Pa., on Wednesday. December 15. at 12 noon. 15 RASH. Yedz Grotto, M.O.V.P.E.R., an nounces with sincere regret the death of our beloved prophet, HARRY H RASH. We extend to his family our deepest sympatnv. FRANK FELDMAN. 15 Monarch. max&m DIATH5 (me (W. FINER FUNERALS f Mj FOR LESS fe - For example: You would expect to pay ffC i . ct 'east $3-!5 for a complete funeral with jtflf A this silver finished half-couch casket. Jg?. 'if ... at Wm. Cook's, only T I r 205 i Other Complete Funerals as Low as 1 DEATHS RASH. St. John's Lodge No. 34, A.F.& AM, announces with deep regret the death of our late brother, HARRY RASH. PHILIP NOCHUMOWITZ. 15e Worshipful Master. RFINISCH. Killed In Germany on March 8, 1945, PFC. HARRY L., be-lovAl son of Carroll L. and Margaret Reinisch (nee Schroeder), of 700 South Glover street. Graveside services and Interment In Oaklawn Cemetery at 1 P.M. on Wednesday, December 15. 15e ROBFRTS. Suddenly, on December 12, 1948. Bt the home of his stepson. William J. Price. 6577 St. Helena avenue. GEORGE M.. beloved husband of Alma E. Roberts. 15 Funeral from the Roland L. Fisher Funeral Home. 2112 Dundalk avenue, on Wednesday at 11 o'c!ock. Interment In Baltimore National Cemetery. RCESNER. On December 14. 1943. EDITH MAE HOWELL, of 413 M:ddle River road, beloved wife of Ernest J. Roesner. Funeral from the Lassahn Funeral Home, 7401 Belair road, on Friday at 8.15 A.M. Requiem High Mass in Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church at 9 A.M. Interment In Moreland Memorial Park. 17 RUDOLPH. On December 14. 1948, JOHN W., aged 68 years, beloved husband of the late Lucy V. Rudolph. Funeral services will be at the residence of his son. Fred Rudolph. 907 Wise avenue, on Thursday at 2 P. M Interment In Moreland Memorial Park. 16 SC'HAFCH. On December 12, 1948, JOSEPHINE A. (nee Soter), beloved wife of Joseph J. Schaech. 15 Funeral from her late residence. Loieley, Md. on Wednesday at 8.15 A. M. Requiem High Mass at St. Stephen's Church, Bradshaw 1. Maryland at 9 A. M. Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery. STOC'KKR. On December It. 1943. AGNES J. (nee Halgis). aged 53 years, beloved wife of Charles J. Stocker, of 2432 Frederick avenue. Funeral from the parlors of F. B. Wippert Si Son, Baltimore and Monroe streets, on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery. 15e SIGWALD. On December 13, 1948, C. LEROY. of 2809 Rlggs avenue beloved husband of Ethel E. Sigwald (nee Norfolk). Washington, D.C., papers please copy.l 16 Services at the C. Howard Strong Funeral Home, 3207 West North avenue, at Hilton street, on Thursday at 8.30 A. M. Requiem Mass at St. Edward's Church at 9 o'clock. Interment In New Cathedral Cemetery. SOMMF.RS. On December 13. 1948. SAMUEL E. SOMMERS. beloved husband of Bertha Kerr Sommers. .Funeral services will be held at his home, 6110 Old Washington boulevard. Elkrldge, on Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock. 16e SUMMERS. Suddenly, on December 13, 1948, HELEN, of 729 Cator avenue, beloved daughter of the late William A. and Mattle (Birch) Summers and sister of Mrs. Edgar Layton, of Miami, Florida. 16 Funeral from the John A. Moran Funeral Home. Greenmount avenue and Forty-second street (entrance on Fortv-second street), on Thursday, December 16. at 9.30 A. M. Requiem High Mass at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament at 10 A. M. Interment in New Cathedral Cemetery. THOMPSON. On December 13. 1948. LOUISA fnee Goebel). of 1717 East Twentv-fifth street, beloved wife of John E. Thompson. Funeral from the Syfer Funeral Home. 1600 West North avenue, on Thursday at 2 P. M. Interment In Parkwoo'd Cemetery. 16e THOMPSON. Zltta Temple No. 27, Daughters of the Nile, announces with deep sorrow the death of our beloved past queen and charter member of our household, LOUISA THOMPSON. Nile services. x 16 GLADYS COCKS. Queen. TUCKER. On December 13. 1948. at her residence, 81 Charles street, Annapolis, Md.. MARY C. (nee Katie Einwaech- ter). widow of the late Samuel P. Tucker. Funeral Wednesday. December 15. at 1.30 P. M. from the Taylor Funeral Chapel. 147 Gloucester street. Annapolis. Md. Interment In Western Cemetery, Baltimore, Md. 15 TUCKER. Suddenly on December 13, 1948. at Sykesville. Md., DORSEY C. beloved husband of Catherine Cross Tucker. 16 Funeral from the Weer Funeral Home. Sykesville, Thursday, Decem ber 16. at 10 A. M. Interment in St. Johns Cemetery. Ellicott City. Md. TURNER. On December 13. 1948, GEORGE D.. beloved husband of Jennie Turner. Funeral services at St. Paul's Church. Prince Frederick, Md., on Wednesday at 11 A. M. Interment In church cemetery. 15 WARD. Suddenly, on December 14. 