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Count five "'jo words to the line. charge of $5.00 Is made for pub t*fd .'m Memoriam" and resolu #Th« Star-News assumes no re ‘.Utility tor any advertisement ,P an" el or inserted as directed «‘ept to publish or republish after rS Adr in the column may ha .wed until 9 P- m. for the next vP, raper ... All classified Dis ply coty must be in the office py iP ”' main office phone tiSOO Ask For Ad-Taker. NOTICE to PUB1.1C HI advertising appearing In these slumns is for reputable and reli lit concerns, so fa. as we caD antis from a careful lnvestiga Son . I |r our Intention, however, to at that every firm that uses these (twins is required to live up to lltir obligations. Therefore, should pm reply to any advertisement on ills pace and services are not ren Krtd as advertised. The Star News tilts to know it. Tit D. S. postal regulations are very strict in such matters as such it act would be misuse of the U. S. mail and the Star-News will see tint any attempt to defraud is prcmpliy handled by the P. O. de jmnent. • _ CLASSIFIED INDEX '.-Announcements. I- Antomotive. li-Auto Supplies. ^Amusements. (-Awnings. S-Beauty Parlors. S-Beer. II— Business Service. 11-Builders. li-Buiiders’ Supplies. li-Boats. IIA-Booksellers, stationers. H—Business Opportunities. It-Cleaners and Dyers. 11-Coal. Wood. Fuel Oil. 11-Dairy products. li-Dancing. !i-Drugs. Ss-Drv Cleaning, Pressing. <I-Eatables. (1-Eating Places. (i—Feeds. H-Financial. il—Florists. 1—For Rent. 1-A-P.esorts. ii—For P.ent, Apartments, il—For Rent, Rooms. C—For Kent, Houses. '.0—For Sale. '1-Hardware. li-Househo d Goods. S-Houses For Sale. 5-Help wanted, Male. IJ-Help Wanted, Female. “-Insurance. [jj-lnstruction. “•-Lost And Found. Jl-Machinery. ;S—Music. •0—Office Equipment. •—Office For Rent. “-Painting, papering. ““Printing. \ "“Professional. ““PersonaL (“Poultry. .•'?adi0 And Repairs. ‘J—Rea) Estate. “P.elrigeration Service. “eei3s And Plants. ^Situations Wanted, rjrpewriters. Sioe Repairing. .^“Sporting Goods. ^■otorn or0 >_Announcements 'cF;Y 1SAC RHODES, 505 CAS ».«•. Nwary Public-. Available Phone 2213-J, - AT ALADDIN OIL ailli Supplies just arrived, uont St Ul"llUre Co> 28 South _Automotive :;or°-VT A ' AprIT I WILL GET tse-j ■ou- See me first for that iin Motor rHarris Haskett’ Maul 'pf' Y f-'e-Hj SER VI CENTER fei J, ,, 1 rn-e iJth Sales & Service Phones 1493-9130 C«X. W°°u~RROWN motor f’yhtouth Vv11?, of Chrysler an<: ISSoV^J^ No. 2nd St.. Phone t406.fol nALES & SERVICE Ran'.,40* 1p»nces. Street _ ;°P-h f0; P, 1935 CREVROLET lay balance due. See to », ^3.11 T p ^Iillan i ,Callahail 345 ! ' n Bulck-Pontiac Co. 2Automotive 1339 COMMANDER STUDEBAKER sedan with over-drive, low mileage. Peterson-Barnes Motor Co., Phone 1427 10 Bnsiness Service THOMPSON BICYCLE CO 702 Castle St. Bicycles and repairs, lawn mowers electrically sharpen ed. Call 939, Quick delivery, 11 Builders I AM NOW LOCATED 1019 SO. 4TH St., and open for business. G. A. Quinn, Building Contractor. 12 Builders* Supplies SECOND HAND LUMBER FOR sale. White housing project. 116 Martin Street. HERE'S DOLLARS-AND-S E N S E Modernization that provides Beau ty .. . Comfort . . . Quiet—Flint kote Insulation Materials. Smith Builders’ Supply, Inc., Phone 2431. FOR SUPER PROTECTION . . . SU per Economy . . . Wheeling Super Channeldrain Roofing. Deep Emer gency drain channel for efficient drainage—the only roofing of its kind on the market. Becker’s, Phone 82, GENASCO SLAM TEST ROOFING Is Beautiful Durable Economical Best V- Test. Hanover Iron Works 109 No, Water St. Phone 609 WHATEVER YOU NEED IN Builders’ Supplies, we have it! Ev ery order receives courteo -s prompt attention. E. W. GODWIN’S SONS. PHONE 662 LUMBER IS OUR BUSINESS. SO let us estimate and quote on your requirements. Cape Fear Lumber Co., Phone 670, CITY MILL WORKS. SPECIALIZ ing In Frames and Screen. Satis faction guaranteed. 