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CL*BB,r -
, announcement*.
•-Automotive.
3_Chiropr»ctor.
/.^’^iera-Stationer..
-Builder*.
in' -Builders SupplI"
u_Buisness Opportunities,
i -Business Service.
11 ..Business Sites
35-Cleaners Dyer*.
“icffif-Wood-ruel oa
30—Dairy Product*.
33-Dancing.
33—Dogs—Cat*—Pet*.
il lD™8Cle»nln*—PreetatMt
41—Eatable*.
43-Eating Place*.
45—Electrical.
41—Feedi.
4S—Financi*l.
50 —Floor Finisher*.
Sl-Florlit
51—For Bent.
53—For Bent *t Reaorta.
55 —For Rent—Apartment*.
JO—For Rent-Room*.
43 -Room and Board.
45-For Rent—Houae*.
70—For Sale.
13—Hardware.
15—Household Good*.
30—Houses For Sale.
35-Help Wanted—Male.
30-Help Wanted—Female.
35.—Insurance.
100—Instruction
101. —Jewelry.
102. -Laundry.
104—Loam.
10.’ —Lost and Found.
110— Livestock.
111— Miscellaneous
112— Machinery.
118—Music.
120—Office Equipment.
J21_Office For Rent
125.-Paint-Papering.
12.—Plumping—Heating.
127—Printing.
130..—Professional
135—Personal
130—Poultry
139—Radio and Repair*.
150_Real Estate.
152.—Refrigeration Service.
155. —Seeds—Plants—Bulb*.
156. —Situations Wanted.
157. —Shoes
160. —'Transfer and Storage.
161. --Typewriter*
170.—Wanted.
—'Announcements
PLANS, PRIORITIES, CONTRACTING
Estimates—Repairs—Insulation
3. L Willard Dial 6501
IUT3IDE PARTY FISHING BOAT *‘LU
la", Wrightsville Beach, 5th pier fron
stop light Leaves daily 8-12, 4:30. Dia
2-1015.
' -ulUiuoLVe
942 PANEL BODY DODGE TRUCK.
Good condition, good tires. See Alfred
Thompson. 304-A, Davie Drive, Maffitt
Village—after 4 p.m.
'OR SALE: 1940 DE LUXE DODGE M(h
tor, completely overhauled. $770. Can
be seen at 513 South 7th Street. Phone
2-8518.
^PLYMOUTH, 4 DOOR SEDAN.
Bargain price. Nathan's 22 So. Front.
SPECIALIZE IN WASHING, POL*
ishing, simonize and greasing automo
bile. Also light repairs. Give us one
trial and we please you. Anco Service
Station, 104 Walnut St., between Wil
mington Hotel and bus station Phone
9170. W E. Spooner Mgr.
VANTED TO BUY: SOME GOOD 193S
1940 and 1941 Fords and Chevrolets,
Will pay ceiling prices. Call C. II.
Spooner. 9973.
OR SALE: 1941 BUICK 4 DOOR SE
dan Perfect condition, cheap for cash.
See Madam Dean, the palmist. 332C
Marke. St. Road. Bus stops at door.
'ANTED TO BUY: GOOD CLEAN USED
cars, all makes and models C. H.
Spooner. 9973.
INSTALL SHA1 TER-PROOF GLASS
m automobiles. Robert's Auto Exchange.
JW So. 13th.
•E PAY ALL TlaT OPa” CEILING
wil permit for clean cars. MacMil
Jlan Buick Co.. .03 No. 2nd. Dial 9574.
Passenger car tires repairee
*nd recapped. Reid’s Tire Service, 21i
Market St.
Chevrolet. Oldsrrobile, Cadillac
! Salea and Service
RANEY CHEVROLET CO.
J" Princess St Dial Ntl
Defense Transportation, new or ex
j<naed truck operations were virtual
{*, ,frozen l*»t October. Prospective
0/ trucks listed tor sale aw
kk . tor their own protection, to
2?* wnh the ODT before closlni a
. * to wcertain whether gasoline wll
Authorized.
p«5!NGER CAE TIRES RICAPPEI
1 « A.Cron Tlra Company
^ Mrtti Third St
| TOP PRICES PAID
On All Used Cars.
barker & futch
'"ext to Cape Fear Hotel
^OUR CAR. WE BUY ANI
i nJ °? u,ed Mrs. Howell Motor Co.
st.
*2'NT!0?i FARMERS! YOU AR!
m ,*1*lble tor new trucks — Sei
Mjrhi-' your requirements. Mark
^ornery Qc.
,0ChevM.^; °NE 1937 1-2 TON PANEI
lion t „truc^- Motor in good condi
*—!^Jiardeman, Castle Hayne Road
j^i^opraao, '
BACKACHE. NERVOUS
em M,r> J Layton. 812 South
-Phone 1-0188.