1948. ANNIE OLEVIA (nee Tull), of 106 Fifth avenue, Brooklyn Park, aged 66 vears, beloved wife of the late William H. Ward. Crlsneld papers please copy. 17e Funeral services st the William Cook Mansion. St. Paul and Preston streets, on- Friday at 12 noon. Interment In Cedar Hill Cemetery. WARE. On December 14. 1948, MARGARET (nee Watkins Jean), In her eighty-first year, the beloved wife of the late Charles A. Ware and daughter of the late George B. and Emilie Selby Jean. Annapolis, Md. and New York city papers please copy.l 16 Funeral from the Church Home Chapel, Broadway and Fairmount avenue, on Thursday at 2 P. M. Interment In Mount Olivet Cemetery. WARREN. On December 12. 1948. PATRICIA OTWELL. beloved daughter of Thomas B. and Erma O. Warren, of Dale road. Riviera Beach. Funeral services will be held at William J. Tickner Si Sons. North and Pennsylvania avenue, on Wednesday at 2 P. M. Interment In Glen Haven Ometery. 35 a C&xS-mt QBE f31 W EG ENG. On December 13. 1943. HELEN PRANKE. at her home. 3479, Meadowside avenue, beloved wife of the late August Wegeng. Funeral from the Funeral Home of C. Vernon Lemmon. 4611 Park Heights avenue, on Thursday at 8 30 A. M Requiem High Mass in All Saints' Church. Liberty Heights and Eldorado avenues, at 9 A. M. Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery. , 16 WFGRZYNIAK. On June 7. 1945. at Kahle River, Germany. TECH SERGT. EDWARD J., beloved son of Joseph and Sophia (nee Kostro). f uneral from his parent'a rsidence. 2112 Eastern avenue, on Thursday. v December 16 at 8 15 A. M. Solemn Requiem High Mass at Holy Rosarv Church at 9 o'clock. Interment at Holy Rosary Cemetery. 15e WFJXKAM. On December 13. 1948. SOPHIA F. (nee Hauck), member of the Third Order of St. Francis and beloved wife of the late William J. Welnkam and mother of William A. Weinkam. Mary M. Howard, George C. Weinkam, Adelaide E. Chalmers and James E. Weinkam. Funeral from her late residence, 311 South Fulton avenue, on Thursday at 9 30 A.M. Requiem High Mass at St Martin's Church at 10 A.M. Interment in New Cathedral Cemetery. ' 16 WELSH (WALCZAK). Suddenly, on December 13. 1948, JOHN J., beloved son of the late Joseph Walczak and Catherine (nee Stasiak). Funeral from his sister's residence. Mrs. Casimlr Grgorek. 1821 Gough street, on Friday, December 17, at 8.30 A.M. Requiem Mass at Holy Rosary Church at 9 A.M. Interment In Holy Rosary Cemetery. 16e WIENERS. On December 12. 1943. SARAH LILLIAN (nee Van Sant). of 9012 Ridge avenue, beloved wife of John Wieners. 15 Services from the Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home. 5305 Harford road, on Wednesday, at 8.15 A. M. Requiem Mass at St. Ursula's Church at 9 o'clock. Interment In Loudon Park Cemetery. WILKINSON. On December 14. 1948, MARY A. (nee Schwartz), beloved wife of the late George W. Wilkinson. Funeral from her home, 2229 Pel- ham avenue. Notice later. 15e WISE. Killed in action in Germany on April 27. 1945, CAPTAIN HARRY TALMADGE, JR.. beloved son of Rubv S. and Harry T. Wise, Sr. Graveside services at Baltimore National Cemetery, on Wednesday, De cember 15. 1948, at 11 A.M. Friends and relatives Invited. - 15 WOZNALUS. On December 12, 1948 AGGIE, beloved wife of the late Adam Woznalus. and beloved mother of George Woznalus. Funeral from her' home, 1443 Andre treet, on Thursday at 8.15 A. M Solemn . Requiem High Mass at St Alphonsus' Church at 9.15 A. M. In terment In Holy Cross Cemetery Brooklyn. 15e ZIRLIN. On December 14. 1948. LEON beloved husband of Annie Zlrlln (nee Katz), of 3436 Park Heights avenue. and beloved father of Irwin Zlrlln and brother of Louis Zirlin, Mrs. Rose Smith and Mrs. Elsie Kroop. Funeral from Sol Levlnson and Brothers Home. 1124-26 West North avenue, on Wednesday, December 15, at 11 A. M. Interment In Mishkin Is rael Congregation Cemetery, Southern avenue. Please omit flowers! In mourning at 3436 Park Heights avenue. la CEMETERIESAND IOT5. GLEN HAVEN (6 MEMORIAL PARK Located on Ritchie Hiehway at Glen Burnle 4 Graves Lots. Sbo.uo ana UD Terms to suit you JOS. F MORELAND Developer & Owner Glen Burnie 495 or Belmont 0727. PARKWOOD Baltimore's Most Beautiful Burial Estate Memorial Park and Monument Sections Public Mausoleum. Chapel. Perpetual care Nonsectarian Free bus Bunaay Executive Offices, 3310 Taylor ay HA. 0586 LORRAINE PARK Beautifully developed lots Reasonablj prirea. Permanent entombment In Lor raine Mausoleum. Phone VE. 1838 ot woociiawn 4vt BALTIMORE CEMETF.RV Beautiful memorial monument or lawn lec tions Kea.onaoiy priced Nonsectarian North Ave., east of Gay St. WO 1101. DRUID RIDGE CEMETERY PIKESVILLE Executive offices. 