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THE morning star
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--CLASSIFIED INDEX
i -Announcement..
2-Automotive.
8— Chiropractor,
q-Boats.
jo —Booksellers—Stationers,
jj -Builders.
-Builders Supplies.
— Buisness Opportunities.
, -Business Service.
15—Business Sites
2n-Cleaners Dyers.
22-Clothing.
K.-Coal-Wood-Fuel Oil.
30-Dairy Products.
3-> —Dancing.
33.—Dogs—Cats—Pets.
35—Drugs
38 -Dry Cleaning—Pressing.
41 -Eatables.
42-Eating Pieces.
45.-Electrical.
48.-Feeds.
49 -Financial.
50. —Floor Finishers.
51. —Florist.
52. —For Rent.
53 -For Rent at Resorts.
5o'-For Rent—Apartments,
go —For Rent—Rooms.
63-Room and Board.
65,-For Rent—Houses.
70.-For Sale.
73.—Hardware.
75.—Household Goods.
8o.—Houses For Sale.
85.—Help Wanted—Male.
90.—Help Wanted—Female.
95_Insurance.
100. —Instruction
101. -Jewelry.
102. -La undry.
104.-Loans.
10. -Lost and Found.
110. Livestock.
111. Miscellaneous.
112. -Machinery.
118. Music.
12(1 Office Equipment.
121_Office For Ren*
125. -Paint—Paperinc /
12.. .-Plumbing—H g.
127 -Printing.
130.. —Professi' ....
135. -Persor
136. -Pou'
139.—P •.<£ H pair*.
150.. (state.
15" nation Service.
. Plasms—Bulba,
uati .ns Wanted.
She'S
.-Tr.isfer and Storage.
7'. pewriters.
170.- ..'anted.
-.innouiuiemenis
NEW LOCATION. 1009 PRINCESS ST.
C B Sternberger Equipment Co.,
Store and Restaurant Fixtures.
i - Automotive
194! CHEVROLET TUDOR. EXTRA
clean. -Maroon finish. New tires. 1941
Mercury four door sedan, with new
tires. 1938 Oldsmobile sedan. Four door.
A good car. 1932 LaSalle. Four door.
Extra clean. 1937 Pontiac four door
convertible sedan. Very clean car. Dia]
2-2004. 505 North 4th street.
FOR SALE: 1940 OLDSMOBILE 70,
newly recapped tires, new paint, over
hauled, excellent condition. Peterson
Barnes Motor Co.
1941 FORD DE LUXE TUDOR. RADIO,
heater, seat covers, 5 good tires. W. P.
Sutton, 220 Kenwood Avenue.
194, FORD DELUXE TUDOR, EXTRA
ciean. seat covers, perfect condition.
Call Harnss Haskett 9776.
t A iTTT TnT SULLIVAN SERVICE
stat ,n, auto repairs, gas oil, greasin',
"ash polish 3rd and Walnut.
WE BUY AND SELL GOOD USED
automobiles. Terms can be arranged
Graham Motor Co.. 212 No. 2nd. Dial
2-810i.
NFW SHIPMENT OF SHATTER PROOF
auto windiu. glass. We install. Roberts
_Aui, Exchange, 519 So 13th St.
1939 CHEVROLET, GOOD CONDITION.
Call alter 4 p.m. 221 So. 4th St.
1941 BUICK SPECIAL 4 DOOR SEDAN.
Call Rossie Holmes, 9621.
Chevrolet ana Pontiac
Oldsmobile-GMC
Aules and Service
RANEY CHEVROLET CO.
Princes; St. Dial 9621
133i OLDSMOBILE. CONVERTIBLE
Many extras. Hotel Wilmington. Room
(510.
*'0R SALE: 1940 OLDSMOBILE 6, foil]
' good tires. New paint, two tone, blue
anc! tan, perfect running condition
j 5800. See at L. A. Covils, Service Sta.
I; ^on> 10 miles out Camp Davis High
way.
1333 CONVERTIBLE MERCURY COUP!
Inr sale 810 Princess Street. Dial 2-2671
1942 PONTIAC 2 DOOR SEDAN. LOW
mileage, excellent condition, require
certificate. Right price. Call C. H
sPooner, 9973.
passenger car tires recappex
»M repaired. Akron Tire Compaq •
North Third St.__
Us,H FOR YOUR CAR. WE BUY ANI
good used ca s. HowelJ Motor Co.
3rd St.
^i,1 L'E LUXE FORD TUDOR SEDAN
“ha condition. Wonderful tires. West
^orook Brown Motor Co.
i^hjropraclor
Headache, backache, nervous
Mss Dr Mary j Dayton. S12 South
B!°g Phone 2-0128. _
F9,R SALE: 40 FTL MOTOR BOAT
°.;'Pped with glass enclosed bridg
«i. ,and cabin and galley. Can slee;
Motored by Chrysler Crown Ma
ln*' Engine. Ideal for pleasure o
[ ®o^:nercial fishing. Write “Boat own
of Star-News.
^^hinlet v Supplies
ASPECT YOUR_ROOF~TODAY . . .
revent rotnorrow’s worries. Protect tc
morrows dollars. With Certain-Tee
! “Proposition Shingles. High qualit
notln£ al 'he price of ordinary roofinj
Inc1 2~333® Smith Builders Supply
t0NTITE^ ABSOLUTELY WATER
| Jr°01 basements. Fully guaranteed <
cat ctlarge- Seals from inside. No e>
t,, at:ntf' no digging Inspection’s fre
.^nte Box 1267.
