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CLASSIFIED INDEX:
L—Announcements.
i —At: tcmotive.
3!-Chiropractor,
o-Boats
v- —Booksellers—Stationers
j; -B-.:-.ers.
:;.-B....dors' Supplies.
^'-Business Opportunities.
-B'-.-'-ness Service.
| is-Busmess Sites.
l:.-C.€c ne:>. Dyers.
o o5 __C:u- Weed—Fuel Oil.
30.-Cary Products.
22. —Bigs—1Cats—Pets.
23. —: Cleaning—Pressing.
4: -Er.ables.
4.’ -Eii.r.g P.aces.
45.-EiectricaL
43—Feeds.
4B-F:r.ar.cial.
U.-F.-c: Finishers
z. -Florist.
52.-For Rent.
;B-Foi Rent at Resorts.
j'.-Fcr Ren*—Apartments
It:.—For Rent- Rooms.
63.—Room and Board.
65.—For Rent—Houses
TO.—Fur Sale.
T3.—Hardware.
75.—Household Goods.
80.—Houses For Sale
85 — Help Wanted—Male.
SO.—Help Wanted—Femaie.
95.—Insurance.
100.—Instruction.
101.—Jewelry.
102.—La undry.
104.—Loans
105.—Lo:i and Found.
110.—Livestock.
HI.—Miscellaneous.
112.-Machinery.
118.—Music
120.—Office Equipment.
121.—Office For Rent.
125.—Paint- Papering.
125.—Plumbing—Heating.
127.-Printing.
120.—Professional.
135.—Personal.
136.—Poultry
129.-Radio and Repairs.
150.—Rea; Estate.
152. —Refrigeration Service.
155.~ Seeds— Plants- -Bulbs,
loo’.— Situations Wanted.
157.—Shoes
16'0. - Transfer ar.a Storage.
161.—Typewriters.
170— Wanted
L—Announcements
LADIES AND MENS SUITS
labored iu Oraei, Alterations,
Rf-modeLng - ?r ces Reasonaoie
R-ilev Tailoring Co. 27 So. From
DR. S. 0. PRUITT AN
nounees removal of his of
fice for the practice of
rnetitcine from rooms 513
315 Murchison Bldg, to 306
Lalhoun Drive, Maffitt Vil
lage. Dial 2-1036.
T'-'/RIENDS and customers.
Emma Lou Daniels is now
connected with Miladv's Beauty
_ Dial 9437. _
-•—Automotive
for SALE: STUDEBAKER PRES
Ider-'- A-i ondition, good tires,
■ ylime Sunday or week
• U ■ 706 South 5th street.
Chevrolet a.iu Pontiac
Olds mob i!c—GMC
Saies .no Service
UA;'t-v CHEVROLET CO
T" - -ncess StDial 9821
’A BUICK SEDAN, LOW MIL
^e-. excellent condition, first
tires, radio and heater
-^Llan Buick Co._
"|**Y AND SELL USED LARS
stbrook Brown Motor Com
-X!jo^n3 N 2rd St Dial 5874
BUv and' SELL GOOD
r„w' iale model automobiles
1-verts Auto Exchange i3tb
d : 8734
LONG MOTOR l C
If,. PACKARD and NASH
-B—j£_a ^arke Phor e 3211
BUICK SPECIAL SEDAN
• -w mileage, rubber per
alniost like new-. Harris
—TUCjT Dial 9973.
Cf:: "°B your car we
seU g00d Used cars
Mut°r Co 7 No 3rd St
3 Xu!'. PLYMOUTH:
Kurd a3ii 01dsrn°bile; '36 Tudor
be:-w .cr‘r„; dean, good rub
—-—— ^ee 220 Kenwood Ave.
1941 PONmc CLUB COUPE—5
<edann8err194° CheVl'olet 4-door
Front's, n-”, «,rs~U* I™
-Bt.^Xai b9o6 or 5845.
—Cninipraeinr
I
11.—Builders
CONSTRUCTION PRIORITIES?
» Remodel or build now. Plans,
i estimates. J. L. Willard, Con
i suiting Engineer Draftsman. Dial
: 6o01.
—Builders’ Supplies
CUT WINDOW INSTALLATION
cost way down—Use Becker’s
better built window unit—the
modern window unit. Completely
w’5atberatripped. balanced and
chemically treated to prevent
rot. Dial Becker’s 7761.