505 Cathedral St. LE. 8836 Office Cemetery. FO. 4545. Pikes 139. LOUDON PARK CEMETERY 95 Years of Dependable Service Perpetual Care Lots. Reasonably Priced. MORELAND MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY SrtOfi Harford. Rd HA 133T OAK LAWN CEMETERV 7225 EASTERN BLVD. PHONE ESSEX S WOODLAWN CEMETERY Office: FO. 6600 Woodlawn. Md MONUMENTS. VAULTS. ETC. (7' SINCE 1855 HENRY MERKEL, INC. 3534 FREDERICK AVE. 91. -40"? LOST AND FOUND (8 FOUND near Sears Sat. night, curly biack male nog, in, 2J4U. BAG Black corde. containing rhincstone necklace, compact & lipstick, in vicinity of Maria's. Albemarle & Fawn sts., early Sunday morning. Necklace sentimental value Reward. Call BE. 4823. after fi P. M. BANK BOOK NO. 2875 Vicinity of downtown. If found, send to Md. Trust Co.. Gay St. A- Fallsway. BANK BOOK No. R-1284. Please call Arbutus 1273-M. BRACELET Gold beads, filigree decora-tion. Reward. TOWSON 94. BRIEF CASE with Brown Bigelow Sales Book and other papers, etc. Name Robert P. Route stamped in gold. Reward $10. SA. 055H. DOO Lost in Northwest Baltimore. Named MICKEY. Female. Fox Terrier. Brown with white chest. Phone Longwood 4552 DOGS 2 females Sc 1 male Beagle. Reward for return. Catons. 2728-J. or write C. S. Hague, Ruffsdale. Penna. EAR RING Cameo. 3061. Lost 12-13. GI. HAT. lady's, pink; lost in N. W. Sec Sat. mcnt c-rii 1X7, -24Q after e p. M. HOUND Kfibhtt. 1 tear, black fc while Ian enrs. Reward. LI 1312. MONKY Lost West Haiti) between Wll kens A- Baltimore Sts. SHOO. EI). 197 1 Reward. OVERCOAT-Light grav gabardine. LoM Cahlll Lounge Dee. 12. Contains kevs Call TU. 4020. ext. 463. 8-4 30. .George Sioll Have your topcoat POCKETBOOK Lady's, black. Vicinity Fbr- rst Park. Keep money, return papers. fill LI 7418 PURSE-Striped silk coin purse, containing man's gold initial watch, name inside, chain At initial pen knife: lost in the driveway of Mt. Royal Station. Sunday night around 7. Reward. Call HO 0901 between 8.30 & 5. PURSE Small black beaded. Community nan. sun. even. Reward. KO. 9113. WALLET Red. Containing money fc cards Finder keep money, return wallet & cards ED.- 2890-J. WALLET Black. 2 initials "H. II." 15) $100 war bonds, also $160 cash. Uptown area Reward. Be. 3038. WALLET Man's. "tan Swank Senator. lost In Schulte's United Basement Saturday HO 4702. Reward. WALLET Man's. containing pension money fc identification cards, at Ward's or 27 bus. Liberal reward, FO. 7578. WALLET Lost in May Co', toy dept. Finder please) call OI.1578-W. Reward. WATCH (man'sl, rose gold Bulnva. 'teat her band. Lost Sat., vicinity Hecht's Parking Lot or downtown. Reward. Glen Burnie 426-W. ' SPECIAL NOTICES (91 I WILL MAKE slip covers with your material or call with samples. CH. 6307 EXPERT RUG" REPAIRING Done In your home. Reasonable prices. MA. 4122-J RADIOS repaired In your home. RADIO HOSPITAL. Call GTlmnr 8328 any time S H A R EYO U RCA R (10' RIDERS to share expenses to Los Angeles. Cal. leaving Sat.. Dec. 18. '49 Ford Conv. Refs. exchanged. Call CL. 3410. 7 to 9 P. M. WANT responsible person or persons to drive brand new 1949 Ford Convertible to Miami BeachUFla. Phone GI. 5827. DRIVING to Miami Dec. 19th. new Packard Help drive. Ref CH. 2073 DRIVING TO FLORIDA Dec. 26 or 27 . Take 1 or 2. Box 3843. Sun. DRIVING to Miami 22 Dec. Share expenses. Show refs MO. 8212 after 2 P. M. GOING to Miami." Fla., take 3. Share ex- penses. Leave Friday, Dec. 17. HO, 7153 PERSONALS (11 Will be found on Page 24 - WANTS (12) USED MACHINERY TO OPERATE SMALL MACHINE SHOP. WRITE 3702. SUN. CASH lor machinery, motors & mechanic's i9.1a-?lS. E. Pratt St. PL. 5288 WANTED Best alto saxophone available. Most reas price. SA. 5676 GOLD. Silver. Jewelry bought. Good prices CARL SCHON. INC.. 109 W. Saratoga St REFRIGERATORS wanted. Apt. size. Any conn, flip, buy 4 DIAMONDS. ANTIQUES. GOLD BOUGHT Medinger. 206 W. Saratoga. LE 6860 , Highest prices paid. MTJ. 4846 or LI. 1762 DIAMONDS. Antiques. Gold bought. D ttomins t;o.. iuu N. Liberty, 2nd nr. WANTED FURNITURE MR RICHARD Vg. 7943 TOP PRICES Paid tor furniture Pianos. Call Mr. Bill. SA. 7704. and SEWING MACHINES WANTED ALL KINDS. TOP PRICES PAID. MA. 2387 PIANOS Small uprights, baby grand. Spot casn, KunKei. 113 w. Saratoga, fl. 5997 FURNITURE WANTED ALL KINDS FOR APTS. MA. 2387 COAL OR WOOD STOVES Any eond Da y or nig rnv GS . C h a r l e M A 2 5 1 4 BATHTUBS. Toilets. Radiators". Sinks. Pipa Motors. Furnaces. Tools. BE. 2224 GOLD. SILVER AND DIAMONDS A. BLIVESS. 113 W. FAYETTE. PL. 3701. DEATHS i.r.. j.T.n.,il,.iff'.