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Tre U S postal ragt nations are very ,n 5ucn matters, as such an act would he misuse ot the U S mall, and T^e star-Neves will see that any.attemp: to defraud is promptly handled by the \ 0 department_■ Anoouncementk ‘i-Automotive. 8 —Chiropractor. . V.- Boa is 10, -BuuKseiiers- -Stationery 11. - Builders. 12 Builders Supplier. 13.-Business Opportunities. 14 Business Service. 15.-Business Sites 2'.) Cleaners. Dyer*. 22 Clothing 25 Coal Wood fuel OU 3U Dairy Products 32 Dancing 33 Dogs Cats Pets 35 Drugs 38 ur: Cleaning Pressing 41 tala Dies 42* baling Places 45 tiectrical 43 -Feeds 4^. — Financial 50.-Floor Finishers 51— Florist. 52 -Foi Kent 53,-foi Kent at Resoiis. 55.-tor Kent- Apartment* 60. -For Kent- Rooms. 63.— Room and Board. 65 -Foi Kent—Houses. 70.-For Sale. 73.-Hard ware. 75.—Household Goods. 10.—Houses For Sale in.-Helo Wanted—Male. <0.—Help wanted—Female : _ S5.—Insurance. i 100. —Instruction. J 101. -Jewelry. 7 102. -Laundry. r 104. -Leans 105. -Lust and Found 110. —Livestock. 111. - Miscellaneou* 112. -Macninery. 118.-Music * 120. —Office Equipment 121. -Office For Rent f 125. -Paint-Papering. 126. -Piurndmg—Heating. 127. -Printing. 130.-Professional. ii 135.-Personal. 156.-Poultry j 139. —Radio and Repair* 150.-Real Estate. 152.-Relrigerction Service 155.—Seeds- Plants--Bulb* ljb.-Siiwations Wanted. 157 — Shoes. lbO.-Transfer end Storage. 161. -Typewriter* 170 Wanted 1. - -Announcements ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR: Expen .n tax matters. Write to Felix Willman, Watha, N. C. UPHOLSTERING AND REPAIR ■ First Class Workmanship City Upholstering Co. 408 Castle St. 2. —Automotive 194] SUPER DE LUXE FORD - New tires, extra clean, low mi- . leage. Phone 9621 Monday. Ask ■ ft1. John Futcb.___ 1840 PONTIAC ~4 DOOR SEDAN. 19,009 miles, original tires. Also 1841 Oicismobile 4 door sedan, \ good tires, excellent condition, Rossie Holmes, 9621. ■ automobile bod\, repair- ' ing, painting. Bring your car in ftr estimate. 'Westbrook-Brown Motor Co.___ LONG MOTOR CO I. „ PACKARD and NASH 11 19th and MarketPhone 32111 ivT~buy and sell good[ clear, .ate model automobiles, i Kobr.rts Auto Exchange, 13th _ Castle. DiaJ 6734.__ * WE BUY, SELL, TRADE AND finance good automobiles—See Us before you sell or buy—W. P •jUtlon, 220 Kenwood Ave.—Dial ‘1013. ' l CAVSH FOR YOUR CAIL WE ?U>' and sell good used cars. [ _J«wsll Motor Co., 7 No. 3rd St. I94! Hudson-4 door sedan, Pre-war tires, extra nice. Dial 505 No. 4th._ Chevrolet and Pontiac Oldsmcbile-GMC „, Sales and Service .. Raney Chevrolet co. "princess St. Dial 9621 WE BU Y AND SELL USED CARS Westbrook Brown Motor Com U3 No, 2nd St, Dial 5874. PASSENGER-CAR. tires re eapped and repaired. Akron Tire ^pPuny, 7 North Third St. C PONTIAC 4 DOOR STREAM 'ner sedan, low mileage, excel condition, good tires. One uwner. McMillan Buick Co. Dial 18l-l foriTconvertible CLUB , radio, heater and spot f\n ,, is car is extra clean. Haskett. 9973. 5,f„ OEbsMdBILET-HYDROIAA t;?,rS° and heater—1941 Pon er 7, Ycr Streak, one man own Chn,,43'?00 actual miles — 1940 5oVVwlet c°ach. very good buy. Ma No. 4th. Dial 2-2004. 1 ( 2.—Automotive ARMY OFFICER OFFERS FOR sale. 1941 Pontiac 4 door sedan. Excellent condition. Call 2-2496. or 7283. 8.—-Chiropractor HEADACHE, BACKACHE. NERV ousness. Dr Mary J. Layton 512 Southern Bldg. Phone 2-0128. 