SEE OR ALL US FOR YOUR
requirements in building supplies
such as: lumber, paint, insula
tion boards, rock wool board,
corner cabinets, roofing, brick,
flue lining, brixment, windows,
doors, etc. Dial 2-3339, Smith
_ Builders Supply, Inc.
NOTICE: SASH DOORS BLINDS
Windows, Door Frames, Screens.
Turned Columns, Cabinets. Old
est, Best Equipped Shop in City
Roderick and T,a,,d Dial 5229
ROOFING BY ^IP.D i. SON
Since 1795
Beautiful. Durable Economics.
Ill No Water St Hanover Iron
Wurks Dial 2-3257.
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK? WE
nave a special lock type shingle.
It is not advisable to cover old
shingles without a lock type.
Equally as good over sheating
This shingle will not blow off in
a cyclone. Mclver Lumber Co
211 No, 6th. Dial 4347.
WANTED: ROOFING. PAINTING
or general carpenter repair
work. Call Warrer, 2-0129, 210
| S. 9th. Estimates free.
| 13.—Business Opportunities
22.—Clothing
SEE THE MOST COMPLETE SE
lection of sport coats in the city
Finklesteinr Front and Market, i
MEN! YOU CAN DRESS WELL
save real money on clothing bill
at Finklestein's. Front and Mar
ket. Sts.
25.—Coal—Wood—Fuel Oil
WOOD ALL KINDS'- CUT ANY
length split or block. Also kind
ling. Dial 6204.
33—Dogs—Cats—Pets
ONE TOY TERRIER. FEMALE,
for sale. 146 Pinecrest. Mornings.
FOR SALE: NICE LITTER OF
black Cocker Spaniel pups, AKC
registered with strong ch. My
Own Brucie bloodlines. Ready
for delivery at 10 weeks of age.
A small deposit will reserve one.
Call 2-2852,
35.—Drugs
Let Us Fi! Your Next
PRESCRIPTION
See Us For Ycur Drug Needs!
BROOKLYN PHARMACY
902 No. 4th St. Dial 6676
NO ONE SELLS FOR LESS!
38.—Dry Cleaning—Pressing
MODERN LAUNDRY CLEANERS
Dyers, Hatters. 113-129 So. 17tn
street. Dial 7751.
41.—Eatables
FRESH FISH AND VEGETABLES
F. and V. Market. 616 So. 17th.
Dial 2-2335.
WE HAVE PLENTY OF
fresh oysters. Stokleys,
Wrightsville Terminal,
Wrightsville Sound.
45.—Electrical
ELECTRIC LAMPS
Also infra red ray and vi
olet ray Pimps.
Jewel Box Gift Shop
109 No. Front St.
Wilmington’s Only
Downstairs Store
MASON FLFCTRIC CO.
Electric Contractors
107 No. 3rd St,Dial 6782
48_Feeds
r~'t t~\ i— \ T~i r x- p n t • n n c a T A Y7
ers, feed Wood’s Hollybrook
Poultry Feeds. Headquarters for
Dr. Salsbury's Poultry Medica
tion. T. W Wood and Sons.
TUXEDO FEEDS
The Feeders S’lent Partner
CROSS SEED CO.
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. 2.
Alien and Son Dial 5762.
VITA-LIFE FEEDS SCIENTIF1
cally blended, fresh daily. Con
tains necessary vitamins plus.
Keith Milling Co.. 110 No. Water
50. —Floor Finishers
PINE FLOORS AND OLD FLOORS
made new. Laying, surfacing,
finishing, our specialty. Diai 2
1963,
FLOOR SANDING AND F1NISH
ing in Wilmington more than
twenty years refinishing and
polishing floors. We also have
sanding m chine and edgers for
rent. M. L. Brothers and Son,
201 No. 11 st. Dial 4758.
51. —Florist
CUT FLOWERS" POT PLANT’S,
corsages, funeral designs Quick
deliveries Blossom Shop. 3? So.
Front Dla) 6030.
52. —For Rent
OPEN ALL WINTER: ONE AND
two room apartments, furnished.
Also double rooms. $5.00 per
week. Call Wrightsville 9485.
FOR RENT: 1 ROOM PARTLY
furnished; 1 apt. partly furnish
ed. apply Paul Ambrosino, Tail
oring. 109 1-2 Princess St. Do
not phone.
60.—For Rent—Rooms
ROOM FOR RENT: SEMI - HO
te1 accommodations for men.
Rates $3.50 1 $5 00 per week.