-ii .i r rl...Oi....A ,r iitii Jit) CALL JAY LEXINGTON 4062 pay spot cash for your furniture. All calls answered at your convenience. Sell us your Dining Room Living Room Bedroom and Kitchen Furniture. Table-Top Gas Rangers Singer Sewinsp Machines vaninr Macnines Pianos Electric and Ice Boxes Rues Sofa Beds S'udio Couchfs Secretaries Chi rlorobes Wardrobes Maple Living: Room Suite. A Single Pice or Enure Lp 723 GREENMOUNT AVEVTTB CALL JAY NOW LEXINGTON 41P2 CALL ME FIRST H. BAn.NES SARATOGA 4BS8 Calls ansaered in 30 minutes. Top prices paid for Bedroom. Onins Room. Living Room. Kitchen Furniture. Table-top Gas Rangfs. Refrigerators- Antiaues. Oriental and Domestic Ruks. Bnc-a-Brac. China. Curios. Oil Paintings. Washing Machines. OCice Eauipment. Silver and Goid. Also Antioue and Mocern Jeweiry and Diamonds. Glassware. Upright and Babf Grand Pianos. Radios. Sewing Machines. Bisque Ornaments. Vases and Cut Giass No lot too large or too small 844 NORTH HOWARD ST. Nights and Sundays cali FOrpst 4894. I'LL PAY CASH AS 1 BUY CALL BLIVESS. LA. 4259. Top prices paid for modern or antique furniture, bedrooms, aining. living room, ki'chen furniture, baby grand piancs. table-top gas ranges sewing machines Oriental A; domestic rugs, oil paintings, bric-a-brac, antiques, china curios, bisque ornaments, vases, cut glass, old gold A-ailver plared ware, antique A: modern jewelry, diamonds A; old coins. No lot too iarge or too small. Will call at once CALI. BLIVESS. LA. 4259. 1201 W NORTH AVE. NIGHTS AND SUNDAYS. LA 42S9. TOP PRICES PAID FOR FURNITURE Bedroom Dining Room Kilchen Living Poom Rues Oil Coal. Gas Ftovea Pianoa Washing Machines Curios Sewing Machines Tainting PfriEerators Vases Antioue Furniture China Marble-Too Furnitur Silverware Omamrnrs PLAZA 5744 OR WRITB MR. ALLEN. 714 W. BALTIMORE ST. NEW RETAIL, STORE WANTS saleable general merchan dise for cash. Small lots or complete stocks. Submit all proposi . tions to J. Callahan, 3000 - E Preston. WO. 9425. MR. CALLAHAN Recommended by E T Newell Co.. Auc tioneers. will buv large or small lots of modern and antioue furniture, diamonds and iewelry. silverware, ornaments and art oblects. libraries, boats and personal effects Collections such as firearms, etc or stocks of merchandise WO. 9425 Nights. MA 8597-W Address 3000 East Preston Street LOGS WANTED Poplar and Gum Logs and other apeciea. 12" diameter and over for veneer. Prices and specifications upon application. Delivery by truck or loaded on cars for railroad delivery to our New Jersey plants. JERSEY PACKAGE COMPANY MniTllle. New Jersey. Phone Millville 3r4 HIGHEST CASH PRICES FOR Dining Room C'hlnawara, Bedroom Siiverwara Kitchen Pianos Living Room Ornament Gas Rangea Vases Antioues Marble-Top Furn LEFS. 543 !. Chester St. BR. 4S37. FURNITURE MODERN AND ANTIQUE Will pay high cash prices Will call immediately Silver, domestic and Oriental rugs. Ornaments. Large acd small lots Good prices P FOX MAN. 202 CLIFTON AVENUE. Wlllceris 1398 I BUY ANYTHING Antiques and modern furniture, chinaware glassware, bric-a-brac, pianos, rooks and clothing Stirkman's. 1378 W Nortb avenue. Call MA 9764 I NEED YOUR FURNITURE Best prices for your dining room, bedroom, dinette, living room, gas ranges, odd pieces, etc CALL .MR GRETENT5- VE. 5337 808 Greenmount Ave. V. 5337. TOP PRICES For furniture, sewin machines, washing machines, brlc-a-brac Get quick results FRIEDMAN 713 W. Baltimore. MU. 5370. MTJ. 3BC.9 $ CASH IN A FLASH $ FOR FURNITURE & ANTIQUES Call Lewis. WO. 2686 ALL, USED FURNITURE WILL BRING YOU MONEY E & S. 743 N. GAY ST. BR. 4836 ANTIQUE Furniture. Bisoue. China and old Feather Beds. V S Feather Co. 2701 Cold Soring Lane.MO. 3774 PAWN TICKETS DIAMONDS LIVINGSTON 501 E Balto. St.. Cor. Gay. gA,0262 CALL LOUIS He buys anything of vaiue at top prices. LA. 6494-MA. 1583-J. PIANOS WE BUY. ALSO SELL Reed Piano Co.. 29 W. North Ave SA 2280 WE BUY used clothing & household articles nf all kinds fall Mr Beninmln FO SITUATION WANTED HOUSEHOLD (13 GIRL icol ). day work in ant. of young couple. Every Tiles. & every other Wed Rrf. Wo, 1206 after 6 P. M GIRL (COL. 1 WANTS DAY'S WORK. M A.7 2 .i.l-W GIRL fcol.t desires part-time work. Morn- incs preierreq. cu. JJ4 GIRL wants job. 4 or 5 days a week as nouseKeeper. la. quo. GIRL (col. I desires few hrs. ironing iiKht work. 1-3. SI. 50. OR. 6954. GIRL (colored) desires day s work. Caii EDJ1850:J. GIRL (col.) wants day's work, experienced. Mu:4436. GIRL wants day work lor Wed. LA. 9244. WOMAN (col.), settled, desires work as plain cook. 1st fir. work for gentiles: stay nights. 919 WT. Fayette. WOMAN " col. wants work as part-time cook. Ref. La. 8076. WOMAN (col.i wishes day's work, kind. 582 Baker Street, any WOMAN (Col.) desires work Mon., Refs. $4 & carfare. VE. 6712-R. Tues. WOMAN (col.l wants 826R. day's work. LE. WOMAN 'col.i wants 3 days' work, ironing o nly. Mrs. E dmo n d s. W I. 4 4 2 3 . WOMAN wishes days work. Call Hopkins 7Kf'S from 9-4. WOMAN icol. I wants general housework. no cooking. ED. 3976-VV after 5 P. M. YOUNG LADY WANTS DAY WORK. CALL MA. 7760. YOUNG WOMAN (col.) wishes day's work Call ED. 2291-M, HIGH-SCHOOL girl wants light house- work. VE. 0758-J. REFINEI") colored woman desires 3 days ik. with Gentiles Light cleaning Ironing. S4.20 day Tues.. Wed. At Fri. Stead worker. OP- 2924. BABY SITTERS (14 It Ail Y MTTKIt d.