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Saturday.__ CLASSIFIED INDEX 1 .-.Announcements, 5—Automotive. 8—Chiropractor. 9.—Boats. 10 -Booksellers—Stationers. 11-Builders. 32.—Builders Supplies. 13—Buisness Opportunities 1 -Business Service. 35_Business Sites 20!—Cleaners- Dyer*. 22.—Clothing. 25 —Coal-Wood—Fuel OIL 30-Dairy Product*. 32. —Dancing. 33. —Dogs—Cats—Pet*. 35.—Drugs 38._Dry Cleaning—Pressing 41. —Eatables. 42. —Eating Places. 45.—Electrical. 48. —Feeds. 49. —Financial. 50_Floor Finisher*. 51. —Florist. 52. —For Rent. 53. —For Rent at Resort*. 55.—For Rent—Apartment*. 60.—For Rent—Rooms. 63.—Room and Board. 65.—For Rent—Houses. 10.—For Sale. 73.—Hardware. 75.—Household Goods. 80.—Houses For Sale. 85.—Help Wanted —Male. 90.—Help Wanted—Femak 95_Insurance. 100. —Instruction 101. —Jewelry. 102. —Laundry. 104.—Loans. 105 —Lost and Found 110. —Livestock. 111. —Miscellaneous. 112. —Machinery 118.—Music. 120.—Office Equipment. 121_Office For Rent. 125.-Paint—Papering. 12k— Plumbing—Heating. 127—Printing. 330..—Professional. 135. —Personal. 136. —Poultry 139.—Radio and Repair*. 150_Real Estate. 152.—Refrigeration Service 155. -Seeds— Plants— Bulbs. 156. —Situations Wanted. 157. —Shoes 160. —Transfer and Storage 161. --Typewriters. 170. —Wanted. i — Auto mo live 1941 SUPER BUICK 4 DOOR SEDAN. One owner, good condition, radio, heat er. CalJ C. H. Spooner. 9973. PASSENGER CAR TIRES REPAIRED and recapped. Reid’s Tire Service, 216 Market St. 1941 DE LUXE FOKo TOWN SEDAN. A-l condition. Call R. C. Holmes. 9621. 1941 CHEVROLET FOUR DOOR SEDAN, low mileage, extra clean, radio and heater good tires. MacMillan Uuick Co., Dial 9574, 1945 SPECIAL BUICK SEDAN, LOW mileage, perfect condition, priced less than ceiling for quick sale. Certificate required. Phone 9577. 1930 PACKARD COACH. FIVE GOOD tires low mileage. A. Schlegel, Castle Haynes. “40 BUICK 4 DOOR SEDAN, GOOD tires, good running condition. Robert’s Auto Exchange, 519 So 13th. 1934 CHEVROLET COACIL GOOD shape, quick sale for $175 cash. Ma dame Frances, Palmist, Castle Haynes Road. Chevrolet, Oldsmobile, Cadillac Sales and Service RANEV CHEVROLET CO. 406 Princess St. Dial MSI FOR SALE: 1937 DODGE PANEL 1-2 <l0n- Dial 2-1746. Lonnie Tompkins. PACKARD CONVERTIBLE. EXCELLENT condition, good tires. Amoco Service Station. 3rd and Walnut. 1937 CHEVROLET COACH. $265.00. FAIR condition. 113-A Marion Drive, Maf fitt Village. FOR SALE: 1941 BUICK CONVERTIBLE club coupe, radio, heater, de froster. SI600.00 cash. Dial 2-1059. Defense Transportation, new or ex tended truck operation* were virtual* Jy frozen last October. Prospective buyers of trucks listed tor sale are urged for their own protection to eheck with the ODT before closing a •le to ascertain whether gasoline will be authorized. t'EW SHiPMExj OF-SHATTER-PROOl' “ut° window giass w* Install. Robort’a Auto Exchange. 51U So. 13th St. PASSENGER CAR ttres~recapped - d repaired. Akron Tire Company, J North Third St. —-- - wanted to buy for cash 2—1936 Ford Coaches. 2—1936 Chevrolet 2 or 4 Door Sedans. ^ 1937 Ford and Chevrolet Coaches. 2—1938 Ford, Chevrolet or Ply mouth. 2—1939 Ford or Chevrolet Coaches. BARKER & FUTCH Next to Cape Fear Hotel On Second Street Cash for your car. we buy and Seh good used cars. Howell Motor Co., J__No. 3rd St. 19». DE LUXE FORD TUDOR" SEDAN, jxtra condition Wonderful tires. Weft Brown Motor Co. ATTENTION FARMERS' YOU ARE now eligible for new trucks — See us for your requirements. Marks ^Machinery Co. l9,l! FORD station wagon, good Condition. J. W. Wayne, Lake Wac '■amaw, N. C. I:-t i ord Coach, perfect in ev ^er> way. J. Brothers, 9 North 3rd St l9:!v PACKARD, BRAND-NEW OVER haul job Radio, heater, 5 good tires. __ phone 2-2725. 15<i PONTIAC 13 000 MILES. CAR PER feet cowfiition, snare tire never be#r useefc Dial 9776. W. P. Sutton. 'j-—Automotive , 1940 HUDSON, TWO DOOR, GOOD CON dition. tires good, radio, heater, after 4 to 7:30 p.m. 131 Ward St., Maffitt Village. ■< —l-'hiropractor HEADACHE, BACKACHE, NERVOUS ness Dr. Mary J. Layton. 