11. —Builders JESS L. WILLARD. DRAFTSMAN 216 Kenwood. Dial 6501 Drawings and Priority Applications 12. —Builders’ Supplies WE DO ALL KINDS OF ROOFING work. Roof painting asbestos siding, general carpenter repair work. Call Warren 2-0129, Esti mate free. _ USE FORD LOCK SHINGLES TO cover your house, price reaeson rble and guaranteed. Dial 4347. Mclver Lumber Company. CONCRETE. DELIVERED TO your job, mixed in transit. B and G Company, Phone 5562. ROOFING BY BIRD & SON Since 1795 Beautiful Durable Economical 111 No Water Si. Hanover Iron Works. Dia. 2-3257 NOTICE: SASH DOORS BLINDS Windows, Door Frames, creens Turned Coiumns Cab'nets. Old est. Best Equipped Shop in City Roderick and Land. Dial 5229. 5EE OF. CALL US FOR YOUR requirements in building supplies such as: lumber, paint, insula tion boards, rock wool, wall board, corner cabinets, roofing, brick, Rue lining, brixment, win dows, doors, etc. Dial 2-3339. Smith Builders Supply. Inc. 13,—Business Opportunities FOR SALE: CAMERA SHOP AND Souvenir store. Downtown busi ness location. Apply 204 Princess St. 1 BUTCHER’S DREAM! EVERY thing to do business with. Buying power and red points to continue doing business in a big way. Two large meat cases, storage capa city, 1000 lbs. of meat, a Stahl in cold storage for additional meats. Dayton scales, electric slicer. Remington Rand adding machine. Electric cubing ma chine, meat chopper, electric knife sharpener. Jim Vaughn saw, hardwbod meat block, hand saw, full assortment of knives Large sink, gas hot water tank, swinging scales, for weighing capacity full steer at a time. This equipment is all new, can be bought in an established busi ness of two years and half in addition to a grocery store, or will sell grocery store buildings a:.d other equipments. Must sell. Going to work for the govern ment. If you want to be inde pendent, your own boss and make S10.000.00 clear this next year. Let’s trade. Phone 2-2645, after 1:30 p. m. 4.—Business Service [AVE YOUR SEWING MA chine adjusted by expert repair man. Call 7924 after . p. m. or bring machine to 410 Southern Building. J. H. P-.ge !2.—Clothing 1EN! YOU CAN DRESS WELL. Save real money on clothing bill at Finkelstein’s Front and Mar et Sts. 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. 13_Dogs—Cats—Pets DOG COLLARS FIRESTONE STORES 8 North Front St. Dial 6671 55.—Drugs _ Let Us Fill Your Next PRESCRIPTION See Us For Your Drug Needsl BROOKLYN PHARMACY 102 No. 4th St. Dial 6678 NO ONE SELLS FOR LESS! il.—Eatables i’RESH COUNTRY EGGS DAILY at ceiling prices, also fresh vegetables and ripe bananas. Nick’s, Carolina Beach Road. OYSTER ROAST. ALL YOU can eat for $1.50. Stokley’s Wrightsville Ter minal. Phone 8564. 15.—Electrical MASON ELECTRIC CO. Electric Contractors :07 No. 3rd St. _Dial 6782 ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT for water pumps refrigerator and wasning machines Dial 5861. 48.—Feeds VITA-LIFE HIGHEST QUALITY feeds. Lowest prices, reason: We Manufacture. Keith Milling n_ fin •nt- vir- * —— 04 TUX.EDO FEEDS The Feeder s Silent Partner CROSS SEED CO. FEED GROW AND FIT FOR 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. 50. —Floor Finishers FLOOR SANDING AND FINISH ing in Wilmington more than twenty years, ref'msbing and polishing Doors. We also have sanding machine and edgers lor rent. M L. Brothers and Son, 201 No. 11th st. Dial 4758. 51. —Florist _ CUT FLOWERS, POT PLANTS7, corsages, funerai designs. Quick deliveries. Blossom Shop. 31 So Front. Dial 6030. 52.—For Rent FOR RENT: SMALL OFFICE, 21 South Front Street. Immediati possession. Formerly occupiec by Thorpe Builders Supply Co. Samuel Bear. Sr. and Sons. 60.—For Rent—Rooms ROOMS: SEMI-HOTEL ACCOM modations, for men. Rates $3 5( to $5.00 per week 402 North 4tfc St. Corner tth and Walnut. 63.—Room and Board ROOM AND BOARD: STEAK heated. 