•NlbTlCK: SASH noORS. BLINDS, Wli
pA, 5 u°or Frames, Screens, l'Ui ' *
n*iUrS,as Cabinets Oldest. Best Equi]
=22? ln CUy Roderick *nd Lan<
\oJa ^UV SHINGLES THAT ARE NO
V or guaranteed when you cl
nri„ rd l0=itcd shingles at the «n
Hc* Silver Lumber Co., Dial «4
12-—Builders Supplies
LUCAS QUALTY PAINT WEARS LONG
er, looks better and saves*you money.
Dial Becker’s 7761.
CONCRETE DELIVERED TO YOUR
iob mixed in transit S and G Com
pany Phone 0562.
FOR EFFICIENT INSULATION VALUE
and year round cAmfort, use "Strong
Bilt Wall panels oi our many purpose
wall board. Dial 2-3339, Smith Build
ers Supply, Inc.
CELOSIDING IS THE MODERN MATE
rial that does the three outside jobs
in one operation, cover, paints, and
insulates. It is wonderful. Dial Beck
er’s 7761.
—Clothing
UNREDEEMED OVERCOATS. $6 95 UP
Cape Fear Loan Office. 12 So. Front.
MEN1 YOU CAN DRESS WELL. SAVE
real money on clothing Bill at Flnkle
atein’a Front and Market Sts.
35.—Drugs ~
Let Ur Fill Your Next
PRESCRIPTION
See Us For Your Drug Needs!
BROOKLYN PHARMACY
J02 No. 4th St. Dial 6678
NO ONE SELLS FOR LESS!
11.—Eatables
FRESH COUNTRY EGGS AND BAN
anas. Nick’s, Carolina Beach Road,
Nick’s Market, 5th and Greenfield.
FISH: NICE ASSORTMENT AND
cheaper. Pearce’s, 818 No. 4th. Dial 7872
BROWN'S GROCERY" CHOICE CUTS,
lamb, veal, beef and pork. Fancy
Groceries 802 No. 4th St. Dial 6585.
15.—Electrical
MASON ELECTRIC CO.
Electric Contractors
107 No, 3rd St.Dial 678
18.—Feeds
FUL-OPEP MASHES, QUAKER DAI
ry rations,. sugared Schumacher,
Scratch Grains, Dog Food. Rabbitt
Food Goat Food etc J. J. Allen an.
Son Dial 6762.
TUXEDO FEEDS
The Feeder’s Silent Partner
CROSS SEED CO.
50.—Floor Finishers
FLOOR LAYING. SANDING AND FIN.
ishing. In Wilmington more than twen
ty years. Sanding machines and edgers
for rent. M. L. Brothers and Son, 201
No. Uth St. Dial 4758.
51 —Florist ,
FOR SALE: HOME GROWN ROSES. 209
No. 11th St. Phone 2-8021.
CUT FLOWERS, POT PLANTS, COR
sages, funeral designs. Quick deliveries.
Blossom Shop, 31 So. Front. Dial 6080,
F & V MA RKE'i: ~ CUT FLOWERS,
potted plants, pansy plant*, in bloom
Dial 2-2385 61.' So. 17th.
52 —For Rent _
FANS -’FANS - FANS
Large Pedestal Fans For
Rent for Entire Summer
Call O. H. Young
Dial 5861
6>i.—For Rent—Rooms
iOOM FOR RENT: GENTLEMAN ONLY.
jriume u_
<OOM‘ ~ FM1-HOTEL ACCOMMODA
tion: men Rates *3.50 to 35.01
pel 402 North 4th St. Corner
4th alio Walnut.
bif.—Room and Board
ROOM AND BOARD. 624 DOCK ST.
ROOM AND BOARD. MEN ONLY. IE
Puincess Street.
ROOM AND BOARD. IF YOU HAVE
ration book, see us for weekly rate!
for meals. 509 Market Street
70 —For Sale
WALK-IN COOLER. HOLDS 20 KEGS
beer. Call 8708-W. Wrightsville Beach
ONE HOUSE TRAILER FOR SALE H>
Burgaw, See Mrs. H. C, Croom.
TO RESTORE COLOR TO GRAV HAIR
use famous 'Blue Byrd" Hair Tonic
At »li barber shops Sold by Apple
white Supply Co.. 14 Market St
SPRING IS PAINT-UP TIME INSIDE
outside, floors, walls, cars, furniture
Buy our quality paints at low cost
Thrii-T-Stores. Inc.. 25 So. Front St
BASEBALL SHOES. NO COUPON RE
quired. Pickard's 209 Market Street
Dial 2 3224.
sPENCER CORSETS AND BRASS
ierr designed. Mrs Esmseur, 2019 Crea
sy Avenue Dial 6214.
FOR SALE: FARM TRACTOI
TIRES. NOT ALL SIZES, BU'J
CAN GET THEM IF AVAIL
ABLE. MARKS MACHINERY
COMPANY.
•CATHERINE- K CORSETS. FOUNDA
tions. Surgical made to fit. Orde
now for spring. Call Mrs. Southerland
2-1871_
FOR SALE
BEAUTY SHOP
Must sell at once. Reason for
sale, other business. All equip
ment in first class shape. All
the work you can do for six
operators.
WRITE C. B. DANIEL
Box 207
Myrtle Beach, S. C.
WE SELL EVERYTHING USED B1
beauty shops! Come tc Royal Suppl
Co basement, Wallace Building, Cot
ner Third ar.d Princess Streets.
