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Jhe Wilmington Star CLASSIFIED BATES ., classified ads Inserted In both ,he Wilmington News and The Wil TI* ton Morning Star. Insertion of 1 be on same day or evening J next morning, except when ff. insertion is Saturday morning, [1T second insertion will run Mon , e ,r\-P,vs No classified ads sold lov in -v f: nrp ,,a per only. 0 CLASSIFIED RATES nne time rate-15c per line rce time rate-He per ine „ven time rate -13c per line f. tirne rate..10c per line time rate - 8c per line ” N-0 advertisements taken for less than 45 cents. Tjs ordered for a special number ‘ - vs -md stopped before expira ot wjii only be charged for the U°' ber of times the ad appeared aw’ adjustment made at the rate ^Special rate of yearly advertising UPrharmd ads will be received by tp'pohone if advertiser’s name is (j in telephone directory, and HU will he sent next day. count five average words to the Unfj, discontinuances should be "as in person at The Star-News ,j;ce or if b.v telephone, must be confirmed by letter. CVi aJs are restricted to their pner classification and to the reg L <TaR-NEWS style of type. Errors in advertisements should . renorted Immediately. The Star \e«s Will not be responsible for • [ban one Incorrect insertion. n'xo ad taken for less than basis of three lines. C-rds of thanks charged for at rate of 25 cents per line. Count five average words to the line. a charge of 55.00 is made for pub lished "in Memoriam” and resolu tions. The Star-News assumes no re sponsibility for any advertisement hand ed or inserted as directed 5jj.pt to publish or republish after rrv'fic. lion. Classified Ads in the column may b6 placed until 9 P- m. for the next day s paper ... All classified Dis play copy must be in the office by 'p m' MAIN OFFICE PHONE 'JSOO Ask For Ad-Taker. NOTICE TO PUBLIC An advertising appearing In these columns is for reputable and reli abe concerns, so fai as we can ascertain from a careful inv estiga tiLlJ' 1; our intention, however, to Eee that every firm that uses these columns is required to live up to their obligations. Therefore, should you reply to any advertisement on this page and services are not ren dered as advertised. The Star News wants to know it. The U. S- postal regulations are very strict in such matters as such an "act would be misuse of the U. S. mail and the Star-News will see that any attempt to defraud is promptly handled by the P. O. de partment. CLASSIFIED INDEX 1—Announcements. Automotive. i-A—Auto Supplies. 3— Amusements. 4— Awnings. 6—Beauty Parlors. 5— Beer. 10— Business Service. 11— Builders. > 12—Builders’ Supplies. 13—Boats. 13- A—Booksellers, stationers. 14— Business Opportunities. 20—Cleaners and Dyers. 32— Coal, Wood, Fuel Oil 33— Dairy products. 34— Dancing. 35— Drugs. 33—Dry Cleaning, Pressing. 41— Eatables. 42— Eating Places. 43— Feeds. 50— Financial. 51— Florists. 52— For Rent. 52-A—Resorts. 55—For Rent, Apartments. 60—For Rent, Rooms. 65—For Rent, Houses. 70—For Sale. 73—Hardware. 75—Household Goods. 80—Houses For Sale. 85—Help wanted, Male. SO—Help Wanted, Female. So—Insurance. 160—Instruction. 105—Lost And Found. 110— Livestock. 111— Miscellaneous. Ill—Machinery. 118—Music. ISO—Office Equipment. Hi—Office For Rent. H5—Painting, papering. HI—Printing. 130—Professional. 135—Personal. 135—Poultry. 133—Radio And Repairs. HO—Real Estate. 102— Refrigeration Service. Ho—Seeds And Plants. 155—Situations Wanted. 