509 Market Street. ROOM AND BOARD FOR FOUE men. We also serve the public One room suitable for couple 908 Market St. fi.R_For Rent_Hinis.es FOR RENT: HOUSE NEWL'V refinished inside and out, siJ rooms and bath at Tar Land ing, 5 miles from Camp Davis Cali or write T. R. Murph.v, Rose Hill, N. C. FOR RENT: 8 ROOM HOUSE suitable for two families—priv ate water system and all othe: city conveniences—large garder space—also convenient for some livestock, 20 minutes drive frorr city. Dial 2-3376, 70.—For Sale ANNOUNCEMENT—ALL LEATH er jackets have been reducec 20 to 25 per cent. Now is the time to buy. Wilmington Armj and Navy Store. UNCLAIMED PLEDGES ★ Ladies’ Wrist Watch. 14K solid yellow gold_$37.50 ★ Sterlingworth Fox Shot gun, 12-gauge, 30 length, with leather case _$67.50 ★ Hawaiian Guitar, with reserator, in case _$18.50 ★ Remington Automatic Shotgun, 12-gauge, good as new_$65.00 ★ Piano Accordion, with case -$45.00 ★ Elgin Man’s Wrist Watch, ,15 jewel, yellow gold, with stretch band _$37.50 At Carpenter Tools, with box $18.00 k Bulova Man’s Wrist Watch, 21-jewel, yellow gold, with stretch band ..$47.50 Hamilton, 17-jewel Man’s Wrist Watch, yellow gold _$37.50 At Man’s Onyx Ring, yellow gold, with large size diamontj _$45.00 k Tom-Tom Drum _$14.50 ★ Ladies' Diamond Ring, yellow gold, almost a carat; slightly imperfect $195.00 k Dinner Ring, with 3 beautiful diamonds _$24.50 k Man’s Double-Head Cameo, with two dia monds on each side_$22.50 k Man’s yellow gold, 3em«...-.Ring $29.50 k Conn Trumpet, with case, (new) _$125.00 ★ Electric Sunbeam Sharemaster, with case_$8.95 ★ Suits, Overcoats and Leather Jackets at a real bargain_$5.00 & up ★ Fountain Pens, Man's, $3.50 value (new) _$1.95 FINKELSTEIN’S LOAN OFFICE DIAL 5662 FOR SALE: 200 GAL. HOTWATEI heater with large storage tank 30 gal. domestic hot water tanl with gas heater, hot water jack et laundry stove. Estate heat rola, medium sie office elec trie light shades, double drav cash register. Phone 2-0119. FOR SALE: SECOND HANI lumber door, windows, etc. Ap ply 218 No. Water St., or dia 5647. REBUILT* SINGER SEWING MA chine treadle and electric. L. F Sollee, 902 Princess St. HOUSE TRAILERS, ONE CUS tom built. . 24 feet frigidaire $1295.00 luggage trailer. Ho Blast oil heater, drums and oil §35.00. Creech’s Trailer Sales 1 mile city limit, Carolina Eeacl Road. BRING YOUR BROKEN RADIO: to Archie’s. I have tubes an< parts to give you 24 hour servici on most radios, also open eve nings. (No auto or portable ra dios.) Dial 2-2589, 706 Chestnu Street. 3rd Grade Tires Hughes Brothers 11th and Market TIRE REFINERS" Firestone Stores 8 No. Front St. FOR SALE: ONE EVENRUUI outboard motor, fuui cylinder, - 1-2 H. P, practically new On Century 14 ft. ou'board moto boat, practically new, used ver little. Cal] Howell Motor Co ANOTHER NEW SHIPMENT FA mous Ir.gersoll Dollar Stropperi Make dull safety blades shari Ideal gifts. Mail orders filiec Anplewnite Supply Co.j 14 Mai ket Street. Phone 6948. V* 1 1 TWO-HOLE ICE CREAM CAE inet, meat blocks, cutting tables meat saws, National cash regis ters, 1 four burner gas range show cases. L. F. Sollee, 90 Princess St. WRINGER ROLLS, V A C U U I cleaner parts to fit all make: Al=o rebuilt cleaner Dial 2-356! BOBBY PINS! HAIR PINS! COM] to Royal Supply Co., basemer Wallace Bldg., corner Princes and Third Sts. Beauty Supplies Phone 5795. HAND MADE BABY SOCKS shoes and mittens. The Nanc Wilma Shop, 112 No. Second St. FOR SALE VAGABOND TRAILE: See after 3:30. 21 McKeitha Drive, Defense Trailer Camp. 70.—For Sale. < ’ encyclopedia britannica, \ 1 latest edition, complete, reason able. Write “Britannica”, care of Star-News. FOR SALE: GOOD 1939 HARLEY Davidson motorcycle. 216-D Wil liamson Drive, Maffitt Village. HOUSE TRAILER, GOOD TIRES, 1 partially furnished. $200.00. Apply 7-A 7 Hooper Drive, Maffitt Vil lage. Large double bed mat tress included. Same address. 75.