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fhe Wilmington Star CLASSIFIED RATES „ ossified ads inserted in botl ^Wilmington News and The Wil I»e '' Morning Star. Insertion ol ®W will be on same day or evening ‘ jt morning, except when »»a insertion Is Saturday morning Sr! Jecond insertion will run Mon :l'en,“ News. No classified ads sol< ”on classified RATES „ time rate -15c per line 2eJ time rate -He per line fr !n time rate-Ho per line cn rate _10c per line 15 "A* _ 8c per line So advertisements taken for less ^/ordered for a special number A,vs and stopped before expira " will onlv be charged for the uon'w of times the ad appeared “^adjustment made at the rate !afied ads will be received by Lne if advertiser's name Is ‘ef.pd in the telephone directory, and Z will be sent next day. fount five average words to the "A, discontinuances should be Z in person at The Star-News or If by telephone, must be “‘firmed bv letter. c0“,, mads are restricted to the'l * r classification and to the reg ‘.'STAR-NEWS style of type. rrrnrs in advertisement should he reported immediately. The Star A,,, will not be responsible for than one incorrect insertion. So ad taken for less than basis oi tvrpe lines. A charge of $5.00 Is made for published "In Memoriam" and res olutions. The Star-News assumes no re sponsibility for any advertisement steo 111 — ", .. rot handled or inserted as directec accept to publish or republish aftei notification. Classified ads in the column may he placed until 9 p. m., for the next tas paper. All Classified Display CCpy must be in the office by ‘ p MAIN office phone 3311 Ask For Ad-Taker notice to public All advertising appearing in these columns is for reputable and rell able concerns, so far as we tan as certain from a careful investigation. It js our intention, however, to see that every firm that uses these columns is required to live up to their obligations. Therefore, should you reply to any advertisement on this oage and services are not ren ted as advertised, The Star-News wants o know it. The U. S. postal regulations are very strict in such matters s such jr. act would be misuse of the U. S. mail and The Star-News will 6ee that -ny attempt to defraud is prompt handled by the P. O. de partment. _ CLASSIFIED INDEX t l-A’nouncements. ’-Automotive. 2- A-Auto Supplies. 3- Amusements. 4- Awnings. 5- F auty Parlors. 8—Beer. lu—Business Service. 11- Builders. 12— Builders' Supplies. 12- A-B..ilding-F.H.A. Loans. 13- Boats. 13- A-Booksellers. Stationers. 14— Business Opportunities. 20—Cleaners and Dyers. 32-Coal, Wood Fuel Oil. S—Dairy 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—For Rent, Apartments. 60—Fr Rent, Rooms. -- ‘vi Mm, tiouser ‘O-For Sale. ^-Hardware. 75—Household Goods. 80-Houses For Sale. 85-Help Wanted, Male. 30-Help Wanted, Female. “a—Insurance. 100-instruction. IM-Loans. 105-Lost And Found. “0—Livestock. Ill—Miscellaneous. }12-Machinery. 118—Music. E<lulPment. l,h°f lce For Rent. fcaS’ p*»™ ^Frofessionai. “-Personal. l«-P°ultry. IBoZ-r4310 And Repair*. ? Estatu. l^Se1df[atjon Service. 