OVERSEAS MAILING BOXES JUST RE
ceived. The Nancy Wilma Shop. Phon
9577. 112 No. Second St._
J? Un SAbr>: ^ — --
heater. $25. Call 9434^
SINGER ELECTRIC "SEWING MACHIN
button hole attachment. Dial 2-3187. 1C
Red Cross. _
i STILL HAVE TUBES AND PART
to repair your radio. Archie s it
Chestnut St Diai 2-2589 __
TOMATO PLANTS, MARGLOBE, BRIM
mer. Earliana. Rutgers. Now read:
Bell peppers, hot peppers, eggplant
Roudabush’s Plant Farm, Route 1.
CARVED ANIMALS MADE IN TH
mountains of Carolina. Beautiful wor
See them at The Nancy Wilma Shoi
112 No. Second St. ___
IRON SAFES. ONE MAET CASE. ON
show case. Glass storage basket R»
built National Cash Registers. Scalj
»f all kinds. Meat slicers. Meat cho]
pers. Cafe chains. Meat rationing pn<
tickets. Market cutlery. L. F. Solie
902 Princess street. _
; MAGIC CHEF GAS STOVE. A-l COT
; dition. $60.00. May be seen 418 N
Front. ____
■ ALUMINUM PAINT. $5.00 GALLON. Dl
- vid Jacobi Supply CO., 101 So. Fro,
Street. ___,
' SALE: ONfTeLECTRIC LAW
- Fmowe* practically -w one electr
• ™friBpraor one new one ton cna
hoistS two three-hp, one half hp, ele
1 trie motors. One sewing machine, o,
' £ »
;
; Tft —Household Goods_
- SAVE MONEVl SHOP AT BERGER!
■. S New shipment of studio coaches. Ju
arrived H. Berger and Son Furnltu
- Co. 707 No. 4th St. Dial 5128.
c TTSTIi-SELECTION OF BABY CRIB
’■ LHiBhEchairs and play pens. Home Fu
1 Oiture Co.. 23 Market St._
jTTiiY CARRIAGE. ENGLISH COAC
1 „„u.nsihle type. Bassinette with pa
" Excellent condition. J. W. Kindig, 1
j l_2 Forest Hills Drive.
75.—Household Goods
~ABY CRIBS BassiNETTS, fold.
mg leaterette carriage with rubber
tires Castle St. Furniture Co.
LIMITED SUPPLY ALADDIN LAMP
supplies, chimney, wicks and mantles.
Pender Furniture Co., 28 South Front
St.
L'VING ROOM SUITES. SPRING CON
struetion bed room suites, dressers,
ehes*s of drawers, gas stoves. Batson
Transier.
CLOSE OUT PRICE ON VICTORY CAR
riages. $10.95. See our window. Peo
ples Furniture Co.
ALL OF OUR UPHOLSTERED CHAIRS
and rockers to go at 40 percent reduc
tion. Carolina Furniture Co.. 617 No.
t4h St. Dial 4048.
JUST RECEIVED: SHIPMENT OF BABY
cribs. $14.95 up. Railroad Salvage Fur
niture Co., 603 Castle SL
WE~ BUY AND SELL USED FURNI
ture. H. Evar.sen Fumlturee Exchange
716 Castle. Dial 2-3809.
IUST ARRIVED: A NEW SHIPMENT
of garbage cans, ouckets and iron
ing cords Carolina Furniture Co. 617
No 4th St. Dial 4048.
LAWSON SOFA AND CHAIR. GOOD
condition. Dial 4070.
SERVICE FOR 6 AND 8. DINNER WEAR,
beautifully decorated. Jewel Box Gift
shop. 109 No. Front St.
SAVti MONEY: NEW SHIPMENT
OF INNERSPRING MATTRESS
ES JUST ARRIVED. H. BEK
GEK AND SON FURNITURE
CO, 707 NO 4th ST DIAL 5128
SEE OUR STOCK OF COAL AND
wood ranges Also 3 burner Boss oil
stoves. Bring us your certificate. Kosch
Furniture Co.. 6th and Castle.
A REAL BUY! LARGE DECORATED
table lamps with silk shades. Only
$12.95. Home Furniture Co., 23 Market
Street.
JUST ARRIVED: WICKER STROLLERS,
all metal construction with rubber
tires. Carolina Furniture Co., 617 No.
4th. Dial 4048.
WE HAVE A NICE SELECTION OF
wicker hampers from $3.95 to $5.95. A
nice selection of cribs, carriage, nurs
ery chairs, high chairs and play pens.
Carolina Furniture Co , 617 No. 4th
St. Dial 4048.
OUR ANNUAL FLOOR SAMPLE SALE
of sofas and chairs starts Thursday,
25 to 50 per cent reduction, some
wonderful values. Samples on 2nd
floor. Sutton Council Furniture Co.
NEW SHIPMENT OF BREAKFAST
suites and ice boxes. Home Furniture
Co., 23 Market St.
FOR THE BABY, NURSERY CHAIRS
and play pens. The Wilmington Furni
ture Co. “The Old Reliable,”
COMPLETE LINE OF WHITE
MOUNTAIN ICE BOXES, LIV
ING ROOM SUITES WITH
SPRINGS, PORCH ROCKERS,
LAWN FURNITURE. SELLERS
FURNITURE CO., DIAL 7535.
