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it—Announcemenx*
2—Automotive.
-Chiropractor.
9.-Boats.
\9.-Booksellers—Stationer*.
11-Builder*.
jl-8uilders’ SuppUe*.
II- -Business Opportunities
14. —Business Service.
15. -Dusiness Site*.
20.-Cleaners- Dyer*.
22.—Clothing.
2: -Coal—Wood—Fuel OIL
?G.—Dairy Product*.
J2.—Dancing.
ys - Dogs—Cat*—Pet*.
35.—Drug*
38.-Dry Cleaning—Prtssi ig>
41. —latabies.
42. —Eating Place*.
45 -Electrical.
48. Feeds.
49. -Financial.
50-Floor Finisher*.
51.—Florist
For Kent
53.-For Rent at Reiort*.
55.—For Rent—Apartment*.
SG.-For Rent—Rooms.
63 -Room and Board.
65.—For Rent—House*.
70.—For Sale.
'’3.—Hardware.
75.—Household Good*.
60 —Houses For 9ele.
85.—Help Wanted—Male.
90— Help Wanted—Female.
95.—Insurance.
100. —Instruction.
101. —Jewelry.
102. --La undry.
104 —Loans.
205.—Lost and Found.
11C.—Livestock.
111. —Miscellaneous.
112. —Machinery.
113. —Music.
120.—Office Equipment.
121—Office For Rent
125- Paint—Papering.
126- Plumbing—Heating.
13,7.—Printing.
12C -ProfessionaL
l?o-PersonaL
136,-Pouitry.
139.—Radio and Repairs,
lou—5eal Estate.
J52-ftefrigeration Service.
Ifi-Seeds—Plants—Bulb*.
/^-Situations Wanted.
/'/-Shoes.
••’•-Tranfer and Storage*
.'6/.—Typewriter*.
1<0.- Wanted.
KEYED CLASSIFIED ADS
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DENTIAL AND WE POSI
TIVELY WILL NOT DI
VULGE THE IDENTITY OF
THE ADVERTISER.
1.—Announcements
DR N. A. CULBRETH, DENTIST,
Trust Bldg. Front and Market
Sts Phone 2-3212.
SHUFORD STUDIO WILL BE AT
the Wilmington Hotel June the
22nd through the 25th. Have
your photographs made now.
^LADIES AND MENS SUITS
Tailored to Order, Alterations,
Remodeling — Prices Reasonable
Rholey Tailoring Co. 27 So. Front
2—Automotive
1941 CHEVROLET SPECIAL DE
luxe sport sedan. Radio, heater
and other accessories. Excellent
tires. MacMillan Buick Co.
_ Phone 9574,
LONG MOTOR CO.
„ PACKARD and NASH
jpth and Market.Phone 3211
RcFgOOD LATE MODEL USED
cars see us before you buy. Pe
_terson-Barnes Cc,
"£■ HUY AND oiliDJ-i liUUU
clean late model automobiles.
Roberts Auto Exchange. I3t.h
Jlastle, Pi 1 6734.
f0R SALE: CHRYSLER 4 DOOR
Sedan. 5 new tires* Perfect.
^Leaving town. P. O. Box 1586.
^R~SALE: 1937 HARLEY DA
v'idson motorcycle, low price.
^-1 condition, 604 Greenfield St.
AND SELL USED CARS
Westbrook Brown Motor Com
Jl^y. 113 N 2nd St. Dial 5874.
^SPECIAL DELUX CHEVRO
let, 4-door sedan, good tires, a
perfect car, Harris Haskett 9973.
Chevrolet and Pontiac
Oldsmobile—GMC
Sales and Service
4n RANEY CHEVROLET CO.
?*JTincess St. Dial 9621
'V}L_C EXCHANGE 1942 CHRYS
New Yorker four door sedan
H!„_g°od used convertible. Dial
L. B. McCormick.
^ "SALEr WE HAVE SEVE
, International trucks in
1 Clu Certificate required. Mc
Dunnb /acm Machinery Co'
^ p i,S A, OLDSMOBILE
rJm four door Sedan, five
•ayo-eord tires. R. C. Womack,
a°x HI. Shelby, N. C.
