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U^XiSFIED INDEX
„„ouncemenu.
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Saners-Dyers.
j^ood-Fue. OIL
By Products.
j^Dogs—-ckts Pets.
Cleaning—Pressing.
J^Eatables.
Sing Plaoes.
J-Electrical.
(-Feeds.
SrCFirusheri.
1-FIorist.
S'Rent* At Besort*.
Tfor Rent- Apartment*.
rf0I Rent-Rooms.
Um and Board.
5_For Rent—Houses.
(_For Sale.
(-Hardware.
(-Household Goods.
(-Houses For Sale.
1 Help Wanted—Male.
Help Wanted—Female.
((-Insurance.
10- Instruction.
1- Jewelry.
02- Laundry.
(4-Loans.
05— Lost and Found.
((-Livestock.
11- Misccllaneous.
11-Machinery.
6— Music.
ji}—Office Equipment
21-Office For Rent.
25-Paint—Papering,
g-plumbing—Heating.
27-Printing.
3i>_Professional.
35-Personal.
2:—Poultry.
ji-Radio and Repairs.
50-Real Estate.
52-Refrigeration Service.
55-Seeds—Plants—Bulbs.
55-Situations Wanted.
57-Shoes.
50- Transfer and Storage.
51- Typewriters.
75-Wanted. __
-Announcements
have plenty of new tubes
t Stock, all sizes, Wenberg Bros,, 3rd
a] Grace,
-Automotive
F INSTALL SHATTER-PROOF GLASS
in automobiles. Roberts Auto Ex
change, 519 South 13th.
ANTED TO BUY 1831 TO 1941 ALL
nake cars. Call C. H. Spooner 9973.
PONTIAC CONVERTIBLE 8, GOOD
condition. Can be seen after 4 p.m. at
13 Castle.
T PAY ALL ThaT OPA CEILING
will permit for clean cars. MacMil
lian Buick Co.. .08 No. 2nd. Dial 9574.
ANTED TO BUY OLD MODEL CAR
rod condition. Call 2-1300.
E SALE 1 1-2 TON FORD TRUCK,
stake body. 214 South Front.
35 OLD3MOBILE SPORT COUPE. 1934
Master Chevrolet Town Sedan. These
cars are priced below ceiling. Harris
Haskett. Phone 2-2487.
AKENGER CAR TIRES REPAIRED
nd recapped. Reid’s Tire Service, 216
Market St.
Chevrolet, Oldsmobile, Cadillac
Sales and Service
RANEY CHEVROLET CO.
W Princess St. Dial 8651
'EFENSE TRANSPORTATION. NEW OR
extended truck operations were virtual
ly frozen last October. Prospective buy
»f trucks listed for sale are urged
or their own protection to check with
Jot ODT before closing a sale to ascer
whether gasoline will be au
thorized.
TOP PRICES PAID
On All Used Curs.
, J. T. BARKER
Next to Cape *ear Hotel
^TorTour CAR. WE BUY AND
““good used cars. HoweU Motor Co.
Ijwth Third Street.
*HSENGER car TIRES RECAPPED
v™?paired- Akron Tire Company.
^!° Third Street.
®G YOUR TIRES TO US FOR EX
oi!,K tAC?pping and repairing. Yarbor
JUg °“ c°., Sunset Park. Dial 5112.
TwT - -' —
^^'“‘‘upracior
*M«AnHE BACKACHE, nervous
w. Dr Mary j. Layton. 512 South
*~BoatsdmE' Phone 2'0128
’'*L^KAYAK FOR SALE: PADDLES,
Wili E-TS' $25.00. Phone Wrights
l^iWers Supplies
iSPSP* DELIVERED TO YOUR
tan- Dvd ln transit. S and G Com
.1.!“ Phone 5562.
fe.,K°0mG CO LELAND.
you 'oa? ; That nailed on lock shingle
Hvwa?V1 heard so much about out of
ba-rl’i' hundrr3 homes roofed witn
Will reverlox shingles. Less than $100
Norm nr damage done by the
pricp,' .yuality remembered long aftejr
Rij‘e *or2otten. Let us give you esti
ttyin- „ur ,!Tlen are experienced in ap
^LVHE VHRY ESSENCE OF FA
erir.e v anize House Paint. Solid cov
■'■cith..«anize is easy spreading and
MeFor the best life insur
taoer . r "°me ean have, use this long
s«5aiv t lce Paint. Smith Builders
Inc- D‘al 2-3339.
OOKrTT-n
Mai tkAY C0AL ~ SAY HI-HEAT
is none better for stoves
With ,"8es- Keep your order on file
Passible' rVe wiu deliver as soon as
jfr-ciL_Dial Becner’s, 7761.
4»*?;r>SASH DOORS. BLINDS. WIN
Column1°2.r Frames. Screens, Turned
fed Cabinets. Oldest, Best Equip
Dial 5229 *** ^**y* Roderick and Land.
^^iness^ Opportunities
tv , ,,RFVl buSINESS opportuni
harltet 1 *stablished grocery and meat
Term, l,800'1 location. Making money.
K “desired. Write Post Office
Wilmington, N. C.