402 No. 4th St., corner 4th and
Walnut.
Read The Classified Ads
63.—Room and Board
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM
with every convenience in pri
vate home, also plenty of good
food, well cooked must be so
ber and on first shift. Call 2-8667
ROOM AND BOARD. $10.50 PER
week. Men only. 15 Princess St.
ROOM AND BOARD — STEAM
heat. 509 Market street.
65.—For Rent—Houses
FOR RENT: FURNISHED ROOMS
—hot water. $5.00 per wTeek per
son. Comfort cottage. Phone
2491 Carolina Beach. Next Post
office.
70.—For Sale
UNCLAIMED
PLEDGES
1. Overcoats, all sizes and
colors, good as new, at a
very low price.
2. Philco Radio, Cabinet
model ... $49.50
3. Sterling Silver Identi
fication Bracelet,
Heavy Weight _$8.50
4. Table Model Radio, 6
Tubes. R. C. A. ..$24.95
5. Violin, Antonius Strad
ivarius Model, com
plete with case and
bow __ $22.50
6. L. C. Smith Upright
Typewriter, wide car
riage, in good condi
tion -$45.00
7. Singer Electric Port
able Sewing Machine ..$125.00
8. Conklin Fountain Pen
Spfc r\E
--
9. Set of Carpenter Tools,
Complete with box_$17.95
10. Man's Diamond Clus
ter, Yellow Gold Ring,
Nine beautiful dia
monds -$149.50
11. 17-Jewel Man’s Lon
gines Wrist Watch,
Yellow Gold _$49.50
12. Trumpet with Case,
good as new..$49.50
FINKELSTEIN’S
LOAN OFFICE
Dial 5662
FOR SALE: LARGE HOUSE
trailer. Call or write Captain.
L. E. Holen, Army Air Base,
Camp Davis.
N A T I ONAL CASH REGISTER
for sale. M. Miller. 711 North 4th
St.
FOR SALE: 1941 SPECIAL BUILT
house trailer. Legion Field trail
er camp. 3rd trailer to the right.
SOW AND 9 PIGS FOR SAlTeTj:
M. Headen, Blossom Ferry, Cas
tle Hayne, N. C.
HOUSE TRAILER. HOME-BUILT,
clean. S50.00 down. One luggage
trailer. Creech. Gene’s Camp,
Carolina Beach road.
FOR SALE: 3 PIECES LIVING
room furniture, bed room suite,
oil circulator, coal heatrola. Bat
son Transfer.
REBUILT SINGER SEWING MA
chines, electric and treadle types
large heavy fruit juicers, Na
tional cash registers; flash
lights and Ever-ready batteries,
One 4 ft. meat case, one nice
show case. L.F. Sollee, 902 Prin
cess St.
COVERED WAGON HOUSE TRAI
ler for sale. Palace and Zim
mer, terms. Gene's Trailer camp,
Carolir Beach Road.
FOR SALE": FACTORY BUILT
palace house trailer; $575. See
W. L. Lang .on. River Front
Trailer Park. Front St Road.
VACUUM CLEANER p”ARTS~TO
fit all makes. Apply 510 No. 4th
St. Dial 2-356L
NOW IS THE TIME TO SELECT
your Christmas gifts while our
stock is complete. Use our lny
a-wav plan. Nancy Wilma Shop.
112 No. 2nd.
LUGGAGE
Gladstones, overnight cas
es—matched sets. Cosmetic
cases and all kinds of lea
ther goods.
Jewel Box Gift Shop
109 No. Front St.
Wilmington’s Only
Downstairs Store
“ROACHES-ROACHES-ROACHES”
Kill roaches with old reliable
SHEPARD’S ROACH Powder;
that killed millions last year.
Phone 9456, Mfg. by Jos. C.
Shepard, 317 So. 2nd St.. Wil
mington, N. C.
LUNCH KITS WITH THER
mos bottles, electric hot
plates, flash lights with
batteries. Goodrich Silver
town Stores, 14 No. 3rd St.
PLANING MILL SHAVINGS FOR
sale. Cheap Dial 9421.
PROMPT RADIC REPAIRS.
Archie’s Radio Service. 706 Chest
nut St. Dial 2-2589.
FOR SALE; 5 ROOMS AND BATH
Lake Side Drive. One block south
Pinecrest Terrace. Facing lake.
Large lot. Wade Realty Co.
