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The Wilmington Star CLASSIFIED RATES ,,issified ads Inserted in both A‘Wilmington News and The Wil ' n horning Star. Insertion ol 0%i; be on same day or evening >iE. next morning, except when ,r, insertion is Saturday morning, f>r!l second insertion will run Mon th01, \ews. No classified ads sold w-ne'paper only. ,jr CLASSIFIED RATES „ „ time rate -15c per line Re time rate ..-14c per line men time rate-13c per line ftime rate-10c per line time rate- 8c per line \o advertisements taken for less ' 45 cents. ids ordered for a special number f davs and stopped before expire Hnn Will only be charged for the limber of times the ad appeared Jnd adjustment made at the rate ^Charged ads will be received by telephone if advertiser’s name is feted in the telephone directory, and L will be sent next day. Count five average words to the Ail discontinuances should be made in person at The Star-News office, or if by telephone, must be .nnfirmed by letter. ' Ail ads are restricted to theli -oner classification and to the regu lar STAR-NEWS style of type. Errors In advertisement should he reported Immediately. The Star Mews will not be responsible for more than one incorrect Insertion. Mo ad taken for less than basis of three lines. A charge of $5.00 is made for published “In Memoriam” and reso lutions. The Star-News assumes no re sponsibility for any advertisement listed in telephone directory, and not handled or inserted as directed except to publish or republish after notification. Classified ads in the column may he placed until 9 p. m.. for the next day s paper. All Classified Display cojv l kist be In the office by 6 p. m. MAIN OFFICE PHONE 3311 Ask For Ad-Taker NOTICE TO PUBLIC All advertising appearing In these columns is for reputable and reli able concerns, so far as we can as certain from a careful Investigation. It is our intention, however, to see that every firm that uses these columns is required to live up to their obligations. Therefore, should you apply to any advertisement on ibis page and services are not ren dered as advertised. The Star-News wants to know it. The U. S- postal regulations are veiy strict in such matters, as such an act would be misuse of the U. S. ir.ail and The Star-News will see that any attempt to defraud is promptly handled by the P. O- de partment. CLASSIFIED INDEX .—Announcements. 2—Automotive. 2— A—Auto Supplies. 3— Amusements. 4— Awnings. 6—Beauty Parlors. 5— Beer. 0—Business Service, it—Builders. 12—Builders’ Supplies. 12- A-Building-F. H. A. Loans. 13— Boats. 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, il—Eatables. 42—Eating Places. 48—Feeds. 50— Financial. 51— Florists. 52— For Rent. 32-A—Resorts. 55—For Rent. Apartments. 30—For Rent. Rooms. C3—Room and Board. 65—For P.ent, Houses. 70—For Sale. 73—Hardware. 75—Household Goods. 80—Houses For Sale. 85—Help Wanted, Male. 90—Help Wanted, Female. 93—Insurance. 100—Instruction. 104— Loans. 105— Lost and Foimd. 110— Livestock. 111— Miscellaneous. 112— Machinery. 118—Music. Equipment, hi-■Office For Rent. L5—Painting, Papering. ■‘27—Printing. 130—Professional. 133—Personal. 136—Poultry. !-?~p'adio and Repairs. laO—Real Estate. Refrigeration Service. La—Seeds and Plants. L0”—Situations Wanted. 157— Typewriters. Shoe Repairing. 158- A—Sporting Goods. io9—Storage. 160—Trucks and Transfers. 1 '0—Wanted. 