Mark*1®, ~ VIRGINIA GRILL. 22C
'•iolto* BeartT *** UUt°n‘ 511
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14—Business Service
! HAVE YUUR SEWING MACHINE
PUT IN GOOD CONDITION BE
FORE STARTING YOUR FALL
: SEWING AND WHILE PARTS
ARE AVAILABLE. SINGER
SEWING MACHINE C.. 304 NO
FRONT ST., DIAL 5526.
22—Clothing
MEN! YOU, CAN DRESS WELL. SAVE
real money on clothing Jrill at Finkel
s‘eln s. Front and Market Streets
F°* SALE CHEAP—3 COATS^ SIZES
1S.'.^B1,ack and white tweed. Brown
with fur collar, striped sport, ^oo
fPn!1 J01 „°wner- Address “Confiden
tial Co. Star News.
25—Coal—Wood—Fuel Oil
BLOCKS/ IRREGULAR
lengths. Call your order in now for
prompt delivery. Dial 8204.
30.—Dairy Milk.
drink dairy goat milk for
health. Audubon Dairy Goat Farm
E. L, Strickland. Dial 21317. Audubon]
35—Drugs ~
Let Us Fill Your Next “
PRESCRIPTION
See Us For Your Drug Needs
„„ BROOKLYN PHARMACY
902 North 4th St. Dial 7S7S
NO ONE SELLS FOR LESS!
41—Eatables
BROWN'S GROCERY. CHOICE CUTS
lamb, veal, beef and pork. Fancy Gro
ceries. 802 North 4th St. Dial 6535.
* anelectrical
MASON ELECTRIC CO.
Electric Contractors
107 North 3rd St. Dial 6782
48—Feeds
LET US SOLVE YOUR FEED PROB
lems with Wayne Feeds. Dial 2-1218
Smith’s Cash Service, Castle Haynes
Road.
FULL O PEP MASHES QUAKER
dairy rations, suggered Schumacher.
Scratch Grains, Dog Food, Rabbit
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
leum. In Wilmingto:: more than twenty
years. Sanding machines and edgers for
rent. M. L. Brothers and Son, 201 North
Uth St. Dial 4759.
51— Florist ^
CUT FLOWERS, POT PLANTS, COR
sages. funeral designs. Quick deliveries.
Blossom Shop, 3! South Front. Dial 6030.
52— For Rent
3 LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
with kitchen. Market Street Road. Dial
2-3908.
55—For Rent—Apartments
CLOSE IN — LARGE AND SMALL
apartment. Also room. Weekly rates —
205 S. 2nd St.
FOR RENT: FURNISHED APARTMENT
to couple. Apply at office. 128 Princess
St.
60—For Rent—Rooms
NICE BEDROOM FOR RENT TO COU
ple or 2 gentlemen. Close in. 624 Dock.
NICELY FURNISHED BEDROOM STEAM
heat. Lovely home, excellent location.
Gentleman. Dial 2-3689. '
TWO ROOMS FOR RENT — WALKING
distance of shipyard. Oil heat. Gentle
men preferred. Phone 2-0659.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM, HEATED.
Kitchen privileges if desired. Call 7266.
WANTED: FOUR GIRLS TO ROOM,
private bath and living room. Meals and
transportation furnished. Call Wrights
ville Beach 8625-M. Prefer Air Base
I girls.
ROOMS FOR RENT — COUPLES OR
working girls. Close in. 214 North 4th St.
ROOMS FOR MEN AND WOMEN, SEMI
hotel accommodations. White House
Inn, corner 4th and Walnut St.
FURNISHED BEDROOM IN PRIVATE
home near Shipyard and Bus stop. Dial
2-1015,
63—Room and Board
ROOM AND BOARD FOR 4 SHIPYARD
workers. Transportation to shipyard.
■ 220 North Second Street.
65—For Rent—Houses
FOR RENT OR SALE—7 ROOMS AND
bath cottage on Carolina Beach. Fur
nished. Electric refrigerator and stove.
Write "W.B.B.” Care of Star News.
COMPLETELY FURNISHED HOME IN
Oleander for rent to adults. $110.00 a
month, for appointment apply Foster
Hill Realty Co. Phone 2-3371.
FIVE ROOMS AND BATH, TUB AND
shower, automatic hot water system,
floor furnace, electric refrigerator and
gas stove. Owner leaving town Thurs
day morning. 430 Carolina Ave.. Sunset
Park._
FOR RENT — WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH
cottage completely furnished. Also an
apartment. Phone 8642W.__
70—For Sale
FOR SALE SLIGHTLY USED COAL
and wood range. Write ‘‘M. L.” Care of
Star News.___
FOR SALE LARGE TABLE MODEL RA
dio and record player. $85.00. Call
2-3071. _
FOR SALE PRE-WAR FURNITURE.
Call after 4 p. m. We A or Thursday.
514 A Vance St., Maffitt Village.
SOLID MAHOGANY BED ROOM SUITE
with twin Hollywood beds. Box springs
and innerspring mattress. Call 7266.
FOR SALE - ONE DUOTHERM OIL
stove, 51” high, 28” wide, control valve,
A1 condition. One Superfex Oil Stove.
42” high 22’ wide, control valva, good
as new. One galvanized 82 gallon oil
tank. Phone 8742-W Wrightsville.
