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You re Almost Sure To Find What You Want By Reading The Want Ads
The Wilmington Star
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L1-ASS1FIED INDEX
1— Announcement*.
2— Automotive.
2— A—Auto Supplies.
3— Amusements.
4— Awnings.
6—F int> Parlors.
8—Beer.
10— Business Service.
11— Builders.
12— Builders’ Supplies.
12— A—Building- F.H. A. Loans.
13— Bents.
23-A—Booksellers. Stationers.
14— Business Opportunities.
20—Cleaners and Dyers.
32— Coal, Wood Fuel Oil.
33— Dairy Products.
34— Dancing.
So—Drugs.
38—Dry Cleaning. Pressing
41— Eata bles.
42— Eating Places.
48—Feeds.
50--Financial.
31—Florists
52-For Rent.
52-A —Resorts.
55—For Rent, \partments.
60--For Rent. Rooms.
63—Room and Board.
65—Hut Rem, House:
10—For Sale.
{3—Hardware.
"5—Household Goods.
80—Houses For Sale.
85—Help Wanted, Male.
9'J—Help Wanted, Female.
35— insurance.
DO—Instruction.
104—Loans.
{05—Lost And Found.
BO—Livestock.
Rl* -Miscellaneous.
R2—Machinery.
118—Music.
{{{-Office Equipme.-t
;l-Office For Rent.
-{-Painting. Papering.
{{'-Printing.
{??— Professional.
Personal.
“6—Poultry.
{{{-Radio And Repairs.
LO—Real Estate.
.{--Refrigeration Service.
‘ -Seeds And Plants.
“{-Situations Wanted,
-{-typewriters.
tL~slloe Repairing.
? -A-Sporting Goods.
«-Storage.
17if"™ucks ana Transfers.
SjgT'
„__Announcement
LET UsllO YOUR
weelc nfr.for as as 25c per
anrl n Ca,son Bros- Sundry, 13th
^Ij^wson. DiaI 3678
teifa1|^R,EIJNE WITH OUR MA
lowest MUr work ,s best—prices
Princess st^ Y°rk Tallolln*' 202
2 ~ --
^_ Antomotive_
Dode^rS ESSU SERVICEN TER
jl® Plymouth Sales A Service
j~ii£_&_Market. Dial 9149
c^rv Ya ^ gELl7 MY 1940 MER
Barrt „oor Sedan at a bargain.
Baskett, Dial 6657.
tietvlvEVR0LET COACH. CLEAN,
Newt- Painted' stood rubber. See
Motors, 216 No. 2nd St.
ljq4uli1^MOUTH COUPE, FOR
k sale, only $125.
lIa.?aJi T- C, Callahan
MacMillan Buick Company
_ Dial 9574_
Ev^.i-et SALES a service
06-40$ Princess Street
^-jgey Chevrolet Company
E0Er?f.L, DISCOUNT ON MY '40
E j L.?rUxe 'rudor Demonstrator,
Diaj'gjjmUcan, Mauldin Motor Co-j
2_towrfw_
1934 M A S T E R CHEVROLET
sedan, with radio. A-l condition,
3250. Good t.ires and paint. Phone
3328.
1939 HUDSON COUNTRY CLUB 4
Door Sedan. Priced to sell. Lone
Motor Co. Dial 3211.
193' OLDSMOBILE 4 DOOR SEDAN.
For demonstration call Westbrook
Brown Motor Co. Dial 5874
’37 Cadillac Touring Sedan
'36 Plymouth Sedan Delivery.
PETERSON-BARNES MOTOR CO.
12 Builders' Supplies
REROOF NOW! PAY NO MONEY
Down. Protect your Home against
wind and rain! Give it more in
sulation against heat and cold with
a BIRD ROOF. Call Southern
Roofing & Siding Co. 122 No.
Water St, Dia 6283.
