The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on September 14, 1938 · 26
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WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 1938 HARE CONFIDENT AS HE MEETS BUDGE National Singles on the Card for Today FOREST HILLS. N. Y Spt 13 (A. P.) Charln Edgar Hare, veteran English internationalist, received a 24-hctr reprieve when an overnight rain washed out today's matche in the rational singles championships at the West Side Tenuis Club. Hare was scheduled to meet quadruple champion Don Budge today, but the Englishman said he felt far from like the condemned man who'd just received a reprieve from the Governor. Though the California Don has lost only a few sets since the Summer season started, the Giant English southpaw who tackls r im tomorrow afternoon insisted he felt no differently about playing Budge than he would about playing tiddle-de-winks with his grandmother. "Make a Match of It" Having discovered in last year's Davis Cup challenge round that he could give Burice a battle for at least on set Big Red finally won at 15 13 Hare definitely is determined to make a match of it this time. "Considering Budge's record, he conceded, "that set of ours a year Co probably should be considered good going on my part. But if I'm playing well tomorrow, there's no reason why I shouldn't do as well and possibly even better." Informed that Budge had looked lackadaisical his last time out Against Bob Kamrath, while Hare was brushing aside North Caroj-lina s 'Frank Farrell, the Englishman looked quite pleased. 'Lackadaisical, was he?" said the big British blond. "I just hope he's even more so tomorrow." Other Pairings The Budge-Hare match should be the chief attraction in the men's division as the four remaining brackets in the quarter-final round fire filled. The other pairings are Sidney Wood with Franjo Kukul-jevico of Yugoslavia. Don McNeill w ith Australia's Harry Hopman and Aussie Adrian Quist with "Bitsy" Grjnt, Closest of the women's matches promises to be that between Kay Stammers of England and Barbara Winslow of Hollywood. Alice Marble will play Dorothy Stevenson of Australia. Mrs. Sarah Palfrey Fabyan will meet Thelma Coyne of Australia and Dorothy Workman will face Jadwiga Jcdrzejowska of Poland in the others. Program Moved Up Today's postponement caused tournament officials to move up the entire program one day. The quarter-final matches will be split evenly over Thursday and Friday, with the semi-finals on Saturday nd the finals on Sunday. Getting in an extra Sunday may help balance the U. S. L. T. A. budget, which suffered a big jolt yesterday when two of the chief drawing cards, Helen Jacobs and Bobby Biggs, were eliminated. GROVER TO MEET DR. GLASER FOR ATHOL EXCHANGE TITLE ATHOL. Sept. 13 By defeating Matthew Meany today, Robert Grover advanced to the finals in the Athol Exchange Golf Club tournament and will meet Dr. Samuel Glaser, who beat Jett T. Stowell at Town Tavern in Winchendon Sept. 21. OXFORD RACES POSTPONED SOUTH PARIS, Me.. Sept. 13 A wet track caused the postponement of the nine-race card today at the opening of Oxford County Fair. The initial program will be run off Wednesday with an added class, the junior free-for-all mixed, to bring the number of heats up to 12. GARIBALDI PINS NEWMAN NEW HAVEN. Conn., SepL !3 A. P.) Gino Garibaldi, 220, St. Louis, recorded two straight falls tonight over Eddie (Babe) Newman. 230. Hollywood, Calif., to win the feature wrestling match here. Other results: Clrryrv Rvan. Mt. Dfnvw. threw Bill Middlrkauf. 235. Florida; Eddie Meske i:o. Akron, defeated Ed While. 250. Al-abama: Jim Austen. 207. Italy, and Sam tlenacher. 214. New York, draw. SCOTS IN TRIPLE TIE GLASGOW. SepL 13 (A. P.) Partick Thistle joined Clyde and Queen of the South at the top of the Scottish Football League today by defeating Raith Rovers. 2-1. The three clubs each have 10 points. In other major league matches Hearts won. 1-0. at Falkirk and St. Msrren won a home game against Queen's Park by 2-1. Dl NATALE STUDIES LAW Tony DiNatale of Belmont, captain of the Boston College eleven last Fall and recently elected to lead the Eastern All-Stars against the Shamrocks tonight, will begin courses in, the evening division of P.. C. Uw School on Friday. Di-Natale says he has always intended to become an attorney and will do it the hard way, working days and studying nights. PLANS GIANT PHOTOS FOR AMERICA'S BENEFIT TOKIO (A. P.) To conform to the alleged American liking for "the most something In the world, Ja pan will send gigantic photographs der;c?irg her scenic beauties and industrial development to the New York and San Francisco fairs. Keyo Okada, camera expert, has ceen assigned to prepare photographs 130 feet by 30 feet showing the perfectly shaped cone of Mt Fuji. Japan's sacred mountain. Of fcials believe the pictures will be lie biggest ever made. DUMBBELLS WMCMVOLtVUrVtT I HAN W TXOLE TtJiGWhU3A6f.a PlGA.. -poeATrf BUT WEAR ASiY FOR. KAC- I ii i t- .r-f a 1 V . V SELECTMEN DEFER KENDRICK HEARING Norwood Recall ' Action Assailed as "Politics" ft aerial Pi-aatrl. I ike GUfc NORWOOD. Sept. 13 The expected airing of charges on which three members of the Board of Selectmen seek to oust Town Manager William G n. . WILLIAM C. KENDRICK C. Kendrick failed to materialize tonight when the Selectmen announced that their special counsel, George R. Farnum, had not had We opportunity to draw up the charges. The Selectmen, however, attacked the movement for their recall as "a political maneuver to nullify the provisions of the town charter 1 1 at the general manager shall be subject to the direetlon and supervision, and shall hold office at the will of the Selectmen." Following a closed meeting attended by Kendrick and Selectmen Sture Nelson, Herbert V. Brady and John Mutch, the Selectmen issued a statement declaring that if "certain town records, necessary to identify the charges," are made available by the manager before the board's regular meeting, a special meeting will be called "so that the public may be promptly informed." The three Selectmen had voted recently to oust Kendrick from his $5100-a-year job, but the vote was declared illegal by the town counsel because no charges had been filed. The town manager is still performing his duties. The three Selectmen have until Thursday to act under a recall brought by town citizens. They have the alternative of resigning or of having their names go automatically onto a ballot with the names of other candidates for election. HUNT MOTIVE FOR FLYNN SHOOTINGS Police Probe Deaths of Simmons