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That s Kight—Place Your Want Ad Now For Sunday’s Edition—Dial 3311
jjje Wilmington Star
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CLASSIFIED INDEX
1— A” nouncement*.
2— Automotive.
2- A-Auto Supplie*.
3- Amusements.
4- Awnings.
6-E auty Parlors.
8—Beer.
10- Business Service.
11- Builders.
12- Builders' Supplies.
12- A—Building-F.H.A. Loans.
13- Brats.
13- A—Booksellers, Stationers.
14— Business Opportunities.
20—Cleaners and Dyers.
32- Coal, Wood Fuel Oil.
33- 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—For Rent, Rooms.
65—For Rent, Houser
70—For Sale.
73—Hardware.
75—Household Goods.
80—Houses For Sale.
85—Help Wanted, Male.
Su—Help Wanted, Female.
35—Insurance.
100—Instruction.
154—Loans.
105-Lost And Found.
Ho—Livestock.
111— Miscellaneous.
112- Machinery.
718—Music.
I?? Office Equipment.
41—Office For Rent.
a-Painting, Papering.
—Printing.
""-Professional.
^Personal.
136—Poultry.
139—Radio And Repairs.
Real Estate.
Refrigeration Service.
-Seeds And Plants.
ii7~£?uations Wanted.
-Typewriters.
l-s~Sh?e Repairing.
753—Storage.'D^ G°°dS
370—Wanted and Transferi’
l^Legal.
1 ‘
._Announcement?
t Holiday Notice!
n Observance Of Labor Day
We Will Be Closed
ST4\njnDAy' SePtember 2nd
• - bard paint & hdwe. co.
-2l Market St.
RUowr ApaE Y0UR H0ME ~ NO
Quick ?ayl?ent—3 Years To Pay.
J^Serv>ce. G. A. Quinn, Dial
L_ Automotive
0^»8Fo,d^ ,TOR long wheel
. tru=k- W Ply tires.
7478 Marks Machinery Co. Dial
^rlATt3AR,?AIN '39 HORD TU
Hauldin Mradl°- Harris Haskett.
-~^«n Motor Co. fifiR7_
fc c°RR C0UPE; 1936 CHEVRO
Carnes ?L/ack Selby- Peterson
^-J!!lMotor Co. Dial 5676.343a
SedanL>Ba7rPASSENGER 4DO°R
114 No ?n^Soln‘ E°ng Motor Co.
-LT 2nd St. Dial 3211.
1939 oids^l1-; Special!
A PertS ca18 V°°r “70" Sedan
^r!halb_|^Priced rlsbt- 01,1
dio anr‘hei?EEUXE SEDAN, RA
duick sale3*™ ExceCent bargain,
* tor Co Westbrook-Brown Mo
2Automotive
NEW 1941 MODEL PLYMOUTHS
will be here soon—let us have your
present car as a trade-in. Peterson
barnes Motor Co. Jack Selby.
SNOW S ESSO SEH V It '.ENTER
Dodgr & Plymouth Sales & Servlc.
3rd ft Market. Dial 9149
CHEVROLET SALES ft SERVICI
*06-408 Princess Street
Raney Chevrolet Company
Model '‘A” Ford Sedan
In Good Condition. $80.00
Call T. C. Callahan
MacMillan Buick Company
Dial 9574
12 Builders' Suppfies
PLANNING TO BUILD OR RE
model? Get quotations on our
Seasoned Lumber. Cape Fear Lum
ber Co.. Dial 9675
GENASCO SLAM TEST ROOFING
Is Beautiful
Durable Economical
Best by Test. Hanover Iron Work*
109 N. Water St._Dial 3257
"Everything to Build the House”
Builders Supplies
Masonic Products
E. W. GODWIN’S SONS
Castle Hayne Road Dial 7747
STOP DETERIORATION! PAINT
your home with Perfection. 1 to S
years to pay. North-Smith Coal Co.,
Dial 4486,
ruGHARDSUN WOODGRAIN AS
bestos Siding makes any Home
more livable . . . cuts fuel costs
never needs paint or stain. Dial
3516 for samples and free esti
mates. Smith Builders Supply.'Inc.
REUOGF NOW! PAY NO MONEY
Down. Protect your Home against
wind and rain! Give If more in
sulation against heat and cold with
a BIRD ROOF. Call Southern Roof
ing & Siding Co. 122 No. Water St.
Dial 6283,
REMODELING MADE ECONO
mical and Easy with Celotex guar
anteed Insulation. Inviting inter
iors of lasting comfort. Call Beck
er’s, for your building supplies.