156-Skuat^nd Rlants lrf^ersWanted 18?.A-SnoI!epa!ring ^-Storage 2 G°°dS 170-^ts.and Transfers. H?cST___ L_Announcements EL^ECWhyvMAr'T^ESS REN0VA comfort iv „r° lncrease night): Ca” convert,’2 95 What else New Wa- m1 tnto innersprings -^Mattress Co.. Dial 6H8 y»wlhEomeErATNT'OR RERO°l years to N° down Payment. : ilOn. D&V H A A..!.. rtt_ jL*._Automotive ^Wour 1936 CHEV PetersSnT' Dial 5676 or 3433 ^^!Lg?rnes Motor Co. Co.SV^WN MOTOr Pjymo" h * Chrysler an, ^874. ' 113 N- 2nd St.. Din OXE Tooc ,,. ————*— base p J,% JON LONG WHEE: 10 »‘y Ores __7478 Marks Machinery Co. Dia r lc tOVinJ SALES & SERVIC1 ^ Ranev rv.Prln,c*ss StrMt JPp--- Chevrolet Company 7anCPP;ISLER IMPERIAL 'fcaji fo on,, a,, new- Driven les iIlilan B„ LJ i,es' A bargain. Mac n Buick Company, Dial 957' 2_ Automotive SPECIAL — MODEL A FORD Coach o:.ly $95. Perfect condition. Newkirk Motors, 216 North 2nd. I Dial 3094. ! 1936 FORD COUPE. LOW DOWN 1 payment, easy terms. Harris Has I kett, Mauldin Motor Co„ Dial 6657. 11 _Builders MODERN BUSINESS DEMANDS modern establishments! For re modeling plans call L. T. Rogers, General Contractor. Dial 5647. 12 Builders' Supplies Second Hand Bricks, pipe, doors windows, fram ing, flooring, plumbing supplies, and other items, from building demol ished at 107 North Front St., next to Orton Hotel. INQUIRE FOREMAN ON JOB STOP DETERIORATION! PAINT youi home with Perfection. 1 to 3 years to pay. North-Smith Coal Co., Dial 4436, “Everything to Build the House" Builders Supplies Masonite Products E W GODWIN'S SONS Castle Hayne Road Dial 7747 GENASCO SLAM TES'l ROOFING Is Beautiful Durable Economical Best b. Test. Hanover Iron Works 109 N Water St. Dial 3257 PLANNING TO BUILD OR RE model? Get quotations on out Seasoned Lumber. Cape Fear Lum her Co.. Dial 9675. REMODELING MADE ECONOMI cat ana J±«sy wnn rjeiotex uuaran teed Insulation. Inviting interiors of lasting comfort. Call Becker’s for your building supplies. Dial 7761 WHEELING SUPER CHANNEL drain Roofing . . . best in appear ance . . . greater in rigidity . . . easy to apply . . . easy to nail. For further information and sam ples Dial 3516. Smith Builders Supply. Inc. 12-A Building-F.H.A. Loans F. H A. LOANS for MODERNIZATION and IMPROVEMENTS 3 YEARS TO PAY IN MONTHLY PAYMENTS No Mortgage—No Red Tape No Delay—5% Rate MORRIS PLAN BANK DIAL 3364 13 Boats Weld Wood Skiffs and Moth Boats Stock and Custom Built Cash or Terms iVlArvliN cj oxun v Wrightsvilie, N C. Phone 7771 For Quick Sale: One Snipe Boat. Florida Type. Hol low Mast, Mahogany Trimmed, Fittings for Salt Water, Brass Screws Used Throughout Price— $385 This Type of Boat Usually Sells For Around $550.00. Boat Can Be Seen At The Wilmington Iron Works, Foot of Orange Street Wilmington Iron Works DIAL 3494 33 Dairy Products DAIRYMEN — WITH GOOD LE' gume hays feed 1 part Quake: 20 per cent Dairy Ration with 3 parts of home grown grains. Quaker Dairy Rations are econo mical to use, consequently your herd will show an additional profit. J. J. Allen & Son. Dial 5762, 35 Drugs FOR YOUR Drug Store Wants Dial 6676 or 6677 Brooklyn Pharmacy 902 N. 4th Street NO ONE SELLS FOR LESS 41 Eatables 1000 WALLACE MOORE’S SPE cial watermelons. Buy at own price. Sellers Fish Market 605 Castle, Dial 9521. 42 Ealing Places "THE HOME OF GOOD EATS.' Fried Chicken. Bar-B-Q, conceded Desi neaK. uapi. oen a. uoumy 5818. 48 Feeds CHICKENS. COWS. HOGS. MULES, horses, pigeons or rabbits. Feed them Tuxedo. "The Best Feed for Every Need." Cross Seed Co. Dial 6868. VITA - LIFE BROILER MASH grows tender broilers cheap. Manufactured fresh daily. Dial 4926. Keith Milling Co. 52 For Rent ENTIRE UPPER FLOOR NO. 120 124 N. Water Street. 66x66. electric elevator, broad staircase. $27.60 per i month Lenox G. Cooper. Dial 5432 55 For Rent, Apartments FURNISHED FIRST FIXIOR, TWO I rooms, kitchen, bath, convenient, I private, congenial surroundings. 