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The Wilmington morning star. [volume] (Wilmington, N.C.) 1909-1990, April 21, 1944, FINAL EDITION, Image 16

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CLUB MEETING
The Past Matrons and Pa
trons club of Goldenrod chap
ter will meet Friday evening
at 8 o’clock with Mrs. Lula
Wariek, 112 Grace street.
W. M. TODD
613 Castle St. Dial 5251
GRADE A MARKET
Kingan’s Reliable OQ/»
PICNICS, lb.
VEAL ROAST
VEAL CUTLETS
VEAL CHOPS
Grade A
ROUND STEAK
Grade A
SIRLOIN STEAK
Kingan’s Reliable, Morrell’s
Pride, Swift’s Premium, or
Armour’s Star
TENDER SMOKED
HANS, lb. 33c
Roasting Size
CHICKENS
Fully Dressed
SALTED MULLET
Salted
MULLET ROE
Fresh Pork
CHITTERLINGS
Fresh Pork
N. B. C. Bit.
CRACKERS, Ig. size LoC
Spring Turnip Off
SALAD, 2 lbs.
Spring Mustard Of
SALAD, 2 lbs. LOC
Collard Off
GREENS, 2 lbs. £DC
Spring Bunch TURNIPS
NATIVE BEETS
NATIVE RADISHES
'CORNELIUS BLOOM
BOUND OVER HERE
Probably cause was found in
the case of Cornelius Bloom,
charged with housebreaking and
larceny and receiving and the
case turned over to superior court
by Deputy Recorder S. E. Loftin
Thursday afternoon.
Bloom is alleged to have enter
ed the home of Mrs. C. M. Landis,
Lumina Avenue, Wrightsville
Beach and to have stolen a suit
case, wrist watch, a pair of boots,
2 coastguard coats, a pair of slip
pers and a large country ham. His
bond was set at $1,000. Bloom en
tered a plea of not guilty.
Judge Loftin found Joseph
Davis, Negro charged with beat
ing his wife, guilty of assault and
fined him $10 and costs.
For the alleged theft - of $27 in
cash and a ladies necklace from
Mrs. Burke H. Bridgers, of 102
South Third street, Leon Watson
Kelly, 38-year-old white laborer of
the Hope Mills community, was
given a sentence in Recorder’s
court of two years on the county
roads.
Deputy Recorder S. E. Loftm
ordered a 10 days stay in the
case, in the event that Kelly
wishes to appeal the decision.
mto! npnutv Record
er Loftin found defendants not
guilty and ordered that the prose
cuting witnesses pay the cost of
court, declaring that the charges
were “frivolous and malicious, not
for the public good.”
The cases were those of Lillie
Herring of 308 Wooster street,
charged with disorderly conduct
on complaint bv Buddie Chavis:
Dorothy M. Joyce, 703 North Third
street, charged with worthless
check passing on complaint by
Johnnie R. Corbett:- and Edna
Ruth Williams, Negress, of 120
Brunswick street, charged with
temporary larceny of a truck, on
complaint by Willie George Wil
liams, who paid only one-third of
costs.
Ralph Vester Carter, jailed last
night on a charge of stealing $200
from E. S. Williams, on Easter
Sunday, will be given preliminary
hearing April 27. His bond is $500.
E. P. Roudabush, against whom
six charges of overparking had ac
cumulated, paid six dollars in
fines, the costs remitted.
Restaurants are patronized by
more people per capita in San
Francisco than in any other city
in the United States.
IF a r r a r
TRANSFER & STORAGE
WAREHOUSE
DIAL 5317 |
ORIENT LODGE
SPECIAL communication this
Friday evening at 7:30 o’clock,
April 21st. FELLOWCRAFT De
gree. Members urged to attend.
Visitors cordially invited.
By order of the Master.
W. H. McCLAIN,
Secretary.
COL POTTS TALKS
AT LADIES NIGHT
The Cape Fear Country club
was the scene of the first Ladies
Night the Wilmington Kiwanis club
has held in three years Wednes
day night, when some members,
their wives and special guests sat
down to a real honest-to-goodness
steak dinner, with a dab of butter
for everybody. There were other
commestibles as well, but the but
ter was accorded chief attention
and avid consumption. Steaks and
butter were made possible when
Kiwanians raided their wives’ ra
tion books and surrendered the
necessary points. How the points
will affect home larders is some
thing each member must settle in
his own way- There was too much
hilarity around the tables during
the evening for this to have much
consideration.
Col. Adam E. Potts, comman
dant at Camp Davis, spoke brief
ly and, as always, to the point, on
Patriots day and the advantages
tlie home population has over the
fighting forces on the battle
fronts.
Special guests were introduced.
The were Lieut. Col. J. T. Knight,
district engineer; Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Rogers, the Rev- and
Mrs. C. D. Barclift and Mr. and
Mrs. John K. Ward, the three last
named men being president re
spectively of the Rotary, the Ex
change and the Civitan clubs.