Supplies
rordULC°vER YOUR HOUSE WITI
ihin,,, „ shingles. Lock Is made oi
lit th,.not "ailed on. 30 pounds heav
Iver I,? ?ny other lock shingle. Me
jj~—t^ber Co, Dial <347._
JJ?'' nSASIi DOORS, BLINDS, WIN
Column,” Frames, Screens. 'Turn*
Pid ShA Cabinets, Oldest. Best Equip
bin 5228 ” Clty Roderick end Lent
SS*S«: delivered to YOU1
ftinv ,n S and O Com
6562.
shlnsi*Ro,OF- ba’rrett. everloci
foof f l. '° requirement* for a goo
Wicition r l0Cuk shin*lc- 2 export *l
ihineu. \ r*0 oe applied over woode
ing rn V*h guarantee. Sharpe RooJ
0l Leland, N. C. Phone 9120.
f
12.—Building Supplies
I LUCAS QUALITY PAINT—THERE IE
1 no better material to protect youi
l home investment dgainst weather wear,
s Save with Lucas Paint. Dial Becker's
t 7761.
-3.—Business Opportunities
WANTED TO COLLABORATE *WITH
party able to write music. Have songs
already formed. Will be partnership on
i royalties 50x50. Will furnish copyright.
Write "M” care Star-News.
I '4.—Business Service
! WE po ROOFING, ASBESTOS SIDING,
cf, i,n.et making and carpenter work of
i „ kinds. Warren and Wflliamson. Dial
2-0129. Free estimates.
-2 —t Inlhinr
' MKN! YOU CAN DRESS WELL SAVE
real money on clothing bill at Flnkle
ateln's. Front and Market St*.
41.—Eatabtes
BROWN’S GROCERY CHOICE CUTS
lamb veal beef and pork. Fancy Gro
1 eerie*. 802 No. 4th St Dial S5U
35.—Drugs "
Let Is Fill Your Next
»R CSCRJPTION
See U» For Your Drug Needal
BROOKLYN PHARMACY
N£„4t*L Dial S7»
NO ONE SELLS FOR LESSI
45.—Electrical
MASON~ELECTRIC CO. ’
Electric Contractors
107 No. 3rd St. Dial 6783
48.—Feeds
FULL O PEP MASHES QUAKER DA
ty rations. sugared Schumacher.
Scratch Grains, Dog Food Babbitt
Food. Goat Food. etc. J. J. Allen and
Soil Dial 57*9
TUXEDO FEEDS
The Feeder's silent Partner
_CROSS SEED CO.
50.—Floor Finishers
FLOOR LAVING. SANDING AND FIN
iihing We sell and install inlaid Lino
leum. in Wl‘mington more than twen
ty yeara. Sanding machines and edgera
for rent. 64. L. Brothers and Son 201
No. 11th St Dial 47SA_
51 —Florist —
CUT FLOWERS. POT PLANTS, COR
nges, funeral designs Quick deliveries
Blossom Shop. 21 So Front. Dial <030.
55.—For Rent—Apartments
FOR RENT: FURNISHED GARAGE
apartment, modern conveniences. Route 2,
Box 194, Masonborp. C. O. Lossen.
60.—For Rent—Rooms
FOR RENT: TWO FURNISHED ~BED
rooms, rent one or both. Good residen
tial section. Apply P. o. Box 1113.
FOR RENT: SMALL ROOM TO ONE
person. S13.00 per month. 513 Chestnut
Mrs. E. L. Ratcliffe
FOR RENT: NICELY FURNfsHED~BEF
room. next to bath to refined sober
person or business couple Dial 4503.
ROOM AND BOARD TO MEN. MEALS
to couples. 911 Market St
FURNISHED BEDROOM FOR RENT
Phone 2-8630.
ROOM AND BOARD. 818 SO 6th~STr"
PRIVATE ROOM WITH BATH. ARMY
officer or business girl preferred. Dial
4260.
6?-—Room and Board
ROOM AND BOARD — tHhio PER
week. Board only—J7.00 per week. 15
Princess St.
65.—For Rent—Houses
ATTRACTIVELY FUENIS HED
HOME ON HARBOR ISLAND
FOR RENT. PHONE 8899,
WRIGHTSVILLE.
TO.—For Sale
Tnft CAT IT* DrnDnruT r tvtat/" n/Srun
breakfast sets 24 Jackson Drive. Phone
2-8352.
FOR SALE: ONE DOUBLE-BARRELED
twelve guage RANGER shot gun, 28
inch barrel, new condition. See L. F.
Duke, 14 North 3rd St., or Phone 2-2202,
FOR SALE: ONE PREWAR MAN’S
bicycle, new paint, many new parts.
BARGAIN. See L. F. Duke, 14 North
3rd St., or Phone 2-2202.
WE HAVE AVAILABLE 20 FT., 30
FT. AND LARGER COMMER
CIAL REFRIGERATOR AVAIL
ABLE TO FOOD STORES, HOS
PITALS AND OTHER ESTAB
LISHMENTS. WRITE BOX “A
B\ CARE OF STAR-NEWS.
21 FOOT NATIONAL HOUSE TRAILER]
Complete with dishes, for quick sale.
Kings Trailer Park, Carolina Beach.
SILEX COFFEE MAKERS
CLOTH HAMPERS
ALUMINUM ICE TRAYS
B. F. GOODRICH STORES
14 NORTH THIRD ST.
DIAL 7:160
SALE: SLIP COVER AND DRAP
ERY MATERIAL. 89c YD. ED
WIN J. FARRELLY AND CO.