81f Market. ULSTER 5 ROOMS, STEAM HEAT ed apartment, perfect condition continuous hot water, electric re frigeration private entrances front and rear, garage, J. H. Hinton. Phone 7757. | 2 UNFURNISHED DOWNSTAIRS I housekeping rooms. Close in. Hem enway District. Tel. 5007. ; APARTMENT, NICELY FURNISH , ed. 2 rooms, kitchenette, electric I refrigerator, garage, good location. Dial 3164.. E 60 For Rent, Rooms . FURNISHED BEDROOM TO GEN S tleman. Every convenience- Dial 4802 or call 412 No. 6th after 5 P. M. ' - FOR RENT—THREE FURNISHED s rooms for light housekeeping. Reasonable rent. 418 S. 6th. Dial 6951. 63 Room and Board ROOM AND BOARD REASONABLE Apply Kerr Inn. 220 N. 2nd St. Dial 3817. ROOM AND BOARD Mrs. Merritt 20 So. 3rd St. Upstairs 65 For Rent, Houses 5 ROOM BUNGALOW CAROLINA Beach Road—5 M. P. All conven iences—cheap. Available immedi ately. Meares Harriss, Real Es tate. Dial 4043. 1404 RANKIN ST., 5 ROOM BUN galow Apply Willetts Realty Co., 123 Princess. Dial 6233, 70 For Sale HOUSE TRAILER — BUILT IN cabinets, tables and beds. Very reasonable. F. A. Babson, Trailer Camp, Greenfield. MEAT DISPLAY COUNTER AND compressor. Cheap. J. T. Roper, 9th and Dawson. FOR SALE—FULL DISPLAY LEG onare meat case, also grocery counters. Apply 311 Campbell. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS GRAPHIC Art Water Colors 1-2 pt. 35c. Also sold in pints and quarts. Conven ient color assortment. Colors clean, easy flowing, non-bleeding. Stan dard Paint and Hdwe. Co., 21 Mar ket St. Dial 9581. VENETIAN BLINDS $2.48 Installed TTr. 4-9 C TnAVino Sutton-Council Furniture Co. MEN YOU CAN DKESS WELL and save real money on your en tile clothing bill at Finkelstein’:; Front and Market. , New Portables $29.76 Up Typewriter Inspection Co. 216 Princess St- Dial 5092 73 Hardware ECLIPSE LAWN MOWERS (THE World’s Finest). Pneumatic tires, exclusive self - sharpening, re adjusting feature. Gregg Bros tldwe P1 l 9655.__ 75 Household Goods PHILCO FOR 1941 — THE RADIO they're all talking about. Beauti ful cabinets! Records reproduced on beam of light! Great sensitiv ity! See them today. Buck’s Dis tributing Co., 12 Pock St. TWO USED KITCHEN CABINETS. Bargains for imfnediate sale. Peo ples Furniture Co., 257 No. Front Street. SOLI u MAHOGANY SECRE tarles and Desks. A small de posit will reserve your choice until Christmas. Buy now while stocks are complete. Todd Furni ture Co. Dial 6787. EXTRA SPECIAL! 3 PC. VELOUR Living Room Suite, $69 50. Occa sional table tree. Terms. Jones Furn. Co.. 18 So. Front St._ 12 FT. ALL PORCEI-AIN GEN eral Electric Refrigerator. $100. es/1 Cl-rotrer’ti A DDlia DC0. 115 Market Street.______ LATE MODEL 4% CU. ft. ELEC tric Refrigerator, $49.50. Like new. Terms. Boat Furniture Co. 29 South Front. _■ NICE SELECTION 5 PC. MAPLE Bedroo, Suites. Easy terms. Pen der Furniture Co. 28 South Front street, __ USED ICE BOXES IN GOOD CON dition. Priced $2.50 up. J. E. Wessell. 305 No. Front St.. Dial 7282.-_______ BABY CRIBS IN SELECTED JU venile finishis. $7.95 up. Also matching nursery furniture. Wil mlngton Furniture Co._ SLIGHTLY USED KITCHEN CAB lneta and radio, wardrobe, oil stove* All kinds used furniture Batsov's Transfer. __ 3 pc! NEW LINING ROOM suites, only $89.95. Home Furni ture Co. 23 Market St. 80 Houses For Sale FOR SALE; 307 CENTRAL BLVD. Sunset Park. New and ul..