GENASCO SLAM TEST ROOFING
Is Beautiful
Durable Economical
Best by Test. Hanover Iron Works
109 N. Water St. Dial 3257
“Everything to Build the House"
Builders Supplies
Masonic Products
E W. GODWINS' SONS
Castle Hayne Road. Dial 7747
STOP DETERIORATION! PAINT
your home with Perfection. 1 to 8
years tc pay. North-Smith Coal Co.,
Dial 4486. _
PLANNING TO BUILD OR RE
model? Get quotations on our
Seasoneo Lumber. Cape Fear Lum
be. Co. Dial 9675,
DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR, THE
Craw-Fir-Dor is the best value in
Overhead Type Garage Doors.
Complete with hardware . . . easy
to install . . . economical. Smith
Builders Supply, Inc. Dial 3516.
PERFECT SOLUTION FOR ALL
garage door problems . . . Craw
Fir-Dor ... a self-energizing over
head Garage Door . . . Operates
like magic . . . adjusts to all ga
rages. Becker’s. Dial 7761.
35Drugs
FOR YOUR
Drug Store Wants
Dial 6676 or 6677
Brooklyn Pharmacy
902 N. 4th Street
NO ONE SELLS FOR LESS
42 Eating Plans
UONCEDED (HOME OF GOOD
eats) oystc stew, frys or raw. Try
our 60c special dinners. Capt. Ben’s
Telephone County 5813.
48 Feeds
VITA-LIFE FEEDS SCIENTIFI
cally Blended. Fresh daily. Con
tains necessary Vitamins plus.
Dial 4926, Keith Milling Co.
CHICKENS. COWS. HOGS. MULES,
horses, pigeons or rabbits. Feed
them Tuxedo. "The Best Feed for
Everv Need.” Cross Seed Co.. Dial
6868
POULTRYMEN: TG ELIMINATE i
the usual decline in egg produc
tion during the fall and winter
months feed your flock FUL-O
PEP LAYING MASH. J. J. Allen
& Son. Dial 5762,'
51 Florists
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS.
Pot Plants, Designs, Novelties. .
Blossom Shop, 31 So. Front. Dial
6030.
52 For Rent
UPPER FLOOR 120 N. WATER ST.
3, '0 squar feet Broad staircase,
skylight. Exceptional value at $25
per month. Lenox G. Cooper. Dial
5432,
55 For Bent. Apartments
FOR RENT — 3 ROOM UNFUR
nished apartment, private bath,
close in. 8 Church St., Phone 4550.
DESIRABLE 2-ROOM-AND-BATH
furnished apt., electric refrigerator,
hot water, heat, available now.
Dial 4019, 313 Ann St.
FOR RENT—4 ROOM UPPER UN
furnished apartment, private bath
and entrance, good condition,
phone 4272,
FOR RENT — LOWER APART
ment, 5 rooms and bath, garage.
Completely renovated. Dial 4294.
60 For Rent. Rooms
COMFORTABLE, HEATED, FUR
nished room. Private bath. Dial
7281. References exchanged.
63 Boom and Board
ROOMS AND BOARD MRS. MER
ritt, 20 S. 3rd St. Upstairs, lone
6074.
65 For Beni, Houses
1911 WOOLCOTT AVE., 7 ROOMS,
heat, good condition. Foster-Hill
Realty Co., Dial 3371.
FOR SALE OR RENT — 6 ROOM
cottage. North Side Harbor Island.
Small down payment. P. O. Box
951,
FOR RENT. 6 ROOM BUNGALOW,
2006 Market street. Good Condi
tion. Possession Nov. 1st. Dial
5063.
FRESHLY RENOVATED
throughout 1720 Ann St., 6 rooms,
$35.00. Corner lot-nice yard. Meares
Harris, Real Estate, Dial 4043.
317 GRACE ST., 9 ROOMS AND 2
baths. Ideal boarding house loca
tion. Marshall Realty Co. Dial 5092.
70 For Salt
5 GALLON WATER CANS, 85c; 2
gal. size, 55c. David Jacobi Sup
ply Co., 101 S. Front St.. Dial 9451.
Successor to A. H. Morris Co.
CEDAR CHESTS. A SMALL DOWN
payment will reserve your selec
tion until Christmas. Pender Fur
nlture Co- 28 So. Front St.