302 NORTH FRONT ST.
PAINTS FOR EVERY PURPOSE LIT US
recommend the best for your need*.
We feature NU-ENAMEL. Thrlf-T
Stores Inc.. 25 South Front.
SPECIAL! HOLLYWOOD BEDS~ SEE
our window display, Jones Furniture
Co., 18 So. Front.
CLOSE OUT PORCH ~ROCKERsTsWING
with chains. Jones Furniture Co.,
18 So. Front.
JUST ARRIVED: NEW SHIPMENT OF
4 burner oil ranges. Home Furniture
Co., 23 Market St.
8 USED BARBER CHAIRS FOR~S*LE:
reasonably priced. Write Pvt, C. F.
.Talarico, Bty K, AAAS, Camp Davis,
N. C._ _
FOR SALE: GOOD USED STEAM
boiler. 25 hp. Telephone 4918 126 Mar
ket. Sam Lee’s.
SMALL “PROGRESS’' ICE BOXES.
$25.00. Enamel dripolator 35c electric
pepsi cola drink boxes. L. F Sollee, 902
Princess
SEE OUR ATTRACTIVE LINE OF
bridge tallies, score pads and place
cards. Nancy Wilma Shop, 112 No. 2nd.
FOR SALE: THREE NEW TREADLE
type sewing machines. Singer Sew
ing Machine Co., 304 North Fourth St.
USED BOOTHS AND TABLES, STOOLS
chairs, scales, regis'ers. C B. Stern
berger Equipment Co., 1009 Princess.
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. __
1 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 FIJ
all makes and wringer roll*. A
O’Briant. 51C No. 4th. Dial 2-3582.
ROACHESI ROACHES! KILL YOUE
roaches with Shepard Roach Powdei
. as thousands have. A*k them! i makt
, a sure bed-bug killer, try it Joseph
| C. Shepard. 317 South Second. Dial »45(
WATER PROOb GLIDER MATE
RIAL: $1.59 TO $2.98 YD- ED
% WIN J. FARRELLY AND CO.
302 NORTH FRONT ST.
FURNITURE FOR 3 BEDROOMS. Liv
ing room and kitchen, also pre wai
bicycle. Can be seen between 10 a.m
and 8 p.m. 65 Lee Drive, Lake Forest
Phone 2-8228 _
NEW VENTILATING FANS DIREC1
from factory. All steel-ball bearing
c Dial 2-8015.
- NU-ENAMEL FOR THE BEST JOB < b
n furniture and house painting. No brusl
marks. One coat covers. Thompson Bi
cycle Co., 7r Castle. Dial 2-3061.
75.—Household Goods
LARGE 3-ROOM APARTMENT. GOOD
location. Present tenant owns furni
ture. Will iike to sell to new tenant
for reasonable price. Call 2-2966.
JUST ARRIVED: NEW SHIPMENT OF
4 burner oil ranges. Home Furniture
Co.. 23 Market St.
MAPLE LIVING ROOM SUITE, CHEAP
for cash Owner leaving town 12-H
Lake Forest.
FOR SALE: MAPLE BEDSTEAD AND
spring, large size, grate, rocker break
fast set, corner cabinet, large plav
pen. Dial 2-8626.
JUST RECEIVED: SHIPMENT OF STU
dio couches with springs. People’s
Furniture Co.
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.
WE BUY AND SELc. USED FURN1
ture. H. Cvansen Furniture Exchange
716 Castle. Dial 2-3809.
SEi OUR LARGE SELECTION OF
chiffarobes 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.
STOCK OF ICE BOXES TO GO AT
cost. Come in. Make us an offer Sel
ler’s Furniture Co.
JUST RECEIVED: SMALL SHIPMENT
of living room suites with springs.
Sellers Furniture Co., 911 No. 4th St.
Dial 7535.
'SPECIAL ! ! ! 25 PER CENT REDUC
tion on all ice boxes. Carolina Furni
ture Co., 617 North 4th St Dial 4046.
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: STUDIO COUCHES
with springs. $37.50 Sam Lande Furni
ture Co., 621 North 4th St.
CLOSE OUT ON ODD PIECES. DRES
sers and vanity dressers. Jonet Fur
niture Co.. 18 So. Front Street.
JUST RECEUvED! SHIPMENT OF BA
by's auto ^Seats and canvas swings.
Kosch Furniture Co.. 6th and Castle.
PORCH SWINGS WITH CHAIRS 3
piece porch sets. Jones Furniture Co .
18 So. Front. __ _
1? AND 35 PIECE HAND PAINTED
dinner sets. Attractive patterns. Pen
der Furniture Co., 28 South Front St.
GLIDERS AND FOLDING DECK AND
lawn chairs you have been waiting
for. The Wilmington Furniture Co. “The
Old Reliable.”
1N E W SHIPMENT: UNFINISHED
chests-of-drawers. with legs, 5 draw
ers. Castle Street Furniture Company.
SPECIAL: METAL FOOT LOCKER8.
