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Dept ura display copy must be In tlu ifele^re 5 p. «• ““ 1 * m gatunwj- ----- —' tLAStsIFIED INDEX 1— Announcements. 2— Automotive g^Cflircpractor. ?M)rfsellers-Stationers. 11— Builders. i7—Builders Supplies 13_Business Opportunities 14- Business Service. -■s—Business Sites jjlcieaners—Dyers. ^coatwood-Fuel OIL 20-Dairy Products. 12— Dancing. 33—Dogs—Cats—Pets. ^Icry8 Cleaning—Pressing. 41- Eatables. 42- Eating Places. 45—ElectricaL 48— Feeds. 49- Pinanclil. 58-Floor I mishers. 51_Florist. 52—For. Ren. £3—For Rent At Resorts. 15— For Rent- Apartments. 68—For Rent—Rooms, 63-Room and Board. 65—For Rent-Houses. "70—For Sale. 73-Hardware. 75—Household Goods. 88-Houses For Sale. 85-Help Wanted—Male. 90-Heip Wanted—Female. 90-Insurance. ICC—Instruction. 101- Jewelry. 102- Laundry. 104- Loans. 105— Lost and Found. 110— Livestock. 111— Miscellaneous. 112— Machinery. 118-Music. 120- Office Equipment. 121- Office For Rent 125- Paint-Papering. 126- Plumbing—Heating. 127- Printing. 130—Profession^. 135- Personal. 136- Poultry. 139—Radio and Repairs. 150—Reai -state. 152-Retrigeration Service. 155- Seeds-Plants—Bulbs. 156- Situations Wanted. 157- Shoes. 160- Transfer and Storage. 161- Typewriters. 170-Wanted. l-.\nnouncement* "WANT TO HEAR AGAIN? THEN come it and see our new Zenith Ra dionic Hearing Aid. No charge foi demonstration. Hall’s Drug tore. 5th and Castle. _ IFF HAVE PLENTY OF NEW TUBBS in stock, ail sizes. Wenberg Bros,, 3rd and Grace. Z-Automotlve ONE 1935 CHEVROLET FOR SALE, Good tires, Phone 6200 on 413 South 16th St. BEING YOUR TIRES TO US FOR EX pert recapping and repairing. Yarbor. "ugh Oil Co., Sunset Park. Dial 5112. FOR SALE: ONE 1937 AND ONE 1940 Ford. 1 1-2 ton stake trucks. Ceiling prices. Mark’s Machinery. WF INSTALL SHATTER-PROOF GLASS in automobiles. Robert* Auto Ex change, 519 South 13th. WANTED TO BUY 1937 TO 1941 ALL make cars. Call C. H. Spooner W7S. SGTTHSIDE GARAGE. 1219 SO. 2ND. IF your car needs repairing, bring it to us. All work guaranteed. Also body work, C. C. Cahoc. WE PAV ALL Thai OPA CEILING will permit ior clean car* MacMil itan Buick Co., ,08 No 2nd. Dial 9574. 1910 PONTIAC “8” FORDOR SEDAN, radio, heater and real good rubber. Harris Haskett. Dial 2-2487. PASSENGER CAR ~ TIRES REPAIRED and recapped. Reid’s Tire Service, 216 Market St. Chevrolet, Oldsmobile, Cadillac Sales and Service RANEY CHEVROLET CO. *06 Princess St. Dial 3651 TOP PRICES PAID On Alt Used Cars. J. T. BARKER Next to Cape Bear Hotel CiSH TOR YOUR CAR. WE BUY AND - n80.?1 U6cd cars' Howell Motor Co. J N°»h Third Street. *ALSENGER CAR TIRES RECAPPED , 'ePaired- Akron Tire Company. J North Third Street. 1-Chiropractor ^e°AGHE', BACKACHE. NERVOUS ern r,Dm Mar£ J' Dayton, 512 South -fll1 Balding. Phone 2-0128. '■—Builders Supplies vSAVE~MONEy' ON YOUR Rockb\v7yeTS' Then let ut f‘l£ure on will Insulation, it costs little. 11 776 you money. Dial Becker’s *°toCsE: nSASIV DOORS. BLINDS WIN Bolumu? r . Trames S'166115. burned Ped Sh„; Sabi,nets’ OMest, 3est Equip Dmilg to City. Roderick and Land! ^^^"deltvered TO YOUR 5562an,It- S “tt ° C0m --- vyimi turn Lies kai'dTe5, ASSOCIATE WANTED TC 'ial service "^ 61® housinS and finan c'd bvmail tv,?™? Wilmington area ^stment „< r«,Uf?out United States Sox 226 WrishtS1,m° Jequired- Write Box 114' r. ^htsville Beach, N. C. 01 —iilj^tamsville, N. Y. rs;,£pSs7is «sri^ * Claasai^Ai 45—Electrical MASON ELECTRIC CO. Electric Contractors 107 North 3rd St. pm e7u 48—Feeds ■ BORROW MONEY BY MAIL FOR BUY lng, selling, building, repairing re" financing property any where, also foi needs, feed stock, equipment etc. All other purposes. Interest from 3 per cent yearly. Repayment to 4( years. Write Box 226, Wrightsville Eureka, N. y' . 