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CI.ASSIF1ED INDEX
1-Announcements.
•-Automotive.
BA-Auto Supplies.
J-Amusements.
t-Awnlngs.
i- Beauty Parlors.
I- Beer.
II- Business Service.
11-Builders.
li-Bullders’ Supplies.
i<-Boats.
UA-Booksellers, Stationers.
it-Business opportunities.
B-Cleaners and Dyers.
11-Coal. Wood. Fuel Oil.
13—Dairy Products.
11-Dancing.
6-Drugs.
IS—Dry Cleaning. Pressing.
t-Eatables.
II- Eating Places.
((-Feeds.
ii- Flnancial.
SI—Florists.
>!—For Rent.
il-A-Resorts.
55—For Kent. Apartments.
M—For Rent, Rooms.
15—For Rent, Houses.
M-For Sale.
••-Hardware.
••-Household Goods.
W-Houses For Sale.
15—Help Wanted, Male.
•{-Help Wanted, Female.
••-Insurance.
III- Instruction.
•••-Lost And Found.
110-Uvestock.
•‘•-Miscellaneous.
••1-Machinery.
{5-Muslc.
Office Equipment.
; 1-Office For Rent.
“-Painting, papering.
“'"■Printing.
'{-Professional.
“{-Personal.
{-Poultry.
““Radio And Repairs.
‘{{-P.eal Estate.
“-Refrigeration Service.
-Seeds And Plants.
{“Situations wanted.
{“Typewriters.
{-Shoe Repairing.
.^-Sporting Goods.
R°rage
in - clts and Transfers.
{-Wanted.
illegal.
i : :
_nnnonncemeiui
SHIPMENT ALADDIN OIL
p,m,r’s anci Supplies just arrived
!§■ "“Mr Furniture Co. 28 South
■ __
| Anlomoiive
■ COACH~ — EXCELLENT
■ A bargain at $67.50.
0m "“Milan Euick-Pontiac Co.
_Phone 345
ESSO SEKVTCENTER
H 3ni ,* p|vmouth Sales & Service
M^^Market. Phones 1493-9730
9 CoS1'RP.OOK BROWN MOTOR
IB Pivmo1?;' Hotne of Chrysler anb.
9 !860 °’lth- 113 No- 2nd St., Phone
■ ^^.V’-ET SALES & SERVICE
B! & 6'408 Princess Street
Mj^p^^Chevrolet Company
9 "4an>t1M7^ER STUDEBAKER
19 pftersA 1 r over-drive, low mileage.
(■U27 Dn'Earnes Motor Co., Phone
pop,,,—-——_—.—
9 car, „ '6n'' TtTDOR—SEE THIS
rarria Haskett, Mauldin
3450.
I ^ The Classified Ads
10 Business 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
“WHEN IT RAINS—IT- DRAINS”
. . . Super Channeldrain Roofing
with Improved end lap with tight
edge. Phone 2431. Smith Builders
Supply. Inc.
CELOTEX GUARANTEED IN
sulation makes your ho/ne better
to live in . . . easier to sell. The
only Insulation with a “10 Point
Life of Building Guaranteed.”
Becker’s. Phone 82.
SECOND HAND LUMBER FOR
sale. White housing project. 116
Martin Street.
GENASCO SLAM TEST ROOFING
Ts Beautiful
Durable Economical
Best bv Test. Hanover Iron Works
109 No, Water St. Phone 609
WHATEVER YOU NEED IN
Builders’ Supplies, we have it! Ev
ery order receives courteo.is
prompt attention.
E tv . GODWIN’S SONS. PHONE 562
LUMBER IS OUR BUSINESS SO
let us estimate and quote on your
requirements. Cape Fear Lumber
Co.. Phone 670.
CITY MILL WORKS. SPECTALIZ
ing In Frames and Screen. Satis
faction guaranteed. 1207 Princess
St., Phone 253
STOP DETERIORATION! PAINT
youi 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.
Wrightsville, N. C.. Phone 7771
JOHNSON SEA HORSE OUTBOARD
Motor 22 H. P„ bargain. Also 14
ft. Dunphy boat. Both practically
new Howell Motor Co.
