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O. ipt ,.,a display copy must be In Before 5 p m. dally and l £ °Sa'turday _—— '—cLASsin^u a , .Announcement* j^utomottve. j^.ChiroPraLtor‘ ,5;:B«wiier-stit,oner* U'lBuilde^ SUPP“®» JuiEnes* Opportunities .Business Service. 15.Business Sites jjCcieanera- -Dyer*. ji —clothing- . Coal- Wood-Fuel OIL 30.—Dairy Product*. 3!-Dancing. 33.—Dogs—Cst.»—Pet*. St-Dr^Cleaninf—Prentn*. ii—Eatables. 42 —Eating Pi*ee«. 45—Eiectricsl. 43.—Feeds. <9 -Financial. 50_Floor Finisher*. 51-Florist. 52.—For Rent. 53-For Rent at Resorta. 55*—For Rent-Apartment*. 60*—For Rent—Room*. 63-Room and Board. 65.—For Rent—Houae*. 70.—For Sale. 73-Hardware. 75.—Household Good*. SO.-Houses For Sale. 85-Help Wanted—Male. SO.—Help Wanted—Female. 95^-lnsu ranee. 100.-Instruction ]01.-Jewelry. 102.-Laundry. 104.—Loans. lOs-Lost and Fcubd. 110. —Livestock. 111. —Miscellaneoua. Ill—Machinery. 118.—Musie. 120. —Office Equipment 121. _-Office For Rent. 125.-Paint—Papering. 12v.—Plumping—Heating. 127.—Printing. 130..—ProfessionaL 135. —Personal. 136. —Poultry 139.—Radio and Repair*. 150.—Real Estate. 152.—Refrigeration Service. 155. —Seeds—Plants—Bulb*. 156. —Situations Wanted. 157. —Shoea 160. —Transfer and Storage. 161. --Typewriter*. 170.-Wanted. 11-Annouucements JESS L. WILLARD Construction Plans & Priorities 215 Kenwood Ave. Dial 6501 i - Automotive FOR SALE: 1940 CHEVROLET SPECIAL two door sedan Call 4643 after 4:00. WANTED TO BUY: GOOD CLEAN USED cars, all makes and models. C. H. Spooner, 9973. WE INSTALL SHATTER-PROOF GLASS in automobiles. Robert’s Auto Exchange. 519 So. 13th. iVE PAY ALL THAT OPA CEILING will permit for clean cars. MacMil lan Buick Co.. ,08 No. 2nd. Dial 9574. PASSENGER CAR TIRES "REPAIRED and recapped. Reid’s Tire Service, 216 Market St. Chevrolet, 01dsmobile~ Cadillac Sales and Service RANIY CHEVROLET CO. 4M Princess SL Dial MSI Defense Transportation, new or ex tended truck operations were virtual ly frozen last October. Prospective buyers of trucks listed for sale are urged for their own protection to check with the ODT before closing a *aie to ascertain whether gasoline will bfe authorized. passenger car tires recapped fn“ ^Paired. AKion Tire Company. .' North Third St IW FKICES PAID On All Used Cars. BARKER & FUTCH Next to Cape Fear Hotel CAS;H /°h ^our car. we buy and «u good used cars Howell Motor Co., J No. .ird St. “JL ?* LUXE FORD tudob sedan. brook CpTldnion. Wonderful tiree. Weit Brown Motor Co. A^®T‘0X FARMERS! YOU ARE u, ellS>hle for new truck* — See Machiner/'co. requirements- Marki l^/ropractor backACHE. NERVOUS ero mi' -V‘ary J Layton. 612 South Phone a-oisa. .'■-tiunaers supplies to°aTEM, insulati°N BOARD WILL raralor^I a,tUc into attractive and tea'or-K, lvmg space. Cost very -—_^°°le. Dial Becker’s 7761. ^ «°°F. BARRETT. EVERLOCK roof“ i' ktwo requirements for a good Wication r ‘°lk shingle- 2 expert ap ihinoi'..1' L ‘n °e applied over wooden ins r„ V h guarantee. Sharpe Roof -y-jj^bjfland, N, C. Phone 9120, lohCRETI: DELIVERED TO YOUR Panv™ ln ,ranslt s and G Com -Cjd Phone 6562. K2i&nSAS” DOORS, blinds, win Columntn .Frame*' Screen*. Turned bad / Cabinet*, Oldest. Besl Equlp Diai 5229 " Clty R°der1ck and Land. Fordl\„CuOV,ER YOUR HOUSE WITH 'hinsi.^,, .sllingles' Lock is made on ler tha«n0t nailed on. 30 pounds heav ier ! iny other lock shingle/ Mc --—^Lumber Co. Dial 4347. MSi CAN DRESS WELL. SAVE «t«in? pey on clothing bill at Flnkle ‘ Front and Market Sta. /—Uogs-^ats—Pets Kir,sS/LE' GIANT CHINCHILLAS —Jii/_r?.bbits, Call Jack 2-8761. li^tataDies” BWN/„ GROCERY choice cuts, eerie. «*»„ b"f and pork. Fancy Gro -*02 No. 4th St Dial 6563. - P^1 'T™ Your Next ~ / R * ® C R i p l i o N r,Pu* ^01 Vour Drug Needsl 40} Nn Brooklyn pharmacy ' Kn Dial 371 one SELLS FOR LESSI 45.