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[L?_eaPer Advertise In The Want Ads Than To Keep A Vacancy The Wilmington Mar CLASSIFIED BATES .it classified ads Inserted In both * Wilmington News and The Wil 1 ® ton Morning Star. Insertion of will be on same day or evening t next morning, except when fit insertion is Saturday morning, hen second insertion wil] run Mon « in News. No classified ads sold ft' one paP«r onl-v f CLASSIFIED RATES nrs time rate .15c per line 1‘rce time rate „-14c per line ceVen time rate -13o per line time rate-10c per line " tjme rate - 8c per line so advertisements taken for less than 45 cents. Ads ordered for a special number t days and stopped before expira JL will only be charged for the lumber of times the ad appeared ' ,j adjustment made at the rate earned. Special rate of yearly advertising upon request. Charged ads wil] be received by telephone if advertiser's name is listed in telephone directory, and bill will be sent next day. Count five average words to the line. ah discontinuances should be made in person at The Star-News office, or if by telephone, must be confirmed by letter. A.i ads ire restricted to their nroper classification and to the reg ular STAR-NEWS style of type. Errors in advertisements should be reported Immediately. The Star News will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion. No ad taken for less than basis of three lines. Cards of thanks charged for «1 rate of 25 cents per line. Count five average words to the line. A charge of $5.00 is made for pub lished "In Memoriam" and resolu tions. The Star-News assumes no re sponsibility for any advertisement not handled or inserted as directed except to publish or republish after itirm Classified Ads in the column may be placed until 9 P- m. for the next day's paper ... All classified Ms-' play copy must be in the office by 6 P- m main office phone .mi. Ask For Ad-Taker. NOTICE TO PUBLIC All advertising appearing In these columns is tor reputable and reli ab e concerns, so far as we can ascertain from a careful investiga tion. It is onr tntenlion, however, to see that every firm that uses these columns is required to live up to their obligations. Therefore, should you reply, to any lvertisement on :his page and services are not ren lered as advertised. The Star News wants to know it. The [I. 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. 2— Automotive. 2— A—Auto Supplies. 3— Amusements. 4— Awnings. 6-Beauty Parlors. 8—Beer. 10— Business Service. 11— Builders. 12— Builders' Supplies. 13— Boats. lii-A- Booksellers, Stationers. 14— Business Opportunities. 20—Cleaners and Dyers. 32- Coal. Wood, Fuel Oil. 33- Dairv products. 34— Dancing. 35— Drugs. 38—Dry Cleaning, Pressing. 41— Eatables. 42— Eating Places. 48—Feeds. 50— Financial. 51— Florists. 52— For Rent. 52-A—Resorts. 55—F.-r 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. 90—Help Wanted, Female. 95—Insurance. 700—Instruction. 104— Loans. 105— Lost And Found. 710—Livestock. Ill—Miscellaneous. US—Machinery. 118—Music. 720—Office Equipment. 121—Office For Rent. 125—Painting. Papering. 127—Printing. 130—Professional. 135— Personal. 136— Poultry. 139—Radio And Repairs. “9—Real Estate. 152—Refrigeration Service. «5—Seeds And Plants. 156—Situations wanted. “-Typewriters. 158—Shoe Repairing. -A—Sporting Goods. “9—Storage. 180—Trucks and Transfers. 170—Wanted. 180—Legal._ 1_Announcements OCR BICYCLE REPAIR SHOP I£ pne of the most complete in city Everything for a satisfactory job Wilmington Cycle Co., 114 Markei Dial 6022. dial 4464 dial _ COASTAL CAB 1_Automotive W^?TBROOK BROWN MOTOF Rlvmm^v Eome of Chrysler an< Plymouth. 