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Alterations, Remodeling - Prces Reasonable jv.iev Tailoring Co 27 So. Fron ^.-Automotive jjjj SALE'- PLYMOUTH STAN card business coupe, 1937 model, first class condition. H. E. Wil liamson. 218 North 4th. Tele phone 2-8664 _ f AUTOMOBILE BODY, REPAIR mg, painting. Biiug your car in foi estimate. Westbrook-Brown Motor to. __ AUlO TRAILERS, FACTORY built 3-4 ton all steel frame oak bodies, new tires and tubes, 600 x 16. No certificate necessary Call Harris Haskett 9973 Maul din Motor Co. LONG MOTOR CO. PACKARD and NASH 16th and Market Phone 3211 WE "BUY AND SELL GOOD clean late model automobiles. Roberts Auto Exchange, 13th Castle. Dial 6734. lit BUY, SELL, TRADE AND finance good automobiles—See us before you sell or buy—W. P. Sutton, 220 Kenwood Ave.—Dial 4018. CASH FOR YOUR CAR! WE buy and sell good used cars. Howell Motor Co., 7 No. 3rd St. POR SALE: 1938 PANEL DELIV ery Ford V-8, good tires, cheap for cash. Call 2-1169 after 5 p. m. l'C_. SALE: 1941 PLYMOUTH coupe, low mileage. Dial 4408. Chevrolet and Pontiac Oldsmcbiie-GMC Sales and Service RANEY CHEVROLET CO. 406 Princess St. Dial 9621 WE BUY AND SELL USED CARS. Westbrook Brown Motor Com _pany. 113 No. 2nd St, Dial 5874. 4; PONTIAC 4 DOOR STREAM uner sedan, tow mileage excel lent condition, good tires. One owner. McMilian Buick Co. Dial 9574. i94° FORD CONVERTIBLE; 1938 ford coach and 1940 Pontiac se dan. J. K. Davis. Dial 2-8329 or or 2-8674. PRIVATE OWNED '40 MODEL ■Chevrolet, will sell cheap for cash. See Bill Shear at Pure Oil - Corner 3rd and Bladen. A GOOD 1939 CHEVROLET coach, clean car and good rub . Der. Priced right. Call 5887. j—Chiropractor headache, backache, nerv ousness. Dr. Mary J. Layton, -ilf Southern Bldg. Phone 2-0428. ^Boats SALE ~ONE 8 CYLINDER H. P. Gray Marine motor. P. 0. Box 385 or call _Trightsville 8890-J._ -Hiiilders -ONSTRUCTION PRIORITIES. Re ’ rePai: or build now. estimai' 'ontracts. Also machine dr; , l. Willard, r-ngineerirn architectural jmaftsman. ,01. ^•--^Bi'ilde. , ,/piies SEren °R CALL OS FOR YOUR cuirements in building supplies ?s: lumber, paint, insula boards, rock wool, wall h-fJ’i?' corner cabinets, roofing, rin C,' j e Hning, brixment, win boors, etc. Dial 2-3339, |-E2l12h Builders Supply. Inc. ‘'»S: SASH doors blinds Tll^°r, Door frames, creens. est nd ,C?lun?ns Cabinets. Old Rnriiwi* ^Quipped Shop in City, and Land. Dial 5229. HOOFING BY BIRD & SON Bp-,,,.. , Since 1795 Hi No"1 m ■D’-mable Economical Vrorb- -° r-,Water St- Hanover Iron Dla: 2-3257 ROOFING mol n .c?.rPenlpr repair work, Warre^^M ^ 12. —Builders’ Supplies does your roof leak? no obligation or cost to examine our lock shingles. Nothing like it on the market Y our old shingles will insulate the house when oui shin gles axp placed over them. Ten year guarantee against leaks or curls. Free estimate for complete job. Dial IS1*? Mclver Lumber Co ASBESTOS CEMENT BOARD~ls the modern material for bath room and kitchen, waterproof, neat and easily cleaned, takes a good paint job. Dial Becker’s 7761._ 13. —Business Opportunities SMALL SECOND-HAND CLOTH ing business, showing good pro fit. Write or see W. H. Bethea, 105 So. Front Street. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY, PRO fitable clothing establishment near Wilmington. Not a boom busi ness, but investment for after War too. Worth investigating. Write "BP”, care of Star News.. 14. —Business Service ALL TYPES ACETYLENE WELD ing and braseing by experienc ed welder. Further information call 5952. Free estimates. PRECISION MACHINE AND welding shop — specialized in precision macnine work—and a general welding service. 213 Chestnut street. 22.