157—Typewriters. •o8—Shoe P.epairing. 'oS-A—Sporting Goods. 103— Storage. 150—Trucks and Transfers. 170—Wanted. 150—Legal. \_ Automotive_ ITjp SALE—ONE D-30 INTERNA 'i°nai long wheel base truck. New i ®ctor, tires and brakes. Perfect - conflition. Marks Machinery Co. i ,’®5 p°ntiac Coach. $225. 5o Ford Deluxe Sedan. $250. -Jn City Garage. Wallace, N. C. SXOW s ESSO SERVICENTER & Plymouth Sales & Service -Market. Phones 1493-9130 Chevrolet sales & service ' 406-408 Princess Street ——Haney Chevrolet Company Specialize In Au’.o Wreckwork Castle , K' body WORKS 0 p yne Road Phone 2402-J —-Ejjint~4, Member U. A. W. of A. a'!;*' C. HAS REPOSSESSED us tl ck bedan and turned over to fect Excellent condition; per* A bargain. MacMillan* ^-^J-Ontiac Co. Phone 345. VriCetr,'K;''RD' 4-DOOR SEDAN. 234 Call Harris Haskett, , ^-IcHauldin Motor Co i 'y I^vroi^coach. fami Bartr.i’n viry clean; runs good. Call Floyd Howell, 812. 2 Automotive 1939 PLYMOUTH DELUXE 2 door touring sedan; radio. Peter son • Barnes Motor Co., Phone 1427. WESTBROOK - BROWN MOTOR Co., Inc., Home of Chrysler and Plymouth. 113 No. 2nd St.. Phone I860. 1937 PACKARD 120 TOURING SE dan. 120 4-DOOR PACKARD TOURING sedan with new tires and radio. Bargains. LONG MOTOR CO. _114 No, 2nd St, Phone 72 12 Builders* Supplies BUILDING OR REPAIRING? LET us give you an estimate on your lumber needs. Cape Fear Lumber _Co. Phone 670. GRAVEL AND SAND BY TRUCK. We quote following prices; 2" gravel, $2.50 per ton. 1" to 1 1-2” $2.70 per ton; 1-2” $3.05 per ton. Concrete sand, $2.10 per ton. -rick or plaster rand, $2.30 per ton. Delivered to you job. E. B Morse. Rockingham. Telephone 26. ROOFING THAT ~PROTECTS Your Property and Your Pocket book. Wheeling Super Channel drain Roofing—Heavily galvanized with a coating of pure zinc, has proved its durability. Becker's. Phone 82. GENASCO SLAM TEST ROOFING Is Beautiful Durable Economical Best by Test. Hanover Iron Works lt9 Nt. Water St. Phone 609 Everything To Build The Home E. W. Godwin’s Sons Castle Hayne Road, Phone 662 DISTRIBUTORS INSELBRIC AND B r i x i t e Insulation. Estimates. American Home Improvement Co. IPft Market St- Plmno 13 Boats Boat Building—Repairs—Painting All Work Guaranteed MARINE SERVICE, INC. Phone 7771 _Wrightsville, No. Car. BOAT WITH IN-BOARD MOTOR. Can be seen at 1207 Princess St. L, T. Rogers. Phone 253. 14 Business Opportunities FOR SALE — GROCERY STOCK and fixtures, in good location, do ing $30,000 annually. Have good reason for selling. "L.-21,” c-o Star-News. 32 Coal, Wood, Fuel Oil CAROLINA WOOD AND COAL Yard. Dry wood of all kinds. Prompt delivery. Phone 1078. 35 Drugs FIGHT THAT COLD. GET A BOT tie of Prescription No. 7. For colds and coughs. Helps to clesr the head, mild laxative. Price, 25c. Brooklyn Pharmacy, 4th and Bladen Sts., Phone 1330. 41 Eatables FRESH FISH AND VEGETABLES daily. Groceries, fresh meat, Ons low County Swoked Hams, Shoul ders and Sides. Phone 2796. Pearce’s quick delivery. 818 No. 4th St. 42 Eating Places CAPT. BEN’S CLOSED FOR RE pairs. Will reopen Friday, May 3rd. "Home of Good Eats.” 48 Feeds SAVE UP TO 50 PER CENT ON cost of feeding New Pullets, by using Ful-O-Pep Growing Mash and the Ful-O-Pep Save-on-Feed Plan. Call J. J. Allen & Son. 380. VITA-LIFE GROWING MASH grows strong, healthy pullets. Man ufactured fresh daily. Phone 168, Keith Milling Co. 52 For Rent FOR REN"1—122 N. WATER ST., nice office and warehouse space, 20x60—$18.00 per month. Phone 19, Lenox G. Cooper. 