-a-mod ern 6 room house. Hardwood floors, beautifully finished inter ior. Low cash payment, balance easy terms. Call Foster - Hill Phone 3371. MODERN-HOME, LARGE LOT, Carolina Heights, four bedrooms, two baths upstairs, four rooms, butler’s pantry downstairs. Hot water, furnace heat. Price, $6,500. Terms- Owner to buyer. Address J. H., c-o .Star-News. , 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 intelli 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 nave competent Instructors with years of experience in the printing industry; modern equip ment. For free catalogue write to V. C. Garrlott, Secy.-Treas., South ern School of Printing. 1514-36 South Street, Nashville, Tennessee. 90 Help Wanted, Female WANTED—EXPERIENCED OPER ato- at once. Good proposition. Vogu? Beauty Shop, 6724-_ EXPERIENCED BOOKKEE PER for general office work. Must be capable of accurately and speedily handling considerable detail work. Employees of our organization know this position is open. Answer by letter. State age, experience and employers. No consideration will be given to inexperienced ap plicants. All applications will be held in confidence. MW, c-o Star News. WE PAY YOU $5.00 FOR SELLING ten $1 boxes. 50 beautiful assort ed name-imprinted Christmas cards sell $1.00 — your profit 50c. Free samples. Cheerful Card Co., 28AG, White Plains, N. Y. CHRISTMAS CARDS! 1940 MIRA cle line! Fast-selling Box Assort ments; Deluxe Personal Cards; Stationery. Lowest priced Per sonal Cards- Top profits! Free samples. Wallace Brown. 225 Fifth Ave., Dept. 7865, New York. YOUR OWN DRESSES FREE AND $5 per hour showing lovely FASH ion FROCKS to friends. No ex perience. No investment. Send age and dress size. FASHION FROCKS, Dept. N-3836, Cincinnati, Ohio. CHRISTMAS CARDS WITH GOLD, SILVER EFFECT INITIALS Latest fad! Amazing seller! As sortment 21 smart cards retails $1. Metallic Initials FREE. 100% prof it- Name-inscribed Xmas Cards, 50 for $1. Other novel assts. Ex perience unnecessary. Samples on approval. Artistic, 304 Way, El mira, N, y. Read The Classified Ads 100 Instruction COMPTOMETER, STENOTYPY and all business subjects taught. Mrs. Motto’s Secretarial School. 313 Church Street 104 Loans “ $5 to $50 On Your Signature IF STEADILY EMPLOYED Wilmington Finance Co. 202 MURCHSION BLDG. 105 Lost and Found FOLND — QUALITY MILLWORK At Roderick and Land. M’srs screen doors and windows, sashes, door frames. 17th and Castle Dial 5229. 110 Livestock COWS! COWS! COWS! JUST RE ceived 10 fine milk cows. Call ana see tnem. j. t'. rsewion. uiai 3580.t 125 Painting, Papering LITTLE JIM SHARI’. PAPER hanger moved from 16 St. to 714 C race. Dial 6593. 136 Poultry 4 WEEKS OLD CHICKS—LARGE heavj easily raised: no brooding 15c each. Roudabush's, Dial 6030 139 Radio and Repairs THOMPSON BICYCLE Co! 702 Castle St. Bicycles and repairs. Lawn mowers electrically sharp ened. Dial . 3061. Quick delivery COME IN TODAY AND SEE THE Skyburidy: French Radio Co., Sales and Service. Luke French. 1304 Market St.. Dial 9878. SHACK LEFORD’S RADIO SERV. ice. Any make -r any model. 3rd and O race Dial 7817 (Cotnmer cial Frlgidalre Dealer). Guaranteed—Speolallzed Home and Car Radio Service. Call for—De livered Dial 6215 MACMILLAN & CAMERON._ 150 Real Estate ' 1ST YOUR RENTAL AND SALES with us A-l Service. Frank G Harriss. 120 Princess St INVESTIGATE THE JOYS AND advantages of living in Oleander, "the Suburb Beautiful.” Hugh MacRae and Co. 14 AND 16 PRINCESS ST., LARGE two story brick building, with al ley In rear. New "give away” price $5,250.00. H. F. Wilder, phone 4932. 709 CENTRAL BOULEVARD SUN set Park, 6 room modern home. Eas; terms. Marshall Realty Co Dial 5092, FOR SALE—FOREST HILLS LOT. $1:165.00 if sold this week. W. M. Hewlett, realtor. 214 Princess St. Dial 7138. Highway At Lake Lure Is Blocked By Flood RUTHERFORDTON, Aug. 13.