Grad, Husband ADAMS, N. Y, Sept. 13 (A. P.) Police today hunted for a motive in the fatal shooting of Mrs. Barbara Mather Flynn, 28, and her former state trooper husband, Arthur E. Flynn, 28, at their farm home near here. Mrs. Flynn was found dead in an upstairs bedroom with two bullet wounds in her head and her husband lay unconscious nearby, with a bullet wound in his head. He was taken to a hospital in Watertown where he died several hours later. The young couple made their home with Mrs. Flynn's parents, Mr. 1 ' BARBARA MATHER FLYNN and Mrs. William Mather. Mrs. Flynn was employed by her father at his feed store in Adams, where the family played a prominent part in community life. Flynn was employed on lather's farm. She was graduated from Simmons College Boston, in 1931. Simmons College classmates and instructors of Mrs." Flynn last night recalled her as one of the best-looking, cleverest and most popular members of the class of 1931. Mrs. Lawrence H. Pratt of Ar-dale st., Roslindale, an instructor, produced a class album in which the former Barbara Gail Mather was termed 'Versatility personified." The class historian said. "She mystifies everybody as to how she can go out so much and still get the high grades she does. In her last two years at Simmons, Mrs. Flynn was a member of the Simmons Academy honor group. COURT ASKED TO REMOVE DOLAN ESTATE EXECUTORS DEDHAM. Sept. 13 Removal of Judge Edward L. Logan of Boston, Gordon F. Coughlin of Brookline and Mary J. Donnelly of Boston as executors of the estate of Mary A. Dolan of Brookline was asked today in Norfolk Probate Court bv Mrs. Elizabeth P. Riley of Medford, who was left $25,000 in Mrs. Dolan's will for -faithful services." Mrs. Riley alleges in her petition that she has been paid only $14,500 to date. Granting one request in the petition. Judge Joseph R. McCoole issued a temporary restraining order to prevent the executors from selling or otherwise disposing of the assets of the estate. The petition for removal will be marked for a hearing by Registrar of Probate James R. Reynolds. How to Judge "How do you judge a bathing suit?" "If it pleases the young men and shocks the old maids, it s O. K." Montreal Star. ? r - x 7 v. - v ? ' Recreation Supervisor Now W.P. A. Carpenter AMESBURY, Sept, 13 In a sur-nris move, regional officials of the W. P. A. today ordered James W. Inglis, recreation supervisor since the department was organized four years ago, transferred to the High School athletic field project as a carpenter. No reason was given for the order, although, it is known that an investigation of conditions at the recreation center had been under way by state officials. James H. Gillespie, W. P. A. coordinator, said that he would attempt to determine the reason for the action. Death Notices ADLEY In South Boston, Sept. 12. Caroline T.. beloved wife of Frank P. Adley. Funeral from the "!"dnf7t0J her son. Herbert F. Schulze. 552 East 7th St.. Thursday morning. Sept. 15. Reouiem Mass in the Gate of Heaven Church at 9 o'clock. Relative and friends invited. New Jersey papers please copy. BANEY In South Boston. September 11. Marv (Winkle), beloved wife of the late Joseph Baney. Funeral from her residence. 65 Gate st..- Thursday morning et 8. Solemn Requiem High Mass at St. Augustine s Church at 8:45 Relative and friends are kindly invited to attend. BAUMAN In Stoneham. Sept. 11. George A. Bauman, in his 55th year. Services at his late home, 4 Walker road, Wednesday. Sept. 14, at 2 p. m. BEECK Tn Belmont. Sept. 13, Susan I nee Morton), beloved wife of Frank Beeck. Services at her late home. 1 Exeter st.. Friday. Sept. 16. at 2 p. m. Relatives and friends respectfully invited to attend. BLISS Of Winthrop. SepL 11. suddenly. Arthur T.. husband of Grace L. Bliss Services at his late residence. 219 ourt road. Winthrop Centre (Station), on Wednesday, at 3 p. m. Relatives and friends invited. It is requested that no flowers be sent. BRODY In Roxbury, Sept. 13. Mary, beloved wife of the late Joseph Brody and mother of Moses and Samuel Brody. Jennie Frankel, Florence Goldblatt and Anna Sokol. Funeral services from the funeral home of Jacob H. Levine. 394 Washington St., Dorchester, on Wednesday, Sept. 14. at 2 p. m. Relatives and friends invited. BROWN In Somerville. Sept. 13. Catherine Glenn Brown, widow, of Patrick Brown. Funeral from P. J. Cox & Sons Funeral Home, 14 Highland St.. Woburn. Friday, Sept. 16. at 8:15. Requiem High Mass at St. Charles Church. Woburn. at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Fall River and Lowell papers please copy. CAMPBELL In Atlantic. Sept. 13. Edward J., beloved husband of Millie (Nelson) Campbell. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from his late home, 115 Colby rd.. on Thurs.. Sept. 15. at 1:15 p. m. Services at Sacred Heart Church at 2 o'clock. CHAPMAN In StougMon Sept. 12. Daniel C, husband of Georgia (Hay) Chapman. Fttneral services at the funeral home of Lowe & Powers. 115 Monk St., Stoughton. Thursday, Sept. 15. at 2 p. m. Relatives and friends invited. COMMERS In So. Boston, Sept. 13, Charles, beloved husband of Jennie (Truyens) Commers. Funeral from the home of his daughter, Mrs. Joanna Ran-court, 202 West 9th St.. on Thursday morning at 8:30. Requiem High Mass at St. Augustine's Church at 10:30. Relatives and friends invited. CONNELLY In Dorchester. Sept. 13. Thomas J. Connelly, formerly of the South End. Funeral from his late residence. 33 Rangely St., Friday. Sept. 16, at 8 a. m. Requiem High Mass at St. Gregory's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. CONNOLLY In South Boston. Sept. 11. Anastasia (Walsh) Connolly, wife of the late Bartholomew J. Connolly. Funeral from the family residence. 215 West Ninth St., South Boston. Thursday morr-ing at 8 a. m. Solemn Requiem High Mass at St. Augustine's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends respectfully invited. Providence, R. I. papers please copy. COTTER In Charlestown Sept. 13, Frank W.. beloved husband of Mary Cotter (nee Whitehead.) Funeral from his late home. 20 Walker av.. Friday, Sept. 16, at 8:15 a. m. Requiem High Mass at St. Francis de Sales' Church at 9 a. m. Relatives and friends Invited. Stoughton papers please copy. DARES In Revere. September 12, suddenly. Harry W. of 176 Broadway in hi 65th year. Masonic Services bv Seaview Lodge A. F. 6c A. M. at the Merwin funeral home, 305 Beach St.. Friday. September 16. at 2 p. m. Relatives and friends invited. DOHERTY In Cambridge. Sept. 13. 