180—Legal, I -- " ■ 1 « 1 _ Announcements Washing done for as little as 25c week. Caison Bros. Laun - °ry- 13th and Dawson. Dial 3678. FRED CALENDARS! YOU ARE IN vited to come in for a 1941 Calen dar. Several beautiful styles. Pen _der Furiture Co. 28 S'. Front St. 2 Automotive Chevrolet sales-& service 406 408 Princess Street Haney Chevrolet Company 1 a 4 o MERCURY CONVERTIBLE Coupe. CaL early. Harris Haskett, ^Mauldin Motor Co., ' >ia! 6657. SNOW S ESSO SERVICENTER D°dge & Plymouth Sales & Service 3rd and MarketDial 9149 •39~NASH 4 DR.-SEDAN. PER Ject condition. Newkirk Motors, *16 No. 2nd. St. Dial 3674. EATE MODEL SMALL 6 WHEEL Ruick sedan New tires, perfec* condition. A bargain. MacMillan Buick Co. _Dial 9674 TWO 1939 STUDEBAKER COM manders. Radio and heater. Bat son-Rowan Motor Co. 1102 Market _ St. Dial 4545. l839 DE SOTO 4 DR. SEDAN OVER drive. 1939 Packard 4 Dr. Sedan with radio. Clean. Peterson-Barnes Mtr. Co. ’39 Chrysler Imperial 4-Dr. Sedan Westbrook-Brown Motor Co., Inc. Home of Chrysler & Plymouth H3 No. 2nd St. Dial 6974-7040 l 2Automotive PACKARD, PLYMOUTH, DESOTO, Chevrolet, 1939. New license. Jack Selby. Peterson-Barnes Motor Co. 1937 PACKARD ‘6’ CONVERTIBLE Coupe. Radio, heater. Bargain Long Motor Co. Dial 3211. 2-A Auto Supplies NEW TIRES FOR OLD! HAVE your smooth tires recapped. Work absolutely guaranteed. 600-20 $6 50 32-6 $8.00. 900-20 $14.00. MacMil lan & Cameron. 8_ Beer BALLANTINE’S, America's largest selling ALE brewed in America's largest ALE brewery. Aged one year in wood. Have you tried it if not you should. 11 Builders ARE YOU LOSING BUSINESS BE cause of an antiquated store front? Call us. L. T. Rogers, General Contractor, Dial 5647. 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. Dial 6283. IT PAYS TO REMODEL YOUR home! Pays in added convenience and satisfaction. Pays in added value of the property. See us for plans. E. W. Godwin’s Sons. Dial 7747, GENASCO SLAM TEST ROOFING Is Beautiful Durable Economical Best by Test. Hanover Iron Works 109 N. Water St. Dial 3257 THINK OF IT! 1 TO 8 YEARS IN which to pay when you paint .your home with Perfection. Call North Smith Coal Co. 4486. QUALITY. SEASONED LUMBER at the right price can always be found on our yards. Cape Fear Lumber Co., Dial 9675. FLINTKOTE COMPOSITION ROOF ing . . . Assured Quality . . . No “Seconds” on the market to con fuse you . . . Flintkote sells only one grade . . . the beet, which bears the Flintkote Certificate of Inspection. Dial Becker’s, 7761. NEW ROOFING ECONOMY —-SU per Channeldrain Roofing — The Roofing of Today and Tomorrow. “When It Rains — It Drains." Smith Builders Supply,, Inc. Dial 3516, 14 Easiness Opportunities SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY FOR man to go into business for him self. Service station, well equip ped. Located 5th and Walnut Sts. Wilmington. Phone Texas Co. 3536 for further information. 32 Coal. Wood. Fnel Oil DRY SLABS 90c, OAK $1.40. PINE $1.25, full load with kindling. Sellar’s Dial 5471. TALMAN’S WOOD YD. SPECIAL Pine, $1.25; Oak, $1.40; Slabs, 85c. Large loads. Dial 5103. Quick de livery CALL US FOR BEST GRADE Coal, Oak, Pine Wood. T. E. Cooper an< Co. Inc. Dial 4113. CAROLINA WOOD YARD, 17th & Castle. Dry wood of all kind?. Bag coal. Dial 6204, 35Drags FOR YOUR Drug Store Wants Dial 6676 or 6677 Brooklyn Pharmacy 902 N. 4th Street NO ONE SELLS FOR LESS 41 Eatables PLUMMER’S FRESH GRATED cocoanut at leading grocers. Phone 3214, 42 Eating Places CONCEDED THE BEST OYSTER Roasts, Stews, Frys, Western Steaks. Fish, Chicken or Shrimp at Capt. Ben’s. Call County 5813. 