1207 Princess St., Phone 253. STOP DETERIORATION! PAINT ypur home with Perfection. 1 to 3 years to pay. North-Smith Coal Co-, Phone 155. 13 Boats Weld Wood Skiffs and Moth Boats Stool and Custom Built Cash or Terms MARINE SERVICE, INC. Vrightsville, N. C.. Phone 7771 JOHNSON SEA HORSE OUTBOARD Motor 22 H. P„ bargain. Also 14 ft. Dunphy boat. Both practically new. Howell Motor Co. 35 Drugs FIGHT THAT COLD. GET A BOT tie of Prescription No. 7. For colds and coughs. Helps to clear the head, mild laxative. Price, 25c. Brooklyn Pharmacy, 4th and Bladen Sts., Phone 1330, 42 Eating Places “THE HOME OF GOOD EATS.’ Fried Chicken. Bar-B-Q, conceded best steak. Capt. Ben’s. Phone 5813. 48 Feeds SAVE AS MUCH AS 20% FEED ing For Eggs, with Ful-O-Pep Egg-Breeder Mash and the Ful-O Pep Plan of feeding 1-3 mash, 1-3 whole oats, and 1-3 scratch grain J. J- Allan and Sons. Phone 380. VITA-LIFE BROILER MASB grows tender broilers cheap. Man ufactured fresh daily. Phone 168 Keith Milling Co.__ FEED TUXEDO FEEDS. MAKE Tuxedo ‘Your Silent Partner.' A Quality Feed for Every Need. Cross Seed Co. 12 Market St Phone 1111. 52-A Resorts FOR SALE — LOVELY 6 ROOM bungalow. Masonboro Bluff, over looking Masonboro Sound. Price $1650. Call 260. 42 NO. LUMINA AVE„ WRIGHTS ville Beach. 6 rooms; modern conveniences. Telephone 28. R. C. Cantwell. 55 For Rent, Apartments 513 CHESTNUT ST., FIVE ROOM lower apartment in very good con dition. Recently painted- Reason able. Foster-Hill Realty Co., Phones 1467-1468. FURNISHED NEW DUPLEX small apartment, gas, hot water, Frigidaire. 313 Marstellar. Phone 1926-R. LOWER UNFURNISHED THRUE room apartment. Lights and water furnished. $18 per month. 615 So. Front St. Phone 2738 222 KENWOOD AVE. 4 ROOM UN furnished apartment. Private en trance, bath, garage. Water fur nished. Phone 2373-J. FOR RENT — GARAGE APART ment- Available July 5. Telephone 2593-R. 326 SO. 3RD ST., NICE 4 ROOM apt. Apply Willetts Realty Co., 124 Princess St., Phone 342._ 60 For Beni, Booms FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT. '624 Dock Street. COOL. COMFORTABLE ROOMS at Vi. /ghtsville Beach. By day, week or month. Reasonable. Wulff’s Cottage, 116 South Lum ina Avenuo__ NICE LARGE ROOMS FOR RENT, adjacent to bath. Phone 1807-M. Apply 205 Grace St._ 70 For Sale_ MEN YOU CAN DRESS WELL and save real money on your en tire clothing bill at Flnkelstein’s. Front and Market-_ FACTORY RECAP TRIES—GUAR anteed Save over half on your tire cost. Easy terms. Goodrich lilvertown Stores. EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR Fresh and Salt Water Fishing! Wilmington Cycle Co., 114 Market St. Phone 526._ GIVE THE YOUNG LADY GRAD uate a Lane Cedar Hope Chest. See Window Display. Peoples’ Furni ture Co. 213 No. Front St. ICE—Full Weight. Prompt Deliverv McKEE BROS. 710 Castle St. Phone 856 TWO USED 7 FOOT BEVERAGE coolers'. Real bargains. See today. Gregg’s Appliance, 115 Market St. 70 For Sale FOR SALE-BIG BARGAINS 6 Steam Pumps 3 Wood Plainers 1,000 Feet of Belting 1 Lot Machine Tools LINGO METAL WORKS House of a Thousand Bargains Sale Screen Doors Slightly Damaged - Discon tinued or Sample Doors In All Sizes $1.89 Pine Door, Galvanize wire, Size 2’-6”x6'-6”, now _$1.45 $1.98 Pine Door, Galvanize wire. Size 2’-8”x6’-8”, now _$1.65 $2.29 Pine Door, Galvanize wire, Size 2’-10"x6-10”, now _$1.85 $3.49 Pine Door, Galvanize wire. Size 3’x7\ now _$2.75 $2.95 Heavy Stock Pine, Size 2’-8”x6’-8”. now_$2.00 $4.49 Extra Heavy W/Bronze wire. Size 2’-10”x6’-10", now _$3.00 $4.98 Extra Heavy W/Bronze wire. Size 3'x7\ now_$3.50 Sears, Roebuck & Co. 73 Hardware CHROMIUM PLATED TRIM, BIND ings, edgings and mouldings. Con tinuous strips. Cut to measure Wide variety. Gregg Bros. Hdwe. Phone 632. 