911 NO. 4TH ST.__
80.—Houses For Sale
YOU CAN MOVE RIGHT IN 1922
Wooleott Ave., as it is vacant. We will
assist you with the financing. H. F.
Wilder. Phone 4932.
S5 —Help Wanted—Male
WANTED: ROUTE SALESMAN FOR
Wilmington. Good salary. Routes aver
aging $40 to $75 a week. Truck and
all expenses furnished. A great future
for right man Apply G. R. Ayash.
Phone 9969.
COLLECTOR WANTED: $45.00 PER
week to start with. Must be draft ex
empt. Apply Sam Berger, 709 No. 4th
Street.
TWO EXPERIENCED TRUCK DRIVERS.
Apply R. C. Johnson, care of Wilming
ton Paper Stock Co. Dial 4987 Foot
Brunswick Street.
NOTICE TO WORKERS
I'HE WAR MANPOWER COMMISSION c
Stabilization Program restricts chang
ing mbs locally and traveling to othei
areas for r.ew jobs. Workers in es
sential activities should not apply foi
jobs advertised here. Check with the
U S Employment Service office in
youi area before changing lobs.
EXPERIENCED SHORT ORDER COOK
wanted. Apply Hanover Grill, 107 Mar
ket Street. _
EXPERIENCED SHORT ORDER COOK
wanted, good salary. Sundays off. Ap
ply Coast Line Soda Shop, 403 No
Front Street. _
■10 —Help Wanted—Female_
■ WANTED: A COMPETENT MAID, COL
ored, for ten days or two weeks. Gooc
pay. Dial 4110, or call at 1817 Agn.
EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES WANTED
Good salary, Sundays off. Coast Lin<
Soda Shop, 403 No. Front Street.
' WANTED: WHITE GIRL TO CHECI
’ out wearing apparel, must be fast
experience not required. Caison Bros
Laundry, 13th and Dawson.
RETOUCHER WANTED. CALL OI
write Trueblood Studio, Jacksonville
N. C., for information.
WANTED: EXPERIENCED BEAUTY OP
erators only. Your following not ne
cessary to apply. Mi Lady’s Beaut;
Shop. __
WANTED: NEAT YOUNG GIRL TC
take photographs, 4 hours evenings
experience unnecessary. Robinson Pho
to Shop, Jewel Box, 109 No, Front St
WANTED: FOUR WAITRESSES FOI
Lurnina Grill by Friday. Call Wrights
ville 9457._
BRANCH STORE CLERK WANTED
Snow White Laundry. 501 Wright St.
I TWO GIRLS TO CLERK AT SOD/
fountain. Open Air Curb Market. 4tl
and Chestnut___
- GIRL FOR GENERAL. OFFICE WORK
B National Biscuit Co.. 807 No. 4th St.
WANTED: GIRL FOR LAUNDRI
\j office, high school educator required
i •‘TiTTR” rare of Star-News.
2 WANTED: BOOKKEEPER FOR FURNI
8 ture store. Apply in own handwriting
giving references. P. O. Box 1199.
g WANTED THREE GIRLS OR BOYS FOl
6 general boarding house work. Appl,
15 Princess Street at once.
' WANTED: TWO GIRLS FOR GENERA]
'• housework, room and board and salarj
i. Phone 2391, Carolina Beach.
- WANTED: SETTLED WOMAN, WHIT]
E or colored for housekeeper and com
panion for elderly woman. To live o:
>» place. 311 South Fifth St.
- WANTED: FIFTEEN WHITE WOMEN
E For steady employment, at good wag
es in Swift and Company’s Table Rea
lS dy meats kitchen. Apply to W. L. Get
tys, 307 Nutt Street.
WANTED: SETTLED WOMAN. CAP
able of caring for invalid. Dial 4812
- YOUNG LADIES NEEDED IN PRINTINC
). industry: Young ladies with a hig!
school education, or its equivalent, yo
are needed in this most important au
•” permanent industry.
There are several branches of th
trade to which young ladies are parti
N cularly adapted; namely, Hand Compc
IC sitioq, Linotype, Intertype, Presswor
n and proofreading. The fundamentals c
these trades can be learned within
ie reasonable length of time by an in
ir tensive and modern course in a prinl
ie ing trade school. .
y Attractive payment plan for tuitioi
’ For complete information and free cats
- log write the Southern School of Prin*
ing, Box 1187, Nashville (2) Tennessei
ns. —Insurance_
5g HOSPITALIZATION INSURANCE IND~
viduals or family For details cal ■
_ L. Baldwin Agency, 217 Princess a
S. Dial 2-3210__
r- ’ J c LIVINGSTON & CO
Mutual Insurance Rea: aftare
H _Wallace Bldg. Dial 6047.
i. HOSPITAI INSURANCE. FULL CO\
19 eragft. Dial 23432. W A. McGirt
eral agent. 215 princess Street.
100. —Instruction f
STENOTYPE, COMPTOMETER, BUR
rough's Calculators and oD Commer
cial subjects taught. Mr*. Motte'i
Secreterial School, 313 Church St.
101. —Jewelry
Guaranteed Watch Repairing
Guaranteed Service
Wilmington Jewelry Shop
127 N, Front St., across from P. O.
102. —Laundry
°ICKUP AND DELIVERY SERVICE.
Acy part of city. Quality work. Cai
son Bros Laundry, 13th and Dawson.
IQL—Loans.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Diamonds. Watches, Jewelry.