1838. Mary A. (McElveney). beloved wife of the late William Doherty. Funeral from her late home, 71 5th St.. Thursday, at 8:15. Solemn High Mass of Requiem at the Sacred Heart Church, at 9. Relatives and friends invited. DOLAN In Dorchester, Sent. 12. James J., beloved husband of Annie Theresa (Leary) Dolan. Funeral from his late residence, 607 Gallivan Blvd., Thurs.. Sept. 15, at 8 a. m. Solemn High Mass of Requiem at St. Brendan's Church at 9 a. m. Relative and friends respectfully invited to attend. Interment at Calvary Cemetery. Late member of Mt. Pleasant Council. No. 98. K. of C. and St. Brendan's St. Vincent de Paul Society. DOLAN In Roxbury, Sept. 13. Delia, daughter of the late James and Bridget Dolan (nee Gleonon) of 29 Field st. Funeral from the Cleary Funeral Home. 1605 Tremont st.. Friday, Sept. 16. at 8 o'clock. High Mass of Requiem at 9 o'clock in St. Francis de Sales' Church. Relatives and friends kindly invited to be present. DOOLIN Tn Wavland. Sept. 13, John J., ron of the late James and Catherine Mahoney Doolin. formerly of Putnam av.. Cambridge. Funeral from the residence of his sister. Mrs. Elizabeth Mas-si e. Glen st.. Wavland. Friday morning at 7:45. Requiem High Mass at St. Paul's Church, Cambridge, at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Dl'FFLEY In Dorchester. September 13. Mary E. nee Duffleyl. beloved wife of Michael F. Duffiey. Funeral from her late residence, 38 Alpha road, off Park s.. Fridav. Seotember 16. at 8:15 a. m. Solemn Requiem High Mass. at St. Peter's Church, at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends most kindly invited. Late member of Our Ladv of Lourdes Court, M. C. O. F.. No. 143. EARLE In Cambridge, Sept. 12. Elizabeth Ann. wife of Robert G. Earle of 56 Trowbridge st. Services from the Old Cambridge Baptist Church. Harvard St., Thurs.. Sept. 15. at 2 o'clock. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend. Member of Cambridge Chapter. O. E. S., No 152. Friends may call at the Cope-lanH Chapel, 284 Franklin St., Cambridge. FITZPATRTCK In Dorchester, Sarah E. Duggan Fitzoatrick. beloved wife of the late Joseph Fitzpatrick. Funeral from her late home. 82 St. Mark's Tcad. Thursday, at 8:15. Requiem High Mass at St. Mark's Church, at 9 oclock. Relatives and friends respectfully invited. GLEASON In Atlantic, Sept. 12. Edward, beloved brother of the late Mrs. Edward P. Phelan. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from his late home, 49 Young st.. on Fri., Sept. 16. at 8:15 a.m. High Mass of Requiem at Sacred Heart Church at 9 o'clock. HANLY At Winthrop. Sent. 11, Florence M.. wife of William H. Hanly. Services from late residence. 203 Woodside av., Wednesday, Sent. 14. at 2 p. m. Relatives and friend invited. HANSEN In Hanover. Sept. 12. Julius M. Hansen, in his 85th year. Funeral services at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Fred Nielsen. Circuit St., Hanover, Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. HEATH In Chesbam. N. H., Sent. 13, Victor A. Heath, formerly of Boston, aged 61 years. Funeral services at the Dudley Street Baptist Church. Roxbury, on Thursday, Sept. 15. at 2:30 p. m. Relatives and friends invited. HEGARTY Tn West Medford. Sept. 12. John P., beloved son of the late James I. and Marv A. (Murphy) Hegarty. formerly of Charlestown. Funeral from his home. 57 Clewley road, on Thursday. Sept. 15. at 8 a. m Solemn High Mass at St. Raphael's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. HOGAN Tn Dorchester, by accident, Sept. 13. Margaret M. Hogan (nee (Sweeney). Beloved wife of -the late John Hogan. Funeral from the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Mary E. O ReilLv. 71 Hancock St.. Friday. Sept. 16. at 1:15 a. m. Requiem High Mas at St. Peter's Church at 10 a. m. Relatives and friends kindly invited. HYLAND-SCVLLY In Brookline. " September 12. M. Catherine Scully, beloved wife ef John J. H.vland of 12 Morse av. Funeral from the residence of her brother. Harold R. Scully. 7 Roxanne St., Hyde Park, on Thursday morning, at 9. Solemn High Mass of Requiem at St. Mary's Church, Dedham. at 10 c clock. Relatives and friends invited. JTFTTRY In Boston. Sept. 11. Bloomie A., wife of Arthur Jpffery of 118 Green St.. Stoneham. age 58 years. Funeral service w'H be held at the St. James Methodist Episcopal Church. Stoneham. on Wed. at 2 t. ro. Relatives and friends invited. Shelburne. Nova Scotia papers please copy. KFENF At Cohasset. September IS, Annie Nichols Keene, in her 73d year. Services at her home. Beach St.. Co-hasset. Thursday at 2:30 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited. Thomas G. O'Donnell Funeral Director OFFICE AND FUNERAL CHAPEL 113-143 BROADWAY COR. OF B ST, SOUTH BOSTON SOUTH BOSTON 3088 COLumbia S381 ASPinwall 670S PJIFFFV UfU I LhSDIQ Death Notices KERRIGAN In Brookline. Sept. 13, suddenly. Thoma F.. beloved husband of Marguerite M. Kerrigan (nee Darcy). Funeral from his late residence. 16 Eliot Crescent, Friday, Sept. 16, at 9:15 a. m. Solemn Requiem High Mass at St. Lawrence's1 Church at 10 o clock. Relatives and friends most kindly invited. LEFORT In Dorchester, suddenly. Sept. 12. John H.. beloved son of Anna Barry) and the late Henry P. LeFort of 35 Highland st. Funeral from the Bernard Kelly & Son Funeral Home, 8 Church St.. on Thursday at 8:15. High Mass of Requiem at St. Peter's Church at 10 o'clock. RelaUves and friends invited. MacDONALD In East Boston. Sept. 12. John A., husband of Mary Ranson Mac-Donald, residence. 154 Saratoga st. Funeral from the Kirby Brothers Funeral Chapel, 178 Bennington St., Thursday, at 8:15 a. m. Requiem Hih Mass at St. John the Baptist Church, at 9 a. m. Relatives and friends respectfully invited. MARSTERS In Boston. Sept 12. Henrietta, widow of Abram T. Marsters in her 73d year. Funeral services from the J. B. Cole Sc Son Funeral Home. 490 Columbia road. Dorchester. Thursday. Sept. 15. at 2 p. m. Relatives and friends invited. McGOWAN In Medford. by accident, Sept. 13, George A, beloved husband of Mildred L. (McDermott) McGowan. Funeral from his home, 101 Burget av., on Friday, Sept. 16, at 8 a. m. Requiem Mass at St. Joseph's Church at 8 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. McINNIS In Forest Hills. Sept. 12. Catherine F. (nee Geary) Mclnnis. Funeral from the home of her niece, Mrs. John G. Shaw, 46 Westbourne road. Thursday, Sept. 15, at 8 a. m. Requiem High Mass at St. Andrew's of the Apostle Church, at 9 o'clock. RelaUves and friends invited. MURRAY In Norwood, Sept. 13. William H. . beloved husband of Mary E. Murray (nee Leary . Funeral from his late residence, 161 Winslow av., Sept. 15, at 8 a m. High Mass of Requiem at St. Catherine's Church at 9 o'clock. Interment at Holyhood. NILSON In Milton. Sept, 13. Emma C. (Larsson), wife of the late Adolf Nil-son. Funeral services at her late home, 16 Aberdeen rd., Friday at 2:30 p. m. Relatives and friends invited. PEARSON At Dedham, Sept. 13. Charles, husband of Ida Sellbere Pearson. Services at his late residence. 