—Clothing MEN! YOU CAN DRESS WELL. Save real money on clothing bill at Finkelstein’s Front and Mar ket Sts. SEE THE MOST COMPLETE SE lection of sport coats in the city. Finkelstein’s, Front and Market. PREPARE YOURSELF FOR a hard cold winter, leather jackets, shoes, blankets, work pants, sweaters, weld er’s outfit, heavy rain coats. Everything for the working man at special prices. Wilmington Army and Navy Store, 20 Market street. 25—Coal—Wood—Fuel Oil WOOD ALL KINDS: CUT ANY length split or block. Also kind ling. Dial 6204. DOG COLLARS FIRESTONE STORES 8 North Front St. Dial 6671 35.—Drugs Let Us Fill Your Next PRESCRIPTION See Us For Your Drug Needs! BROOKLYN PHARMACY 902 No. 4th St. Dial 6678 NO ONE SELLS FOR LESS! 41.—Eatables FISH, OYSTERS, SEAFOODS, dressed and delivered. Special prices to cafes and boarding houses. Pearce’s 818 No. 4th St Dial 7872. OYSTER ROAST. ALL YOU can eat for $1.50. Stokley’s Wrightsville Ter minal. Phone 8564. FRESH FISH AND VEGETABLES F. and V. Market. 616 So. 17th Dial 2-2335. FRESH COUNTRY EGGS DAILY at ceiling prices, also fresh vegetables and ripe bananas. Nick’s, Carolina Beach Road. 41.—Eatables BROWN’S GROCERY" CHOICE cuts, lamb, veal, beef and pork. Fancy Groceries. 802 No. 4th St Dial 6585. II IT’S FISH YOU WANT. OYS ters in shell or open, call Sellers Fish Market. 605 Castle St., Dial 9521. We deliver. 45.—Electrical MASON ELECTRIC CO. Electric Contractors 107 No. 3rd St.Dial 6782 48.—Feeds FOR EARLY FRYERS AND LAY ers, feed Wood’s Hollybrook Poultry Feeds. Headquarters for Dr. Salisbury’s Poultry Medica tion. T. W. Wood and Sons. I' HjUjU VjtxvVJ W rilN U rii run profit with Quaker Sugared Schu macher Feed. The Ideal Carbo hydrate feed for the milking herd, for swine, dry stock, lambs steers and horses. Allen and Son. Dial 5762,_ TUXEDO FEEDS ~ The Feeder’s Silent Partner CROSS SEED CO. /ITA -LIFE " PIG AND HOG RA tion for thrifty pig- and quicker porkers. Keith Milling Co., 11J No. Water._ 49. —Financial BEAR CREEK COPPER MINES nearing peak ot production. There is still available a few shares at par. Bear Creek Copper Mines, Inc., Wallace Building, 3rd and Princess St. Dial 7691. 50. —Floor Finishers FLOOR SANDING AND FINISH ing in Wilmington more than twenty years, refinishing and polishing floors. We also have sanding machine and edgers for rent. M L. Brothers and Son, 201 No. Uth st. Dial 4758. 51. —Florist CUT FLOWERS, POT PLANTS, corsages, funerai designs. Quick deliveries. Blossom Shop. 31 So. Front. Dial 6030. 52. —For Rem ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT for water pumps refrigerators and washing machines Dial 5861. 55.—For Rant—Apartments FOR RENT: 3 ROOM APART ment furnished, upstairs, 8 miles out near Wrightsville Beach. Phone 2-1375. Read The Classified Ads 55.—For Rent—Apartments THREE ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment on Newton Lane Cas tle Hayne Road next to last house on left hand side. Apply to same location. 60.—For Rent—Rooms FOR RENT: TWO NICELY FUR nished bedrooms, suitable for 4 men. Heat and shower bath. Dial 2-8524 before 9 a. m and after 4 p. m. PLENTY OF ROOMS BY DAY or week. Hanover Inn, Wrights ville Beach. Phone 9482. ROOMS: SEMI-HOTEL ACCOM modations, for men Rates $3.50 to $5.00 per week 402 North 4th St. Corner tth and Walnut. FOR RENT: ROOM IN PRIVATE home to Army couple, if wife '<► works Dial 2-0134. ROOM FOR RENT: SIX BLOCKS from shipyard for one gentle man. Apply after 6 p. m. 22 No. Jackson, Sunset Park. FURNISHED BEDROOM IN PRI vate home to young working Ar my couple. 317 Lake Drive, Princess Place. ONE STEAM HEATED ROOM, kitchen privileges for rent to married couple. Write “OS”, care of Star-News. 63.—Room and Board ROOM FOR SEVERAL BOARD ers. home cooked meals, early breakfast, lunches packed. Con venient to bus. Wrightsville Sound near Post Office. Dial 9483 ROOM AND FOARD. STEAM heat. 509 Market St. ROOM AND BOARD FOR MEN only. $10 5^ per week. 15 Prin cess St. 70.