14 Business Opportunities
FOR SALE — GROCERY STOCK
and fixtues. Sales $30,000.00 per
year—Good stock, good location,
reasonable rent. Apply “XL care
of Star-News.
35 Drugs
FIGHT THAT COLD. GET A BOT
tle 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.
41 Eatables
FISH
FRESH DAILY
BEST — CHEAPEST
(SMALL OR LARGE ORDERS)
EXPERT DRESSER
Vegetables
ALL VARIETIES
Meats
AND FULL LINE
Groceries
PEARCE
818 N. 4th St. Phone 2796
INSTANT DELIVERY
42 Eating Places
"THE HOME OF GOOD EATS."
Fried Chicken, Bar-B-Q, conceded
best steak. Capt. Ben’s. Phone
5813.
48 feeds
FEED YOUR PULLETS FUL-O-PEP
Growing Mash-contains a wonder
ful balance of protein, mineral, and
vitamin factors needed to produce
good bone, flesh and feather. J. J.
Allen and Son.
VITA-LIFE BROILER MASH
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 S’t
Phone 1111.
52-AResorts
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
conveniencee. Telephone 28. R. C.
Cantwell._
55 For Kent. Apartments
814 DOCK STREET. FIVE ROOM
lower apartment in good condition.
Reasonable. Foster-Hill Realty Co.
Phones 1467-1468. _
LOWER UNFURNISHED 3 ROOM
apt. Lights and water furnished.
$18.00 per month, 615 So. Front
St, Phone 27,38, _
515 MARKET. UPPER APART
meni. newly renovated unfurnished.
Separate entrance. Garage. Rea
sonable rental- Rhone 243.
FOR RENT —NEWLY FURNISH
ed upper 4 room apartment. Bath,
screened porch- Immediate pos
sesslon. 2102 Market. Phone 643-W.
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 Rent, Hooms
COOL. COMFORTABLE ROOMS
at W ./ghtsville Beach. By day.
week or month. Reasonable
Wulff’s Cottage, 116 South Lum
ina Avenue. __
FOR RENT—THREE ROOMS FUR
nisheJ for housekeeping. 804 So.
2nd Street. _
NICE LARGE ROOMS FOR RENT
adjacent to bath. Phone 1S07-M.
Apply 205 Grace Street.
70 For Sale
| ice--Full Weight. Prompt Deliviy
i MeKEE BROS
710 Castle St. Phone S6#
70 For Sale
NOW IS THE time to
Paint
YOUR HOME ON
Sears
Easy Payment Plan
SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.
MEN YOU CAN DRESS WELL
and save real money on your en
tire clothing bill at Finkelstein's.
Front and Market.
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.
SILVERTOWN TRADE-IN SALE—
Liberal Allowance for your old
tires on the purchase of New
Goodrich Silvertowns. Terms as
low aa 60c per week. Goodrich
Silvertown Stores. Phone 423
FOR SALE CHEAP — GAS COIL
heater and 30 gal. Water tank.
Goou condition. Can be seen at 14
So. 8th St. Tel. 1475-W.
TWO USED 7 FOOT BEVERAGE
coolers. Real bargains. See today.
Gregg’s Appliance, 115 Market St.
FOR SALE-BTG BARGAINS
6 Steam Pumps
3 Wood Plainers
1,000 Feet of Belting
1 Lot Machine Tools
LINGO METAL WORKS
House of a Thousand Bargains
73 Hardware
CHROMIUM PI-A TED TRIM. BIND
ings, edgings and mouldings. Con
tinuous strips. Cut to measure.
Wide variety- Gregg Bros. Hdwe
Phone 632.
75 Household Goods
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 St.
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. Frigidaire Electric Refrigerator
for only $4.50 per month. 15 other
models, all made by General Motors
and cold 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 Houses For Sale
BUILDING FOR SALE TO BE RE
moved at once- Apply Rev. C.
Murphy, 405 Ann St.
209 N. 11TH T„ ATTRACTIVE 5
roon bungalow. Priced low for
quick sale. Phone 145. W. A.