—Household Goods ' SPECIAL BABY WALKER AND stroller combinations only. $11.45 each. Home Furniture Co.. 23 1 Market St. WE HAVE A NICE STOCK OF Mahogany finish chest of draw ers. Railroad Salvage Co., >303 > Castle St. BEDROOM SUITES WITH INNER spring mattresses. Estate coal circulator, oil cook stove, break- i fast suites. Batson Transfer. ONE MAPLE YOUTHS BED. mattress good as new. One doll carriage, good condition. Phone 7467. FOR SALE: APARTMENT SIZED gas range. 832 3. Lumina St., - Wrightsville Beach. JUST RECEIVED: LARGE SHIP ment of Nesco oil ranges and breakfast room suites. Jones Furniture Co. SHOP TODAY! GREATER - 1944 savings that pay! Best buy of the week. High chairs $4.79. H. Berger & Son Furniture Co. 707 \ N. 4th St- Dial 5128. SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION of upholstered living room suits and odd chairs. Kosch Furni- - ture Co., 6th and CasUe. i FOR SALE: COAL HEATERS AND Supelex oil heaters. Bring us your certificate. Sutton-Council Furniture Co. SAVE MONEY! BEST SE- ' lection of studio couches in city. Variety of colors to choose from to brighten up . the home. H. Berger & Son 1 Furniture Co. 707 N. 4th St. Dial 5128. FOR SALE: FROGIL OIL HEAT- 7 er, connects to outside tank only. ' Pender Furniture Co., 28 South Front. UNFINISHED FIVE DRAWER chests new shipment just receiv- j ed. Castle Street Furniture Co., - Dial 6447. j A OT'TnuffTUTiTni rvn /-a T-1 Trim nn ** J- X '-'A Vjuri U111U JUU tate healrolas, just arrived. Peo ples Furniture Co. NEW SHIPMENT OF PLAY PENS received. A. Stein Furniture Co., ■ 607 No. 4th St. 1 WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE o childrens cribs, carriages, kid dy-koops and youth beds. Also a - few play pens and high chairs. 1 ■ Carolina Furniture Co , 617 No. 4th St. Dial 4043. COME IN AND SEE OUR COM piete line of living mom fumi- : ture with springs, also a nice se lection of bedroom and break fast room suites to choose from. Carolina Furniture Co., 617 No. . 4th. Dial 4048. JUST ARRIVED: SHIPMENT OF Nesco oil ranges. Home Furni ture Co.. 23 Market St. WE BUY AND SELL USED FUR niture. H. Evensen Furniture Exchange 716 Castle. Dial 2-3809 80.—Houses for Sale . 2 ROOM HOUSE NEAR SHIP ■ yard, large lot in country. Five minutes from bus line, Phone i 9837, ; ONE OF THE NICEST SIX ROOM homes in Sunset Park, owner ' leaving town. Price $5500.00. Phone 2-3967. , FOR SALE: 2017 WOOLCOTT, 5 rooms and breakfast room, at tractive inside and out. J. E. L. Wade, Realtor. 205 Princess. ; FOR SALE: NEW 6 ROOM HOME, on 2% acres of land, at Bolivia. A real nice home and reason ably priced, terms. Foster-Hill : Realty Co.. Dial 2-3371. I OPPORTUNITY J MIDDLE SOUND j One of the most naturally beautiful spots along the en , I tire sound front. 300 feet ’ | sound frontage, high bluff, . | overlooking good deep water, always deep enough to bring your yacht into. About 8 acres land. Five room house, very good condition. Foster-Hill Realty Co. “We Sell the Earth” • BY OWNER: FIVE ROOM BUN gaiun, uuiioci i auv. XCiliio. uu* mediate occupancy. 110 North ; Monroe. Dial 5754. ' ’ SALES - RENTALS - HOUSES. 5 lots, tarms—Tucker Real Estate r Co.. Box 661-A, Phone 2491 Caro f lina Beach ■ TWO FARMS IN BRUNSWICK CO. 6 acres, good buildings, good road on school bus line. $1320.00. 137 acres, two houses, out budd ings, tobacco barn, etc. electric lights, good road, school bus ‘ line. See this farm first. Less : than $4000.00. Phone 2491 Car olina Beach today. Tucker Real ! Estate Co. , FOR SALE: 411 BRUNSWICK,~6 l rooms, immediate possession. 703-705 So. Front St.; 816 Dock i St.; 419 Chestnut St.; 4 rooms, 1 Middle Sound. If it’s Real Es-. tate, see us. W. M. Hewlett, Realtor. 