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S. mall and Star-News will see that any attempt I /defraud is promptly handled by the p 0. department. -- classified wuu L—Announcement* 2-Automotive. g,—Chiropractor. 10*_B ocir^ eii —Stationer*. 11 .-Builder* 12.—Baiiders1 SuppUea. Jl.Business Opportunities ll-Busmest Service. ^.-Business Sites. 2C.-Cleaners- -Dyers. 22.-Clothing. 2?.—Coal— W ood—Fuel Oil. ?C.-Dairy Product*. 32,-Dancing. 33...-Dogs—Cat*—Pets. 35.—Drugs. ,38,-Dry Cleaning—Press) ig. 41. —la tables. 42. -Eating Place*. tf.-ElectricaL 48. - -Feeds. 49. -Financial. 5C.—Floor Finisher*. ‘L-Floriat. 32,-For Rent. 53.—For Rent at Retort*. 55,-For Rent—Apartment*. ft-For Rent—Rooms. 62,-Room and Board. 65,-For Rent—House*. 7(X—For Sale. ^-Hardware. 15,-Household Gk>od*. 60 -Houses For Stele. K.-Help Wanted—Male. 90—Help Wanted—Fexatle. S5.-lnsurance. 100. -lnstruction. 101. —Jewelry. iC2.-Laundry. 104 -Loans. 105.—Lost and Found. 110, —Livestock. 111, -Miscellaneou*. 112, -Machinery. 118.—Music. 12C.—Otiice Equipment. 121.—Otiice For Rent. 125 -Paint-Papering. 126,-Plumbmg-Heating. 12.7 .—Printing. 130.—ProfessicneL 125.-Personal 1136.—Poultry l 139.-Mc and Repair*. I I5ti -Beal Bstate. I .W.-Mngeration Service. I &-&flj*-Piant»—Bulb*. I Jti-Suurions Wanted. | M.-Shoes. /A'-Tranfer and Storage. ^’•-Typewriter*. Wanted. keyed classified ads ARE STRICTLY CONFI DENTIAL AND WE POSI TIVELY WILL NOT DI VULGE THE IDENTITY OF the advertiser. 1—Announcements ATTENTION NOBLES An important meeting Monday Night, June 7th o’clock Masonic Reading Room. L. A. Raney '^BONDSMAN !' i.ou get in jail you'll need a ,, sman. Ask the arresting of Cer or jailor to phone me at toe. i’n get you out. p TOM WITHROW )“”;s - Home: 7490: Office 5113 !fl 2nd Floor Odd Fellowe -ElYYiYf ~ Opposite City Hall 7 b Go FISHING. RIDE ,,!e. bus to Stokleys, '• fights ville Terminal, ooats for rent, bait and tackle for sale. Beer and .ijft drinks. iN; A. CULBRETH, DENTIST, lust Bldg. Front and Market •cT, Phone 2-3212. ladies and mens suits p.‘°re,a tu Order, Alterations, tthr.u, elmg — Prices Reasonable failoring Co. 27 So. Front ‘omotive „ s ALE—FORD CAB-OVER t:,|ne’ ',8 model panel truck— sha g2,od ~ engine, body A-l St pe- Call 2-2465 or 404 Castle IfKK SEDAN, TWO" DOOR, owLgoodr,tlres- Clean, private Aimv ‘ cLUrpose sale» drafted in ice i.Shown a* McCoy** Serv ^ no V-2-3rd and Brunswick. -co $o6o 0q p Qjl) ^77-_ dco, ,}?-■ 1940 CHEVROLET 4 er CvTtan- 1941 Studebak Apn’va‘Ilpion’ 4-door sedan $825. station gcai5age next t° Pure Oil Icn Shipyard, —Automotive WANT a PRACTICALLY NEW iMi Chevrolet Fleetline Sedan with radio, heater and other ac cessories? We have one driven less than 7000 miles with five perfect tires. MacMillan Buick Co. Dial 9574. LONG MOTOR CO .... PACKARD and NASH 10th and Market.Phone 3211 FOR GOOD LATE MODEL USED cars see us before you buy Pe ters on-Barnes Cc. TRUCK FOR SALE, CHEVROLET ton half 1937 flat body good con dition, fair tires, price cheap Telephone 3161 or box 1003, City! WE BUY AND SELL GOOD clean late model automobiles. Roberts Auto Exchange. 13th Castle. Di_l 6734. Chevrolet and Pontiac Oldsmobile—GMC Sales and Service RANEY CHEVROLET CO. 406 Princess St. Dial 9621 WE BUY_AND SELL USED CARS Westbrook - Brown Motor Com pany. 113 N. 2nd St. Dial 5874. WASHING; LUBRICATION, POL ishing, and waxing. Wenberg Bros., 3rd Grace. Dial 2-3CS6. WE BUY & SELL GOOD CLEAN used cars. Howell Motor Co No. 7 No. 3rd St. 1939 CLEAN BLACK MERCURY 2 door, with white sidewall tires. Excellent condition. Call Harris Haskett, Mauldin Motor Co. 9973, 8.