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J-^rT^IrEV NEW. LARGE! N'°'V ,r«"i:s Grace St. Shacke] quarter-. Service. Any-makc jflgV. mi_ J'TWUltimo IS MISBEHAA) IF Our prices are right ist'Guaranteed. Thrif-T Store! Pignut St. Dial 3972. Real Estate ^rT&JuTf-Oi- 20 Years vou wish to Buy, Sell 'or Trade, see us. «• V Hewlett, Realtor jj4 princess St. -Dial 7138 -T^i^TALS-INVESTMENT cJoore-Fonvielle Realty Co. ^are equipped to serve you, i RENTALS & SALES L1 With Us- *-1 S,,rvlce | . .r, Harriss. 120 Princess St. ' ‘ .. rnT 138X252 NEAR EAST Entrance Forest Hills, faces SUet street; deep well, Stic tank, trap. Beautiful home-site or business location. Large pecan trees. T,V0 CORNERS HIGHWAY near 7 mile post., inter •ection with Gordon Road excellent locations for busi •« -Service stations, tour ists cabins, barbecue stands. , rT FACING GREENFIELD Lake 50x2H, cheap; also one highway, same location, near Fair Grounds. , KT YOUR PROPERTIES with us—we can sell them quick and right. meares harriss Dial 4043 223 Princess St. ,7'V0U~HAVK PROPERTY ON Wrifflitsville Beach, Harbor Isla.c or Wrightsville Sound, I havi prospects who will rent or buy H C. Johnson. Phone 7559-W. REAL ESTATE VALUES ATLANTIC AND BREEZ ' land cottages, Wrlghtsville Beach, with combined capa city of 45 bed rooms and 5 baths, offers a very unusual opportunity for investment. Can arrange early posses sion. 425 SO, 3RD ST., TEN ROOM brick home, with 3 baths and furnace; hardwood floors. >7 GRACE ST., GOOD DOWN town location for tourist or boarders; very conservative price. tilt SO. 3RD. 10 ROOM BRICK home; large lot; eve are quot ing the old price. 613 GRACE ST., TWO APART ments, lot 33x165. 11 WRIGHTS VILLE AVE., six rooms, lot 40x113; terms. 315 NO. 16TH ST., ATTRAC tive corner bungalow of six rooms. Many other listings. H. F. WILDER REALTOR w. G. James, Salesman 207 Princess St. Phone 4932 FOR SALE: VERY ATTRACTIVE lot in Block 16. Sunset Park. This offerine is really an opportunity D- A, Lockfaw, Phone 7610, MEW HOME. WINTER PARK, rooms. Bath. Garaee. Large lot, PRICED RIGHT. TERMS. A REAL OPPORTLTNITY, act quickly. REAL BARGAINS, Country Lancs. NOW IS THE TIME FOR INVESTMENTS’. FRANK G. HARRISS __12» Princess Street SEAGATE FOR SALE Convenient 6 rooni soli<J brick bungalow located on Corner tot on New Wrightsville high "ay. Room? consist of living room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms and bath. ,Ucit\a f6w rninutes drive from SPLENDID TERMS MOORE - FONVIELLE REALTY company "REALTORS” 201 Princess Street or Dial 4438-4439 LwT Fonvielle, Pres. . - T\. Moore, Vice-Pres. D. Jones, See.-Treas. Salesmen Douis o. Fonvielle Paul A. Bergen Lloyd W. Moore ^ORsatV:—:— and lot fnJ. ?IX Room house *RpT®le Price $950. Ap street. ' thje"’ 1019 North Sixth -^_ Helrigeration Service ^^•Anv^°N SERVICE! ANY shacke]fnrrt’M°del. George Miller, Graoe. phone ^ Seeds and Plants Cobb‘e5? POTATOES lespedplt! ’ Chippewa, Katahdins Onion Set,,81113, Carpet Grass 0Rncc!4?1'l-,Garderi Seed illit?8 SEED CO. PLA^r-7-l-L____Dial 6868 »aad fruitRV?’ REARING PECAN v'ee' Ba«F p ees now. Catalogue ben°n. Miss C8n comPany, Lum 155 Seeds and Plant; r»° *• m. TOMATO, PEPPER SEED ONION ' c'hckfi lettuc‘ P'«t.OIBa°b” .' bush*’® Seed store?UlPment' SEED POTATOES • JUST ARRIVED PROM MAINE 0 den Peas’P^bbaBi? Planta' nVPe?per> Tomato, Radish, Turnip, Mustard, Carrot Ran* ■ pl°eUs ry Remedies' Feed’ and Supl T. W. WOOD & SONS 317 North Front St. Dial 4620 100 Situations Wanted E v^IEmCER YOUNG MAN 18 °'<? desires position as typist and general office worker. _Answer XYZ. Care of Star-News. PIptactiIcaf‘L NURSE DESIRES fnTf™ TLams or Position car Hfyne, Nhcdren- B°x 62’ Castle 158 Shoe Repairing WE REPAIR leather jackets, ggage. Horse Harness as well as Shoes. Open until 7 P. M., except _Diada7y524. 6 J°6 Sh°e Repair’ the SHOE DOCTOR — WE TAKE old, worn-out shoes, make them ™W, a?ain- Cinderella Repair Dept. Dial 4887. 170 Wanted' “ YOUNG COUPLE DESIRES FUR nished bedroom, kitchenette and PatlV Rrivate home preferred. Write H. M.,’ care Star-News. WE HAVE CLIENTS WAIT ING' CAN RENT YOUR VA CANT HOUSES AND APTS NOW ! DON’T WAIT CALL US TODAY. MARSHALL REALTY CO. 216 Princess St. Dial 5092 WANTED 100 Desirable Listings of Homes For Sale in convenient loca tions. Also good investment property. WE HAVE THE CLIENTS!!! WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO OFFER? The Service of Our Expert Real Estate Staff is at your dis posal. See us immediately. MOORE-FONVIELLE REALTY COMPANY “REALTORS” 201 Princess Street or Dial 4438-4439 W. A. Fonvielle, Pres. Lloyd W Moore, Vice-Pres. W. D. Jones, Sec.-Treas. Salesmen Louis O. Fonvielle Paul A. Bergen Lloyd W. Moore WANTED USED BABY CAR riage in good condition. Dial 5733 Monday. WANTED—TO HEAR FROM owner of farm or unimproved land for sale. Wm. Hawley, Baldwin, Wis. WILL THE GENTLEMAN WHO had conversation with attorney W. F. Jones, on 7 a. m. Bus leav ing Wilmington for Spartanburg, Dec. 29, 1940 please communi cate with Mr. Jones or Mrs. Eu genia D. Taylor, Whiteville, N. _C. WANTED: 2 OR 3 ROOM, UNFUR nished apartment. Must be rea sonable. Answer "A. A.,” care Star-News. Dial 6715. LIST YOUR VACANT HOUSES OR apartments with us. We have a long list of army officers desiring furnished or unfurnished homes or apartments. Our service will please you. Foster-Hill Realty Co., dial 3371. WANTED: TO CONTACT TRUCK or Van returning from New York empty, to pick up load in New York City. Dial 6764, WANTED: TO BUY OIL CIRCULA tor Must be cheap for cash. Dial 3301._ • 180 Legal NOTICE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, COUNTY OF NEW HANOVER. In the Matter of the Administra tion of the Estate of M. T. Craig, > Deceased. s : Notice is hereby given that the : undersigned duly qualified as Exec- I utrix under the Will of the late M. : T. Craig on the 23rd day of Decern- • ber. 1S40. All persons indebted to ■ said Estate are hereby requested to ] make immediate payment of such | indebtedness to the undersigned. All persons having claim against said Estate are hereby notified to file the same with the undersigned, in writ ing and duly verified, on or before one year after the date of this Notice, or this Notice may be pleaded in bar of any recovery. This 3rd day of January, 1941. VANNIE CRAIG, Executrix under the Will of _M. T. Craig, Deceased. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF STATE (Seal) . , .. Preliminary Certificate of Dissolution TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS MAY COME— GREETING: WHEREAS, It appears to my sat isfaction, by duly authenticated record of the proceedings for the vol untary dissolution thereof by the unanimous consent of all the stock holders, deposited in my office, that the Cement Products Cqmpany, a corporation of this State, whose prin cipal office is situated at No. - Street, in the City of Wilmington, County of New Hanover, State of North Carolina (Milton Calder, Sec retary, being the agent therein and in charge thereof, upon whom pro cess may be served), has complied - with the requirements of Chapter 22, Consolidated Statutes, entitled “Cor- L [80Legal porations,” preliminary to the issuing of this Certificate of Dissolution: NOW. THEREFORE, I, Thad Eure, Secretary of State of the State pf North Carolina, do hereby certify that the said corporation did on the 4th day of January, 1941, file in my office a duly executed and attested consent in writing to the dissolution of said corporation, executed by all the stockholders thereof, which said consent and the record of the pro ceedings aforesaid are now on file in my said office as provided by law. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I have hereto set my hand and affixed my official seal at Raleigh, this 4th day of January, A. D., 1941. THAD EURE, Secretary of State. (SEAL.) ■, I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy of the Certificate of Secretary of State duly recorded in Book of Corporations H at Page 480, New Hanover County. LOIS J. WARD, Deputy Clerk Superior Court. NOTICE! STATE OP NORTH CAROLINA: BRUNSWICK COUNTY: IN THE SUPERIOR COURT. H. M. SHANNON V. WILMINGTON, BRUNSWICK & SOUTHERN RAILROAD COMPANY To each and every person claim ing to be interested in the assets be longing to the Wilmington, Bruns wick & Southern Railroad Company or its Receiver, be they stockholders or persons interested only in the con tinued operation of its public utility properties, are hereby notified that the above entitled cause has been set lown for hearing on the first day of the next succeeding term of the Su perior Court of Brunswick County, be it a Special or a Criminal term pf said Court, at which time the Court will hear applications for al lowances to the Receiver for his services and such other matters as may be then presented to the Court for its determination or decision, and let all such interested parties take notice that if they or any one of :hem fails to appear and present to he Court their respective views or intentions the Court will enter such Order in the premises as it may de ;ermine wise or proper and all per sons will be thereafter held bound py such Order or Orders. This the 10th day of January, 1941. M. J. CORBETT, Receiver. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Garden Seeds Fresh Seeds to Plant Now Garden Peas, Onion Sets, T ornate Pepper, Eggplnat, collard, turnip, mustard, kale, spinach, beets, carrot radish, cabbage, lettuce seed, etc. Keep the garden working the year 'round. ■ — '--■■■ ■■ i - i, k CABBAGE, LETTUCE, ONION & STRAWBERRY PLANTS FRESH DAILY NURSERY STOCK Set out now—due fresh daily: Aborvitaes. Box wood Nandinas, Ca mellia . Japonicas, Gar d e n i a s, Hydrangeas, Pittisporums, Azalaes, Norway Spruce, etc. Large assortment, 25c and up. PANSY PLANTS, Swiss Giants, 8” blooms, 25c dot. Also Hardy Candy- | tuft, Thrift, Violets, English