214 Princess St. Dial C 7138. ■ * FIVE ROOMS. NEW BUNGALOW 5 by owner. Apply 105 So. Harri son, Sunset Park. _ 85.—Help Wanted—Male f WANTED AT ONCE: THREE AD ditional wool pressers, can make t $40 to $60 per week. Apply Snow r White Laundry, 5th and Wright Streets. 15—Help Wantea—Male VANTED — AUTO MECED anics, attractive proposition to right men, answer in person. Causey’s Service, 12th and Market. 4IDDLE AGED COLORED MAN, who understands firing furn aces, wanted at the Brunswick Hotel, Apply Mr. Blanton, in person, do not telephone. VANTED: BUTCHER. A-l MAN for assistant market manager Open Air Curb Market, 4th and Chestnut St. VANTED BOYS la TO 16 YEARS old with bicycle for newspaper routes. Apply circulation depart ment Star-News. iTOUNG MAN WANTED TO learn a military business. Ap ply in person, Hellers Military Shop, Cape Fear Hotel Bldg. VANTED MAN QUALIFIED AS assistant manager. Please apply in own hand writing stating ex perience, qualifications, and age. State salary expected. Make ap plication to D. T. Odom, Manag er H. L. Green Co., P. O. Box 298, Wilmington, N. C. VANTED — FIRST CLASS watchmaker. Excellent sal ary and opportunity. Per manent. Write Box “N J” co ©tar-JNews. 03 SO. 5TH ST., TWO STORY, eight room, corner dwelling, at no advance in price; can ar range early possession. H. F. Wilder, Phone 4932. VANTED: MAN TO OPERATE extractor must be over 18. Ex perience qot necessary. Caison Bros. Laundry, 13th and Daw son. iGENTS WANTED. MEN OR WO men to write Life, Accident and Health Insurance. Liberal com missions. .Address P. O. Box 1079, Wilmington, N. C. PANTED: EXPERIENCED SER vice station men. $120 per month and commission, no Sunday work. Apply in person only. No phone calls, Causeys Auto Ser vice, 1202 Market St. PANTED: COLORED MAN TO act as porter, $4.00 per day and meals, raise after 2 mos. Post Cafeteria, Fort Fisher, North Carolina. PANTED: COLORED MAN AS pot washer, $3.00 per day and meals, raise after 2 mos. Post Cafeteria, Fort Fisher, North Carolina. 0.—Help Wanted—Female EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER for permanent position with lo cal concern. If not willing to lo cate in Wilmington or vicinity, permanently, do not apply. B. S., care of Star-News. PANTED: ASSISTANT COOK— dish washer—maids — at once. Call Carolina Beach—Breakers Hotel—3611 or apply in person. PANTED: COLORED GIRLS AS bus girls, $2.50 per day and meals, raise after 2 months. Post Cafeteria, Fort Fisher, North Carolina. WANTED TWO EXPERT GIRL typist. Permanent work, good salary. Address P. B., care of atar-tNews. WANTED MAN OR WOMAN, EX perienced in stenographic and general office work for perman ent position with local concern. Unless permanently located in Wilmington or vicinity or willing to locate permanently in Wil mington, do not apply. Answer “Secretary”, care of Star-News. WANTED: WHITE MAID TO take responsibility of household for busy couple. Write Box “T”. care of Star-News. GENERAL SERVANT EXPERI enced in cooking, good reference and health certificate required. Phone 7379. WANTED: WHITE LADY TO work in boarding house. Room and board and salary. Dial 5711 or write "AB”. care of Star-News WANTED: WHITE OR COLORED woman for general house work, must have health certificate, good pay for right party. Dial 9792,__ WANTED: GENERAL SERVANT experienced in cooking, good re ferences, health certificate. 1721 Chestnut, entrance 18th St. WANTED: A LADY THAT NEEDS a job, for grocery checking, with good hours, experienced prefer red, if you don’t need a job do not apply. Apply in person A. A. Hobbs Grocery, 1419 Castle street. Monday. _ WANTED EXPERIENCED COOK, whole or half day. Three in fam ily. Apply 110 Nun Street or tele phone 2-1258. Experienced waitresses wanted. Sanitary Cafe. 107 Grace Street. _ WANTED SETTLED COUPLE AS companion for elderly couple 3 room house and garden space, free for light duties around home. Apply 314 Castle Street WANTED FOUR ADDITIONAL branch office managers. Apply in person. 