75 Honsehold Goods 4 PC. MAPLE BEDROOM SUITE, used; 4 pc. walnut veneer modern istic bedroom suite, used; 4 pc. walnut finished bedroom suite, used. All in good condition and priced to sell. See these bargains today. Pender Furniture Co., 28 So. Front St BEAUTIFUL BEDROOM SET (twin beds), kitchen set, oil heat er, and Detroit Jewel Gas Range, all in excellent condition- Call 2537-J. MAGIC CHEF GAS RANGE—LATE model, day bed, piano, New Per fection oil range. Batson Transfer. SALE STUDIO COUCHES $24.50 up. Investigate our terms. Jones Furniture Co. 18 So. Front S't. WILL SACRIFICE SLIGHTLY used 3 pc. wicker living room suite. Home Furniture Co. 23 Market Street. 3 PC. MAPLE; 2 PC. WICKER living room suites, used. Bar gains. Bost Furniture Co. 29 So. Front Street. YOU CAN BUY A GENUINE 6 CU. Ft. Frigiiaire Electric Refrigerator for only $4.50 per month. 15 other models, all made by General Motors and .sold exclusively in Wilmington by Sutton-Council Furniture Co. Phone 1070. COOK WITH Rulane Gas COMPLETE INSTALLATION Stove and Gas For As Little As _ Todd Furniture Co. 21 S. Front St. Phone 352 80 Honses For Sale BUILDING FOR SALE TO BE RE moved at once- Apply Rev. C. Murphy, 405 Ann St. 209 N. 11TH T., ATTRACTIVE 5 roott bungalow. Priced low for quick sale. Phone 145. W. A. Davis. W. A. McGirt, agency, 217 Princess St. 85 Help Wanted. Male HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES SE lect a vocation now and lay a sound foundation for your future. Printing is one of America’s larg est industries and offers young men above the average In intelle gence and ambition wonderful op portunities for advancement. In structions offered in Hand Compo sition, Press Work. Monotype Key board Operating, Monotype Caster Operating, and Linotype Operating. We have competent instructors with years of experience in the printing industry: modern equip ment. For free catalogue write to V C. Garriott. Secy.-Treas.. South ern School of Printing, 151416 South Street, Nashville, Tennessee. V 85 Help Wanted, Male WANTED—FIRST CLASS PRESS er for full time work. Apply Mod ern Cleaners, 118 So. 17th St. REGISTERED DRUGGIST OR AS sistant. Apply by letter giving complete details and references. Alexander’s Drug Store, Waynes ville, North Carolina. WANTED — EXPERIENCED MO tor truck salesman. Mail applica tions with references to P. O. Bor 957. City. 90 Help Wanted, Female WANTED — COLORED EXPERI enced maid. Must have references. Work on Wrightsville Beach. Phone 7577, WANTED—6 EXPERIENCED waitresses. Apply Carolina Cafe, Carolina Beach. 95 Insnrance Hinton Insurance & Realty Co. General Insurance—Lewis P. Hinton 210 1-2 Princess St. Phone 209 190 Instruction COMPTOMETER. STENOTYPY and all business subjects taught. Mrs. Motte’s Secretarial School. 313 Church Street. 105 Lost and Found LOST ON WRIGHTSVILLE: Chain tie clasp with two college keys on chain. Reward if returned to Star Office, or Phone 876-W. IP THE PARTY WHO TOOK WAL let from desk in Peoples Bank yes terday will return to Postoffice Box 1312, there will be no ques tions FOUND — QUALITY MILLWORK at Roderick and Land. Mfgrs. screen doors and windows, sashes, door frames. 17th and Castle, Phone 446-J. 119 Livestock MANY FINE YOUNG MULES FOR sale now and through the summer. J. P. Newton, Wilmington, N. C Phone 2006-J. 120 Office Equipment PICTURE FRAMING. THE BET ter kind. Best mouldings used. James Book Store, 113 Market. 125 Painting, Papering LITTLE JIM SHARP, PAPER hanger, moved from 16 St. to 714 Grace. Phone 1420-J* 135 Personal SPECIAL MATTRESS RENOVAT ing rater for next 30 days (Beach Property Owners Only). Call for particulars. New Way Mattress Co., Phone 428. 