—Chiropractor HEADACHE, BACKACHE, NERV ousness, Dr. Mary J. Layton; 512 Southern Bldg. Phone 2-0128. 12.—Builders’ Supplies ROCK WOOL INSULATION WIN dow and door stripping the stand ard way. 36 mos. to pay. Free estimates. Dial 2-2285. STANDARD INSULATION CO. ROOFING BY BIRD &. SON Since 1795 Beautiful, Durable, Economical 111 No. Water St. Dial 2-3257 REROOF — RESIDE—INSULATE Asphalt, Asbestos, Roofing and siding. Bonded built up roofers. Free estimates anywhere. Write, wire or dial 7934, Carolina Roof ing Co., 2110 Metts Ave., Wil mington, N. C. NOTICE: SASH DOORS, BLINDS, Windows, Door Frames, Screens, Turned Columns, Cabinets. Old est, Best Equipped Shop in City. Roderick and Land. Dial 5229 USE STRONG-BILT WALL PAN els or our Many Purpose Wall Board, which give you efficient insulating value, approximately that of specialized insulation ma terials. Deadens sound and Beau tifies the home. Dial 2-3339, Smith Builders Supply, Inc. “FUEL IS A WEAPON OF WAR— don’t waste it!” Save Fuel. In sulate your home with Celotex Guaranteed Insulation. Dial Becker’s 7761. 22.—Clothing SEE THE MOST COMPLETE SE lection of sport coats in the city. Finklesteins, Front and Market. MEN! YOU CAN DRESS WELL save real money on clothing bill at Finklestein’s, Front and Mar ket Sts. 33.—Dogs—Cats—Pets CHOW PUPPIES] RED MALE $25.00; black female $15.00, Mor ris Warrick, 201 So. Leslie St., Goldsboro, N. C. 45.—Electrical MASON ELECTRIC CO. Electric Contractors 107 No. 3rd St. Dial 6782 35.—Drugs cet Us Fil Your Next PRESCRIPTION See Us For Your Drug Needs! BROOKLYN PHARMACY 902 No. 4th St. Dial 6676 NO ONE SELLS FOR LESS! 38.—Dry Cleaning—Pressing MODERN LAUNDRY CLEANERS Dyers, Hatters. 118-129 So. 17th street. Dial 7751. 48.—Feeds VITA-LIFE PIG AND HOG RA tion for thrifty pigs and quick er porkers. Keith Milling Co.. 110 No. Water St. DAIRYMEN THE DAIRY COW never fails her owner — unless the owner first fails the cow. In these critical times don’t fail your cow, help her to produce more milk. Feed QUAKER 16% Dairy Ration. J. J. Allen & Son. Dial 5762. TUXEDO FEEDS The Feeders Silent Partner CROSS SEED CO. 50. —Floor Finishers FLOOR SANDING MACHINES and edgers for rent. Enough machines for any size job. Dial 4758.__ FLOOR SANDING AND FINISH ing in Wilmington over twenty years. M. L. Brothers and Son. 201 No. 11th St. Dial 4758. SANDING AND FINISHING, ALL work guaranteed. Better service and better floors. Southern Floor Surfacing. 602 Castle. Phone 2-2951. 51. —Florist CUT FLOWERS, POT PLANTS, corsages, funeral designs. Quick deliveries. Blossom Shop, 11 So. Front. Dial 603Q._ > 63.—Room and Board ROOM AND BOARD 810 CEN tral Blvd. Men only—Three min utes from gate. Hot biscuit, hot shower, innerspring mattresses. 70.—For Sale KATHERINE K. CORSETS, foundation, surgical garments, scientificately designed, fit ev ery type . Mrs. Southerland. Dial 2-1871, ONE REBUILT JIM VAUGHN meat saw, one electric drinking fountain, one two hole Frigidaire ice cream cabinet. L. F. Solles. 902 Princess St. GASOLINE ALLEY— „. T T MIDNIGHT CALL 70.—For Sale FOR SALE: NEW 19 CUBIC FOOT 4-door Frigidaire, all porcelain $645.00 installed. Sutton Council Furniture Co., 318 No. Front St. RED COMET FIRE CONTROL equipment, hand and automatic, $1.75 up. W. H. Blake, 2112 Kensington Drive, Charlotte, N. CAN YOUR VICTORY GARDEN with Mallard’s jars. 35c per doz en. 112 So. 17th St. JUST RECEIVED CAST IRON frying pans, 3 sizes. Wash basins and dish pans. Carolina Furni ture Co., 617 No. 4th. Dial 4048. 