5th Ave., at Wright St. (IE? •-1 lik>U> Ufivv INSURANCE Fire — Liability Stock companies now paying 20 per cent dividends. See us for your insurance. Save the difference. Marshall Realty Co. FOR INSURANCE AT A SAV" ings consult this office, also real estate. J. L. Baldwin, Agency, 217 Princess St. F~E~UViNGSfoinrca Mutual Insurance Real Estate Wallace Bldg. Dial 6047 100.—Instruction j'l'ENOTYPE, COMPTOMETER. Burrough's Calculators, and all Commercial subjects taught Mrs. Motte’s Secretarial School, 313 Church St. 101_Jewelry , UNREDEEMED WATCHES $14.50 up. Guaranteed. Cape Fear Loan Office 12 So Front. _ Guaranteed Watch Repairing Guaranteed Service Wilmington Jewelry Shop 127 N Front St , across from P O. 102.—Laundry SHIRTS. LOTS OF 10 OR MORE. 12 1 2c each. Ca'srn Bros. Laun dry, 13th and Dawson. 104.—Loans MONEY TO LOAN On Diamonds, Watcnes, Jewelry. Silverware, Men s Clothing, Type writers. Shotguns, Musical Instru ments and Anytn.ng ol Value! FlNKLESTEiN'S LOAN OFFlUk 'Wilmington’s Oldest and Largest From and Market Streets 105.—Lost and Found LOST: 5 NO. 4 AND 5 NO.3 RA tion books. Maybell, A. C.. Lu cille,, Orcae and Albert. Brad ley. East Wilmington, Route 1, Box 239. LOST: NUMBER 3 RATION books. Mamie B. Bennett, Jonn Q. Bennett, J. W. Blanks,, Lily M. Blanks, Frances Blanks, Rt. 3, Box 78 Wilmington. LOST SMALL GOLD LADIES BUL lova wrist watch between 13th and 3rd on Market Street, Keep sake from brother in service. Re ward. Dial 4S24. LOST: RATION BOOKS 3 AND 4 bearing name of Thomas G. Har ris Please notify Miss Jane Wy che, phone 2-1024. LOST: YELLOW GOLD IDENTIFI cation bracelet, initials R. L. W. Return to Military Police, Po lice Headquarters. LOST: NO.‘ 3 RATION BOOK. Mose Brown, Leland, N. C., Rt. 2, Box 7-A. LOST: BLACK LEATHER BILL fold containing “A” gas books, drivers license, liquor book, oth er valuable papers. No money. Lost Dec. 31 between number 2 and number 9 shipways. Return to Welding Department, Ship yard or 205 Calhoun Dr. A. B. Bumgarner (61596). $5.00 reward LOST: BROWN PUPPY WITH black face. About 6 mos. old. Re turn to Chas. Finkelstein and re ceive handsome reward or call 5662. LOST BILLFOLD CONTAINING drivers license, fuel ration book, gas “A” ration, draft registra tion card. Lowell McCandless, Southport. 110.—Livestock HORSES BOARDED FOR HIRE and sale Moonlight Rides. Steve’s Dairy, New Wrightsville High way. Dial 7770. HORSES FOR SALE AND HIRE Bill Cole Stables. Dial 9710. MYRTLE COURT START ,F. ON old Wrightsville Road, Horses and Ponies for hire and sale. Riding lessons. Dial 8, Call 8556 W. 118.—Music WE RENT PHONOGRAPHS FOR parties and social occasions. Dial 9625, Whitehead Music Co. 106 No. 2nd. FOR YOUR PHONOGRAPH RE cords, sheet music, pianos, and musical supplies. See A. H. Yopp Piano Co. 120_Office Equipment ADDING MACHINES: BOOK Keeping machines, calculators. Remington Rand, Inc., 312 South ern Bldg. Phone 5851. 136.—Poultry * j$$ IN POiJL'lRY RUY OUK bloodtesteo baby chicks. Profit able fryers, eariy layers. Rouda bush s Seed Store. 139.—Radio and Repairs E. R. BLAKE’S RADIO SERVICE, 222 Kenwood Ave Dial 2-3577 Promp* and Efficient Service. ARCHIE’S RADIO SERVICE Prompt Service Open Evenings 706 Chestnut Dial 2-2589 RADIOS, REFRIGERATORS AND oil heater repair service. L. D Blake, Dial 4749 RADIO - PHONOGRAPH COMBI nations 'crystals for all makes) house and auto radios repaired Gregory Radio Service, 304 Mar steller St. Phone 2-8237. __ SHACKELFORD'S RADIO RE pair Service. Any make, any model. 