—Electrical MASON ELECTRIC CO. ... „ Electric Contractor* 107 No. 3rd St. Dial 6783 ; t£.—Feeds . FULL O PEP MASHES QUAKER DA O' ration*, sugared Schumacher. Scratch Grains, Dog Food Babbitt Food. Goat Food. etc.. J. J. Allen and Son. Dial 5762. TUXEDO FEEDS The Feeder's silent Partner _CROSS SEED CO. 50.—Floor Finishers FLOOR LAYING. SANDING AND FIN ishing. We sell and install inlaid Lino leXim. in Wilmington more than twen* ty years. Sanding machines and edger* lor rent. M. L. Brothers and Son. 201 No. 11th St. Dial 4768. 51 —Florist CUT FLOWERS. POT PLANTS, COR «ges, funeral designs Quick deliveries, Blossom Shop. 31 So Front. Dial 6030. ROOM ATTD BOARD — $10.50 PER week. Board only—$7.00 per week. 15 Princess St. ROOM AND BOARD. 3 MINUTES OF main gate of shipyard. Also sleeping rooms. 810 Central Blvd. 70.—For Sale UINE KALAMAZOO MANDOLIN WITH case at Penley’s Body Shop, 16th and CaSTIe after ** p.m. USED BOOTHS AND TABLES, STOOLS chairs, scales, regis ers. C B. Stern berger Equipment Co., 1009 Princess. FOR SALE: HOUSE TRAILER: 1941 model, 21 ft. fully equipped, perfect condition. Thomas Salmon 2010 Prin cess St., Road. SELLING ALL TRAILERS. PRICE RE duced $150 to $235. 1941 and 1942 mo dels. Terms. 1-2 down. 2 pre-war stoves. Creech Trailer Sales, Carolina Beach Road. 5 FINE QUALITY RESTAURANT TA bles and booths. Value $300.00 for quick sale $50.00. Phone 4817 or 5113 week days. 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. VACUUM CLEANER PARTS TO FIT all makes and wringer rolls. A. O’Briant. 510 No. 4th. Dial 2-3562. ROACHES! ROACHES! KILL YOUR roaches with Shepard Roach Powder as thousands have. Ask them! 1 make a sure bed-bug killer, try it Joseph C. Shepard. 317 South Second. Dial 9456 NEW VENTILATING FANS DIRECT from factory. All steel-ball bearing. Dial 2-8015. BEAUTIFUL LEATHER P I C T U R E frames, ideal for service men. Nancy Wilma Shop, 112 No. 2nd. NU-ENAMEL FOR THE BEST JOB CN furni ure and house painting. No brush marks. One coat covers. Thompson Bi cycle Co., 7f'r* Castle. Dial 2-3061. U IN Gl-iAllViiiiJJ rijnLnjir,o Repaint Golf Balls --- $.75 Atwater Kent Radio—Cabi net Model. In A-l Condi tion _$37.50 Salt Water Reel & Rod & Line _$27.50 17 Jewel Waterproof and shockproof Men’s Wrist Watch with split second hand _$47.50 26 piece set of Silver with ivory handles in case_$15.95 Waltham pocket watch, 15 jewels _$12.95 Ladies Diamond Dinner ring, yellow gold_$27.50 Men’s 17 Jewel yellow' gold Hamilton wrist watch, with stretch band _$47.50 High Power French Binocu lars in case _$45.00 17 Jewel Bulova yellow gold wrist watch with stretch band _$29.50 Set silverware, service for 8 in chest _$39.50 National Cash Register ia A-l condition, rings from lc to $5.00 _ ..$120.00 Trumpet in case, gold fin ish _$24.50 Men’s Heavy Weight Wed ding bands, 14 carat_$12.95 'Princess ring, 19 blue white diamonds, platinum top, yellow gold _$325.00 20 Gauge Double Barrel L. C. Smith Shotgun with leather case _$75.00 Rex Electric Hawaiian Guitar with amplifier_$97.50 Odd lot of watches „ $2.95 to $7.95 FINKELSTEIN’S LOAN OFFICE WATER PROOF GLIDER MATE RIAL: $1.59 TO $2.98 YD- ED WIN J. FARRELLY AND CO.. 302 NORTH FRONT ST. SILEX COFFEE MAKERS CLOTH HAMPERS ALUMINUM ICE TRAYS B. F. GOODRICH STORES 14 NORTH THIRD ST. DIAL 7560 SALE: SLIP COVER AND DRAP ERY MATERIAL. 89c YD. ED WIN J. FARRELLY AND CO. 302 NORTH FRONT ST. 