16 FT. HOUSE TRAILER, ALSO two room factory built. Shipyard Trailer Camp, trailer No. 62. SPENCER CORSETS INDIVIDU ally designed health supports, men and women. Office hours 12:30 to 5:30. Sally Frocks, Dial 2-1860 or 6214. SHIPMENT OF COTTON HOOK ed rugs just received, $2.50 up. Also wool rugs. The Nancy Wil ma Shop, 112 N. Second St. TYPEWRITER — UNDERWOOD office model No. 5. Has just been completely rebuilt. 203 Church street or dial 5861. FOE SALE—BRAND NEW 1-6 H. P. electric motor $20. Dial 7065 after 6 p.m. ROCHELLE SERVICE STATION Market Street Road, Seven Mile Post. Going out of business have complete grocery stock and large beer stock to sell immediately. FOR SALE “NEW~PERFECTION white enamel 3-burner oil stove. 316 “C” Williamson Dr., Maffitt Homes. UNCLAIMED PLEDGES ★ Man’s yellow gold 3-stone diamond ring. 3 large dia monds over 1 carat $169.50 ★ Ladies yellow gold princess 3-4 carat. Perfect blue white_$295.00 ★ Ladies yellow go]d princess ring, 21 diamonds_$225.00 ★ Ladies 3-stone diamond ring yellow gold _ $69.50 ★ Ladies platinum diamond wedding band. Special $75.00 ★ Sterling silver service set with tray. Heavy weight _ $189.50 ★ Wardrobe trunks. Large se lection, all fine makes (new) _$59.95 up ★ Portable 3 way radio sets with batteries_$49.95 k Tenor saxophone with case .. $98.00 k Bass violin, full size, with new set of strings and bow . $135.00 FINKELSTEIN’S LOAN OFFICE Dial 6662 75.—Household Goods SUMMER RUGS $9.95 UP; LINO leum rugs $2.98 up. G. Stem Furniture Co. 607 North 4th street UNFINISHED LAWN FURNI ture. See window display. Jones Furniture Co. JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER shipment of gas ranges. Peoples Furn. Co. 257 No. Front. JUST ARRIVED, SHIPMENT OF porch chairs, rockers, gas stoves, sheets, pillow cases, and turkish towels. * Lewis Furniture, 601 No. 4th. Dial 6857. ONE GOOD SLIGHTLY USED Singer Sewing Machine. Lewis Furniture j Co., 601 No. 4th St. Dial 6857. JUST ARRIVED 8, 10 and 30 GAL. garbagecans and water pails. Carolina Furniture Co., 617 No. 4th. Dial 4048. FOR SALE: ONE PRACTICALLY new Gallon three yard dump body. Marks Machinery Co. KELVINATOR REACH IN COOL er 12 ft. Suitable for boarding house or small store at Pender Furniture Co. USED ICE BOXES, BUILT BE fore war restrictions. Railroad Salvage Co., 603 Castle. SPECIAL FOR A FEW DAYS 4 ft. Panel Beds, spring and mattress $24.95. Car olina Furniture Co. 617 No. 4th St. NEW SHIPMENT BREAKFAST room suites and maple cedar chests. Castle St. Furniture Co. Dial 6447. _ JUST RECEIVED; NEW SHIP ment of Bedroom Suites. Home Furniture Co. 23 Market St. SPECIAL PRICES ON RUGS AND mattresses. Dixie Merchantiie Co. 911 No. 4th. Dial 7S3&. 75—Household Goods DUNCAN PHYFE SOFA, SPRING construction, a real bargain. Pen der Furn. Co., 28 So. Front St. PRACTICALLY NEW BEDROOM suites with innerspring matress es—studio couches with springs Batson Transfer. GREATER SAVINGS ON LIVING room suites and studio couches. Latest styles. H. Berger and Son. 707 No. 4th St. WE BUY AND SELL USED FUR niture. H. Evensen Furniture Exchange, 716 Castle. Dial 2-3809 WE HAVE A SUPPLY OF METAL top tables and breakfast room suites. Sam Lande Furniture Co., 621 No. 4th St. JUST RECEIVED! EXTENSION cords, ironing cords and carpet sweepers. Carolina Furniture Co. 617 North Fourth street. Dial 4048. 80.