Dial 7761,
14 Business Opportunities
SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION,
17th and Dock. Small capital-good
business opportunity. Meares Har
rlss. Agent. Dial 4043 or 7418.
35 Drugs
FOR YOUR
Drug Store Want*
Dial 6676 or 6677
Brooklyn Pharmacy
902 N 4th Street
NO ONE SELIMS FOR LESS
42 Ealing Places
"THE HOME OF GOOD EATS.”
Fried Chicken, Bar-B-Q, conceded
best steak- Capt. Ben’s, County
5813.
48 Feeds
FUI, O-PEP BROILER MASH IS AN
exceptionally good feed for turning
out f-uality broilers. Poultrymen
find that FUL-O-PEP BROTLER
MASH produces a dark yellow
shank arid skin,, tight feathering
and full breasted broilers — J. J.
Allen and Son. Dial 6762.
CHICKENS. COWS. HOGS, MULES,
horses, pigeons or rabbits. Feed
them Tuxedo. “The Best Feed for
Every Need.” Cross Seed Co. Dial
6S68.
VITA LIFE LAYING MASH. MORE
Eggs — Lower Cost. Mfg. Fresh
Daily. Keith Milling Co. Dial 4926.
50 Financial
“Home Financing”
S'afe - Economical - Convenient
under the
Carolina’s
New Direct Reduction
LOAN PLAN
PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST
Reduced Monthly
Loans from 1 to 20 Tears
FREE PAMPHLET
Carolina Bldg. & Loan
"Member Federal Home Loan
Bank"
51Florists
Cut Flowers
Nice Large Gladiolas
JOHN VERZAALDial 6786
oo for neni, apanmeius
FIRST FLOOR FURNISHED, 2
rooms, kitchenette, bath conven
ient. Central location. 819 Mar
ket St. _
60 For Real, Rooms
FOR RENT — ONE FURNISHED
room in Brookwood under the
Pines, Privilege of garage. Apply
G. L„ c-o Star-News.
65 For Rent, Rouses
HARRISON STREET, SUNSET
Park. New five room house, rea
sonable. Foster-Hill Realty Co.
Dial 3371-3372,___
BUNGALOW — 6 ROOMS AND
bath, Peachtree St-, Audubon. $18
per month. Wilders, Dial 4932.
1913 WOOLCOTT AVE., 6 ROOMS,
furnished. Furnace heat. Avail
able Sept. 1st. Willetts Realty Co
Dial 5233._
70 For Sale
MEN YOU CAN DRESS WELL
and save real money on your en
tire clothing bill at Finkelstein’s.
Front and Market.
New Portables $29.76 Up
Typewriter Inspection Co.
216 Princess St-_Dial 8092
£ LB. SYRUP CANS, $8.50 PER
100, 10 lb. $18.00 per 100. David
Jacobi Supply Co. Successor A. H.
Morris Co. Dial 9451.
PHILCO REFRIGERATORS RE
duced to close out. Come in and
save at Pender Furnltur# Co. 28
So. Front St.
73 Hardware
BEFORE YOU BUY A WOOD
burning heater see the Atlanta Au
tomatic Woodburning "Heater now
on disnlay at Gregg Bros. Hdwe
Front and Marke t
Read the Classified Ads
75 Honsehold Goods
FREE OIL WITH A
Duo Therm Oil Heater
C. B. Wessell
305 No, Front_Dial 7282
AS LITTLE AS $10 WILL BUY
good used sofa; $2.50 occasional
chair- Wilmington Furniture Co.
A PORCELAIN FRIGIDAIRE,
slightly used. $49.50. Excellent
bargain, so you better call early
Sutton-Councll Furniture Co.
THE
HOUSE
OF
GUARANTEED QUALITY
TODD'S
FOR YOUR FURNITURE NEEDS
I'HILCO RADIO - PHONOGRAPH—
It’s amazing! Reproduces rec
ords through reflections of floating
jewel on photo-electric cell! Rec
ords last longer — no needles
change. See our 1941 models.
Buck's Distributing ..Co., 12 Dock
St.
8 FC. WALNUT BEDROOM SUITE
complete, only $69.60. Terms
Home Furniture Co. 23 Market St.
PRF-SEASON SALE ESTATE
Heatrolas. Free Coal and Oil un
til Sept. 7th. Peoples Furniture
Co- 257 No. Front.