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 to repair your radio. Archie** 706 Chestnut St. Dial 2-2589. 75.—Household Goods JUST ARRIVED: A CARLOAD OF COIL bed springs, single and double, Caro lina Furniture Co., 617 No. Fourth. Dial 4048, SPENCER CORSETS AND BRASSIIERS designed. Mrs. Ramseur, 2019 Creasy Avenue. Dial 6214. ELECTRIC PEPSI COLA DRINK. ELEC tric hot plates. $2.00; Safes, all sizes; one electric milk shake machine; Ho bart meat slicers and grinders; gas grills; large fruit juicers; one Bruns wick-Balke draft beer bar; large en amel pots. L. F. Sollee, 902 Princess, JUST RECEIVED: GLIDER CUSHIONS in sets, also hassocks. All in leatherette covering. Sutton Ciuncil Furniture Co. JUST RECEIVED! SHIPMENT OF PRE war floor lamps. Peoples Furniture Co. JUST RECEIVED: COMPLETE LINE OF living room suites. Peoples Furniture Co.. 257 No. Front St. WE BUY AND SELL USED FURNI turi H. Evansen Furniture Exchange. 716 Castle. Dial 2-3809. SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION OF chilfarobes and wardrobes. Home Fur niture Co., 23 Market St. SINGLE BED INNERSPRING MATTRESSES. $24.00 FELT MATTRESS- $27.00. H. BERGER AND SON FURNITURE CO., 707 NO. 4TH ST. DIAL 5128. ATTRACTIVE DAVENPORT COFFEE table, hassock; chest of drawers day bed. baby walker. Dial 2-1005. 75.—Household Goods SPECIAL ! ! ! 25 PER CENT REDUC tion on all ice boxes. Carolina Furm ture Cot> 617 North 4th St. Dial 40|8. SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION OF baby carriages, cribs, high chairs, and rockers. Home Furniture Co., 23 Mar ket. COME IN AND SEE OUR COMPLETE line of porch sets and porch swings. Carolina Furniture Co 617 No Fourth Dial 4048. JUST RECEIVED: SHIPMENT OF 3 burner Boss oil stoves. Home Furni ture Co., 23 Market. JUST RECEIVED: STUDIO COUCHES with springs. $37.50 Sam Lande Furni ture Co., 621 North 4th St. JUST ARRIVED: LakGI SELECTION of living room furniture with spring construction. Home Furniture Co.. 23 Market St. CLOSE OUT ON ODD PIECES. DRES sers and vanity dressers, Jones Fur niture Co., 18 So. Front Street. GOOD SELECTION OF SPRING FILL ed living room furniture, now on sale. Sutton Council Furniture Co. JUST RECEIVED! SHIPMENT OF BA by's auto seats and canvas swings. Kosch Furniture Co.. 6th and Castle. REASONABLY PRICED MAPLE. RED and black trim, breakfast room suites. Terms. Railroad Salvage. 603 Castle. Dial 2-3626. ICE BOXES, on. RANGES. STUDIO couch with springs, 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 PORCH SWINGS WITH CHAIRS, 3 piece porch sets. Jones Furniture Co., 18 So. Front. _ 22 AND 35 PIECE HAND PAINTED dinner sets. Attractive patterns. Pen der Furniture Co., 28 South Front St. FOR SALE: USED MAGIC CHEF GAS range and Calonic conservation coal s*ove. both in good condition. 18 Wrightsville Ave. GLIDERS AND FOLDING DECK AND lawn chairs you have been waiting for. The Wilmington Furniture Co. “The Old Reliable." JUST RECEIVED: SHIPMENT OF GLID er cushions. Peoples Furniture Co.. 257 North Front St. JUST RECEIVED: COMPLETE LINE OF living room suites. Peoples Furniture Co.. 257 No. Front St. N E W SHIPMENT: UNFINISHED chests-of-drawers. with legs, 5 draw ers. Castle Street Furniture Company. WE STILL HAVE A~ FEW WHITE Mountain lee boxes. Sellers Furniture Co. Dial 7535. 911 No. 4th St. SPECIAL: METAL FOOT LOCKERS $2.00 each. Carolina Furniture Co.. *17 North 4th. Dial 4048._ 80.— 'ouses For Sale FOR SALE: 3505 MARKET ST.. 13 rooms, 2 baths, wide frontage on Mar ket St Wonderful possibilities for tourist home, cabin location, or busi _-ip^tmi RpoHv fn . Phone 2-, 3371.