HOUSE TRAILERS—20 FEET. 24 AND
26. One nice milch cow. 3 1-2 gal.
per day. Trade with terms Creech
Trailer. Sales. Carolina Beach Bd.
HOUSE TRAILERS, FACTORY BUILT,
25 and 26 ft. Atlantic Gas Station, Car
olina Beach Road. _
GALLON OIL CANS. 30 gallon
garbage cans. Egg beaters. Hanging
scales, $5.95. Malted milk machines re
built and garanteed. New shipment of
iron safes, all sizes. Hobart meat grind
ers like new. Exhaust fans, in stock,
any sizl. brand new. High pedestal
fans at a bargain. 6 ft. show cases,
whole and half panel jobs. Candy and
cigarette cases. Large enamel coffee
pots Buckets with lids for boiling.
Counter, computing and baby scales.
Single and double hot plates. L. F.
Sollee. 902 Princess St._
ROACHES! ROACHES! KILL YOUR
Caches with Shepard Roach Powder
as thousands have. A*k ‘hem! I make
a sure bed-bug killer, try ‘t Joseph
C. Shepard. 317 South Second. Dial 945e
SLIP COVER AND DRAPERY
REMNANTS. 89c YD. EDWIN J.
FARRELLY AND CO., 302
north front._
SPENCER CORSETS AND BRASS^
iers designed. Mrs. Ramseur, 2019 Crea
sy Avenue. Dial 6214. .
FOR SALE: SET OF HILLERICH BRA
besby golf clubs with leather bag.
Three wood and five iron. Good as
new. 139 Woodlawn Ave.______
1 AIR COMPRESSOR, PRACTICALLY
new. May be seen after 4 p.m. at 1206
Castle. ___
WRINGER ROLLS. VACUUM CLEANER
parts to fit all makes. Dial 2-3562.
DOUBLE AND SINGLE ELECTRIC HOT
plates. L. F. Sollee, 902 Princess St.
ATTRACTIVE TALLIES, SCORE PADS
and place cards. Nancy Wilma Shop,
112 No. 2nd
70—For Sale
KATHERINE-K CORSETS. FOUND A
tions. Surgical: comfortable, stylish.
Call Mrs. Southerland 2-1871. Order
early.
SPECIAL ON BABY CARRIAGES. $25.00
and up. H. Berger and Son, 707 No.
4th St Dial 5128
THE BEST BUY IS TOP QUALITY
paint. Use nu-enameL We nave the
right kind for any Job. Thrlf-T-Stores,
Inc.. 25 Bo. Front St
NU-ENAMEL FOR THE BEST JOB CN
furniture and house painting. No brush
marks. One coat covers. Thompson Bl
cycle Co.. V Castle. Dial 2-3081.
CLOTHES BASKETS ™
METAE FRYING PANS
WORK CLOTHES
B. F. GOODRICH STORES
14 NORTH 3RD ST.
__DIAL 7560
RESTAURANT & HOTEL EQUIPMENT
Mixers, rood warmers, table silver,
dishes. C. B. Stemberger Equipment
Co. Phone 2-1766 1009 Princess.
SLIGHTLY USED 4 PIECE WALNUT
bedroom suite. Home Furniture Co. 23
Market St.
75.—Houshold Goods
FOR SALE PRE WAR FURNTURE. TWO
bedrooms and one three piece living
room suite. 139 Woodlawn Ave.
GAS STOVE: $35.00. COAlT CIRCULA
tor. $35.00. Chest of drawers. $15.00.
Other furnishings Phone 6046
SPECIAL: STANDARD SIZE BABY
cribs and Kant-wet mattresses. $24.95.
Carolina Furniture Co.. 617 North 4th
St Dial 4048.
run SALE — ESTATE HEATROLA,
practically new. Will heat 5 to 6 rooms,
can be seen at Murray’s Transfer, Wat
er St. Also baby crib and -springs. Ap
ply 109 Colonial Village.
REDUCED PRICE ON BABY PLAY
pens and baby cribs. Railroad Salvage
Co., 603 Castle. 2-3626.
NEW SHIPMENT: FIVE BURNER FLOR
ence oil ranges. Built-in oven. Castle
St. Furniture Co. Dial 6447
WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF
heater and cook stoves on display.
Come in and get yours early Carolina
Furniture Co.. 617 North 4tli St. Dial
4048.
12 AND 35 PIECE HAND PAINTED
dinner sets. Attractive patterns. Pen
der Furniture Co.. 28 South Front St.
SPECIAL — METAL FOOT LOCKERS.
82.00 each. Carolina Furniture Co. 617
North Fourth. Dial 4048.
SINGLE BEL INNERSPRING
MATTRESSES. $24.00 FELT
MATTRESS. $27.00. H. BERGER
AND SON FURNITURE CO.. 707
NO. 4TH ST. DIAL 5128.
WE HAVE A NEW SHIPMENT OF FELT
base congoleum rugs. 9 x 12 only.
84.95 Carolina Furniture Co.. 617 No.
4th St. Dial 4048
FOR SALE LIVING ROOM, BEDROOM
and kitchen furniture including ice box
and stove, at .sacrifice, leaving town.