48 Feeds VITA-LIFE HIGHEST QUALITY feeds. Lowest prices-reason, we manufacture. Dial 4926, Keith Milling Co. __ ATTENTION FEEDERS: FOR more profits feed, grow and fit your cows, calves and poultry with Quaker Dairy, Sugared Schumach er and Ful-O-Pep Feeds. Always uniform and economically priced. Dial 5762. J. J. Allen & Son. 51 Florists Christmas wreaths, bas kets. Decorations, Cut Flowers. Potplants, Corsages, Funeral De signs. Blossom Shop, 31 So. Front. 55 For Rent, Apartments NEW 6 ROOM LOWER APART *■ ent in Woodcrest. Apply Vil letts. Realty Co. Dial 5233. UPPER APARTMENT. 3 LARGE rooms. Private bath, good condi tion. Reasonable. Dial 5344,_ 60 For Rent, Booms FOR RENT: NICELY FURNISHED room. Steam heat. Adjoining bath. Private home. Close in. Gents only. 410 N. Fifth street.__ 65 For Rent, Booses FOR RENT: 801 ANN ST. NICE 6 room bungalow. Apply Howell Motor Company. 2207 CHESTNUT ST. 5 ROOM Du plex. Immediate occupancy. Ap ply Marshall Realty Co. Dial 5092. 212 N. 4TH STREET, FOURTEEN Rooms. Foster-Hill Realty Com pany, Dial 3371. _ 70 For Sale NEW SHIPMENT FACTORY RE built Woodstock Typewriters. Like new. Cost less than half new model price. Free trial. Terms. Typewriter Inspection Co. 216 Princess St. Dial 5092. DAYTON SCALES, HOBART Mills, Ohmer Cash Registers, Com mercial Refrigeration. C. B. Stern berger. 222 Princess. Dial 5891. CALL G. B. CRAIG FOR FRESH fish, oysters, fish bait. 604 Castle St. Dial 7467, Delivery. . Start Your Own “Clean Sweep Sale” AND "CLEAN UP" EXTRA CASH SELL ARTICLES SUCH AS THESE l Used Bikes, Typewriters, Baby Buggies, Sewing Machines, Furniture, Stoves, Radios, Electric Vacuum Cleaners, Golf Clubs, Musical Instruments, etc., that are no longer needed — that take up space and accumulate dust—turn them into cash—let a little Want Ad “Clean Sweep” for yop. Phone your Ad now0 DIAL 3311 STAR-NEWS CLASSIFIED 70 For Sale Season’s Greetings Jones Furniture Co. 18 So. Front St. FOR DEPENDABLE WORK Clothes inspect our line. A com plete lino Peters Diamond Brand Dress and Work Shoes. I. Miller, 20 So. Front. HICKMAN & MOORE CYCLE CO. Sales and repairs; Give us a trial Motorcycles, Bicycles, Work guaranteed 602 Castle St. Dial 7381 SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY FOR the nev m'idel oak bedroom •> ite. Only 8119.50. Home Furniture Company, 23 Market street. MEN! YOU CAN DRESS WELL and save real money on your entire clothing bill at Finkelstein’s, Front and Market. _ 73 Hardware ALL OIL BURNING HEATERS greatly reduced. Gregg Bros. Hard ware. Front and Market. _ 75 noasenoio noons MAYTAG WASHERS, 1941 MOD els. Also a few slightly used at reduced prices. Small payments. 2 years to pay. C. B. Wessell, 305 North Front. WE HAVE A MOST COMPLETE stock of good used furniture and have the pieces you need at the price .you can afford to pay. Also several good used heaters. Immediate delivery. Wilmington Furniture Company. _ 4 pc. MODERNISTIC BEDROOM suites, $49.50 and up. Pender Fur niture Co. 28 So. Front St. BEFORE BUYING A RANGE IN spec- our complete line of Ne Pjrfections, Florence, Frigidaire and Enterprize Ranges; oil, gas, electric, coal o'1 wood. Easy firms. Sutton-Council Furniture Co. NEED A HEATER? SEE US FOR real values in oil or automatic woodburners. Also few good used bicycles. Fergus Hdwe. 120 - ar ket St. __ T W O OVERSTUFFED LIVING room suites, priced to sell. Peoples Furniture Co. 257 No. Front St. USED RADIOS -FEW LATE MO dels that will be sold at sacrifice prices. Goodrich Silvertown Stores, 14 N. 3rd._ BIG SAVINGS ON NEW AND Used General Electric Refriger ators. Limited stock. Gregg's Ap pliance, 115 Market Street. PRICED TO SELL Used 4 Pc. Modernistic Walnut Bedroom Suite. 