__ FOR SALE 9 NORTH TYLER ST. SUNSET PARK The most attractive offering in this section. Five rooms in the very best condition. Automatic gas water heater, oil floor furnace. All shades and curtain rods go with house, and a Magic Chef gas range good as new. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. FOSTER-HILL REALTY CO. Wm. M. Hill, Pres. • Salesmen Edw. B. Ward B. H. Bryan L. E. Allen J. H. Irving 105 CHURCH ST. 2 STORK 6 ROOM dwelling. Out of town owner asks us to submit offe.. H. F. Wilder. Phone 4932,_ FOR SALE CAROLINA BEACH 4 rooms and bath. Lot 62 1-2 x 100. $1800.00. 5 rooms and bath. Corner 62 1-2 x 100. Newly painted, hot water. Near school. $3,000.00. Ocean front. 6 rooms. Excel lent condition. Reasonably priced. 5 modern apartments. Very small down payment. Good income. 3 apartments. Nice investment. « 13 Apts. Real value. Ocean front apts. Second block, north. Better investigate. we nave vi rooms ana zi barns. 2 lots on secona row. Excel lent rooming house. Furnish ed. Unusual opportunity. 2 adjacent ocean front lots, also 2 adjacent second row lots. Close in. TUCKER REAL ESTATE Phone 2497 Carolina Beach 204 N. 6TH. ST.: 2 FAMILY HOME OF 8 rooms and 2 baths. Close to schools and downtown section. Good condition. Terms. H. F. Wilder. Realtor Phone 4932. IDEAL VACATION CABIN ON MBD dle Sound; right on water close to inland water way; good fishing, new house, well furnished. Water works in stalled. Foster-Hill Realty Co. FOR SALE 1807 Carolina Beach Road; Furnished or unfurnished. Two bedrooms, living room, kitchen, bath, electric hot water, exhaust fan, oil cir culator, large lot and gar age. 105 South Washington St., Sun set Park; 6 rooms and bath. New. Immediate possession. 2108 Brandon Road, Princess Place; 6 rooms, oil circula tor, gas stove and gas water heater. 1406 Grace St.; 5 rooms. Pos session Aug. 1. 2116 Park Road, 5 Rooms, Re decorated, Immediate pos session. 210 Castle St. 5 Room bunga low. 112 South Jackson St. Sunset Park. 6 Rooms. MARSHALL REALTY CO. K. B. Marshall—E. L. Strickland 210 Princess St. % SO—House* For Sale FOR SALE: 5 ACRES LAND, 3 MILES out of Wilmington, right on highway. Priced right. Tucker Real Estate Co., Phone 2497, Carolina Beach. SEVERAL HOUSES FOR SALE ON Carolina Beach. Early possession. Call 2491, Carolina Beach. Tucker Realty Co. WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH $6,500.00 Buys 202 South Lumina Avenue A very convenient six room cottage completely furnish ed. Rooms consist of: living room, dining room, kitchen, butler’s pantry, two bed rooms and bath. Large porch around three sides of house. Showers underneath. A very deslrbale location being near Station One. A home you would really enjoy owning. CALL US IMMEDIATELY! | $7,700.00 BUYS 825 South Lumina Avenue An attractive seven room cot tage overlooking the ocean. Rooms consist of: living room and dinette combined, four bed rooms, breakfast room, kitchen, complete bath. Situated on a large lot running from the Highway to the high water mark in ocean, with an additional lot adjoining. Lots alone are well worth $5,000.00. A buy you cannot afford to miss. See Us For Further Details. MOORE-FONVIELLE REALTY COMPANY “REALTORS” 201 Princess Street or Dial 4438—4439 W. A. Fonvielle, Pres. W. D. Jones, Sec.-Treas. Salesmen Louis O. Fonvielle Waddell Watters FOR SALE Carolina Beach Road 5 acres. 