The entertainment was then
turned over to a group from the
Special Service Office of the AAA
Training school at Camp Davis,
under direction of Major Annen
berg, with Jack Whalen as master
of ceremonies, assisted by Arnie
Sultan and Bill Cohen, Corporal
Janette Burns of the Wacs and
Jerry Biseglia. Sergeant Robert
Thorne was in charge of the pro
gram. A four-piece band furnish
ed the cues and accompaniments
besides playing several numbers
on its own account. There were
monologues, solos, group songs,
imitations, burlesques and riotous
railery in the best spirit, and when
the tables were finally stowed a
way, dancing until well after mid
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Lumber Consumption
Will Be Controlled
After July 1 By WPE
WASHINGTON, April 20— Ufl -
The War Production Board sak
today it will control lumber con
sumption after July 1 through i
syjiem of “purchase authoriza
tions” based on essential consum
er needs and the available supply
An April 25 deadline for majoi
consumers to file information or
their lumber needs does not mear
a freeze on lumber, WPB said ir
an effort to remove misunder
standings.
Consumers will continue to re
ceive lumber under existing
orders until the new purchase
system is effective, WPB said,
unless they have failed to file
proper requests for the lumber an
cording to its intended use.
Lumber controls now are «P
plied at the producers’ level
WPB explained, but when informa'
tion on major essential needs is
correlated with amounts available
the control will b« at the pur
chasers’ level by means of specif
ic authorizations. _
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BILL WAS j
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$ FEB. 1st BY \ j
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CHECK
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11 You, too, can enjoy the convenience, economy, and prestige of a 4
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"POPULAR." Checking Clccount |
At The Wilmington Saving & Trust Co. j
; | You have a foolproof record of paid bills to automatically keep things straight. 3
■ ■ The housewife, businessman, and club treasurer alike — need the time-saving help 1
| J of our “POPULAR” Checking Account service. 1
11 1 No Minimum Balance Required 3. Only $100 For A Book of 10 Checks. 4
I, H 4 MUch More Economical and Conven* 1
< • 2. No Monthly Service Charge lent than Postal Money Orders. 5
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The Wilmington Savings & Trust Co. ' j
<. Established Since 1888 a
11 MEMBER the federal reserve system .
;; member the federal deposit insurance corp. *j
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Pvt. Robert H. Hollis has re
turned to Fort Jackson after a
short visit with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Hollis, Masonboro
Sound. Private Hollis, who has
taken ASTP training at Camp
Wheeler and Fort Benning, was
transferred to the 125th Engineers ;
at Fort Jackson.
ON FURLOUGH
Cpl. Hugh D.
Harvell, 23, son
of Mr. and Mrs.
D. A. Harvell
of Bolivia, has
been in service
for two years
and has been
s t a t ioned at
Camp Barke
ley, Texas. Cor
poral Harvell is
now on fur
lough, and his
HARVELL wife, who lives
in Wilmington, is visiting with him
at Bolivia. He is with the tank
division of artillery of the 12th
army.
TAKING SPECIAL COURSE
jr-ic. MCLtaurin a. .EJawaras, wno
formerly resided at 224 South
Fourth street, has been enrolled
in a special course at the South
ern Signal Corps school at Camp
Murphy, Florida.
RETURNS TO BASE
Ray W. Jar
rell, Jr., S 1/c,
USNAC, has re
turned to his
base in Jack
sonville. Fla.,
after spending
10 days with his
p a rents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ray
W. Jarrell. He
is a graduate
of the New
Hanover High
JARRELL school.
GRADUATES
James B. Hinnant, Jr., former
aviation cadet, was recently grad
• uated from the Army Air Forces
Pilot School at Moody Field, Ga.,
. and commissioned a second lieu
tenant. His local address was 6
Northern Boulevard.
RETURNS TO U. S.
T/Sgt. Thomas W. Blake, 21.
who has flown 51 missions in the
Southwest Pacific as a B-25 radio
operator, recently returned to the
United States and is now at the
Army Air Forces Redistribution
■ Station No. 2 in Miami Beach,
Operators Of Over-Road
Trucks Reminded They
Must Register Vehicles
Operators of “over -the -road"
trucks (trucks which travel more
than 25 miles from their base)
were reminded yesterday by
Oeorge T. Musselman, district
manager of the Office of Defense
rransportation in Wilmington, that
:hey must register 'all empty or
partially laden vehicles and freight
which cannot be moved within a
imited time.
Freight, he explained, can be
•egistered only by common car
ders, but common and contract
carriers alike are required to reg
ster empty or partially laden
rucks. Private carriers (those
;ransporting their own property)
need not register such vehicles.
This ruling is in accordance with
:he recently announced traffic and
vehicle registration program of
ODT as provided in Administrative
Order No. 10, Musselman explain
ed. Full information may be ob
tained at the ODT office, 604-607
Murchison building, Wilmington.