Call 9709. __
FOR SALE, WOOD STOVE IN GOOD
condition. Phone 5920.
FOR SALE 3-PIECE LIVNG ROOM
suite. Telephone 7501.
FOR SALE LIVING ROOM RUG 9 BY 12.
Table and chair. 2417 Chestnut.
SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION OF So
lid maple breakfast suites. Home Furn
iture Co., 23 Market St.
JUST RECEIVED: SHIPMENT OF PRE
war Florence gas ranges People’s Furn_
■ iture Co.. North Front St.
SPECIAL! OCCASIONAL CHAIRS AND
rockers, spring filled construction. All
colors in tapestry. Jones Furniture, 18
So. Front. _ _
DON'T DELAY, GET YOUR CHRIST
mast gifts today. Childs rockers, chairs,
table sets and doll cradles. The Wil
mington Furniture Co. ’"The Old Rell
WE BUY AND SELL USED FURNI
ture. H. Evansen Furniture Exchange.
716 Castle. Dial 2-3809.
SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF BLANK
ets and comforts. Kosch Furniture CX>.
6th and Castle. Dial 5347.
FOR SALE: COMPLETE FURNISHINGS
of 8 room house including refrigerator
and baby furniture. See it between 2
5 p.m. 2129 Klein Road. Princess PI.
JUST RECEIVED: SMALL SHIPMENT
of living room suites with springs.
Sellers Furniture Co.. 911 No. 4th St.
Dial 7535.__
80—Houses For Sale
413 NUN STREET. 7 ROOMS AND BATH.
Recently renovated throughout. $4,000.
Consult J. L. Baldwin, 217 Princess
Street. Dial 2-3210:
FOR SALE
Four rooms and bath and
large garage with excellent
water system and lights lo
cated on Carolina Beach road
about 5 miles from town with
4.7 acres of good land. Priced
for quick sale and immediate
occupancy.
Hinton-Shew Realty Co.
213 Princess St. Dial 2-3734
Lewis P. Hinton - Richard A. Shew
BEAUTIFUL SIX ROOM BUN8ALOW,
Sunset Park. Excellent location. Private
/ owner. Phone 2-3967.__
821 NO. 3RD ST., SMALL BRICK
store; immediate possession. H. F.
Wilder. Phone 4932. _
GOOD BUYS
CLOSE IN
DOWN TOWN
Nine rooms and bath, corner
lot. Good section.
Ten room home, northern part
of town, close to business sec
tion. 2 baths. A really good
house.
Foster-Hill Realty Co.
Wm. M. Hill, Pres.
Salesmen
Edw. B. Ward - L. E. Allen
B. B. Bryan - J. H. Irving
12 ACRES IN HERMITAGE SUB-DIVI
sion .facing road connecting Castle
Haynes Road and Blue Clay Road, in
cluding two trailers, furnished: also
barn, sheds and stables. H. F. Wilder.
Phone 4932. _
FOR SALE
107 Hydrangea Place, Olean
der. Stucco, tile and brick
construction. 6 rooms, tile
bath, furnace heat. Hot water,
storm sheathed, garage, hard
wood floors. Large lot, South
ern exposure.
Wade Realty Co.
Realtors
205 Princess St.
911 MARKET ST., 9 ROOMS, 2 BATHS
new furnace. Lot 44x131; can assist
with financing. H. Wilder. Phone
80—Houses For Sale
223 SO. 2ND ST., CORNER HOME OF
8 rooms; splendid location for boarding
house; early possession. H. F. Wilder.
Phone 4932.
FOR SALE: NICE BUNGALOW, COM
pletely renovated, 4 large rooms, lights,
new out buildings. 88 acres of land. 20
minute drive from Wilmington. High
way frontage. N. A. Merritt. Dial 2-3376
FOR SALE
808 Old Wrightsville Road
Winter Park, attractive 5
room bungalow, all conveni
ences, pre-war construction.
Early possession. Seen by ap
pointment.
WADE REALTY CO.
Realtors
• 205 Princess
FOR SALE—SX ROOM HOUSE AT
tractively furnished including electric
refrigerator, gas stove. $850. Unfurnish
ed $500 down. F. H. A. financed. 210d
Klein Road
85—Help Wanted—Male
WAR VETERANS: EITHER SALES OR
soda fountain experience Open Air
Market, 4th and Chestnut
WANTED — ACCOUNTANT OR
COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER.
GENTLEMAN PREFERABLE,
HOWEVER A CAPABLE LADY
WOULD BE CONSIDERED.
STARTING SALARY UP TO $225
PER MONTH. VACATION WITH
PAY; ALSO ANNUAL SICK
LEAVE. ESSENTIAL INDUS
TRY. ALL REPLIES STRICTLY
CONFIDENTIAL. WRITE ”C.
E.” CARE OF STAR-NEWS
NOTICE TO EMPLOYERS AND WORK
ers. All workers, male and female, must
be hired under provision of the War
Manpower Commission’s Employment
Priorities Referrel Plan, all male work
ers and all in-migrant female workers,
must be hired through the local U. S.
Employment Service offices.
BARBERS WANTED. ORTON BARBER
Shop, 115 1-2 North Front Street.