20 Harding terrace, Thursday at 2. Relatives and friends invited. POLCARI In East Boston, Sept. 12. Gerardo, beloved husband of Maria E. (Paone) Polcari. Funeral from his Jate home, 201 Princeton St., Thursday, Sept. 15. at 8:30 a. m. Solemn High Mass of Requiem at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church at 10 a. m. RelaUves and friends invited. PORTER In Newton. Sept. 13. William E., husband of the late Mary A. Porter, in his 84th year. Services at residence, 188 Church St., Thursday, at 2:30 p. m. Relatives and friends invited. PRINCE Maria, wife of Robert Prince, died Sept. 12. Funeral Wednesday at 1 :30 p. m. from her home. West st.. West Medway. Newfoundland papers please copy. REGAN In Charlestown. Sept. 12. Martha A. (Bolandl Regan. Funeral from the residence of her daughter. Mrs. Timothy F. Murphy (nee Callahan), 12 Vine st.. on Thursday, at 8:30 a, m. Solemn Requiem Mass in St. Catherine s Church, at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Late member of Hamilton Court No. 17, M. C. O. F. ROGERS In Dedham. Sept. 12. Gladys, beloved wife of John Rogers. Funeral from her residence, 50 Ardmore road, Thursday. Sept. 15. at 2 p. m. Relatives and friends invited. RORCOE Suddenly by accident, at Charlton, Mass.. Sept. 13. Albert, husband of Blanche (Marvm Roscoe. m his 64th year, of 44 Farragut aVy, Medford. Services at the First M. E. Church. Otis St.. Medford, Thursday. Sept. 15, at 2 p. m. Relatives and friends invited. ROSCOE Suddenly by accident. at Charlton. Mass., Sept. 13. Blanche (Marvin) wife of Albert Roscoe of 44 Farragut av.. Medford. in her 69th year. Services at the First M. E. Church, Otis st., Medford, Thursday. Sept. 15. at 2 p. m. Relatives and friends invited. WARD At Sci'uaie, Sept. 13. James Ward, in his 80th year. Funeral from his late home. 45 Tilden road, Scituate Harbor. Friday, at 8:15 a. m. Requiem High Mass at the Church of St. Mary of the Nativity at 9 o clock. Relatives and friends are invited. WEBER Tn Boston, Sept. 13. Carl T.. age 71 years, husband of the late Hedvig (Anderson) Weber, formerly of 12 Gro-ton st. Services at the Berglund Funeral Home. 292 Mass. av., Arlington. Thursday, Sept. 15. at 2 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited. WFZEWICH Tn Somerville. Sent. 12. Charlotta. beloved wife of William Wezewich. Funeral Thursday, Sept. 15, from her late home. 41 Beacon St., Somerville. Requiem High Mass. at 9. at tie Immaculate Conception Lithuanian Church, in Cambridge. Relatives and friends kindly invited. WHELAN In South Boston, on Tuesday. Sept. 13, Calvin J. Whelan, beloved husband of Nora Hanifln Whelan. Funeral from his late home. 202 N st.. on Friday, Sent. 16. at 8 a. m. Solemn Requiem High Mass at St. Bridget's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Spanish War veteran. CAMBRIDGE CHAPTER, N0.152, O.E.S. Members are hereby notified of the death cf Sister Elizabeth M. Earle. Services at the Old Cambridge Baptist Church Thursday, Sept. 15, at 2 p. m. Signed: MRS. ALICE F. WATSON. W. M.; MRS. L. ESTELLE LOWELL, P. M. Sec Ml. Pleasant Council, No. 98, K. of C. Members are notified of the death of our late brother, James J. Dolan. and will meet at the council rooms Wednesday evening, Sept. 14. at 8 p. m. Fraternally, THOMAS J. COYLE, G. K.; T. J. COLLINS. Rec. Ensign J. J. O'Connell Auxiliary, Ko. 8 5, A.L. Members are hereby notified of the death of Sarah Fitzoatrick, 82 St. Mark's road, Dorchester. Mother of Mary Dunn. Signed: MARION E. VINCENT, Pres.; BEATRICE FITZGERALD. Sec. IN MEMORIAM In I. ovine Memory ef J. Richard Milne September 14. !. , Refrigerators f! F PERF. cond. A. C. and D. C, ""'SI down, balance $1 weekly. r all sizes. NAT. SALES WAREHOUSE, 26 Church st., Camb.; Kir. 7450; open eves. ALL MAKES repaired, also used refrir. KENMORE INC. 83 Brookline av.. Bos. 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Sud5t sll Situations Wanted, Male SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY Placement Bureau 20 Derne St, Rear ef State House Ambitious, experienced, intelligent men and women need art-.Vm "I permanent positions while attending-evening classes at University. Dependable, deserving, desirable-young people available for any type .of honorable employment. No service Phone CAP. 0555, er writ Edith R. Dour, Pireetor Placement Bnrean dSu7t sl4 ATTORNEY AT LAW 24 years' old. Graduate of Boston University Law School in laude. Member of Mass. and Federal Bar Associated with Boston Law firm for two years. Desires connection with law firm anywhere m E. K 363, Globe office. ....... ma A XT . HIGH-grade man with years of experience in clubs, hotels and inns; very economical, good manager, capable of .taking full charge, now open for a position. W joa. liiobe omce. BARBER American, A-l. wants work outside Boston, state wages, connoeniiai. T. J. McEWEN, i42 Galen st , Watertown. BAKER and pastry cook., hotel, restaurant or oaKery. uw? hu, Is. joy. wioDeoimj CARPENTER, cabinet maker, . insured, wants work. PARSONS. Maiden 2024. XOU1T11 VT J.IL 0 CARPENTER Alterations, repairs, shin-gling. etc.. low wages. Parkway 2316-M, CARPENTER Alterations, repair, all kinds shingling, very low wagesT. 2776. CEIpNGS whitened, papering, paintme. nice w tc. low wdges. -""y ir- - Engineer, long exp on large pjants. would line a smaii piaui. "-"x;. Ji ELECTRICIAN, licensed, some oil burner exp.. wants anything. K 333. Globe ELECTRICIAN, licensed. 1st class wire-J3wantewrkiHighl ai id 26414 . IS THERE anyone willing to hire a young man, 22, h. s. grad., honest and hard working, exp. order and stock clerk, refs . Co- hnitnm K 3nO. Globe office. LADIES' haircutter. reliable, desires Posi tion; win go an. ""Vi ' MAN with La Salle sedan wants steady position or will drive by day or week. W olio, tjione omce. MAN with car for hire, do anything. Tel. lien. 'Hit, a-iu a. MAN- T7.. otfiw-tnintT an4 f-1 r-i 7 i T", PV take sl3 anvthinc. K 352. Globe office. 2t PAINTER, paperhanger needs . work: . i j . ... . . l. i5 dmH hi,. t?KKri ceilings, yitLin-ai nvv...... ' PAINTER, paperhanger, floor sander wants wotk. An. ozw. SuTWThF PLASTERING, calcimining, ceilings. GJEOJlGEHADLEYi SorMVT. RELIABLE and trustworthy man as iani- Tor or cau'eiaKei. .