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S%SsiFiE» ^DEX
uABnouncemen».
^5r«tor.
J^ftellers-Stationers.
piuiinen Service
SSW-rt- ou
20— Dairy Products.
^sts-Peta
^Cleaning-Pressing.
21— Eatables.
42—Eating Plscto
45—Electrical.
4g—Feeds.
4$—financial.
50— Floor Finishers.
51— Florist.
Rent At Resorto
stfor Rent- Apartments. ,
so—For Rent-Rooma.
(3_Room and Board.
Jtror Rent-Houses.
20—For Sale.
15-Hardware.
75_Household Goods
80-Houses tot **“•
ii_Help Wanted—Male.
90-Help Wanted—Female.
90-Insurance.
90-Instruction.
01— Jewelry.
02- Laundry.
94- Loans.
Co—Lost and Found.
!0—Livestock.
11-Miscellaneoui.
is-.Machinery.
'8—Music.
■20—Office Equipment.
••'1—Office For Rent
25—Paint—Papering
25-Plumbing-Heating.
27—Printing.
:0—Professional.
:j-Personai.
•,5—Poultry#
"9—Radio and Repair*.
95- Real -state.
52—Refrigeration Service.
Seeds—Plants—Bulbs*
25—Situations Wanted.
51-Shots.
!5-TransIer and Storage.
il-Typetvriters.
70-Wanted. _
-ir.nouiicement*
E HAVE PLENTY OF NEW TUBES
stock, all sizes. Wenberg Bros.. 3rd
and Grace. _
totomotlve
" 5 YOUR TIRES TO US FOR EX
recapping and repairing. Yarbor
i Oil Co., Sunset Park. Dial 5112.
'■'STALL SHATTER PROOF GLASS
automobiles. Robert's Auto Ex
72. 519 South 13th.
2D TO BUY 1937 TO 1941 ALL
cars. Call C. H. Spooner. 9973.
AY ALL THAT OPA CEILING
permit for clean cars. Mac-Mil
Buick Co., 208 No. 2nd. Dial 9574
'YGER CAR TIRES. REPAIRED
recapped. Reid’s Tire Servifce, 216
■ Yet St. __
Chevrolet, Oldsmobiel, Cadillac
Sales and Service
RANEY CHEVROLET CO.
108 Princess St. Dla 8651
~T0P PRICES PAID
On All Used Cars
J. T. BARKER
Nest lo Cape Fear Hotel
® FOR YOUR CAR. WE BUY AND
*11 good used cars. Howell Motor Co.
1 North Third Street.
iSSENGEii CAR TIRES RECAPPED
*1 repaired. Akron Tire Company.
1 North Third St.
«a‘N'G, POLISHING. WAXING,
•rasing, light repairs, vulcanizing,
teoco Station, 3rd and Walnut. W. E.
Spooner
f SALE- ONE 1937 AND ONE *1940
•°*Q 1 1-2 ton stake trucks. Ceiling
TOs. Mark’s Machinery.
5HSIDE GARAGE. 1219 SO.^NdTiF
jour car needs repairing, bring it to
, ■ ,A11 work guaranteed. Also body
^ C. C. Cahoc.
J PONTIAC “3’' FORDOR SEDAN,
™io, heater and real good rubber.
21Ins Haskett. Dial 2-2487.
- Have A supply of anti
Brown's Pure Oil Station, 3rd
^ Bed cross.
®SAL2: 1933 DODGE SEDAN, EX
Mnt condition. Pure Oil Service
17th and Castle.
rbitnpraaoi
B;;aehe- backache, nervous
';S. Dr. Mary J. Layton, 512 South
Building, Phone 2-0128.
^“■Iders Supplies
“,.Y0U THINK? sure you do hi
b'MI bought and delivered now
’*■ n j you tr°uble this coming wln
today. Dial Becker's 7761.
PhoneE )M°?ING„ G0- LELANd!
that rai fa' Bar,ret‘ Everlox Singles.
►> muoh‘edu011 Lock you have heard
t;t?ru,cb about. Our men are skilled
year t0 pay.
SE'nASK DOORS, BLINDS. WIN
"lamns rL fra.me^ scrcers- Turned
(id Shn„CablJet5' 01des*. Best Eauip
Dia! '229 m Clty' Roder'ok and Land,
DELIVERED TO YOUR
^P^^rarsit. S and G Com
t«HAa\E. CAUGHT UP WITH
hie storm r°rlS have covered since
‘3S’Wers'th^‘inks to the Iar sighted
i« 'o th-nT w \alted until we could
tle roof H.m}'e,have not round a sin
> Of thCT NT IOVer-$10 0° and °nly
•otth B,r„e: Moiver * ‘
RDING AND FIN
thines for rent,
and service. M
Uth and Chest
SS WELL! SAV1
la^ket * Streets.*5*''
iel on
"any length
I Dial (204 B. V
ecker' SERVICl
’<* all kinds
5790 306 Riddel
35—Drugs
Let Us Fill Your Next
PRESCRIPTION
See Us For Your Drug Needs
BROOKLYN PHARMACY _
962 North 4th St. Dial 7578
NO ONI SELLS FOR LESS!