01 Interstate Housing, I F“L.L ° .PEP MASHES QUAKER dairy rations, auggered Schumacher. Scratch Grams, Dog Food, Rabbit i Food-Goat Food. etc. J. J. Allen and Son. Dial 5762. TUXEDO FEEDS Th# Feeder’s Silent Partner _CROSS SEED CO. 51—Florist * CUT FLOWERS, POT PLANTS, COZt sages. funeral designs. Quick deliveries. Blossom Shop, 31 South Front Dial 6030. 55—For Rent—Apartments FURNISHED 2 ROOM APARTMENT. 513 Chestnut St. Phone 4333. * LOVELY FURNISHED APT. TO QUIET sober couple. 2100 Market. FOR RENT: FURNISHED APARTMENT by year' to quiet responsible couple. Forest Hills. Dial 5723. ONE AND TWO ROOM FURNISHED apartments, Kures Beach. Fisherman’s Paradise. J. B. Hales. 317 Grace. FOR RENT: THREE ROOM FURNISHED apartment. Call 8542 any time after 7 p.m. and all day Sunday. 60—For Rent—Rooms DESIRABLE BEDROOM FOR REFINED sober person. Heat. Next to bath. 19 Brookwood Ave. Dial 4503 after 3 p. m. FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT, KIT chcn privileges. 407 So, 2nd St. LARGE ROOM NEXT TO BATH. FRI vate home. Heat, continuous hot wat er. 20 North Van Buren. Sunset Park. Phone 2-2590. FURNISHED BEDROOM IN PRIVATE home for refined couple or working giris. 311 Walnut St. BEDROOM AND KITCHEN FOR RENT. Good location. Phone 7513. 2 LOVELY BEDROOMS PRIVATE HOME furnace heat. All modern convenien ces. Kitchen privileges if desired. De sirable for 2 girls. Reasonable. 1819 Woolcott. Dial 2-2289. FOR RENT—PRIVATE ROOMS — SIN gle or double. 220 N. 2nd St. ATTRACTIVELY FURNISHED BED room in private home. Apply 416 South Front St. ROOM FOR RENT TO WORKING GIRLS or men. Write "Room”, care of Star News. NICELY FURNISHED BEDROOM WITH i twin beds. Business girls preferred. Ap . ply 416 South Front Street. FURNISHED HEATED BED ROOM, walking distance of shipyard, couples or gentlemen. Dial 2-2012. ROOMS WITH COOKING PRIVILEGES. 1-2 Princess. 113 1-2 Market. J. B. Hales, 317 Grace. ROOMS FOR MEN AND WOMEN, SEM1 hotel accommodations. White House Inn, corner 4th and Walnut St 65—For Rent—Reuses FOR RENT—FURNISHED COTTAGE ON Greenville Sound. Lights and water fur nished. $30.00 per month to permanent residents. Dial 8. Call 8771-W. FOR RENT: WRIGHTSVLLE BEACH7 Three bedroom house, nicely furnished, attractive, clean, comfortable for win ter use. Dial 8, and call 8884-R. 70—-For Sale ONE “UNIVEX” 8MM. CINE MOVIE camera. 2670-B Jefferson St. Riverside Apts. TWO WATER HEATERS—ONE GAS and one coal. Bed springs. 802 Orange St. ELECTRIC SEWING MACHINE FOR sale. Can be seen at Home Furniture Co. 23 Market St. REMINGTON PORTABLE TYPEWRIT - er $40.00; cash register $35.00; electric range $75.00; one 9)-lb. anchor, one an chor windlass, one yacht siren, used life jacket. Carl Winner, 212 4th Ave Carolina Beach. ROYAL TYPEWRITER, PERFECT CON dition, $75.00. Room 35 Odd Fellow* Building. Phone 5113. PRE-WAR ALL WICKER BASSINETTE for sale. $15.00. Wrightsville 8733R. FOR SALE—PALACE TRAILER, 18 FT Perfect condition, good tires. 2011 Brandon Road, 1942 MODEL EIGHTEEN FOOT FACTO ry built house trailer. Good condition. $575.00. Salmon’s Grocery, Princess St. Road. DOING YOUR FLOORS OVER? WE have Nu-Enamel cleaners, stains, and varnishes for the best job. Thrlf-T Stores, Inc., 29 South Front St FOR SALE—ABOUT TWENTY-FIVE hundred or three thousand brick. If interested phone 2-3730, 224 North 5th St.__ FOR SALE—48 INCH EXHAUST FAN, 2 gas circulators, one 10 case Coca-Co la box, like new. Phone 2-1398. PREFABRICATED TOURIST CABINS from $159 also homes, garages and agricultural buildings. Easy monthly payments. No down payment plan available. Write Box 228. Wrightsvile Beach, North Carolina. _ CLARINET FOR SALE. GOOD CONDI tion and reasonable. Dial 6316. FOR SALE: DOLL HOUSE, PERFECT condition. Dial 4442. FOR SALE ONE 18 FT. TRAILER. PRICE $300.00 furnished. Brown Bark Trailer Park. ___ RESTAURANT COMPARTMENT PLATES dinner plates, platters, cups, saucers, table silver, electric potato peelers, food warmers, glass washers. C. B. Stern berger Equipment Co., Phone 2-1766. 