Ivy, ■ English Daisies. f ROUDABUSH'S SEED STORE 31 S. Front Dial 6030 ♦ SEED POTATOES Cobblers — Bliss — Chippewa — Kaiahdins Certified and Select Strains Lespedeza and Carpel Gras*: ONION SETS| \ TUXEDO FEEDS | COMPLETE STOCKS GARDEN AND TRUCK CROP SEEDS CROSS SEED CO. 12 MARKET STREETDIAL 6868 i WOOD'S PEDIGREE AND CERTIFIED I I SEED POTATOES I : JUST ARRIVED FROM MAINE | \ FOR EARLY VEGETADLES I < * c nv 1 |jm tvAfiv Garden Peas, Onion Sets, Cabbage Plants, % I JTliAIl 1 XlUW Peppers, Tomatoes, Mustard, Radish, * : Carrots, Beets, etc. * f _ * : * c See Our Complete Line of * : >. Planet, Jr., Garden Plows, Seed Drills, Harrows, etc. * * -* 9k T. W. Wood & Sons | 317 NORTH FRONT STREET DIAL 4620 % jiiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiniiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiimmmiimiimiiiiiiniiiiiiniiimiiimimiiiiimiiinmiiiiiniii:f~~] | Flinikoie Asphalt & Asbestos Roofing | | Celotex Guaranteed Insulation | | Rot - Proof Fir Windows | | Hi - Quality Doors 1 | Lucas Paints | I Plywood I | Brick ... Lime ... Cement ... Plaster | | Other Building Materials | ! “Where Your Building Dollar Goes a Long Way”- I 1 Becker Coal & Builders' Supply Company = DIAL 7761 F | 612 Surry Street Wilmington, N. C. = !Hiuiiiiiiiiimi[iiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiuiiiimmiminii[iiiiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiniiiiiiimiiimmmii])iii[iimiiiiii| [ Closing Bond Quotations BI THE ASSOCIATED PKESS GOVERNMENT Treasury 3%s 56-46 _ 114.20 216s 53-49 _107.1 214 53-51 - 104.26 2s 55-53 _ 102.27 27/8s 60-55 _I_109.12 2%s 65-60 __ 108.21 HOME OWNERS LOAN l!4s 47-45 _^_102.17 Final bond sales, $4,365,300. DOMESTIC At and Sf 4s 95_109 % B and O Cvt 416s 60_ 18 C and O 4%s 92_13114 C B and Q 4!4s 77_ 78 Chi E III 5S 51_ 16% Chi Gt West 4s 59_ 33 Cri and P Rfg- 4s 34_ 8% Clev Un Term 516 s 72_ 8916 Erie Rf 5s 67 __ 18% Hud Coal 5s 62a_ 29 % Hud and Man Rfg 5s 57_ 47 Int Mer Mar 6s 41__ 75^ L and N 4%s 2003 _100 Mo Pac Gen 4S 75_ 1% N Y C Rf 5s 2013_ 69 Norf Pac 6s 2047 _ 69 Penn R R Gen 4%s 65_I 108 Phil Read c and I Cv 6s 49 ... 5 S A L Cn 6s 45_ 6% So Pac Rfg 4s 55_ 63% So Ry Cn 5s 49_ 92% So Ry Gen 4s 56_ 63% Third Ave 4s 60_ 63 West Md 4s 52_ 95% FOREIGN Australia s 5 _ 60% Australia 4%s 56_ 53 Brazil 6%s 26-57 _ 15% Ger Govt 7s 49_ 12 Italy 7s 1951_ 44% Japan 6%s 54_ 63% Orient Dev 5%s 58_ 40 Closing Stock Quotations BY THE ASSOCIATED OKESS Adams Exp__ 6 % Air Reduct _ 41% Alaska Jun_ 4% A1 Chem and Dye_155 Allis Chal Mfg_ 34% Am Can _ 90% Am Car Fdy _ 29% Am Rad and St S_ 6% Am Roll Mill___ 14% Am Smelt and Ref_ 42% Am Sug Ref_ 16 At and T_ 166% Anaconda _ 25% Arm 111_ 1% At and Sf_ 23% ACL- 16% Atl Ref_ 23% Aviat Corp_,_ 4% Baldwin _ 16 % B and O_ 3% Bendix Aviat_ 36% Beth Stl _ 85% Boeing Airpl_ 18% Borden _ 19 % Borg Warner_ 18% iSriggs Mfg- 23% Budd Mfg_ 4% Budd Wheel_ 6% Burl Mills . 18% Bur Add Mach_ 8% Calumet and Hec_ 6% Can Dry_ 13% Can Pac_ 3% Caterpil Trac _- 47% Ches and O _!