41—Eatables ' T"
BROWN’S GROCERY, CHOICE CUTS
lamb, veal, beef and pork. Fancy Gro
ceries, 802 North 4th St. Dial 6535.
45—Electrics) ~I
IT MASON ELECTRIC CO. ’
Electric Contractors
107 North 3rd St. Dial 6782
48—Feeds
FULL O PEP, MASHES, QUAKER '
dairy rations, suggerad, Schumacher.
Scratch Grain, Dog Food, Rabbit
Food, Goat Food, ate., J. J. Allen and
Son. Dial 5762.
__________ ■ ;
The Feeder’s Silent Partner
CROSS SEED CO.
51— Florist
CUT FLOWERS,"POT PLANT8, COR
sages, funeral designs. Quick deliveries.
Blossom Shop, 31 So. Front. Dial 6030.
52— For Best
i*OR ‘ RENT; ON WRIGHT6VILLE
Beach houses end apartments. Furn
ished and unfurnished, suitable for :
year round occupancy. Orrcll Realty
Co. (Sunday phone Wrightsville
8891-J).
55—For Bent—Apartments j
APARTMENT FOR RENT: FURNIBHED
or unfurnished. 5 rooms, good loca
tion. Carolina Beach. Telephone 8
8707-M.
FOR RENTt THREE ROOM FURNISHED ,
apartment. Call 8542 any time after
7 p.m. and all day Sunday.
80—For Bent—Kupena
FOR RENT: NEWLY FURNISHED BED- '
room, fumaee heat, kitchen privileges.
134 Woodlawn Ave.
ROOMS WITH COOKING PRIVILEGES, i
5 1-3 Princess. 113 1-3 Market. J. B.
Hales, 317 Grace.
ROOM8 FOR MEN AND WOMEN. SEMI- !
hotel accommodations. White House ‘
Inn, corner 4th and Walnut St.
85—For Rent—B. usea
---j
FOR RENT 6 ROOM HOUSE. CARO
lina Beach. Dial 3-3044 or 6780.
2 ROOM HOUSE’NEAR DRY DOCK. .
Cheap for cash. Phone 9837. j
1' uxv jvaii i ivwm r uiiiiiututw
tage 4 1-2 miles from city on Sound.
Phone 6931 Monday. '
FURNISHED COTTAGE LIVING ROOM
bedroom, bath, kitchen, screened
porch. Greenville Sound. Phone •
Wrightsvllle 8509. '
70.—For Sale.
UNCLAIMED PLEDGES
Lady’s one carat diamond • i
solitaire 14K mounting, en
hanced by 6 matching side
diamonds _ $365.00 i
Lady’s diamond solitaire en
gagement ring weighing .
over Vi-carat _ $69.50
Army rejected steel lockers $4.95
<
Lady’s yellow gold dinner ring
with 3 large beautiful dia
monds .... $32.50 :
Kalamazoo Mandolin in case $37.50
17 jewel Bulova wrist watch
with stretch band, yellow
gold . $37,50
Piano accordion, 48 bass, in »
case. Italian make --$189.50 1
Punching bag with stand $12.50
Diamond bridal set, yellow
gold _ $69.50
Hawaiian guitar in A-l con
dition - $12.95
Conklin fountain pens, new $1.95
Val-a-paks, new -- $22.26
Sterling silver extra heavy
identification bracelets for
the service man-$4.50 up
Lady’s platinum diamond Bu
lova wrist watch set with 42
perfectly matched diamonds $695
Crystal glassware left from
Pope’s stock 25c
14K solid gold stretch band
for wrist watch. Ideal
Christmas gift - $49.50
14K solid gold man’s watch
chain, heavy weight.$36.50
Men's suits. Have been' clean
ed and pressed-$5.00 up
Safety razors for Gillette
blades _ $1.00
Men’s heavy weight wedding
rings, 10 and 14K-$12.50 up
Trumpet in case, silver fin
ish ..-. $47.50
Man’s doublehead cameo ring,
solid yellow gold--— $18.50
Man’s ruby solid gold ring $12.50
Cigarette lighters with lea
ther case - $1.25
3 stone man’s diamond ring
A real bargain .....-$197.50
White gold diamond dinner
ring .. $65.oo
Nail clippers, new T— 69c
Ithica, 12-guage double bar
ren shotgun, 26” barrel
with leather case $69-50
Opal ring surrounded by 14
large diamonds, yellow gold $220
Princess ring, 19 diamonds
set in platinum top, yel'...-f.
low gold shank.$295-°°
Gent’s ring—black onyx with
diamond in center —.*>o.w
FINKELSTBIN’E
LOAN OFFICE
Front & Market
Phone 6662
Dependable Diamond Brokers
Since 1906
FURNISHED HOUSE TJifS^MSi^or
most new. Sacrifice. *315.00 cash or
terms. 2010 Princess St. Road.