4 rooms & bath. Splendid condition. Priced right. WM. R. pAVIS 114 Princess Dial 6118 FOR SALE : X00 acres, 18 acres cleared. Mile of Creek frontage. Bar gain at $30.00 per acre. WM. R. DAVIS 114 Princess Dial 8118 85 —Help Wanted—Male NOTICE TO EMPLOYERS AND WORKERS All workers, male and female, must be hired under provision of the War Manpower Commission’s Employment Stabilization Program. Under the new Priorities Referral Plan, all male workers and all in-migrant female workers, must be hired through the local U. S. Employment Service offices. Railroad Employees Urgently Needed At Once Essential Work BLACKSMITHS BOILERMAKERS BRAKEMEN CARMEN ELECTRICIANS LABORERS (All Kinds) MACHINISTS RODMEN Apply to Representative of the U. S. RAILROAD RETIREMENT . BOARD At the Office of the United States Employment Service 113 Grace Street Wilmington, N. C. on July 24, 25 and 26, 1944 Persons now engaged in es sential work at their highest skill need not apply. MAN WANTED FOR INSIDE FURNI ture store work. To act as floor sales man and manager. Good proposition for a good man H. Berger and Son, 707 No. 4th Street. WANTED: EXPERIENCED FARM TRAC tor mechanics, good pay, permanent position for right man. Writ* to Box 472, Wilmington. WANTED IMMEDIATELY: WASH AND grease man, capable of greasing heavy equipment, good pay and hours. Apply Queen City Coach Co., Garage, 219 Cowan. HELP WANTED: HELP OF ALL KINDS. Ideal Grill No. 4th St at City Whole sale market opening next week. We of fer a good proposition for reliable, ef ficient help both men and women. Ap ply in person Sunday to E. S. Knott 512 No 3rd St, next week at Ideal Grill. ____ 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: TWO TIRE CHANGERS, ONE lubrication man, one car washer. Ap ply in person. Hughes Bros, corner Uth and Market. WANTED: WHITE MARKERS AND sorters. Colored flatwork ironers. Shirt and pants pressers. Also hand ironers. Ideal Laundry, Front and Orange. *•5—Help Wanted—Male WANTED: EXFEKENCED DRVERS PCS log trucks. Bryant Lumber Co. WANTED: TWO MEN OVER 45 AS news agents. Coasi Line Depot News stand. 90.—Help Wanted Female WANTED: WOMEN TO MANAGE POST Exchange cafeterias. Must be familiar with food production, food cost con trol. and capable of handling white, and colored civilian employees. Quarters furnished on post if desired. Attractive wages for persons qualifying. Apply . to Camp Davis Exchange Camp Davis, North Carolina. All applicants must bring statements of availability from . nearest employment office. WANTED: YOUNG LADY. $20.00 WEEK. MEALS UNIFORMS. NO SUNDAYS. H AND W CAFE TERIA, SALESLADY WANTED IN COAT AND dress department: Steady position, high salary paid. Only experienced Wilmingtonian need apply. Crawford’s. YOUNG LADY AS LRUG CLERK. AP ply Saunder’s. 108 North Fron\ WANTED: COLORED HELP IN KITCH en. Apply in person U. S. A. Restaur ant, 119 Market. ' SALESLADY WANTED FOR LADY’S apparel department store Apply Wahl’s 214 No. Front. WANTED: COLORED GIRL FOR LIGHT housework duties. Apply 215 Virginia Ave. Riverside Apartments. GIRL FOR OFFICE WORK. EXPERI ence unnecessary. High school educa tion required. Permanent resident. Ap ply Caison Bros. Laundry 13th arid Dawson. 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 ladies are parti cularly adapted; namely: Hand Compo sition, Linotype. Intertype. Presswork and 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. tffc.—Insurance F.E LIVINGSTON & CO. ' Mutual insurance Real Estate Wallace Bldg. Dial 6047 101. —Jewelry Guaranteed Watch Repairing Guaranteed Service Wilmington Jewelry Shop 127 N. Front St., across from P. O. 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 ol Value FINXLESTEINS LOAN OFFICE 'Wilmington's Oldest and Largest” Front and Market Streets 105.