-Mrrs work. !( f KXP 2 N C nh'"i u . t . A, M 3 F. M. LAUNDERING (IS CURTAIN STUHrlCHINU A; HAND WORK TU. 9r,79 or 812 E North Ave HELP WANTED HOUSEHOLD '16 CHILD'S NURSE, exp. and ret. necessary 1 Lie in. Excellent salary. Pikes. 1603-J. COMPANION Wttri PrncLieal Nursing Experience for Elderly Woman Excellent opportunity for person who wants a fine home, References reauired Call MA. 0569 between 6 and 9 P. M. COOK. 1st class, and housework; no laundry. Ref. Live in. S25. Towson 709 COOK Housework. Refs. Stay some nights. No lau ndry. MA. 6592-J. MAID. gen. housework, wait on table, no cooking. Sieep in. Other help Salary $25 per wk. Rm. 22. 2nd fir.. 809 Cathe- aral St. Night. Pikesville 93 MAID, 2nd fl. work. No cooking. Live in. m Uf.tnave.refs. Towsqnl 281 WOMAN, settled, for housekeeping At plain rooking. City ref. Live in. 51, days. $25. MO 11H. WOMAN (col ), reliable, refined, tues.. Fri. and Frl.eve..$10. RefLI. 3444. WOMAN or Girl (white) to live in. General housework. HO. 6870. WOMEN General house work, must like chilriren; reL reouired. HA. 4186. REFINED WOMAN wanted to do light household duties and help with baby in exchange for room and board in nice home. Small salary. HO. 0758 (MALE AND FEMALE! GARDENER - CHAUFFEUR Small estate. Only experienced, settled white man; employment as maid available for wife or daughter. 5-room apartment, unfur nished. Phone Mr. Fisner. MUlberry 2i2 daytime- PikesviHe 8 evenir.zs. SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE (17) DAY WORKER (CoiL Skilled. wanted housecleaning or reeular days from 10 A.M. 'to 5 P.M., specially interested in cleaning paints, windows and hardwood floors. $5.50 per day Refs. No laundry of anv kind. til. 8977 EXECUTIVE SECRETARY 7 years' top flight experience in medicine Ai busmesi VeryeffiCient.Box3838Sun. GIRL (col ) wishes Job as dishwasner. I.O L'74 GRADUATE practical nurse available col.) Day and night duty Reas. rate Phone SA 5704 LADY (Gent llei. over 35. refined", neatlv dressed, desires permanent portion in small store or htisiness. N.-N W. sect. nref Ref. 3H57, Sun. NURSE, unoer-gradiiate. desires 8 or 10 hr. dutv. 19 months on last rase, Ref Phone Ches. 3631 NURSE Practical, desires day duty, exp and good ref. FO. 3273. NURSE Practical, desires day duty, exp and good ref HA. 0173. PRACTICAL NURSE available. Trained graduate. Day or ntefat duty. Reasonable rate. Phone SA. 5131. PRACTICAL NURSE (col.) desires nisht or day. LO. 6325 wor SECRETARY Capable taking complete charge of small office. Salary $50. FOrest 8432, SECRETARY Top flight, desires resp. poi- tion. S42.50. 5-day week. WT. 7046. WOMAN desires night work cleaning office. WI. 3306. EXP. nurse, companion. College woman: will nurse Invalid, assist light duties or full charge nice home: live in as one of HO 6348 SITUATIONS (Port Time) FEMALE (18 STENOGRAPHER Exp. desires part-time iob. Call Curtis 3P89-J. YOUNG LADY High school grad. A: typist, desires part-time work. Box .1891. Pun. NECESSARY Work to be done at horn- 'n evenings. Typing, filing or what have you. FE. 7337. Box 3330. Sun. - i - i WANTS THE SUN. Wednesday, HEIP WANTED FEMALE fit ALTERATION HANDS Must be thorough;? experienced. Fine lady g apparei. permanent. Salary 40. The French Shop. 1116 N. Charles St. ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER.. STENOGRAPHER General ofiice work. Permanent. SA. 4050. BAR MAID Good salary. Exp. not ttcev ?ary. Ap ply 7 E. Cross. Howard s Tavern BAR MAID, white. Must oe experienced Apply Rlr.g'ice Bar. 812 E. Balto. St. BARMAID Your.e. experienced. Cafe. 3804 Be on st. Oriach i BEAUTICIAN Ep At one. Bt-y RarrsT Hairdresser. 2323 N. Charles et. BE. 4072: eves.. BE. g817. BEAUTICIAN Exp. Apply Lot.'.t Ladv Beauty Salon. ICS E. We-t st SO. 24; 1. BINDERY WORK Gir'.s 13-30 (flr.g'.eV S'eady work. Rotate 2 wks. day shut. 2 wits. 4-12 chift. 'Oe. to start, increases to 80c Production bonus Night shift differential. On No. 8 earhxe. BALTIMORE SALES300K CO. 3132 Frederick Ave. or Miss Phillips. 41 Hop-:ir.s P. BOOKKEEPER. 20-30 yrs. Pleasant workinc cond. Health proc-arn. Life Insurance & profit sharing benefits. Regular 5-ca. t. with overtime for Sat. Call GI. 100 for appointment. Ealtimore Porcelain Steei Corpora icn BOOKKEEPER Restaurant knowledge of doube entry Apply Sotel'i Restaurart. CH. 9445. BOOKKEEPING MACHINE OPERATOR Burroughs class 72 typewriting bookkeeping machine ocerpt-or. Experience cecs sarv preferable or. pavroll Attractive s'ar'ing salary. Eligible for periodic merit increasrs. 5-cay week. 40 hours Vtr-.