$2.00 each. Carolina Furniture Co.. 617
North 4th. Dial 4048.
ici BOXES. OIL 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
REASONABLY PRICED MAPLE. RED
and black trim, breakfast room suite*.
Terms. Railroad Salvage. 80S Castl*.
Dial 2-3626._
SO —Houses For Sale__
FOR SALE
202 CENTRAL BLVD.
Sunset Park
Attractive and practically new
five room bungalow. Corner
lot, one of the best locations in
Sunset. Exterior recently paint
ed. interior in perfect condi
tion. Two car garage. 7’ elec
tric refrigerator included. Pos
session within 30 days.
l USThlt-mbL MiAbil LVJ.
‘•We Sell the Earth” '
HOME”OF OUTSTANDING
VALUE
POSSESSION 30 DAYS
$10,500.00 BUYS
1808 Market Street
A beautiful two story Colonial
home containing nine rooms
and two baths. Rooms consist
of spacious living room, den.
dining room, butler’s pantry,
kitchen, powder room on first
floor On second floor large
master bed room, three medi
um size bed rooms, and tw*>
complete baths. An exception
ally good floor plan. Large
basement, automatic heat.
Large porches on both front
and rear. Desirable neighbor
hood, convenient location.
SEE US IMMEDIATELY.
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
$925.00 Cash, $27.17 Per. Month
each.
No. 143 and 149 Colonial Vil
lage. Two five room houses.
These houses have hardwood
floors throughout, tile baths,
an oil heating unit and an au
tomatic gas hot water sys
tem. Both of these houses are
to be freshly painted upon
purchase.
HINTON-SHEW
REALTY CO.
Lewis P. Hinton Richard A. Shew
■ 213 Princess St. Dfal 2-3734
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.
.
80—Houses For Sale
FOR SALE: 8 ACRES AND TWO
houses. One furnished. Three miles
from Wilmington near drydoek. Apply
White Front Grill. 115 N. 3rd.
FOR SALE: 106 N. MONROE ST. SUN
set Park. Attractive 5 room home, FHA
financed. Priced very reasonable. Fos
ster-Hill Realty Co. Phone 2-3371.
ARMY OFFICER'S ATTRACTIVE FIVE
room home. Lot 65-160. Less than year
old. Already financed, including new
1 foot G. E. refrigerator, gas stove.
Central coal circulator, hardwood floors
Immediate possession. Furnished or un
furnished. 2105 Klein Road, Princess
Place.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Princess Place — Practically
new 5 room house, floor fur
nace, completely refinished in
side, 220 foot frontage, auto
matic hot water, chickens, etc.
$750.00 cash and $40.00 per
month will buy this attractive
home.
520 Castle St. 9 Apts, and store
About 33 1-3% annual return on
investment.
432 Carolina Ave., Sunset
Park. 5 rooms and bath, floor
furnace. Large corner plot,
bricl* construction.
J. L. BALDWIN
217 Princess Street
Dial 2-3210
j,__ __
FOR SALE: H JEFFERSON ST., SUN
get Park. Six nice large rooms, two
lots; good construction, slate roof. Fos
ter-Hill Realty Co. Phone 23371.
FOR SALE
One of the newest and best
homes in Oleander.
It is built of brick, painted
white, two full stories, has
three bedrooms, two baths,
large living room, dining room
and kitchen.
This house is only three years
old and is modern in every
detail.
Can be shown by appointment
only.
HINTON - SHEW
REALTY CO.
i
Lewis P. Hinton Richard A. Shew
213 Princess St. Dial 2-3734
105 CHURCll ST. i STURM 6 ROOM
dwelling. Out of town owner asks
us to submit offe H F. Wilder. Phone
4932.
FOR SALE
Located among homes of re
finement. In one of our nice
suburbs. Red brick bungalow,
6 rooms and bath. Automatic
oil heat and hot water. Three
room garage apt. in rear.
Very large lot.
WADE REALTY CO.
Realtors
205 Princess St.
SEVERAL HOUSES FOR sat.» ON
Carolina Beach, Early possession. Call
2491. Carolina Beach. Tucker Realty
Co.
salj7T::acres^land—TIotles
out of Wilmington, right on highway.
Priced right Tucker Real Estate Co..
Phone 2487, Carolina Beach.
FOR SALE
3505 MARKET ST. ROAD
Large lot, over 180 feet road
frontage. House contains 13
rooms, 2 baths. Ideal tourist
home location, many other
possibilities.
FOSTER-HILL REALTY CO.
“We sell the earth’’
LOT BARGAIN. CAROLINA BEACH
Raleigh Ave.. Close in 75 by 125 feet'
Cheap at $600.00 cash Foster-Hill Real
ty Co. Phone 2-0371.'
DO YOU WANT A REAL
HOME?
Look this 7 room house, with
all city conveniences and three
large lots, over at once. Cherry
Ave., Audubon.
If you don't want your prop
erty sold, don't list it with
HUGHES & MORTON
W. D. Swink, Associate
Wallace Bldg.