1009 Princess.__ ELECTRIC HEATERS, 14” $10.00. CAN openers, 15c; biscuit pans, 50c; roil warmer $25.00; large cookie sheets $l oo. heavy white enamel roasters *2.ao, i new 4 ft. show case, also six hanging and counter scales, 4 cafe tablea with bent wood chairs, rebuilt treadle ajhgei sewing machine, 2 used electric^ coff percolators, 1 pop up toast master i? cafe, tin tubs and buckets, flaahll®ht* and batteries, new shipmen of smab iron safes, oyster knives, 6 ft. dry dnnk box, ceiling, exhaust and stand fans. t calico ono ‘Princess. FOR SALE: SLIGHTLY DAMAGED 210 lb. asphalt shingles. Bargain price. Dial 5647,_ '___ HOUSE TRAILERS GLroER. LKSHT house. Palace. Terms it desired. Mar ket Street Rd. Trailer Camp._ "for yOUR SPENCER DR?SSAND medical garment, call Mrs. Parker, 8818 M. ____ FOR SALE- FOR CASH, NEWIRGN fireman. Write “Iron Fireman , care oi Star-News._____ CLOTHES BASKETS METAL FRYING PANS WORK CLOTHES B. F GOODRICH STORE* 14 NORTH 3RD ST. DIAL 7560__ NU-ENAMEL FOR THJt BE=r cycle Co., 702 Castle. Dial 2-3061. SPENCER SUPPORTS AND RR£!®; iers designed. Mrs. Ramseur. 201# Crea sy Avenue. Dial __ ’ globe slicersTs^itarv^cales meat choppers, electric chicken pickers. We buy a used equipment. Stroud s sucmg chine Exchange. Charlotte. N. C. 70.—For Sale. AIR COMPRESSOR, ALL SIZES, FAC tory shipments, terms If desired. Write Ben H. Dixon, Rocky Mount. SPENCER INDIVIDUALLY DESIGNEE supports for healthful, restful posture For appointment, call Mrs. J. B. Rober son, 2-8025 2-3718. BLANKETS~AND_COMFORTS." LEVIN! furniture, formerly Kosch Furniture Co SELECT YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFT NOW While our stocks are complete, us( our lay-away plan. Nancy Wilma Shop 112 No. 2nd 3t. WRINGER ROLLS VACUUM CLEANET parts to fit all makes. Dial 2-3562, KATHERINE-K CORSETS, FOUNDA tions Surgical* comfortable, stylish Call Mrs. Southerland 2.1(71. Ordci early ROACHESI ROACHES1 KILL YOU! roaches with Shepard Roach Powdei as thousands have. A«k them! I maki a sure bed-bug killer, try it Josept C. Shepard. 317 South Second. Dial 0451 !«/•-uuuisuviu vxuuua FOR SALE — OL CIRCULATOR, : gal. tank oil, Frigidalre, ice box, 211 Orange. Dial 9868. FOR SALE — TWO ROOMS OF FURNI tute. Must be disposed of by Thurs day. 105 Church St. HOLLYWOOD BED COMPLETE FOT sale. Can be seen 109 Lake Forest Parkway after 5:30 p. m. COME IN AND SEE OUR COMPLETE line of dolls and toys for Christmas Select your gifts now while our stock is complete. Carolina Furniture Co., 811 North 4th St. Dial 4048. WF. HAVE A BEAUTIFUL LINE OI breakfast suites and bedroom furni ture. Come in and select yours while our stock is complete. Carolina Furni ture Co., 617 North 4th. Dial 4048. JUST ARRIVED; A NEW SHIPMENT of felt base congoleum rugs at $4.91 Carolina Furniture Co., 617 North 4th Dial 4048. WE HAVE A NICE SELECT\)N OF M1R rors, period, modern and ovals. Pen der Furniture Co., 28 Sauth Front St JUST RECEIVED: UNFINISHED DRESS ing tables, chenille bedspreads, and rollaway cots. Jones Furniture Co., It So. Front. JUST ARRIVED A NEW SHIPMENT of 5 burner Boss Oil Ranges. Home Furniture Co., 23 Market St. SEE OUR NEW DISPLAY OF 8 PIECI mahogany twin bed bedroom suites Home Furniture Co. 23 Market St. WE BUY AND SElZ" USED FURNI ture. H. Evansen Furniture Exchange 716 Castle. Dial 2-3809. VISIT OUR LAMP MART. COLONIAL and modern lamps, complete with silk and hand decorated shades. Wilming ton Furniture Co. LARGE SELECTION OF WOOD AND coal heaters. We deliver and Install Railroad Salvage Co., 603 Castle. JUST ARRIVED! FOLD AWAY BEDS and metal folding cots. Home Furnitun Co.. 23 Market St. SPECIAL ON BABY CARRIAGES. $25.01 and up. H. Berger and Son, 707 No 4th St Dial 5128 NEW SHIPMENT MAPLE LIVING ROOM furniture, just received. Sutton-Councll A KNOX COAL AND WOOD MEAL master w'11 take care of your cooking problems. Railroad Salvage Co., 601 Castle St.