—For Sale BUGGY COMPLETE WITH HARN ess. Dial 4749. NEW FUR COATS FOR SALE: 1 electric fan, reasonable. 2-0628. FOR" SALE: ONE MAGIC CHEF gas range for restaurant, one ex haust fan, canopy, kitchen tables and cabinets. Apply 319 Wright Street. FANCY QUILT. JUST COMPLET ed, double wedding ring, pattern in beautiful handwork. Call 2 1856 after 6 p. m. TWO ICE BOXES FOR COOL drinks in good condition. Call 2 1856 after 6 p. m. FOR SALE: 1942 MOTOROLA RA dio. fit any car. $35.00. See at 2815 Market or dial 2-3541. NEW AND USED HOUSE TRAIL ers, terms or trade. Riverfront Trailor Park, Front St. Exten sion. BRING YOUR BROKEN RADIOS to Archie's. I have tubes and parts to give you 24 hour service on most radios. Also open eve nings. (No auto or portable ra dios'. Dial 2-2589. 706 Chestnut St. FOR SALE: ONE STANDARD make piano, in perfect condi tion, reasonable price. Dial 2 1971._ Leather Jackets Flashlights with Batteries Aluminum Ice Trays Goodrich Silvertown Stores 14 No. 3rd FOR CHRISTMAS: TABLE TEN nis, build-a-set trains, wagons, hobby horses, many other items. Thrif-T-Stores, Inc. 25 So. Front St, IRON SAFES, HANGING SCALES, National cash registers, 1 Ho bart coffee mill, 1 electric sand wich toaster, one 3 gallon coffee urn, Warren meat counters. Every thing for a market, showcases, sewing machine. Household and commercial electrical appliances repaired.L. F. Sollee, 902 Princess St._ FOR SALE: ONE EVENRUDE outboard motor, fuui cylinder, .7 1-2 H. P , practically new One Century 14 ft. outboard motor boat, practically new One Man’s bicycle, used very little. Call Howell Motor Co. TIRE RELINERS Firestone Stores 8 No. Front St. PIPER CUB AIRPLANE, A-l EN gine, new tires, priced to sell quick, $395. Dial 5920. n hit a rivim TP C* O Tf C and springs, 1 inter-spring cot, mattress. Apply to 518 S. 2nd. WE ARE NOW SHOWING a complete line of dolls. Shop Early. Jewel Box Gift Shop FOR SALE—VAGABOND COACH, completely furnished, 22 feet long metal top and bottom. King’s Trailer Camp, Carolina Beach. Lt. R. S. Radspmner. 3rd GRADE TIRES Tire Reliners Hughes Brothers 11th Market A BIG SHIPMENT OF BEAUT1 ful hearth brooms just received, the last we wll get for the duration. They will make an ideal Christmas gift. The Nancy Wilma Shop, 112 No 2nd. FOR SALE: 150 KEGS OF NAILS, all sizes. 206 No. Adams street, Sunset Park._ FOR SALE: SERVI-CYCLE THAT will really scat! Excellent con dition.. $200. Roy Rowe, Burgaw, N. C. St. Dial 2-356^. good condition, ruzi «•» — F< and chairs, nign‘ — - play pen. Dial 2-3720. 75.—Household Goods FOR SALE — LARGE AUTOMA tic wood burning heater, prac tically new. Dial 2-1696. CHIFFEROBES — DRESSERS — bedroom suits—oil ranges—sew inb machines—oil circulators — dish cabinets. Batson Transfer, 119 So. Front St. large'stock OF BABY CRIBS, carriages high chairs, kiddie coops, rockers, and youth beds. Home Fumitu’e Co. 23 Market. JUST RECEIVED: NEW SHIP ment of solid maple breakfast suites. Home Furniture Co., 23 Market St. __ BEAUTIFUL SELECTION OF 35 piece hand painted china. Sev eral pattern selections. Pender Furniture Co., 28 South Front St. JUST ARRIVED 4 PIECE MAPLE bedroom suites with poster beds. Home Furniture Co., 23 Market _St__ WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE of cribs and vouth beds with springs, also a few baby high chairs and kiddy coups. Carolina Furniture Co., 617 No. 4th St. Dial 4048.