3 Oil Cook Stoves 1 Oil Circulator 1 Green and Ivory Kitchen Cabinet EASY TERMS PENDER FURNITURE CO. 28 SOUTH FRONT ST. 80 Houses For Sale FOR SALE — 221 NORTH 7TH Street, 2—Apt. house, Easy terms. W. M. Hewlett, Realtor 214 Princess St. Dial 7138 1406 PRINCESS ST. ATTRACTIVE brick home at a figure much be low reproduction cost. Reasonable. Terms. IT. F. Wilder. Phone 4932. (ft Help Wauled. Male WANTED MAN OR WOMAN CAP able of supervising all types of cooking, and managing kitchen help. Saunders Drug Store._ EXPERIENCED SALESMAN WITH car for outside work. Good prop osition with local concern for a producer. In answering state age, experience, references and wheth er married or single. XL care Star-News. _ WANTED RADIO TECHNICIAN. Apply at once giving references. W. R. Harrell, Burgaw, N. C. 6 ♦ 85 Help Wanted. Male PREPARE FOR THE FUTURE, learn a good trade. High school graduates: The possessor of a good trade, a skilled workman, is always in demand. The Printing trade offers opportunities to young men. Competent workmen receive excellent wages, work under the very best conditions, and have opportunity to advance to foremen, superintendents and managers. Before making a de cision as to what your life’s vo cation is going to be, write V. C. Garriott, Secretary - Treasurer, Southern School of Printing, 1514 16 South Street, Nashville, Ten nessee, for free catalog. 95 Insurance SAVING 20 PER CENT ON FIRE Insurance with Capital Stock Co. Marshall Realty Co. 216 Princess St. Dial 5092, ' 100 Instruction CARD PUNCH MACHINE, STENO typy, Comptometer, and all busi ness subjects taught. Mrs. Motte’s Secretarial School, 313 Church St. 104 Loans MONEY For 1941 Car Licenses NO ENDORSERS—NO RED TAPE §5.00 and up Easy Pay Plan WI MINGTON FINANCE CO. 202 Murchison Bldg. 104 Loans $500,000.00 TO LEND ON WILMING ton Real Estate. 4% per cent Int. Long terms. E. L. Matthews, Agent. Masonic Temple. Dial 3216. 105 Lost and Found LOST: BULL-TERRIER, FEMALE, all white, in Brooklyn. Notify John Webb, 507 Harnett St. Re ward. FOUND — QUALITY MILLWORK at Roderick and Land, Mfgrs. screen doors and windows, sashes, door frames, 17th and Castle, D.al 5229._ 110 Livestock NICE ASSORTMENT, MULES AND horses. Allis-Chalmers tractors and all equipment. Best on market. At Wilmington and Whiteville, N. C. •T. P. Newton. Dial 3580. 112 Machinery 2—40 H. P. ENGINES; 2—S A W mills; 1—Edger: 1—lot handle h thes. Also best friction belts. Dodge pulleys, shafting, bearirgs Lingo Metal Works,__ 118 Music MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS — Pianos, Radios, Record Players, etc. Yopp Piano Co. 209 Princess St. Dial 3722. 120 Office Equipment 1941 DIARIES AND CALENDAR Pads. ( H. Shoemaker s, Dial 56". LEDGERS^ CALENDARS AND Dianes for the New Year. James Book and Stationery Store, 113 Market Street. 121 Office for Rent OFFICES FOR RENT—222 ?RIN cess. $10.00 up. Lights, heat, toilet and janitor service. Meares Harriss, Real Estate. Dial 4043. 125 Painting, Papering LITTLE JIM SHARP, PAPER hanger, moved from 16 St. to 714 Grace. Dial 5593, 139 Radio and Repairs NOW LOCATED NEW, LARGER quarters, 123 Grace St. Shackel ford’s Radio Service. Any-make any model. Dial 7817. IF YOUR RADIO IS MISBEHAV in , call us. Our prices are right— work guaranteed. Thirf-T Storis, 25 So. Front St. Dial 3972. FRENCH RADIO CO HALLI crafters. Zenith and Philco Radios. Also complete factory repair serv ice on any radio. 1304 Market Si. Phone 9878. 