__ COAL HEATERS, ALL KINDS CpAl and wood ranges. Wood cook stoves, Castle St. Furniture Co. Phone 6447. JUST RECEIVED: SMALL SHIPMENT of living room suites with springs Sellers Furniture Co„ 911 No. 4tb St Dial 7535._ LINOLEUM RUGS PRICE $5.95 WARD ROBES $38.00. H. BER GER & SONS. 707 N. 4TH ST DIAL 5128. 80—Houses For Sale FOR SALE MIDDLE SOUND 9 acres, 400 ft. water front. 40 bearing fruit trees, grape vines. 5 room house. If you want a real nice coun try home, this is it. GEO. A. BIDDLE L. L. King * Richard Lewis Rbland Dixon 232 Princess Dial 7901 223 SO. 2ND ST., CORNER HOMS Ol 8 rooms; splendid location for down town Boarding house; early possession H. F. Wilder, Phone 4932. for sale 318 South 2nd St. 10 rooms and 2 baths. $6,500.00 also 620 South 3rd St. GEO. A. BIDDLE L. L. King - Richard Lewis Roland Dixon 232 Princess Dial 7901 204 NO. 6TH ST., TWO FAMILY HOMI of nine rooms and two baths, closi to schools and down town section terms. H. F. Wilder, Phone 4932. FOR SALE 808 Old Wrightsville Road at Audubon, nice roomy comfort ably modern home, 5 rooms and bath, hardwood floors, pre war construction. Immediate possession. Wade Realty Co. Realtors 205 Princess St. LET US BUILD YOUR COTTAGE B’ the sea. Wrightsville Beach area o Carolina Beach. Prices from $595 in eludes lot and cottage. Easy month! terms. No down payment plan avail able. Then when restrictions are lift ed we will build your year round horn for you. Homes and other structure built anywhere. Prefabricated, ready cut or custome built. Write Box 22* Wrightsville Beach, N. C., or Interstat Housing, Eureka, N. Y. FOR SALE 706 Northern Extension Carolina Beach Ocean Front Completely furnished including electric refrigerator Priced to sell. Immediate Pos session. GEO. A. BIDDLE L. L. King - Richard Lewis Roland Dixon 232 Princess Dial 790! 80—Rouses For Sate 911 MARKET ST., 9 ROOM RESIDENCE with 2 baths and new furnace; lot 44 x 131; house in excellent condition. H, F. Wilder, Phone 4932. 1016 NO. 4TH STREET, 5 ROOMS. DEEP lot, good business location. Consult J. L. Baldwin, 217 Princess Street. Dim! 2-3210. * FOR SALE This beautiful brick home. An ideal location. 1319 Princess St. A home for the most discrim inating buyer. HUGHES & MORTON 1 W. T. Swink, Associate Wallace Bldg. 3rd & Princess Dial 7691 8 ROOM, TWO STORY, RESIDENCE AT Audubon, recently reconditioned and ready for immediate occupancy; lot 7Ux 280; very reasonable price and terms. H. F. Wilder, Phone 4932. 1739 CAROLINA AVE., 5 ROOM BUNGA low at very reasonable price, early possession. H. F. Wilder. Phone 4932. FOR SALE: NICE 3'JNGALOW, COM pletely renovated, 4 large rooms, lights, new out buildix.gs, 88 acres of land, 20 minute drive from Wilmington. High way frontage. N. A. Merritt. Dial 2-3376 FOR SALE: BRICK BUNGALOW, MAR ket St., road, large lot. 1107 So. 6th St., 8 rooms, $3,300,00. Terms. W. M. Hewlett, Realtor, 214 Princess St Dial 7138. 85.