75.—Household Goods
JUST RECEIVED: A SHIPMENT
of beautiful baby carriages and
cribs. Carolina Furniture Co.. 617
No. 4th St. Dial 4048_
household goods
52 Piece set dishes . . $7.76
Terms $1-25 Weekly
Also chinaware, crystal
and table silver.
Jewel Box Gift Shop
109 No. Front St.
“Wilmington’s Only
I Downstairs Store
j 75—Household Goods
SEE OUR DISPLAY OF THREE
piece fiber living room suites.
Pender Furniture Co., 28 So.
Front St. _
OAK PORCH ROCKERS — UN
finished five drawer chests
—wool comforts—Castle Street
Furniture Co., Dial 6447 _
SAVE MONEY! FINEST SE
lection of Blankets in Wil
mington. Today’s special
5 per cent wool blankets
66x80 $2.95 H. Berger and
Son, 707 No. 4th Dial 5128
JUST RECEIVED: SHIPMENT
of high chairs, maple and ivory
finishes. Jones Furniture Co.
WE BUY AND SELL USED FUR
niture. H. Evensen Furniture
Exchange. 716 Castle Dial 2-38U9
HOUSEHOLD GOODS
We have pictures, mirrors
and picture frames in our gift
shop.
Jewel Box
109 No. Front St.
Wilmington, N. C.
LARGE SHIPMENT OF MEDI
cine cabinets. Jones Furniture
Co., 18 So. Front St.__
LAWN FURNITURE 3 Pc. SETS
Unfinished, close out at $12.95,
single pieces $4.95. Thrif-T
Stores Inc.. 25 South Front St.
THREE ALL WOOL RUGS FOR
sale. Excellent condition. 9 x 10:
9 x 11; one runner 3' x 10’. Dial
2-1487.
LARGE SUPPLY OF COAL HEAT
ers, $12.50 up. Home Furniture
Co., 23 Market St.
SBELIAG Jt- UK A h i^VV
days, Inner - Spring mat
tresses in 3 ft. 3 in., only
$22.95. Carolina Furniture
Co.. 617 No. 4th St., Dial
4048,
JUST RECEIVED: ANOHTER
shipment Wm. A. Rogers, A-l
silverplate, unconditionally guar
anteed forever. Hollow handle
knives sainless steel, service fc
6. $29.75. Stanley's Jewelers, 109
Princess St. ‘
NEW SHIPMENT OF GARBAGE
cans, ironing cords and exten
sion cords. Carolina Furniture
Co., 617 No. 4th. Dial 4048.
SAVE MONEY! JUST AR
rived new shipment of
Studio Couches. Latest
styles. Large selection. See
us today. H. Berger & Son,
707 No 4th St. Dial 5128.
USED .SINGER .SEWING -MA
chines. Limited amount, guaran
teed, good condition. Cape Fear
Loan Office. _
JUST RECEIVED:_ SHIPMENT
bedroom suites. Kingsdown box
springs. Knigsdown felt mat
tress, living room suites. Rail
road Salvage Co.. 603 Castle St.
FOR SALE: CAR LOAD OF LIV
ing room suites, two and three
piece with springs. Sutton Coun
cil Furniture Co. _
PROTECT THE BABY. BUMPER
guards, pads for chairs and play
pens. Wilmington Furniture Co.
FOR SALE
517 Nun St.. 4 rooms, $2,250.00.
319 Greenfield St., newly dec
orated and now vacant.
503 South 5th St , 6 rooms.
Brunswick St., several desir
able homes.
If it's Real Estate, see us
W. M. Hewlett
Realtor
214 Princess St. Dial 7138
FOR <4 A T . F. • 1 YEAR OLD 4 ROOM
bungalnv. also lot. half mile
from shipyard, available imme
diately. 115 S. Washington ’ • ■
1208 CHESTNUT ST.. SIX ROOM
bungalow: lot has frontage of 57
ft.: can give good terms. H. F.
Wilder, Phone 4932.
2109 BRANDON ROAD. 6 ROOMS!
hardwood floors, automatic hot
water, oil circulator. Nice back
yard, fenced. Souttiern exposure.
10 days delivery. See Wade Real- '
ty Co., 205 Princess St.
85_Help Warned—Male
WANTED
2 men, with good references,
for snack bar. Good salary,
room and meals. Nice place
for right parties. Apply J.
B. Rector, Mgr. Officers
Club, No. 1 Bldg., T-20, Camp
Davis, N. C.