Silverware, Men’s Clothing, Type
writers Shotguns. Musical lnstru
TY15*nts nrH Anuthinn /-vf t/olii*_
FIN KLEF LEIN'S LOAN OFFICE
‘Wilmington’s Oldest and Largest”
Front and Market Streets
LOANS
WILMINGTON FINANCE CO.
202 Murchison Bldg.
105.—Lost and Found.
LOST: “A” and “B” GAS RATION
books. R. M. Spencer, 519 So. 4th St.
LOST: “A” GAS RATION BOOK. VALU
able papers and sum of money. Re
ward. Stephen Flowers, Jr., 715 South
Eighth Street.
WILL PARTY WHO TOOK BILLFOLD
from writing desk in Security National
Bank please return gas ration coupons
and other valuable papers, no further
questions will be asked. Sidney J.
Rivenbark, Hotel Cape Fear.
LOST: A, B, and E GAS RATION
books, cash, checks, and other valu
ables in green metal lock box. Re
ward for return. Harry B. Turner.
LOST: NO. 4 RATION llOOKS: AN
thony; George Jr., and Ruth L. Sei
bert, 2115 Brandon Road.
LOST: NO. 3 RATION BOOKS: JOYCE
Linda Bond, No. 3 and 4 ration books.
Rufas Bond, 305 Williamson Drive,
Maffitt Homes.
LOST: MAN’S BULOVA WRIST WATCH,
(no crystal), in small cardboard box.
Reward. Dial 2-0147.
LOST: RATION BOOKS NO. 3 AND 4.
W. J. S„ W. G. I., M. G., M.A.,
N. E., M., M L., Hogan, Rocky Point,
_
LOST: “C” GAS RATION BOOK. J. H.
Irvin, Jr., Rt. 2, Wilmington.
.10.—Livestock.
FOR SALE: THREE GAITED SADDLE
horse, gentle. Women or children can
ride. Reasonable. Write “WG”, care of
Star-News.
JUST RECEIVED THE FINEST LOAD
of Tenn. mules ever shipped In this
section. Broke and ready to work.
AH stock guaranteed. C. S. Newton.
Castle Haynes Road.
•?IDE FOR YOUR HEALTH. HORSES
for rent or sale. Bill Cole Stables
Dial 9710.__
HORSES FOR HIRE AND SALE. MOON
light rides. Sneeden’s Stables, New
Wrightsville Highway. Dial 7779.
MYRTLE COURT STABLE ON OLD
Wrightsville Road. Horses and Ponies
for hire and sale. Riding lessons.
FAMILY MILCH COW FOR SALE: DIAL
9106
! 18.—Music.
FOR V OUR PHONOGRAPH RECORDS,
sheet music, pianos, and musical sup*
plies. See A. H. Yypp Piano Co.
120.—Office Equipment.
ADDING MACHINES, BOOKKEEPING
machines, calculators. Remington
Rand, In., Sales and Service, 312
Southern Building. Phone 5851.
125.—Paant—Papering.
FOR EXPERT PAPER HANGING. DIAL
2-8650. F. L. Casteen.
SPRAY PAINTING. BRUSH PAINTING.
Waterproofing estimates free. Write us
giving details. Carolina Spray Paint Co.
Box 1267.
Lib.—Poultry.
— - WOOD’S ~ ”
BABY CHICKS
“Blood Tested”
T. W. Wood and Son*
317 No. Front St.
BUY BABY CHICKS NOW: HARD TO
get later on 12 breeds, bloodterted.
Roudabush’s Seed Store.
139.—Radio and Repairs.
L. D. BLAKE
Radio and Refrigerator
Repair Service
Complete Line of Parts
Dial 4749
ARCHIE’S RADIO SERVICE: OPEN DAY
and evenings to 9 except Sunday. 706
Chestnut St. Dial 2-2589.
. REPAIRED- RADIO PHONOGRAPH
combinations, crystals for all makes
house and auto radios. Gregory Radio
Service. 304 Marstellar St., Phone 2
8237
HUFHAM’S RADIO SHOP: I BUY. SELL
and repair. 517 North 3rd St. Dial 5397
HOWARD RADIO CO.
One day service on all models
1027 South 3rd. Dial 4826,
1 HAVE PARTS TO GIVE YOU 24^
hour service on most radios. Ragan
Radio Service, 722 No. 3rd.
150.—Real Estate.
■ WE HAVE A FEW SMALL TRACTS OF
land on Myrtle Grove Sound. Geo. A
Biddle, 238 Princess. Dial 6931.
l JST YOUh HOUSES AND APART
ment. with us for quick rental. Mar
| shall Realty Co., 210 Princess. Dial
2-1752.
WE SELL THE EARTH: FOSTER-HILL
Realty Co.. 112 Princess St. Dial
2-3371.
W. M. HEWLETT - REALTOR
We Can Sell Your Property
214 Princess St. Dial 7131
‘ VIOORE FONVIELLE REALTY CO. WE
’ are equipped to serve you.
REAL ESTATE - RENTALS - GEN
1 cral Insurance. Frakn G Harriss. Dia
1 7018.
155.—Seeds—Plants—Bulbs,
' QUALITY SEED
We Specialize m the Seeds
; You Need
CROSS SEED CO.