—Help Wanted—Male WANTED NEWS AGENTS ~ON TRAIN. Ex-service men preferred. Apply News Stand, Coast Line Depot. BUSINESS ASSOCIATE WANTED — Male or female, to handle a complete housing and financial service covering Wilmington area and by mail through out United States. Investment of $1,000 required. Write Box 226, Wrights ville Beach, N. C. or Box 114, Gra hamsville, N. Y. BARBER WANTED AT ONCE. WIRE OR write A. M. Stevens, Whiteville. N. C. WANTED: TWO SALESMEN. EXPERI ence not necessary. Apply Gulf Oil Corp., 201 No. 3rd St. 7822. WANTED: FIRST CLASS MEAT CUT ter. Open Air Curb Market, 4th and Chestnut. WANTED: MAN TO DO GENERAL RE pair work on used furiture, stoves, heaters and paint work. Dial 6956 week days. WANTED: COLORED MAN BETWEEN 18 and 45 years of age to do janitor work and to learn servicing machines. Permanent employment to right party. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 304 North Front St. REPRESENTATIVE WANTED. MALE OR female. Full or part time. Day or evening work. To sell prefabricated, ready cut or custom built homes from $159 up. By personal contact and by mail, all other types of structure. Also handle general financing and re lated housing matters. Excellent income as franchised dealer. Write Box 226. Wrightsville Beach, N. C., or Inter state Housing, Eureka, N. Y. NOTICE TO EMPLOYERS AND WORK er». All workers, male and female, must be hired under provision of the War Manpower Commission’s Employment Priorities Referrel Plan, ail male work ers and all in-migrant female workers, must be hired through the local U. S. Employment Service offices._ 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 90.—Help Wanted—Female WANTED OFFICE GIRL~ APPLY 12a Princess. . SALES LADIES WANTED. — APPLY Smart-Thrifty Shoppe. WANTED SALESLADY WITH SOME experience. Apply Clark’s Credit Cloth iers, 219 No. Front. WANTED IMMEDIATELY COLORED workers for general laundry work. Ap ply 408 North Front St. California Laundry. STENOGRAPHER WANTED FULL OR part time, home or office. Day or eve ning. Typewriter furnished. Write PFK care of Star-News, Wilmington, N. C. SALESLADY for ladies ready to wear. Sales ability and willingness to learn more essential than experi ence. Apply to WAHL’S pEPT. STORE 214 N. Front Street COUNTER GIRLS WANTED WITH OR without experience, good hours good pay, if willing to work. 512 No. 3rd St., or Ideal Grill, No. 4th St., at Whole sale market. FOUR LADIES WANTED IMMEDIATELY for sales work. $40.00 per week up tc those who qualify. Apply after 12 noon to Mr. Etfans, 316 North Front St. LADY WANTED TO ANSWER TELE phone and do some typing, good salary and working hours. Dial 9625, ask for Mr. McCormick. YOUNG LADY with knowledge of bookeeping f and shorthand and typing for t office in ladies ready to wear ' store. Salary commensurate with ability. Apply to t • WAHL’S DEPT. STORE j 214 N. Front Street ■ WANTED: DISHWASHER. SANITARY Cafe, 107 Grace St. WANTED: WHITE WOMAN FOR DIN ing room work, room, board and salary. Dial 5711. LADY FOR CASHIER OR SALK work. Apply Open Air Market. 4tt and Chestnut. ALTERATION LADY Wanted for sewing room in la dies ready to wear store. Ap ply to WAHL’S DEPT. STORE !l HI4 N. Front Street WANTED: SALESLADIES, SINGLE OR married Age sixteen to fifty. Apply to manager. H: L, Green Co. WANTED AT ONCE: 2 HIGH SCHOOL teachers. Write Glenn M. Tucker, Prin cipal, Bolivia High School. Bolivia. N.C. WHITE STATION OPERATORS AND laundry checkers. High school educa tion, with or without experience. Snow White Laundry. 5th and Wright St. WANTED: WHITE MARKERS AND sorters. Colored flatwork ironers. Shirt and pants, pressers. Also hand Ironers. Ideal Laundry. Front and Orange. COLORED PRESS AND FLAT WORK operators. Coolest laundry in Wilming ton. Snow White Laundry. 5th and Wright St. WANTED: HOUSE KEEPER AND MAID Apply in person at Heller’s Military Shop. 2nd and Chestnut Sts. WANTED—Young lady ex perienced in newspaper advertising copy layout and sales .to service fashion stores and other accounts. See Mr. Allegood at Star News today. 