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO WORK.1
ERS ENGAGED IN ESSENTIAL
INDUSTRIES
Under the Employment Stablllza- ■
tion Plan of the War Manpower
Commission no worker now en- ;
gaged in essential activity may tie
hired locally unless he has a State- 1
ment of Availability from his last
employer. Beyond normal com
muting distance no worker can be
hired without a Statement ol
Availability issued by the United
States Employment service. Be
fore changin„ jobs visit the Em
ployment Office serving your area
“ASSISTANT STEAM DREDGE .
Engineer for 20” Hydraulic ;
Dredge working at Morehead
City, N. C. Reply. Norfolk Dredg
ing Company, Box 486, Norfolk -
1, Va.”
90.—Help Wanted—Female 1
EXPERIENCED COOK AND
maid wanted, for private family,
half-day job, no children, good
pay. Call 4430 between 9 and 5 -
o'clock, beginning today.
TWO FIRST CLASS WAITRESSES
for night work. Apply Jack’s
Sandwich Shop, 11th & Chestnut.
SOLDIER'S WIFE TO KEEP
house and look after two chil
dren while mother works at
shipyard. Room, ooard and
small salary offered. Visit 604
D. Vance St., Maffitt Village.
WANTED: YOUNG LADY. BEL
tween 25 and 35 years, free to
travel, to train for manager la
dies ready-to-wear shop. Excel
lent salary and future for right
party. Write Box “BS”, care
of Star-News.
WANTED: FOUR WHITE
girls for laundry work.
Apply Modern Laundry.
118 S. 17th St.
95.—Insurance
HOSPITAL INSURANCE, LIFE,
accident and health. Complete
protection. W. A. McGirt, Gen
eral Agent, 215 Princess street.
i’. E. LIVINGSTON & CO.
Mutual Insurance—Real Estate
Wallace Pldg.—Dial 0047
100. —Instruction
STENOTYPE COMPTOMETER,
Burroughs Calculators, and aii
Commercial subjects taught.
Mrs. Motte's Secretarial School,
313 Church St.
KNOW your job—earn more. Spare
time study. Business, Electrical,
Mechanical Engineering courses.
Free catalog. International Cor
respondence Schools, Scranton,
Penna.
101. —Jewelry
ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF MUSI
cal 7-Jewel alarm clocks. Wil
mington Jewelry Shop. 127 N.
Front St.
JEWELRY
We have Elgin, Bulova,
Longines, Gruen and Le
Coutre watches in stock
now.
JEWEL BOX
109 No. Front St.
Wilmington, N. C.
TOP PRICES paid-FOR YOUR
old diamonds. Jewel Box, 109
North Front St.. Wilmington,
N. C.
JEWELRY
Matched wedding rings,
$17.95. All sizes and styles.
Terms.
JEWEL BOX
109 No. Front St.
Wilmington, N. C.
102.—Laundry
PICK UP AND DELIVERY ON
all services. Call us. Caison Bros.
Laundry, 13th and Dawson. Dial
2-3678.
104. —Loans
MONEY TO LOAN
On Diamonds, Watcnes, Jewelry,
Silverware, Mens Clothing, Type
writers. Shotguns, Musical Instru
ments and Anytn.ng of Value!
FINKLESTEIN'S LOAN OFFICE
“Wilmington's Oldest and Largest
Front and Market Street*
$5.00 AND UP
On Your Signature Alone
WILMINGTON FINANCE CO
202 MURCHISON BLDG.
105. —Lost and Found
LOST: TWO RATION BOOKS NO.
3 in vicinity of Carolina Beach
Post Office. Finder pease re
turn either to Post Office or Mrs.
S. M. Fris'oee, Carolina Beach.
S10.00 reward.
LOST: “Et^GAS~RATION BOOK.
J. T. Prescott. 23 Pinckney street
Shipyard Trailer Camp.
NUMBER 3 RATION BOOKS,
David and Delia Lloyd. RFD.
No. 2. Box 234 Wilmington, N. C.
LOST: "A" GAS RATION BOOK.
W. W. Higgins, Scott Hill. N. C.
STRAYED: ONE YELLOW BUTT
head heifer with leather halter.
C. M. Johnson, Delco, N. C.
LOST: BOX OF ELECTRICIANS
tools. Return to A. R. King. 713
Grace St. Phone 7177. Reward
S2S
110.—Livestock
F'OR SALE: MILCH COWS. TEN J
head of fresh and heavy spring-)
ers, also a nice selection of hogs.