136 Poultry STARTED CHICKS — EASIEST raised; 2,80( 3-weeks old Barred Rocks, 15c each. Roudabush's Seed Store. Read The Classified Ads 139 Radio and Repairs SHACKLEFORD’S RADIO SERV ice. Any make — any model. 3rd and Grace. Phone 2709. (Com merical Frigidaire Dealer). WE DOCTOR ALL RADIO TROU bles. Radio Service Co.. 208 Prin cers St.. Phone 823. Sound Sys tern? (or rent. COME IN AND SEE THE SKY Buddy! French Radio Co. Sales and Service. Luke French. 1304 Market St., Phono 852 150 Real Estate WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH Several desirable lots, some of " which face Channel. Also well located cottage. All reason ably priced. H. F. WILDER, Phone 631 FOR BEST RESULTS. LIST YOUF property with Marshall Realty Co., 216 Princess St. Phone 976. SALES-RENTALS-INVESTMENT Moore-Fonvielle Realty Co. We are equipped to serve you LIST YOUR RENTAL AND SALES with us. A-l Service. Frank G. Harriss 120 Princess St INVESTIGATE THE JOYS ANE advantages of living in Oleander “the Suburb Beautiful," Hugh MacRae and Co. HAVE CLIENT WHO WILL trade several tenant houses for waterfront property. W. M. HEWLETT, REALTOR 214 Princess St. Phone 943 MEARES HARRISS Rea) Estate 210 Princess St„ Phone 1129 CAUL US TO FIND A BUYER for your house or other real es tate. A. B. Walton Co. Phone 236. 155 Seeds and Plants SPRAYTNG. PRUNING AND FER tilizlng shrubbury. Cut flowers John Verzaal, Phone 392-XR. SOY BEANS FOR SALE. WOOD Yellow, Biloxi and Tokios. Re cleaned. $1.20 per bushel deliver ed, 100 bushel lots. Sound, re cleaned Iron and Clay Mixed Peas, $1.65 delivered, 100 bushel lots. W. B. CLARK, Wilson, N.C. OTOOTAN, BILOXI, TOKIO, YEL low Soy beans, Cowpeas—iron mixed, clays and mixed, CROSS SEED CO. 12 Market St.Phone 1111 SOY BEANS, COW PEAS, SPRAY ers and dusters. Rotenone Dust. Arsenate of Lead. etc.. T. W, Wood & Sons, Seedsmen. 317 No. Front St. Phone 133. TOKIO SOYBEANS $1.60 BUSHEL Cowpeas $1.85. Rotenone Bean Beetle Dust. fertilizers. feeds Roudabush’s Seed Store. 157 Typewriters New—Used— Rebuilt TYPEWRITER INSPECTION CO. 216 Princess, Phone 976 Don't Be A Rainbow Chaser! Have you ever read about persons trying to find the | pot of gold at the end of the rainbow? They hadn’t much luck, had they? Spent their lives wandering j around the world searching for something — some where! And they never found anything! Do you—when you want to buy an automobile or a baby carriage or a radio or some other desired article —wander about in “rainbow fashion” without knowing , just where you’re going? %. j j Or do you read The Classified Ads which can tell you where to get exactly what you want. Start today to read Star-News Classified Ads. You’ll be rewarded at the end of your search! PHONE 2800 STAB-NEWS CLASSIFIED HOUSING AGENCY FUNDS ARE VOTED House Banking Committee Approves $5,000,000 More Annually For Body WASHINGTON, June 18— UP) — The house banking committee voted today to give the United States Housing Authority $5,000,000 more annually, thereby to permit the lend ing of $150,000,000 of capital hereto fore "frozen.” The $150,000,000 of the original $800,000,000 USHA authorization. Chairman Steagall (D-Ala) of the committee told reporters, had not been loaned to local housing author ities for slum clearance-housing pro jects because tjie present appropria tion for ‘‘annual contributions” to housing authorities of $28,000,000 was insufficient to service more than $650,000,000 in loans. The committee plan, Steagall said, would increase the annual appro priation by $5,000,000. It also would lower the amortization period for housing projects from 60 to 45 years for future contracts and would per mit rural housing projects. The ‘‘annual contributions” to housing authorities are made in or der to keep