512 South ern Bldg. Phone 2-0128. B.—Boats FOR SALE: SAIL BOAT, SNIPE CLASS, partially built, sails, hard ware mate rails on hand. Phone 5065. FOR SALE: 32 JOHNSON SEA HORSE and 18 foot matched boat with trailer. Gene Trailer Camp, South 3rd street after 4 p.m. FOR SALE: 19’ CRIS-CRAFT RUN about 95 h. p. motor. 31 Tyler Sunset Park. lid.—Builders Supplies NOTICE: SASH DOORS. BLINDS, WIN dows. Door Frames, Screens. Turned Columns, Cabinets. Oldest Best Equip ped Shop in City. Roderick and Land. Dial 5229. “FLINTKOTE’ THE ASPHALT SHIN gles of fine quality with the *0-year guarantee. Dial Becker’s 7761. WHY BUY SHINGLES THAT ARE NOT locked or guaranteed when you can get Ford locked shingles at the same price. Mclver Lumbei Co. Dial 4347. CONCRETE DELIVERED TO YOUR job mixed in transit. S and G Com pany. Phone 6562. 13. —Business Opportunities ESTABLISHED CORNER GROCERY business, now doing average of $1600.00 weekly. Price includes building and fixtures. P. O. Box 524, City. MINISTREL SHOW FOR SALE: TENT seats, sound system, loud speaker, Chev rolet truck and trailer, drapery and curtains for stage, music instruments. Offered for sale, very reasonable for cash. Show now in operation. Write or wire Bradley Vidalia, 520 Red Cross Street, Wilmington, N. C. Phone 6411. 14. —Business Service VACUUM CLEANER ~ PARTS TO FIT all makes and wringer rolls, A. O’Briant. 510 No. 4th, Dial 2-3562. '-2 —Clothing MEN! you can dress 'well, save real money on clothing bill at Finkle stein's. Front and Market Sts. 35.—Druga Let 1 s Fill Your Next PR ESCRJPTION See Us For Your Drug Needs! BROOKLYN PHARMACY 902 No. 4th St. Dial 'SI8 NO ONE SELLS FOR LESS! Jl.—Eatables BROWN’S GROCERY CHOICE CUTS, lamb veal beef and pork. Fancy Gro ceries. 802 No. 4th St. Dial 8585. FRESH COUNTRY EGGS ANiTbaN anas. Nick’s. Carolina ' Beach Road Nick’s Market. 5th and Greenfield. lb —Electrical MASON ELECTRIC-Co! Electric Contractors lOf No. 3rd St. Dial 8732 18.—Feeds TUXEDO FEEDS The Feeder's Silent Partner CROSS SEED CO. *8.—Feeds FULL O PEP MASHES QUAKER DA ry rations. sugared Schumacher. Scratch Grains, Dog Food. Rabbltt Food. Goat Food. etc.. J. i. Allen and Son. Dial 5762. 50.—Floor Finishers FLOOR LAYING. SANDING AND ITN lshing. We sell and install Inlaid Lino leum. in Wilmington more than twen ty years. Sanding machines and edgeri for rent. M. L. Brothers and Son, 201 No. 11th St Dial 4758. 5! —Florist CUT FLOWERS, . OT PLANTS, COR sages, funeral designs Quick deliveries. Blossom Shop. 31 So. Front. Dial 6030. 55.—For Rent—Apartments FOR RENT: TWO ROOM FURNISHED apartment. 910 North 4th Street. bu.—For Rent—Rooms 2 FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping. 610 South 16th Street. NICE FURNISHED ROOM, NEXT TO bath for one or two gentlemen. Dial 9412. ROOM AND BOARD. CONTINUOUS HOT water, shower. 9 N. Harrison St., Sun set Park. Phone 2-1856. For RENT: FURNISHED BEDROOM, Private home. Dial 9771. 2 BEDROOMS AND USE OF KITCHEN. 503 Wrightsville Ave„ Winter Park. FOR RENT: SINGLE ROOM FOR BUSI ness girl. Also double room to be shared with another girl. Twin beds. Dial 5122. ROOM FOR TWO: ARMY COUPLE PRE ferred. 510 Ann St. D3.—Kuom and Hoard ROOM AND BOARD FOR TWO NICE girls. Also for sober men. Early break fast. 411 No. 5th Street. ROOM AND BOARD TO GENTLEMAN. Close in. Dial 6804. 70.—For Sale FOR SALE: LADIES PRE-WAR BICY cle. 617 Princess St. HOUSE TRAILERS, POPULAR MAKES, National, Royal, Roy-Craft, Alma, Ind ian, Praire Schooner, Glider and lug. gage trailer. Terms. Creech Trailer Sales, Carolina Beach Road. FOR SALE: THREE RECONDITIONED Singer Sewing machines. Singer Sew ing Machine Co. 304 No. Front St. Dial 5526. 7 EWE SHEEP AND 2 DUMP BODY carts. See W. M. Holland, Route 1, Box 259 TAYLOR’S GIFT SHOP. 3rd RED CROSS for toys, dolls, musical powder boxes, picture frames, novelties, etc. ROACHES! ROACHES! KILL YOUR roaches with Shepard Roach Powder as thousands have. Ask them! I make a sure bed-bug killer, try It Joseph C. Shepard. 