—Houses For Sale 1925 KLEIN ROAD, PRINCESS Place. Practically new 5 rjom home. Furnace heat. Better see us early. Wade Realty Co. 205 Princess. ----- 12 ROOM HOUSE, LIVING ROOM furnished, all modem furniture, gas heat in each room, also elec tric fans, 200 ft. space in back yard, also automatic hot water heated, 2 bath rooms. Will sell for cash, $12,000. Write or phone Ada Howe, 4 West St., Charles ton, S. C., Dial 9397. FOR SALE: A BRICK HOUSE ON Bradley Creek, all modern con veniences. Will sacrifice for $3500 Call Wade Realty. 12 SO. WASHINGTON ST., SUN set Park, Garage Apartment; immediate possession; terms. H. F. Wilder, Phone 4932. FOR SALE. 10 ROOM HOUSE, 221 No. 7th St. Suitable tor apartment or rooming house. W. M. Hewlett .realtor, 214 Prin cess St. Dial 7138. 85—Help Wanted—Male WHITE OR COLORED MAN: TO fire boiler. Some knowledge of keeping up machinery. Oderless Cleaners, 2413 Market St. WANTED SEVERAL EX perienced steam fitters. $1.50 per hour. Also help ers. Work at Camp Davis. Open job. Wire collect. J. L. Powers, Bennettsville, South Carolina. IMPORTANT NOTICE TO WORKERS ENGAGED IN CRITICAL WAR INDUSTRIES! The War Manpower Commission requests that no workers change from one plant to another if he is NOW engaged in war production. Employers are requested not to hire presently employed war work ers, thereby disrupting the labor market, and impeding the war ef fort. _ HELP WANTED MEN OVER 50 To assist in war effort as temporary communica tion carriers. Full time or part time opportunity for overtime. Apply Western Union Telegraph Co. WANTED: COLORED DISH WASH er. Apply White Front Grill, 115 N. 3rd. WANTED: WRINGER MAN FOR washroom. $22.50 per week. "Modern Laundry, 118 So. 17th MAN DRAFT EXEMPT FOR night clerk. Apply Open Air Mar ket, 4th Chestnut. WANTED — ELECTRICAL ESTI mator. Give age and experience Write “A-2” care Star-News. MAN FOR RESPONSIBLE POSI tion in fertilizer industry. ■ Please give education, previous exper ience and draft status in first letter. Write M. C. care Star News. 90.—Help Wanted—Female WANTED: TWO MARKERS, EX perienced. Good salary. Apply in person to Modern Laundry, 116 So. 17th St.__ WANTED: WHITE EXPERIENC ed checker for finish work. $20.00 per week. Modern Laundry and Cleaners, 118 So. 17th. waitresses’ and cafe teria girls. Good salary. Good working conditions. Friendly Cafeteria. wanted! two wet wash girls. Experienced. $18.00 Der week. Modern Laundry, 118 So 17th St. COLORED GIRLS WANTED FOR hand ironing. Modern Laundry, 118 So. 17th. WANTED: SHIRT GIRL FOR bosom press, collar and cuff ma chine. Straight salary. Modern Laundry, 118 So. 17th St. 90.—Help Wanted—Female experienced sewing ma chine operators to make shirts. Southland Mfg. Co., So. 2nd and Greenfield Sts. WANTED — YOUNG LADY WHO has some art talent to work in art shop. Salary and chance to increase ability. Write box “S" care Star-News. SEVERAL WAITRESSES WANT ed, good wages, no experience ne cessary. Apply Victoria Grill, Holly Ridge, N. C. WANTED— EXPERIENCED markers and assorters, good salary, good working conditions. Apply Snow White Laundry, 5th and Wright Sts. WANTED—WOMEN TO LEARN marking and checking in laun dry. Snow White Laundry, 5th Wright. WANTED: CASHIER FOR BEACH concession, afternoon and even ing work, one day off. Apply in person, The Anchor, Oceau Terrace Hotel, Wrightsviile Beach. WANTED SEVERAL COL ored girls for finishing de partment. Apply Caison Bros. Laundry, 13th and Dawson streets. 95.—Insurance F. E. LIVINGSTON & CO. Mutual Insurance—Real Estate Wallace Bldg.