55 For Rent, Apartments FOR RENT—3 ROOM APARTMENT and b Vh. Kitchen, gas stove and janitor service, garage. Water and heat furnished. Sorosis Apts. Tel. 1050-M. FOR RENT MAY 1ST. 5 ROOM furnished apartment. Garage. 211 North Gth. Phone 1818-R. 2, 3, OR 4 ROOM UNFURNISHED light housekeeping apartment. Ap ply 1204 or 1205 S. 4th St. UPPER 2 AND 3 ROOM FURNISII ed apartment. Good location. 305 N. Fourth._ GARAGE APT., AUDUBON. 3 rooms and bath; newly furnished. A-'pIy Willetts Realty Co. Phone 342, _ LARGE APARTMENT FOR RENT. Furnished or unfurnished. Apply Robinson's Inn, Wrightsville Beach. Phone 7717-J. 412 SOUTH 3RD ST., 3 ROOM TIP stairs Apt., Southwest exposure. Cool in summer. Fine residential neighborhood. Garage and water furnished. Convenient to bus line. Phone 1630.__ 3 ROOM GARAGE APT., COUN try Club Pines. Apply Willetts Realty Co., 124 Princess St., Phone 342._ YOU CAN FIND JUST THE KIND of apt you are seeking with a "Wanted to Rent" Ad. Phone 2800—Cost Small. 60 For Rent, Rooms TWO FURNISHED BEDROOMS IN private home, $2.50 per week. Call at 310 Church. Phone 2528. 63 Room and Board ROOMS AND BOARD. MRS. MER ritt 20 South 3rd St., upstairs. Telephone 1876-M. _ 65 For Rent, Houses WOOLCOTT AVE„ FIVE room house in very good condi tion. Reasonable. Foster -Hill Realty Co., Phones 1467-1468. 2014 WOOLCOTT AVE.. 5 ROOMS Excellent condition. Apply to Meares Harriss Phone 1129 2 lor 1 IS WHAT YOU GET WHEN YOU PLACE YOUR WANT AD IN THE c STAR and NEWS YOUR AD INSERTED IN BOTH PAPERS FOR SINGLE INSERTION PRICE THIS ASSURES COMPLETE COVERAGE IN THE IMMEDIATE AND SURROUNDING TRAD ING AREA! BUY — RENT — SELL — HIRE — SWAP — ETC. PLACE YOUR AD TODAY PHONE 2800 STAR-NEWS CLASSIFIED 70 For Sale MEN YOU CAN DRESS WELL and save real money on your en tire clothing bill at Finkelstein’s, Front and Market. I FOR SALE - RICH SOIL FOR flowers and shrubbery. C. Leeu wenberg. Phone 2546-W. MOTOR OIL SV2c Qt. IN YOUR CAN 2 gals, in galvanized can, $1.15 5 gals., in galvanized can, $2.30 Thrif T-Storer Inc., 25 So. Front St. DAIRY SUPPLIES! MILK BOT tles and bottle caps. Cooperative Hdwe, 610 Castle St., Phone 2122. TRUCK COVERS, ALL SIZES carried in stock at low prices at the Army Store, 20 Market St. DINNER RING WITH 7 LARGE diamonds in yellow gold setting. S22.50 at Finkelstein’s Loan Of fice. GOODRICH BICYCLES', NEW 1040 features. Priced $24.95 up. Ride for health. Easy terras. Good rich Silvertown Stores. PORCH ROCKERS, GLIDERS, Folding Chairs, Suntan Couches. Ideal for beach use. Pender Fur niture Co. HAMILTON 17 JEWEL YELLOW gold ladies’ wrist watch—$22.50 at Finkelstein’s Loan Office. 73 Hardware PFLUEGER AND PENN REELS —Complete line. Bring in your surf rod and reel for repairs. Prices reasonable. Gregg Bros. Hdwe. CALSIMINE 35c PKG. POULTRY wire cut any length. Konig Hdwe. 913 No. 4th St. Phone 2033. 75 Household Goods SPECIAL PRICES BEACH FUR niture, new and used. Let us fur nish your cottage. H. Berger & Son. Phone 2914. ri w ^ iv n, n o .}j..30 uv. Porch Sets $29.5u up Jones Furn iture Co., 18 So. Front Si. Phone 665. 3 PC. OVERSTUFFED LIVING room suite, used. Don't miss this bargain. Peoples Furniture Co. 213 No. Front St. TWO GOOD USED RADIOS $4.95 each; others reduced 25 to 40%. Down payment low as $1.00. Sneeden-York Co. 119 Market St. GENERAL ELECTRIC 6 CU. FT. Floor Model. Priced for quick clearance. Gregg’s Appliance. 