[ iV Market St. Dial *J8&
POLE BEANS, BUTTEfT~BEANS, CROW
der peas, okra, squash, mustard, me
lons, onion sets. Tomato, pepper anc
egg plants. Seed potatoes fertilizer
baby chicks. Wood’s Seed Store. 31'
No. Front. Dial 4620.
h?JCH SOIL FOR VICTORY GARDENS
and shrubbery $2.50 a load deliver
ed. Phone 6083.
r r'RESH SEEDS FOR YOUR VICTOR'*
i Garden: Most complete stocks in th«
i State Seed potatoes, onion sets, cab
1 bage plants insecticides. fertilizer
shrubbery, pansy plants. Roudabush’i
? Seed Store. Corner Front and Dock
" 170 —Wanted.
c WANTED: COTTAGE OR 2 OR :
f room apartment. Carolina Beach abou
a April 15 by permanent civilian couple
- . No drinking, no children, no dogs
_ Write “AE”. care of Star-News.
WANTED TO BUY: NICE HOME, ALSC
investment property in Wilmington. N
D. Stanley, P. O. Box 947, Fayetteville
“ N. C.
- a/ANTED: ALL PEOPLE SUFFERINC
kidney trouble or backache to tr:
‘Kido" 97c, Money back guarante«
* at Saunders Drug Store ot Brooklyt
k* Pharmacy
WANTED TO RENT COTTAGE FOP
summer or part of summer. W. R
Parsons, Bailey, N. C.
WE PAY CASH FOR USED SINGEF
sewing machines. Singer Sewing Ma
chine Co., 304 No Front Street. Dia
5526.
170.—Wanted.
WANTED TO BUY: ELECTRIC IRONS.
We fix them. Mixers, perculatora,
toasters, any electrical appliances not
in use. Highest cash prices paid. L.
F. Sollee, 902 Princess street.
WANTED: FURNISHED HOUSE OR
apartment. Price no object Dial 8611,
Room 908.
WANTED: HOUSE FURNISHED. ABOUT
$80.00. Write “KM", care of Star-News.
WANTED: GOOD USED ELECTRIC
sewing machine. Dial 2-1512.
WANTED: FURNISHED APARTMENT.
No children. Call 2-8663 after 6 p.m.
170.—Wanted.
WANTED: 5 TO 7 ROOM HEATED
dwelling in good neighborhood. Will
pay cash. J. L. Baldwin, Agency, 217
Princess St., Dial 2-3210.
WANTED: SET OF WHEELS, 6 1-2 OR
7 inches in diameter, for Haywood
Wakefield baby buggy. Dial 6506 or
2-8173.
WANTED NEW OR USED LAWN MOW
er. Call County 6504.
WANTED: SINGLE ROOM FOR YOUNG
ffpntlpman Rnv *>37
WANTED: BUILDNG LOT 100x125. Pre
ferably on North side of town. Dial 5041
180.—Legal
EXECUTRIX NOTICE
Having qualified as Executrix of the
Estate of Charles W. Hollowbush, de
ceased, late of New Hanover County,
North Carolina, this is to notify all per
sons having claims against the estate of
said deceaed to exhibit them to the un
dersigned at 704 Murchison Building,
Wilmington, N. C., on or before the 7th
day of April, 1945, or this notice will
be plead in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment.
This the 7th day of April, 1944.
MARY ZIEGLER, Executrix of the
Estate of Charles W. Hollowbush.
STATE OF NORTH”CAROLINA:
COUNTY OF NEW HANOVER:
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
Under and by virtue of the power of
sale contained in a certain Mortgage
executed on the 26th day of August,
1925. by Howard Russell and Harrv E.
Jennings and wife. Lucy Ratliff Jen
nings to Oleander Development Company,
said mortgage being duly recorded in
the office of the Register of Deeds, New
Hanover County, in Book 156, at Page
197. which power of sale has been
conveyed to the undersigned, Hugh Mc
Rae and Co.. Inc., by the said Olean
der Development Company, by convey
ance duly recorded in Book 273. at Page
264, New Hanover County Registry; de
fault having been made in the payment
of the note secured by aforesaid mort
gage, the undersigned will expose for
sale, to the highest bidder for cash, at.
the Court House door, in the City of
Wilmington. County of New Hanover.
North Carolina, on the 1st day of May.
1944, at 12:00 o’clock, Noon, the follow
ing described real estate, located in
Harnett Township, County of New Han
over and State of North Carolina:
BEGINNING at the intersection of th«*
North line of Asheville Street with the
West line of Ocean Avenue, and run
ning thence Northwardly with the West
line of Ocean Avenue fifty (50) feet;
thence Westwardly and at right angles
with Ocean Avenue One Hundred (1001
feet; thence Southwardly and parallel
with Ocean Avenue Fifty (50) feet to a
point in the North line of Asheville St.,
thence Eastwardly with the North line
of Asheville Street One Hundred <100)
feet to the BEGINNING, being Lot No.
Seventeen (17), in Block “V”, of Addi
tion No. 1, Wrightsville Beach Exten
sion, map of which is recorded in the
Registry of New Hanover County in Map
Book No. 2, Page 87.
Dated and posted this 30th day of
HUGH MacRAE & CO., INC,
By J. W. Morton, President.
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
GROW YOUR YEGETARLES
Have an abundance of ration
free food in your own backyard.
fresh Seeds to Plant Now
Garden Peas, Onion Sets, Tomato
Pepper, Eggplant, collard, turnip
mustard, kale, spinach, bfeets, carrots,
radish, cabbage, lettuce seed, etc.
Start the Spring garden Now,
ROUDARUSH'S SEER STORE
Ml South Front Dial 6030
QUALITY SEED
BEANS — PEAS — CORN
POTATOES — ONION SETS
WATERMELON
CANTALOUPE
CUCUMBERS
Complete Stock Seasonable Seed
CROSS SEED CO.