—Dial 6047_ 100.—Instruction STENOTYPE COMPTOMETER, Burroughs Calculators, and ail Commercial subjects taught. Mrs. Motte’s Secretarial School, 313 Church St. 101_Jewelry BRIDAL SETS $24.50 up. Wilmington Jewelry Shop 127 No. Front across from P. O. 104. —Loans MONEY TO LOAN On Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Men’s Clothing, Type writers, Shotguns, Musical Instru ments and Anything of Value! FINKLESTEIN’S LOAN OFFICE “Wilmington’s Oldest and Largest'' Front and Market Streets LIBERAL LOANS ON DIAMONDS clothing, radios, musical instru ments, and tools. Cape Fear Loan office. 12 So. Front. $5.00 AND UP On Your Signature Alone WILMINGTON FINANCE CO. 202 MURCHISON BLDG. 105. —Lost and Found LOST MAN’S 21-JEWEL YELLOW gold Bulova wrist watch, with matching spring band, factory No. 6059, case No. 1665115, has sentiment value to owner, return to A. R. Bordeaux, 802 Green field or Dial 6745. FOUND: ONE BLACK AND TAN hound. Communicate with Alex Ganey, Leland, N. C. LOST: LADIES’”ELGIN WRIST watch, 16 diamonsd, red plastic strap, vicinity Fayetteville St., Wrightsville Beach Friday about 5 p. m. Reward. Dial 8, call 8791-R. 110.—Livestock WANTED TO BUY HOGS TO feed. C. S. Melton, call County 6522. _ MYRTLE COURT STABLES ON old Wrightsvile Road. Horses for hire. Riding lessons. Dial 8, Call 8556-W. FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE, good assortment of broke Tenn mules and horses. C. S. Newton, Castle Hayne Road. 28 FINEST MULES ON EART’H Not the cheap kind but the best. See us. T. E. Cooper & Co. MULES, MULES AND HORSES. 50 head all summer. Call or see J. P. Newton. Dial 2-3580. SADDLE HORSES FOR HIRE Steve Dairy, New Wrightsville highway at bus stop. Dial 7779. SALDLE HORSES FOR HIRE AND for sale. Bill Cole Stables. Dial 9710. _ 118.—Music SAVE YOUR OLD AND BROKEN phonograph records. We buy them. Bring yours in today. A H. Yopp Piano Co., 209 Princess. WE RENT PHONOGRAPHS FOR parties and social occasion*. Dial 9625. Whitehead Music Co., 106 No. 2nd. PIANOS: EXCELLENT USED instruments. Like new for casn or terms. Write us for full par ticulars. Banning Music Store, Florence, S. C. 120_Office Equipment TYPEWRITERS & ADDING MA chines. A1J makes adjusted and repaired. L. C. Smith & Corona Typewriters. Alen-Wales Adding Machines. H. F. Wolfe, Agt., 114 Princess. Phone 5183. 125.—Paint—Papering: PAINTING: INTERIOR AND EX terior. Prices reasonable. Dial 2-2951. NU-ENAMEL WILL PAINT THE average car for only $2.95. One coat covers. No brush marks. Best for amateur use. Wide se lection of colors. Thrif-T-Stores, Inc. 136.—Poultry $$$ IN POULTRY BUY OUR bloodtested baby chicks. Profit able fryers, early layers. Rouda bush’s Seed Store. 139.—Radio and Repairs ARCHIE’S RADIO SERVICE Fast Service, Open Evenings. 706 Chestnut St.—Dial 2-2589. WILLARD’S RADIO SERVICE Prompt service. Open till 9 p m. 216 Kenwood. Dial 6501. SHACKLEFORD’S RADIO RE pair Service. Any make, any model. 123 Grace St. Dial 7817. Commercial Frigidaire Refriger ation. RADIOS, REFRIGERATORS, washing machines and stove re pair service. L. D. Blake. Dial 4749. 150.—Real Estate LIST YOUR RENTALS & SALES With Us — A-l Service Frank G. Harriss. 216 Princess St. IF YOU WANT THE CASH ON the barrel head for your real estate list it with Hughes and Morton, Wallace Bldg., Dial 7691. LIST YOUR REAL ESTATE: Homes, farms and other proper ties for quick sale with me. Dial 2-3432. W. A. McGirt, Realtor, 215 Princess street. “REAL ESTATE — RENTALS General Insurance. Frank G. Harrsis. Dial 7018.” MOORE - FONVIELLE REALTY Co. We are equipped to serve you. LIST YOUR HOUSES AND apartments with us for quick rental. Marshall Realty Co. 215 Princess. Dial 2-1752. 