113 N. 2nd St.. Dia Dodg?TSD,ESSO SERVICENTER 3r? A.P1Tmouth Sale* & Service -gig Market. Dial 9149 °ldSM^tl1?rCadniao—I^Salle >>,. NEWKIRK MOTORS —No- 2nd Street Dial 3674 <celLn‘)I0DEE “A" COACH. EX tiroc-1 m,echan*cal condition; gooc tlres. a bargain $75. MacMillan Buick Co. - Dial 9574 lent^conditi fi° .,C°ACH; EXCEL SX1 aS:Marks Ma z_Anlomotiva CHEVROLET SALES & SERVICE •06-408 Princess Street - Raney Chevrolet Company 4? 5,eSoto Coupe, 15,000 miles. 41 Plymouth Sedan, extra good. conditioned.0 61 C°aCh’ th—shly re See Jack Selby feterson-Earnes Motor Co. _213 Chestnut St. Dial 5676 FOR SALE—1930 CHEVROLET SE dan, good running condition. $60. Apply 1213 N. Fourth St. 1939 CHEVROLET TOWN SEDAN w? cCi??r\,car- Cal1 Harris Has kett, 6657, Mauldin Motor Co. y_ Builders WE HAVE COMPLETE PLANS and specifications for Building and Loan and F. H. A. Loans. Luther 1. Rogers, General Contractor Dial 5647. u onuders Supplies GENASCO SLAM TEST ROOFING Is Beautiful Durable Economical Be®t„ Test- Hanover Iron Works 109 N, Water St._Dial 3257 RICHARDSON COMPOSITION Shingles give your home added protection . , . distinction ... in creased beauty. Dial 3516 for prices, samples and information. Smith Builders Supply, Inc. PLANNING TO BUILD OR RE model? Get quotations on our Seasoned Lumber. Cape Fear Lum ber Co., Dial 9675. HEATILATOR FIREPLACE PRO videg new comfort for your home . . . insures smokeless operation ... adds little to fireplace cost. Beck er’s, Dial 7761. “Everything to Build the House" Builders Supplies Masonite Products E. W. GODWIN'S SONS ■Castle Hayne Road Dial 7747 CITY MILL WORKS SPECIALIZES in frames and screens. Satisfac tion guaranteed. 1207 Princess. Dial 6647. Sammon & Wilkins. STOP DETERIORATION! PAINT your home with Perfection. 1 to 3 years to pay. North-Smith Coal Co., Dial 4486. 13 Boats JOHNSON SEA HORSE OUTBOARD Motor 22 H. P., bargain. Also 14 ft. Dunphy boat. Both practically new. Howell Motor Co. Weld Wood Skiffs and Moth Boats Stock and Custom Built Cash or Terms MARINE SERVICE. INC. Wrightsville N. C. Phone 7771 35 Drags FOR YOUR Drug Store Wants Dial 6676 or 6677 Brooklyn Pharmacy 902 N. 4th Street NO ONE SELLS FOR LESS 42 Ealing Places 'THE HOME OF GOOD EATS.’ Fried Chicken. Bar-B-Q, conceded best steak. Capt. Ben’s. County 5S13. FEED TUXEDO FEEDS! MAKE Tuxedo “your silent partner.’’ A quality feed for every need. Cross Seed Co., If Market St., Dial 6868. FEED YOUR PULLETS FUL-O-PEP Growing Mash-contains a wonder ful balancr of protein, mineral and vitamin factors needed to produce good bone, flesh and feathers. J. J Allen and Son. Dial 5762. VITA-LIFE BROILER MASH grows tender broilers cheap. Manu factured fresh daily. Dial 4926. Keith Milling Co. 55 For Rent, Apartments 414 ORANGE STL SIX ROOM lower apartment in good condition. Reasonable. Foster - Hill Realty Co., Dial 3371-3372, 2207 CHESTNUT ST., 5 ROOMS, duplex. Aire-Flo heat. Apply Mar shall Realty Co., Dial 5092. PRINCESS BLDG. Ill PRINCESS St. Newly renovated apts. for rent. Applv Willetts Realty Co. Dial 5233 3 ROOM UPPER UNFURNISHED apartment. Apply 217 South 8th St. 65 For Rent, Houses FOR RENT OR SALE — ATTRAC tive new 5 room bungalow; large lot facing Greenfield Lake. All conveniences. Meares Harriss, Real Estate Dial 4043 6 ROOM BUNGALOW, 512 SO. 2ND St. Good condition. Dial 5017. 70 For Sale MEN YOU CAN DRESS WELI and save real money on your en tire clothing bill at FinkelsteinL Front and Market. BARGAINS IN USED AND RE possessed radios. Terms low af $1.00 down. Snedeen-York Co., 11£ Market St. Clearance Used Elgin Bicycles Values up to $34.95, only $15.00 Sears .Roebuck and Co. / 307 No. Front St. Dial 6628 SEVERAL GOOD USED TYPE writers for $10.00. Typewriter In spection Co., 216 Princess St., Dia! 5092. 