-en Webster St., Brookline. Mass.: Lon. 4962. Reliable H. S. grad. age 22. exp. chaufTeu r. rets. ; aesires Pv5-?! - roofs. Arlington 5260. TWF s!3 STEAMFITTER, 1st class, go anywhere, a i f r. . 1 1 1 T at .11 reasonaoie. mi, iwid. ayi UPHOLSTERER Long exp. in highest Srade repair work. K 335. Globe office. 3t s!3 YOUNG man, 20. wants work of any kind, go anywhere. JOSEPH FULTON, 203 Athens St., South Boston. Situations Wanted, Female COMPETENT typist, compt. per. exp.. with good references: good penmanship; college tr., further details Bel. 3463-J. WSu sl4 CAPABLE WOMAN with boy wants housekeeper's position, business couple or motherless home. Melrose 2664-R. 4t s!4 COLORED girl for general in small American adult family, excellent worker, live out. $14. Gar. 6089. EXPERIENCED hotel cashier and bookkeeper would like employment of any kind. W 307. Globe office. EXP. chamberm'd. colored. 21. desires work. Gwendolyn iviaxweu; iro. ooui, 2t sl4 EXPERT licensed manicurist for hotel or barber shop: refs. Kirkland 4biJ. t EXP. bookk'p'r. stenog., used to meeting public; go anywhere; refs. w jib, oiope. HOUSEKEEPER'S position wanted, adult family, treated as one of family more than high wages. K 354. Globe office. STENOGRAPHER. 21 yrs. old, 3 yrs.' exn? low salary to start. Belmont 0466-R. SuW sll STENO.-TYPIST desires secretarial work; exp., Burdette graduate. Tro. 6434. TYPIST General office work, experienced, with reference, college trained. Call Bel. 3463-J. WSii s!4 WILL recover lamp shades reasonable. Laf.889L ; YOUNG colored woman, work by day or hour, no heavy laundry. Comm. 9227. Male Help Wanted AT MERCANTILE Road sales to N. E. retail grocers; lie. elec., refrigi exp., own car: service man on commercial re-frig.; exp'd tire and battery man. age 25-35. $25; service sta. mgr., age 30-35, at least 5 yrs.' exp.; exp'd rubber spreader man: chef, exp'd clambakes: boy. age 16-18, some mech. exp.:, delivery bov. age 18-22. tall, own car. 114 FEDERAL STREET. AT CAMBRIDGE EMP., 698 Mass. Ave., Central Sq. A-l outside salesman with car, house to house, exp., 24-28 yrs., single, $25 and exp.; lie. plumber, jobbing exp.. good pay; night clerk, eom'l school grad., 22-24 yrs.. single, living Boston, $20: Jr. accountant, 3 yrs. exp., A-l ref., 24-28 yrs.. sal. air. AT AMERICAN EMP.. 127 Federal Fruit and veg. sales, vie. Stoneham; sales prom.. 25-30 yrs.. car riec.: groc. spec, car nee., good sal.: exp. credit reporter. 23-25 yrs.: artist, fum. copy-writing; counterman, away, S22; yng. fac. hand. AT UNITED BUREAU, 322 Tremont Counter man, out of town. $20: diner men. S18-S25; second cooks, $20-525; candy maker. Greek preferred, S20; a la carte bus boys. S10. tips. AT WBBER EMP.. 1 Beacon Reg. pharm. several positions open; Jr. drug clerks, several, $18; soda luncheonette men (6), S16-S18. at once. AT MISS BRIDGES EMPLOYMENT Service. 26 A Dock Sq. 2nd cook, school. $65 -to $75 mo., r. and b.; baker, hotel, $75 mo., r. and b. AT ELBERY SERVICE, 6 Park St. Piano finisher: tire, battery, crease man. $25 (28-30 ) ; dor'm'n. yg.: drug elk.. $14. Newt. AT FIDELITY, 147 Summer Greaser-tireman. trucks: A. R. auto mechanics. AT DICEY EMP., 100 Boylston; auto rad'tor mechJ: chef. $25: soda.. S.O.cook AT BAY STATE EMP.. 13 Dock Sq. Soda clerk, young. Boston. DISTRICT sales and service representative. Met. Boston, must have car. handle dealers, also service collections and sell on leads from advertising: expenses and commission: former representative this district iust promoted. EUREKA VACUUM CLEANER CO., 45 Bromfield St. 3t s!3 DETAILERS Two. with good personality and with successful record detailing physicians, -to introduce new scientific device to doctors: Eastern Massachusetts; salary basis. Telephone MR. KOSTF.R. Hub. 0060. Thursday, 9 a, m.-2 p. m.. for appointment. 2t s!4 DRUG CLERKS, exn.. S1S-S25: others. jsl4. KARPACCY.. 634 Mass. a v. .Camb. EASY-CASH Show new "'RUBY'' 21-card Christmas Box Assortment. Big $1 filer. lOO?' profit. Many others. Gift Wraps. Birthday. Rt-iiginus boxes and Personals. Free sample offer. CHILTON GREETINGS, 179 Lincoln St.. Dept. BG. ; MWJ2 EXP, salesman, wholesale wallpaper and paint, with following in metropolitan Boston. Apply P 440. Globe office. dSuSt I4 EXP. soda an3 sandwich rnnn. Aooiv -lr a.m.. CHECKER SMOKER LUNCH, 1135 Washington t.. rornrDovejr. ENGINEERS, firemen" instructed for li-eene. enroll now. Hawlfv-MuHane School. 11 Huntineton av. RuVs!l FIR : ST Cl A SS 1 1 - rm i nrt "coo V must Vnow his huine JIM'S PLACE, 77-79 Mt. Auburn t., Cambridge. HAND Y MAN for rooming Ron: must he honest: cnod per, homt in exchange. Male Help Wanted SELL CHRISTMAS CARDS 50 BEAUTIFUL FOLDERS WITH VOIR CUSTOMER'S NAME ON EACH FOLDER TO SELL FOR $!. Buy directly from the largest box Christmas card manufacturer in the country. Our 22 years' experience make us the leader. 10 Wonderful box assortments to retail from 50c to $1.00. Your profit up to 100V. Also two box assortments that may be sold with or without your customer's name on each folder. Christmas wrapping package contains 127 pieces and sells for $1.00. Every-day box. all birthday box and convalescent box. Personal stationery to sell for $1.00. Our personal line of Christmas folders are about one-half the price of all others on the market. Write or call for illustrated folder and free samples. COLONIAL STUDIOS, INC. 827 Colonial Building. 100 Boylston St. DEPENDABLE MARRIED MAN I -want to talk to a responsible married man aboutithe possibility of joining me in my business, mechanical specialty, which is growing quite -rapidly. A man with good character references who will Jump into the work with both feet. can. with a reasonable amount of experience, expect to earn from $3500 to $5000 per year. This knowledge and experience I have gained in the past few years in my business will be of great help, to the man who fills this position.. I will teach him how to be successful jf he is willing to put in the same effort. The man who applies need not have selling experience and no investment of money is required. A good income is certain right from the start. Apply 9:30 to 12 only. rm. 315. Metropolian Bldg., .260 Tremont st. AD T.EARV through CURTIS Method. Practical Laboratory Trainine! Qualify NOW for Inevitable opportunities in Radio-Television Servicing! Short intensive course, also Correspondence Course. Low weekly fee. Send for Catalog- 'G." SAMUEL CURTIS Radio-Television Institute 17S CONGRESS ST., BOSTON Solve Your Job Problem R. F. P. analysis, eminsrt, roarhing and sponsorship hits helped hundred of men and omen from 16 states with wide Tarietf of problems to get jobs. Refund If no Job. What we have done for