_ 43% Chrysler_ 67% Coca Cola_104 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY TELEPHONE 7761 Colum G and E___ \y% Coml Credit_ 29 Com; Solv_ 10% Comwlth and Sou___ % Consol Edis_ 28% Con Oil _;_ 5% Cont Can _ 38 Corn Prod _ 45% Curtiss Wright_ 9 Curtiss Wright A_ 28 Doug Aire_ 74% Dow Chem_134 Du Pont___154% Eastman Kod_138% Elec Pow and Lt_ 3% Firestone_ 18% Freeport Sul _ 38 Gen Elec_ 34% Gen Foods_ 38 Gen Mot_ 44% Gillette_ 3% Goodyear _ 19% Graham Paige _ 15-16 Gt Nor Ry Pf. 27% Hud Mot___ 4% Hupp Mot___ 9-16 111 Cent___ 8 Int Harvest _ 50% Int Nick Can_ 26% Int Tel and Tel_ 2% •Johns Man _ 62 Kennecott _ 33% Kinney _ 29 Kroger Groc_,__ 28% Libby O F G1 . 37% Ligg and Myers B_ 95% Loews_ 33% Lorillard_ 19% Louis and Nash_ 69% Mack Truck -. 31% McCrory Stores _ 14% Mont Ward_ 37% Nash Kelv- 4% Nat Biscuit _ 17% Nat Dairy Prod- 1S% Nat Dist- 22% Nat Lead_ 17 Nat Pow and Lt- 6% N Y Cent -- 14 % No Am Aviat- 16% Nor Pac_ 7% Ohio Oil _ 7% Pac G and E- 28% Packard - 3% Param Fix- 11% Penny J C- 84% Penn R R_ 23% Phillips Pet_ 37% Pub Svc N J- 29 Pullman- 27 % Pure Oil- 8 Radio_ 4% Rad K O..-.— 3% Rem Rand_ 9% Rep Stl - 21% Reynolds B_ 33% Seab A L- 3-16 Seab Oil- 15 Sears- 75% Socony Vac- 3% Sou Pac- 10% Sou Ry_ 33% Sperry_ 36% Std Brands- 6 Vs Std Oil Cal- 19% Std Oil Ind_ 27% Std Oil N J - 34% Stewart Warner_ 8% CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Chick Brooders 3(H) capacity oil- $8.75 500 capacity oil_ 9.75 1,000 capacity oil- 10.75 Newest 1941 models with thermostat. Set-up, ready for use. Battery Brooders, oil and electric, $3.25 and up. 100 capacity electric- $2.75 Feeders, waterers, founts, legbands, glass cloth, thermometers, nest eggs, etc. We have very complete stock all poultry equipment. $1.00 dozen $7.50 hundred \ Healthy, hlood * tested highest quality chicks. H Reds, Rocks, Leghorns, etc. Start your early fryers and layers now. ROUDABUSH'S SEED STORE 31 South Front Dial 6030 RAIL LOANS CAP WEEK OF CLIMI Many Utility And Industris Bonds Also Show Im provement NEW YORK, Jan. 25.—(IP:—Rai: loans capped a week of persister strength with further gains toda: Many utility and industrial issue also improved but demand was les insistent. In the foreign dollar list Danisl Japanese and Australian bonds ros sharply. A few sales in xj. s. go\ ernments were recorded at losse running to 15-32d point. Main reason for popularity of th earners, brokers said, was the pro; pect that 1941 traffic and revenue would run at high levels as defens and civilian needs expanded. Th carriers, it was added, were give: preferential rating in excess profit tax schedules. Marked up fractionally were sue: issues as' Baltimore & Ohio stampe convertibles at 18, Erie 5s of '75 a 18 3-4, Illinois Central 45 1-4, Soutl era Railway 4s at 63 1-4, Souther Pacific 4 l-2s of '68 at 49, Nicke Plate 4 l-2s at 62 3-8 and Missoul Kansas Texas 5s of '62 at 16. Also ahead were Internationt Telephone 5s at 41 1-2. Texas Corr 3s at 104 3-4, and Bethlehem Stee 3 l-2s at 10C 1-4. American & Foreign Power 5s los 3-4 at 56 1-2 in lively trade. Denmark 4 l-2s jumped to 41 1 and the 6s were up 1 at 40. Japai 6 l-2s added 1 1-8 at 63 1-2 am Brisbane 5s moved ahead at 63. Turnover of $4,365,300, face value compared with $3,926,600 a week ago NEW YORK COTTON NEW YORK, Jan. 25.—<a>)—Cot ton futures sold off to final net los ses of 3 tc 6 points today after a pc riod of irregularity. A last minute flurry of selling b; Bombay, spot houses and the souti turned the market to the down side. Open High Low Close Mch. _ 10.43 10.44 10.40 10.40 Off May .. 