115 Market St. BRIGHTEN YOUR HOME FOR summer from our stock of beauti ful Gliders, porch chairs and rock ers, and summer rugs. Wicker, Rattan and Maple Living Room furniture. Sutton-Council Furni ture Co., Phone 1070. _ SEVERAL BARGAINS IN GOOD electric refrigerators traded-in on new 1940 Kelvinators. C. B. Wes sell, 305 No. Front St. Phone 713. 1940 TROUBADOR 8 TUBE RADIOS $24.95 while they last. Call early. Thrif-T-Stores, Inc., 25 South Front St. 4 PC. SLIGHTLY USED BEDROOM suite, only $39.50. Home Furniture Co., 23 Market St. 10 pc! WALNUT BEDROOM suite, slightly used. Good condi tion. Bargain. Bost Furniture Co., 29 S, Front St. _ COME IN AND SEE OUR COM plete Nationally Known lines of Drexel bedroom and dining room; Continental bedroom; Heywood Wakefield bedroom, dining room, living room, and porch. White Furniture Co., bedroom and din ing room furniture. Todd Furni ture Co. Phone 352._ 80 Houses For Sale MY COTTAGE, HARBOR ISLAND, 7 rooms, bath, two showers, lav otorles in bed rooms, hot air fur nace. Storage room and garage. Price $4750.00. J- T- Thomas, Phone 7680._ MODERN 6 ROOM BUNGALOW. Sunset Park. Well construeted emall down payment, balance like rent. G. A. Quinn, Phone 472. 30 Houses For Sale 29li MARKET ST., NINE ROOM, modern home, with two baths and furnace, together with 8 acres land, is offered at very reasonable price and on good terms; will ac cept other property in trade. H. F. Wilder. Phone 631. TWO NEW OCEAN FRONT COT tages. Guilford Irving. Phones 474 and 2833-W, P. O. Box 1058. 85 Help Wanted, Male 32,468 PRINTING AND PUBLISH Ing plants in the U. S. employing 500,000 trained people. We otfer training in Hand Composition, Linotype, Presswork, Monotype. Using more than $100,000 worth of equipment to train you in a school controlled by printers and publishers. Not operated for prof it. Write Southwest Vocational School. 3800 Clarendon Drive, Dal las, Texas. 90 Help Wanted, Female WANTED: MIDDLE AGED WHITE woman as companion-housekeeper small family. Call after s i x, 2661-W. 95 Insurance Hinton Insurance & Realty Co. General Insurance—Lewis P. Hinton 210 1-2 Princess St. Phone 209 100 Instruction COMPTOMETER, STENOTYPY and all business subjects taught. Mrs. Motte's Secretarial School, 313 Church Street. 105 Lost and Found lost—6 MO. OLD FOX TERRIER. White, black spots. Answers to "Bitsy.” Reward. Return to 1608 Chestnut. 110 Livestock FOR SALE: 2 YOUNG FRESH milch cows. 10 good heifers 24 to 30 mos. old. Fred Lesh, 1-2 mile from Bolivia, N. C. FOR SALE: SADDLE PONY horse duke three gaited, well trained. C. S. Lowrimore, Phone 2663-J. FOR MULES, HORSES AND cows, see us. 20 head farm mules. T. E. Cooper & Co., Inc. (Foot Parsley St.) 35 MULES AND 2 BIG HORSES; 2 milch cows for sale. J. P. New ton, Castle Hayne Road. 2006-J. 111 Miscellaneous LEATHER OVERNIGHT CASES in black and brown. $4.95 at Finkelstein’s Loan Office, 6 S. Front St. 12C Oifice Equipment ATTENTION GRADUATES 100 Hvlited Visiting Cards, 75c Shoemaker’s. Phone 9o4 125 Painting, Papering LITTLE JIM SHARPE, PAPER hanger, moved from 16 St. to 714 Grace. Phone 1420-J. 125 Painting, Papering REDECORATE your rooms Fc.- Summer With SEARS NEW "COLOR PERFECT” WALL PAPER Paper To Cover O I Room 12x14, only _ USE OUR EASY PAYMENT PLAN Sears, Roebuck & Co. 135 Personal SPECIAL MATTRESS RENOVAT ing- rates for next 30 days (Beach Property Owners Only). Call for particulars. New Way Mattress Co., Phone 428. Fur Storage SHER-LYNN SHOPPE 136 Poultry BABY CHICKS — REDUCED prices, healthy, bioodtested, day olds, two-week-olds, four-week olds. ROUDABUSH’S. 139 Radio and Repairs SHACKLEFORD’S RADIO SERV ice. Any make — any model. 