GET YOUR FREE SUPPLY OF
Coal or Oil with Genuine Estate
Heatrola at Jonet Furniture Co.
! SlT-FT ALL-PORCELAIN KEL
vinator. Good as new. $50. Gregg’s
I Appliance, 115 Market Street.
OVERSTUFFED LIVING ROOM
suites, $15.00 up, used. Also stu
dio couch, bargain. Bost Furni
ture Co-. 29 So. Front St.
M Houses For Sale
FOR SALE — NO. 11 N. 11TH ST„
5 room tenant house. Less than
$1,000.00- W. M. Hewlett, Realtor,
214 Princess St. Dial 7138,
85 Help Wanted. Male
WANTED TWO SALESMEN OVER
30 yrs. of age. Good proposition. P.
O- Box 269,
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES SE
lect a vocation now and lay u
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 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
ren School of Printing. 1514-16
South Street, Nashville, Tennessee.
95 Insurance
20% SAVING jN FIRE INSUR
ance. Get all the facte. Marshall
Realty Co. 216 Princess. Dial 6092.
100 Instruction
> ARD PUNCH MACHINE, STENO
typy, Comptometer, and all busi
ness subjects taught. Mrs. Motte’s
Secretarial School, 313 Church St.
104 Loans
Money
For School Needs
IF YOU ARB SHORT ON CASH
AND NEED A QUICK LOAN FOR
SCHOOL NECESSITIES, SEE US!
LOANS OF FROM $5.00 TO $50.00.
NO CO-SIGNER — CONVENIENT
PAYMENTS.
Wilmington Finance Co.
202 Murchison Bldg.
105 Lost and Found
LOST MALE ENGLISH SETTER.
White, black head. Name and ad
dress on collor. Vacination tag No.
4747. Reward. Return 816 N. 5
FOUND — QUALITY MILLWORK
At Roderick and Land. Mfrs.
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
and see them. J. F. Newton. Dia
3580
125 Painting, Papering
LITTLE JIM SHARP, PAPER
hanger moved from 16 St. to 714
Grace. Dial 5593.
135 Personal
SUBJECT — MATTRESS RENOvX
tion. Why? To increase nightly
comfort. Cost? $2-95, What else?
Can convert into innersprings.
New Way Mattress Co,, Dial 6178.
PEARL BUTTONS ALWAYS
"Work." Nothing mechanical .• bout
Pearls to get out of order. No rust,
no rotting of fabric underneath.
And Pearl Buttons can always be
matched.
136 Ponllry
FEEDRIGHT FEEDS — THE FIN
est feeds you ever used. Fresh
stocks; lowest prices. Roudabush’s
Seed Store. _
139 Radio and Repairs
COME IN TODAY AND SEE THE
Skybuddy- French Radio Co., Sales
and Service. Luke French, 130
Market St.. Dial 9878. _
Guaranteed—Specialized Home and
Car Radio Service. Call for—De
livered- Dial 5215, MACMILLAN
AND CAMERON,
THOMPSON BICYCLE CO., 702
Castle. Bicycles and repairs. Lawn
mowers electrically sharpened.
Radios. Dial 3061, Delivery,
SHACKELFORD'S RADIO SERV
ice. Any make—any model. 3rd
and Grace. Dial 7817. (Commer
clal Frigidalre Dealer.)
150 Real Estate_
709 CENTRAL BOULEVARD SUN
set Park. 6 room modern home.
Eas, terms. Marshall Realty Co
Dial 5092.
ISOReal Estate_
Bargains In Real Estate
The Gore Property, 604 Dock St.
Nice Bungalow, 209 N. 11th St.
Several Beautiful Homesites
(City and Suburbs)
AH priced low for quick sale
W. A, McGIRT
217 Princess Street
INVESTIGATE THE JOYS AND
advantages of living in Oleander,
"the Suburb Beautiful." Hugh
MacRae and Co.
SALES-RENTALS-IN VESTMENT
Moore-Fonvielle Realty Co.
We are equipped to serve you.
119-121-123 MARKET ST. LOT
64’xl32' $16,500. Can be bought
separately. Wilders, Dial 4932.
LIST YOIJR RENTAL AND SALES
with us. A-l Service.
Frank G, Harris. 120 Princess St.
FOR SALE, AT SACRIFICE — ON
Castle Hayne Road, 5 room house,
4 acres land, lights, telephone, hot
and cold running water. Grape
vines, apple, peach and pecan
trees. H. L. Pittman, Phone Coun
ty 5104
155 Seeds and Plants
TURNIPS, RUTABAGAS, BROC
coli. Special Cabbage, Collards.