10.45 10.47 10.43 10.43 Off July __ 10.35 10.38 10.34 10.34 Off Oet. .. 9.91 9.92 9.88 9.88nOff Dec. 9.87 9-87 9.83 9.83 Off Jan..— - 9.78nOff Middling spot 10.89n, off 5. n—Nominal. •i _ NEW ORLEANS COTTON NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 25.—<JF)_ Cotton futures were easy here toda' under week-end long liquidation. Clot ing prices were steady 1 point ne lower. Open High Low Close Mch. .. 10.46 10.47 10.46 10.43b May __ 10.48 10.50 10.48 10.47b July .. 10.39 10.43 10.39 10.40 Off Oct. __ 9.94 9.95 9-94 9.91b Dec. 9.89b_ 9.86b Jan._9.86b_ 9.83b Mch. (1942) 9.82b_ 9.79b b—Bid. Answers To Cranium Crackers (Questions on the Comic Page) 1. Pocahontas, also known as Matoaka, reportedly saved Capt John Smith in 1607. 2. Marie Antoinette married Louis XVI in 1774, was beheaded during the French Revolution, ir 1793. 3. Queen Isabella of Spain aided Columbus in 1492. 4. Queen Cleopatra of Egypt was a favorite with Julius Caesar and Mark Antony. 5. Joan of Arc was burned at the stake in 1431. Studebaker _ 7% Swift - 23% Tex Corp - 38% Tex Gulf Prod_ 3% Tex Gulf Sul_ 37% Timken Det Ax_____ 32 Trans Amer_ 4% Trans and West Air_ 15% Un Carb_ 67% Un Pac- 81% Unit Aire _ 41% Unit Corp _ 1% Unit Drug_ 4% Unit Fruit _ 68 Unit Gas Imp _ 10% U S Ind Alco ,___ 26% U S Rub_ 23 U S Steel _ 67% Vanadium _ 31% Warner Pic_ 3% Western Union _; 21% West Elec and Mfg_100% Wilson _ 5% Wool worth _ 33% Yel T and C. 15% Youngs S and T_ 39% Total sales, 219,400. CURB Asso G and El A-• % Cities Service_ 4% El Bond and Sh_ 3% Gulf Oil _ 32% CLASSIFIED DISPLAY -- I A MASTERPIECE! That’s what you’ll say about the repair job we do on your shoes! Expert workers and quality ma terials are the reason. i CINDERELLA REPAIR DEPT. 105 Princess St. Dial 4887 Mild Rally Leaves Stock I Mart Without Real Gain ---* Local Stocks And Bonds s (Quotations furnished by t Allen C. Ewing and Co.) s STOCKS s Atlantic Coast Line Company of Connecticut — common, bid, 18% ■ asked, 19%. ’ ..Tho Carolina Insurance Company ' s of Wilmington, bid, 28%; asked, 30%. 1 Carolina Power and Light Co.—$7 s Preferred, bid, ill; asked, 112%. | Carolina Power and Light Co.—$7 , Preferred, bid, 10S; asked, 109%. 3 Massachusetts Investors Trust, bid, 1 • 17.96; asked, 19.31. 3 Peoples Savings Bank and Trust < ; Company, bid, SO; asked, 32. j „ Remington Arms Co., Inc.—com mon, bid, 5%; asked 6%. ’ Cecurtij National Bank of Greens 5 boro, bid. 15; asked, 17. Taylor-Colquitt Company, bid, 29% ; 1 3 asked 31%. i 1 Tide Water Power Co.—$6 Cumu- < t lative Pfd.. bid, 30; asked, 35. . Wilmington Savings and Trust ‘ Company, bid, 30: asked, 32. 1 BONDS 1 A. C. L. R. R.—First Consolidated 1 i Mortgage 4’s due 1952, bid, 77% ( asked, 78%. . A. C. L. R. R. Co.—L. and N. Col lateral Trust 5's due 1952, bid, . % ; ■ asked, 74. I A. C. L. R. R.—Collateral Trust 5’s 1 1945, bid, 80%; asked 82. t A. C. L. R. R. — General Unified Mortgage 4%’s due 1964, bid, 65’%; . > asked, 66. Florida East Coast Rwy. — First 1 1 and Refunding 6’s due 1974, bid, 7% ; ! I asked, 8. I Charleston and Western Carolina j Rwy.—First 5's due 1946, bid, 101; i asked, 103. (All quotations nominal and sub- c ject to change without notice.) 1 CHICAGO GRAIN Open High Low Close WHEAT: May_ 8574 86% 85% 8574 July_ 80% 80% 79 79 Sep. - 80% 85% 79% 79% CORN: May —. 