155_Seeds—Plants—Bulbs PLANT SOY BEANS NOW FOR hay and forage. Complete stock. Wood’s Yellow Tokio-Haberland early, etc. Sudan grass, crctala ria, insticticides. T. W. Wood & Sons. SEEDS Chufas — Soybeans Cow-peas — Velvet Beans Crotolaria — Cotton Cross Seed Co. 12 Market Dial 6868 ROUDABUSH’S MOST COM plete seed service in the Caro linas. Seeds of all kinds. Vegetable, flower plants, fresh daily. Fertilizers, flower pots, poultry feeds. Roudabush’s Seed Store, Corner Front and Dock Sts. 156.—Situations Wanted EXECUTIVE SECRETARY NINE years, experience knowledge of bookkeeping — advertising and art. Wrightsville Beach, 8586—R. 170.—Wanted _ WANTED 9 COPIES OF APRIL 9th, Wilmington News. Classified Dept. Star-News. WANTED: GOOD USED JOHN son outboard motors. Pickards 209 Market st. Dial 2-3224. WANTED: LARGE CLEAN RAGS Bring to Press Room, Star-News. WANTED GOOD USED LATE model bicycles. We will pay cash. Bring to Pickards. 209 Market or Dial 3224. WE PAY CASH FOR USED SEW ing machines. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 304 North From street, Wilmington, North Caro lina. Dial 5526. TWO OR THREE ROOM FURN ished or unfurnished, apartment couple. Write “J. F.,” care Star News. _ REFINED BUSINESS WOMAN desires a furnished room — by July 1st. Write “ME” care Star News.___ NAVAL PETTY OFFICER AND wife desire 1, 2 or 3 room apart ment. City or Wrishtsville. Re fined couple. Phone 5368 between 8 and 6. __ YOUNG REFINED COUPLE. NO children, permanently located, desire unfurnished house or apartment, nice location. Call 9974.___ WANTED FOR SALE 50 CARO lina Beach and Wilmington housse. We have cash purchas ers. Tucker Real Estate Co Phone 2491, Carolina Beach, op posite drug store._ WANTED: APARTMENT OR house furnished or unfurnished. Call 2-2456 after 6:30 p.m. WANTED AT ONCE: FURNISH ed room or apartment for four months by refined O.C.S. cou ple. Write “H.E.” care Star News. WANTED: ARMY OFFICER AND wife wants furnished house or apartment. Permanent, Dial 5173, 'V Sweden Calls Up Men For Training In Army STOCKHOLM, June 6.—UTh Sweden called up additional forc es for army training today. The call was by radio, used as a test. Radio callups may be used in an emergency. The Swedish army commander in-chief emphasized that the call up was not caused by foreign de velopments, but was part of a program announced in December for extensive winter and spring training. The number of men in volved was not announced. --V Some giraffes reach a height of 17 feet. 170.—Wanted MARRIED COUPLE DESIRES apartment either furnished or unfurnished. Will occupy im mediately or as late as October 1st. Phone Harold, 6764. WANTED TO BUY: SEVERAL electric fans. Phone Harold, 6764. WILL BUY USED REFRIG erator for cash. Call 6962. CANDIDATE’S WIFE WISHES room in private home. Candidate Lee O. Robinson, 4th Btry., 3rd Platoon, Anti-Aircraft Artillery School, Camp Davis, N. C. SOLDIERS WIFE WITH SMALL child desires room in private home. Willing to help with house hold work. Call Mrs. Rudd at 2-2617. WANTED TWO 8 OR 10” FANS also washing machine, good con dition. Cash Price. Dial 2-2946. WANTED TON AND 1-2 TRUCK in good condition with good tires for cash. Call County 6522. WANTED TO RENT: SMALL house in Wilmington or nearby, for Christian man and wife. Call 4218 between 9 a. m. and 2 p. m. WHITE GIRiTtO ‘SHARE ROOM and meals in good home in ex change for general household as sistance. Phone 5544. WANTED: THREE ROOM FUR nished apartment for light house keeping. Call 2-1134. 