____ JUST RECEIVED- LARGE SHIP ment of utility cabinets Rail road salvage Co., 603 Castle Street, WE.BUY AND SELL USED FUR niture. H. Evensen Furniture Exchange 716 Castle. Dial 2-3809 COME IN AND SEE OUR LINE of toys and childrens furniture. Carolina Furniture Co., 617 No. 4th St. Dial 4048._ SHOP TODAY — SAVINGS that pay—Large selection of inner-spring mattresses - at $28.50—Hurry over to day. H. Berger and Son Furniture Co., 707 No. 4th St., Dial 5128. TTA TTCI T71TT AT TV A AAAO I IXUUUUIlViJl/ U'-'V-L/U 52 Piece set dishes . . $7.76 Terms $1.25 Weekly Also chinaware, crystal and table silver. Jewel Box Gift Shop SCREENED KITTIE COUPS, CAR riages, and cribs. Jones Furni ture Co. SHOP TODAY! SAVINGS that pay! Best selection of furniture in city. H. Ber ger & Son Furniture Co. 707 No. 4th St. Dial 5128. OAK PORCH ROCKERS — UN finished five drawer chests —wool comforts—Castle Street Furniture Co., Dial 6447. TURN YOUR ODD PIECES OF furniture into cash. M. and W. Furniture Co., 520 Castle. Dial 2-1963. SAVE MONEY! BEST BUY of the week! Ironing board with pads at $2.87. H. Berger and Son Furniture Co. 707 No. 4th St. Dial 5128. HOUSEHOLD GOODS We have pictures, mirrors and picture frames in our gift shop. Jewel Box 109 No. Front St. VISIT OUR GIFT MART. GIFTS that you will enjoy for years to come. Wilmington Furniture Co. “The Old Reliable’’. EOR SALE: BEAUTIFUL SELEC tion of mirrors, pictures, sec retaries and breakfast cabinets. Sutton Council Furniture Co. FOR QUICK CLOSE OUT: V1C tory strollers $8.95 Ecg. price $12.95. Kosch Furniture Co.. 6th and Castle. FOR SALE: HOOVER VACUUM cleaner, good condition. Phone Mrs. Morse. 2-1811 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. PIANO FOR SALE, PRACTICAL ly new, Wurlitzer syinet. Excep tionally beautiful mahogany case. Call 2-1856 after 6 p..m FOR SALE: HOUSEHOLD FURNI ture, electric refrigerator, gas range, 3 wool rugs, 6 piece din ing room suite. 113 South Harri son St., Sunset Park after 3:30 p. m. ou.—Houses t*or saie FOR SALE: 705 CHESTNUT ST. 5 rooms, redecorated, close to downtown. Immediate posses sion. Wade Realty Co , 205 Prin cess. _ FOR SALE: 712 SO. 5TH, 7 ROOMS Can be used as 3 apartments. Buy this home and move in. Wade Realty Co.. 205 Princess St LARGE FIVE ROOM MODERN home, nicely arranged. Will have to be seen to be appreciated. Cal] 2-1856 after 6 p. m. FOR SALE — NEWLY BUILT house; furnished, white rnd black kitchen furniture, 8 ft. electric refrigerator; other nice furniture, $2,600. Unfurnished $1,500. 114 South Washington Ext., Sunset Park. FOR SALE: SIX ROOM HOUSE at Seagate — priced reasonable. See O. G. Wall—at house. FIVE ROOM HOUSE AND HOUSE trailer completely furnished for sale. $2000.00. 209 Meares St. 420 CAMPBELL ST., 2 STORY 6 room dwelling, can be bought for less than cost of building alone. H. F. Wilder. Phone 4932. FOR SALE: 6 ROOM HOUSE, immediate occupancy. $4500.00. Call 2-3381. FOR SALE: 10 ROOM HOUSE "iN good condition on large corner lot, close in and the price is right. It will pay you to see us early before this is sold. Large brick store on corner lot, excel lent buy. If it’s Real Estate, see us. We have property in all parts of the city and suburbs. W. M. Hewlett, Realtor. 214 Princess Street. Dial 7138. 80.—Houses for Sale FOR SALE 7 room house in excellent con dition. Winter Park, early possession. Lot 100x210. 5 room house in Winter Park. Lot 100x160. Audubon: 5 room house & bath. Large lot. Early possession. Dial 2-3432 W. A. McGirt, Realtor 215 Princess Street SALES - RENTALS - HOUSES lots, tarms—Tucker Real Estate Co.. Box 661-A, Phone 2431. Caro lina Beach. PINE CREST TERRACE, t rooms, large let. Hinton Insur ance and Realty Co, 223 Prin cess St, Dial 2-3734. 85.