150 Real Estate SALES-RENTALS-INVESTMENT Moore-Fonvielle Realty Co. We are equipped to serve you. Beautiful Homesites In Our Developments AS LOW AS OLEANDER _ $750 PINEWOODS _ $306 PRINCESS PLACE _ $450 AUDUBON .. $450 WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH_$400 HUGH MacRAE & CO. CIST YOUR RENTAL & SAI.ES With Us. A*1 Service. Frank G. Harriss, 120 Princess St. 152 Refrigeration Service 15 YEARS EXPERIENCE SERVIC ing Domestic and Commercial Re frigerators. Call George Miller. Shackelford’s, 123 Grace, 7817. 155 Seeds and Plants AUSTRIAN PEAS Beardless Barley, Wheat, Vetch, Rye Grass, Pepper, Garden Peas, Tomatoes T. W. WOOD & SONS r No. Front St. Dial 4620 SHRUBBERY. 25o AND UP. Pansies, Candytuft, Thrift, etc. Winter Grass, Fertilisers. Pots. Roudabush s Seed Store. SEEDS, TUXEDO rEEDS Insecticides Plant Foods Garden ai d Farm Supplies CROSS SEED CO. 12 Market St. Dial 6868 Chief Of VFW Advocates Aid To Great Britain KANSAS CITY, Dec. 29— (.S’)—Jo seph C. Menendez, commander-in chlef of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, today urged all members of the organization and its auxiliary to "promote the cause 6f national de fense by endorsing all possible aid to Great Britain." “With our own skins in danger, there is no time to quarrel with Great Britain over unpaid debts in curred during the World war,” Men endez said in a statement issued by national headquarters. “It will cost us much less to forget temporarily— at least — that five billion dollar World war debt than to invite a new war at the price of 100 billion dol lars." Before he leaves home to attend the opening session of the 77th con gress,” Mendez added, “we should let every congress member know how we stand on this important issue.” , Russian Raw Materials Are Moving Into Germany MOSCOW, Dec. 29.—(tfl—Pravda, Izvestia and Red Star—respec tively the organs of the commu nist party, the government and the Soviet Russian army—repro duced today an article on German industry taken from the Danzig newspaper Danziger Vorposten. “Raw materials are exported into Germany in greater quanti ties than before the war from the Soviet Union, the Far East, the Near East and continental coun tries,” this article said. “In the first place we should point to supplies of oil from Ru mania and Russia, iron ore from Sweden and cotton from Russia.” 158 Shoe Repairing THE SHOE DOCTOR — WE TAKE old, worn-out shoes, make them new again. Cinderella Repair Dept. Dial 4887, 170 Wanted WANTED—ONE SMALL USED AD ding machine. Marks Machinery Co., 5 N. Third. IP YOU HAVE SOME GOOD USED furniture you want to sell reason able for cash call 6540. WANTED LARGE CLEAN RAGS. BRING TO PRESS ROOM, STAR NEWS. MURCHISON BLDG. 180 Legal TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Office of District Supervisor. Alcohol Tax Unit, Bureau of Internal Revenue,'Baltimore, Maryland. Date of first publication, December 23, 1940. Notice is hereby given that on October 4, 1940, one Dodge Sedan, Model 1936, Motor No. D2-259941. 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 January 22, 1941, otherwise the prop erty will be disposed of according to law. R. E. Tuttle, District Superisor. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Office of District Supervisor, Alcohol Tax Unit, Bureau of Internal Revenue, Baltimore, .Maryland. Date of first publication, December 23, 1940. Notice is hereby given that on September 7, 1940, one 1940 Ford Coupe, Motor No. 18-5632071, with accessories was seized in Columbus County, North Carolina, for violation of the Internal Revenue Laws, to-wit : Sec tions 2807 aniT 3321, I. R. C. Any per son claiming an interest in said prop erty must appear at the office of In vestigator 