95—Insurance F. E LIVINGSTON & CO. Mutual Insurance Real Estate Wallace Bldg. Dial 6047 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 Watches, Jewei-y Silverware, Men’s Clothing, Typewriters, Shotguns, Musical Instruments and Anything of Value. FINKELSTEIN’S LOAN OFFICE “Wilmington's Oldest and Largest” Front and Market Streets 105— Lost and Found LOST AN EISENBERG CLIP. OF great sentimental value, Saturday night in a taxi. Finder please call 7433. Reward. LOST AT DRY DOCK BLACK BILL fold containing A gasoline ration book, social security card, drivers license and other important papers. Finder may keep money but return others to J. L. Hudson, Field Office, Dry Dock. 110—Livestock FOR SALE: PONIES AND HORSES. Horses for rent by the hour. Bill Cole Stables. Dial 9710. 118—Music COME TO A. H. YOPP PIANO CO. 209 Princess St. for your sheet music, le cords and musical supplies. 125—Paint—Papering HOUSE PAINTING. JOBS. LARGE OR small, inside and out. Dial 7628. 136—Poultry BLOODTESTED BABY CHICKS. LEAD, tag, breeds, hatches twice weekly. Thousands on hand dally. Roudabush’a Seed Store. 139—Radio and Repairs HOWARD RADIO CO. All Work Fullj Guaranteed 1037 So. 3rd St.Phone 4M6, blake bros! RADIOS and REFRIGERATION REPAIR SERVICE 520 Castle Dial 22790 WE BUY SELL. REPAIR ANY KIND ol radio. Hufham’* Radio Shop. 517 No. 3rd. Dial 5397 I HAVE TUBES AND PARTS FOR your radio. Ragan’s Radio Service 722 No. 3rd St. 150.—Real Estate. FOR SALE: 37 1-2 ACRES OF LAND, 10 acres cleared, good farm land. Plen ty of wood. 4 room house on highway 303. Reasonably priced. Sea Thomas C. Beck, Bolivia, N. C. WE HAVE A FFVS SMALL TRACTS OF land on Myrtle Grove Sound. Geo. A Biddle, 238 Princess. Dial 6931 WE SELL THE EARTH: FOSTER-HILL Realty Co.. 112 Princess St. Dial 2-3371 WANT TO SELL? CASH FOR YOUR property, Wm. R. Davis 114 Princess St.. Dial 6118 LIST YOUR REAL. ESTATE WITH W A. McGirt, Realtor. 215 Princes* St. MOORE-FONVIELLK REALTY CO. WE are equipped to serve you. 155— Seeds—Plants—bulbs HAVE A GREEN WINTER LAWN: Plant winter grass now. free planting instructions. Complete stocks vegetable seeds. Cabbage plants fresn daily, fer tilizers, flower pots, Roudabush’s Seed Store, corner Front and Dock. RICH SOIL FOR VICTORY GARDENS and shrubbery. 82.50 a load deliver ed. Phone 6083. QUALITY SEED We Specialize In The Seeds YoB Need CROSS SEED CO. 19 Market St Dial 6868 ABRUZZ1 RYE, WHEAT. OATS, BAR ley, vetch, winter peas, clover. Wood’s Seed Store, 317 North Front. 156— Situations Wanted POSITION WANTED. PRACTICAL nurse. Day or night, address P. O. Box 352, City.__ an i-uuvva MEN’S SHOE REPAIRING. NEW FAC tory damaged shoes. No stamp required. Ideal shoe shop, 18 South 2nd St. 160— Transfer and storage LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE Mov ing We have ample facilities for crat ing and packing. Dial 2-1703. Northrop Transfer. 161— Typewriters TYPEWRITER. PHONE 2-2143._ 170.—Wanted WANTED; GOOD USED UPRIGHT Pl ano or spinet type. Write P. O. Box 442. __ WANTED TO RENT IMMEDIATELY AN electric refrigerator. Phone 2-2369. WANTED — ONE OR TWO FAMILY house or building lot. Wilmington area or beaches. Also furnished apartment. Kindly mail details Box K-ll, Care Star-News, Wilmington, N, C. WANTED: SECOND HAND FLOOR sanding machine. Will pay cash. Phone Hiatt or Harding. 6626. WE PAY CASH FOR ALL MAKES OF sewing machines. Singer Sewing Ma chine Co.. 304 No. Front St. Dial 5526. WILL PAY CASH FOR GOOD USED car or will trade direct from owner. Phone 2-8082 before 2:30 p. m. WANTED Listings of property tor cale anywhere in this vicinity. We have the client* — expert service. MARSHALL REALTY CO. 210 Princess St Property Management, Sales, Rentals 170.