317 South Second. Dial 9456 RESTAURANT TABLES. CHAIRS, RE volving stools. Cash registers, scales, C. B. Sternberger Equipment Co.. 1009 Princess. _ FOR SALE: SADDLE, BRIDLE AND horse. $125.00. Apply 16 Court U, Lake Forest. WALL SOAP HOLDERS GARDEN HOSE STEEL RAKES B F. GOODRICH STORES 14 North rhird St. Dial 7560 PAINTS FOR EVERY PURPOSE. LET US recommend the best for your needs. We feature NU-ENAMEL. Thrif-T Stores Inc., 25 South Front. HAND DECORATED MILK GLASS lamps. A beautiful selection. The ; Nancy Wilma Ship. 112 N. Second St. ' I STILL HAVE TUBES AND PARTS s to repair your radio. Archie's 706 Chestnut St. Dial 2-2589. ’ ROUX SHAMPOO TINTS: RINSES nail polish all shades. Hair lacquer, sprays. Beauty supplies. Royal Supply Co., basement Wallace Bldg., Third . and Princess Sts. _ - SPENCER CORSETS AND BRASSIIERS designed. Mrs. Ramseur, 2019 Creasy Avenue. Dial 6214. - NEW AND USED TRAILERS. DOWL 1 ing Trailer Salea. Riverfront Trailer Park. iO —For Sale - FOR SALE: 1941 4-CYLINDER EVIN. r rude out board motor. 17 1-2 horse. :t power. Practically new. Howell Motoi Co. V GOAT MILK FROM REGISTEREE stock. Three young bucks. $12.50 each - Creech’s Trailer Service, Carolina Bead Road. FOR SALE: ONE BROWN. JR.. MODEL motor, with accessories, also one pre. war “Zipper” 64-inch gas model plane 1 Owner going into service. See aftei 6 p. m. 704 Orange. jj JUST ARRIIVED! NEW SHIPMENT OF new western saddles. Price $49.50 and t up. Sutton Council Furniture Co. BEST BUSINESS LOCATION, KURES Beach, Restaurant and rooms, now op t erating, large corner lot, real invest ment opportunity. W. R. Davis, 114 Princess St. Dial 6118. 3 ELECTRIC DRINK BOXES, FRIGI daire ,piccilo, steam tables. Service I station equipment. 8 booths. 13-H Nes bitt Courts. SINK, WASH TUBS AND BUCKETS, screen wire, small flour sifters, candy and pie cases, small iron safes, large stock pots. L. F. Sollee, 902 Princess. 18 FOOT HOUSE TRAILER, SLEEPS four, completely furnished, cheap for cash. See Fred Dosher, Oakley Road. Castle Haynes. 75.—Housencld Goods GOOD SELECTION OF SPRING FILL ed living room furniture, now cn sale. Sutton Council Furniture Co. NEW SHIPMENT OF GARBAGE CANS. Combinettes. tea kettles, enamel ware, and ironing cords. Carolina Furniture Co.. 617 No. 4th St. Dial 4048. WE STILL HAVE A FEW WHITE Mountain ice boxes. Sellers Furniture Co. Dial 7535. 911 No. 4th St. SPECIAL: METAL FOOT LOCKERS. $2.00 each. Carolina Furniture Co.. 617 North 4th. Dial 4048. JUST RECEIVED: SHIPMENT OF spring filled studio couches. No sag construction. Kosch Furniture Co., 6tb and Castle. JUST RECEIVED: COMPLETE LINE OF living room suites. Peoples Furniture Co., 257 No. Front St. BABY CRIBS, BASSINXTTS, FOLD ing leaterette carriage with rubber tires. Castle St. Furniture Co. WE BUY AND SELL USED FURNI ture. H. Evansen Furniture Exchange. 716 Castle. Dial 2-3809. SERVICE FOR 6 AND 8 DINNER WARE, beautifully decorated. Jewel Box Gift shop. 109 No. Front St. Sii OUR LARGE SELECTION OF chiffarobes and wardrobes. Home Fur niture Co.. 23 Market St. JUST ARRIVED: LARGE- SELECTION of living room furniture with spring construction. Home Furniture Co., 23 Market St. EUREKA SWEEPERS FOR SALE LATE models, limited stock, repair all make cleaners. New parts. Dial 2-8127. DUNCAN PHYFFE SOFAS, PLATFORM rockers, easy chairs, hardwood frames, and attractive covers. Wilmington Fur niture Co. “The Old Reliable.” CLOSE OUT ON ODD PIECES, DRES sers and vanity dressers. Jones Fur niture Co., 18 So. Front Street. FINAL CLEARANCE OF VICTORY BA by carriages. $8.95. Kosch Furniture Co., 6th and Castle. REASONABLY PRICED MAPLE. RED and black trim, breakfast room suite*. Terms. Railroad Salvage. 603 Castle. Dial 2-3626. FOR SALE: ONE BEDROOM APART ment, furniture available July 15th. Very reasonable. 