3rd & Princess Dial 7691
Mb —Help Wanted—Male
WANTED: MAN OR LADY DRAFTEX
empt for Hardware and Grocery Store,
past experience and reference neces
sary. Reply H, and G. care Star-News.
WANTED: COUPLE, DRAFT EXEMPT,
familiar with ration points to operate
Filling Station and General Store. Furn
ish reference r—’ ' '-perience. Reply
M. H. care Star-News,
WANTED: COLO PORTER. PER
manent job. Apply Southland Mfg. Cs.,
2nd and Greenfield Sts.
MAKE MONEY
SELLING CHRISTMAS CARDS
Send for samples of outstanding lines
of 50 for $1.00 and 25 for $1.00 name
imprinted Christmas cards. Other Mon
ey Makers including Box Assortments
and exceptional Matched Christmas
Gift Wrappings. Generous Profits—No
Experience Needed—Easy Work. Write
today. Janes Art Studios, Inc., 1217
_Clifford Ave,, Rochester 5, N. Y.
WANTED: 4 EXPERIENCED LOG
truck drivers Bryant Lumber Co.
WANTED: FIRST CLASS BAND SAW
filer. Bryant Lumber Co.
WANTED^ vnirar, man draft
EXEMPT. FOR PRESS ROOM
WORK. LEARN A TRADE AND
BE PAID WHILE LEARNING.
MUST HAVE CERTIFICATE OF
AVAILABILITY. APPLY MR.
SKINNER. CARE OF STAR
NEWS PRESSROOM AFTER 8
P, M.
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 'he new
Priorities Referral Plan, all male
workers and all in-migrant female
workers, must be hired through the
local U. S. Employment Service offices.
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.
85—Help Wanted—Male
WANTED: MAN, DRAFT EXEMPT
familiar with lumber and building'
supplies for permanent positioni, if can
handle satisfactory. Reference and past
experience necessary. State salary ex
pected. Answer No, 27. Star-News.
WAR VETERANS: EITHER SALES OR
soda lountain experience Open Air
Market, 4th and Chestnut!
WANTED: WHITE MARKERS AND
sorters. Colored flatwork lroners. Shirt
and pants pressers. Also hand lroners.
Ideal Laundry, Front and Orange.
90.—Help Wanted Female
WANTED: EXPERIENCED COL
ORED MAID FOR GENERAL
HOUSEWORK. ABLE TO TAKE
CARE OF CHILDREN. GOOD
PAY- MUST HAVE HEALTH
CERTIFICATE AND REFER
ENCE. ONLY THOSE WISHING
PERMANENT POSITION NEED
APPLY, CALL 5009.
COLORED GIRLS WANTED: MUST
have health certificate and availabi
lity card. Apply F. W. Woolworth.
WANTED: RELIABLE PART TIME
cook and maid. Market between 7th
and 8th. Telephone 2-2180.
SALESLADIES WITH EXPERIENCE
for retail store. Good salary and com
mission. Apply Taubman's, 16 So.
Front St.
EXPERIENCED WAITRESS WANTED.
Saffos Restaurant, N. Front St.
WANTED: MIDDLE-AGED COLORED
maid to work in Washington D. C.
Call A1Q9
WAITRESSES WANTED: APPLY ROXY
Restaurant, 305 No Front St.
WANTED: LADY THAT CAN USE
typewriter and answer telephone. Dial
9625 and ask for Mr. McCormick,
Whitehead Music Co.
WANTED: DISH WASHERS. 8 HOURS.
Good salary. White Front Grill, 115 No.
3rd St.
GIRL FOR OFFICE WORK EXPERI
ence unnecessary. High school educa
tion required. Permanent resident. Ap
ply Caison Bros. Laundry 13th and
Dawson.
MAID* FOR GENERAL CLEANING IN
auto tire accessory store Four to five]
hours daily. Apply to B. F. Goodrich
Stores. 14 North Third Street.
43.—Insurance
F E LIVINGSTON & CO.
Mutual Insurance Real Estate
Wallace Bldg. Dial 6047
101. —Jewelry
Guaranteed Watcn 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 C)oth;ng. Type
writer* Shotguns- Musical Instru
ments and Anything ot Value
FINXLESTEIN'S LOAN OFF1CE
WiiP'.ir.gton's Oldest arid Largest'
Front and Market Streets
105. —Lost and wound
LOST: BILLFOLD C ONTAINING “A”
and “C’ gas ration books important
papers and money. Edg’ar L. Henry,
Atkinson, N. C.
LOST TUESDAY: BUNDLE METAL
lathe. 3rd street, or Carolina Beach
Rd. Call 2-3500.
FOUND: BROWN AND WHITE POINT -
er. Weighs about 60 lbs. Call for dog
at Madam Jcvuiette the Fortune teller,
Wrightsville Beach Highway.
LOST: SHAFFER ‘TRIUMPH” FOUN
tain pen. Gold top. Finder notify own
er Mrs. D. L. Huskey, 2-3593.
LOST; WHITE GOLD ELGIN ~WRIST
watch wit’^ brown leather band—July
31 about 4 p.m. somewhere between
9th street and 12th street, between Dock
and Orange. Reward. Call 5791.