—Wanted WANTED; LARGE COAL CIRCULATOR, suitable for hgating six rooms, good condition. Cash. Write “RJC”. care of Star-News. WANTED VANITY. PHONE 7855. WANTED; ALL PEOPLE SUFFERING kidney trouble or backbone to try “Kido” 97c. Money back guarantee at Saunders Drug Store or Brooklyn Pharmacy. W ANTED: IMMEDIATELY SEVERAL Copies Sept. 15th Morning Star — Circulation Dept. Star-News. WANTED IMMEDIATELY: MORNING Star, Sept. 14. 1944. Classified Depart ment Star-News. WANTED^ — TO-BUY LATE MODEL pre-war gas range. Dial 5676. 180.—Legal TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Office-of District Supervisor, Alcohol Tax Unit. Bureau of Internal Revenue, Baltimore Maryland. Date of publication. October 11, 1944. Notice is hereby given that one 1936 Oldsmobile Coach. Motor No. F537385; 1935 International Truck. Motor No. HD-48896, and 1937 Ford Pick-up Truck, Motor No. 18-3584793, with acces sories. will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, at MacMil lan and Cameron Company, Wimington, North Carolina, at 11:00 A. M., on Octo ber 21, 1944, pursuant to forfeiture un der Section 3724, Internal Revenue Code. R. E. Tuttle. District Sunervisor. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Roofing and roof painting Asbestos Siding ' Any kind of carpenter work R. B. WARREN Estimates Free Dial 2-0129 We WILL PAY CASH FOR YOUR USED CAR RANEY Chevrolet Co. 4th & Princess Dial 9621 ^___ WANTED YOUNG LADIES 17 to 27 high school educa tion, touch typists lor clerical positions Western Union Tel egraph Company. Apply A. R. Gallup, Manager Wilming ton office. If You Need MORE MILK write E. P. Davis P. 0. Box 1556 Wilmington, N. C. Robeson Dairies Products Co. WANTED ELECTRIC REFItyGERATOR SERVICE NAN Outside work. Must own, car. 48 hour week, over time and good pay. Write "SERVICE NAN" Care of Star-News AUTO LOANS ANY MAKE • ANY MODEL 10-Minute Service Drive in to borrow or to pay— No Parkins Trouble. GOFER MOTOR FINANCE CO. Back of Cape Fear Hotel Op 2nd St. Open 9-5 Phone 2-1956 / Jet Expert .... mmmmmKsm Recently decorated for his part In developing jet-propelled air craft, Brig. Gen. Benjamin W. Chidlaw, above, of Washington, D. C., now heads the U. S. 12th Air Force Fighter Command, operat ing in the Mediterranean theater. He helped plan air offensive that led to break-through at Cassino and Anzio, capture of Rome and in vasion of southern France. FIGHTING NEW YORK, Oct. 10.—W Fighting has broken out between troops of Generalissimo Francisco Franco and Maquis forces of Spanish Republicans reentering spain from France, and is in creasing in fury with Franco forc ed to bring up artillery and me chanized equipment against the Spanish republicans, a Blue Net work broadcast from London said today. •§ -V Early long distance roads fn Eu rope were laid out and used by traders gathering amber. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY For Winter Lawns Sow Wood’s ITALIAN RYE GRASS WOOD’S SEED STORE 317 N. Front St. Dial 4620 SALESGIRLS WANTED / Full time employment. Also nigh school girls for week-ends. High wage scale, paid vaca tion. Advancements, free life insurance, free nurse service, sick benefits. Unusual oppor tunities for right girls. Apply in person or by appointment. J. H. CARSWELL S. H. KRESS CO. Wilmington, N. C. __ AUTO LOANS FINANCING 214 S. Front St. Wilmington N. C. N. & J. Finance Corporation P. O. Box 1446 Phone 2-2740 UNION IS SOUGHT ! BY PRESBYTERIANS PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 10.