245 Lake Forest Park way. Phone 2-1292. MUST BE SOLD BY JULY FIFTH. LIV ing room, bedroom, kitchen furniture. One month old. 2733-A Adams Street, Riverside Apts. ICE BOXES, OIL RANGES, STUDIO colich with sprkigs, dressers, kitchen cabinets, baby cribs. Batson Transfer. JUST RECEIVED: NEW SHIPMENT OF utility cabinets. H. Berger & Son Fur niture Co.. 707 No. 4th St. Dial 5128 FOR SALE: PRE-WAR DRESSER, BED spring and jacket heater 215 North 5th Street. SPECIAL! TWO WOODEN VENETIAN blinds, size 96 x 57 Jones Furniture Co.. 18 So. Front. WATERPROOF CARRIAGE, PLAY PEN and high chair pads. Pender Furni ture Co., 28 South Front St. 80.—Houses For Sale FOR SALE One 5 room brick bungalow and one 6 room frame house located in Colonial Village. These houses have hardwood floors throughout, tile baths, an oil heating unit, and an au tomatic gas hot water system. Both of these houses are to be freshly painted upon purchase. HINTON-SHEW REALTY CO. Lewis P. Hinton Richard A. Shew 213 Princess St. Dial 2-3734 --- SEVERAL HOUSES FOR SALE ON Carolina Beach. Early possession. Call 2491, Carolina Beach. Tucker Realty Co. 5 ROOM HOUSE, 4 ACRES OF LAND, Guernsey Cow. calf, 75 chickens for salfe or trade for larger farm, 5 1-2 miles on Carolina Beach Road. T. G. Motte. FOR SALE Middle Sound Large 6 room bungalow, 200 ft. water front, bathing, boat ing, fishing. Large live oak trees, cool and comfortable. Outbuildings, plum and pecan trees, good water, and best of all property is vacant and you can move in. Can assist buyer in financing property. Property fenced in. Also 809 Soutn ath Street 5 rooms and bath. Early possession. WADE REALTY CO. 509 SO 2ND ST.. 5 ROOM BUNGALOW, low price and good terms. H. F. Wild er. Phone 4932. FIVE ROOM HOUSE IN PINE GROVE owner being transferred. See A. C. Owen, Dial 9918. NEW ‘FIVE ROOM HOUSE: 9 NORTH Jackson, already financed. Immediate possession.. See J. B. Jones, 109 Wood lawn Ave, after 2:30 p.m. ATTRACTIVE SIX ROOM BUNGALOW, completely furnished. General elec tric refrigerator, all modern conven iences. 2 1-2 acres of land. Barns, chick en houses. Unfurnished if desired. Cheap for cash or can tie financed. See Fred Dosher Oakley Road. Cas * tie Haynes. 85 —Help 1 Wanted—Male MEN WANTED: STEADY WORK FOR now and post-war era Apply 323 No. 7th. » - - I I S5 —Help Wanted—31*1* WANTED: TWO BARBERS TO WORK at shipyard or Lake Forest Barbel Shops. Steady work for good men. Call 2-2359. G. T. Eubanks WANTED: EXPERIENCED FARM TRAC tor mechanics, good pay, permanent position for right man. Write to Box 472, Wilmington. LUMBER INSPECTOR OR MAN WITH general creosote plant experience for war essential permanent work. Unfur nished house available for satisfactory party. Must be steady and reliable. Write full details as to education, ex perience. and draft status to P. O. Box 553, Portsmouth, Virginia. WANTED: WHITE MARKERS AND sorters. Colored flatwork ironers. Shirt and pants pressers. Also hand ironers. Ideal Laundry, Front and Orange. WANTED: WHITE MAN TO OP ERATE EXTRACTOR- APPLY CAISON BROS- LAUNDRY, 13TH AND DAWSON. WANTED: TWO NIGHT WATCH MEN. AGE 18 TO 55. SALARY $25.00 TO - $40.00 A WEEK AC CORDING TO ABILITY: IF YOU HAVE A DRINKING RE CORD, PLEASE DON’T APPLY FOR THIS JOB. APPLY NICK’S MARKET. 5TH AND GREEN FIELD STREETS. WANTED: TWO INSURANCE MEN FOR permanent work. Apply 314 Tide Wa ter Building, Southern Dixie, Life In surance Co. WATCHMAKER WANTED BY LARGE RETAIL JEWELER OF COLUMBIA, S. C. GOOD START ING SALARY. EXCELLENT FRIENDLY WORKING CONDI TIONS. THINK OF YOUR FU TURE SECURITY. APPLY IM MEDIATELY. FRIEDMAN’S JEWELERS, 1436 MAIN ST. SHORT ORDER COOK WANTED AND two dish washers. Male or female. Ap ply Sanitary Cafe, 107 Grace. WANTED: TWO TIRE CHANGERS. ONE lubrication man, one car washer. Ap ply in person. Hughes Bros, corner 11th and Market. NOTICE TO WORKERS THE WAR MANPOWER COMMISSION’S Stabiliation Program restricts chang ing jobs locally and travelling to other areas for new Jobs. Workers in es sential activities should not apply for jobs advertised here. Check with the U. S. Employment Service office in your area before changing jobs. 90.