others we ought tn he able to do for rou. Fall group Kept. 21. For free eopv of "Yourself Incorporated," tel. Wellesley 2811. SCKOOlrOSITIONS Samuel P. Allison, Director Babson Park, Mass. Printing and Lithograph Estimator Wanted by a large progressive house. A young man who is capable of estimating on all kinds of letterpress and lithograph printing. Must have a thorough knowledge of all branches of the trade. A good opening for the right man. P 442, Globe office. SSSSiS 3l sl3 . DRUG CLERKS THE KENMORE SCHOOL OF PHARMACY announces a 9-month day or evening course in Pharmacy in preparation for the Assistant Pharmacist and Registered Pharmacist State Board examinations; excellent laboratory training in practical work: low tuition fees: classes start week of Monday. September 19; enroll now day or evening at 528 Commonwealth Av., Boston. Telephones Kenmore 0847-0547. dSu7t s8 ASST. BRANCH MGR. TO A MAN who can sell direct to the consumer we have an excellent job in the electrical industry; salary and bonus; man must have car. If you don't have confidence in your ability to sell, do not apply; we want a man who can do the job and are -willing to pay him well. Apply 9 to 10 a. m.. Room 307, 230 Boylston St., Boston. OPPORTUNITY WELL-ESTABLISHED New England firm needs a salesman with car for local territory: builders' specialty; permanent position with good earnings assured: thorough training given to man selected. See MR. BARDEN. Wednesday 9:30 a m. to 12,'w-l to 4, at 711 Boylston st.. room 37. BE A CERTIFIED WELDER New England's Only Exclusive Welding School: Fall Classes Now Forming New England Welding Laboratories, inc. 88 St. Stephen, Bos. I Com. 4215; Kept Bt 5t sl2 F. N. JOSLIN CO. WILL hire 2 men for appliance dept.. floor time, closing assistance given; opportunity to qualify for advancement; car and good references necessary. Apply floor superintendent's office, 1st floor, 10-12 a. m.. Wednesday only. Peters Employment SERVICE 7 Tremont St. DRl'G: I Reg. Pharm: 2 Soda clerks. Open Licensed Electrician: Oil burner exp. Open ASST. MECH: Auto exp Open STOCK C LERK: Gift shoo exp. . Open DAIRY PRODUCTS EXPERIENCED retail solicitors for sub urban Boston: good opportunity; drawing account against commissions. P 376, Globe office. WSu4t sl4 IV.AN 21-35 TO train as sales and service representa tive, salary, must have car. hllNljrkK SEWING MACHINE CO., 424 Moody St., Waltham. LAUNDRY WANTED man with washroom, boiler and production exp., over 30 yrs. of age; good refs.: opportunity for advancement. Write P 378,Globe jffice. . Ufll i DIIT 2 MEN to work on year-ill ll rUI round job; good pay to the right men to start: references. Apply to NATIONAL CLEANING CONCERN. 211 Tremont st.. Boston; room 322; 8:30-11 a. m. and 2-4 p. m. BOY HIGH School grad. preferred, survey and clerical work, 17-21 preferred. See MR. BILLINGS, Thurs.. 10-2. Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.. 1345 Boylston St., city. ABBOTT'S 92 Arch St. Credit re-nuw porters; drug clerk: -soda clerk: cook: prescription druggist; college grads as trainees: oil burner electrician; retail hard ware sales; countemen; kitchen-men: bus boys: s. o. cook RANGE OIL BURNER SALESMEN 30 r COMMISSION and bonus. AUBURN-DALE SERVICE SHOP. 423 Lexington st., Auburndale; tel. West Newton 2410. WF si 4 BARBER SHOP FORCED to sell, good location, guaranteed bus. Call Cha. 2585 or Com. 3587. . WF sl4 MEN 2 choice territories open: appli-" cants must have neat appearance and pleasing personality. Apply REAL SILK. Park Sq . Bldg.. 9-1 2. PROGRESSIVE real estate office has opening for salesman, excellent opportunity; call Wednesday. Aetna Realty Co.. I Ball sq., Somerville AT FAY'S 37 Province St., Coal sales. mi tmi sal. a1 r,d chef. kitcnen man: bus boy. exp. FARfVI FOREMAN Married Couples. Stohlbom's. 4.1 Wash. st. LAUNDRY AGENTS wanting "increased sales with quality work at right prices. Write K 31 6. Globe office. SuW sll HANDY Man, mid. aged: s'gle, must speak Trench. 194 Aspinwall av.. B'kline. TWF si 3 MEN At once, steady work on Fall household campaign, work may be permanent if selected, no exp.. salary to start. Apply 8-11 A. M., 200 Summer St.; Room 613 MAN with car. working in Boston, to take elderly gentlemen from Roslindale. JlJafJJLJLp. NEWS WEEK has a permanent position for an experienced specialty salesman to present its service to business executives; no price resistance. 2 orders a day pays $77 weekly. See MR. STRATTON. 178 Tremont St.. suite 510. 9-12 only. . PIANO player to practice with trio, for future radio work. Laf. 7958. SALESMEN Two ambitious men to introduce new scientific device to better retail druggists, Easlern Massachusetts, with successful record in druggist field and having automobile; salary basis. Telephone MR. KOSTER. Hub. 0SO, Thursday, 9 a. m-2 p. m., for appointment. 2t s!4 SALESMAN. 25-35. to cover retail stores. Greater Boston, for leading food manufacturer; previous experience and knowledge of trade essential; car necpssary; salary and expenses. Reply in detail to P. 411. Globe office. 2t s!4 SALESMAN,' exp., with car, grocery specially N. E. States: give full exo. and salary expected .S393. jG 1 obe oflfice . TAILOR, whne, age 35. busheling and pressing exo.. for Glens Falls. N. V.; steady job. $25: fare refunded at Glens EajK Apply D. Praisen. 18 Angell st.. Dor. WANTED Cyimner vampers on men's shoe, either man or woman. KNITE BROTHERS. Inc.. Ward Hill. Mass.: tel. Haverhill 21. reverse charge. 3t sl3 YOUNG MAN wanted as helper in ga-re and filling station. Apply 75 Valley t., Medford, between 8-12 a. m. Male Help Wanted LEARN RADIO RADIO SERVICING an television at eldest, largest and beat eauinpfd radio school in N. E.; Fall term starts Sept. 12th. Day or eveninr classes. Call, write or phone for ifw 52-paca catalog: explains fully: over 600 graduates placed in past 7 rears. RADIO SERVICEMEN ARE in constant demand: modern sets require specially, trained men; new class Sept. 13. . Write, call or phone for circular. MASS. RADIO SCHOOL 18 Boylston St., Boston. Han. 8184 Sudot sll MEN i-.ATIONAL manufacturer of mechanical specialty expanding the Quincy office for surrounding territory will start z men on permanent basis immediately, no experience in our line reauired as those selected will be given special training in our memoes. . Earnings are expected to range, when fx- Eerienced, between S35 and S60 per week, ut those selected should be able to live on $25 per week for the first 2 weeks. Applicants must be honest, aggressive, between the ages of 23 and 50 and of good health. Apply Thursday morning only, 9:30 to 12, rm. 306, 1458 Hancock St., Quincy. YOUNG MAN, sales experience, steady empl. 10-12, Decastex, 116 Bedford st. SuWF sll Salesmen Wanted Male SALESMAN calling on garages pnd gas stations who can carry small stock; tan develop good business and make good salary: good repeat orders: new method of washing cars; give references, detail 890 St. James av., Springfield. Mass. Female Help Wanted SHOW BIGGEST LINE OF 60 FOR SI CHRISTMAS CARDS SENSATIONAL sellers. Customer's name imprinted. Big value. Big profit for you. Three beautiful Sample Outfits FREE. GENERAL CARD, 400 S. Peoria St., Dept. P-472. Chicago. Excellent Home for Good Maid GENERAL maid or excellent mother's helper wanted at once; 1 child, modern home, very reasonable hours. Call Stadium 1426. WHOLESALE LADIES' WEAR HOUSE! wants married women who are looking for part time home work; call all wk. Miss McEwan. 