Complete stocks seasonable seed".
CROSS SEED CO.
12 Market St._ Dial 6863
BEANS FOR FALL PLANTING!
Bountiful Burpee and Giant String
less, Surecrop Wax. Also Radish,
Turnips, Broccoli, Carrots and
Rutabagas. T. W. Wood & Soi .
317 No. Front St.
FRESH SEEDS — PLANT NOW:
Turnips, Rutabages, Mustard.
Snapbeans, Collard, Tomato, Cab
bage Plants. Roudabush's Seed
Store.
156 Situations Wanted
WANTED JOB AS COOK. MAID OR
nurse. Experenced. References.
Health certificate. 1105 South 10th.
170 Wanted
CAN F U R N I sli ROOM AND
board for two or three men. Also
table board. 17 S- 4th Street or
phone 4862.
WANTED — HOGS, 150 POUNDS
up. Dial 3943.
WANTED — ROOM AND BOARD
for boy 14 years of age. Attending
school. Z. S. Mears, Bates Lumber
Co. Dial 5644
180 Legal
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Office
of District Supervisor, Alcohol Tax
Unit, Bureau of Internal Revenue,
Baltimore, Maryland. Date of first
publication, August 24, 1940. Notice is
hereby given that on August 9. 1040. one
Plymouth Roadster, model 1930, Motor
No. U203679. with accessories, was seized
in Pender County, North Carolina, for
violation of the internal-revenue law®,
to-wit: Sections 2807 and 3321, I. R. C.
Any person claiming an interest in said
property must appear at the office of
Investigator in Charge, Alcohol Tax
Unit, Charlotte, North Carolina, and file
claim and cost bond as provided by
Section 3724, I. R. C.. on or before
September 23, 1940, otherwise the pfop
erty will be disposed of according to
law. R. E. Tuttle, District Supervisor.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Office
of District Supervisor, Alcohol Tax
Unit, Bureau of Internal Revenue, Balti
more, Maryland. Date of first publica
tion. August 24, 1940. Notice is hereby
given that on August 10, 1940, one Ford
Coach, model 1934, Motor No. 18-577285,
with accessories, was seized in new
Hanover County, North Carolina, for
violation of the internal-revenue laws,
to-wit: Sections 2807 and 3321, I. R. C.
Any person claiming an interest in said
property must appear at the office of
Investigator in Charge, Alcohol Tax
Unit, Charlotte, North Carolina, and file
claim and cost bond as provided by
Section 3724, I. R. C., on or before
September 23, 1940, otherwise the prop
erty will be disposed of according to
law. R. E. Tuttle. District Supervisor.
TRUSTEE’S SALE OF REAL
ESTATE
(By Substituted Trustee)
Pursuant to tHte power and author
ity contained in a certain deed of
trust dated the 21st day of April,
1934, executed by Albert E. Lane and
wife, Hannah Lane to Alan S.
O’Neal, Trustee, which deed of trust
is duly registered in the office of the
Register of Deeds of New Hanover
County, North Carolina, in Book 190,
page 645, securing a certain note
payable to HOME OWNERS’ LOAN
CORPORATION, default having been
made for a period of more than
ninety (90) days in the payment of
said note as provided therein and in
the performance of certain coven
ants set out in said deed of trust and
demand of foreclosure having been
made by the holder of said indebted
ness, the undersigned Trustee, hav
ing beer, substituted as Trustee, for
Alan S. O'Neal, said substitution be
ing duly recorded in the office of the
Register of Deeds of New Hanover
County, North Carolina, in book,
page —, will offer for sale at nublic
auction to the highest bidder for
cash at the Court House door in New
Hanover County, Wilmington, No- .n
Carolina at 12 o’clock noon o.i the
6th day of September, 1940 the fol
lowing described real estate, to wit:
Lying and being in the City of Wil
mington. Wilmington Township,
County of New Hanover, State of
North Carolina, and more particular
ly described as follows: BEGIN
NING at a point in the Eastern line
.if Seventh Street, 132 feet South
wardly from the Southern line of
LOVE WITHOUT MUSIC
(Continued from Page Eight)
too late to join this party where
Ronnie was, after all. She would
call the theater and find out a
number where he could be reached.
Caroline was curled up in a big
chair, pretending to read. Her eyes
were wide and wistful.
“Hi, Linda,” she said. “Did you
hear the cyclone sweep down the
stairs? You were at Rob’s, weren’t
you? He tried to get you so long
and hard I decided he had.”