—Help Wanted. Female WANTED: FIVE ATTRACTIVE^YOUNG ladies. Do you need money? Commis sion $15.00 daily and up. Apply Mr. Burns, Rembrandt Studio. 316 North Front St., Phone 7360. WANTED: EXPERIENCED. EFFICIENT kitchen manager. Big salary. Room, meals. Come for interview between 8 and 10 p.m. Ocean Terrace Hotel Cafe teria. Wrightsville Beach. EXPERIENCED, EFFICIENT SALAD room woman. Big salary. Room, meals. Come for interview between 8 and 10 p.m. Ocean Terrace Hotel Cafeteria, Wrightsville Beach. STATION OPERATOR WANTED: HIGH school graduate preferred. Permanent Wilmingtonian preferred. Snow White Laundry, 5th and Wright. YOUNG LADIES NEEDED IN PRINTING industry: Young ladies with a high school education, or its equivalent, you are needed in this most important and permanent industrty. There are several Drances of the trade to which young ladiee axe parti cularly adapted; namely: Hand Compo siticm. Linotype, Intertype. Presswork aid proofreading. The fundamentals of these trades can be learned within a reasonable length of time by an in tensive and modern course in a print ing trade school. Attractive payment plan for tuition. For complete information and free catalog, write the Southern School of Printing. Box 1187, Nashville (2) Tenn essee. MASSEUR. HOME-WORK. PLEASE write "YR”, care of Star-News. i WANTED: ALL DAY COOK. CALL DR. i R. H. Bellamy, 612 Princess St. Phone I 7345. WANTED IMMEDIATELY: WHITE housekeeper. Room and board. Good salary. Dial 7041. WANTED: WHITE GIRL TO WORK IN boarding house. Soldier’s wife accept ed. Room, board and salary. Dial 5711 or write “AB”, care of Star-News. WANTED: YOUNG LADY PROOFREAD er preferably experienced, but not ne cessary. Must be permanent resident, at least high school education and steady reliable worker. Good hours and pay, also permanent position if you qualify. Apply Jackson & Bell Company. WANTED: THREE GOOD MAIDS AND nurse for baby. $12.00 week. 314 No. 4th St. IE.—Insurance F. E LIVINGSTON & CO. Mutual Insurance Real Estate Wallace Bldg. Dial 6047 100. —Instruction PRIVATE TUTORING. ALL ELEMEN tary subjects. For appointment. Dial 2-8859. 101. —Jewelry Guaranteed Watch Repairing Guaranteed Service Wilmington Jewelry Shop 127 N. Front St., across from P. O. IDENTIFCATION BRACELETS. 24 KA rat. gold plate. $2.95. Name engraved free. Jewel Box. 102. — Laundry PICKUP AND DELIVERY SERVICE. Any part of city. Quality work. Cai son Bros. Laundry, 13th and Dawson. 104.—Loans. MONEY TO LOAN On Diamonds. Watches, Jewelry. Silverware, Men’s Clothing. Type writers Shotguns. Musical Instru ments and Anything ot Value FINXLESTEIN S LOAN OFFICE 'Wilmington’s Oldest and Largest” Front and Market Streets LOANS WILMINGTON FINANCE CO, 202 Murchison Bldg. 110.—Livestock. MILK GOATS AND KIDS FOR SALE— Phone 2-3107. 120.—Office Eqiupmeni. ADDING MACHINES, BOOKKEEPING machines, calculators Remington Rand, Inc., Sales and Service, 312 Southern Building. Phone 5851. 135. —Personal. WILL . MASSEUR WHO PLACED AD IN paper, about 2 months back, please write Box “RY”, care of Star-News. 136. —Poultry. BLOODTESTED BABY CHICKS. LEAD tng breeds, hatches twice weekly. Thousands on hand daily. Roudabush’s Seed Store. FOR SALE: DRESSED AND DRAWN poultry, in wholesale lots. Carolina Poultry Plant, Pinehurst, N. C. 130.—Radio and Repairs. ARCHIE’S RADIO SERVICE: OPIN DAY and evenings to 9 except Sunday. 706 Chestnut St. Dial 2-2569. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS 139.—Radio and Repairs. WE BUY. SELL. REPAIR AW ifTyp of radio. Hufham’a Radio Shop 817 No 3rd. Dial 5397. _ BLAKE BROS. Radios and Refrigerators Repair Service 520 CASTLE Dial 22790 RAGAN’S RADIO SERVICEt YISI WE can fix your radio and on# day ser vice. 722 No. 3rd Street. HOWARD RADIO CO. All Work Fully Guaranteed 1027 So. 3rd St.Phone 4826. 150.—Real Estate LIST YOUR REAL ESTATE WITH W. A. McGlrt, Realtor. 