Rochelle's Service Station, Mar
ket street road. Seven mile post.
TORSES FOR HIRE- DAY OR
night. Bill Cole Stables. Dal 9710
For SALE: SEVERAL HORSE
drawn soy bean harvesters, just
received. Marks Machinery Ci.
MYRTLE COURT STABLES ON
old Wrishtsville Roan Horses j
for hire. Riding lessons. Dial
8. Call 8556-W.__
118.—.Vlusic
WE RENT PHONOGRAPHS FOR
parties and social occasions
Dial 9625 Whitehead Music Co
106 No 2nd
FUST RECEIVED: SHIPMENT
of combination phonograph ra
dios, table and cabinet sets. A.
H. Yopp Piano Co.. 209 Princess
Street.
120_Office Equipment
rYPEWRITERS A ADDING MA
:hines. Ah makes adjusted snd
repaired L C. Smith & Corona
Typewriters, Aien-Wales Adding
Machines H F Wolfe, Agt., 114
Princess. Phone 5783
125.—Paint—Papering
TOR EXPERT PAPER HANG
ing. Dial *-8650. Estimates free.
F. L. Casteen.
^AINTTNG DONE BY CREW OF
neat, fast men. Estimates cheer
fully given. Dial 2-2951
130.—Professional
THARIS FOUNDATION, GAR
ment is illustrated in September,
McCall's. Contact local repre
sentative, Mrs. Emma Case
Nance, P. O. Box 853. Dial 6024.
1PENCER O A.SETS AND SUR
gical garments. Individual de
signing service. Mrs. W. M.
Hibbs. 1720 Orange St. Home
Service
136.—Poultry
$i$ IN POULTRY BUY OUR
bloodtested baby chicks. Prof.c
abie fryers, early layers. Rouda
bush’s Seed Store.
139.—Radio and Repairs
Hufham’s Radio Repair Service
517 North 3rd St
Phone 5397 .
RADIO AND REFRIGERATION
repair service. L. D. Biake. Dial
4749.
SHACKLEFORD’S RADIO RE
pair Service. Any make, any
model. 123 Grace St. Dial 1817
Commercial Frigidaire Refriger
ation.
Archie’s Radio Service
Prompt Service, Open Evenings
706 Chestnut. Dial 2-2589.
150.—Real Estate
FOR SALE: 415 S. 4th St.. SIX
rooms, furnished. See Foster
Hill. Dial 2-3371.
"REAL ESTATE - RENTALS
General Insurance. Frank G.
Harrsis Dial 7018.”
INSURANCE
Specializing in long-haul trucks,
buses and taxicabs hospitaliza
tion and Life. J. L. Baldwin,
Agency, 217 Princess street.
FOR SALE: LARGE LOT IN FOR
est Hill. Fronts two hundred for
ty-six feet and has a' depth of
four hundred feet. Write “FH”,
care of ’Star-News.
BUY OR SELL YOUR REAL
Estate through Hughes and Mor
ton Wallace Bldg, 3rd and Prin
cess. Phone 7691.
LIST YOUR RENTALS & SALES
With Us — A-l Service
Frank G Harriss. 2’3 Princess St.
LIST YUUn tl U U S L, S AiML'
apartments with us for quick
rental. Marshall Realty Co. 215
Princess. Dial 2-1752.
MOORE - FONVIELLE REALTY
Co. We are equipped to serve
you.
FOR QUICK SALE OF CITY AND
farm property, consult us. J. L.
Baldwin, Agency, Geo. A. Bid
dle. Sales Manager. Dial 2-3210.
217 Princess Street.
152.—Refrigeration Service
B R I C K L E S REFRIGERATION
Service, domestic and commei
cial, prompt service, 1917 Chest
nut. Dial 9855.
155. —Seeds—Plants—Bulbs
QUALITY’ SEED
We Specialize in the Seeds
You Need
SEEDS
for all types of growers, home
gardens, market gardeners,
produce growers and long
crop farmers.
CROSS SEED CO.
12 Market St. Dial 6868
KEEP VICTORY GARDENS
full. Plant onion sets, collarc' and
cabbage plants Turnip. Mustard,
Beet. Radish, and other season
able seeds Fertilizers, insecti
cides. Roudabush's Seed Store.
Corner Front and Dock Sts.
WOOD’S TESTED SEEDS: NOW
is the time to plant fall gardens.