3rd and Grace. Phone 2709. (Com mercial Frigidaire Dealer). EXPERT RADIO REPAIR SERV ice! We call for and deliver. Let us estimate your next job. Thrif-T-Stores, Inc. Phone 726 FOR EXPERT RADIO REPAIR service call Mr. Wood at Thomp son Bicycle Co., 702 Castle. Phone 939. WE DOCTOR ALL RADIO TROU bles. Radio Service Co., 208 Prin cess St., Phone 823. Sound Sys terns for rent. FRENCH RADIO CO. SALES AND Service. Come in and hear the famous Hallicrafters receivers. Luke French, Phone 852, 130-1 Market street. 150 Real Estate DESIRABLE LOT SOUTHERN end Harbor Island. Priced for immediate sale. Phone 159. IF YOU WISH TO BUY, SELL OR Trade, See US. W. M. Hewlett. Realtor, Phone 943. LIST YOUR RENTAL AND SALES with us. A-l Service. Frank G. Harriss 120 Princess St. FOR BEST RESULTS, LIST YOUR property with Marshall Realty Co., 216 Princess St. Phone 976. 13 ACRE TRACT MYRTLE GROVE Sound, located on Waterway. Will sell or trade for city property. Telephone 1469. SALES-RENTALS-INVESTMENT Moore-Fonvielle Realty Co. We are equipped to serve you INVESTIGATE THE JOYS AND advantages of living in Oleander, •“the Suburb Beautiful.” Hugh MacRae and Co. 155 Seeds and Plants COWPEAS $1.85 BUSHEL ;"’tOKIO Soybeans $1.50. Velvet beans, Clov er, Millets, Grasses, etc. Rouda bush’s seer store. TOMATO PLANTS, SNAP DRAG ons spring garden plants. John Verzaal, Winter Park. EXPENSIVE EXPERIMENT MINNEAPOLIS— CP; —It seems that Connie Mack of the Philadel phia Athletics paid $1,800 for the privilege of conditioning Pitcher Elon Hogsett for the Minneapolis Millers. It was this way: Mack bought Hogsett from Miu neapolis after last season for $7, 500. He took him to training camp and decided he wouldn’t be of any value to the A s, so he sold him back to Minneapolis for $5,700. A variable-pitch fan was de veloped recently for trucks and buses and is reported to achieve a noticeable saving in fuel. The blades are controlled by a ther mostat, sensitive to engine tem peratures. 155 Seeds and Plants FOR SALE! BALED LESPEDEZA Hay, $14.00 ton F. O. B„ Cars or truck. Shelled corn, 75c per bush el. Seed peanuts, 5p lb. Elroy Bailey, Chadbourn, N. C. COMPLETE STOCK INSECTI cides, Pressure Sprayers, Dusters, Garden and Farm Tools. T. W. "Wood & Sons, Seedsmen. 317 N. Front St. Phone 133. QUALITY SEED AND TUXEDO Feed. We can take care of your every need. CROSS SEED CO. 13 Market St.Phone 1111 156 Situations Wanted WANTED — JOB AS COOK BY colored man. 20 years experience. Chef or pastry cook. WTllie Wil liams, 616 Church St. STENOGRAPHER DESIRES GEN eral office work. Address “Steno” Care of Star-News. 157 Typewriters UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER (No. 5). A-l shape. $20.00. Tuxedo size 37, good condition $10.00. Young. 948-M. 170 Wanted WANTED, 500 USED PENN AND Pflueger Reels to clean or repair. Sneeden’s Wilmington Cycle Co., 114 Market St., Phone 526. U.1ED AUTOMATIC SHOT GUN IN good condition: price low for cash. Gun c-o Star-News. FOR QUICK RENTAL RESULTS, List Your Vacancies in the Want Ads. Phone 2800—Cost Small. WANTED MIXED OAK CROSS ties. Sawn or hewn. Recent or ders insure our buying steadily through summer. Southeastern Shipping Service. Telephone 36. WANTED TO BUY COTTAGE AT Carolina Beach. Would consider vacant lot. Price must be right. P. O. Box 4, Burlington, N. C. WANTED TO BUY' — COTTAGE. Wrightsville Beach. Would con sider a lot. P. O. Box 1093, City. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Paint a single room or an entire home on our EASY PAYMENT PLAN Becker Coal & Bldrs. Supply PHONE 82 g tAII LU1 g I Corner 2nd & Dock Sts. I | Westbrook-Brown | Motor Co. a# BISONS WHY WILL LIRE wl SERVICE Wg ■ Miners. 2—No ^ S — No ques- % f employers or 1 — Immedi ate 11 5 — Conveniently 1| 6 — All transac- w I d In strictest M jMINGTON ANCE CO. 4B|Kl Murchison DAILY CROSSWORD ACROSS beverage 24. Bails 1. Solitary 6. Disembark 25. Decree ' 5. Egyptian 7. Small 26. Tears dancing girl rodents 28. June bug 9. Den 8. Pain 32. Get out! 10. Secular 12. Sliding 35. Hearing 11. Forward receptacle organ 13. Fish-salt- 13. Retained 37. Project ing bin 16. Biblical city 39 Lasso 14. Sprout 18. Jump 42. Exist 15. Regret 19. Sweet 43. English 17. Scotch river potato resort 18. Rapacious 20. Small per- 44. Medley Vesterday’* Anawer person forated balls 45. Slay 49. Funeral pile 20. Beneath 21. Arm joint 47. Sonof Jacob 51. Low island 23. Old German 22. Unattached 48. Grown old 53. Permit coin 27. Absconded 29. Constructed 30. Finnish seaport 31. Plunder 33. Clamor 34. An amount of medicine 36. Discard 38. Vow 40. Blasts of wind tl. An automaton 13. Aanerican editor 46. Enclosure 47. Fold over 50. Similar 52. Funeral song 54. F’ate of baked clay 55. Always 56. Sacred 57. Sea’s ebb and flow DOWN 1. Thick slice 2. Chief Ha waiian island 3. Told a falsehood 4. Epoch 5. Malt REALTY TRANSFERS Adrian B. Rhodes, register of deeds, recorded the following real property conveyances during the past week: H. E. Hales to Bertha Ann Mal pass, two acre tract adjacent Nig ger Head road in Cape Fear town ship. W. D. Hughes to J. Alexander Pugh, lot 1, block 17. city. Clayton G. Bellamy to Shore Acres company, lots 134 and 135, Shore Acres. George \V. Goodson to D. L. White, one lot at Carolina Beach. R. N. Simon to Moore-Fonvielle Realty company, lot 173-B, section B, Forest Hills. Hugh MacRae to Wilbur L. An derson, lot 5, block 2, Princess place. W. M. Powers to George L. Stearns, lofs 3 and 4, Greenville Sound. Waccamaw Bank and Trust com pany to Curtis R. Peterson, lot 32, block 38, Sunset Park. J. H. Hinton to Belle H. Foun tain, lot 7, block 30, Sunset Park. J. H. Hinton to Spencer S. Foun tain, lot 18, block 23, Sunset Park. Bennetta P. Bagg to Julia Mc Laurin, lot 2, block 183. city. Harriet Wright to Dora Smith, lot 3, block 80, city. Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States to R. A. Brin dell, lots 16, 17, 18, and 19, block G, Ardmore. Osborne G. Foard to Catherine W. Blackwell, tract 5, Roach property, at Queen's point at Middle Sound. H. Elizabeth King to E. B. Snipes, lot 17, block 4, and lot 17-A, block 4-A, Carolina Beach. H. M. Schaar to William M. Hill, lot 5, block 94, and lot 5, block 93, city. State of North Carolina to J. D. Beaty, tract at Wrightsville Beach. Jessie G. Harper to Jessie H. New bold, lots 4, 5, and 6, block 99, city. C. E. Justice to Margaret Harv ell. tract at Federal Point. North State Improvement company to Forest Hills Development com pany, lot 1, section B, Forest Hills subdivision. North State Improvement company to Forest Hills Development com pany, lot 176-B, section B, Forest Hills subdivision. Eleanor E. Pope to C. L. Spencer, lot 23, block 2, Sunset Park. Ruth R. Lowery to board of edu cation of New Hanover county, part of block 