123 Grace St Dial 7817 Commercial Frigidairp Refriger ation. HOWARD RADUT SERVICE - complete stock of parts for quick .service 517 No. 3rd St Dial 5397 or 6253.__ 150.—Real Estate MOORE FONV1ELLE REAL! Y Co. W» are equipped to serv you. REAL ESTATE - RENTALS Genera) lnsu-ar.ee Frank t> Harrsis Dial 7018." _ SMALL FARMS CLOSE IN ELEC tricity hard road W. R Davis, 232 Princess St. Phone 9923. WE SELl. THE EARTH FOSTER Hill nonlty Co.. 112 Princess St Dial 2-3371. 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 oi Stir-News. FOR SALE: SEVERAL BEAUTI ful homesites. Forest Hills. W A. McGirt, Realtor. 215 Princess Street. LIST YOUR HOUSES AND apartments with us for quick rental. Marshal Realty Co.. 215 Princess. Dial 2-1752. IF YOU DON’T WANT YOUR property sold, don’t list it with Hughes and Morton. J. J. Knowles Wallace Bldg. Dial 7691. 155_Seeds—Plant*.—Bulbs WOOD’S TREATED TOBACCO seed. New crop garden peas, pep per, lettuce, carrot, spinach, broccoli, beet, mustard, etc. Vic torgrain oat; winter and abruzzi rye. T. W. Wood and Sons. ARMY GETS NEW RECRUIT IN ITALY. f • ; ' .«i.y .11 ' jtbgi Tony Mao, 10. whose family was killed during the bombing of the Italian town of Avaline. is given instructions by Lt. Anderson Smith, Barnesville, Ga., before starting on an errand. Tony is tho mascot of one of our front line units. OWI Radiophoto._ Staff Named To Give War Drive Publicity WASHINGTON, Jan. 9—m—Pub licity on the Fourth War Loan Campaign beginning Jan. 18 will emphasize importance of individ ual bond sales, the Treasury said today. Ted R. Gamble, director of Treasury’s the War Finance Di vision, said a special news unit has been formed to supply news papers and magazines with in formation on the progress of the drive. The unit, comprised of volun teers, will be headed by Arthur Sylvester, Jr., city editor of the Newark Evening News. Other members are Carl Cefola, New York Herald Tribune; Harry Kerr, Akron Beacon - Journal; Lucy Greenbaum, New York Times; TJnllm.Tyll n UT T • Nat Williams, Memphis World; Harold Fleming. Christian Science Monitor; Mrs. Dosley Clark, Min neapolis Tribune; Leighton Blood and Edward Mayl, both of the Treasury, and Margaret Husted, 0. W. I. -V NAMED DEPUTY LONDON, Jan. 9 — (£>) — Air Marshal Sir John Slessor, head of the British coastal command since November 1942, has been appointed deputy to Lt. Gen. Ira C. Eaker, commander of all Allied air forces in the Mediterranean, it was announced today. -V “RAZORBACKS” IN ENGLAND Pigs have been allowed to for age in England’s New Forest since the reign of King Canute, provid ed they wear nose-rings so they will not do too much damage. 155.—Seeds—Plants—Bulbs RICH SOIL FOR VICTORY GAR de«s and shrubbery $2.50 a load delivered Phone 6083. PANSY PLANTS 50c DOZ. NEW seeds ready now: mmip, Spin ach, Mustard, Kale. Broccoli, Lettuce. Onion sets Abruzzi Rye! Fulgrain oats. Winter Grass. Roudabush's Seed Store, Corner Front and Dock streets. 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 156—Situations Wanted WANTED JOB AS BOOKKEEPER. No typing or shorthand. State salary and hours. Write H. O. W. Care of Star-News. 160.—Transfer and S*orage HAULING AND TRANSFER - Da.i or night seven days per week. Rates reasonable. 7th and Ann. Dial 2-8461. 170 —Wanted w r\i\ -L HjU Auwm r ua x couple, close in, wife employed. Write “SN", care of Star-News. WANTED IN GOOD~CONDITION. 