rents low. Localities also help keep the rents down by suspending taxes. Craigavon Says Northern Ireland Is With Britain BELFAST, June 18— UP) —North ern Ireland is with Britain “to the end,” Prime Minister Lord Craigavon told commons today. He said nothing would be left un done to secure the country against invasion and that Northern Ireland would be made “as safe as British forces and ourselves can make it.” WELCOMES PILOTS WASHINGTON, June 18— (5) — The British embassy said today the air ministry "would welcome the services of suitable pilots of British nationality” in the United States. Such pilots would have to have had 250 hours’ flying time, recent flying experience on twin-engine civ ilian planes or past training in the Royal Air Force, and be able to pass a medical examination. 170 Wanted FOR QUICK RENTAL RESULTS. List You: Vacancies In the Want Ada Phone 2800—Cost Small. 180 Legal NOTICE OF FOREIGN ATTACH MENT OF VESSEL In The District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of North Carolina, at Wilmington. In Admiralty Asiatic Petroleum Corporation, Libellant vs. Societa Commerciale Di Navigazione Whereas a libel has been filed in this court on 15th of June, 1940, by the above named libellant against the above named respondent, alleging that respondent has failed to pay for Diesel oil furnished to respondent’s Vessel CHISONE by libellant's as signor. and that libellant has suf fered damage thereby and respondent is indebted to libellant in the sum of $5,282.28; and further praying that if respondent cannot be found within the jurisdiction that respondent's vessel VILLARPEROSA be attached, together with her engines, tackle, boilers, apparel, furniture, fixtures and freight, and any other credits or property of the respondent which can be found within the jurisdic tion. Now, Therefore, in pursuance of the monition and warrant of at tachment of said court to me directed I do hereby give public notice to all persons claiming or otherwise having any interest in said vessel, her tackle, engines, boilers, apparel, fur niture, fixtures and freight, that they be and appear before the said court at Wilmington, on 5th of July, 1940, then and there to inter pose their claims and make their allegations in their behalf, as I have this day attached the same, the re spondent not having been found within this jurisdiction. Dated: 15th of June. 1940. FORD S. WORTHY, U. S. Marshal. Walter G. Hatch. Deputy United States Marshal. MARSHAL’S NOTICE OF SEIZURE Whereas on the 10th day of June. 1940, the United States filed a libel in the District Court of the United States for th.' Eastern District of North Carolina, in the Wilmington Division, against 8J boxes more or less, each containing 42 bars of candy described therein, alleging the right of forfeiture, and. by virtue of process issued in due form to me directed, returnable on the 1st day of July, 1940, I have seized and taken the said property into cus tody. Notice is hereby given to all per sons claiming said property or any interest therein, to appear in the United States Court Boom in the City of Wil mington, North Carolina, on the 1st day of July, 1940, and assert their claim or default and condemnation will he ordered as prayed for in the libel. This the 15th day of June, 1940. Ford S. Worthy. United States Marshal. Four Arrested In Durham Charged With Break-In RALEIGH, June 18—(ffl—Four men arrested in a Durham raid on suspected safe crackers, have been charged with breaking into a soda shop in Anson county and stealing cigarettes and other mer chandise. The state bureau of in vestigation announced today. Warrants were issued against four men listed as Allen Oglesby of Morehead City, and Percy New some of Winston-Salem, escaped convicts caught in the raid; J. B. Stroud of Durham, and Graham Murphy of Burlington, recently sentenced to four to six years in Forsyth. 