9 FT. ALL-PORCELAIN U S E T Kelvinator. Sold for $375, nov, $110. Perfect condition. Sutton Council Furniture Co., Dial 5877. BUY GOODRICH TIRES NOW ANT • save—Terms as low as 50c pel week. Goodrich Silvertown Stores MCKEE BROS.' SCORED ICE AS sures full weight. 710 Castle St Dial 6327, Prompt delivery service 73 Hardware CHROMIUM PLATED TRIM. BIND ings, edgings and mouldings. Con tinuous strips. Cut to measure Wide variety. Gregg Bros. Hdwe Dial 9655. 75 Household Goods PORCH ROCKERS, NEW ANT slightly damaged, at closeout prices, 1.45 up. Jones Furniture Co., Dial 5751, 10 PC. WALNUT DTNING ROOM suite. Good condition. Bargain. Post Furniture Co. 29 S. Front St. * 75 Honsehold Goods 2—u FT. G. E. REFRIGERATORS $40 each; 1—4 ft. G. E. $60. All in perfect condition. Gregg’s Ap pliance, 115 Market Street._ 3 PC. (SLIGHTLY SHOPWORN) Mohair Living Room suite. Perfect condition. Bargain price. Pender Furniture Co., 28 So. Front. Rulane Is Economical To Use and Costs Little to Install Experience has shown that the av erage four-person family cooks for about 30-lbs. -of Rulane Natural Gas per month at a cost of less than one cent per person per meal . . . See the new Rulane Ranges at our store today. TODD FURNITURE CO. 21 So. Front Dial 6787 EXTRA SPECIAL! 7 PC. SOLID maple dining room suite only ' $69.50. Home FOrhftdre Co„ 23 Market St. BED ROOM SUITES, MOHAIR LIV ing room suites, .electric refrigerat or, table top gas stove. Batson Transfer. 80 Rosses For Sale... 710 DOCK ST., 6 ROOM BUNGA low, recently thoroughly recondi tioned ; priced right and on good terms. H. F. Wilder, Phone 4932. 85 Help Wanted, Hale WANTED COLLECTOR AND FTJR niture salesman with car. Salary and commission for right party. State experience. P. O. Box 235, Wilmington. 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 genre 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 ti V. C. Garriott, Sec.v.-Treas.. South ern School of Printing, 1514-16 South Street. Nashville. Tennessee 95 Insurance Hinton Insurance & Realty Co. General Insurance—l,ewls P. Hinton 21'Q 1-2 Princess St. Dial 3734 100 Instruction COMPTOMETER. STENOTYPY and all business subjects taught, Mrs. Motte’s Secretarial School 313 Church Street. - ■' ' ■ ■ ■' 1 - 1 104 Loans PERSONAL L-O-A-N-S $5 to $50 NO SECURITY NO ENDORSEMENT QUICK SERVICE Wilmington Finance Co. 202 Murchison Bldg. 105 Lost and Found LOST —BLACK AND WHITE FE male wirehair dog. Name ‘4Chum my.” Return to Mrs. Douglas Tay lor. _ FOUND — QUAUITY MILI.WORK At Roderick and Land. M'orrs screen .doors and windows, sashes door frames. 17th and Castle, Dial 5229, _ 110 Livestock MANY FINE YOUNG MULES FOP sale now and through the summer J. P. Newton, Wilmington, N. C Dial 3580.__ 125 Painting, Papering Tattle jTm sharp papk? hanger, moved from 16 SU to 714 Grace. Dial 5593. 135Personal IF YOU ARE THE OWNER OF A Kelvinator refrigerator you ar< eligible for a free gift. Call for de tails C. B. Wessell, 305 No. Front Dial 7282. MATTRESSES REBUILT ANI renovated, $2.95, converted into in nerspring mattresses for as little as $9.00, New Way Mattress Co. 902 So, Front. Dial 6178. 139 Radio. and Repairs THOMPSON BICYCLE CO„ 70: Castle St- Bicycles and repairs Lawn mowers electrically sharp ened. Dial 3061. Quick delivery. WE DOCTOR ALL RADIO'TROU bles. Radio Service Co., 208 Prin cess St. Dial 7682. Sound Sys terns for rent. COME IN AND SEE THE SKY buddy! French Radio Co. Sale! and Service. Luke French. 130‘ Market St., Dial 9878. SHACKLEFORD’S RADIO SERV ice. Any make — any model, 3rc and Grace. Dial 7817. (Com merical Frigidaire Dealer). 