—Lost and Found LOST: "A" AND "C” GAS RATION cards. R. H. Lewis, Telephone 7188. LOST: BROWN LEATHER BILLFOLD, “A” and “B” gas hooks drivers li cense, registration card, etc. C. M. Freeman. Maffitt Village. Dial 4218. LOST: BROWN LEATHER BILL FOLD. “A” and “B” gas books, driver’s- li cense, registration card, etc. M. D. Lewis, 520 So. 3rd. Dial 4218. LOST: “A” AND "C” GAS RATION hooks. A, G. Brinson, Wallace. Return to welding department of A. G. Brin son, check No. 78501. Reward. LOST — BLACK BILLFOLD SAT urday afternoon at bus station. Contained $33.00 and identifica tion cards. Return to Star-News Composing Room for reward. 110.—Livestock. FRESH MILCH COW WITH CALF FOR sale. T. Mazur. Castle Haynes. FOR SALE: AT SACRIFICE: 3 FRENCH Alpine goats. Sired by Hope Crest and Lee Poiler, No. 69850. See Jack Watkins, behind Old Sunset Park School Bldg., on Carolina Beach Road PIGS AND BROOD SOWS FOR SALE. Jackie's Creek. Rt. 17. Brunswick County, Rt. 1, Leland. William A. Jor dan. 118.—Music. JllST RECEIVED: SHIPMENT OF pianos — spinets — Grand and Up right. A. H. Yopp Piano Co., 209 Prin cess Street. 125.—Paint— Papering. FOR EXPERT PAPER HANGING. DIAL 2-8650. F. L. Casteen. Estimates free. 1 :6.— Poultry BLOODTFSTED BABY CHICKS. LEAD ing breeds, hatches twice weekly Thousands on hand daily. Roudabush's Seed Store. _ 139,—Radio and Repairs. ARCHIE’S RADIO SERVICE: OPEN DAY and evenings to 9 except Sunday. 706 Chestnut St. Dial 2-2569 WE BUY. SELL. REPAIR ANY KIND of radio. Hufham’s Radio Shop. 817 No. 3rd. Dial 5397. — BLAKE BROS. Radios and Refrigeration Repair Service 520 CASTLE Dial 22790 RAGAN'S RADIO SERVICE! YES! WE can fix your radio and on* day aer Vlce. 722 No. 3rd Street.__ HOWARD RADIO CO. All Work Fully Guaranteed 1027 So, 3rd St._Phone 4026. 150.—Rea! Estate _ LIST YOUR REAL ESTATE WITH W. A. McGirt, Realtor. 215 Princess St. WE HAVE A FEW SMALL TRACTS OF land on Myrtle Grove Sound. Geo. A. Biddle. 238 Princess. Dial 6931 MOORE-FONVIELLK REALTY CO. WE are equipped to se-ve you. WE SELL THE EARTH: FOSTER-HILL Realty Co.. 112 Princess St. Dial 2-3371 W. M. HEWLETT. REALTOR. LIST your property with us. 214 Princess St., Dial 7138 _ WANT TO SELL? CASH FOR YOUR property. Wm, R. Davis, 114 Princess St., Dial 6118, 155.—Seeds—Plants—Bulbs. HOLLYBROOK POULTRY FEED scratch feed, with com. Wood’s Seed Store, Dial 4620. RICH SOIL FOR VICTORY GARDENS and shrubbery. $2.50 a load deliver ed. Phone 6083. VICTORY GARDEN SEEDS: PEAS, Beans, com. mustard, turnip, etc. Fresh vegetable planti daily. Flower pots. fertilizers. Insecticides. Most complete stocks in the state. Rouda bush’s Seed Store, Corner Front and Dock. QUALITY SEED ~ We Specialize in the Seeds You Need CROSS SEED CO. 17 Market St Dial «8 155. —Seeds—Plants—Bulbs. SEED POTATOES For Fall Planting: Choice unsprout, ed, Irish cobblers from cold storage. T. W. WOOD & SONS 156. —Situations Wanted. STENOGRAPHIC POSITION WANTED by Wilmington girl, now employed, but good reason for change. A-l ref erences and release from present em ployer. Graduate of Commercial De partment, Womens Colle’ge, Greens boro. Address "Stenographer,’ care of Star-News. PRACTICAL NURSE WOULD LIKE DAY or night work. Phone 2-1845. 170.