8.—Chiropractor
HEADACHE, BACKACHE, NERV
ousness, Dr. Mary J. Layton;
512 Southern Bldg. Phone 2-0128.
12.—'Builders' Supplies
WHY NOT PROTECT YOUR
home. Replace that LEAKY
ROOF, which is doing unesti
mable damage, with CERTAIN
TEED Composition Shingles,
Assortment of Colors and Blends
from which to select. Dial 2
3339, SMITH BUILDERS SUP
PLY, INC.
ROOFING: DOES YOUR HOME
need a new roof? Save money
by re-roofing now with Flint
kote Asphalt Shingles. Dial
Becker's 7761.
ROCK WOOL INSULATION WIN
dow and door stripping the stand
ard way. 36 mos. to pay. Free
estimates. Dial 2-2285.
STANDARD INSULATION CO.
ROOMING BY hIRD & SON
Since 1795
Beautiful, Durable, Economical
111 No. Water St. Hanover Iron
Works. Dial 2-3257.
NOTICE: SASH DOORS. BLINDS,
Windows, Door Frames, Screens,
Turned Columns, Cabinets. Old
est, Best Equipped Shop in City
Roderick and Land. Dial 5229
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.
LEE O. LAYTON, TAILOR. GOOD
clothes made to measure. Front
and Princess, upstairs.
35.—Drugs
Let Us Fil Your Next
PRESCRIPTION
See Us For Your Drug Needsl
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.
45.—Electrical
MASON ELECTRIC CO.
Electric Contractors
107 No. 3rd St._Dial 6782
48—Feeds
VITA-LIFE FEEDS SCIENTIFI
cally blended, fresh daily. Con
tains necessary vitamins plus.
Keith Milling Co., 110 No. Wa
ter.
FEED—GROW AND FIT FOR
profit with Quaker Sugared
Schumacher Feed. The ideal
Carbohydrate feed for the milk
ing herd, for swine, dry stock,
lambs, steers and horses. J. J.
Allen and Son. Dial 5762.
TUXEDO FEEDS
The Feeders Silent Partner
CROSS SEED CO.
50.—Floor Finishers
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, 31 So.
Front. Dial 6030.
52. —For Rent
ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT
for emergency replacement.
Practically all sizes. Dial 5861.
60.—For Rent—Rooms
TO TWO SETTLED SOBER GEN
tlemen on first shift. Nicely
furnished room in private home.
Close to shipyard. Dial 2-8667.
63.—Room and Board
ROOM AND BOARD FOR SIX
teen. Wrightsville Sound, in
front of Post Office. Near bus
line. Dial 9483. _
ROOM AND BOARD: SHIPYARD
workers, first or last shift. 105
No. 5th St._
ROOM AND BOARD FOR NICE
sober gentlemen. Take out lun
ches. $10.50 weekly 15 Princess
St.
ROOM AND BOARD, 810 CEN
tral Blvd. Men only—Three min
utes from gate. Hot biscuit, hot
shower, innerspring mattresses.
70.—For Sale
CANVAS FURLOUGH BAGS FOR
Service Men. Good for week-end
trips. Large, durable. $3.25.
THRIF-T-STORES, INC., 25 So.
Front. _
PLATFORM ROCKERS, $24.95;
desk and stool set, $12.95; Iron
ing boards, $2.25. THRIF-T
STORES, INC., 25 So. Front St.
STABLE MANURE FOR SALE.
Dial 8. Call 8556-W.
FOR SALE: NEW AND USED
saddles and bridles, Western
and English. Sutton Council Fur
niture.
KATHERINE K. CORSETS,
foundation, surgical garments,
scientificately designed, fit ev
ery type . Mrs. Southerland.
Dial 2-1871.
SPENCER CORSETS INDIVIDU
ally designed health supports,
men and women. Office hours
12:30 to 5:30. Sally Frocks, Dial
2-1860 or 0214. Mrs. Ramseur.
