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Federal Rome Loan Bank System and Federal Savings * Loai. Insurance Corp FOR OUR VICTORY.. BUY WAR BONDS from income $Fric»At U. f- w*vY PVOTCG***Vl Peeling Spuds in the Nary «• to \j$ysy SAFETY is INSURED WE HAVE PLENTY MONEY AVAILABLE! BUY A HOME W ITH A Low Cos!, Long Term, Insured DIRECT REDUCTION LOAN cZ’he 3ns ured PEOPLES BUILDING S LOAN -ASSOCIATION Wa. M. Hill, Sec.-Treu: Established 1906 112 Princess St. Assets Over $2,400,000.00 Heed Your Shoes Repaired! For Prompt, Expert Service, Mail Them To REX SHOE REPAIR 133 South Tryon Street Charlotte, N. C. All shoes repaired and mailed back within 24 hours after they are received. CEILING PRICES Men's Whole Soles and Heels_$2.75 Men's Hall Soles and Heels___ 2.00 Ladies HaU Soles_ 1.25 Ladies Leather Heel Taps: Cuban and Sandal .. .35 Spike Heels___ .25 ABOVE PRICES DO NO TINCLt'DE STATE TAX, MAILING OR C. O. D. CHARGES. Hake Dad Happy On Father's Day -- Sunday June 20th GET HIM A PAIR OF SHOES FREE WITH ANY $20 PURCHASE—ON CREDIT Dress Him Up! HE DESERVES WHAT HE GETS CHOICE OF SHOES or HAT COOL! CASUAL MEN S SLACK SUITS * GABARDINE * SPUN RAYON <t*r QC No Money Down. CLARKS Credit Clothiers 219 North Front Street READ STAR-NEWS CLASSIFIED ADS USO CLUBS PLAN MANY ACTIVITIES Calendar For Remainder Of Month For Various Units Here Released Activities at the various USO Travelers Aid clubs in Wilming ton and vicinity and its environs are in full swing for the month of June, and will continue through out the month as follows: Second -And Orange Monday, 8 p. m„ old home games and favorite songs. Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., darkroom record making 8 p. m., curren. events. Wednesday. 8 p. m., neighbor hood music night. Thursday, 8 p. m., alternating movies and parties. Friday, 8 p. m., alternating in formal dancing and square dances. Quize with prizes. Saturday, 3 p. m., full length ; movie. 3 p. m., dancing classes. 8 to 11 p. m., formal dance. Sunday, 9 a. m., Java club. 3 p. m., planned program. 7:30 p. m., music appreciation. Third And Grace Monday, 7 to 9 p. m., dress clinic. 7:30 p. m., service men’s ; wives. Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., “Women at Work.” Wednesday, S:30 to 5:30 p. m., mending service. 7 p. m., pitchin kitchin. Thursday, 8 to 10 p. m., putter shop. Friday. 9 p. m., house party, (fourth'and eighteenth). Saturday, 7 p. m., "Couple” sup per. 8:45 p. m., view the news— movie. Sunday. 5 to 6 p. m.. music ap preciation. Fourth And Ann Monday, 7-30 p. m., newspaper club. Tuesday, 8 p. m., informal dance orchestra. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., newspa per culb. Thursday. 8 p. m., formal dance orchestra. Friday, 7:30 p. m., hostess night. Saturday. 4 p. m., tea dance refreshments. i Sunday. 9 a. m., breakfast. 6:30 p. m., supDer—games. Fifth And Orange Monday, 2 p. m., bridge class. Tuesday. 8 p. m., Mother’s club, every first Tuesday. Wednesday, 8 p. m., junior hos tess meeting. 9 p. m., informal dancing. Thursday, 2 p. m„ Knit-And Stitch club. Friday, 2 p. m... tours. 7:30 p. m.. Teen Age club. Saturday. 8 p. m., movies. 9 p. m., informal dancing. 10 p. m.. Coffee club. Sunday, 10 a. m., Breakfast club. 7 p. m., supper. Ninth And Nixon Monday, ping pong, dancing class. 6 p. m., hostess meeting. Tuesday, defense classes. Riv eters meeting. Arts and crafts. Wednesday, 8 p. m., bridge night. Thursday, regimental dance with orchestra. Friday, Camera club. Athletic club. Saturday, voice recording. Danc ing with orchestra. Sunday, 8 a. m., early bird breakfast. 2:30 p. m.. dinner, j 6:30 p. m., games. 8:30 p. m., ; movies. Harbor Lsland Wednesday, fishing. boadng. swimming, outdoor games. Thursday, horseshoe pitching. j Friday, volleyball and hand ball. Saturday. 8 p. m.. movie party. Sunday, 9 a. m., Breakfast club. 3 p. m., music appreciation. Carolina Beach Monday, movies. Tuesday, movies and open house. Wednesday, movies. Fort Fisher Thursday, open house. Friday, open house. Saturday, stage show. Sunday, 9 a. m.. java party. Aft j ernoon ladies’ bridge. 