150 Real Estate INVESTIGATE THE JOYS ANI advantages of living in Oleander "the Suburb Beautiful,” H u g 1 MacRae and Co. SALES-RENTALS-INVESTMENT Moore-Fonvielle Realty Co. We are equipped to serve you w" ?Z HEWLETT, REALTOR Sales, rents, insurance and etc 214 Princess Street, Dial 7138. LIST YOUR RENTAL AND SALES with us A-l Service. Frank G. Harriss 120 Princess St 155 Seeds and Plants OTOOTAN, BILOXI, TOKIO, YEL low Soy beans, Cowpeas—iror mixed, clays and mixed. CROSS SEED CO. 12 Market St. Dial 686S SPRAYING, PRUNING AND FER tllizing shrubbery. Cut flowers John Veraal. Dial 5786. Read The Classified Ads 155 Seeds and Plants CLOSING OUT 2,000 BUSHELS cowpeas, $1.75 bushel. Soybeans Tokios, Wood’s Yellows, $1.45 Biloxis, $1.85; Hollybrooks, Haber landts, Virginias, Wilsons, $2.25 Otootans, Velvet beans, Chufas Grasses, Millets. Roudabush’s Seet Store, Dial 6030. SOY BEANS. COW PEAS SPRAY ers and dusters. Rotenone Dust Arsenate of Lead, etc. T. W Wood & Sons, Seedsmen. 817 No Front St. Dial 4620, 170 Wanted WANTED — ONE PRESS SUIT able for wash pants and so forth Dial 3678. TEACHER WISHES ROOM, PRE ferably with private bath, hot ant cold water. Use of hot plate Answer '‘K-14”. Care of Star-News WANTED TO RENT 5 OR ( room tinfurnisned home in desir able neighborhood. Dial 7245 oi 4619. REMODEL-REPAINT-OR REROOF your home. No down payment, c years to pay. G. A. Quinn, Dia! 4891, 180 Legal EXECUTOR’S NOTICE Having qualified as executor of th< estate of Mrs. Bettie H. Drew, de ceased, late of New Hanover Coun ty, this is to notify all persons hav ing claims against said estate to pre sent them to the undersigned on oi before the 2nd day of July, 1941, oi this notice will be pled in bar ol their recovery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make immediate payment. This the 1st day of July, 1940. LEONARD E. ALLEN, Executor, Estate of Mrs. Bettie H. Drew’ 112 Princess Street, Wilmington. N. C. OIL FIELDS FOUND BUDAPEST, July 4—W—The discovery of pev’ oil fields in Hun gary w’as reported today from the region of Szentes between the Tisza and Maros river. Government circles said the new filds were capable ol large production. .... IS TO HELP YOU TO HAKE MORE L. MONEY" f \ B every week to tell me how happy they are ■ that Star-News want ads helped them to ■ make more money. I could write a hook ■ about the amazing profits which Wilming B ton firms and individuals have made by us S ing Star-News want ads. B I have been trained to write -want ads which B will find tenants and buyers at the lowest B possible cost. B From many, many favorable experiences I B know that Star-News want ads will sell any B thing of value and rent any vacancy for B which there is a demand.” FLAG EXERCISES HELD AT PUNT Employes Present National Colors And Flag Pole To Ice Cream Company # —" 1 ■' ■ 1 Initiating a move to have all bus nesses to fly the American flag over the quarters, employes of the White Ice Cream and Milk company yester day presented the company with a flag and flag pole at dedication exer cises held in front of the plant. J. E. L.*Wade, city commissioner of public works, acted as master of ceremonies. The invocation was pro nounced by M. E. Suther after which Suther presented the flag and the flag pole to E. L. White on behalf of the employes of the company. White, in accepting the flag, ex plained that recently the National Association of Manufacturers had re quested all American manufacturers to fly the American flag over their plants as “a token of industry's faith in this nation and of its utmost cooperation in the task of national defense.” The employes of the plant, he said, on learning of the request ashed