Linda sat down and displayed the
coffee stain on her frock. “The cy
clone did this. ’’She told the story.
“But Rob forgot to tell me what
he wanted. It couldn’t be impor
tant.’ ’
“Not particularly. He’s moving,
he said.”
“Moving? When? That would
leave here an unbroken peace. She
was glad. Yes, she told herself, she
was glad. But she felt a little dis
turbed.
She called Ronnie’s theater. To
her surprise the doorman who an
swered the telephone said that Mr.
Stafford still was in the theater. A
moment later Ronnie’s voice said
hello.
“Ronnie? Is the party bid still
open and may I come? I’m missing
you.”
He hesitated and she caught the
indecision across the city that sep
arated their voices. “Linda, sweet,
of course, you may. It’s a funny
situation, though. Mr. Markley is
taking me in his car and I think
it’s filled now. I’ll get out of it anti
pick you up in half an hour. Will
that be all right?”
“Let’s skip it.” Suddenly she fell
tired. “It’s my afult. I reneged this
afternoon. Run on and have fun.'
“Linda, listen; this shindig now
180Legal
Nun Street running thence South
wardly along said Southern line ct
Seventh Street 33 feet; thence East
wardly and parallel with Nun Street
135 feet to the Western line of Wil
son Street; thence Northwardly
along tfie Western line of Wilson
Street 33 feet; thence West wardly
and parallel with Nun Street 135
feet to the Eastern line of Seventh
Street, the point of BEGINNING, the
sam being the Northwestern quar
ter of Lpt No. 3 in Block 106, accord
ing to the official plan of the City of
Wilmington, and being the same
property shown on a plat or survey
made by J. L. Becton, R. E.. bearing
date April 16, 1934, and now on file
with the Home Owners’ Loan Cor
poration, Salisbury, N. C. This prop
erty was purchased by deed dated
May 29, 1919, and recorded on June
28, 1919, in Book 104, page 451.
This property will be sold subject
to 1940 taxes
The purchaser at this sale will be
required to make a cash deposit ">f
5 per cent of the purchase price to
shoe good faith.
This, the 5th day of August, 1940.
T. C. ABERNETHY,
Substituted Trustee
By: Kellum and Humphrey,
Attorneys.
U. S. MISSIONARIES
DIE IN AIR ATTACK
Dr. Robert Grieve And Wife
Killed In Italian Raid
Near Ethiopia
CAIRO, Aug. 30.—(tfl—The Unit
ed States legation informed the
state department tonighg that Dr.
Robert Grieve, 28, an American
Medical missionary, and his wife,
aout 25, had been killed Aug. 2
in an Italian air raid on their out
post in an isolated region of the
Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, near t h e
Ethiopian frontier.
Information received at Khar
toum from Dr. T. A. Lambie, field
director of the Sudan interior mis
sion, with which the couple was
associated, confirmed British re
ports of their death, the legation
said.
Besides Dr. and Mrs. Grieve, the
Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Oglesby,
also Americans of Brooklyn, N. Y.
were reported by Dr. Lambie to
have been gravely injured. (In
Washington, the state department
said Dr. and Mrs. Grieve were
from Spokane, Wash.)
High British sources said t h e
Italians dropped 30 bombs and ma
chine-gunned the missionary sta
tion at Doro, in Upper Nile pro
vince despite frantic eiforts to sig
nal them with American flags.
There was no indication, however,
from what altitude the attack was
delivered. 2
Except for narrow coastal borders,
Greenland is entirely covered by a
vast ice cap.
means nothing at all to me. I’ll
shuck it all and be down.”
“No, please don’t. Let’s make it
tomorrow.”
“See you in 20 minutes,” he said,
hanging up. 2
(To Be Continued)
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
-FREE
Oil With Each 1941
Norge Circulator
Beautifully Styled Very
Efficient
Priced $34.50 up
Sneeden-York Co.
X19 Market St. Dial 9761
Dog License Drive
Will Be Intensified
Dog tag sales are too slow, po
ice officers said yesterday as they
arged dog owners in the city to
purchase dog tags immediately so
Jie dog cart will not have to round
jp the pooches.
The drive to corral unlicensed
logs will be intensified within the
lext few days, it was announced.
Flood Damage Totals
$50,000 In Hertford
AHOSKIE, Aug. 30— UP —Farm
Agent J. W. Ballentine estimated
recent heavy rains and floods
caused $50,000 worth of damage to
tobacco, cotton and peanut crops
in Hertford county.