—Help Wanted—Male WANTED: TWO SERVICE STA tion attendants and one wash boy. Apply Snow’s Esso Service Center, 3rd and Market LARGE CORPORATION WANTS young man, drjft exempt, for routine office work. Must be typist, otherwise no experience necessary. We will train you. Starting salary $75.00 per month. Excellent opportunity for ad vancement to right party. Ad dress P. O. Box 1147. VACANCY THROUGH DEATH. Rawleigh Route now open ir Wilmington. Dealer who recent ly died sold there 10 1-2 years. Has made sales of $125 to $15C and many more weeks. Trade well established. Excellent op portunity. Write at once. Raw leigh’s Dept. NCK-252-202, Rich mond, Va. WANTED: TWO COLORED ME1S to work in wash room. Apply 111 So. 17th. _ WANTDD EXPERIENCED WHITE male tailor, very attractive pro position and steady empli yment Box "MS” care Star-News. WANTED — SEVERAL wool pressers. Piece work. Possible $45.00 to $65.00 per week. Snow White Laundry, 5th & Wright. WANTED BOYS 14 TO 16 YEARS old with bicycle for newspaper routes. Apply circulation depart ment Star-News. 90.—Help Wanted—Female WANT9D: DEPENDABLE^"NEAT healthy colored all-day servan in Oleander home with two chil dren. Telephone 7262. WANTED: ONE SALESLADY. $11! a month plus clothes and com mission on sales. Gulf Oil Corp 3rd and Chestnut Street. WANTED — COLORED shirt finishers, hand iron ers and linen pressers. 8 good positions for steady employment. Call today Snow White Laundry, 5th and Wright St. WANTED: CAPABLE COLORED woman for work in small room ing house. Must be clean, de pendable and honest, with refer ences. See Mrs. White at 215 Orange before 2 p. m WANTED 2 COUNTER - GIRLS, 2 stand girls, 1 truck driver ap ply in person Warren Bros. Shipyard Cafeteria. WANTED: HIGH SCHOOL TEA cher with A certificate and ex perience. Address P. O. Bos 821. SIX GIRLS WITH HIGH school education wanted. Checker experience prefer red. Apply today 5th and Wright St. Snow White Laundry. WANTED: DEPENDABLE MAIL for general housework 501 Doc! St. WANTED BY WORKING COU ple housekeeper to live in horns and care for semi-invalid moth er, good salary. Call 2-1624 be tween 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. GIRLS WANTED FOR CURE service. Peacock Alley Soda Shop 17th and Queen. 35.—Insurance FOR INSURANCE AT A SAV ings consult this office, also real estate. J. L Baldwin, Agency, 217 Princess St. PREFERRED HOSPITAL "Ex pense policy from birth to age 70. W. A. McGirt, Agency; Roy R. Williams. Special Agent 215 Princess Street. F, E. LIVINGSTON & CO. Mutual Insurance Real Estate Wallace Bldg. Dial 6047 100.—Instruction STENOTYPE, COMPTOMETER, Burrough’s Calculators, and all Commercial subjects taught. Mrs. Motte’s Secretarial School, 313 Church St. KNOW YOUR JOB. EARN MORE Become a specialist. 400 courses. Drafting, engineering, business, etc. Free catalogue. Internation al Correspondence Schools, Scran ton, Pa, 101_Jewelry UNREDEEMED WATCHES $14.50 up. Guaranteed. Cape Fear Loan Office. 12 So. Front._ JEWELRY Matched wedding rings. $17.95. Solid Gold. Terms. JEWEL BOX 109 No. Front St. JEWELRY Fountain Pens $1.25 Identification Bracelets $2.95 JEWEL BOX 109 No. Front 101. —Jewelry Guaranteed Watch Repairing Guaranteed Service Wilmington Jewelry Shop 127 N. Front St., across from P. O. 102. —Laundry PICK UP AND DELIVERY SER vice, damp wash, Thrif-T, family finish and commercial. CaLon Bros. Laundry. 13th Dawsc •. Dial 2-3678. 104. —Loans $5.00 AND UP On Your Signature Alone WILMINGTON FINANCE CO. 202 MURCHISON BLDG. s_— MONEY TO LOAN On Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry Silverware, Men's Clothing, Type writers. Shotguns, Musical instru ments and Anytn.ng of Value i FINKLESTEIN'S LOAN OFFICE ‘Wilmington's Oldest and Largest Front and Market Street# 105. —Lost and Found LOST — BROWN BILL - FOLD containing new “A” gas-book, registration card, shipyard check, identification card, $20 in mon ey. Keep money, return to L. L. Cloniger, Box 654-A, Caro lina Beach. LOST: CHANGE PURSE CON taining $23 and change. $8.71 in Sears Roebuck checks. Reward. Dial 3790. LOST: TRUCK TARPULIN. RE ward foi return or information leading to return. Dial 9336 or write K. V. Tuttle, Gen. Delivery. Wilmington. LOST: EYE GLASSES, HORNE rim frame pink in brown case. Lost Friday at New Hanover High School or down town sec tion. Reward. Call 2-1007 or 701 Central Blvd, Sunset Park. LOST: “AAA" CHAIN WITH SEV eral keys downtown section. Tuesday A. M. Dial 6854. I.OST: BILLFOLD, $42.00 AND drivers license. Reward. 