—Wanted WANTED IMMEDIATELY: COPY. OF NEWS, JUNE 23. CIRCULA TION DEPT., STAR-NEWS. LIEUTENANT AND WIFE WOULD LIKE to rent furnished apartment or house from August 9-30 N° children. Please write: Mrs. Robert Munger 3815 East view, West Palm Beach, Florida. WANTED; ALL PEOPLE SUFFERING kidney trouble or backbone to try “Kido” 97c. Money back guarantee at Saunders Drug Store or Brooklyn Pharmacy. rV AIN L EjU. US JLU Lj\J lVlDH^n, IXVULft AINU trailer in good condition. Dial 9421. iVE PURCHASE ALL MAKE SEWING machines. Singer Sewing Machine Co. 304 No. Front St. Dial 5526. iV ANTED: BOARD AND ROQM FOR elderly lady, preferably in private family at Wrightsville Beach. Address “H. E. J.”. care cf Star-News. YOV WANT TO SELL YOUR PROPER, ty to the best advantage, so see A. B. Walton Co.. 128 Princess St. 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 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY MONEYACCORDS TEST INTENTIONS BY THOMAS HAGENBUCH Associated Press Financial Editor BRETTON WOODS, N. H., July 23—(4V—The agreements readied at the United Nations monetary conference were describd tonight by Secretary of the Treasury Mor genthau as a ' vital test of our intentions” for the future. “We are at a crossroads, and we must go one way or the other.” eh declared at the final plenary session of the conference at which proposals for an international monetary funda nd a bank for re construction and development were signed. “The conference at Bretton Woods has erected a sign post — a sign post pointing down a high way broad enough for all men to walk in step and side by side. If they all set out together, there is nothing on eailh that need stop them.” Morgenthau spoke as President of the conference whose delegates, representing 44 Unitd and assoc 1AA WANTED: LISTING OF CITY. SUBUR ban and beach property for sale. We have the clients. What have you to offer. J. L. Baldwin 217 Princess St. WANTED: APARTMENT. FURNISHED or unfurnished for family of three. WANTED—USED TRUNK. MUST | be' in good condition. Dial 4589. WANTED: GOOD TWO WHEEL THAIL er lor automobile. Cash. Address A. T. Morris, P O. Box 1326. Wilmington, N.C. _ CLASSIFIED DISPLAY t" ■— ■ .— i VISIT AUTO LOANS TAYLOR’S GIFT SHOP Any Make — Any Model . . . . Drive in to Borrow or Pay Located at taylor’s esso station Cofer Motor Finance Co. 3rd and Red Cross Back ot Cape Fear Hotel __ FORD MERCURY | BEAR ALIGNMENT Wheel Frame Service Lincoln Zephyr—Used Cars MAUDLIN MOTOR COMPANY 217 Market Street Wilmington, N. C. — — NEW CROP SEED Rutabaga-Turnip Mustard - Broccoli Cold Storage Seed Potatoes Wood’s Seed Store T W. WOOD & SON 317 N. Front St. Dial 4620 CREECH’S FINAL TRAILER SALES SELLING OUT!!! HOUSE TRAILERS — CHEAP! AU trailers off $150 to $235. Terms Vt down. Will sell all, including Vi ton truck and car to one buyer for only $13,000.00. Five-room house and bath, two lots. Also, Pre Way cook stoves, light cords, hose chairs, etc. Terms. ON CAROLINA BEACH ROAD All- WASHED UP' ,6 „ Whether the other generals of Hitler’s armies miss the next time or not, Hitler is all washed up, just as you see. Buy More Bonds and Bring That Unconditional Surrender and Peace Soon 20.000 POUNDS RIPE BANANAS Come, pick out any hand, or several hands from any bunch or bunches you wish. Our clerks have been in structed to serve you anything you want, that we have, no restrictions. We Have A Few Canning Peaches Left AT NICKS MARKETS CAROLINA BEACH ROAD and FIFTH and GREENFIELD (Owned and operated by Nicholas Saleeby) __ ■ - - -. — Dr. I. G. Greer (shown above) of Thomasville, superintendent of Mills Home of the Baptist Orphan age, will preach the ordination ser mon for two new Lake Waccamaw Baptist church deacons, A. F. Gold ston and Walter Burney, at 8:30 o’clock tonight. Election of the two new deacons was required because of the membership growth of the church, Dr. E. E. Ulrich, pastor, explained, and