1 FORD PREPARING TO MAKE PLANES All Preliminary Steps Have Been Taken Or Are Con templated At Plants DETROIT, June 18—[B—Al though the Ford motor company has not yet received an order from the government to swing into air plane production, all the prelimin ary steps short of actual plane out put have been taken or are con templated, it was learned author itatively today. Tooling operations for the manu facture of Rolls-Royce Merlin avi ation engines are under way at the Ford plants and studies of fuselage construction and other as sembly problems are going for ward rapidly. This was disclosed today coincident with announce ment from London that the British government has contracted with the Ford company for 6,000 air plane engines. It was explained at the Ford offices that while the order has not yet reached here, it has been ex pected and that parts for the mo tor with which Ford engineers have been experimenting for more than six months already are being made. This engine, stepped up to ap proximately 1,200 horsepower, is the one Ford sources said Henry Ford has had in mind in contem plating the production of as many as 1,000 airplanes a day within six months after a ‘go ahead” order is received from the govern ment. 1 BIDS ON ONFLOW HIGHWAY RALEIGH, June 18— UP) —The highway commission opened bids to day on 18 road projects which will cost the state approximately $1,100, 000. The commission will meet to morrow to award contracts. The bids included: Onslow, resurfacing U. S. 17 be tween Pender county line and Dixon, West Construction company of N. C.. of Kinston, $88,991.30. DANIELS SPEAKS AT B.-L. SESSION Says World Outlook Neither More Gloomy Nor Uncer tain Than In Past BLOCKING ROCK, June 18—Wl —Despite the European war, the outlook is neither more gloomy nor more uncertain than other men have faced in other days, Jonathan Daniels, editor of the Raleigh News and Observer, told the North Carolina building and loan league here tonight. The editor and author reminded that the world has emerged from beneath the heel of conquerors— in fact, in the same year (18701 that the North Carolina legislature made possible the beginning of building and loan associations, Bis marck’s German legions were overwhelming Prance, and North Carolinians were being imprisoned under a reconstruction governor without trial until the chief justice cried in despair, “The judiciary is exhausted.” From beginnings in times like those, Daniels said, and through other times of uncertainty and gloom, building and loan associ ations have gone steadily forward until they count their assets in terms of a hundred million dol lars and thousands of homes con structed through their wide admin istration of many small savings. “But,” he said, “your job is not merely guarding money and help ing families build homes. In a real sense you are the keepers of the faith in your communities and there is a safety ahead for the dollar put into savings today.” 1 Additional Recruiting Authorized By Canada OTTAWA, June 18—CP)—Canada has authorized recruiting of 40,000 more men in addition to 30,000 now being mobilized, the defense ministry said today. The non-permanent active militia will be mobilized to full strength. HALT QUOTATIONS NEW YORK. June 18—CP)—Amer ican Marine Insurance Underwriters today ceased quoting, except on ap plication, war risk rates on cargoes being shipped between the United States and east coast England and English Channel ports. The war risk rate on shipments to Ireland and west coast United Kingdom ports was fixed at 7 1-2 per cent of the value of cargo. 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