5 Court G. Lake Forest. LOST: GASOLINE “A” RATION with coupons. Return to under signed. Reward. George West brook Westbrook Brown Motor Co. LOST: NO. 4 RATION BOOK. Edith Johnson, 8 No. Blvd. Sun set Park. LOT: NO. 3 RATION BOOK. ER tel Carlie Miller, K. F. D. 1, Box 118A, City. LOST: WALKER DOG. MALE. White with large black spots, vicinitj Maco, N. C.. reward. See Mr. Skipper at Maco. 110.—Livestock ONE GOOD LARGE MULE FOR sale See J. W. Coble, 1 C 11 Hoo per Drive. Maffitt Village. HORSES FOR SALE AND HIRE. Bill Cole Stables, Dial 9710. MYRTLE COURT STABLES ON old Wrightsville Road. Horses for hire. <$1.50 per h ur). Riding lessons. Horses boarded. Dial 8. Call 8556-W. FOR SALE: ONE FIVE HUN dred chick Browers, electric brooder One Hampshire sow; ten, five weeks old pigs. One large guirea sow, ight five wks. old pigs The Keith Oil Company Castle Hayne Road. Dial 7765 or 6294 112.—Machinery FOR SALE: SEVERAL HORSE drawn soy bean harvesters, just received Marks Machinery C'1 118.—Music WE RENT PHONOGRAPHS FOR parties and social occasions. Dial 9625, Whitehead Music Co. 106 No. 2nd. JUST RECEIVED^ SHIPMENT of combination phonograph ra dios, table and cabinet sets. A. H. Yopp Piano Co., 209 Princess Street. 125 — Paint—Papering PAINTING DONE BY CREW OF neat, fast men Estimates cheer fully given. Dial 2-2951 PAINTING INTERIOR AND EX terior. Call Bradley 2-3895. 136— Poultry WOOD’S BABY CHICKS. BE assured of a plentiful sup ply of fresh eggs and meat. Get your chicks today. T. W. Wood & Sons. S$$ IN POiJLlRY RUY OUR bloodtested baby chicks. Profit able fryers, earty layers. Rouda bush’s Seed Store. ___ 139.—Radio and Repairs HUFHAM'S RADIO REPAIR SER~ vice. 517 No 3rd St Phoi.e 5397 Archie’s Radio Service Prompt Service Open Evenings 706 Chestnut Dial 2-2589 SHACKELFORD’S RADIO RE pair Service. Any make, any model. 123 Grace St. Dial 7817 Commercial Frigidaire Refriger ation. RADIOS, REFRIGERATORS AND oil heater repair service. L. D. Blake, Dial 4749. 150.—Real Estate FOR SALE: TWO CHOICE LOTS in Sunset Park. Block 9 lots 17 and 18. J. H. Hinton._ t OR SALE AT CAROLINA BEACH modern rooming house, 17 rooms, hot baths, automatic hot water, innerspring mattresses through out, electric refrigeration, gas stove, completely furnished, new ly renovated, A-l condition. George B. Applewhite, Real Es tate Carolina Beach, N. C. TIMBER, ABOUT 2 1-4 MILLION feet pine cypress and hardwood, located in Horry County, S. C., on hard surface road about 4 miles from railroad. Good log ging propostion. Linwood McCal lum, Rowland, N. C. IMPROVED SOUTH CAROLINA farms, free list. Convenient terms. The Union Central Life Insur ance Co., Rock Hill, S. C. Phone 1076. 150.—Real Estate For SALE: LARGE LOT IN Forest Hil.s. Desirable location. Write Box “X-100”, care of Star News. REAL ESTATE - RENTALS General Insurance. Frank Ci Harrsis Dial 7018.” FOR SALE: LARGE LOT IN FOR est Hill. Fronts two hundred for ty-six teet and has a depth of four hundred feet Write “FH care ol Stir-News.__ LiST YOUR HOUSES AND apartments with us for quick rental. Marshal Realty Co., 215 Princess. Dial 2-1752. •"ARM NEAR SOUND, GOOD 5 room house, 30 acres or more. Must sell this week. Phone 9923. FRESH WATER FISHERIMANl Almost one mile of good fishing stream, 100 acres, 18 cleared. House, road frontage. Only $30.00 per acre. Phone 9923. WE SELl. THE EAKTh FOSTER Hill realty Co., 112 Princess St Dial 2-337j MOORE FONVIELLE RE ALT V Co. We are equipped to servp you. IF YOU WANT YOUR PROPER ty sold list, it with Hughes and Morton, Wallace Bldg., 3rd Princess. Dial 7691. 