-e 3720. S :Ln CANVASSERS Saleswomen. No rr.or cocr- to-coor knocking, wor t appointment onl'. It pays to investigate. Co.. 2?rii Pennsylvania Ave CASHIER-TYPIST IK to 55 years of age. Good opoort'tnity for future advarcement. No experience necessary. V.'e will train the rieht e:ri Vacation with ray. Pleasant surroundings with large financial cstsnt;on. See Mr. Room 200. Thomas Elcg - t Light Ft CLERK-TYPIST Age 18-25. Permanent position with opportunity for advancement. Pleasant working conditions. 40-hr. wk. Apply Western Maryland Dairy. Linden, ave. i Dolphin s CLERK-TYPIST General office work. Opportunity lor ad vancement, permanent position, a-cay-40-hr. week. Apply Rocm 200. 16 Park Ave., or Monun-.enta! Life Insurance Co . North Ave At Gay St. CLERK-TYPIST Young iaa;es. Rapid typ ists, some knowiecge o: scortnanc. cut not essential. 5-day wit. Apr-ly Para mount Mfg. Co.. 34 E. Montgomery, oe- . tween cnanes ai iiisni ota. eee ars ; Snvder. CLERK-TYPIST H:zh schoo'. graduate, good permanent position, shorthand, gen eral clerical work and answering te,e phone THE ALBRECHT COMPANY 211 P Sharp street Baltimore 1- Md CLERK Recent, academic H. S. grad Math student. Exp. not necessary. Typing d"-straole. Position permanent. Daylight office. Convenient location. Rapid advancement. Home Friendly Ins. Co. of Md . Park Ave. At Centre Sr CLERK - TYPIST Genera! office work. Pleasant surroundings. Good Day Security Oil Co.. W. 25tc St. ft Huntir.jloiive. CLERK Permanent position witn we i-established life insurance company for H S. Grad. Typing reauired Mu'ie while you work. 5 day. 40 hr. wk. Call Mrs Mate. SA 80R0. COUNTER WOMAN For restaurant. Must have exp At able to cook Hrs . 2 to 11 P. M FotKiiand Coffee Shop. 490" Belair rd. CL. C220, DEMONSTRATORS needed by Star, e-s Home Products. 1901 St. Paul St HO FILE CLERK Permanent position. Attractive salary. 5-riay. 37l-s-hour week. THE AMERICAN-ASSOCIATED INSURANCE COMPANIES 180 1 O SULLIVAN BUILDING FOUNTAIN Girl irol.l. exp . neati good hours, gooa pay. Kriser urursiore. Charles A- Centre FOUNTAIN GIRLS We have several vacancies in our store in N. W. A- N. E Esiio. Applicants m-jt be alert, courteous At reat in appearance Uniforms furnished. Excellent starting salary. Apply READ'S PERSONNEL CHARLES & FAYETTE STS. GIRL t white) for clean, light factor work in pleasant surroundings Good starting salary. Five-day week. No night or Saturday work. Center cf city No experience neressar. Permanent poi-ior with paid vacation and other employee benefits. J SCHOFVEMAV. INC. 412 W. REDWOOD ST GIRL Exp. marking roil worker. Exce'.ier.t opportunity, good wages, discount privileges. Apply ar once. IRYINS 9 S BOND ST. GIRL Between 18 At 2o wanted for i.ght of? Ice work, witn Knowledge oi typing. Hnnre- THE AMERICAN HOME EQUIPMENT CO. 1721 J-LEtr St. for soda fountain A- sandwich mslai' Fxp No phone calls. Marsigiia s. 30C W. Madison t. GIRL for lieht factory work. Apply str-a.l Samuel Brrger Co. r.a jr.. w o Cliarles st. GIRL (col.i Short order cook. Exp. Neat St reliable No phone calls. Marsis-a 300 W Madison S' GIRLS NO CANVASSING Leads furnished. No canvassmsr necessary Earn over S75 weekly. We w.n train you Salary or commission. Transportation furnishefl Permanent po'iT.on. Apply 7.3C A. M to 9 A. M. Room I0. MARTINS SALES DIVISION 10 E. PRESTON ST. GIRLS Fcr fountain. Day work only. Shure's Drug Store. 5024 Park Eeights avenue. . HOSTESS. Coffee Shop 1st c.ass hotei Must be horoughlv exp Answer rivina ae. oualiCcations : refs. to box 30.. HOSTESS (wh.tei reSr.ed capaoie or Handling help A"!y aiter 5 P. NL Pizzas Rest aurant. 3fo S. Hi-h St. HOUSE MOTHFR to take charge of girl's cottage. Refined. intelligent, tactfu woman. High school education preferred Protestant. Complete maintenance. Good salary. 5 days wk. Ca'or'vi'. 1033. HOUSEWIVES CAREER OPPORTUNITY In msnarme and srilnig whl kfolr.c flo th hi.ine Otitis fiRil ' Mae Ciiir. f-H il-iO nr VVinf!Un s-..t LAIY dvrr 21. a In (t.-p'it d-vrrtlMnc how-rard wri'tr.g ar.rt w'rdow rtresMtig Sainrv .3.' 'o 4i a week Owd rhnnce for advancer-. er.t Bargain King 3.n Fs'-tern ae . HR 2237 LADIES Innuire now how to be an Ait, renresentair.e during spare hours Pj 5276 LIOUOR SALESLADIES 3. 21-33 yrs. wi'h some exp. m pacage goods sales, for work until Xm:ts SCHREIBFR PROS. ErTAWA- J.EXlNGTONSTS MAID. White Room At board. Apply Mrs Mont e 11. Syde nham Hospital. Harford rd MILLINER Ar Saleslady One with creative ideas making Ac trimming. Age 30 to 50. fire appearance Sz personality Excellent salary, steady position, if oualsSed. Virginia Drikiil Dress Shop. To'on. NURSE White Undergraduate or practical. For general cay duty wi-h children aces 6 to 12. Rheumatic fever Live tn St Gabriel's Convalescent Home. Catens 004 NURSE Registered- practical or undergraduate. 