215 Princess St. FOR BEST BUYS IN SOUND FRONT age. Small farms, see W. R. Davia 114 Princess. Dial 6118. WE HAVE A FEW SMALL TRACTS OF land on Myrtle Grove Sound. Geo. A. Biddle, 238 Princess. Dial 6931 MOORE-FONVIELLE REALTY CO. WE are equipped to serve you. WE SELL THE EARTH: FOSTER-HILL Realty Co., 112 Princess St. Dial 2-3371 155.—Seeds—Plants—Bulbs. RICH SOIL FOR VICTORY GARDENS and shrubbery. $2.50 a load deliver ed. Phone 6083. SOY BEANS. FIELD PEAS. SUDAN grass, seed corn, insecticides, Spray ers. Dusters, fertilizers. Wood’s Seed Store. 317 No. Front St. quality seed We Specialize in the Seed; You Need CROSS SEED CO. iy Market St. Dial $863 VICTORY GARDEN SEEDsI PEAS. Beans, corn. mustard, turnip, etc. Fresh vegetable plants daily. Flower pots. fertilizers. insecticides. Most complete stocks in the state. Rouda bush’s Seed Store, Corner Front and Dock. 170.—Wanted WANTED: USED OR NEW REELS Sneeden's Cycle Co,, 11« Market St. WANTED TO RENT: 5 OR 6 ROOM house. Untarnished. Or lar£B"* apart ment. By business executive, perman ent resident. Dial 2_2886. WANTED COTTAGE ON WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH. 4 OR 5 WEEKS DUR ING JULY OR AUGUST. MISS LEEUWENBERG, 2-3311. WANTED : ALL PEOPLE SUFFERING kidney trouble or backbone to try "Kido” 97c. Money back guarantee at Saunders Drug Store or Brooklyn Pharmacy. WANTED Listings of property for sale anywhere in this vicinity. We have the clients — expert service. MARSHALL REALTY CO. 210 Princess St. Property Management, Sales, Rentals WANTED: 4 OR 5 ROOM FURNISHED apartment or house Mst. Sgt., wife and 2 children. Call 4851, Mrs. Norris. VOU WANT TO SELL YOUR PROPER ty to the best advantage, so see A. B. Walton Co., 128 Princess St. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY GROW YOUR VEGETABLES] Have an abundance of ration free food in jour own backyard. Fresh Seeds to Plant Now Garden Peas, Onion Sets, Tomato, Pepper, Eggplant, eollard turnip nuatard, kale, spinach, beets, carrots, , radish, cabbage, lettuce seed. etc. i Start the Spring garden Now. ! ROUDABUSH'S SEER STORE n South Front Dial M30 I 100% Essential Industry Wants Men General Foundry Work Opportunity To Be Trained For SKILLED JOBS No applicant, considered by this employer unless he has a Statement of Availability from his last employer or the United States Employment Service. A Company representative will be in our office to interview and hire on Friday and Saturday June 23rd and 24th TRANSPORTATION ADVANCED APPLY AT UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 519 Red Cross Street Window Display Wins Honorable Mention The window display of Sears Roebuck and Company pictured above was awarded honorable mention by the judges in the war bond window contest just completed here. R. Steart, store manager, said sales to date for the store had exceeded th store’s quota by 200 per cent ahd now totaled $31,050. Babson Optimistic On 5-Year Outlook By ROGER W- BABSON BABSON'PARK, Mass., June 30.—While I have built mv business on the long-pull outlook, I ordinarily confine my newspaper predictions to periods of not more than a year in advance. However in view of the very broad changes which are taking place in U. S.-business and political eco nomy, I now feel it advisable to look much further ahead. ne-negouauon in most instances' is not the wolf that most war pro ducers thought it would be. Re conversion to peacetime operations is, likewise, well in hand. While this may temporarily disrupt labor and interfer with profits, the change - over will be gradual and is already under way. It should not adversely affect business or the stock market. Hence, for the first few years after the formal ending of World War II, good business in most lines should be in order. Industrial activity and production during the postwar period should run about 50 per cent above pre war figures but will, of course, show a decrease from the peak of war production. This drop, how ever, is already being absorbed in many lines without fuss for the peak in war production