Davis. W A. McGirt, agency, 217
Princess St.
85 Help Wanted, Male
REGISTERED DRUGGIST OR As
sistant. Apply by letter giving
complete details and references.
Alexander's Drug Store, Waynes
ville, North Carolina.__
WAN'lEU - EXPERIENCED MO
tor truck salesman. Mall applies
tions w'th references to P. O. Bor
957, City _
»ONE ESTABLISHED FOOD AND
grocery route available in Wil
mington at once. 400 regular c s
tomers. exceptional earnings with
a definite future- Write Person
nel Manager. 123 West First street,
Charlotte, N. C., for interview
with field representative.
V
80 Boases For Sale
FOR SALE
20 MAGNOLIA PLACE
OLEANDER
You still have a chance to buy
this practically new 6 room
home. Completely modern, and
finely appointed throughout.
All tile bath, ultra-modern
kitchen, beautiful hardwood
floors throughout.
OWNER TRANSFERRED
FROM CITY — MUST BE
SOLD AT ONCE. $50.10
PAYS EVERYTHING AFT
ER CASH PAYMENT IS
MADE.
FOSTER-HILL REALTY
COMPANY
“We sell the earth”
Salesmen
Edw. B. Ward
L. E. Allen B. B. Bryan
85 Help Wauled, Hale
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES SE
Ject 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, 1514-16
South Street. Nashville, Tennessee
90 Help Wanted, Female
WANTED COOK WITH REFER
ences. Don’t apply unless ex
perienced. Apply 906 Princess. St.
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
FOUND - QUALITY MILLWORK
at Roderick and Land. Mfgrs
screen doors and windows, sashes,
door frames. 17th and Castle.
Phone 446-J.
110 Livestock
MANY FINE YOUNG MULES FOR
sale now and through the summer.
J. P. Newton, Wilmington, N. G
Phone 2006-J.
120 Office Equipment
PICTURE FRAMING. THE BET
ter rfind. Best mouldings used.
James Book Store, 113 Market.
125 Painting, Papering
LITTLE JIM SHARP. PAPER
hanger, moved fr.om 16 St. to 714
Grace. Phone 1420-J.
135 Personal
SPECIAL MATTRESS RENOVA T
ing rates for next 30 days (Beach
Property Owners Only). Call foi
particulars. New Way Mattress
Pn. Phnne 45*
136 Ponliry
STARTED CHICKS — EASIEST
raised: 2,80( 3-weeks old Barred
Rocks, 15c each. Roudabush’s
Seed Store.
139 Radio and Repairs
SHACKLEFORD'S RADIO SERV
ice. Any make — any model, 3rd
and Grace. Phone 2709. (Com
merlcal Frigidaire Dealer).
WE DOCTOR ALL RADIO TROU
bles. Radio Service Co., 208 Prin
cers St.. Phone 823. Sound Sys
tem? for rent.
COME IN AND SEE THE SKY
Buddy! French Radio Co. Sales
and Service. Luke French. 1304
Market St.. Phone 852
150 Real Estate
BEAUTIFUL SOUNDFRONT LOT,
60x80, Wrightsville Beach. For
immediate sale $975. W. M. Hew
lett, Realtor, 214 Princess Street.
Phone 943.
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 YOUP
property with Marshall Real' y
Co„ 216 Princess St. Phone 976
SA LES- RENTALS I INVESTMENT
Moore-Fonvielle Realty Co.
We are equipped to serve you
.HS1 YOUP RENTAL AND SA LES
with us. A-l Service.
Frank G Harriss 120 Princess St.
INVESTIGATE THE JOYS AND
advantages ot living it. Oleander
"the Suburb Reautiful." Hugh
MacRae and Co.
MEAREK HARRISS
Real Estate
210 Princess St.. Phone 1129
CALL US TO FIND A BUYER
for your house or other real es
tate. A. B. Walton Co. Phone 236.