LOST: NUMBER 8 GOLF CLUB. H AND
B. Louisville power built. Phone 9658.
Apt. 8-E, Oleander Court. Liberal Re
ward.
JUST RECEIVED: SHIPMENT OF
pianos — spinets — Grand and Up
right A H. Yopp Piano Co.. 209 Prin
cess Street.
125.—Paint—Pa pering.
WANTED: PAINTING AND PAPER -
hanging: sober and reliable. Phone 2
1855. J. D. Huckabee
FOR EXPERT PAPER HANGING DIAL
2-8(150. F..L. Casteen. Estimates free.
l .b. - Poultry _ __
BLOODTESTED BABY CHICKS. LEAD
ing hreeds. hatches twire weekly
Thousands on hand dally Roudahush’s
vs-ed Store
129. —Radio and Repairs.
WE BUY KFLL REPAIR ANY KIND
of radio Hufham's Radio Shop 617 No
3rd Dial 5397
HOWARD RADIO CO.
All Work Full} Guaranteeo
1027 So 3rd St Phone 4625
I HAVE TUBES AND PARTS FOR
your radio. One day service. Ragan's
Radio Service, 722 No. 3rd St.
BLAKE BROS.
RADIOS and REFRIGERATION
REPAIR SERVICE
520 Caktle Dial 22790
150.—Real Estate
LIST YOUR REAL ESTATE WITH W
A. McGlrt. Realtor. 215 Princess St.
WE HAVE A FEW SMALL TRACTS OF
land on Myrtle Grove Sound. Gao. A
Biddle 238 Princess Dial 6931
MOORE-FONVIELLF REALTY CO WE
are equipped to se've you.
WE SELL THE EARTH: rOSTER-HILL
Realty Co. 112 Princess St. Dial 2-3371
W. M. HEWLETT, REALTOrT" LIST
your property '”tth us. 214 Prinr**s
St. Dial 7138 __
WANT TO SELL? CASH FOR YOUR
property. Wm. R. Davis. 114 Princess
St.. Dial 6118
155. —Seeds— Plants—Bulbs.
TOMATO PLANTS. CERTIFIED MAS
ter marglobes delivered. 300. $1.00; 500
$1.25; 1000. $2.50; 5000 up, at $1.75 pel
1000. Safe delivery. Jamison Plant
Farm. Ridgeville, S C.
VICTORY GARDEN SEEDS. PEAS.
Beans, corn, mustard, turnip, ate.
Fresh vegetable plants daily. Flows:
pots fertilizers Insecticides Most
complete stocks In ■ the state. Rouda
bush's Seed Store. Corner Front and
nnrlt
HOLLYBROOK POULTRY FEED
scratch feed, with corn. Wood's Seed
Store, Dial 4620.__
RICH SOIL FOR VICTORY GARDENS
and shrubbery. $2.50 a load deliver
ed. Phone 6083.
QUALITY SEED
Wa Specialize in Hi# 8 a ad
You Need
CROSS SEED CO
C Market 3t. Olal Dk.
RUTABAGAS. TURNIP. MUSTARD,
kale, seed potatoes. Wood's Seed Store,
317 North Front.
SEED POTATOES
For Fall Plan ing: Choice unsprout,
ed, Irish cobblers from cold storage.
T. W, WOOD & SONS
L70.~-Wanted
3LUETHENTHAL INSTRUCTOR WANTS
small furbished apartment. Modern
conveniences. No children. Call 4957.
WANT TO EXCHANGE 8 BOXES NO.
12 ga. shotgun shells, No. 8 shot and
6 boxes of No. 16 ga., No. 8 shot For
14 boxes of No 20 ga., No. 8 shot Call
me at onfce Dial 8690 or 9456, Wrights
ville Beach.
WE PURCHASE ALL MAKES OF USED
sewing machines. Singer Sewing Ma
chine Co., 304 N. Front. Dial 5526.
WANTED: GOOD SECOND HAND SE
dan or coach. Cash, Must be in good
condition. Address “Car”, care of
Star-News.
rWO YOUNG MEN , FEDERAL EM
pfloyces, desire furnished apartment
or cottage. Call 7146.
WANTED: RETURN LOAD FROM
Portsmouth, Virginia or points be
tween, Aug. 2nd. Dial 6956 Batson
Transfer Co.
WANTED: 4 ROOM AND BATH FURN
ished apartment by September 1st.
Write Mrs. R. J. LaPlante, General
Delivery. Carolina Beach, N. C.
WANTED: TWO ROOMS, UNFURNISH
ed. Lady with one 8 year old child
Box "OYO”, care of Star-News.
WANTED BY ACL EMPLOYEEr SMALL
furnished apartment, close in. 5724 be
tween 9 and 5.
WANTED: USED LUMBER TRUCK AND
trailer in eood condition. Dial 9421.
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: BOARD AND ROOM FOR
elderly lady, preferably in private
family at Wrightsville Beach. Address
“H. E J.*\ care cf Star-News.
WOU WANT TO SELL YOUR PROPER*
ty to the best advantage so eee A B
Walton Co.; 128 Princess St
WANTED: LISTING OF CITY. SUBUR
ban and beach property for sale. We
have the clients. Wha have you to
offer. J. L. Baldwin 217 Prinpess St.