NEW 8 FT. MEAT CASE WITH
new can pressor. One freezing
counter. Two show cases. Meat
block scales. Slicers and Meat
Choppers. L. F. Sollee, 902
Princess St.
74 HARLEY DAVIDSON MOTOR
cycle in perfect condition. Just
been overhauled. 2 practically
new Firestone tires, and may
spare parts. 108 So. 8th St.
LADIE’S BICYCLE IN GOOD
Condition. $15.00. One .32 Cali
bre 16 shot rifle, $20.00. Sell
separate if desired. Diall 2-8662.
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70—For Sale
for SALE: TWO PAIRS LAD
ie’s Selby arch support 'shoes.
Size 10-A. One pair new, one
pair worn three times. A- bar
gain for one who appreciates
Quality. 112 Grace. Dial 4312.
1941 INDIAN MOTORCYCLE ‘74”
$485.00. 1940 Ford coupe, radio,
heater, excellent tires, $650.00.
Can be seen at 22 F Nesbitt
Court, from 7:00 p. m. Wednes
day tin 9:00 p. m. Thursday.
Dial 7230.
FOR SALE! NEW AND USED
electric Kelvinator and Atlas
drink boxes. 401 No. 3rd. Dial
4685 or 2-3404.
RED COMET FIRE CONTROL
equipment, hand and automatic,
$1.75 up. W. H. Blake, 2112
Kensington Drive, Charlotte, N.
C.
LADIES HAND BAGS, SHOP
ping bags, pottery, dolls, brooms,
jewelry and rugs. Made in Ca
rolina. The Nancy Wilma Shop,
112 N. Second St.
SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE
sport shirts and slack suits.
Goodrich Silvertown Stores. 14
North Third street.
75.—Household Goods
FOR SALE: BEDS. DRESSERS
and hat rack. Call before eleven
a. m., or after 8:30 p. m. 313
Grace.
2 PIECE PRE-WAR SPRING
filled living room suite, used
only 2 months. Cost price. 203
Lake Forest Pkwy. Dial 5749.
THE COOLITE Ts MODERN!
streamlined. Keeps food fresher.
Yet it saves vitally needed ma
terials for war. See them today
at Pender Furniture Co.
Just ARRIVED 8, 10 and 30 GAL.
garbage cans, dish pans, wash
basins, ironing cords, extension
cords and sweepers, Carolina
Furniture Co. 617 No. 4th. Dial
4048.
JUST RECEIVED; NEW SHIP
ment of Bedroom Suites. Home
Furniture Co. 23 Market St.
JUST RECEIVED SHIPMENT
stludio couches, wood and coal,
used metal ice boxes. Railroad
Salvage Co. 603 Castle St.
SEVERAL SIZES OF COOKING
enameled pots, frying pans, dust
mops and floor brushes. Carolina
Furniture Co. 617 No. 4th. Dial
4048.
STUDIO COUCHES, ASSORTED
colors in tapestry. Especially
priced. Jones Furniture Co. 18
S Front.
SPECIAL PRICES ON RUGS AND
mattresses. Dixie Merchantile
Co. 911 No. 4th. Dial 7535.
NEW SHIPMENT BREAKFAST
room suites and maple cedar
chests. Castle St. Furniture Co.
Dial 6447.
WE BUY AND SELL USED FUR
niture. H. Evensen Furniture
Exchange, 716 Castle. Dial 2-3809
JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER
shipment of gas ranges,. Peoples
Furn. Co. 257 No. Front.
FOR SALE: ONE PRACTICALLY
new Galion three yard dump
body. Marks Machinery Co.
SAVE MONEY—ICE REFRIGE
rator at greatly reduced prices
latest styles. H. Berger and Son
707 N. 4th.
WE HAVE A SUPPLY OF ALL
kinds of furniture. Sam Lande
Furniture Co. 621 No. 4th St.
JUST RECEIVED, SHIPMENT
heaters, kitchen cabinets, utility
cabinets, fiber wardrobes, fiber
rugs, coffee and cocktail ta
bles. pillow cases, and large size
turkish towels. Lewis Furniture
Co. 601 No. 4th. Dial 6857.