— JPl—Highway No. 74 at Lake Lure was blocked today by flood waters >f the Broad river and by land slides resulting from heavy rains in this area. Two flood gates were raised be fore noon today to reduce pres sure on the Lake Lure dam. The •vater was reported nearly as high as in 1916, when streams in this area flooded the countryside, and still rising. High waters also were reported threatening some buildings in the town of Chimney Rock. Many streams in the county are near flood stage. 1 WANTS CHALLEDON SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 13.—Iff) —William P. Kyne, general man ager of the Bay Meadows race track, will leave soon for the East in nn offnrt tn in Hi mo W T. Rrann owner of Challedon, champion racer of the year, to enter his thoroughbred in the Bay Meadows handicap to be run December 7. WAGE-HOUR ORDER WASHINGTON, Aug. 13.—OPi —The wage hour administration ordered the leather manufactur ing industry today to pay its work ers at least 40 cents an hour, ef fective Sept. 16. 2 150 Real Estate SALEH-RENTALS-IN VESTMENT Moore-Fonvielie Realty Co. We are equipped to serve yon 155 Seeds and Plants FRESH SEEDS — PLANT NOW: Turnips, Rutabagas, Mustard, Snapbeans. Collard, Tomato, Cab bage Plants. Roudabush’s Seed Store. TURNIPS. RUTABAGAS. BROC coli. Special Cabbage Collards. Complete stocks seasonable seeds. CROSS SEED CO 12 Market St.Dial 6868 BEANS FOR FALL PLANTING! Bountiful Burpee and Giant String less, Surecrop Wax. Also Radish, Turnips. Broccoli, Carrots and Rutahagas. T. W. Wood & Sons, 317 No. Front St SPRAYING, PRUNING AND FER tilizing shrubbery. . Cut Flowers . . . John Verzaai_Dial 5786 !7lT Wanted WANTED—HOGS FROM 150 LBS. up. Dial 3943. COUPLE WITH BABY WANTS 2 or 3 furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Answer "Couple,” c-o Star-News. ONE OR TWO PASSENGERS FOR Washington, D. C., for Thursday morning. Apply Motor Travel, c-o Star-News. 180 Legal NOTICE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA: COUNTY OF NEW HANOVER: In The Superior Court VIRGIL R. HANEY vs. MARY SNOW HANEY The defendant above named will take notice that action entitled as above has beeif commenced in the Superior Court of New Hanover County, State of North Carolina to obtain an absolute divorce against the defendant on the grounds of two years separation; and that the said defendant will further take otice that she is required to appear before the Clerk of the Superior Court of New Hanover County, North Carolina, at his office in the City of Wilmington, in the above Statt, on or before the 10th day o' September, 1940, to answer or demur to the complaint in said action of the plaintiff now on file in the office of the said Clerk of the Superior Court of New Hanover County, North Carolina, or the plaintiff will apply to the Su perior Court of said County for the re lief demanded in said complaint This, the 0th day of August, 1940. A. L. MEYLAND, Asst. Clerk ot the Superior Court. Nerv Hanover County. NOTICE Having this day qualified as ad ministrator C. T. A. of the Estate of Anne D. Pearsall, deceased, ate of New Hanover County, North Caro lina, this is to notify all persons hav ing claims against the Estate of the said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned at Wilmington, North Carolina, P. O Box 1203, on or be fore the 18th day of July, 1941, or tills notice will be pleaded in bar el their recovery. All persons indebted to said Estate will please make im mediate payment. This the 17th day of July, 1940. MARTIN W. PEARSALL, _Administrator. EXECUTOR’S NOTICE The undersigned, having qualified as Executor under the Will jf George W. Bailey, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against the Estate of George N. Bailey to present such claims to the undersigned for payment on or be fore July 11, 1941, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of recovery. All persons indebted to said Estate will please make Immediate settle ment. 