to be allowed to contribute the flag and flag polo to the company as an indi cation of their loyalty to the coun try and their willingness to do their part in national defense. White expressed the hope that other industries in Wilmington ‘‘will follow in our footsteps and display the national colors over their plants We must show the nation’s colors literally, figuratively and in per formame,” he said. He then presented the flag to Lieut. Hamilton E. Hicks, who hoist ed it to the top of the flag pole in front of the building while ■‘he Star Spangled Banner was played over the loudspeaking system. I Wade then introduced Wilbur R. Dosher, postmaster and commander elect of Wilmington Post No. 10, American Legion, who made the principal address. Dosher commended the employes of the company for their patriotism and urged other businesses in Wil mington to be "American-minded.” "No one enjoys the fruits of his own labor,” Dosher said, ‘‘but en joys the fruits of sacrifices made by those who went before him. And it behooves us, if necessary, to make sacrifices for the benefit of posteri ty.” He told something of the signifi cance of the American flag, contrast . ing the "red of sacrifice in the Unit ■ ed States flag and the red of hate in the Russian flag.” Attending the ceremonies were re presentatives of the city and county governments, the Army and the Coast Guard, as well as member of the American Legion and the Ameri can Legion auxilary and the em ployees of the company. British Suffer Minor Casualties In Battle With French Warships LONDON, July 4—(4*)—A. V. Al exander, first lord of the admiral ty, in a broadcast tonight said the British had suffered only minor cas ualties in the naval action against the French fleet off Oran. He reported one officer and one seaman wounded and the crew of one airplane missing. 1 Condition Of Reynaud Is Believed Serious CLERMOND-FERRAND, July 2 (Delayed) —Ufl— Paul Reynaud, former premier of France, suf fered serious head injuries Friday (June 28) in an automobile acci dent in the south of France, ac cording to reports to official French quarters here. The reports said he had not regained conscious ness yesterday (Julyl). 1 DAILY CROSSWORD B^UIBg . ACROSS 4. Mormon 24. Catch on fo Nlldfy 1 Trifling leader fire r IA 5. Mince 5. Lacrosse 26. A fish 7. A jot racket 27. Flexible |A|EjspBE n h Ap|c|El 10. To feel 6. Curved 28. Coquettish s t EHt-MApp R e| one’s way implement 29. Symbol [sMAluuNwpBTlvlg 11. A canned 8. Beverage 30. Persian skin 9. Ingenious coins UIIiUPHHUtT? 13. Unattached 10. White of egg31. Point of l?rU..MJ:;LUrJ.- rl 14. Angry growl 12. Otherwise a tooth UlKlEmdlHwBEM a 15. Question 16. Project 32. Payee of 16. Titcher 19. Flock a note v , . . . « 17. Esker 20. A song 35. Explosion xe»t«rd»y s aaswer IS. Exists 21. Rapid 36. Gentle breeze 39. False 19. Melancholy 23. To tramp 38. Ever (contr.) 40. Jollies 21. Exclamation of disgust 22. Heat again 24. Club 25. Climbing shrub 26. Short for August 27. ’Firmament 28. Teamster 31. Billiard rod 32. Wh’.d instrument 33. Music note 34. Aloft 35. Lad 36. Arabian garment 37. A charm 39. Skeleton of the head 41. Beg 42. Employs 43. Scottish Gaelic 44. The first man 45. Decorates DOWN 1. Leaps 2. Fencing sword 3. Fine gauze Shipping News CLEARED AND SAILED Tanker H. M. Frederickson, 3,202 tons, light for Texas City after dis charging cargo of gasoline, Cape Fear Terminal company, agents. IN PORT Steamer (Italian)' Villarperusa, with part cargo scrap iron. Barges Haroid, 790 tons, and Monocacy, 740 tons, loading cargoes of lumber at the J. Herbert Bate Lumber com pany. Pure Oil, 1,310 tons, discharging cargo of gasoline, Cape