8 p. m., movie quiz. Southport Monday, game night. We Gel You There! Wherever you’re moving, we get you there at least cost. You’ll find our packing service speedy and careful; and our storage rates include In surance protection that’s complete. DIAL 5317 FARRAR TRANSFER & STORAGE WAREHOUSE Heads Waac Unit Pictured above is Third Officer Ann K. Robinson, commanding officer of the Waac contingent at Camp Davis. Lieutenant Robinson was a probation officer with the Juvenile court of San Francisco, Calif., before entering the service. A graduate of Stanford univer sity, Lieutenant Robinson has also taken graduate work at the Uni versity of Southern California. She was formerly stationed at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. __ Wilmington Army Engineers Top South Atlantic Division In Safety Strict application of accident prevention measures by the Wil mington District United States Army Engineer office has resulted in the Wilmington office leading the South Atlantic division of the Corps of Engineers since February in established safety records, the local office having the lowest fre quency rate of injuries for both government and contractors’ em ployes of any of the six districts comprising the South Atlantic di vision. The announcement was made Saturday morning by George F. Tienken, district safety engineer, whose office is in the customhouse. The iocal office has shown a de crease in accidents since last May, j and there has been a marked de rease in the frequency rate of injuries since June 1, 1942, Mr. Tienken added. Included in the South Atlantic Division of the Corps of Engineers are the Atlanta, Ga.. Charleston, S. C., Jacksonville, Fla., Mobile, Ala., Savannah, Ga., and Wilming ton offices. Safety is one of the most im portant factors in the conserva tion of manpower, time and money for war production, Mr. Tienken stated, adding that the splendid record of the Wilmington district has been achieved through the constructive safety program of the Corps of Engineers and through its many field safety engineers placed on all major construction projects. Long ago the Government real ized the vast amount of human energy, money and time lost be cause of accidents and seriously decided to do something about ac cident prevention. The time, mon ey and manpower being squan dered through avoidable accidents was too great to be permitted to continue unchecked. It was evident that a specific and well-planned safey program was needed and that accident pre vention methods would never yield more than a fraction of the po tential economic returns as long as the work depended on the initia tive of individual safety officials. Realizing that accidents are inev itably involved in production schedules and costs, the Engineer Corps was one of the first of the Government agencies to incorpo rate a safety code in its program as a matter of good business man agement. Today professional standards of technical training and experience are required qualifications of all safety engineering personnel, and the successful system of safety ob served by the Engineer Corps is rapidly being adopted by other de partments of the government. Day Camping Discussed At Girl Scout Meeting The staff of Wilmington Girl Scout Day Camp met Thursday morning at 'the First Presbyteri-, an church. The instructors at the first meet ing were Mrs. Harvey Glazier, ex ecutive secretary, who spoke on | “General Aims in Day camping." . snd Mrs. J. C. Green, Crafts In - j structor, who taught “Setting Up Housekeeping in Day Camp.” Stress was placed on the use of native material, and craft ob jects that will be made while at camp. There will be specializing on crafts not learned in the Scout troop throughout the year and an effort will be made to make the girls self-reliant in the out-of dr,*c-s. It is hoped that there will be a spirit of adventure and of “making something out-of-noth ing.” Each unit of 20 girls will be a camp in itself, officials said. The next meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 15, at 9:30 o’clock. The group will meet at the First Presbyterian church and go from there to the day camp site and spend a typical day at camp. Physical equipment will be made and training given. A record at tendance is expected at the Girl Tuesday, informal dancing. Wednesday, movies. Thursday, dancing with orches tra, (second and fourth weeks.) Friday, open house. Saturday, informal dancing. Sunday, community singing and movies. MONEY TO LOAN ON ANYTHING OF VALUE No Loan Too Large—None Too Small Cape Fear Loan Office LUGGAGE HEADQUARTERS 12 