12 Market St. Dial 6868
J I
B _
2 LB. FRYERS IN » wt^ivo
Raising chicks Into
profitable fryers and
productive hens is
an easy way to
make extra money.
Requires small in
vestment, little time.
We have leading breeds: Reds,
Rocks, Leghorns, Wyandottes, Orp
ingtons and Ducks. 5,000 to 10,000
chicks on hand always.
Roudabush’s Seed Store
31 South Front Dial 6030
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
WANTED
MEN
50 to 65 years old
GOOD PAY
Light Healthful Employment
Work In Civilian Clothes
You can render an essential
public service as a communi
cation carrier vital to the war
1 effort.
SEE MR. STROUPE
Western Union
Telegraph Co.
Read The Classified Ads
MAGICIAN TRICKS
LIONS CLUB HERE
Professional Slight - Of
Hand Artist Does Sever
al Tricks At Meeting
PFC Phil Stillman. Camp Davis
soldier, known professionally as
“Alhuda” entertained the Wilming
ton Lion’s Club yesterday at their
weekly luncheon meeting with
tricks of magic which caused gasps
of amazement and looks of won
derment from the assembled mem
bers.
Alhuda, who offers “magic for
all occasions” prior to his entry
into the Army was a magician in
New York City and has preformed
before many clubs and other or
ganizations in the country. He is a
member of the “Knights of Magic,”
society of professional magicians
and slight of hand artists.
Lion Paul T. Marshburn intor
duced the guest, who opened his
Indian rope trick, and followed up
with what were classed as very
good card and handkerchief illu
sions.
As a semi-finale, Alhuda did a
card trick, described as one of the
best of its type ever developed, in
which the cards are distributed to
the guests, with each picking seven
cards, and from this seven, mental
ly choosing one. The cards are then
shuffled in plain sight, at the direc
tion of those present, and ends
with the magician producing the
card each of the seven persons
had picked from the seven cards
be had chosen.
As his finale, the soldier-magi
cian did a well-known needle trick,
in which a number of ordinary
sewing needles are placed in the
mouth, unthreaded, and then plac
ing a piece of thread in the mouth.
After numerous jerks and pulls,
the thread and needles come out,
with the needles threaded on the
sewing thread.
M’Kean Maffitt, chairman of th(
blind aid committee told the grouj
that the collection of old clother
which are to be distributed to the
blind in New Hanover and sur
rounding counties, is lagging.
Said Lion Maffitt:
“A big pile of them have beei
turned in at the two collectior
points (the Firestone store and A
L. King’s Grocery) but we believe
many more are still needed.” Hi
appealed to the members to clear
" classified display
NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS
Bought — Sold — Repaired
THE NATIONAL CASH
REGISTER CO
217 Princess Street Phone 2-3210
ONION SETS
Large Shipment Red Onion
Sets Just Received
Onion Sets planted now will pro
duce large edible onloni tn 6 to S
weeks. Buy now — they will be Im
possible to get later on.
Onions are very scarce, and will be
scarce for a long time. If you want
some, you will have to grow your
own.
ROUDABUSH S SEED STORE
31 South Front Dial 6030
WANTED
“Ladies 18 to 25 years of
age for telephone and cleri
cal work at the Wilmington
office. Must be high school
graduates and touch typist.
Good pay while training.”
Apply
WESTERN UNION
| 237 North Front St.
MOLASSES BREAD
: 1 egg
1-4 cup sugar
1-2 cup molasses
1-4 cup melted shortening
2 1-2 cups siften enriched flour
1 teaspoon soda
2 teaspoons baking powder
1-2 teaspoon salt
1-2 to 3-4 cup buttermilk or
sour milk.
Beat egg until light. Add sugar,
molasses, and melted shorten
ing. Sift together flour, soda,
baking powder, and salt. Add to
mixture alternately with but
termilk Bake in greased loaf.
Yield: 1 loaf.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
DAINTY FLOUR
Refuse All Substitutes
J. J. ALLEN & SON
—DISTRIBUTORS—
Dock & Water Sts. Dial 5762
WILMINGTON MAN
IS MADE CAPTAIN
WASHINGTON. April 20— Ufl —
The War Department today an
nounced the temporary promo
tions of seven North Carolina of
ficers.
Promotions:
Harold Lee Pitser, FD, 2026
Sharon Lane, Charlotte, from cap
tain to major.
Ralph Dean Cavill, MC Wilming
ton from 1st lieutenant to captain,
Samuel Boyce Welch, AC. 311
Cherokee Place, Charlotte; Jaspei
Royce Johnson, INF., 106 3rd,
Ave., Durham; Clarence Wilsor
Browning, INF, Rt. 2, Kerners
ville: Franklin Wills Hancock, Sig.
C., Oxford; and Lafayette Parker,
QMC, Rt. 1, Richlands, from 2nd
lieutenants to 1st lieutenants.
Ordered to active duty:
Douglas St. Clair McKay Glas
gow 1st Lt. MC Charlotte.
-V
In 1880, 70 percent of the U. S.
population lived on farms and 3C
per cent in cities—exactly the re
verse of 1943.
out their closets and turn in al
types of old garments.
Inducted into membership b;
Lion Dave Sinclair was D. J. Ful
cher, chief of personnel at the U
S. Engineer office in the Custom
House.
Lion Luther Rogers reported tha
the “thumbling sheds” for the us
of servicemen have been erectei
and will be painted soon.