WANTED: ALL PEOPLE SUFFERING
kidney trouble or backbone to try
“Kido" 87c. Money back guarantee
at Saunders Drug Store or Brooklyn
Pharmacy.
VANTED: LUGGAGE TRAILER, TWO
wheels, Reasonable. Dial 2-3628.
WANTED • TO BUY HOUSE ON
Wrightsville Beach. Greenville or Mas
onboro Sound. Dial 5087.
lou.—i^egai
COMMISSIONER’S SALE OF LAND
Under and by virtue of the power of
iale contained in a judgment of the Su
jerior Court of New Hanover County, in
l cause herein pending entitled “New
Hanover County, and C, R. Morse, City
bounty Tax Collector versus S. E Sel
lers and wife, Merle B. Sellers”, the un
Jersigned Commissioner will, as provid
;d in said judgment, at 12 o’clock Noon.
5n the 28th day of August, 1944 at the
:ourthouse door of New Hanover County,
sxpose to public sale, to the last and
lighest bidder, for cash, to satisfy taxes
3ue the County of New Hanover, the
following described land situa e, lying
ind being in Harnett Township, County
if New Hanover and State of North
barolina. to-wit;
FIRST TRACT: BEGINNING at the in
tersec io» of the western line of Fourth
Street with the northern line of Wrights
ville Avenue running thence in a nor
therly direction a’big the said western
line of Four h Street 330 feet to the
southern line of Maple Avenue, thence
westwardly with the southern line of
Maple Avenue and at right angles with
Fourth Street 66 fee', thence in a south
erly direction and parallel with Fourth
S reet 330 feet to the northern line of
Wrightsville Avenue, thence in an east
erly direction along the said northern
line of Wrightsville Avenue about 69 feet
to the point of beginning, 'he same be
ing all of Lot No 108. according to the
official plan of the Winter Park Gar
dens as recorded in the Registry of Ne,w
Hanover County in Map Book 3, at page
38
SECOND TRACT: BEGINNING at a
point in the northerly line of Wrightsville
Avenue. saW point being about 66 feel
westwardly along the said northerly line
of Wrightsville Ave.. from its in ejec
tion with the westerly line of Fourth
Street, running thence northwardly with
'he westerly line of Lot No. 108 and
parallel with Fourth Street 330 feet to the
southerly line of Maple Avenue, thence
westwardly with the sou herly line oi
Maple Ave. and at right angles with
Fourth Street 33 fret, thence in a south
erly direc ion and in a straight line
about 315 feet to a point in the northerly
line of Wrightsville Avenue, said poinl
being 136 feet westwardly from its in
tersec ion of the northern line o:
Wrightsville Avenue with the westerr
line of Fourth Street, thence eastward!*
along the northern line of Wrifh svillc
Avenue 70 fert to the beginning, same
bring a part of Lot No 109. of Winter
Park Gardens, as per map above refer
red 1o.
Da ed this 25th day offJuly. 1944.
G C. McINTIRE. Commissioner.
'''
YANKS ON OUTSKIRTS OF PISA
A couple of American infantrymen pass a sign markii i» thfe
limits of Pisa, Italy, as U. S. and 'German artillery dueled across
the Amo River in the opening stages of the battle for the historio
citv. The Nazis are said to be using the famous leaning tower as an
observation post. This is an official II. S. Signal Corns Rariionhotn.
FUND GROUP AIDS
BOB NG VICTIMS
With the German robot bomb of
fensive bringing to the people of
London and southern England suf
fering and other trials reminiscent
of the blitz of 1940-41, the British
War Relief Society, one of the par
ticipating agencies in the United;
War Fund, has stepped in and is
aiding victims, the Rev. Walter B.
Freed, president of the Communi
ty War Chest, said yesterday.
A report by Bertram Cruger,
vice president of the Chase Na
tional bank and London chairman
of the British relief society, re
ceived by Freed, discloses that the
336 ambulances of the society are
on 24-hour duty in Britain, caring
for the wounded.
In addition, the society has mo
bile kitchens which are feeding
persons bombed ou{ of their homes
and is also responding to calls for
clothing, bedding and other arti
cles essential to bare existence.
Cruger sa'd that as British cen
sorship is relaxed “the American
people are now beginning to re
alize the great damage caused by
the Nazi robot bombs in London
and all of southern England.”
The Rev. Mr. Freed said that
information reaching h i m shows
that the American-made and do
nated ambulances of the British
War Relief society are tak'ng an
important part in supporting the
invasion of France as well as in
meeting the robot plane emergen
cy.
The Rev. Mr. Freed pointed out
that the mounting destruction and
suffering in England resulting
from the pilotless planes and from
the invasion—conditions similar to
those w^ich inspired the establish
ment of the Bri^sh society—call
fi*r a renewed effort on the part
of the people of Wilmington and
New Hanover county to contribute
to the urgent needs of the British
through the Community War Chest.