S. Front St. Dial 2-1858 Scout day camp this summer, since more than 150 girls have regis tered. -V WILL ENLARGE FIELD NEW BERN. June 12—Condem nation proceedings have been be gun here in Federal court to ac quire 270.66 acres of land in Car teret county for the purpose of en larging and expanding the Bogue aviation field, an outlying field for the Marine air station at Cherry Point. The land is estimated to be worth $26,950. Could Adam Eat the Apple with Stomach Ulcer Pains? The biblical story of Adam eating a raw apple might never have come to pass had he suffered after-eating piilnw. Don’t ignore your sufferings. Try Udgn for relief of ulcer and stomach pains, indigestion, gas pains, for heartburn, burning sensation bloat and other con ditions caused by excess arid. Get a 25c box of Udga Tablets from your drug gist. First dose must convince or re turn box to us and get DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK at- Saundera and drug stores everywhere. QUALITY FURNITURE MODERATELY PRICED JONES FURNITURE COMPANY 18 S. Front St. Phona B7BI SEE DR. KAMER AND SEE BETTER Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted DR. W. A. KAMER Bnlloek Bntldlng STRAW HATS and BATHING SUITS GIBSON’S HABERDASHERY North Front Street WA N T E D Both white and colored laundry help for all types of laundry work. See Mr. Merritt 8 a. m. Monday and 1 p. m. Monday. Ideal Laundry & Dry Cleaners Front and Orange St. HOLLY RIDGE CLUB RECEIVES CHARTER Glenn Bower* I* Elected President Of New Rotary Group HOLLY RIDGE, June 12—Holly Ridge now has a Rotary club. Composed of a number of pro fessional and business men of the community, the club was present ed its charter at a special pro gram held,this week. Senator John D. Larkins, pres ident of the Trenton Rotary club, presided at the program. The speakers were District Governor Hal Orr, of Rocky Mount, who presented the charter; Edmund H. Harding of Washington, past Dis trict Governor, and District Gov ernor-Elect Robert W. Madry of Chapel Hill. The Trenton club presented to the new club a gavel and sounding block, and the New Bern club pre sented Rotary pins. Addition of the Holly Ridge club, which was sponsored by Trenton, gives Rotary 52 clubs in the 189th District, which includes clubs from High Point to Manteo. Another club recently chartered was at Stoneville. At the Holly Ridge program Ro tarians were present from Tren ton, New Bern, and Wilmington. Glenn Bowers is president of the Holly Ridge club, Haywood Camp bell is vice-president, C. C. Hines is secretary, and Dave Cohen is treasurer. The other charter members are John Smithson, William Kneller, D. Shaw, J. Segerman, W. H. Dy son, Arthur Ayers, L. E. Cole burn, Paul Merritt, J. D. Jenkins. Harold Jones, N. O. Bailey, and William Murray. -v Camp Davis Releases Weekly Firing Schedule The following schedule of firing : was released yesterday by offi- > cials at Camp Davis. The stated areas are to be in use during the following dates and hours and will be rendered dangerous. All per sons are warned to remain clear o' j the areas noted, and small boat: owners and operators are warned! to remain clear of the water sec-1 tors named. The rifle range just south of Camp Davis will be in use from Monday, June 14th to Saturday, I June 19, inclusive. This range is located on Route 17. All persons are warned to keep out of the posted area back of this range. There will be firing at Topsail In let from June 14 to June 18, in clusive. Water sector number 3 will be rendered dangerous for a distance of 25.000 yards off shore. All small craft are warned to remain clear of the area effected by this firing. The Holly Shelter range south east of the camp will be in use on June 15 between the hours of 9 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. All per-1 sons are warned to remain clear of the posted area in reach of this range. Immediate Service on all Plumbing and Heating Problems Dial 7117 CUMBER-MOORE Co. Plumbing • Heating Oil Burners 17 North Second St. You Can Repay Total Costs Over Many Months Yes. a small monthly payment can keep up your home during War times! Terms of re pair loans are arranged so that you can handle the expense easily-even if “pay-as-you-go” taxes and other deductions are taken from your current pay check. 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