WAR CASUALTIES
WASHINGTON, April 20-JB
The War Department made pub
lic today the names of 650 U. S.
soldiers missing in action, includ
ing these from North Carolina,
missing in the European area:
2nd Lt. Henry L. Allen. Julian
F. Allen, father, Wadesboro: 2nd
Lt. Jacob P. Foster, Mrs. Etta M.
Foster, mother, Hendersonville;
1st. Lt. Lonnie Hammond, Jr.,
Mrs. Jean M. Hammond, wife,
Laurinburg; 2nd Lt. Karry L.
Howie. Jr., Mrs. Alice L. Howie,
wife, Pinebluff; 2nd Lt. J. W,
Icard, Mrs. Walter J. Icard, moth
er. Granite Falls: Sgt. Earl C.
Killian, Henry O. Killian, father.
Maiden; Tech. Sgt. John W.
Owens. Mrs. W. H. Owens, moth
er, Westfic-ld; and Staff Sgt.
Frederick E. Walker, Alfred E.
Walker, father Concord
-L_v
Man Wanted To Be Sure
He Would Take Own Life
JESSUP, Pa., April 20— (JR —
When Andrew Heldock, 41, decided
to end his life today, Deputy
Coroner W. J. Barrett *aid, he
• tied one end of a rope to a raft
■ er and the other end around hi*
■ neck; climbed upon a box, clasp
; ing a dynamite cap to his chest,
and exploded the cep with a bat
t tery charge.
; The blast jarred his body off tha
i box and his neck was broken at
the rope Tightened.
180.—Legal 180.—Legal
REPORT OF CONDITION ’
“THE MORRIS PLAN BANK OF WILMINGTON”
of Wilmington in the State of North Carolina at the close of business
on April 13. 1944.
ASSETS
Loans and discounts___$ 982,686.39
United States Government obligations,
direct and guaranteed _ 1,594,710.00
Obligations of States and political subdivisions_ 103,000.00
Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve
balances, and cash items in process of collection_ 596,100.64
Bank premises owned $.., furniture and fixtures $13,528.46 13,528.46
Other assets ______ 22,841 27
TOTAL ASSETS .. $3,312,866.76
LIABILITIES
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships
i and corporations _$ 321,465 83
Time deposits of individuals, partnerships,
and corporations _ 2.171,822.43
Deposits of United States Government (including
i - - — -■ - — ......... uu«,uuu. i a
’ Deposits of States and political subdivisions _ 124,670.98
Other deposits (certified and officers’ checks, etc)_ 43,059.75
TOTAL DEPOSITS ....$2,993,602.83
Other liabilities: Includes $37,940.74 Income collected—
not earned _ 49,591.68
TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including subordinated
obligations shown below) _ 8,043,194.51
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
Capital ..-.$ 100,000.00
Surplus _ 100,000.00
Undivided profits _ 45,660.97
Reserves for Contingencies _ 24,011.28
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _ 269,672.25
TOTAL CAPITAL AND LIABILITIES ACCOUNTS $3,312,866.75
This bank’s capital consists of common stock with
total par value of $100,000.00
MEMORANDA
Pledged assets (and securities loaned) (book value):
(a) U. S. Government obligations, direct and
guaranteed, pledged to secure deposits and
other liabilities___ 816,000.00
(b) Other assets pledged to secure deposits
and other liabilities (including notes and
bills rediscounted and securities sold under re
purchase agreement) ___- 25,000.00
(e) TOTAL __-. 841,800.00
Secured and preferred liabilities:
(a) Deposits secured by pledged assets pursuant to
requirements of law_._,-1- 445,110.04
(e) TOTAL . 445,110.04
(a) On date of report the required legal reserve
against deposits of this bank was_ 173,947.96
- (b) Assets reported above which were elligible as
legal reserve amounted to - 596,100.64
I, Garland F. Palmer, Vice-President, of the above-named bank,
do solemnly (swear, affirm) that the above statement is true and
that it fully and correctly represents the true state of several mat
ters herein contained and set forth, to the best of my knowledge and
belief.
GARLAND F. PALMER.
Correct-Attest: i
B. B. Cameron
E. Reid Toms
Emsley A Laney
Directors.
State of North Carolina, County of New Hanover, ss:
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 13th day of April, 1944,
and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of thii
bank.
My Commission expires 8-23-45 Annie G. Shackelford, f
Notary Public.
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US CARS
1941 BUICK SEDAN, 15,000 miles, five original tires
that look like new. Heater, radio, defroster.
1941 PONTIAC SEDAN, 14,000 miles, original 5-ply
white side-wall tires, heater, radio, two-tone paint. A
very pretty car.
1941 CHEVROLET SPORT SEDAN, low mileage, heat
er, radio, excellent tires, attractively priced.
1941 CHEVROLET 5-PASS. COUPE, 16,000 miles,
original tires that are very good, maroon paint, heat
Cl, 1 auiw. n tvi j
1941 FORD COACH, good tires, A-l condition. See this
for a real buy.
1940 BUICK SEDAN, low mileage, excellent tires, heat
er, radio, clean as a new car.
1940 CHEVROLET TOWN SEDAN, very good tires,
A-l condition mechanically, at a bargain price.
1940 BUICK COACH, four brand new tires and a spare,
a very clean car, heater and radio. Sensational value.
A large selection of other makes and models.
RANEY CHEVROLET CO.
406 Princess St. Dial 9621
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