180—LEGAL NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF NEW HANOVER Under and by virtue of the power of sale contained in a certain deed of trust executed by Hezekiah Hand and wife. Louise Hand, to C. D. Hogue, Trustee, which in strument bears date December 21st, 1942, and is duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of New Hanover County in Book 344, at page 262 default hav ing been made in the payment of the note secured by said Deed of Trust and the holder of the note having demanded that the under signed foreclose the security, now, therefore, as provided in said in strument. the undersigned Trustee will, on Monday, July 12, 1943, at the West door of the Court house in New Hanover County, at twelve o’clock Noon, offer for sale for cash to the highest bidder that certain lot or parcel of land situated in the City of Wilmington, N. C., bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a point in the Eastern line of Eighth street, 67 feet Northwardly from the North ern line of Dawson along the East ern line of Dawson street and run ning thence Northwardly along the Eastern line of Eighth street 33 feet, thence Eastwardly and parallel with Dawson street 82 feet to the Western line of Millis Alley, thence Southwardly, parrallel with Eighth street and along the Western line of Millis Alley, 33 feet, thence Westwardly, parrallel with Dawson street. 82 feet to the Eastern line of Eighth street, the point of begin ning, same being part of Lot 5, in Block 52. according to the of ficial plan of the City "of Wilming ton. North Carolina. Dated and posted this the 7th day of June, 1943. C. D. HOGUE, ___ Trustee, OPA’S FUTURE NOW AT STAKE Financial Plans For Some War Agencies Before Congress WASHINGTON, June 6— UP) — The financial future of some of the Administration’s war agencies, including the Offices of Price Ad ministration and War Informa ton, is at stake in appropriation bills scheduled for Congressional action soon. Chairman Cannon (D-Mo) of the House appropriations committee said today he looks for little op position to the pending $72,000. 000,000 request for War Depart ment funds but trouble looms for the $3,000,000,000 appropriation measure for various war agencies, including the OPA, OWI, Manpow er Commission and Board of Econ omic Warfare. Many of these agencies have undergone Congressional criticism in recent weeks from the House floor and in committees, com plaints being directed at both poli cies and personnel. The expecta tion is that the critics will trans late into action when the appro priation measure reaches the floor for debate, amendment and vote, probably in about ten days. An appropriations subcommittee put finishing touches on the $72, 000,000,00% war appropriations mea sure over the week-end, making it ready for turning over the the full committee and the House with in a few days. The Senate appropriations com mittee, meanwhile set to work on nearly $35,000,000,000 of other ap prrpriation measures. Awaiting dis position on -the Senate side are a number of money bills which in clude; Navy department, $24,850,000,000; lend-lease, $6,273,000,000; indepen dent offices, $2,621,000,000; Trea sury-Postoffice, $1,102,000,000; le gislative- j udiciary, $40,000,000. -V Kermit Roosevelt May Be Interred In Alaska WASHINGTON. June 5.