NEW RECORD SET
SYRACUSE, N. Y., Aug. 30.—(JP
—A track record for three-year-old
pacers was set today by Fearless
Peter as he won the first heat of
the $5,180 Geers stake in 2:01,
which was also the fastest time of
the meeting. 1
CLASSMED MSPLAY
LUMBERTON TO VOTE
ON NEW BOND ISSUE
Board Of Commisioners Authorizes
Election On Question Of
$15,000 Issue
LUMBERTON, Aug. 30.—Ofl—Ths
Municipal Board of Commissioners
authorized an election on the ques
tion of issuance of $15,000 worth Of
bonds to finance construction of an
airport and completion of the ath
letic field and stadium.
~CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
DIAL EASY
7560 Wfr TERNS
*~'Goo<Irich SAFETY Sibertown
uft snvt« tiimd.tanw nx mm-WT rMncnM
Goodrich Silvertown Store
Dainty
Pie Crust
4 Cups DAINTY FLOUR
1 Cup Lard (level)
1 Teaspoon Sail
Ice Water
Method: Sift and measure
flour, then rub in lard and salt
with hands until well blended.
Add just enough ice water to
make a dough easily handled.
It is impossible to get the
correct results when using an
Inferior flour. Be sure to ask
your GROCER for "DAINTY,’’
The Insured Flour. Full cost of
all ingredients used will be re
funded if you have a baking
failure with DAINTY FLOUR.
J. J. ALLEN & SON
Wholesale Distributors
DIAL S762
Water and Dock Streets
IT’S
Money-Saving Time
AT
Our Used Car Lot
1 Ail A Ford Deluxe
17*iU Sedan
1QOO Ford
1700 Coupe
1 QQQ Plymouth
1700 Sedan
1 AQ7 Plymouth
1701 Sedan
1 Q^7 plymouth
1701 Coupe
1 AQ7 Chevrolet
1701 Sedan
1 AQ7 Oldsmobile
170/ Sedan
1936 Filn ,
1 flOC Plymouth
1700 Coupe
I QQA Chrysler
1700 Air-Flo
| AQC Chevrolet
1700 Coach
INSPECT THESE VALUEsl
BEFORE BUYING
Westbrook-Brown
MOTOR COMPANY
USED CARS
Corner 2nd and Docks Sts.
- 1 1
IT DOESN'T TAKE A
USED CAR SALE
(AT AUCTION)
ToSellOur Used Car Bargains
1935 CHEVROLET (Ar
COUPE. }7J
'34 Chevrolet Sedan 1935 Pontiac Coach
$150 $200
1936 FORD £ 4 Aft
COACH .$100
2 '34 Pontiac Sedans '34 Oldsmobile Sedan
$250ea. | $250
LONG MOTOR (0.
114 NORTH 2nd ST. DIAL 3211
AUCTION SALE
USED CARS
TODAY
WE WILL SELL AT ABSOLUTE AUCTION
20-USED CARS-20
Cars Will Be Sold Below Their
Value—Only Small Cash Pay
_menls Required_
Sale Begins Promptly 12 oXIock Noon
and Continues for One Hour
Mauldin Motor Co.
USED CAR LOT
215 MARKET ST. "Your Ford Friends" PHONE 6657
WILMINGTON, N. C. ,
SUPERMAN Scooped Again By Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster
SUPERMAN TOSSES THE HALF-BLINDED
MOBSTERS INTO A CLOSET....
XONCE THEY'RE ALL IN, S.
k LOCK THE DOOR AND CALL)
S THE POLICE! >—
I % /^\
THATS NOT
NECESSARY!- 1
YOU'LL FIND THE
RANSOM JEWELS
LATERr
THE
MAN
OF
STEEL
RETURNS
TOTHE
DAILY
PLANET
IN HIS
IDENTITY
OF
CLARK
KENT
^"VVyBOWERSAND HIS
) 7/r'~MEN HAVE BEEN
/ ( PROVEN KIDNAPPERS!
I /-YOU'LL HAVE TO STEP
I ( LIVELY IF YOU WANT TO
/SCORETHE SCOOPS
( AROUNO HERE,CLARK
'S BECAUSE I HAVE A
X^VPULLWITH SUPERMAN
FOR LIMITED TIME
REGULAR 20c QT.
MOTOR OIL
8c Qt.
IN YOUR CONTAINER
THRIF T-STORES, Inc.
25 S. Front St. Dial 3872

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