10 hr duty 6 days a wk. Fui; maintenance $140 per mo. Evergreen 1466. HO 7452 after 5, NURSE'S Graduates, day or nigh' Gr-"c salary A: hour" Doctors hospital. N Char'es Street NURSES (White), exo 'or inexp . for tsrnim work call lAjr. J NURSES A- Nurses' Aides (white), exo.. 12 hrs . 6-da- week. I. 6S73 OFFICE WORKERS Stenographer', typists, clerks. R-da wk central location, pleasant, surroundings, wanted by a lars. casualty insurance COLE. 4830. Evt V2 . OPERATORS (6) SINGLE NEEDLE EXPERIENCED ONLY APPLY N. M. GERBER CO. 37 S. LIBERTY ST. OPERATORS Exp. double needle Fellers Appiv Best Manufacturing Co.. Oliver & Chester Sts. . OPERATORS -Only experienced on ladies coats nerd apply Excellent pay. FArtfC MANOR COAT CORP42 S Para St, - PAY ROLL CLERK Experience on Burouchs calculator or Mar-rhant machine 5 clays, no Sattirdavj Good siar'in- alary Apply Ralecr Manufacturing. Mccormick Building. 9th flno- 414 l l-ht St PAYROLL CLERKS Genrral Office Workers Exp not require. Pernanent positions. 5-dav week So S-iurdays L. GREIF & BRO.. rNC. FOMFLANJ AVFNUF. GOV4V3 POSTING Mschine Operator Knowledge of tvpme neces.-arv. Permanent employment Call VE 4071 RECEPTIONIST OFFICE WORKER Good typist with office experience & pleasant telephone voice. Hih school graduate. Apply in person only. Miss Cu.'e-Mondav thru Friday 2 to 4 P. M. 6.3'") to 9 P. M. Arthur Murray Studios. 217 N Charles S? RESEARCH ASST. who can read & write Russian. Knowledge cf economics. Abiht to type desirable but not necessary. Good salary. Full time or part-time. Apply EO. 330O. Ext. 45 SALESGIRLS Outside sales work. 3 sales daily. Pays $75 wkiy. comm. 31 S. Calvert R-.. Rm. 4C8. SALESGIRLS To work -in variety store. Aco'.y KIRSCH S. 663 Wr. Lexington. St SALESLADY' Exp., fine At personality, potentially capable of assime owner. Ace 30 to 50. Eyellent salary, steady rotion. if qualified. Virginia p-lskiH Dre-s Shop Towson. SALESLADY Exp Too salary. FieasaTt' surroundings. Clothing dept.. Ideal, '22 N. Gav St. at i i m..m Mmm0km,t i December 15, 194R 4.0 HELP WANTED f EM Alt M) sA-iSLAj i is pr.ocr-grasn r-e- cra truster in frrt.. eta:trr.r.t f.rre. Mist fast mcv,rg arc ro. CaJ MVIC'31 frr SALESLADIES We tare evral t-sr, in N. V.' , is.Tr. T'r..' positions A- ofTer enre,. tit.! conirc. & Etar.7 Apply tea It-, mr tnr. are rrrwnt :!tt s'arf.r.c sry err.p.cre berefua. READ S PERSONNEL CHARLES & FAYETTE STS. SALFSLADIES Over 21. We-aier.' M-c's Til. tVf Criiaren s wearier sppsre'. d'?msti'-s Jfc fc-otweir Salary ?35 to 45 a fK. O'v-d f i-ur Bargain King, 3;3 E&jtera ave EH . 222 SALES LADIES Wanted for bakery. AccTr 5110 Fart He:;"; Ave. SALES WOMAN -& r. t.'.e. ae 30 to SO. Vie grcctned K-cr. sa.arv. Exceert opportunity. One wih fo.ow:rg can procuce. Ability to fca-i.e -e cl.enti. Arp.icat'-ctis held coni-r-tal. O-ir etr Pit-tes knew cf this ao Bex No. 3715, SALESWOMEN Full end pert ti-e. Aztr active, capable voipn beticeen 13 cni 40 veers cf C7T for CftristT-ci trori; in rcnoitf ccjja,tne!t. Apply Prrso-vnrl Oi". EaVon'A Faurr-p Blin.. rr-T? 9.30 A.M. f 5 30 P. M. except Tt-ursia-js, 9.35 A.M. to 9 P.M. THE MAY CO. SECRETARY STENOGRAPHER MfdicM exp. prfe--i Fasr-ra'-.rr werk Cfr.cia- .ere Ar-e :t.rr.d : Ovti siarT c. s C-ires. 5,-c.av ECRFTAR Y'-ST'EN'OGRAr" KZR Or.e t !l iegi.1 exp. preferred. Go-,s alary. Op-. pcrtur.:;y for a-ivar.crr.f r. :. F.eplies ecs-7T.:ia:, E-x 3158. Sir. STENOGRAPHER and TYPIST 1 PERMANENT POSITIONS MOSES KAHN 447 V GAY ST. COR. ZAFT FT i ENOG.-vArHLR Li Pertr.artr t ws.;.on. -ieaact c.c svrrotincici i-acies specialty fore Gecc sa;ary w::n etnp;oyees' discount pr;v.;ege. Apciy 3d f-r. m POWTT LTvvov 220 N. CriLt '! St STENOGHAPHER-CLEPK Sce rtev.,i experience csirei. Accurst typipt. wfn kr.ow.ecre of general effire rr-ie. Lc"Ee5 g y Eal- tncre Ptea-i. yr. r"'."fj & 5-cay writ STENOGRAPHER Em. or wiliisg to lesrn ir'gs . een-veyancing. 5-iay wc. ExcUent ecpor-t-n:'y ftsa'.v Bet 33C2. Stis. STENOGRAPHER 1 be accurate with .fust shc-rthandL figure; Position of re-3-60- Sun person:. :-y Box STENOGRAPHER For lawyers off:c 5-day week. tnnecessiry. Apply 613 Mcrc3 r.:,e Trust E '.tn STENOGRAPHER For law rni. Apply 1 3''" 3 F:r-t Na-nnal Bsr.s Bltir TYPIST With k-cw'.dre of shcrtisrd Age 18-30. 5 days No s""jreayi. Goo4 starting salary. Arr.T F.a;gn Marj-i. factunr.r. McCcnxuca Euilcirs. 9th f.ocr. 414 Ligr.t TYPIST-CLERK Exp. 1- handling rr.on.Mor telephone heard helpful: coviittTt. ir.s-irance clf.-e Fiess-ant surrounding 5-ray t. Sick a d retirement rer.ffrs VE TYPIST For billing sec. cf acJur.-:r dent of estab.i-.e firm in Essex-Dun. ca.k areai 5-cay wk. Grno ir.'j-sr-e. Paid vacation. Teiepcor.e WO. 0533 lo ppoir.tirr.t TYPIST Act urate, with knowledge c? general office routine psi-t.on. 5l2-cay k. Union Memorial Hot. Pfa; iYFIST and cffice assistant who has bad more than cn. year's mercantile f x r r -enr-e. Call J. S Marrow. TU. 3142 TYi'ISTa As:. l-40 clie-apr.