SEVERAL USED BURROUGHS
adding machines, $20 up. Type
writer Inspection Co. 216 Princess
St. Dial 5092, _
MOTOR SCOOTER, REPOSSESSED,
for balance due. Excellent condi
tion and bargain. Pickard’s, 209 .
Market St. Dial 3224.__ j
MEN ! YOU CAN DRESS WELL
and savt real money on your en
tire clothing bill at Finkelsteln'*.
Front and Market. __
FRESH FISH BAIT. 20c BUNCH.
Fresh open oysters. Seilers’ Fith
Mtfket, 607 Castle, Dial $621.
LOOK IN THE
WANT ADS FIRST...
If you’re looking for a home to buy,
an apartment to lease, a business to
invest in, a used car or competent
help, look first in the Classified col
umns of the STAR and NEWS. In
many ways every week you will find
these columns real time and money
savers.
STAB-NEWS
CLASSIFIED
DIAL 3311
JO For Salo
LAY-A-WAY YOUR CHRISTMAS
Bicycle. See our complete line
now and save money. Thrif-T
Stores, Inc., 25 So. Front St.
FLAT TOP OFFICE DESK, DRAW
ers on sides, used. Bargain. Bost
Furniture Co. 29 So. Front St.
73 Hardware
'fEFORE YOU BUY A WOOD
burning heater see the Atlanta Au
tomatic Woodburning Heater now
on display at Gregg Bros. Hdwe
Front and Market.
75 Household Goods
! PC. LIVING ROOM SUITES,
only $69.50. Lamp free. Terms.
Home Furniture Co., 28 Market
Street.
rOR QUICK SALE — FLORENCE
oil range. Excellent condition,
$15,00. 409 So. 17th St.
[. L. S. 7-WAY LAMPS, ONLY $4.95.
Many beautiful colors and assort
ments. Pender Furniture Co., 28
So. Front St.
Cu! F?! MASTER MODEL
Frigidaire, 1 year old, original
price $139.50, now $95. Also 6 cu.
ft. Frigidaire, used for 3 months,
for balance due. Sutton-Council
Furniture Co.
rOR SALE TWO BENGAL AMERI
can Oriental rugs. 8x10 and Cx9.
Reasonably priced. Can be seen at
Wilmington Cold Storage.
SEVERAL GOOD USED COAL CIR
culators taken in trade on new Es
tate Heatrolas. Peoples Furniture
Co., 257 No. Front St.
WALNUT BEDROOM SUITE,
used, priced for immediate disposal.
Pender Furniture Co. 28 So. Front
St.
SELECT YOUR HEATER OR CIR
culator from our complete stocks.
Florence Oil Burning Heaters.
Cole’s Hot Blast Oil Heaters, Coal
and Wood Stoves, Automatic
Wood Burning Heaters with Down
draft Ventilation. Easy terms.
Todd Furniture Co., 21 So. Front
Street.
! FT. ALL-PORCELAIN GENERAL
Electric Refrigerator, $60. Gregg’s
Appliance, 115 Market St.
DUO-THERM, THE ONLY OIL
heater with Bias-Baffle Dual
Chamber Burner (never needs
cleaning). On display C. B. Wes
sell, 305 N. Front.
MODERN 4 PC. WAIJ4UT BED
room suites, $49.50. Jones Fur
niture Co- 18 So. Front St.
WE HAVE A HEATER STYLED
and priced to fit your every heat
ing need- Prices range $1.98 up.
Also several used ones, $1.60 up.
Wilmington Furniture Co.
10 Houses For Sale .
For Sale
1904 Church St.
Quality 6 room home, ideal floor
arrangement. Modern through
out, you can own this home
with a very small cash pay
ment, balance easy terms, VAill
trade.
FOSTER-HILL REALTY
COMPANY
Salesmen
Edw. B. Ward
L. E. Allen B. B. Bryan
iT Help Wanted. Male
WANTED — GOOD DRY-HAND
milker. Married man preferred.
Apply Echo Farm Dairy. Carolina
Beach Road.
Read The Classified Ads.