ICE BOXES, SECTIONAL BOOK
case, china closet, bedroom
suits, and living room suit.
Batson Transfer.
FOR IMMEDIATE SALE: 3
piece living room suite, 2 wick
er chairs, 2 end tables, 9x12
rug, 5 piece dinette set, 2 piece
bedroom suite, 1 roll-a-way bed,
1 wardrobe, other items in
cluded. $165. Leaving town. Call
any time Thursday or Friday,
313 C. Calhoun, Dr. Maffitt
Homes.
FOR SALE: LATE MODEL
cabinet Philco radio. Perfect
condition. City Upholstering Co.
408 Castle St._
FOR*SALE: ONE 5 BURNER OIL
Stove. Built in oven. Apply 511
S. 5th St. W. D. Boss.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE
Court T-39, Lake Village.
80.—Houses For Sale
FOR SALE: 706-716 NORTHERN
Extension, Carolina Beach.
Early possession. 209 Cape Fear
Blvd. Northwest corner 5th and
Raleigh Sts. Also a nice cottage
on highway at Wilmington
Beach. Wade Realty Co, 205
Princess St.
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH
us for prompt, courteous, cash
sale. Phone 2491, Carolina Beach
Tucker Real Sstate Co._
12 ROOM HOUSE, LIVING ROOM
furnished, all modern 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 Howfc 4 West St., Charles
ton. S. (K Dial ,9397.
80—Houses For Sale
FOR SALE: 9 ROOM HOME, 407
South 2nd St. $3,000.00. W. M.
Hewlett, Realtor, 214 Princess
St. Dial 7138.
218 NO. WATER ST., LARGE TWO
story Brick Store and Warehouse
on lot 35x185 can be bought at
big reduction in price. H. F.
Wilder, Phone 4932.
85.—Help Wanted—Male
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO WORK
ERS ENGAGED IN ESSENTIAL
INDUSTRIES
Under the Employment Stabiliza
tion Plan of the War Manpower
Commission no worker now en
gaged in essential activity may be
hired locally unless he has a State
ment of Availability from his last
employer. Beyond normal com
muting distance no worker can be
hired without a Statement of
Availability issued by the United
States Employment Service. Be
fore changing jobs visit the Em
ployment Office serving your area.
COMBINATION STENOGRAPH
er-bookkeeper and office mana
ger. Draft exempt man prefer
red. French Radio Co, 1304
Market St
CONTRACTOR WANTED TO
take contract for paint — two
large buildings inside and out
side. Apply Victoria Grill, Holly
Ridge, N. C.
WANTED: EXPERIENCED
service station grease man
Salary $100.00 to $140.00
per month plus commissions
to man with experience.
Apply in person only. No
telephone calls. Causey’s
Auto Service, 1202 Market
street.
WANTED MECHANIC* ~F O R
fleet trucks. Bryant's Lumber
Co.
WANTED: .EXTRACTOR .MAN
Good salary. Apply in person to
day. Snow White Laundry and
Dry Cleaners.
90.—Help Wanted—Female
WANTED: WHITE OR COLORED
housekeeper. Short hours. $15
per week. 17 B Nesbitt Courts.
WANTED COLORED GIRL FOR
general housework. Health Cer
tificate required. Hours from
9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Apply at
103 Pinecrest Pkway <5* Dial 2
8185.
EXPERIENCED SALESLADY OR
seamstress. Men’s and Ladies’
clothings. Clark’s Credit Cloth
iers, 219 No. Front. St.
SEAMSTESSES WANTED
at once. Apply in person.
Heller’s Military Officers’
Shop Cape Fear Hotel.
WANTED: TWO COLORED WO
men experienced in pressing
pants. Snow White Laundry
and Dry Cleaners.
COOK AND'GENERAL HOUSE
worker. Part-time. Health Cer
tificate. 404 Wrightsville Ave.
WANTED: LADY 30 YEARS OR
older or boy. Union News Co.
Union Depot.