Fear Term inal company, agents. Tanker Republic, 3,229 tons, discharging cargo of gasoline for the Republic Oil company. Cutter Modoc, 1,290 tons, U. S. coast guard cutter, docked at custom house wharf. Tug and Barge Tug Ontario and barge Wauke shau, 2,220 tons, discharging cargi of phosphate rock, Heide and com pany, agents. INWARD BOUND Tankers A. S. Hansen, 3,202 tons, from Beaumont with cargo gasoline for Cape Fear Terminal company. Motor Tanker Sharon, 2,927 tons, from Atreco with cargo gasoline for Atlantic Refining company. Steamer Emilia, 2,912 tons, from Puerto Rico via South Atlantic ports with general cargo. C. D. Maffitt and company, agents. 1 OFFICER SENTENCED BERLIN, July 4—IS)—A French lieutenant, Jules Levresse, was sentenced to 15 years in prison to day by a German court martial in Brussels on a charge of using six German prisoners as a shield against a German machine gun. Two prisoners were killed. 1 HAPPINESS C. 0. D. (Continued from Page Eight) would not be budged; he knew, deep in himself, that in a scant 24 hours he had fallen in love. He knew it the instant he saw the other man kiss her. “If that Tucker was hit as hard as I think he was, he’ll be compe tition,” Bill told himself. "I ought to have cracked him one — him standing there kissing her like— like,—like a—” He couldn’t quite finish it. Hatred was a thing foreign to Bill Bailey. He wasn’t good at it. Any way, he was not only angry, ne was sadly confused; committed to help make Jeremy fall for Gayle, Bill himself had done the falling. Besides which, there was the prom ised check for $10,000 if things came out as old Mr. Merrifield wanted them to. Life can find diabolical ways of kicking a fellow around. I (To Be Continued) English Paper Praises Seizure Of French Ships LONDON, July 4—W)—The Eve ning Standard, lauding the royal navy’s seizure of French warships, said today “The whole nation re joiced that no academic formu las were permitted to stand in the way of the discharge of our clear duty to our cause.” “We know at any rate that some part of the Nazi design has been thwarted by a display of the same adventurous seamanship which settled the fate of the Graf Spee,” it said. “The alternative to this action certainly would have been to allow the whole might of the French navy to pass into German serv ice.” the neswaper continued. 4 WARDING Off SOGGINESS Fruit fillings sometimes soak in to the crust of a pie. To help pre vent this, sprinkle the crust with 1-4 cup of granulated sugar mixed with 3 tablespoons of flour before adding the filling. Also place the pie in the oven as quickly as possi ble after it has been made. 1 BRICK BRADFORD—Seeks the Diamond Doll By William Ritt and Clarence Gray WUH IHt AID OF THE TWO COWHANDS, CURLY AND S/AOKEY, BRICK HAS BUILT A CRUDE BUT STRONG WINDLASS ON THE CLIFF EDGE ABOVE THE CAVERN .Zid . WELL, BOYS, Y KNOW, BRICK. I'M KINDA V SHE'S r PROUD OF IT-OS COWHANDS) FINISHED / MAKE PURTY 600D r—" CARPENTERS I 6UE5S/ j / ACCORDING TO MY ESTIMATE l HMM ?ER, OH, -THE SCAFFOLD WILL SUPPORT] YES SIR-GUESS A WEIGHT OF TOO POUNDS I'LL TURN IN J AND- SIR— *w I >) J THAT NI6HT- / SUPERMAN Lives At Stake! By Jerry Siegel and Joe Shustei SUPERMAN ALIGHTS UPON A LEDGE OF LEWISON'S OFFICE BUILDING IN THE DOWN TOWN DISTRICT.... iei. WERE STAYING RIGHT T NO! WE^ HERE! IF THIS SECTION^ MUSTN'T OF TOWN IS SCHEDULED/ STAY TO BE BLOWN UP IN A < HERE! jg FEW MINUTES, YOU'LL ,/SA, _# jpO UP withjtTXt-^X / LEAPING INTO THE OFFICE .SUPERMAN TEARS OPEN THE MASSIVE STEEL SAFE WITH HIS BARB HANDS.... SEIZING THE BOMB, HE STREAKS THRU THE OPEN WINDOW AND HIGH UP INTO THE AIR. NEXT MOMENT-THERE IS A TERRIFIC EXPLOSION...!