WANTED
Pressroom Helpers
You can learn a well
paying trade — Perma
nent work. If you are a
floater please do not ap
ply, but if you want per
manent work and paid
while you learn
SEE MR. SKINNER
After 8 P. M. in Pressroom
STAR NEWS
WANTED: FIRST CLASS MEAT CUT
ter. Open Air Curb Market, 4th and
Chestnut.
BOYS WANTED — 16, 18
YEARS OF AGE. SOUTH
LAND MFG. CO., 2nd AND
GREENFIELD STREETS.
BARBER WANTED AT ONCE. WIRE OR
write A. M. Stevens, Whiteville, N. C,
90—Help Wanted—Female
WOMAN TO KEEP HOUSE. GOOD
hours and salary. Health certificate re
quired. See after 4 p. m. 601-B Raleigh
St., Maffitt Village.
WANTED LADY~TO DRIVE CAR, ALSO
white and colored girls to make and
wrap sandwiches. Apply 410 So. 18th.
WANTED: ONE HIGH SCHOOL TEACH
er for Leland school. Located 6 miles
from Wilmington. Transportation can
be arranged. Call Mr. Bullard 2-3388.
EXPERIENCED SALESLADY WANTED:
Millers ’Department Store. 711 North
4th.
A VERY OLD JEWELRY STORE
WISHES TO EMPLOY A LAD
AS BOOKKEEPER AND LIGHT
OFFICE WORKER WHO CAN
LEARN SALESMANSHIP.
WRITE “H7” CARE OF STAR
NEWS.
WANTED: WHITE GIRL TO WORK IN
dining room. Room, board and salary.
Dial 5711.
WANTED: COLORED GIRL TO HELP
make sandwiches. Apply Hot Shoppe,
806 So. 17th St.
WANTED: 3 WHITE GIRLS FOR CURB
service. Apply Hot Shoppe. 806 So. 17th.
HOUSF.WORKER FOR SMALL FAMILY
at Wrightsville Beach. Good pay. 8822
R. _
SERVICE MAN’S WIFE TO NURSE TWO
children, also light household duties.
Room, board and salary. Call 2-2680.
EXPERIENCED SERVANT FOR ALL
day work in private home indue,%ig
cooking. Off Thursday and Sunday at
3 o’clock. Good wages. Reference and
health certificate required. Dial 7379.
WANTED: 3 EXPERIENCED WAITRESS
es. USA Restaurant. 119 Market St.
4 COLORED GIRLS DISH WASHERS
USA Restaurant. 119 Market.
WANTED MIDDLE AGED WOMAN—
white or colored to keep house, stay
on lot. Family of three. Good salary.
Call Carolina Beach 2636 or apply
220 Carolina Ave., Carolina Beach.
2 SALESLADIES. PREFERABLY GRO
cery experience. Apply Open Air Curb
Market.
WANTED: WHITE MARKERS AND
aarters. Colored flatwork ironers. Shirt
and pants pressers. Also hand ironera
Ideal Laundry, Front and Orange.
COLORED PRESS AND FLAT WORK
operators. Coolest laundry in Wilming
ton. Snow White Laundry. 5th and
Wright St. ___
er and stenographer for permanent po
sition. Apply in own handwriting to
P. O. Box 671
WANTED SLIP COVER AND DRA
PERY MAKER. INEXPERIEN
CED NEED NOT APPLY. ED
WIN J. FARRLLY, 302 N.
FRONT. __
WANTED — COLORED OR WHITE
housekeeper. Apply 602 Dawson St.
WANTED—YOUNG LADY FOR GENER
al office work and stenographic work.
Apply P. O. B. 1271 or Dial 7138.
WANTED MAID FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Able to care for 2 small chil
dren. Good pay. Dial 5009.
WANTED COLORED GRL. APPLY 1017
South 4th.
WANTED — TYPIST. PERMANENT Po
sition. Only permanent resident need
apply. Toms Drug Store. Front and
Market St. _
WANTED — COLORED SERVANT FOR
general work in family of three adults.
Must have health certificate. 301 North
ern Boulevard, Sunset Park.
WANTED WOMAN FOR COOKING AND
general housework. Apply 102 Country
Club Blvd., Oleander.
WANTED MAID WITH HEALTH CERTI
ficate. Phone 2-2734.
WANTED AT ONCE — EXPERIENCED
beauty operator. Apply Mi Lady’s
Baauty Shop, 207 Murchison Bldg.
00—Help Wanted—Female
WANTED: YOUNG LADY TO LEARN
proofreading. Must be permanent res
ident. high school education, good char
acter and steady worker. Good hours
and permanent position if you qualify.
Write full particulars and give referen
_ ces to P. O. Box 126, Wilmington, N. C.
WANTED GIRL FOF GENERAL OFFICE
work. Apply 223 N. 7th.
95—Insurance
F. E LIVINGSTON & CO.
Mutual Insurance Real Estate
Wallace Bldg, Dial 6047
100—Instruction
SHIP DRAFTING. SHIP FITTING, ELEC
trical, mechanical engineering, rail
road and business courses. Write for
information. 400 other courses. L C.
S., Box 1983, Raleigh. N. C.