85 Help Wanted, Hale
LEARN A TRADE TRAINED
men In demand. Prepare for the
future. Printing has unlimited pos
sibilities for advancement. Skilled
workmen needed for the industry
The Southern School of Printing
1514-16 South Street, Nashville
Tennessee, offers systematio train
ing. Efficient instructors with
years of practical experience; mod
ern equipment valued at $260,
000.00. Write for free catalog.
REAL ESTATE SAIJ3SMEN WANT
ed. Young men and women ti
worl; whole or part time. Apply
Hugh MacRae and Co. «
90 Help Wanted, Female
LADIES OVER 25 REPRESENT)
nationa. concern locally in Wil-]
mington. Booking Xmas orders. P.
O. Box 507 Raleigh.
95 Insurance
20% SAVING ON FIRE INSUR
ance. Get all the facts. Marshall
Realty Co., 216 Princess. Dial 5092.
100 Instruction
CARD PUNCH MACHINE. STENO
typy. Comptometer, and all busi
ness subjects taught* Mrs. Motte's
Secretarial School, 818 Church 8t.
105 Lost and Found
FOUND - QUAUTY M1LLWOKK
At Roderick and Land. Mfra.
screen doors and windows. Sashes,
door frames. 17th and Castle.
Dial 622>.
110Livestock
i U I Jtlili tlUliOCi « JVl U LiCj DCJAU
ers. Auction Sale, Wednesday, Oc
tober 9, 1940. Starts positively at
10:00 A. M. Special 100 White Face
Heifers and several White Face
Bulls. 25 Holstein and Gurnsey
Dairy Cows, heavy producers. 250
Mules and Mares. 50 Mule C'lts
from weanlings to 2 year olds. Be
cause of the amount of stock to be
sold we posltivelv must start at
10:00 A. M. Bring your stock early.
John F. Hobbs Stockyards, Golds
boro, N. C. Auction Every Wednes
day. Private Sales Daily.
SADDLE HORSES: OUR SPECIAL
fall saddle horse sale will be
held Thursday, October 10, 1940,
3 o’clock p. m. 50 head or more
high class 3 and 5 gaited saddle
horses, as w... as a few of the
medium priced kind, will be sold
at auction. This sale open to the
public. The J. W. Conder com
pany, Box 691, Fairw'old Stock
Yards, Columbia, S. C.
WANTED HOGS. GOOD SWIFTY
feeders. 50 lbs, and up. C. Leeu
wenburg, Highwood Park, Dial
4519.
FOR SALE — S5 HEAD REPOS
sessed mules, 3 second hand cars,
3 milch cows. J. P. Newton, Dial
8580,
112 Machinery
NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS! AFTER
October 15th Prices on all Endless
Belts go up. See us now. Lingo
Metal Works. Dial 3*67. I
125 Paifttiag. Paparlag
UTTUE JIM SHARP. PAPER
hanger moved from 16 St. to 'u4
Grace. Dial 6563.
135 Panaaal
SUBJECT — MATTRESS RENOVA
tlon. Why? To Increase nightly
comfort. Cost? 12-96. What else?
Can convert Into tnnereprlngs
New Way Mattress Co., Dial 6178.
139 Radla tad Rapairs
SCHOOL DAYS ARE BICYCLE
Days! Guaranteed repairs—Deliv
ery service. Thompson Bicycle Co..
702 Castle. Dial 8061.
Radio Trout'-'? tor expert auto and
home radio repair service Dial
6216. MACMILLAN * CAMERON.
SHACKELFORD’S RADIO SBRV
Ice. Anv make—any model. Srd
and Grace. Dial 7817. (Commer
ciai Frigldalre Dealer). _
FRENCH RADIO CO. HALLICRAF
ters, Zenith and Phtlco radios. Also
complete factory repair service on
any radla 1804 Market St. Phone
9878.
150 Raal Batata
We Want Real Estate Listings!
If Your P-operty Is For Sale, See Us!
W. M. HEWLETT, REALTOR
214 Princess S’t.Dial 7138
Quality Construction
In The
Low-Price Range
Ask anyone who lives in a Fos
ter-Hill "Certified” home, and
you will get the answer to the
ever-growing popularity of our
homes.