21, Summer Hill. O. F. Corbett to G. K. Tilden, tract on Middle Sound road in Harnett township. Waccamaw Bank and Trust com pany to Vernon L. Fountain, lot S, block 30, Sunset Park. Carrie E. Telfair to Florence Hines, one half of lot 19, Fisherville, in Harnett township. K. B. Marshall to Wilmington Brokerage company, lost 164 and 165 Shore Acres No. 2. Grover C. Bordeaux to M. C. Cook, tract of Bordeaux property in Masonboro township. Mattie J. Bowdoin to Elizabeth 156 FINISH AUTO DRIVING COURSE Are Graduated From Series Of Safety Schools Conduct ed In AVilmington George W. Smith, director, re ported recently that a total of 456 persons in Wilmington and vi pinity have been graduated from the series of safe-driving schools conducted here since early in May of 1939. Thirty-three students were grad uated in the 17th of a series of classes which closed Friday night in the recorder's courtroom in the courthouse. The 18tli in a series of classes begun yesterday, with two classes scheduled daily, from 4 to 6 in tlie afternoon and 7 to 9 in the evening. Persons may enroll 30 minutes before each class starts for the in structions which are free to any white person over 16 years of age. Each class is limited to 15 begin ners. There is no limit to the num ber of regular drivers who wish to enroll for the course. Safe driving schools are operated in the city under the auspices of the adult education division of the Works Progress administration, the state highway safety division, and the city department of public safe ty. Speakers at the graduation exer cises Friday night were: Smith, di rector of the school; Nathan Whit field, assistant director, and Wilson White, former director of the Ra leigh safe driving school. Student, speakers were: Miss Arlene Kim ball, Miss Olie Barr, Miss Hazel Hufham, and Miss Christine Hart. Graduates included: Miss Olie Barr, Miss Lois Hope Brothers. Miss Dollie May Brown, Miss Lee Bullock, Charles Clark, Waiter Clif ton, Clarence Council, Edward Cos ton, Robert Cox, Mrs. A. E. Cumber, •Tr., Mrs. Zylphia Daniels, Margaret Davis, Richard Ellis, Mrs. M. C. Evans, Catherine George. Edward Hufham. Hazel Hufham, Laurice Hufham, Mary Lou Jackson, Jean Jones, Willie Jones, Miss Arlene Kimball, Mairlyn Lewis, Nancy E. Page, Dan Phillips, Jr., Douglas Potter, Mrs. H. L. Reeves, Edith Shew, Marie Stevens, Mrs. A. B. Stokley, Andrew If. Symmes, and Ledley B. Symmes, Jr. Of the 33 students to graduate in this class, Director Smith said, 11 made a 100 per cent grade. Latin is studied by more pupils in American high schools than are all other, foreign languages combined. H. Edwards, lots 1, 2, and 3, block 484, city. Carolina Building and J^oan as sociation to Edward Green, lot 31, olock 150, city. T. B. Haynsworth. Jr., to Thom as C. James, lots 9, 10: 11, and 12, olock 65, Carolina Beach. SUPERMAN That Man’s Here Again By Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster PLUMMETING TO THE GROUND, SUPERMAN SCOOPS UP SEVERAL FEET OF DIRT, EXPOSING THE BUILDING'S FOUNDATIONS. (WHAT HAS A STEAM SHOVEL GOT THAT LhAVEN'T GOT ? THE MAN OF TOMORROW DIGS HIS FINGERS INTO THE MORTAR, THEN, WITH A YANK, RIPS OUT A SECTION OF THE WALI_ [ I SHOULD HAVE ] ! LISTENED TO 4 CLARK. WHAT 1 A FOOL I WAS 4 TO TACKLE ] PI NELLI'S MOB J ^ alone i F IT'S — IT'S ^ SUPERMAN! a f RIGHT! AND I'VE A ) COMPLAINT! RESCUING I YOU FROM SCRAPES , TAKES UP SO MUCH OF MY TIME, I'VE ► HARDLY TIME FOR > , ANYTUINO ELSE ! ?