The new registration order does
not apply to vehicles exempted
Fla., from where his next assign
ment will be recommended. He
has been awarded the Distin
guished Flying Cross and Presi
dential Unit Citation. Sergeant
Blake is the son of A. B. Blake,
404 South Eighteenth street.
Men! Get Your New
1 STRAW HAT j
at )
Gibson's Haberdashery
North tfront Street <
from the provisions of General
Order ODT 3, revised, and Gener
al Order ODT 17, which includes
tank trucks, certain truck opera
tions conducted by farmers and ve
hicles whose rated load carrying
ability, as defined by the order,
does not exceed 12,000 pounds, the
District Manager stated.
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MONEY TO LOAN
ON ANYTHING OF VALUE
No Loan Too Large—None Too Small
Cape Fear Loan Office
12 SLUFGroGn1GS«.
Immediate Service
ON ALL
Plumbing & Heating
Problems
DIAL 7117
Cumber-Moore Co.
Plumbing—Heating
Oil Burners
_17 N. Second St._
CONCRETE
DELIVERED TO YOUR JOB. MIXED IN TRANSIT
READY WHEN YOU ARE
DIAL 5562
S & C C OMPANY
NOTICE
The New Hanover County Civil Service Commission
will hold an examination in the Grand Jury room, in
the Court House, at 3:00 o’clock P. M., Wednesday,
April 26th, 1944, for position of typist-clerk in the
City-County Tax Collector’s Office. Applications must
be submitted in the hand writing of the applicant, no
special form required. All applicants are required to
appear before the Commission on the above date for
questioning.
NEW HANOVER COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE
COMMISSION
By Thos. K. Woody, Clerk
HOME SERVICE STORES
OUTSTANDING VALUES IN FINE FOODS
i
PALMOLIVE SOAP 7c
OCTAGON
LAUNDRY SOAP 5c
OCTAGON
TOILET SOAP 5c
REGULAR SIZE
SUPER SUDS He
OCTAGON
CLEANSER 2 for 9c
OCTAGON
SOAP POWDER 5c
No. 2 Can English—No Points
Peas 2 for 27c
Large—Juicy 2 doz.
Oranges 69c
12-Ounce Cans
NIBLETS BRAND
CORN
2ior 29c
6 Points Can
1-Lb. Jar
Peanut Butter 27c
No Points—No. 2 Can Kents Pride
Field Peas 15c
PLAIN OR SELF-RISING
BALLARD'S FLOF*
2-Lb Jar Farmers Friend — 6 Feints
GRAPE JELLY 41c
2-Lb Jar Farmers Friend — 6 Points I
Strawberry Jelly 47c
Nabisco Honeymaid
Graham Crackers
lb. 19c
Armour Star—1 Point
BACON
lb. 37c
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ABISCO
HREDDED WHEAT
Pkg. 12c
Lb. Pkg. Armour Star. No Pts.
PURE LARD
lb. 69c
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It’s a worthwhile endeavor. The CARott
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easy, economical and convenient. Regular monthly U
ments soon repay the loan and a debt-free home \
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Three
The / Million Dollar
Carolina Buildinq and Loan Ass'n
“Member Federal Home Loan Bank”
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ec.-Treas. Asst. Sec.-Trea,.
J. O. Carr, Atty.
. BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS *
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I JEWELRY AND GIFTS OF DISTINCTION . |
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We like our customers to be “choosey” because It shows that
they appreciate good value—and good value is something We
specialize in. That’s why we want you to pick oui your own
fresh fruits and vegetables and other items . . . choosing ex
actly what you want. Shop here today for proof that the Gro
certeria is the place to buy your food items.
MAXWELL HOUSE
COFFEE, pound 31c
DROMEDARY GINGER BREAD
MIX, package19c
ALL-SWEET ~~
it) m fft: lb. 24c
BISQUICK, lg. pkg. 32c
GRAPE NUTS
FLAKES Vheat" Meal Pkg. 10c
WESSON
OIL Pis. 29cQts. 53c
r/\iNV^X OUL-IU X“.n.V_xv
(6) TUNA FISH, can 31c
PREMIER PICCALILLI
RELISH, bottle17c
MAGIC SHEF SPAGHETTI
(3) DINHER, Pkq. 25c
GREEN LAKE TENDER
SWEET PEAS, No. 2 can_He
DEL MONTE EARLY GARDEN
(10) ASPARAGUS, No. 2 can 34c
PHILLIPS’
(5) TOMATOES, Ho. 2 can lie
SCHIMMEL’S CHERRY
(4) PRESERVES, boiile 27c
SCHIMMEL’S APRICOT-PINEAPPLE
(4) PRESERVES, hotile 27c
NATURAL FRUIT RASPBERRY
SYRUP, 10-cz. hotile 31c
DEL MONTE DELUXE
(12) PLUMS, No. 21/z jar_13c
DEL MONTE
(30) FIGS, large jarjlc
DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE
(10) JUICE, No. 2 can 15c
CUT-RITE
WAXED PAPER, lg. roll 17c
OCTAGON TOILET SOAP l lor 3t
a OCTAGON CLEANSER £
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