'ibis 10th day of July, 1940. THE WILMINGTON SAVINGS & TRUST COMPANY, Wilmington, North Carolina, Executor under Will of George W. Bailey. Held In Theft Of Royal Car j i——————————i—i iin'i Will i nil'll I MT IT Mrs. Ruth Conway, 27, mother of three children, stmnhles as she and Marie Espierre (left), 18, are led into felony court, New York, where they and four men were charged with theft of an automobile owned by Archduke Felix of Austria. They were captured after a wild chase, during which police fired five shots. HAPPINESS, C. 0. D. (Continued from Page Ten) ever so much more valuable in people’s estimation, and the effort to get invitations to “The Wit to Woo” soon became a clamor. Bill Bailey played a shrewd game. He bluffed considerably for the first three days, then allowed the word to get around that prac tically anybody who was sociallj presentable and who would gel some friend or acquaintance ol Bill's to telephone a recommenda tion, could get the privilege oi buying it. It \^as remarkable, too Bill noted, how many “friends” he suddenly developed. Names tha he never heard of telephoned him mentioned having been in college with him or having met him some where, and put on the touch. He kept up a little act of reticence but usually succumbed—for a $1< fee. Ten days before “The Wi to Woo” was scheduled for pres entation, every one of the 1,60( tickets was sold. Bill and Gayle had to force in a few dozen more in fact, to accommodate last-min ute customers who, for one reasot “CLASSIFIED DISPLAY or another, just couldn’t be turnec down. He and Gayle got Cholly Far rington out to the Oaks that last week to watch rehearsals and gen erally “get acquainted.’’ Cholly had four free passes to the big doings. He was impressed out there, and said so. Hardly more than 30 himself, he was definitely sympathetic with “the Merrifield gang,” and so they practically, hogged his column that week. “Not since Shakespeare,” quoth he loftily, one morning in print, “hath the stage so stirred a town, my deah. Three stages, really, in this new show. An evening of peri patetic drama on the greensward, ■ with the audience, not the cast, doing most of the moving around. See you theah!” 2 (To Be Continued) i _ SEND IN YOUR WANT AD FOR RESULTS ! A want ad will find a buyer. A Star-News want ad is the most economical means of finding a buyer for your unneeded possessions. Poultry, pet animals, livestock, real estate, household goods, musical instruments, <■ jewelry. | Buyers for cafes, stores, hotels, tourist homes and many other kinds of businesses watch the Star-News want ad columns every day. Thousands j depend on these columns for information about buying farms, city homes, automobiles. A paper containing your ad will go to 65,000 readers every day. Any one of these readers may be a prospect for the purchase of your property. TO OUT-OF-TOWN SUBSCRIBERS In the coupon below write an ad about something you want to sell and mail it care Star-News, Classified Dept., Wilmington, N. C. Ads are cash in advance and must be accompanied by stamps, check or