152—Refrigeration Service BRICKLES REFPrGF.RATTON service, domesti. and commer cial, prompt s-.rvice. 1917 Chest nut Dial 9855. 155.—Seeds—Plants—Bulbs WOODS TESTED FALI.~GRAINS Abruzzie Rye, Redheart Wheat Fulgrain and Victorgrain Oats Austrian peas. Hairy Vetch Crimson clover For the lawn. Wood's Rye Grass. T W Wood and Sons. 317 No Front St. K EEP v ICTORY GARDENS full Plant onion sets, collart and cabbage plants Turnip, Mustard. Beet. Radish and other season able seeds Fertilizers, insecti cides. Roudabush’s Seed Store Corner Front and Dock Sts. 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 RICH SOIL FOR VICTORY GAR dens and shrubbery $2.50 a load delivered Phone 6083. 160.—Transfer and Storage OUR business" is crat ing and shipping all kinds household furniture. Nor throp Transfer Co. 2-1703. 170.—Wanted COIL AND CONDENSOR FOR Brown Jr. “Class C” model mo tor. Answer “Brown Jr”, cafe of Star-News or call 2-1220. WANTED: RADIOS, REGARD less of condition. A C. with 6 or more tubes. Call Bud. County 4705. WANTED: ALL PEOPLE SUF fering kidney trouble or back ache to try "Kido " 97c. Money back guarantee At Saunders Drug Store or Brooklyn Phar macy. WANTED GOOD USED LATE model bicycles We will pay cash. Bring to Pickards 209 Market or Dial 7224 WANTED TO BUY. fE C O N D hand lumber doors, windows, etc Apply 218 No. Water or Dial 5647. WANTED TO BUY 5 OR 6 ROOM house in good location Write P. O. Box 1273. WANTED TO BUY GOOD USED furniture Bost Furniture Co 29 S Front Dial 5540. ■ EANUi GROWERS: WE BUY Red Spanish and large N. C Peanuts Contact for price now Southland Peanut Co., R. F. D 2 Box 3434 Wilmington. N C DRESS MAKING AND PLAIN sewing, etc. Dial 4376 a. m. or after 7 p. m. WAJ.NTJtt.lJ: Air Alt TTVL.EjJ.NT Uxt house by permanent residents. References given, Write “JCS” care of Star-News. CAPTAIN’ "wife AND SCHOOL age child would like a furnished apartment duplex or a house. Have own bedding, silver and dishes. Write ‘AWS”, care of Star News. WANTED: A THREE ROOM apartment with kitcheh by a newspaper worker and wife in private home Close in prefer red. Have bedroom and breakfast suites. No children or pets. Cal] 2-8346. TWO BUSINESS GIRLS DESIRE apartment or room in respectable private home. Dial 2-3703. WANTED TO BUY FOR CASH': House 6 rooms or more, Brook wood Forpst Hills, Oleander. Write “D”, care of Star-News. WANTED TO RENT BY ARMY officer, three (3) bedroom un furnished house. Call 2-1879. WANTED TO BUY ROUND WIRE bird cage. Write P. 0. Box 1565, city. WANTED: LARGE CLEAN RAGS. Bring to Press Room, Star-News. PROFESSIONAL MUSICIAN DE sires steam heated room with private bath, close in. references furnished. Write box “M” care of Star-News. WANTED TO BUY OLD MODEL pick up or auto—cheap for cash. Dial 4695. WANTED TO BUY—HOUSE 6, 7 or 8 rooms. Oleander, Brookwood, Glen Arden, Winter Park, Chestnut Heights, Forest Hills. Rick Ferrell. Dial 9653. LAKE FOREST GYM OPENS WEDNESDAY Residents Of Section Given Chance For Physical Education The Lake Forest School gym nasium opened Wednesday night for the first time with the Air Re gion military team occupying it for the first period, 7 to 8:30 p. m.f and Lake Forest residents using it for the second period, 8:30 to 10 p. m., City Recreation Director Jesse Reynolds announced Wednes day. The opening of the gymnasium will supplement the existing pro gram of activities at the Lake Forest Community building, of which Mrs. Joan Clancy is direc tor James Kirkpatrick is gymna sium director, Mr. Reynolds an nounced. Plans are also under way for basket ball, volley ball, archery and rifle gunnery. The rifle gun nery