788 Wash. St.. store. AT FAY'S 37 Province St.: bkpr-stenog. " w Dorchester; exp. file clerk, excel, op.; millinery, children's wear sales; waitresses, many positions; ward maid, hosp. exp., $35 mo.. B. & R.; shirt press op. HAIRDRESSERS WANTED ALL-ROUND OPERATORS, steady employment. Somerset 8609, CURTAIN OPERATORS EXPERIENCED operators, floor, 251 Causeway st. Apply 4th EXP. STITCHERS ON shirts and underwear. PURITAN PAJAMA CORP.. 65 Bedford St. ANNA'C EMP.. seal ataiai and mothers' rl X ir a htlotri. J6-$8 $10-J12-$15. 60A Washington st., Brookline: Asp. 25 1. . SuW sll ATTENTION Christmas Card salespeople. Here s what you want. Season s fastest selling $1 box assortment. 21 folders in Copper foil Gift Box. 50c profit. 8 other assortments and personal cards with eye appeal that makes them sell faster. Get samples. flANtS ART STUDIOS. OY Anson pi.. Rochester, N. Y. AT MISS PARKER'S. 9 Park St.Stenog.- bkpr.; Elliott risher bkpr., $20; pricing clerk, coal, exp., S20: copywriter, dept. store, exp., So'0: fitter, S25; alterations, $15; SALESWOMEN. 2-7 yrs. recent exp., dresses, millinery, children's wear, accessories . , , AT BAY STATE EMP., 13 Dock Sq. Asst. housekeeper, Prot. requested, school, $60 mo.; asst. cook, -hosp., $60 mo.; kitchen woman, hosp., $45 mo.; comb, maid-waitresses, school, $40 mo,; laundress, school. $50 mo. AT MISS BRIDGE'S EMPLOYMENT SERVICE, 26 A Dock Sq. Food supervisor, know food costs, rest., sal. arr.; meat cook, rest, out of town: hostesses, a R e2 1 -35, tearoom or hote 1 ex p. sa 1. a rr. AT COMMERCIAL EMP., 61 Court St. 2d cook, hospital. $55 mo.; all round laundress, city, $40 mo., b. and r.; laundry sorter, $32 mo., b. and r.; cafe waitress. $10. AT AMERICAN EMP., 127 Federal Un'-wood, fanfold bilier, vie. Camb.; stenog., 22-26 yrs., good exp.; hostess, vie. Wore. $18; cony writer, furn. exp.: practical nurse, live in, sal.; sales, coats, drapes. ATMERANTIIJE A - lTigu r e r and comptometer oper.: stg., some bkpg., furn. exp. pref.: hostess-waitress, age 21-25, sie 14-16: 2 ushers, restaurant, age 21-25. 114 FEDERAL STREET. AT UNITED BUREAU. 322 Tremont St. Cashier, S12: waitresses, alt kinds. S6, $10: bus girl, $8: stenog., some sales, $15; cigarette girl, night club, attrac. A COOK, $15: rectory "gen. maids. $10-$12-$15; married couples, cooks, butler, chauffeurs, refs. MISSHE54Melrose, A GEN. maid," adults. $12; maid for business family, $12; helper, apt., $8. MRS. QUINN ( Ag.). 293 Wash. St. AT FIDELITY. 147 Summer Stitchers, dresses; candy help; press opis.; shirt p r esse r.-. AGENCY Maids and helpers to live in or go home. 451 Blue Hill av.. Roxbury. SuW6t sll AT COMMONWEALTH EMP.. 665 Wash. St. Waitresses, counter girls, cashiers. AT LONNELLYvS, 6 Faneuil Hall So. Head waitress, school: hostess, cafe. A MOTHER'S helper, Prot., white, fond children: live in: no cooking. cen.UB-itj. BROOKLINE Temperly Agency. 172 Harvard St.; generals and helpers. $8-$15. SuW sll CHRISTMAS Cards. 100 profit. Sensational $1 assortment. Gift Wrapping, Etching boxes. 56 Personals 3 Way Plan. Combination Offer. Kequest samples. BLUEBIRD. 931 Fitchburg. Mass. COUPLE in Milton, no children, desire woman for cooking and general work; no laundry: $8 per wk.; write age and particulars. P 441. Globe office COUPLE for guest, house, man with outside work, oil heat; basement hskpg. room and small salary. 6 Gloucester st. CAPABLE GIRL for housework. 2 adults and 1 child: live in; references. Telephone Stadium 6336. EXPERIENCED stitchers on skirts and jackets: also girl for buttonhole and button machine: experienced cleaners. Apply ZONIS MFG. CO.. 169 Bridge St., Cambridge, opposite Lechmere-sq. sta. EXP. general maid, physician's family, adults, live in, ironing, under 35 years, $10 week. Somerset 5075. 2tsl4 EXP. nursemaid, nice home, steady position. $10 to start. Lon. 0847. EXPERIENCED mother's helper, live in, $8: references. Longwood 5043. FASHION modeling. PEAR L ATKINSON SCHOOL. 358 Chestnut Hill a v.. Brookline; Asp. 4590; classes form weekly. y-' i'4. GIRLS at once, steady work on Fail household campaign, work may be permanent if selected, no exp.. salary Jo start. Apply 8-11 a. m. 200 Summer St.. room 613. . GENERAL housemaid, experienced, white, not over 35, live in, references. $10-l!. Lon4407 3t g 1 GENERAL maid wanted, 3 adults. Bea con JJlo. GENERAL maid, knowledge of cooKing reference req u Jred .Lon wood65J . , GENERAL maid", small family, talary $8. Call after 6 p. m..Asp.Ji934. ; GIRL Assist housework and care of children; live in. Melrose 3.-.17. HAIRDRESSER Exp. only. 228 Bowdoin !5t..Dorchester; . HAIRDRESSER, 147 Harvard St.. Dor- chester. Call Talbot 8609. MOTHER'S HELPER, young girl, good home, own rm., light work. Arl 36R2-J. 3t Sl4 MOTHER'S HELPER, home nights, living Jn Brookline or vicinity. $6-$7. Asp. 7123. MOTHER'S helper. East Boston, nice small Arrfam2-y.J5tjrt5S396JGlobe1 MOTHER'S HELPER, no cooking, live" in orjjso home nights. Lon. 6613. MOTHER'S helper, good home, private room and bath, adults. Longwood 1079. RELIABLE housekeeper, living Brookline, for 1 lady, 9:30 to 5:30 daily, no Sun-days: $6: references. Asp. 0265. STITCHERS wanted on gabardine and reversible coats, steady work and good pay. Apply KENMORE GARMENT CO., 1A Waltham st Boston, 2d. floor. 3t sl4 STENOGRAPHER, experienced, willirg to start at $14 wk., some night work. Write P 377, Globe office. TELEPHONE retail provision saleswoman. experienced, capable of training other girls. Write P 296, Globe office. 2t s!3 WANTED Housekeeper-maid for a business couple. Jewish; must be reliable and trustworthy, between 30 and 40; one who will appreciate a good home, S8. K 359. .GJoboffice; WANTED Mature woman for housework. 9 to 5. 