Turnips, rutabagas, mustard,
kale, spinach, radish, carrots,
beets, lettuce, broccoli, cabbage,
onion sets, etc. Victory Garden
Fertilizer. T. W. Wood and Sons
RICH SOIL FOR VICTORY GAR
dens and shrubbery S2.50 a load
delivered. Phone 6083.
156. —Situations Wanted
EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER
and ediphone operator desires
position. Part time preferred.
Write "MCS”. care of Star-News
160.—Transfer and Storage
OUR "BUSINESS-IS CRAT
ing and shipping all kinds
household furniture. Nor
throp Transfer Co. 2-1703.
1 nt\ U/’o nt A
WANTED FOR ELDERLY RE
fined couple two light-housekeep
ing rooms, furnishcfl or un
furnished. Close to bus line. Ap
ply Dixie Barber Shop or Dial
9323.
WANTED: SIX PASSENGERS TO
Philadelphia, leaving Wed esday
5 o'clock sharp. Dial 7060 after 6.
WANTED: SERVI-CYCLE WITH
out motor. Dial 4567 or write
"Servi-Cycle ' Star News, Wil
mington, N. C.
WANTED: THREE OR FOUR
room unfurnished or partly fur
nished apartment by adult fami
ly of three. W'ilmingtonians. Dial
7155.
WANTED IN FOREST HILLS OR
Oleander, house not, less than
seven or more than 9 rooms
Ask for Biddle at J. L. Baldwin
office. Dial 2-3210.
WANTED: OLD SAWS FOR CASH.
Brown's Saw Service, 92414 No.
4th St.
WANTED: RIDE TO WASHING
ton, D. C., Friday or Saturday.
October 8-9. Share expenses,
driving. References. Call 5048.
WANTED: OIL CIRCULATOR
and wool rugs. Give make color
and kind. Write OAB. care of
Star-News.
WANTED TO RENT IMMEDIATE
ly a house by Wilmingtonian.
Good references. Desperate.
Call 6794. _
LIEUT. WIFE. 2 YEAR-OLD BA
by desire 3 or 4 room apart
ment. Call Mrs. C. D. Jones.
Phone 6056.
PAINT WORK WANTED: BY Ex
perienced men. Interior or ex
terior. at pre-war prices. Dial
2-1137.
WANTED: APARTMENT. FU fi
nished prefered. Call 7032 be
tween 9 and 6.
WANTED*™ BUY SELF PLAY
er piano: four burn r oil stove,
large coal heater, two used
laundry heaters. Call Wrights
ville 9485.
SIDE GLANCES
i-- •. =_
^ y*
COPS. 19*3 BY WE* WBVICt. IHC. T. W, SCO. U. «. PAT.OPT, '*-1
“I’m taking in a football game this afternoon—I can’t
promise I’ll deliver this telegram till later in the day l”
Crime Incidence Low
Among Camp Davis Men
Post’s Military Police Co
operate With
Wilmington
CAMP DAVIS, Oct. 3. — The In
cidence of crime among Camp Da
vis soldiers is much lower tha'j
that of any civilian population of
similar size.
This fact was made known by
Capt. James E. Lewis, Jr.. C</»*
manding Officer of the Military
Policemen Detachment here, in
an interview this week.
Captain Lewis attributed this
satisfactory state of affairs to the
efficiency to the military police
and to the thorough and effective
cooperation which his organiza
tion receives from the police de
partment of the city of Wilming
ton and the Marine police of the
Marine base at New River.
Camp Davis military police op
erate in Brunswick, Columbus,
Pender, New Hanover, and Duplin
counties, and in Onslow county,
west of New River. Meetings be*
tween MP officers and the police
heads of these counties are held
periodically for the purpose of
coordinating police funcLons.
The military police heie main
tain details in Wilmington, Caro
lina Beach, Wrightsvill# Beach,
Hollyridge, Seabreeze Beacn and
Fort Fisher.
Some of the regular durtes of
the military police are highway
patrol, gate guard, convoy escort,
camp patrol, investigation of all
crimes within the Army, payroll
guard, and vice patro’.
In addition the military police
are concerned with enemy aliens,
prisoners of war, protection or vi*
tal installations against sabotage
and fifth column activities, disas
ter relief, investigation of appli
cants for jobs in private plants
working on classified contract*,
and the naturalization of civilian
nlipns.
Every MP receives training In
the rudiments of civil and military
law. as well as in arrest tech
niques, arrest reports, traffic con
trol, judo, riot control, and proce
dure in disaster.