not because of the expiration of terms of old deacons. The new additions to the board were elected by the church con gregation Easter Sunday. U. S. WILL SELL SOMEM) RTY WASHINGTON, July 23—iJI-Tht government will follow a policy of selling its surplus real estate in family-size parcels and to farm purchasers who will cultivate the land themselves, W. L. Clayton, Surplus War Property administra tor, announced today. The statement replied in part to criticism of the surplus farm land disposal program by Jamee G. Patton, president of the Na tional Farmers union. Patton in a statement two weeks ago opposed assignment of the sales job to the Reconstruction Finance corporation, predicting domination of the disposal pro gram by the National Association of Real Estate Boards and further control of agriculture by big in terests. The government has acquired large acreages of land for war purposes which it will not need when hostilities end. Clayton, in an outline of gen eral policies to be followed by the RFC on real estate other than in dustrial property, set forth these additional objectives: To sell as promptly as possible at current values without undue disruption of the market; To sell outright, reserving the right of government recapture only if national defense requires; To give former owners an op portunity to repurchase their land at current market values; And to avoid sales to specula tors or persons planning to com bine small tracts into large ones for speculative purposes. Clayton said all land would be appraised by “experienced and disinterested men’’ usually drawn from the local community. “Ag ricultural and other rural land may be re-plotted into economic units,” he said, but it is not plan ned that city or suburban land i would ordinarily be so treated, i The Surplus Property chief said that wherever if is held to be ad visable that land be subdivided to bring .about a satisfactory dispo sal. the subdivision will be done without resard to the size of the orisinal tract. “Emphasis is placed upon the need of exercising every effort to find buyers who will ..themselves buy and use the property,” Clay ton added. “To this end. surnlus agricultural land will be sold in ■family-sized farms.” . iated nations, gathered here three weeks ago to work out plans for lae fund and the bank. The documents signed tonight will now be put before the various nations for approval by their legis lative bodies. The final plan for the monetary fund was made public today. It contained nothing of importance tnat had not been previously an nounced. The bank document will up made public tomorrow. Secretary Morgenthau, hailing the success of the conference, said: “The actual details of an inter national monetary anf financial agreement may seem mysterious to the general public. Yet at the heart of it lie the most elemntary bread and butter realities of daily life. What we have done here in Ilretton woods is to devise machin ery by which men and women everywhere can freely exchange, on a fair and stable basis, the goods which they produce through their labor. And we have taken the initial steps through which te nations of the world will be able to help one another in economic development to their mutual ad vantage and for the enrichment of all.” -V Three thousand tanks and 90,000 O'her types of motor vehicles, in cliiding tank destroyers, trucks and jeeps, were sent to Allied forces during ihe first three months of 1944. -V Chloropicrin, the tear gas of World War I, has been found a good preventive of eelworm dam age to several crops.