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 January 22, 1941, otherwise the property 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, Baltimore, Maryland. Date of first publication, December 23, 1940, Notice is hereby given that on August 21, 1940, one 1938 Ford Coach, Motor No. 18-4407946, with accessories was seized in New Hanover County, North Carolina, for violation of the Internal Revenue Laws, to-wit: Sec tions 2807 and 3321, I. R. C. Any per son claiming an interest in said prop erty must appear at the office of In vestigator 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 January 22. 1941, otherwise the property will be dis posed of according to law. R. E. Tuttle District Supervisor. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Several RADIO BARGAINS Table CO Qt up Models QJ.yj Console CIO QC UP Models EAST TERMS Sneeden - York 119 Market St. Dial 9761 DAILY CROSSWORD 1. False 5. Troubles 9. Endures 11. Merciless 12. Maxim 13. Coloring agent for hair 14. Jewel 15. Solemn wonder 17. Breach 18. Wide-awake 20. Mark left by wound 23. Drenched 27. Public carnages 28. No one 29. Undivided 80. Veteran (abbr.) 31. Sport 32. Molded masses of bread 34. Run swiftly 35. To claim as due 36. Employs 37. Plague 39. Organ of hearing 42. Part of needle 43. To be in debted to 46. Monk 48. River em bankment 50. Colors slightly 51. Young chicken 52. Purpose 53. Whirlpool DOWN 1. Male deer 2. Conceal 3. First man ' 4. Girl’s name 5. Anger * 6. RespiraUoi organ 7. Siberian' river 8. Hit 10. Marine mammal 11. Cigar 16. A day 18. Land measures 19. Vat. 20. Reprove 21. Light boat 22. Opposite middle of ship’s side 24. Couches 25. Bring out 26. Units of forces 30. Covers with fine wood 33. Cistern 34. Regret 38. Individual 39. Newts 40. Melody 41. Enclosed skating area 43. Roman poet 44. Obnoxious plant "' gBj! Tciterdsy’J *u«tr 45.'Weird 47. Devoured 49. Before ~ FOOLED | PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 39. (AP)—How European investi gators were fooled by the mag ic of the Yoruba Diviners or advisers of Nigeria, Africa, was told to the American Associa tion for the Advancement of Science today. Dr. William R. Bascom, an thropologist of Northwestern university, spent 11 months to catch the point. The Nigerian client goes to the diviner wijh a personal problem the nature of which he carefully conceals from the magic man. The fact that the magician also does not try to find out what this problem may be, Dr. Bascom uid, is what fool ed investigators. The diviner makes up some verses and re cites them to the client. The verses are designed to answer many different personal trou bles. The client chooses the one he thinks fits his secret, and, humans being much the same everywhere, likely as not the answer does fit. Fireman Is Killed In Georgia Train Wreck MANCHESTER, Ga., Dec. 29.— CP)—Fireman Lonnie Smith of an Atlanta, Birmingham and Coast local passenger train en route to its Waycross, Ga., terminal from Atlanta died of injuries received when the engine, baggage and mail car overturned near here to day. Engineer B. A. Richards was severely scalded, but none of the 28 passengers in two cars that re mained upright was injured. Smith died shortly after being removed from the wrecked en gine. Both he and Richards were residents of Fitzgerald, Ga. Cause of the derailment, which occurred on a curve, has not been determined, railway officials said. King Ibn Saud Smashes Plot Against Regime CAIRO, Egypt, Dec. 29.