100— Instruction
MRS. MOTTE'S SECRETARIAL SCHOOL
313 Church Street. All commercial sub
jects taught. ■
101— Jewelry
Guaranteed Watch Repairing
Guaranteed Service
WILMINGTON JEWELRY SHOP
127 North Front St.—Across from P. O.
104— Loans
MONEY TO LOAN
On Diamonds Watcnes, Jewelry,
Silverware, Men’s Clothing,
Typewriters, Shotguns, Musical
Instruments and Anything ol
Value.
FINKELSTEIN’S LOAN OFFICE
“Wilmington’s Oldest and Largest”
Front and Market Streets
105— Lost and Found
BROWN MULE BROKE OUT OF En
closure on Rt. 1 at North Kerr Ave.
Has bad right hind leg. H. L. Peterson,
LOST — “A” GASOLINE COUPC
book. Finder please call T. E. Steel"
Phone 2-2898.
LOST — .1 LADIES’ ELGIN WRIST
watch Sat. Reward for finder. Mrs. T,
Glod, Castle Haynes, N. C.
LOST — BLACK BILL FOLD. DOWN
town district, finder keep money and
return papers and A and B gas cou
pons. Graham H. Russ. 1616 Dock St..
Phone 4775 or 22489.
LOST — NAVY-BLUE COIN PURSE IN
lobby of Murchison Bldg. Tuesday 3:45
or 4:00 p. m. Containing about $70.00.
Finder please return to 308 So. 2nd St„
Dial 4222. This was a soldier’s furlough
money. Reward.
LOST IN BRUNSWICK COUNTY: TWO
blue spotted fox hounds. Reward for
finder. Mr. D. R. Combs, 12-G Wesbitt
Court.
LOST: BILLFOLD CONTAINING SO
cial Security card, draft classification,
small amount money and ration book
No. 4. Finder please return papers to
F. D. Norris at Star-News.
LOST BROWN ALLEGATOR BILLFOLD
containing about $100.00. If found, call
5023. Reward offered.
LOST: ENGLISH BULL. FAWN”COLOR
black muzzle face. Weighs about $0
lbs. 106 Red Cross St. Phone 7406. Mrs.
S. D Polvogt, Reward.
LOST: SILVER^EAGLE HEAD PInToF
value to owner only for sentimental
reasons. Reward. Phone 2-3535.
LOST: "A" GAS BOOK. GEORGE~DA
vis. Route 1, Wilmington.
LOST: BIG RED~AND WHITE HOUND
dog. Finder call 2-1991 and receive
reward. Dog answers to name “Joe”,
110—Livestock
FOR SALE: FIVE ' GAITED SADDLE
horse, saddle an dbrldle. Phone 2-1793.
112—Machinery
ATTENTION FARMERS! JUST RECEIV
ed large shipment of tractor tires. See
us for your requirements. Marks Ma
chinery Company.
110-irluSlC
COME TO A. H. YOPP PIANO* CO. 20S
Princess St. for your sheet music, re
cords and musical supplies.
136—Poultry
BLOODTESTED BABY CHICKS. LEAD
ing breeds, hatches twice weekly.
Thousands on hand daily. Roudabush’i
Seed Store.
139—Radio and Repairs
WE BUY. SELL. REPAIR ANY KIND
of radio. Hufham’s Radio Shop. 517 No.
3rd. Dial 5397.
HOWARD RADIO CO.
All Work Fully Guaranteed
1027 So. 3rd St. Phone 4525
I HAVE TUBES AND PARTS FOR
your radio. Ragan’s Radio Service 722
No. 3rd St. _
BLAKE BROS.
RADIOS and REFRIGERATION
REPAIR SERVICE
520 Castle Dial 22790
150—Real Estate
BEAUTIFUL LOTS FOR SALE NEAR
■Winter Park on the Hoover Road. F. E.
Livingston, 240 Princess St. Phone 6047.
WE HAVE A FEW SMALL TRACTS OF
land on Myrtle Grove Sound. Geo. A
Biddle. 238 Princess. Dial 6931
W~ m! HEWLETT, REALTOR. LIST
your property with us. 214 Prinr“«!
St.. Dial 7138
WANT TO SELL? CASH FOR YOUR
property. Wm. R. Davis. 114 Princess
St., Dial 6118.__
WE SELL THE EARTH: rOSTER-HILL
Realty Co.. 112 Princess St. Dial 2-3371
LIST YOUR REAL. ESTATE WITH W
A. McGirt, Realtor. 215 Princess St.
MOORE-FON VIELLF REALTY 30. WE
are equipped to se-ve you.
FOR SALE- 76 ACRES OF LAND NEAR
Carolina Beach Road. Roy Wade, R. F.
D. 2, Box 249.
155—Seeds—Plants—Bulbs
VICTORY GARDEN SEeBs- BEANS.
kale mustard, rutabagas. Turnips, etc,
Collard, cabbage plants, fresh daliy,
Most complete stocks in state. Flower
pots, fertilizers, insecticides. Rouda
bush’s Seed Store. Corner Front and
Dock. _
rt-cmuziiii nit, wnsiu, wnis.
ley, vetch, winter peas, clover. Wood’s
Seed Store, 317 North Front. _
QUALITY-SEED
We Specialize In The Seeds
You Need
CROSS SEED CO.