&re eP. e- cir;cal wc.- Stst S39 r-0 . MU 2200. 92'" 5 EXT4W T WAIirtESt Exp. wit.n ref- to worx eight shi.'t. 6 to 5 6 dTi a ej Good ts". excellent t ps App1 in person. Pelt s L: n c 15r3 E. Fa WAITP.ESS Experier. red cnl" for class restaurant. Apply 704 N. He ward .:, WAITRESS t white"', "ex?. Apply" IB51 W. Pavt-e St. or cal'. GI. 331 4 . WAITRESS Exneriencec. An:,ly Nan King F.staurar-. 3?!t F-est pork AT WAITRESSES Fun par Aptily Manceli s Uptown, 5435 F.eisier. F c WAITRESSES k CUP 3 GIFLS F:'U At part titr.e No al-cr.c.ic b r.-s I-- ;mr- c Fentr.s. F3. Y"rt P HO. 145 WAITRESSKS -Exp (Tallin person, fret to 3 -. .i Mt. i Restaurant- 300 A ' !- rn 4 I WAITRESSES WANTE i r.ry ta.i ft. -4 WAITRESSES P:ceadi"y N":r W. Fsye e s Altft 7 P M :t Cub, 115 WOMAN' Reft-ed To wrc 1 Per to r:rht party 35" Ro'.nd Ate - flower stCD. trs. Roberts. WONrEN 'whi:e for all certs, cf Itucirr. 5-dav week, no right wcrk. Appi- V:ss Mann Annex La -'dry. 125 N Cimtca S- . on r-r cf E Fa-fe. WCNfrN f-r gene-si k: work Apb.t iff. Tsxs a; "t-ca fr.:r' S S FtSO CO. 113 W. LEXINGTON FT. . WOMEN wanted t-5 sel: Nylon hosiery. Earn extra mcne-. for Xmas in your time Exp t-ceta:T Personal hosiery A- s a Ie kit free w, Cf2 WOMEN for toofcene so.icitatt'-n. no exp. nec. ir'eres'ir.g r.ewsnapen wo-k. $10 CO salar A- eotnn,s!on. Include coe cuni- ber. Write r-x 3-24. Sir. YOUNG LADY. h;rl--?-r.oc! rrsd-a'e. wsr.ted for permanent rc-"'. e.s tory holce. fcr r.;grt were. No experience r--e-.-any. but -r:c? c fart ar.c a-c.'rst reader Arr'v Recertir. Xes. Crst fiocr. The S'ir.saprs j VOrNf LADY wi Cge of r ct- t- Apply 2r.d Tiiri at . K I ? .- r o , t o -,- ; 119 W YOUNG LADY Experieieed r.r r I-c;a: r"'-e 5-0 - week Ke to Cn-p . jr F.,.-.rr.--re f VoUNfi LAlJY f"T (.t:; A typ'ri yc.- in iaporatnry 5-day 4' he 2101 y E"t' .- P-.-n' S-O YOUNG LADY T- p:t-. ralci- .tor cperatrr. St w to stan. Very good hours. EA. 1-5B . YOUNG LADY to wc-x r. cnugiiore. exj. arc: ref. r cut red ETJ 344S YOUNG Woar.fch "white 25-i5 yers of -te. Exp soda 'c.nti .n A- l.r,-n nette. F-ff. Salary. T-jt hr Swing s.n.ft -Arns cg-e.eri TR W Crc c t. ?-fU 1145 ATTENTION Icrea your i.-.corr.e. Sl! Duo-Flex Nylon Ladies Eos.ery to your frtendc ' ellow-etr.Lioyes ana cio mei-b e - c Fre. sam'lei Shatie c '. k r" -o: " r r bock. Good Fronts no mvetrt. We wili h.ep vcu to start yo-r own business in vor sre -:e -repea; sales assured. Fcr cc.mP.ete mfor-ntation rf -r.' DUO-FT.EX POSTERY CO "DESIP. AELE POSITIONS" FOR 0".T'FTF) YOWG WOMEN STARTING 'r--FS 33 5-DAY WEEK THE CHESAPEAKE & POTOMAC TELEPHONE CO. BALTrMOPt err? . PACT. FTT EXPEP.IENCETrsTE'VO." FOR LAW OFFICE. Good salary. 5-daw Jt. 1015 Cert Sinele. high-school graduate. A responsible position coins har.:caJ drawing and clerical work. Tvp:ng necessary. 5-cay Trees: C?ll Miss LE. 3cy PART TIM to C3 : Cleaner Apply S ( T UAT'ONS WANT ED WALE (20) ACCOUNTANT Diversified experfrce. general leccer. txe-. credits. Wants cenm.-n.ent p-'tion Evervneen 1251 ACC T" 42. ma rr.ed. ces-'es pes. Exp ct't acct . paymastr. etc. 3 wrs. cuhuc is- rfi,r":-f erp FvcelT'f Box ?.:1'.4 sin, AUIO MECiiANiC he.p-r oetires potmen. MA 416-H BA.KXR wi-.-.ts -escy i'-tt. Night or c.t. C. Eli'.o't. 7403 rd . Jones Creek Sparrow Pt . . CF ACFTTUR OF. TPt'CK t).IVi.R C.T f-om 7 A M S A M cr 4 P. M -9 P M. LA.5--80 . CHAl'f FFUR Fxp.. tarf-:i c river. G'-' re;-. 17-1 N E -ii-on ave Pr M A S'.i 3 V, CAUFf FUR willies job. ruclic or private. LO 9274 . . COOK". snrrt order c re- work. Crotd re-enre- Fxti ""7 T'r- er st . 1 CU'l" 11H AND MAPKI" d r- worn. Ep. Casa- of takf.t or c! tj"in fieor Lai:e gartrts , -me pattern and zr S t-ep. B "li ' 6-- - DRT'VR 'Ccl . can truck or 4aa. Rl Jable. Pef WO. 53-v . MACHINIST vOf"Xr.. model shep experience. Precision machiruns benci. la'he a-ientbly and tench wcrk. Lawrence D. R-csIey. 1634 Mcrienry Et MAINTENANCE man. ber. active, ex-otei apartment houses. penencea m riires PC -'- -- 2-2 Sur MAN iCol as cool., ED. I913-: PAINTER wishes FTS F.HT Arz. S wcrk wit-h contractor. cT r;Miv.vf?.rT- AVD:srs RetaH or wholesale Aggressive miccle-ageii man. excei'.t-nt DaCfiErourd ior.g exp a., -prases paint, hardware, housewares - kindred l.nes. ce.r.s orp to snow ahii-.'y to !ifcs48:a! ergnri'a'tor) on salary fi ro-rr-'s-'on er tans Eot ??'. . .r, . SILK SPOTTER eva;r-' for vk E-'br and f?ady wnrce- Sta wc:m Cis-.'.! 3 . tx. Ecx. 371, Sun. WAITRESSFS '2' G"" pv Artsy Wj-rs"r n-att 21-e W. V"rh WAITRESSES war.-d. Seven Seas Rest., 3c03 L:t-ertT Eei.h.'s ave .

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