—(iP)—Sau di Arabia’s legation announced to day that King Ibn Saud had smash ed a plot to overthrow his regime with the arrest of six persons, one of whom he said has been put to death. The plot was believed to haVe in cluded plans to assassinate Ibn Saud but the legation said the supposed conspirators had no popular support. The leader was said to be Sherif Abdul Hamid Ibn Ohn, a relative of Amir Abdullah Ibn Hussein of Trans jordan and of the Royal Family of Iraq. The others were his servants. *Christian Science* Is Topic Of Lesson-Sermon “Christian Science” was the sub ject of the lesson-sermon in all Christian Science churches and so cieties yesterday. The Golden Text was from Mat thew 13:33. “The kingdom of heav en is like unto leaven, which a woman took, and hid in three measures of meal, till the whole was leavened.” Among the citations which com prised the lesson-sermon were the following from the Bible: “O thou aflicted, tossed with tempest, and not comforted, behold, I will lay thy stones with fair colours, and lay thy foundations with sapphires. And all thy children shall be taught of the Lord; and great shall be the peace of thy children. This is the heritage of the servants of the Lord, and their righteousness is of me, saith the Lord.” (Isaiah 54:11, 13, 17 beginning at period). The lesson-sermon also include the following passages from the Christian Science textbook, Science and Health with Key to the Scrip tures by Mary Baker Eddy: “In the year 1866, I discovered the Christ Science or divine laws oi Life, Truth, and Love, and named my discovery Christian Science. For three years after my discov ery, I sought the solution of this problem of Mind-healing, searched Scriptures and read little else, kept aloof from society, and de voted time and energies to discov ering a positive rule. The search was sweet, calm, and bouyant with hope, not selfish nor depressing. I knew the principle of all har monious Mind-action to be God, and that cures were produced in primitive Christian healing by holy uplifting faith; but I must know the Science of this healing, and 1 won my way to absolute conclu sions through divine revelation, reason, and demonstration.” (Pages 107 and 109). 1 On Winds Of Song j (Continued from Page Eight) to sing is something I’ve never seen in the notes on paper. I feai strange and lifted.” She was close then to something that she did not know about her self. She had seen, for a brief mo ment, above the mountain broad and high that was rising in her path. s(To Be Continued) PLAN GUERRILLA WAR NEW YORK, Dec. 29.—(TP)—Tho British radio in a broadcast heard by CBS said tonight 5,000 Rumanian iron Guards meeting at Klausenburg (Cluj), near the new Hungarian bor der, resolved to carry on guerrilla warfare against Hungary until rransyivania is fully restored to Ru mania. I SUPERMAN Tit for Tat By Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster Copyright 1940. McClure Newspaper Syi IN AN EFFORT TO ASSIST V" EUSTACE WOSONf ASHY INDIVIDUAL, (' SUPERMAN V HAS DISGUISED HIM SELF AS WATSON, AND AGREED TO WE HIS PLACE FOR ONE DAY. BUT NOW, AS THE PSEUDO WATSON ENTERS THE CARLSON CON STRUCTION COMRWV HE IS GREETED BY THE IRATE OFFICE MANAGER. I%i?1 Syndic.!* * THIS IS UNRA6D0NABUE! V WATSON-YOU ABE ^OURL^E!^ MDU DONTSAV? WELL-THANK YOI FOB CALLING IT TO MY ATTENTION 1 *-***11 S NO.-1 MIGHT1 ADDWfMTO BE THE FUTURE ENEBN.MANA5R :THIS FIRM,AND F YOU WANT D ONTO YOU B *NT POSITION/ BETTER BE TOME!^ WE'LL BEGIN WITH THBCT FftPERS YOU PUT ON MV \ DESK. YOU ATTEND TOrl >THEM i BUT-IT WILL^ f^Hl^TAKE ME WELL,WELL! IF TT ISKt)H THE NEW GENERAL MANtf3Efc-Y0U THINK!/B "WT FEELIMS PUWHJL ^||JBtH6 MOCKING, EH?