— W! -• The Presbyterian church in t h • United States of America is opening a four - year campaign in which it will work for organic union with the Presbyterian church in the United States (Southern), the Unit, ed Presbyterian church and the Re formed church “as a first step to ward protestant unity,” it was an nounced today. The Rev. Dr. Roy Eweing Vaile of Indianapolis, moderator of the 1944 general assembly of the Pres byterian church in the U. S. A., made public today the four - point campaign program which will be undertaken by a newly appointed laymen’s committee on the better ment of the church. The program, as set forth by the stated clerk of the church, the Rev. Dr. William Barrow Pugh, al so calls for educating the 2,100,000 members of the church in its spiri tual and material needs; increas ing Sunday school enrollment to 1,500,000 from the present 1,250,000, and increasing benevolence giving to $12,000,000 a year. The committee includes: Dr. Charles J. Turck, St. Paul, Minn., president of Macalester College, Chairman; Jasper E. Crane, Wil mington, Del.; Edwin A. Buth mann, Lawrence, Mass.; Roger H. Wiliams, New York; John W. Pon tius, Buffalo, N. Y.; vice-chancel lor John O. Bigelow, Neward, N. J.; Lewis M. Stevens, Philadelphia;; John G. Buchanan, Pittsburgh; for mer Governor Wilber M. Brucker, Detroit; G. M. Wiley, Lacrosse, Wis.; Henry G. Hafner, Chicago;; Barney Maticka, Macomb, 111.; Dr. Charles E. Friley, Ames, Iowa;, Lester Reinke, Oak Hill, Mo.; Wil liam Houston Barclay, Wichita, Kans.; W. C. Calwell, Estes Park, Colo.; Clarence E. Phillips, Port land, Ore.; Raymond Belknap, Pas adena, Calif. George L. Hamil ton, Sherman, Tex.; H. H. Weir, Meridan, Miss.; and John B. Keena, Miami, Fla. Appointed as advisory memDeri were Mrs. Arthur C. Manning, Edgewood, Pittsburgh; Mrs. Perry McCallen, Knoxvijle, Tenn.; The Rev. Jesse B. Barber, Lincoln Uni versity, Pa., and the Rev. W. Clyde Smith, San Francisco. Also announced were the names of the following eight members of a committee on pastoral relocation; the Rev. Dr. Vale, chairman (by direction of the general assembly); the Rev. Dr. John Sutherland Bon nell, New York; the Rev. William Wood Duff, Sidney, O.; The Rev. Dr. Ward F. Boyd, Fargo, N. D.; The Rev. Dr. Glenn W. Moore, Los Ange]es; Fred B. Wachs, Lex ington, Ky.; Wilson M. Compton, Washington, D. C., and Robert Irv ing Stout, Tekamah, Neb. As advisory members, Dr. Vale appointed Mrs. Arthur S. Risser, Blackwell. Okla., and Dr. Isabelle Wallace, Rochester, N. Y. •-V Admiral Vickery III In Naval Hospital WASHINGTON, Oct. 10.—WP)— Rear Admiral Howard L. Vickery, 52, vice chairman of the Mari time Commission and deputy ad ministrator of the War Shipping Administration, is a patient at the Naval Medical Center at nearby Bethesda, Md. Admitted to the hospital Sep tember 24 suffering from a heart ailment, Admiral Vickery was described by physicians today as “convalescing satisfactorily.” The admiral is a native of Gellevue, Ohio. -V ^ EVERYTHING LOST PHILADELPHIA, Oct.- 10.—(yPl— The Americans Friends Service committee reported today that about 290,000 men, women and children in Normandy “have lost everything: home, clothing, furni ture, etc.”—since the invasion. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY “ A Banana Dream ONE DAY ONLY COME TRUE AT NICK'S MARKET 5th AND GREENFIELD STS. No picture of bananas would justify the natural looks of this fruit. Come see for yourself. We also have Vanilla Wafers. PRICE per pound EXTRA SPECIALS Florida Oranges..25 doz. Fancy Calif. Tomatoes.15 Lb. Florida Grapefruit .... 4 for .25 Red Delicious Apples.. 3 lbs. for .25 Sweet Potatoes.6 lbs. for .25 We also will have all kinds of Fresh Vegetables and other fruits. Plenty of Pepsi Colas and Coca Colas by the crate or bottle. Sweet Wines, Beer, Laundry Soaps and Powders, and Canned Fruits. Also 2 lb. Fruit Cakes.