1, 22-cal revolve), 1, 22-cal. au tomatic pistoi. Cali Carolina Beach 2151 Lt Edwards. WANTED: ONE ELECTRIC heater. Call 5173. WANTED FURNISHED APART ment for Army officer and wife. No children. Phone 9531. WANTED: YOUNG CO.UPLE, both working, desire unfurnish ed house, bungalow, apartment or furnished bedroom with pri vate bath. Will furnish referen ces. Write M. L., P. 0. Box 1026, City. WE BUY USED VELOCEPEDES and tricycles. Pickard’s, 209 Market St., Dial 2-3224. WE PAY CASH FOR USED SIN ger Sewing Machines. Singer Sewing Machine Co. 304 N. Front St Dial 5526. A YOUNG MAN LIVING IN NICE ly furnished home in good neigh borhood desires a settled couple to share his home and to board and care for him and his 4-year old daughter. Reply P. O. Box 1051. WASHING MACHINE WANTED for cash. Phone 2-0302. FIGHT WITH TITO, YUGOSLAVS URGED LONDON, Jan. 9—Iff)—Yugosla via’s legendary patriot. Marshal Josip Broz (Tito), sent out a sharply worded call today to all Yugoslav officers and men to join up with his forces whom he said were fighting a bitter major ac tion around Banja Luka in the heart of the country. Tito’s call summoned all Yugo slav officers, non-commissioned officers and men “who are in the service of the German occupa tion” or are members of Neolc, Pavelic and Rupnik, Yugoslav puppet leaders, “to report with out delay to the nearest military posts of the Yugoslav army of liberation.” The marshal warned them that “the last opportunity has come for these officers and men to break loose from the enemy." Describing fighting around Ban ja Luka, Tito’s communique said five German columns were seek ing to break out of that area into partisan-controlled territory. One column was repulsed near Trav nik and was forced to withdraw • i 1_ i . _ _ r nnn .rr: __ men. In eastern Bosnia units of the 24th partisan division, fighting against the German Prinz Eugen division, killed 100 Nazi soldiers and officers, while in Croatia three German columns, trying to thrust into the province of Baniya, incurred heavy losses. In Slovenia partisans encircled and “practically annihilated” an o\>r German column. Following is the text of an or der of the day by Marshal Josip Broz (Tito) of the Yugoslav Army of liberation as broadcast today by the Free Yugoslav radio: All Yugoslat officers, NCO’s and men who are in the service of the German occupations and of Nedic, Pavelic and Rupnik are summoned to report without.de lay to the nearest military posts of the Yugoslav Army of Libera tion. The last opportunity has come for these officers and men to break loose from the enemy and to join the fighting Yugoslav Army Of Liberation. Hull Carried Draft Of Moscow Pact To His Meeting With Stalin WASHINGTON, Jan. 9. — (JP) — Secretary of State Cordell Hull went to the Mosiow conference carrying a draft of the Moscow pact in his brief case, James C. Dunn, state department advisor on European political relations, disclosed tonight. Til ' the first of four weeklv broadcasts, “the state department speaks,” over the NBC network, Dunn discussed American foreigu policy with undersecretary of state Edward R. Stettinius, Jr., Leo Pasvolsky, special assistant in post-war planning, and M. J. Mc Dermott, chief of the division of curren information. Pasvolsky asserted that post war planning had begun in the state department nearly three years ago shortly after the war started in Europe. newTibrarFan 1 ' 1 ■ V NEW BERN, Jan. 9.—Mrs. Pa tricia Bridges, of Montgomery, Ala., an alumna of the University of Alabama, has been engaged is librarian for the city-county libra ry here. She is residing in Netv Bern Until her husband, Lt. ijg) Ralph Bridges fCh-C) USNR, leaves for combat zones. Mrs. Bridges as librarian suc ceeds Mrs. Eurges Green, whose husband. Lieutenant Green, an Army officer, was transferred. -V HOBBY IN LONDON E LONDON, Jan. 9.—(.Pi—Col. Ove ta Culp Hobby, head of the Wacs, arrived today for an inspection of Wacs stationed in Britain. She was accompanied by Maj. Betty Bandel, Wac staff director.