63 63% 63 63 > July_ 63% 6374 63% 63% ! Sep. _ 63% 63% 63% 63% i OATS: > May_ 36% 36 74 36% 36-% > July _ 33% 33% 33% 33% > SOYBEANS: J uly_ 91% 9 1 74 9 374 93% May_ 98% 98% 97% 9774 J4L 74 74 74 etaoin shrdlu cmfw shr May_ 46% 4 5 74 4 5 % 45% - July_ 46% 47 4674 4674 ’ Sep. _ 47% 47% 47 47 LARD: - Mar.__ _ - -- 6.65 May.- 6.77 6.82 6.77 6.82 July_ 6.97 7.00 6.97 7.00 Sep. _ 7.15 7.17 7.15 7.17 BELLIES: May__ _ _11.47 BALTIMORE HOGS BALTIMORE, Jan. 25.—(TP)—(US Dept. Agr.)—Hogs 3,600. Mostly 10 higher than Friday; practical top 8.95; good and choice 180—240 lbs 8.70—95; 250—300 lbs 8.40—64; 160— 180 lbs 8.55—80; 150—160 lbs 8.45— 70; 140—150 lbs 8.30—55; 130—140 lbs 8.00—25; 120—130 lbs 7.80—8.05. Packing sows 6.55—7.05. Compared with week ago: Mostly 10—20 lower; light lights and pigs off most. Pack ing sows only 5 lower. POTATOES BALTIMORE, Jan. 25.—(AO Sweet potatoes, slightly stronger. Eastern Shore Maryland bu bas Goldens US Is 1.50—75, Jerseys US Is, 1.35—50, white yams US Is, 1.25— 50; Nancy Halls US Is 1.25—40. North Carolina bu bas Porto Ricans US Is 1.40—60, ungraded 90—1.00, Nancy Halls US Is 1.25—40. Nearby bu bas Goldens and Jerseys US Is 1.25—50; bu hampers 1.15—35, few higher. N. C. HOGS RALEIGH, Jan. 25.—UP)—(NCDA) —Rocky Mount hogs steady, top 7.90. CHARLOTTE SPOT CHARLOTTE, Jan. 25—UP)—Spot cotton 10.40. 180 Legal AP’s Average Of 60 Issues Unchanged; Net Loss Shown For Week By FREDERICK GARDNER NEW YORK, Jan. 25.—UPl—Indus trial stocks displayed mild rallying inclinations in today’s brief market but the list, as a whole, finished a generally unsatisfactory week with out getting anywhere in particular. The Associated Press average of 60 issues again was unchanged at 43.7 and. on the six-day stretch, showed a net loss of .1 of a point. Except for Wednesday’s advance of .2, the composite had made no progress since Jan. 20. Dealings Decline Dealings for the two-hour session dropped to 219,400 shares, small est aggregate since Oct. 19. They compared with 249.180 last Satur day. The week’s volume of around 2,500,000 shares was the lowest in about four months. The day’s business news was fair ly encouraging but many custom ers, brokers said, still were unable to find any real good reason for expanding . commitments at this time pending war development and action by congress on taxes and the lend-lease legislation. Steels, motors and meat packing company shares were relatively popular. The latter generally re sponded to signs of rising prices for foods. Armour prior preferred jumped 3 1-4 points on revived hopes dividends may be declared on this stock in the next few months. Wilson preferred was up 2 1-2 to a new 1940-41 top. Slightly improved were Cudahy and Wilson and Armour common. Packing stocks were the most active of the day. Norfolk & Western advanced 2 1-2 to 215 on two sales. Fractional gains were retained by U. S. Steel, Bethlehem, Chrys ler, General Motors, Sears Roe buck, Consolidated Edison, Boeing, Douglas Aircraft, Anaconda, Santa I* e, N. Y. Central, Westinghouse, Du Pont and J. C. Penney. Dow Chemical and Eastman Kodak were up better than a point each. A bit behind were Southern Rail way, Great Northern, General Elec tric, Glenn Martin, Kennecott and U. S. Gypsum. j CHICAGO POTATOES CHICAGO, Jail. 25.