TWO YOUNG LADIES TO TRAV
el through nearby states with
lady manager of large concern.
Must be neat. Average earnings
$60 per week. Transportation
paid. See Mrs. Bartlett, Wil
mington Hotel, 8-9 p. m. Don’t
phone.
WANTED: MAIDS, BELL BOYS,
waitresses, bus boys, cooks.
White or colored, at once. Brea
kers Hotel, Carolina Beach.
Near Fort Fisher. Call Mgr.
G. E. Russ, 3611.
WANTED: CAPABLE SETTLED
woman to live in home and care
for invalid. Meals and salary
$10 per week. Write “A. B.”
care Star-News for interview.
SEVERAL WAITRESSES WANT
ed, good wages, no experience ne
cessary. Apply Victoria Grill,
Holly Ridge, N. C.
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.
LEARN TO DANCE FOR $5.00,
course of 6 private lessons, 215
Princess. Dial 2-1110.
101. —Jewelry
MEN’S BIRTHSTONE RINGS.
$14.95 up. Wilmington Jewelry
Shop, 127 No. Front. Across
from Po*t Office.
104.—Loans
MONEY TO LOAN
On Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
Silverware, Men’s Clothing, Type
writers, Shotguns, Musical Instru
ments and Anything of Value!
FINKLE STEIN’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.
104. —Loans
$5.00 AND UP
On Your Signature Alone
WILMINGTON FINANCE CO.
202 MURCHISON BLDG.
105. —Lost and Found
LOST: FEMALE BOSTON BULL
White feet, white stripe down
face. 9 months old. Name "Mit
zie”. A reward if delivered to
1717 Orange St. W. L. Chrisman.
LOST: “A” RATION BOOK. FIN
der return to E. Littleton, 210 S.
8th St.
105
LOST: RED PERSIAN CAT, FE
male, white feet and markinein
face. R. W. Dupree, 190 Pine
crest Parkway. Phone 2-2927.
Reward.
110.—Livestock
HORSES FOR HIrTE SADDLE
or buggies. Day or night. Bill
Cole Stables. Dial 9710.
SADDLE HORSES FOR HIRE
Steve Dairy, New Wrighlsvilte
highway at bus stop. Dial 7779
MYRTLE COURT STABLESON
old Wrightsville Road. Horses
for hire. Moonlight rides. Dial
8. Call 8556-W.
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 occasions.
Dial 9625, Whitehead Music Co..
106 No. 2nd,
120—Office Equipment
TYPEWRITERS & ADDING MA
chines. All makes adjusted and
repaired. L. C. Smith & Corona
Typewriters, Alen-Wales Adding
Machines. H. F. Wolfe, Agt., 114
Princess. Phone 5783.
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.
HOUSE PAINTING AND INTER
ior decorating. No Job too big
or too small. Skilled men only.
Dial 2-8886 or 1021. So. 3rd. S.
W. Garrett, general contractor.
136.—Poultry
$$$ IN POULTRY BUY OUR
bloodtested baby chicks. Profit
able fryers, early layers. Rouda
bush’s Seed Store.
139.—Radio and Repairs
WILLARDS RADIO REPAIR.
Prompt Service. Open till 9
P. M„ J. L. Willard, 216 Ken
wood. Dial 6501.
RADIOS, REFRIGERATORS,
washing machines and stove re
pair service. L. D. Blake. Dial
4749.
ARCHIE’S "RADIO SERVICE
Fast Service, Open Evenings.
706 Chestnut St.—Dial 2-2589.
SHACKLEFORD’S RADIO RET
pair Service. Any make, any
model. 123 Grace St. Dial 7817
Commercial Frigidaire Refriger
ation.
150.—Real Estate
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.
LIST YOUR RENTALS & SALES
With Us — A-l Service
Frank G. Harriss. 216 Princess St.
LIST YOUR HOUSES AND
apartments with us for quick
rental. Marshall Realty Co. 215
Princess. Dial 2-1752.
MOORE - FONVIELLE REALTY
Co. We are equipped to serve
you.