19 Market StDial 6868
RICH SOIL FOR VICTORY GARDENS
and shrubbery. $2.50 a load deliver
ed. Phone 6083.
156.—Situations Wanted
EX SERVICE MAN WANTS JOB IF
electric repair shop. Have experience
in house wiring, installing fixture:
and outlets. Dial 7201.
SERVICE WIFE DESIRES POSITION
Experienced in general office work and
bookkeeping. Write J. S.. care of Star
News.
PRACTICAL NURSE DESIRES WORK
References furnished. Dial 7951.
160—Transfer and Storage
LOCAL - AND LONG DISTANCE MOV
ing We have ample facilities for crat
ing and packing. Dial 2-1703. Northro;
Transfer.
170.—Wanted
WANTED TO BUY: HOME IN GOOE
residential section. Must have more
than five rooms. Reasonable cash
price. Reply "M. J.” care Star News,
WANTED : ALL PEOPLE SUFFERING
kidney trouble or backbone to try
“Kido” 97c. Money back guarantee
at Saunders Drug Store or Brooklyn
Pharmacy,
170—Wanted
WANT COUPLE TO STAY IN HOUSE
with mother and small child. 1511
South 3rd.
2 GIRLS WANT NICE ROOM AND
board close in. Christine Conn, phone
2-8511 extension No. 31.
WANTED TO BUY GOOD USED PIANO.
Apply 711 So. 3rd or call 5490.
WANTED SMALL TRUNK. DIAL 2-1498.
WANTED—ALL KINDS OF USED rUR
niture and sewing machines. Cheap for
cash. Phone 4885.
WANTED
Listings of property for laic
anywhere in thi* vicinity. We
have the clients — expert
service.
MARSHALL REALTY CO.
210 Princess St
Property Management Sales.
Rentals
WANTED: CLOSE IN TWO ROOM FUR
nished apartment with heat and bath
for permanent couple. Write T. B., care
of Star-News.
WANTED TO” BUY OR RENT FROM
owner: 5 or 6 room house, suburban
section by railroad employee. Perman
ently located. Phone 4481.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY TUESDAY
July 25, Wednesday July 26, Friday.
July 23, Morning-Stars. Classified De
partment. Star-News. __
WAITED IMMEDIATELY: JULY 20.
1944 Star. Classified Dept. Star-Newi.
WANTED 3 BEDROOM HOUSE ?UR
nished. Write J A. R. Care of Star
News.
WANTED A 4 OR 5 ROOM UNFUR
nished apartment or house, permanent
ly located. Phone 6183.
180.—Legal
INUTILE Of SALE
North Carolina
New Hanover County.
In the Superior Court
City of Wilmington. N. C.. New Hanover
County and C. H. Morse. City-County
Tax Collector
VS.
Cary L .Carter, et al.
Under and by virtue of a Judgment of
the Superior Court of New Hanover
County entered in the above cause the
undersigned Commissioner will, at the
West door of the Court House in New
Hanover County, at Noon, the 16th day
of Ocober. 1944. offer for sale for cash
to the highest bidder the following lot or
parcel of land.
Beginning in the Southern line of
Queen Street at a point 165 feet East
wardly from the intersection of the
Southern line of Queen Street with
Eastern line of Twelfth Street; runs
thence Southwardly and parallel
wih Queen Street 32 feet: thence
Northwardly and parallel with
Twelfth Street 100 feet to the South
ern line of Queen Street; hence
Weswardly along the "Southern line of
Queen Street 32 feet to'the point of
Beginning, same being part of Lots
1 and Two in Block 70, according to
the official plan of the City of Wil
mington, North Carolina.
Dated and posted this the 13th day of
September, 1944.
C. D. HOGUE. Commissioner.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
NEW HANOVER COUNTY.
To All Whom These Presents Shall
Come—Greeting:
It being satisfactorily proven to the un
dersigned, Asst. Clerk of the Superior
Court of New Hanover County, that
Claude D. Orrell, late of said County, is
dead, without having made and pub
lished any last will and testament, and
it appearing that Peggy Orrell Wriggit is
entitled to the administration of the es
tate of the deceased and having qualified
as Administratrix according to law.
Now these are therefore to empower
the said Administratrix to enter in and
upon all and singular, the goods and
chattels, rights and credits, of the de
ceased, and the same to take into pos
session, wheresoever to be found, and
all the just debts of the said deceased,
to pay and satisfy, and the residue of
said estate to distribute according to law.
Witness my hand and the Seal of said
Court, this the 29th day of August, 1944.
LOIS J. WARD,
Asst. Clerk Superior Court, New
ti_r'/Nun+ir
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA: *
NEW HANOVER COUNTY:
Lois J. Ward, Asst. Clerk Superior
Court of New Hanover County, do here
by certify that the foregoing is a true
and correct copy of the original on file in
this office.
LOIS J. WARD,
^.sst. Clerk Superior Court, New
Hanover County.
STATE~OF NORTH CAROLINA:
COUNTY OF NEW HANOVER:
Sears, Roebuck and Company v*.