--V
INDUSTRIAL SHRVF.Y
WILL HE REVAMPED
Walter J. Cartier, secretary of
: the chamber of commerce, said
yesterday that the industrial sur
vey of Wilmington and New Han
over county that was compiled in
1941 would be ‘revamped” for the
purpose of distribution to indus
trial prospects.
“We need,” he said, “to re
vamp the survey so as to show
the present situation and possi
bilities of post-war development
in Hanover county to industrial
ists who might locate here. The
chamber has had many requests
from industrialists for up-to-date
information about the county.’’
In order to bring the 1941 sur
vey up-to-date, various agencies
reprsgjented in it will be asked
to supply new information, which
will be edited by Cartier.
It is expected that the 1944 edi
tion of the industrial survey will
be published about November 1.
-V.
CONTRACT AWARDED
WASHINGTON. Aug. 1—l/Pt— The
Federal Works Agency awarded a
$46,068 contract today for construct
tion of a Health Center in Elizabeth
City. N. C...to H. D. White & Co.,!
St. Joseph, Mich. Work is to be com.1
pleted in 120 days.
TOWNS CAPTURED
LONDON, Aug. 1.—<A>)—Marshal
Tito announced today in a broad
cast communique that his Yugo-1
lsav partisans have captured 14
towns, villages and strong points.
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ~
' i
STEWARD’S MATE
J. C. Sykes, son of Mr. and Mr*.
. R. Sykes of 113 Dock street,
las entered the U. S. Coast Guard
is steward’s mate third class, and
vill receive his training at Stat
in Island, N. Y. He is the third
nember of his family to enter
he armed forces. A brother,
rech. Sgt. Russell H. Sykes, is
serving with engineer* at Camp
Campbell, Ky., and another
Drother, Seaman First Class Regi
lald I. Sykes, is stationed at Long
Island, N. Y., with the Navy.
ENDS FURLOUGH
* Jack W. Parks
of Wilmington
has recently
finished a sev
en-day furlough
with relatives
here. He is sta
tioned on the
aircraft carrier
I TT C C
PARKS cock.
Friends and relatives of Pvt.
Thomas D. Gore of 2117 Princess
Place say they identified the sol
dier as one of the men seen sh^kf
ing hands after the capture of
Cherbourg in a Paramount News
film seen last week at the Bailey.
Gore was said to be the helmeted
soldier in the picture, and is at
tached to the 79th division in Nor
mandy, He lived here with his
sister, Mrs. Vance L. Smith: he
is also a brother of Mrs. Mar
garet Pridgen of Wilmington.
AT SUPPLY SECTION
Pvt. William E. Saunders, son
of Mrs. G. H. Saunders of Wil
mington, route 3, is now assigned
to the supply section of the Air
Service Command somewhere in
Britain. Before entering the ser
vice 13 months ago, he was em
ployed with the Saunders’ Drug
company as a soda dispenser.
OVERSEAS
•. , _ > Pvt. Johnnio
ivi c i v i ii ivi a i
thews of Wil
mington, enter
ed the armed
forces in Feb
ruary, 1943, and
now is some
where in the
South Pacific
after training
in. Alabama and
MATTHEWS is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Matthew*.
PROMOTED
n Wilmington pilot with >a B-28
Marauder group in the Mediter
ranean theater, has been promoted
recently, it was announced from
headquarters of Maj. Gen. John
K. Cannon’s 12th AAF. First Lt.
David, Carter of 223 David
drive, was promoted from second
lieutenant Overseas sihce Novem
ber. 1943, 27-year-old Lieutenant
Carter has 50 combat missions.
AT CAMP PEART
D e ward L.
Murphy of Wil
mington, has
1M- e t u mefl to
M"lamp Peary.
jHva., where he
■ recently finish
■»d h i s basic
■training, after
■ < pend ing 10
®days with, his
4.4% ■> a r e ntf. Mr.
::: ss/4- n p ri T\ T r e T~1 NT
MUHPHY Murphy of 10
Castle street.
Trf*,'‘nnrtn*’'*n Grn,in
Name* $x*nr* As Head
MYRTLE BEACH, S. C.. Aug.
1.—(TPi—1The Motor Transportatior
Association uf South Carolina at
its annual convention here yes
terday elected M. M. Stuart oi
Har-tsville president.
R. B. Bishop of Greenville, C
A. Harvin. Jr., of Summerton and
G. E. Bradshaw of Batesburs
were named vice presidents and
C. L. Ruller of Columbia wai
named treasurer.
W. B. Love of Columbia is gen
eral manager of the association.
*
V ini a
TAYLOR’S GIFT SHOP
Located at
TAYLOR’S FSSO STATION
3rd and Red Cross
AUTO LOANS
Any Make — Any Model
Drive in to Borrow or Pay
Coier Motor Finance Co.
Back of Cape Fear Hotel
WANTED
EXPERIENCED
CLOTHING
SALESMAN
Good salary and permanent
position. Apply
Chas. Finkelsteln
Market and Front
r ="m 1 sb
WANTED
Draft exempt men to learn printing
trade. Earn while you learn. A profit
able, steady trade that fits you for
the money for post-war and pays as
you go.
Apply Composing Room, Star-News
! .
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