Our homes meet standards for
anv form of financing, up to
25 year FHA loans.
Low down payments, monthly
payments much less than rent
—in most cases your lot is all
you need. We have many de
sirably located lots if you don’t
own one.
Complete service, planning,
building, financing, assure you
of quality building at reason
able costs, and your home
built just like you planned it.
FOSTER-HILL REALTY \
COMPANY
“WE SELL THE EARTH”
Salesmen
Edw. B. Ward
L. E. Allen B. B. Bryan
See
SAM H. HILL
For all Insurance needs
Fire—Auto—Bonds
SA IjES-RENTA LS-IN VESTMENT
Moore-Fonviells Realty Co.
We are equipped to serve you.
MST YOUR RENTAL AND SALES
with us. A-1 Service.
Frank G. Harris. 120 Princess St.
151 Bui Estate
10 ACRES, WITH FRONTAGE ON
Wrightsville Turnpike, in vicinity
of Forest Hills and Glen Arden;
suitable for Subdividing; reduced
price. H. F. Wilder, phone 493*.
155 Seeds aid Plaais
Pedigree Abruzzi Rye
ftilgraln Oats, Pedigree Beardta*
Barley. Crimson Clover ete.
T. W. Wood & Sons
117 No. Front St.Dial 48*0
FRESH SEED FOR FALL PI .A NT
lng. Cuilard and cabbage plants.
Onion sets. Fertilizers. Rouda*
bush’s Seed Store.
AEKUZZI RYE
Data. Clover. Vetch. Winter Peat,
Beardless Barley. Wheat. Kye Grass.
Complete Stocks Garden Seeds.
CROSS SEED CO.
12 Market St. Dial 6888
[56 Situations Wanted
practical nurse wants
work. Reasonable salary. Can
furnish doctor's reference. Dial
5711.
156 Shoo Repairing
rHE SHOE DOCTOR — WE TAKE
old, worn-out shoes, make them
new again. Cinderella Repair Dept
Dial 4887.
170 Wanted
WANTED — 10,000 BU. GRAPES,
scUppernong 2c ib, black grapes
1 l-2> lb. John Verzaal. Winter
Park, New Highway, Dial 5786.
WANTED USED ELECTRIC DRIV
en air compressor. Marks Machin
ate Co. 6 North 3.
180 Legal ~
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Office
of District Supervisor, Alcohol Tax
Unit, Bureau of Internal Revenue, Bal
timore, Maryland. Date of first publi
cation, September 30, 1040. Notice is
hereby given that on August 21, 1040,
one Ford Coach, Model 1038, Motor No.
18-4276131, with accessories, was seized
in Pender County, North Carolina, for
violation of the internal-revenue laws,
to-wlt: 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
tile claim and cost bond as provided
by Section 3724, I. R. C., on of before
October 30, 1940, otherwise the prop
erty will be disposed of according (o
law. R. E. Tuttle, District Supervisor.
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY*
-FREE
OU With Sacb 1941
Norge Circulator
Beautiful!* Styled Very
Efficient
Priced $3150 np
Sneeden-York Co.
119 Market St. Dial 97S1
Bring Your
Money Problems
JULLU- To Us
We make no bones
about it—you can
gel the money you
need quickly and
conveniently.
New Low Rates
Easy Repay Plan
Wilmington
Finance Co.