155 Seeds and Plants
SPRAYING, PRUNING AND PER
tllizlng shrubbury. Cut flowers
John Verzaal. Phone 392-XR,
Connecting Links
\ Getting your money’s worth doesn’t
just happen. It comes as a result of
knowing exactly when and where to
buy what you need. If you want to
find the connecting links between
money spent and satisfaction gained,
you should watch this Classified Sec
tion regularly.
p^rsrl
I classifmeb
11- APS j
THERE’S NOTHING
ELSE LIKE
Classified
Service
For bringing individual wants
and otters together for mu
tual satisfaction. Look over
this page now and sea the
many opportunities for your
own profit
PHONE
2800
47 Aliens Register
With Clerk Of Court
As many aliens have registered
during the past few days as pre
viously had registered in New Han
over county since the passage of
the Bolich alien registration law,
records in the office of the clerk
of court show.
Until the grand jury called for
rigid enforcemtnt of the act only
47 aliens had registered since 1927.
Since the grand jury looked into
the matter, 47 more have register
ed.
Those who registered yesterday
were:
Katie M. Hoesch, practical nurse,
of Germany. •
Marie Gmytruk, housewife of Po
land.
William Crichton, Muni golf pro,
of Scotland.
Marjorie Lorimer Crichton,
housewife, of Scotland.
Mrs. Jean Lord, housewife of
Scotland.
Jim Pete, farmer, of Hungary.
Balazs Puskhs, farmer, of Hun
gary.
Bertha Mazur, housewife, of Po
land.
Mrs. Argyro V. Saffo, housewife,
of Greece.
Mrs. Marianthi Pasvanis, house
wife, oi Greece.
Nicolas K. Saffo, restaurant
clerk, of Greece.
Matheos Safos, clerk of Greece.
Richard Eyash, merchant, of Sy
ria.
Mrs Helen Petalas, housewife,
of Greece.
Lawrence Bielenda, farmer, of
Poland. 4
School Superintendents
To Meet Here Tuesday
City and county school superin
tendents in Southeastern North
Carolina will meet as 11 o’clock
Tuesday morning, June 25, at the
Cape Fear hotel to discuss the im
provement of negro schools in the
district which comprises 15 coun
ties.
H. M. Roland, county school su
perintendent, said the meeting had
been called by Clayde A. Erwin,
state superintendent of public in
struction, and N. C. Newbold, di
rector of negro education in the
state. 4
Some of the largest landplanes
in history will soon be purchased
by Pan American Airways, to be
used on the San Francisco - Hawaii
run. The planes will have four en
gines, tricycle landing gear, and
cruising speed of 2'65 miles an hour.
155 Seeds and Plants
OTOOTAN, BILOXI, TOKIO, FEL
low Soy beans, Cowpeas—iron
mixed, clays and mixed.
CROSS SEED CO.
12 Market St.Phone 1111
SOT 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 $1.50 BUSHED.
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
170 Wanted
FOR QUICK RENTAL RESULTS.
List You: Vacancies in the Want
Ads. Phone 2800—Cost Small.
Movie Revues
“TORRID ZONE” MARKS
PROGRAM AT CAROLINA
Probably the fastest, funniest
comedy-drama that Hollywood has
given out with this year is “Torrid
Zone.” Triple-starred with James
Cagney, Ann Sheridan and Pat O’
Brien, the new picture at the
Carolina rings the bell with every
line of its swiftpaced dialogue.
The triple-threat star trio makes
a dynamic combination. Whether
Cagney is making love to Miss
Sheridan, or fighting with O’Brien,
lie is indomitable. As for Miss
Sheridan, she is exuberantly lovely
whether she is cheating the natives
at cards, singing the tuneful new
song “Mi Cabellero” in a cafe, or
using her justifiably famous
“oomph” to ensnare Cagney, or
brawling with O’Brien.
The cast is uniformly excellent.
Supporting the three stars are
Andy Devine, who gives one of
his most inspired comedy charac
terizations in the role of Cagney’s
pal and Helen Vinson, who plays
the “other woman” with devastat
ing charm.
Director William Keighley
has done a brilliant job of main
taining the foreign, tropical at
mosphere as a background for
the lively blend of comedy, ro
mance and action, in the original
screenplay written by Richard Ma
caulay and Jerry Wald.