“REAL ESTATE — RENTALS
General Insurance. Frank G.
Harrsis. Dial 7018.”
FOR QUICK SALE ON YOUR
property and prompt service.
List with Hughes and Morton,
Wallace Bldg., 3rd and Princess
Sts. Phone 7691.
155.—Seeds—Plants—Bulbs
PLANT NOW: SOYBEANS, COW
peas, velvet beans, collard, to
mato, cabbage, sweet potato and
pepper plants fresh daily. Com
plete stocks vegetable seeds.
Fertilizers, insecticides, Feeds.
ROUDABUSH’S SEED STORE,
Corner Front and Dock.
SEEDS “
Chufas — Soybeans
Cow-peas — Velvet Beans
Crotolaria — Cotton
Cross Seed Co.
12 Market Dial 6868
PLANT SOY BEANS NOW FOR
hay and forage. Complete stock.
Wood’s Yellow Tokio-Haberland
early, etc. Sudan grass, crQtala
ria. insticticides T. W. Wood
& Sons.____
Read The Classified Ads
156.—Situations Wanted
YOUNG LADY EXPERIENCED
in typing and general office
work desires permanent posi
tion. Dial 2-8924.
COMPTOMETER O P E R ATOR
with book-keeping experience
wants position. Address Box
396, City.
BOOKKEEPER WOULD LIKE
several accounts to keep books
on in spare time. Phone 2-2775
between 12:00 and 3:00.
BOOKKEEPER, OFFICE MANA-1
ger, man physically fit. Draft
exempt, thorough knowledge of
bookkeeping and office manage
ment desires permanent posi
tion in Wilmington. Now Employ
ed but desire change about Ju
ly I-15th. A-l references. Ans
wer “W. G.” care Star-News.
i70.—Wanted
WANTED APARTMENT O R
house furnished or unfurnished.
Call 2-2456 after 6:30 p. m.
WANTED: GOOD USED JOHN-'
son outboard motors. Pickards
209 Market st. Dial 2-3224.
WANTED GOOD USED LATE
model bicycles. We will pay
cash. Bring to Pickards. 209
Market or Dial 2224.
WE PAY CASH FOR USED SEW
ing machines. Singer Sewing
Machine Co., 304 North Front
street, Wilmington, North Caro
lina. Dial 5526.
WANTED: LARGE CLEAN RAGS
Bring to Press Room. Star-News.
WANTED: FURNISHED APART
ment for officer and wife. No
children or pets. Have own
china, linen, silver. Phone 7165.
OFFICER AND WIFE DESIRE
furnished apartment. Centrally
located. Call Mrs. Mooney, 5566.
WANTED FURNISHED APART
ment, bungalow, until Labor
Day. A-l references. Write “Z”
care Star-News.
YOUNG COUPLE DESIRES RIDE
to Nashville Tenn. Share expen
ses. Leaving around July 1st.
Dial 2-2108.
WANTED ELECTRIC FRIGI
daire. Good condition. Cash
price. Dial 4344.
WANTED FOUR OR MORE .UN
lurnished rooms by permanent
residents of Wilmington. Three
adults. Must vacate by first of
July. Dial 2-3021.
WANTED FURNISHED HOUSE
or apartment. Call Wrightsville,
9463. Major Hdtchkiss.
OFFICERS WIFE DESIRES RIDE
to Texas or bordering state with
in next ten days. Share ex
penses. Dial 20148.
WANTED: ACCOMMODATIONS
for officers wife and baby, by
July 1st. Dial 6052.
WANTED TO BUY GOOD USED
furniture. Bost Furniture Co.
29 S. Front. Dial 5540.
WANTED TO BUY SMALL ES
tablished business, Wilmington
or vicinity. Write “M. W.,”
care Star-News.
MAj" AND WIFE DESIRE
apartment or house this fall or
sooner, for app. one year. No
children. Mrs. Fickett. 9463.
WANTED: 4 OR 5 ROOMS FUR
nished or unfurnished. Vicini
ty Wilmington or Camp Davis
for about 1 year. Army officer,
wife, 8 year-old daughter. Dial
8. call 8724-W.