3 children, no washing. Write V 441. Globe office. 3t sl4 WANTED General maid, to live" in. good salary. Apply to 1188 Blue Hill av., Dorchester. 2t s!3 WANTED Mother's helper. liv good home. Longwood 6901. in. 3t $7: sl3 WOMEN ironers on dresses, st.. rm. 1101. 75 Kneeland 2t sl4 WANTED Grad. nurse in small inst.; willing to cooperate. K 356. Globe office. YOUNG Catholic woman, care 2 children. housework. Brookline; 87; live in. K 361. Globe office . 5 WOMEN over 30. for general house- wnrk. WELLESLEY HILLS EMPLOYMENT SERVICE, 6 Seward rd.. Welles-ley 0517. Female Help WanUd JOB HUNTING noorly vale, portion to an.tkV.! equal onimportinre . . alw.i. f I the hop. .1 Bair getting a If y.a are thor.uthlr ditt..... TV ? RF ALLY wa.t to ,t.b" ' M INVESTIGATE th. f ."lij" profitable Brofe0 .t R,..w t tore . . . VISIT Hanford Vw. ' iray and see for yonrHf ?k. chance for ar. r 1n lhi faLi'1.'. inr field. Thoa.and, .f R4Ar,i',. GRADUATES have Vvvvrzntf, 4 Or. Request 4-Pat Book 'Mr , n.! ! DANrunD ACADEMY GRAND PRIZE WINNERS ial..t, ,- . Ii S0O Boylston St.. Bo"?.". "om Jl,. New York. Rro.klV.,' N,,V Philadelphia k 4 WIGGINS COMMERCIAL MACHINE ICHOfli 234 BOYLSTOH ST. A GOOD SALARY secured by riH. pleting courses on Comptometir. roes. Sundstrands. Elliott-Fih r!n phones. Typewriting. Burroughs 'rl' Calculators; tuition payable in a or when working: day and orih 1912. Free placement. Enter any !'" Peters Employment MviriT STENOS: t td openlni. .... ""."I BKPR-STNOS: 1 sen, I t Bfi-;; f r RHKPRS: I full eng. 1 , V! u"!',! E F BKKPR: Experienced . . . "' 1 !,'J ii" SALES: Jewelry and sen oalaa" DEMONSTRATORS: f ood I fin T A 1 1 -O R E S S E S : h i c h -g r. d tlet a ,h.' oIII SHIRT HN S: holder.. Mantle 0,"" ol STITCHER: Mattresoes, lihaUtr oI HOSTESS: Attr. exp hotel tea t !,? CASHIER: Nile. Rnt . . . . Meal. ai i! SODA CLERK: Fountain .... " Jjj CHRISTMAS CARD SALESPEOPLE Sell the line that civi vnu 1 profits. Show biggest selection in Perton.' i i..iiiiiitai wus iiiu d-auortery with name. Largest commissions and bonuw es. Also 7 new Box Assortments, jnrlttrl. ing "1938 Leader" 21 Card $1 Box. P.v, 1U0 profit. Easiest seller out No x" perience needed. Samples FREE. Start now. Buying season on. Call or Wriu, WALLACE BROWN, INC. 21 Tremont St. (Dept. BG), ftaite lull . 2t U Exp. Chocolate Dippers; and 5-Pound Packers ! Wanted for night work. Hours 8-18. Apply Miller & Mollis, Inc. I BEVERLY ST., ROSTOV " SENDER'S SIONATURE IV r.OI.B ON NEW CHRISTMAS CARDS . EASIEST, auickest money-maker. .,' H striking folders, magic ink. retail si. Profit 100. Also beautiful name-im-Drinted cards. 50 for 1 . Manv fail. selling Box Assortments. 50c un. Ol samples, r KiiiNUsmi, ouo A.ami, ei BIG EARNINGS RIGHT NOW TAKE ordtrs for smartest Personal Chrift. mas Cards. 4 attractive lines, inctnrttijl 50 for SI. with name! Big profits. AUa 7 best-selling $1 assortments. Your profit un to lOO'i. Samnles offered Free. WET. MORE & SUCDEN. 749 Monroe.' Dent. SMS. Kochestfr, IN. Y. WOMAN' immediate onening in CHILI. GI'IDANCE department for woman 24 to 48. above average in personality nj ambition: position permanent init nav success. nl annlirnnt Ji.t.S tier Vlf! agent type need not apply. Adrtresi P 32?. Globe office, giving age. education. exerience ana pnone. am win in CHRISTMAS CARDS 50 cards, name Imprinted, lt oar De I ttt box at nlir. a, winner M others; alas Per sonal Card Album; free aampla afftr, MENDLER ART CO. Call or Write Dept. (G). 1?0 IHtMhIH ABBOTT'S ?2 R,CH ST. Credit clrk! 1 installment finance exp.; sienosrHpner-moaei-saies; stenographer, ediohone oper.: salesgirls, furs, hook: restaurant cashier: waitresses, mimi stitchers: shirt finishers; press ' onenit uiinieiKin, Furniture, Etc MATTRESSES REMADE $2 Tel. Mnr WAR VETf-MM Columbia OfcUtf Wa Ga Anrwker ANY MATTRESS MADE INTOC fMft COMFORTABLE INNERSFRING j 5t sit Feather Pillows Re-covered. 5c Each MATTRESSES REMADE, $2 6000 4t MATTRESSES CO "fH., B SS. rWl , $55" REMAOE Ob WHttum I.MIitf. Wtl. Mlt dSu7t 1 ARCHIBALD MacGREGOR, BLU. 3601 I'phnlslerlnr. Mattresses Remaile 1 NQON to 8 p. m. Wed. and Thurs. rw nishings elephant ornament! ft saif. 3lJean road, Wellesley Farms. - FOR SALE Solid mahogany dining-rffl. set by private family, reasonable. weaver si., ttoxoury; uar. inzg. at si FOR SALE Furniture, rug. piano, coud, w. jr. c , .u Main St.. watertown. MUST dispose of at once. Home Beauti ful samulps that were nn vhihit mt lh Bride's Home, 444 Veterans of Foreign Wars Parkway. Brookline. 'near Russet rd., opposite Weld golf course, consisting of living room, bedroom, dining room. rugs, lamps, draperies. etC; "STUDIO couches, $12.95: bedrm. sets, 25l Darlor sets. twin beds, rnmoleie. $10 ea.: Cogswell chairs. $9.95: hiintrH ot other bargains. MURRAY'S FURN-. 74-A Canal st., Boston; Laf. 7888; ooen em. Legal Notices A PUBLIC MEETING will be held in Wrt Room, 1938. Said meeting will be JjifM m accordance with Section 4. Chapter -S of the Revised Ordinances of 1925: Wirl 2, Charles E. Lawless. 2ft Concord it Sept. 15 and Sept. 19: Ward 3, Josepl. A. Langone Jr., 100 North st.. Sent. 191 Ward 6. Michael J. King, 65 West FiftH St., S. B., Sept. 19; Ward 8. Theoifr A, Glynn Jr.. 35 Mt. Pleasant st., Sept. and Sept. 19; Ward 9. William E. Scott, 0 Lambert av., Rox., Sept. 18 and Sept. Ll Ward 18, John Henry Griffin. R70 Ctntr-bury st.. Sept. 13 and Sept 19; Wird Leo C. Vassello. 58 Green st.. J. P., 16and SepL19. LICENSING BOARD for the City of Button, Transfer No. 113, Seotember jV 1938 Notice is hereby given, uiwj Chapter 138 of the General Laws.-'nit John J. Kelley has applied for a trinJJJ of All, Alcoholic license to sell alrohwl beverages as a Tavern from 1 fanwt Hall sq. to 379 and 381 Harrison av. o side entrance on Gloucester pi. for (0?J only in said Boston, in two rooms kitchen, first floor; cellar for stock on?-of said building. MARY E. DR-SCOU EDWIN D. GALLAGHER. EDWARD RICHARDSON. Licensing Board. Schools, Colle ges, Etc.: THE WALTHAM H0SPML SCHOOL OF NURSlKa Waltham, Ma(aehaettt , Offers to YoungWomen HiJ eWT. Graduates) a Three-year Cour the Art and Practice of NirJT. For furthtr information addren rnn cipal of School. Musical Instrumenti A GRAND piano fHenry T. Miller! if cond., reas. Mys. 5810, 9 a. m.-a .'"' BABY GRAND piano, reasonable: upright. $25. 26 Dartmouth WANTED Steinway or any hih-g grand; cash; no dealers. V 4J4. O office. Suwfsu Music "JAZZ" '" - - Aeeoroie; Guitar-Clarinet-Tr"'1; taught quickly, instruments rented, rates. Christensen, 453 Wash. t.; Ub. )r u ifi l, , -BgBB-BSi I Local and Suburban

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