202 Murchison Hide.
DAILY CROSSWORD
ACBOSS
1. Resort
4. Any deity
7. Mother*
of-pearl
10. Capitol of
$ Idaho
13. Adjoin
13. Unnerve
14. Teamster's
command
18. Wheeled
vehicle
17. Peep Into
18. Slightest
30. Bend
23. Unsteady
27. English
navigator
21. A game
bird
29. Monkey
30. Malay coin
31. To set again
84. Escort
36. More
Independent
37. English poet
38. Burdens
40. Warp*yarn
43. Eskimo tool
44. Prickly
envekp of
fruit
47. Crawl
40. Big
51. French river
52. Produoe
53. Ovum
54. To tint with
color
DOWN
1. Concealed
obstacle
2. Part of a
window
3. Skin disease
4. Furniture
trimming
5. Eskers
6. Contradict
8. Music note
•.To omit
10. Explodes
11. Ahead
16. Ana (abbr.)
18. A game
at cards
10. A metal
30. Muffler
21. Candle
22. Fat
24. Terseljr
cogent
25. A frolic
28. Periods of
time
32. Elongated
fish
33. Company of
actors
34. Excessively
35. Distress
signal
39. Masculine
name
40. Culmination
41. Boast
42. Mass of ice
44. Reared
45. Hideous
46. To advise
(dial.)
klcpl I IDMSIpI I IMIEl
^jST
T»ttrd>j''i lnwtr
48. Half an «m
50. Three-toed
sloth
Unreality Discussed
In The Lesson-Sermon
“Unreality was the subject of the
lesson-sermon in all Christian Sci
ence churches and societies yester
day.
The Golden Text was from Deuter
onomy 4:39: "Know therefore this
day, and consider it in thine heart,
that the Lord he is God In heaven
above, and upon the earth beneath;
there is none else."
Among the citations which com
prised the lesson-sermon was the fol
lowing from the Bible: "I know that,
whatsoever God doeth, it shall be
forever; nothing can be put to it,
nor anything taken from it; and
God doeth it, that men should fear
before him. That which hath been
Is now; and that which is to be hath
already been; and God requireth that
which Is past.” (Ecclesiastes 3:14,
15).
The lesson-sermon also included
the following passage from the
Christian Science textbook, Science
and Health with Key to the Scrip
tures, by Mary Baker Eddy. "Eter
nal things (verities) are God’s
thoughts as they exist in the spir
itual realm of the real. Temporal
things are the thoughts of mortals
and are the unreal, being the oppo
site of the real or the spiritual and
eternal. The temporal and unreal
never touch the eternal and real.
The mutable and imperfect never
touch the immutable and perfect.
The inharmonious and self-destruc
tive neve rtouch the harmonious and
self-existent. These opposite quali
ties are the tares and wheat, which
never really mingle, though (to mor
tal sight) they grow side by side
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
120TH INFANTRY
CALLS FOR MEN
Eifihty Are Needed To Bring
Regiment To Allotted
Strength Of 1,720
RALEIGH, Oct. 6.— Wl—'The 120th
infantry of the North Carolina na
tional guard, now training at Fort
Jackson, S. C., needs 80 men to
bring it to the full allotted strength
of 1,720, Col. John Hall Manning
of Raleigh, regimental command
er said today.
Persons who enlist in the regi
ment can serve with their home
town units, he pointed out, whereas
men who are drafted under the
compulsory military training pro
gram will have no choice about the
unit to which they will be assigned.
Among units needing men are
those from Henderson, Durham,
Warrenon, Wilson, Wilmington,
Burlington, Winston-Salem, Char
lotte, Shelby and Waynesville, he
said.
Men wishing to enlist should re
port at headquarters of the 120tn
at Fort Jackson, he added. 1
Rocky Mount Man Killed
At Station Near Tarboro
TARBORO, Oct. 6—<uT>)— Major
Thomas Johnson, 33, of Rocky
Mount, was shot and killed in front
of a roadside service station near
here last night.
Sheriff W. E. Bardin said that
Johnnie Wallace, operator of the
service station, admitted shooting
Johnson, and claimed self- defense.
The sheriff quoted Wallace as say
ing Johnson advanced on him with
a knife. Wallace will be given a
hearing in recorder’s court here
tomorrow.
Funeral services for Johnson will
be held in Roanoke Rapids tomor
row.
PAYMENTS DECREASE
RALEIGH, Oct. 6.—«i—Septem
ber was the first month this year
in which the amount of benefit
payments under the unemployment
compensation act showed a de
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month totaled $413,506.75, com
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ministry said today that coastal com
mand aircraft have aided in the
rescue of nearly 500 survivors of
ships lost in the Atlantic in the last
few months.
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