USED TRUNK,~*COOL HEATER,
lawn mower, sewing machine
and boat. Reasonable for cash.
Dial 2-2652.
WANTED TO BUY FOR CASH,
a medium size refrigerator. P.
O. Box 1105. Phone 4255.
WANTED: WILL PAY CASH FOR
light car or station wagon. P.
O. Box 983.
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COMMISSIONER’S SALE OF
LAND
Under and by virtue of the pow
er of sale contained in a judg
ment in the Superior Court of
New Hanover County, in a cause
therein pending entitled “New
Hanover County, and C. R. Morse,
County Tax Collector, versus F.
C Bennett and wife. Sadie C.
Bennett”, the undersigned Com
missioner will, as provided in said
judgment, at 12 o’clock Noon, on
Monday, the 12th. day of July, 1943
at the Court House door of New
Hanover County, expose to public
sale to the last and highest bid
der, for cash, to satisfy taxes due
the County of New Hanover, the
following described land situate
lying and being in Harnett Town
ship, County of New Hanover and
State of North Carolina, to-wit:
BEING LOT NO. 6 in BLOCK
“E”, according to the Map of
WINTER PARK HEIGHTS, as re
corded in the Registry of New
Hanover County in Book 56 at
page 688, to which reference is
hereby made for a more full and
complete description.
Dated and posted this 9th. day
of June 1943.
G. C. McINTIRE
Commissioner.
COMMISSIONER’S SALE OF
LAND
Under and by virtue of the pow
er of sale contained in a judg
ment in the Superior Court of New
Hanover County, in a cause there
in pending entitled “City of Wil
180.—Legal
mington, North Carolina, New
Hanover County, and C. R. Morse.
City-County Tax Collector, versus
Rebecca Merrick”, the undersign
ed Commissioner will, as provided
in said judgment, at 12 o’clock
Noon, on Monday, the 12th. day
of July, 1943, at the Court House
door of New Hanover County, ex
pose to public sale to the last
and highest bidder, for cash, to
satisfy taxes due the City of Wil
mington and County of New Han
over, the following described land
situate, lying and being in the
City of Wilmington, County of
New Hanover and State of North
Carolina, to-wit:
BEGINNING at the southwest
intersection of Eleventh and
Wright Streets. and running
thence southwardly along the wes
tern line of Eleventh Street 66
feet, thence westwardly and par
allel with Wright Street 100 feet,
thence northwardly and parallel
with Eleventh Street 66 feet to
the southern line of Wright Street,
thence eastwardly along the
southern line of Wright Street 100
feet to the place of beginning, the
same being a part of Lot 1 in
Block 26, according to the official
N^C ^le ^y Wilmington,
Dated and posted this 9th. day
of June, 1943.
G. C. McINTIRE,
__Commissioner.
COMMISSIONER’S SALE OF
LAND
Under and by virtue of the pow
er of sale contained in a judg
ment in the Superior Court of
New Hanover County, in a cause
therein p tiding entitled “New
Hanover County, and C. R. Morse,
County Tax Collector, versus H.
L. Bell and wife, Flossie J. Bell,
W. P. Applewhite and wife, Ma
mie W. Applewhite, and J. M
Bremmer”, the undersigned
Commissioner will, as provided in
said judgment, at 12 o'clock Noon,
on Monday, the 12th. day of Ju
ly, 1943, at the Court House door
of New Hanover County, expose
to public sale to the last and
highest bidder, for cash, to satisfy
taxes due the County of New Han
over the following described land
situate lying and being in Harnett
Township, County of New7 Hanover
and State of North Carolina, to
wit:
BEING all of Lot 74, according
to Map of “FERNSIDE”. as re
corded in the Registry of New
Hanover County, to which refer
ence is hereby made for a more
full and complete description.
Dated and posted this 9th. day
of June, 1943.