March of Time’s story of the
U. S. Phillipine problem as an
added co-feature is an excellent
exposition of the subject. The
News Reel completes the bill. 2
“HIDDEN GOLD” MARKS
ROYAL THEATRE BILL
A stage coach that carried the
wealth of the nation Eastward in
the old Wells Fargo days is back
at work again on the screen of the
Royal Theatre, where the new
“Hopalong” Cassidy drama, “Hid
den Gold” is currently playing.
Long out of service, the stage
coach seen in “Hidden Gold” was
reconditioned for the film, and is
seen in several of the fast action
sequences.
The coach is an important prop
erty of the new picture, whose plot
deals with gold-mining gangsters
in the froniter-busting days. Wil
liam Boyd, who heads the cast of
“Hidden Gold,” rides shotgun on
the coach. Others in the featured
cast are Russell Hayden, Minor
Watson, Ruth Rogers, Britt Wbod
and Ethel Wales.
Latest news, the current chapter
of “The Shadow,” Taint Legal,”
A Kennedy comedy, are also on the
program. 2
The production charts for July,
1940, a typical 1940 working month,
of one of the prominent U. S. Ameri
can plane manufacturers, plan for
a total of 138,000 working hours. Of
this total only 43,000 hours will be
directed toward military aircraft.
PAROLES GRANTED
TO FIVE CONVICTS
John H. Junious, Of New Han
over County, Among Men
Freed By Gov. Hoey
RALEIGH, June 20—UP—Ruben
Hicks, sentenced in Craven county
in December, 1935, to 10 years for
breaking and entering, was among
five prisoners paroled today by
Governor Hoey. Also freed were:
John Smith, sentenced in April
1939, in Wayne to three to five
years for manslaughter; John Hen
ry Junious, sentenced last March
in New Hanover to eight months
for carrying a concealed weapon
and assault with a deadly weapon;
Clyde Millsaps, sentenced in July,
1939, in Gaston to two years for
assault with a deadly weapon; and
John W. Honeycutt, sentenced last
November in Rowan to 18 months
for assault with a deadly weapon.
Eight Enlisted Here
For Service In Navy
Eight additional first enlistments
as apprentice seamen from South
eastern North Carovna were re
ported yesterday at the Wilmington
district office of the naval recruit
ing service.
They included: William L. Wood,
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wood,
of route one, Burgaw; James P.
Padgett, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.P.
Padgett, of route two, Leland; Carl
C. Gross, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J.
Gross, of Delco; Roscoe S. Porter,
son of Mrs. C. M. Porter, of route
two, Kelly.
Lloyd G. Shepherd, son of Mr.
and Mrs. F. T. Shepherd, of route
two. Chadbourn: John H. Foy, son
of Mrs. Eva L. Foy, of 402 Church
street; James E. Wells, son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Wells, of 320 Mer
cer avenue; and Robert L. Hart,
son of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Hart,
of 315 Dawson street.
They were transferred to the
naval training station base at
Hampton roads, Va., for eight
weeks of preliminary training
prior to assignment to duty with
various ships of the U.S. fleet.
F. L. Williams, local recruiting
officer, said men enlisting in the
na /y at this time are offered great
er opportunities than ever before
in trade training, travel, complet
ion of education, and promotions. 3
PLANE SABOTAGE
HELSINKI, Finland, June 20—(.41
—The cofusion that an “instru
ment foreign” to its mechanism
caused a plane crash of June 14
in which Henry W. Anthiel, Jr., of
Trenton, N. J., an attache of the
American legation in Helsinki, was
killed—was announced today by an
official, investigating committee.
The implication thus was that some
sort of sabotage—possibly a time
oomb—had been responsible. 1
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
$7.50 Hundred
Now is the best time of the year to
start chicks: easier raised (needing
little or no brooding) they grow fast
making profitable fryers in two
months.
Turkeys: 35c; 3 for $1.00
Ducks 20c; Guineas 15c
STARTED CHICKS—4 WEEKS |
OLD, 15c each. These are very
easy to raise.
Healthy, bloodtested vigorous stock;
all lending breeds — Reds, Rocks.
Leghorns, Anconas, Cornish, etc..
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