—(A1)—(U. S. Dept. Agr.)— Potatoes: Arrivals 111; on track 470; total U. S. shipments 566; old stock supplies heavy; de mand slow; dull and weak; sacked per cwt. Idaho russet t*rbanks U. S. 1, 1.40-55; Colorado red AlcClures U. S. 1, 1.40; Nebrask bliss triumphs U. S. 1, 1.35—55; Minnesota and North Dakota cobblers 75 per cent or more U. S- 1, 92 1-2—1.05; bliss tri umphs 80 — 85 per cent U. S. 1, 85—1.02 1-2; Wisconsin round whites U. S. 1, 1.00; r/w stock supplies moderate; demand very light; dull; Florida bushel crate bliss triumphs U. S. 1, 1.65 per crate. BUTTER AND EGGS CHICAGO, Jan. 25.—CP)—Butter 720,894; firmer; creamery, 93 score 30 1-2—3-4; 92, 30 1-4; 91, 30; 90, 29 3-4; 89, 29 1-4; 89, 28 3-4; 90, cen tralized carlots 30. Eggs, receipts 12,876; steady; prices unchanged. NORFOLK SLOT NORFOLK, Va„ Jan.' 25. — UP) — Spot cotton 5 points lower. Middling fair 10.80; middling 60.25; good ordi nary 8.10. Sales 51; receipts 0; ship ments 2; stock 31,632. PEANUTS SUFFOLK, Va-, Jan. 23. — '/PI — Peanut quotations: Jumbos 3 1-4 to 3.40; bunch 3 1-8 to 3 1-4; runn'i s 3 to 3 1-8. Market continues strong. 180 Legal STATEMENT OF CONDITION HANOVER BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Of Wilmington, N. C., As of December Mist, 19I(| (Copy of sworn statement submitted to insurance commissioner as required by law.) ASSETS The Association Owns: Cash on Hand and in Banks -' Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank - Mortgage Loans ------------ Money loaned to shareholders for the purpose of enabling them to own their homes. Each loan secured by first mortgage on local improved real estate. Share Loans - Advances made to our shareholders against their shares. No loan exceeds 90% of amount actually paid in. Accounts Receivable - Temporary Advances for Insurance, Taxes, Etc. Real Estate Owned _$22,887.72 Real Estate Sold Under Contract _ 847.29 Other Assets _ 8,742.99 3,000.00 73,57i.51 3,535.00 258.74 23,735.01 1,635.95 TOTAL ......$114,479 20 LIABILITIES The Association Owes: To Shareholders Funds entrusted to our care in the form of payments on shares as follows, Installment Shares _$47,155.00 Full-Paid Shares ....-_1 50,020.00 Running Shares_;_ 6,547.88 Other Shares _ Notes Payable, Federal Home Loan Bank - Notes Payable, Other _ Money borrowed for use in making loans to members, or retiring matured shares. Each note approved by at least two-thirds of entire Board of Directors as required by law. Accounts Payable __ Undivided Profits _ Earnings held in trust for distribution to share-holders , at maturity of their shares. Reserve for Contingencies - To be used for the payment of any losses, if sustained. This reserve increases the safety and strength of the Association. Other Liabilities - $104,622.88 .00 .00 .00 5,211.79 3,924.07 720.46 TOTAL ........$114,479.20 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA ss: COUNTY OF NEW HANOVER H. F. Wilder, Secretary-Treasurer of the above named Association personally appeared before me this day, and being duly sworn, says that the foregoing statement Is true to the best of his knowledge and belief. H. F. WILDER, „ , Secretary-Treasurer. Sworn to and subscribed before me, this 25 day of January, 1941. CATHERINE C. BROWN, Notary Public Commission expires 6-8-1941.