G. C. I^INTIRE',
Commissioner.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF
LAND
Under and by virtue of the pow
er of sale contained in a judg
ment in the Superior Court of
New Hanover County, in a cause
therein pending entitled “New
Hanover County, and C. R. Morse,
County Tax Collector, versus Em
met L. Bentley and wife, Anna
D. Bentley”, the undersigned
Commissioner will, as provided in
said judgment, at 12 o’clock Noon,
on Monday, July 12, 1943. at the
Court House door of New Hanover
County, expose to public sale to
the last and highest bidder, for
cash, to satisfy taxes due the
County of New Hanover, the fol
lowing described land situate, ly
ing and being in Harnett Town
ship, County of New Hanover and
State of North Carolina, to-wit:
BEGINNING at a point in the
western line of Harnett Avenue
1304.4 feet from James F. Mason’s
southern line near a stone mark
ed “M” this being the said Ma
WEST POINT MEN =
COMPLETE COURSE
Future Officers Entrain For
Academy After Visit
At Camp Davis
Completing their instruction at
the Anti-Aircraft Artillery school,
Camp Davis, two hundred and for
ty cadets of the first class of the
United States Military Academy left
last night (Wednesday). In this
area since Sunday, the cadets re
ceived an intensive course in anti
aircraft artillery. Most of the fu
ture officers will be assigned to the
Army Ground forces when they
graduate from West Point.
On their final day at Camp Davis
the cadets witnessed demonstrations
of plotting board operation in the
work of following enemy planes
coming toward a particular area.
They also watched 90 mm guns in
anti-mechanized firt and an exhibi
tion of sixteen 90 mm guns shooting
at the same time toward aerial
target.
Wednesday afternoon the cadets
were given a view and demonstra
tion of the latest developments in
anti-aircraft artillery at the AAA
board.
The cadets have not only re
ceived instruction in the various
AAA guns and automatic weapons
but have actually operated them,
firing at practice targets. They
were introduced to the many in
tricate parts of tlie anti-aircraft ar- •
tillerj problem and saw ail that
AAA weapons do.
Tlie instruction program for tlie
cadets was arranged for by tlie Op
erations Section of the Anti-Aircraft
Artillery school. With the cadets
were Major Gen. Francis B. Wiley,
superintendent of the U. S. Mili
tary Academy, and Brigadier Gen.
Phillip E. Gallagher. Brigadier Gen
eral James R. Townsend, command
ing general of the Anti-Aircraft Ar
tillery Training Center, and Briga
dier General Bryan L. Milhurn,
commandant of the Anti-Aircraft
Artillery school, made tlie cadets
welcome.
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son’s southeastern corner, run's
thence South 1 degree 30 mins.
West and with Aid western lino
of said Avenue 52.2 feet to a slake
in said line; Ihenc at right ang
les North 88 deg. 30 mins. We.x 200
feet to a stake: thence at right
angles North 1 deg. 30 mins. East
52.2 feet to a stake, thence at
right angles South 88 deg. 30 mins.
East 200 feet to the beginning, the
same being Lot 4 in Block 8,
“MERCER PLACE’’, WEST, as
per map made by E. J. W. And
ers and S. H. Loder, November,
1906.
Dated and posted thi* 9th. day
of June, 1943.
G. C. McINTIRE
Commissioner.
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
PEARCE'S
Fresh Fish Daily
Dial 7872—Delivery
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
The Town of Carolina Reach will receive sealed bids
until July 7th, 1943 for the purchase of Two-One and
One Half Ton Trucks, Chassis and Cab with lonk wheel
base, either Ford, Chevrolet or its equivalent make.
For immediate delivery.
The Town reserves the right to reject any or all bids.
Henry G. Fennell, Clerk.
1941 Buick Sedan
1941 Pontiac Coach
1941 Chevrolet Fleetline Sedan
1941 Chevrolet Sport Sedan
1941 Chevrolet Town Sedan
1941 Chevrolet 5 Pass. Coupe
1941 Ford Sedan
1941 Ford Coach
1940 Chevrolet Sport Sedan
1940 Ford Convertible
All Cars Are In Excellent Condition With Good Tire*
RANEY CHEVROLET CO.
406 Princess Sf. Dial 9621

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