money order. . I Name. Address. If a blind address is wanted for your ad write Yes here. RATE IN STAR-NEWS SUBSCRIPTION TERRITORY ONLY No. 1 3 7 Lines Day Days Days 3 $ .45 $1.26 $2.73 4 .60 1.68 ' 3.64 5 .75 2.10 4.55 6 .90 2.52 5.46 (Divide number of words by 5 to get number of lines. Count one full line for remaining words. Rate is 15 cents per line one day—13 cents per line each day for 7 consecutive days.) PREPARE YOUR AD NOW—DO NOT DELAY! t-GOOD GRIEF! IF SWT5 CLARK! -VTAKE 'EM 1J SHE SHOULD SAV \WLL PRETEND \ UPSTAIRS \ SOMETHIN© THAT'LL il DON'T KNOW / AND LOCX ) V&IVE ME AWAYH*) hHIMH1) /. ‘arsarTini—fl Trri\f' I ULii mjuumu CLARK, INCOGNITO, AND KIDNAPPED LOIS COME FACE TO FACE....« _ — Shipping News ARRIVED Tanker Munger T Ball. 3,202 tons, from Beau mont with cargo of gasoline for Cape Fear Terminal company. Steamer (Nor.) Nidareit from Savannah to load cargo of fertilizer, Heide and com pany, agents. CLEARED AND SAILED Barge Lottie. 740 tons, for New York after loading cargo of lumber at the J. Her bert Bate Lumber company. IN PORT Motor Steamer (Italian) Villarperosa, 3,021 tons, with part cargo scrap iron. Yachts Ruth King, 50 tons, at Maffitt’s pier at Wrightsville Bepch, under command of Capt. Brooks. Drifter, 83 tons, docked at Wrights ville Beach. Barges Barnegat and Allegheny loading car goes of lumber at the J. Herbert Bate Lumber company. Steamer Aust, 3.400 tons, discharging cargo of nitrute of soda, Pryde Forwarding com pany, agents. INWARD BOUND Steamers Emilia, 2,918 tons, from West Indies with general cargo. C. D. Maffitt and company, agents. Dakotan, from Pacific coast ports via Puerto Rico and South Atlantic ports with general cargo. Cape Fear Ship ping company, agents. (Nor.) Signe from Cuba with cargo of sugar, Ileide and company, agents. Tug And Barge Tug Cadmun and barge Durwent from Tampa with cargo of phosphate rock, Heide and company, agents. Tankers Gulfbreeze, 4.159 tons, from Port Ar thur with cargo gasoline for Gulf Re fining company. Esso Providence, 5,005 tons, from Bay town, with cargo gasoline for Standard Oil company. HARVEY FOUND DEAD BABYLON, N. Y., Aug. 13—W)— Bert McKee Harvey, 38-year-old air* craft engine company personnel executive missing since last Satur day, was found dead today in an isloated patch of woods north of this Long Island town. Coroner Green, who said he would perform an autopsy, said death apparently was due to carbon monoxide poison ing. "TOPS” IN CAR TOP DRESSING if 39c GOODRICH Silvertown Stores -FREE GRILLE GUARD With Each Purchase of 2 GOODYEAR TIRES AND TUBES Limited Time THRIF-T-STORES,Inc. 25 S. Front St. Dial 3972 NOW IS TINE TO PLANT 6 Week Peas, Rutabagas, Turnips, Kale, Mustard, Snap Beans. We have fresh new stocks. 4 Weeks Old Chicks 15c Each. At small expense, will pro duce 2-lb. fryers in 5 weeks. Large and heavy, easily raised: no brooding or special care needed. Reds, Rocks. We have 2,400 of them Complete stocks foultry supplies glass cloth feeders, waterers, brood ers. FEED-RIGHT FEEDS. Day old chicks. $1.00 do*.. $7.50 hundred ROUDABUSH'S SEED STORE 31 S. Front Dial 6030 SUPERMAN While There’s Clark—There s Hope! By Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster r AFTER THE GIRLS ARE 1 IMPRISONED. . . » I-I'M SORRY ) ( DON'T GIVE UP HOPE! YER GONNAl I GOT YOU V I RECOGNIZED ONE OF EARN THAT 1 [INTO THIS I Y THOSE MEN. HE'S A REPORTER FIVE HUNDRED 1 SMACKERS I ■•••...PROMISEO 1 (-LOIS HELPLESS ' ' BACK THERE! I'LL , 1 AID HER AT •„ THE FIRST ; f, OPPORTUNITY)-").' I itt-j '