Mrs. M. W. Foster
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
SERVICE OF SUMMONS BY
PUBLICATION
The defendant, Mrs. M. W. Foster, will
take notice that an action entitled as
above has been commenced in the Su
perior Court of New Hanover County,
North Carolina, for the purpose of col
lecting the indebtedness due by the de
fendant to the plaintiff in this cause,
and in said action the plaintiff has at
tached property in New Hanover Coun.
iy. North Carolina, belonging to the de
fendant, and that the plaintiff upon re
covery q£ judgment for the indebtedness
herein due by the defendant will ask
the Court to condemn and sell property
of the defendant attached in this pro
ceeding, and the defendant will further
take notice that she is required to ap
pear at the office of the Clerk of the
Superior Court in the Court House in
Wilmington, North Carolina, on the 2nd
day of October. 1944, and then and there
answer or demur to the complaint in said
action, or the plaintiff will apply to the
court for the relief demanded in this
action.
Dated this 28th day of August, 1944.
A. L. MEYLAND,
Clerk Superior Court.
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
DISSOLUTION
To all Whom These Presents May
Come—Greeting:
WHEREAS: It appears to my satisfac
tion, by duly authenticated record of
the proceedings for the voluntary dissolu
tion thereof by the unanimous consent
of all the stockholders, deposited in my
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
Unique Welcome
HERE IS a sample of the welcome the
British troops received from the
Belgians when they liberated Brus
sels. It shows young Belgians ex
tending a warm welcome to Tom
mies from the cover of a slit trench
during the advance to Brussels. The
girls throw kisses at their Allied
liberators. (International)
10.—Legal.
office that THE BULLUCK HOSPITAL,
INC., a corporation of this State, whose
principal office is situated at No. 221
North Front Street, in the City of Wil
mington County of New Hanover State
of Norh Carolina (Mary Bell H. Bulluck
being the agent therein and in charge
thereof, upon whom process may be
served), has complied with the require
ments of Chapter Statutes, entitled “Cor
porations," preliminary to the issuing of
this Certificate of Dissolution:
NOW THEREFORE. I, Thad Eure. Sec
retary of State of the State of North
Carolina, do hereby certify that the said
corporaion did, on the 16th day of Aug
ust 1944 file in my office a duly executed
and attested consent in writing to the
dissolution of said corporation, executed
by all the stockholders thereof, which
said consent and the record of the pro
ceedings afpresaid are now on file in
my said office as provided by law.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I have
hereto set my hand and affixed my
official seal at Raleigh, this 16th day
of August, A. D. 1944.
THAD EURE,
Secretary of State.
KINSTON PLACED
OUT OF BOUNDS
CAMP LEJEUNE. Sept. 12.—UB
—The entire city of Kinston h»»
been placed out of bounds to serv
ice personnel stationed at this
Marine Corps base under a special
order issued today.
The order, effective Friday and
attributed to veneral infections
contracted in Kinston, exempts
military police on duty there, mar
ried military or naval personnel
residing in Kinston when provided
with a pass, and military or naval
personnel performing official
duties when provided with a
Special pass.
Military and naval personnel
traveling through the city by bus
must purchase transportation to
some point beyond and, if disem
barking, shall not leave the limits
of the bus station. Military and
naval personnel passing through
Kinston in private automobiles
shall confine themselves to state
highways and shall disembark cei
ly in cases of emergency.
The order stated that "due to
the high rate of veneral infection
contracted by members of this
command in the city of Kinston,
it has become necessary to place
that city out of bounds for mem
bers of this command." . '
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NEW ORLEANS SPOT
NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 12.—</P)—
Spot cotton closed steady 75 cents
a bale higher today. Sales 9,584.
Low middling 17.92, middling 21.32,
good middling 21.72, receipts 8,402,
stock 315.985.
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HOGS
RALEIGH, Sept. 12—(fl—(NCDA)
—Hog markets steady with tops
of 14.40 at Clinton and Rocky
Mount, and 14.65 at Richmond.
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
WANTED
I
Two (2) Mechanics
Helpers
THE SPRINGER COAL CO.
18th and Dawson
Auto
Loans
No Parking Trouble
Drive Right In —
Any Make — Any Model
10 Minute Service
COFER MOTOR
FINANCE CO.
Back of Cape Fear Hotel
On Second Street
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CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
Let’s all eat
with
Jesse James
Barbecue —
Sea Foods
Masonboro
Loop Near
^'skev Creek
LADIES WANTED
Sewing Machine
Operators
Inspectors
Southland M£g. Co.
Blocks Cantfade Shirts
2nd and Greenfield Sts.
Read The Classified Ads
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AUTO LOANS - FINANCING
New Address
214 S. Front St.f Wilmington, N. C.
M. & J. Finance Corporation
P. O. Box 1446 Phone 2-2285
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Beautiful Home FOR SALE
GLEN ARDEN
Two story frame, six rooms, powder room and
tile bath. Hardwood floors throughout and equipped
with Lenox Air*Flo Oil Automatic Heating Plant. Lot
size 70x200 and brick garage separate. Beautiful lawn
and shrubbery.
Priced reasonably and terms can be arranged.
FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL
WILLETTS REALTY CO.
Hooper Johnson - Seig Goodman, Sales Dept.
Phones 5233 - 5234 124 Princess St.

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