has the approval of the Na tional Rifle Association and the War Department. The gymnasium will be open Monday through Fri day and when plans for dancing have been completed it will also be open Saturday nights. Shipyard teams will use the gymnasium on Tuesday and Thursday nights. Mili ’ary units now assigned to the Lake Forest gymnasium will be transferred to other school gym nasium as soon as facilities are available. Director Reynolds also announc ed that an after-school gymnasium program for grammar school chi dren will be inaugurated in the near future. awuvmcB awu au wio jju'ib Forest Community Building in clude the Exercise Club which meets from 9 to 10 a. m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday with tap dancing from 10 to 11 each Monday morning. This activi ty is under the direction of Mrs. Ethel Player. Tap dancing classes for children are conducted by Mrs. ,'ean Allen each Tuesday and Fri day from 2 to 5 p. m. A social dancing class for adults meets each Tuesday from 7 to 9 p. m. A square dance was held Wednesday night and one is sched uled for each Wednesday night. The playground is open every af ternoon from 3 to 6. A tacky party is planned for Thursday evening and everyone in the Lake Forest area is invited to attend. Prizes for the best cos tumes will be awarded. Plans for Friday nights include parties and activities of special in terest to teen-age groups, Mr. Rey nolds said. 170.—Wanted MECHANIC, DESIRES WORK IN well equipped shop. Ford, Olds mobile or International Garages. Phone 5546. WANTED—PRE-WAR DOLL CAR riage. Also pre-war small coal heatrola. Phone 2-3644. WANTED — ARMY WIFE WITH small child desires room. Will ing to help with housework and care for children. Dial 2-2221, WANTED — ARMY WIFE WITH small child desires room. Will ing to help with housework and care for children. Dial 2-2221. WANTED A FURNISHED APART n.ent. have a 6 mos. old baby. Do not own a car. Am attached to Station Hospital, Camp Davis. Lt. Nathan A. Shapiro. Station Hospital, Camp Davis, N. C. ARMY CAPTAIN, ONE SMALL child wants furnished house or apartment by Dec. 1st. Wilming ton or Wrightsville. WANTED: LARGE HARD SHELL hickory nuts . Call 4183. WANTED: PAIR BLACK RIDING boots. Size 7 1-2. Call 4183. WANTED' CHILD S FLAY FEN with floor. Dial 2-1978. WANTED: GOOD MODEL A Ford, clean, cheap and in good condition. Dial 7873. Mr. Parvis. WANTED: FURNISHED 2 OR 3 room apartment for Army couple* No children or pets. Reply “RE” care of Star-News. WANTED: APARTMENT FOR OF ficer and wife. Amenable and well behaved. No children or livestock. Call Mrs. Waters, 5514. 180.—Legal NORTH CAROLINA: * NEW HANOVER COUNTY: CITY OF WILMINGTON, ET AL: VS M. H. FRENCH, ET AL: NOTICE OF SALE Under and by virtue of a judg ment of the Superior Court of New Hanover County entered in the above cause, the undersigned Com missioner will, at the West door of the Court House in New Hanover County, at Noon, the 20th day of December, 1943, offer for sale for cash to the highest bidder the fol lowing lot or parcel of land. BEGINNING in the Southern line of Dock Street at a point 173 feet and 9 inches Eastwardly from the intersection of the Southern line of Dock Street with the Eastern line of Fourth Street; runs thence Southwardly and parallel with Fourth Street 66 feet; thence East wardly and parallel with Dock Street 32 feet 6 inches; thence ‘Northwardly and parallel with Fourth Street 66 feet to the South ern line of Dock Street; thence Westwardly along the South ern line of Dock treet 32 feet and 6 inches to the point of Beginning, same being the East Middle part of Lot 1 in Block 142 according to the official plan of the City of Wilmington, North Carolina Dated and posted this the 18th day of November, 1943. C. D. HOGUE, Commissioner.