The Corps of Military Police was
created in 1942. Before this time
MP's were detailed for duty fror^l
line outfi's.
“In the last war the MP’s were
net popular because military po
lice duty was a special temporary
detail in line organizations. When
a group of soldiers was relieved
from duty and a new bunch was
put on, tiie new men would take
it out on the old detail for ham
mering away at them when they
had been on duty,’’ Capt. Clark
explained.
"Now with a regular Corps of
Military Police, such abuses and
misdirection of purpose do not ex
ist," he added.
The strength of the Camp Davis
military police is 213. Capt. Lewis
oas a staff of five investigators,
all of whom are lawyers
-V-1
Double Parachute Jump
Ends In Death For One
Allied Headquarters in the
Southwest Pacific, Oct. 3 — CAP)
— Lieut. John M. Donegan, hold
sr qf an air medal and oak leaf
cluster for 48 combat missions
.vith the fifth air force, also holds
:he Soldiers medal for an extra
ordinary attempt at rescue.
The Navigator on Donegan’s
mitc-hell medium bomber at
empted a parachute jump but
lis chute fouled. Donegan clasped
he man around the body and also
umped in an attempt to carry
.he navigator with him and save
lis life. But the sharp fall tore
the man loose from Donej;an’s
'rasp, and the navigator fell to
lis death. Donegan is from
Phoenix, Ariz.
30 JAP ZEROES
ARE SHOTDOWN
14th Air Force Bombs
Installations At Hai
phong Friday
HEADQUARTERS OF THE
14TH U. S. AIRFORCE IN CHI
NA, Oct. 2. — (Delayed) —OP)—
American Liberator bombers and
their P-40 and P-38 escorts shot
down 30 Japanese Zero fighters,
probably destroyed 14 others and
damaged five Friday in a run
ning battle with enemy planes
over Indo-China, it was announced
: today.
In spite of the fierce aerial re
sistance, in which six Liberators
were damaged, the big bombers
dumped 50 tons of heavy explo
sive bombs on the power plant,
I warehouses and dock installations
at Haiphong in one of the heaviest
raids of the war on that important
port.
Grey-haired, soft spoken Sgt.
Arthur J. Benko blazed his way
into the position as one of tire
leading if not the top aerial gun
ner of the U. S. Army Air Forces
as he personally accounted for
seven of the Japanese attackers
during the running fight.
Sgt. Benko. who lives at Bisbee,
Ariz., and mans a gun in one of
the “Liberators of China,” raised
his confirmed total of Japanese
planes shot down to 16. During a
mission to Ichang last May he
nailed four Zeros and on a later
raid on Hankow he bagged five
ethers.
Friday’s target was left in
flames, with smoke rising 5.000
feet, returning crewmen said.
-V
BETTERLESS
NEW YORK. Oct. 3.—(/PI—But
terless lunches in New York City's
restaurants and hotels were rec
ommended today by Mayor F H.
LaGuardia in his weekly radio
talk over city station WNYC, as
he discussed the current butter
shortage.
170.—Wanted
WANTED: TO BUY ONE INCH
oak gum poplar boards, rough,
green or dry. C. E. White Lum
ber Co.. Wilmington, N. C.
WANTED” ONE SMALL OUT7
board motor in good condition,
aLo three man boat. Give des
cription and model. “KR”, care
of Star-News.
WANTED ALL PEOPLES SUF
fering kidney trouble or back
ache to try “Kido.” 97c. Money
back guarantee. At Saunders
Drug Store or Brooklyn Phar
macy.
WANTED: ELECTRIC "WASHING
machine, urgent need, bed in
valid. pay more. Dial 6930.
WANTED GOOD USED LATE
model bicycles We will pay
cash. Bring to Pickards 209
Market or D'al 2224
WANTED: KEROSENeThOT WA
ter heater in good condition.
Answer F. S., care of Star
News.
WE WILL BUY YOUR RADIO! ;
Taubman’s. 16 South Front Si. |
WANTED TO BUY GOOD USED;
furniture. Boat Furniture Co
29 S Front. Dial 5540.
WANTED: LAWN MOWER, GOOD
condition. Call 7984 Sunday or
any night.
'wanted7~T_or 6 room””un:
furnished house in good neigh
borhood. Permanent residence.
Phone 2-1094.
WANTED — TO RENT SMALL i
house not more than 10 miles
from Wilmington—Write 304-B
Williamson Drive. Maffit Village,!
Wilmington, N C. I!

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