was reach ed almost a year ago. National in come, represented by wages, rents, interest, dividends, etc., will prob ably average around $112,000,000 000 per year. This will support a large volume of business. Living costs may rise 25 per cent but if so those who now purchase well selected securities may perhaps get enough capital gains to offset increased living costs. New Building .. With a high level of national in come, plus accumulated savings, I cannot see anything except a very large volume of retail sales. Such sales have expanded greatly dur ing the war, but I believe in the postwar years that they may ex ceed in dollars their wartime peak. Plans for the renewal of automo bile production are being carefully worked out. A year or two after the war, production may approach 6.000.000 cars a year for two or three years. In addition, all sor* of household appliances, home fur nishings, automobile accessories and other hard goods, along with an abundance of soft goods, will be available. These all will be in great demand. I fully expect, in the decade aft er the war, to see close to 5,000,000 new hotnes built. This will natural ly be a great thing for both skilled and unskilled labor and should do much to keep up activity in the cement industries, which last will also benefit from our new road building program. Homes are cur rently in great demand and prices — particularly in suburban com munities — are expanding rapidly It looks very much as tvVuPh would experience a real building boom. This is likewise true of pro ductive real estate in general. 1773 617 cannot now say that the entire country will participate in a land boom, but Florida, the Southwest and California now seem headed in that direction. After the immediate ?nd inevi table readjustments which the end of the war will bring, businessmen should not be too much concerned with worrying over the following four years. Our real problem and task will be to determine how our coming prosperity can be extended after 1950, In the early 1950’s we will begin to see signs of distress. It will be much harder then for business to provide reasonably full employment within the limits of our free enterprise system. Furth ermore, the postwar inflation which many are now worrying about may take place at that time. We shall not always be able to depend upon Washington to main tain our property or to provide a solution to our economic problems. Beyond the pstwar decade, the future depends upon the character and education of our young people and upon the intelligent and far sighted guidance of us parents and grandparents. Yes, I am optimis tic for the next five years, but dur ing that period we should prepare for another era of declining real estate, bond, stock and commodity prices, accompanied by general unemployment after 1950. _v WORK STOPPAGE CANTON, O., June 30—UF>—Four divisions of Timken Roller Bear ing Co. were virtually shut down today as 9,000 of the 10,000 em ployes walked out in protest of what union leaders termed "a com-plete breakdown in labor re lations.” Company President Wil liam E. Umstead reported to the regional War Labor Board in Cleveland that approximately 9,000 workers were engaged in the work stoppage 170.—Wanted WANTED: LARGE CLEAN COT TON RAGS BRING TO PRESS ROOM STAR-NEWS. WANTED: WORKING COUPLE DE sires furnished 2-4 rooms apartment. Cali 2-8348. WANTED: RETURN LOAD FROM RA leigh, N. C., or points between. July 3rd. Reduced price. Batson Transfer. WANTED: FURNISHED HOUSE OR apartment, one 2-year old child. Through September. 4223. WANTED: SMALL FURNISHED APART ment for refined army officer and wife. Dial 9287. Mrs. Kaplan. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY CHILLED Watermelons RIPE BANANAS anj Plenty of Vanilla Waf ers All Day Sat. and Sun. Other Fruits CHERRIES, APPLES, PLUMS, PEACHES, GRAPES, CANTELOUPES PEARS VEGETABLES CELERY LETTUCE BUTTER BEANS CROWDER PEAS OKRA SNAP BEANS POLE BEANS TOMATOES Nick's Market 5th & Greenfield and Carolina Beach Road Phone 2-3609 Also have beer, wine, for sale Saturday. Coco-Colas, Pepsi Colas and fresh milk. Have you ordered your beer for tlft 4th. Place an order for a case to be delivered Monday. In quarts only. T J-fi ’ Master Sergeant Vaechel Met ford, 408 Vance street, Wilmington, is stationed at a United States Ar my Ordnance depot somewhere in North Ireland. It is supplying thou sands of items, from carbine fir ing pins to complete ready-to-fire 155MM howitzers, stocked and ready for issue to requisitions2 units. IN COAST GUARD M a n s el G. Bennett, seaman first class, son of the Rev. and Mrs. H. B. Ben nett, of Shalotte, entered the U. S. Coast Guard in June, 1943. After complet ing his training at Man hattan beach, N. C., he _ _j. 1. .. was sem 10 BENNETT Puerto Rico, where he is now stationed. IN HAWAII Frank Ellis, son of Mr. Ian# Mrs. Frank Ellis, of 6 East Queen street, has been stationed in the Hawaiian islands for the past few months. He enlisted in March, 1941, received training in Norfolk, Va., and was stationed at Anocostia, Washington, D. C., for two year*. He has the rating of *econd elas* petty officer. MP TRAINING Cpl. Edward C. Hanno, 307 Chest nut street, this week completed a four-week course in specialized training at the Military Police training center, at Barksdale Field, La., and was returned to his home station at Bluethenthal Field, Wil mington. AIR MEDAL The coveted Air Medal was re cently awarded to Second Lieut. William S. Holland, son of Mrs. Sarah M. Holland, of 1922 Ann street, for “meritorious achieve ment in aerial flight while parti cipating in sustained operations ac tivities against the enemy.” He is a navigator in a B-24 Liberator bomber group somewhere in Italy. He received his training at Sel man Field, Ala., navigation school. A graduate of New Hanover High school in 1940, Lieutenant Holland was a clerk in the ACL railroad purchasing department prior to en tering service in March, 1943. WILMINGTON MARINE : Assistant com munications of ficer for his Ma rine unit, War rant Officer Warren L. Dow, of 129 Sumter drive, Wilming i ton, took part in the invasion of ! C a p e Glouces DOW ter. ENDS BASIC FLYING Aviation Cadet Clyde J. Gurkin, 504 South Front street, was gradu ated recently at Shaw Field, Sum ter, S. C., where he was taking basic flying training and now has moved to an advanced school where he is scheduled to win his wings and commission. -V- / TVA, Power Company Agree On Land Deal ASHEVILLE, June 80.—(JP)—'The Tennessee valley authority and the Southern States Power company agreed today on the amount the TVA was to pay for 12,000 acres of land surrounding the Hiwassee dam development. - The litigants settled by compro mise a suit which had been In the courts since 1936. Exact amount to be paid by TVA to the power company was with held pending the signing of the judgement in federal court here, scheduled today. -v-; m Inner Tubes Ordered Off Rationing List WASHINGTON, June 80—IM— The Office of Price Administra tion today ordered the removal from rationing of all tire inner tubes, effective tomorrow. It also announced that a total of 3,900,000 new passenger car tires have been allocated for ra tioning in July and August, an increase of 50,000 tires in both months over the June quota. __ 'The Kid' Returns, Bat ifc’s Veteran Of Pacific Now HOLLYWOOD, June 30— “The Sid” is home today—a kid no longer but a 29-year-old veteran of the Burma cam paign, Flight Officer Jackie Coogan. The screen's former child actor was the first to land when glider-borne forces drop ped at night 10 miles behind Japanese lines in northern Burma. He was later awarded the Air Medal. Coogan said he will “visit my mother (Mrs. Arthur Bern stein), see some friends, have fun, and buy new uniforms— everything mildewed out there.” Coogan will report July 4 at troop carrier command head quarters Stout Field, Indiana polis, he said. He entered the service three years afe.