— !4>!— Major Kermit Roosevelt probab ly will be burie din Alaska where he died June 4. This was indicated by wartime custom which calls for burial of members of armed forces over seas until after the war, when bodies can be returned to the United States. The death of the 53-year-old son of Theodore Roosevelt was an nounced by the War Department yesterday. The wording of the announcement indicated that he probably died from natural caus es. Two other sons of the former president now are on active duty with the Army. They are Brig. Gen. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., in North Africa, and Major Archi bald Roosevelt in the Pacific area. A fourth son, Quentin Roose velt, died in action in the first world war while serving as a flier. -V MUSIC COURSE CHAPEL HILL, June 6.—Wt— Dr Glen Hayden, head of the University of North Carolina mu sic department, said today that 40 persons had registered for the annual all state high school music course which opens at the univer sity June 10 and continues until July 20. This leaves only 20 plac es, he said, since the course is limited to 60 members._ CLASSIFIED display classified display INVITATION FOR BIDS FOR EQUIPMENT Additions to James Walker Memorial Hospital, Wilmington, N. C. D. P. W. DOCKET N. C. 31-127 Separate sealed proposals for furnishing and installing equip ment for Additions to James Walker Memorial Hospital, Inc., Wilmington. N. C„ will be received by the Board of Managers of the James Walker Memorial Hospital. Inc., at the City Hall (Council Chamber) Wilmington, N. C.. until 2:30 o’clock P. M. Eastern War Time on Tuesday. June 15th. 1943, and at that time and place will be publicly opened and read. Each proposal must be submitted in the form required by the blank proposal forms provided, in a sealed envelope, addressed to .T. C. Roe, President. Board of Managers, James Walker Memorial Hospital, Inc., Wilmington, N. C., and endorsed with the name and address of the bidder,and “Proposal for (Insert Section) Equipment for Additions to James Walker Memorial Hospital, Inc., Wilmington, N. C., D. P. W. Docket N. C. 31-127.” Plans, specifications and other contract documents are open to public inspection at the office of the Superintendent of James Walker Memorial Hospital, Wilmington, N. C., and at the of fice of the Associated General Contractors, Charlotte, N. C., or may be obtained from the office of the Superintendent of James Walker Memorial Hospital, Wilmington, N ,C„ upon the deposit of Five Dollars ($5.00) for each set of plans and specifications, the full amount of which will be refunded upon return of the documents in good condition on or before the date of bidding. Each proposal shall be accompanied by a cash deposit or a cer tified check drawn on some bank or trust company authorized to do business in North Carolina, of an amount eaual to not less than three (3%) per cent of the amount of the bid: or in lieu thereof, a cash deposit or certified check for two (2%) per cent and a bid bond for one (1«&) per cent of the amount of the hid: said deposit to be retained in the event of the failure of the successful bidder to execute the contract within ten (10) days after the award, or to give satisfactory security as re quired. The right is reserved to reject any or all proposals, and to waive any informalities. (Signed) J. C. ROE, President, Board of Managers, Janies Walker- Memorial Hospital, Inc. Wilmington, N. C. M. E. Winston, Superintendent.