°«E oNne™”AcLa/TftE pS^fs «■
Creech Trailer Sales. Carolina Beach
Road, also Stove parts.
CLOTHES BASKETS
»■
DIAL 7560
70.—For Sale.
TOR SALE: PRE WAR STUDIO COUCH,
breakfast room, bedroom suites. Phone
WrightsviUe 8839-M,
rOR SALE: ELECTRIC WASHING MA
chine. Write R. L. Allen, Route 1,
Box 140,
ELECTRIC HEATERS, FOURTEEN IN
ches, compartment plates. 50c. Stain
less steel knives, forks, spoons, hang
ing and counter scales. New 23 cu ft.
Westinghouse reach-in box, cooking
forks, can openers 15c. 1 victory bi
cycle. Sandwich and candy cases. 4x6
feet show cases. Exhaust fans. 1 beer
bar. 2 keg capacity, electric irons
and refrigerators repaired. L F. Sol
lee, 902 Princess.
SPENCER SUPPORTS AND BRASS
iers designed. Mr*. Ramseur. 2019 Crea
sy Avenue. Dial 6214.
VRINGER ROLLS, VACUUM CLEANER
parts to fit all makes. Dial 2-3562.
CATHERINE-K CORSETS. FQUNDA
tlon*. Surgicals, comfortable, stylish
Call Mrs. Southerland, 2-1871. Order
eary.
TO ENAMEL FOR THE BEST JOB IN
furniture and house painting. No brush
marks, One coat covers. Thompson Bi
cycle Co.. 702 Castle. Dial 2-3061.
942 MODEL EIGHTEEN FOOT FACTO
ry built house trailer. Good condition.
$575.00. Salmon's Grocery, Princess St.
Road.
JOING YOUR FLOORS OVERT WE
have Nu-Enamel cleaners, stains, and
varnishes for the best Job. Thrlf-T
Stores, Inc., 29 South Front St
tESTAURANT 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.
UST RECEIVED SMALL SHIPMEN1
of Venetian blinds, in sizes 24, 30, 34,
36 and 44 inches width. Sellers Furni
ture Co. Dial 7535. 911 North 4th St.
iTARK TREES. FRUITS, NUTS, SHADE
rose bushes, shrubs, grapes and ber
ries. H. C. Henderson, 521 Dock. Dial
2-1027,
iPENCER INDIVIDUALLY DESIGNED
supports for healthful, restful posture.
For appointment, call Mrs. J. B. Rober
son. 2-8025 2-3718.
ELECT YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFT NOW.
While our stocks are complete, use
our lay-away plan. Nancy Wilma Shop,
112 No. 2nd St.
'OR SALE: NEW ACOUSTICCN HEAR
ing aid. Complete. Phone 2-2318.
15.—Iloushold Goods
'OR SALE: ELECTRIC WASHING MA
hine Write R. L., care of Star-News.
LIST RECEIVED: UNFINISHED DRESS
ing tables, chenille bedspreads, and
rollaway cots. Jones Furniture Co., 18
So. Front.
ioME IN AND SEE OUR COMPLETE
line of dolls and toys for Christmas.
Select your gifts now while our stock
is complete. Carolina Furniture Co., 611
North 4th St. Dial 4048.
VE HAVE A NICE SELECTION OF M1R
rors, period, modern and ovals. Pen
der Furniture Co., 28 South Front St.
iPECIAL ON BABY CARRIAGES. *25.00
and up. H. Berger and Son, 707 No.
4th St. Dial 5128.
.ARGE SELECTION OF WOOD AND
coal heaters. We deliver and Install
Railroad Salvage Co., 603 Castle.
1 KNOX COAL AND WOOD MEAL
master take care of your cooking
problems Railroad Salvage Co., 603
Castle St.
iOAL HEATERS, ALL KINDS COAL
and wood ranges. Wood cook stoves.
Castle St. Furniture Co. Phone 844T.
.INOLEUM RUGS PRICE $5.95.
WARD ROBES $38.00. H. BER
GER & SONS. 707 N. 4TH ST.
DIAL 5128. ,
UST RECEIVED SHIPMENT OF 8
burner Florence oil ranges and 3 burn
er oil cook stoves. Home Furniture
Co., 23 Market St.
SEE OUR SOLD MAPLE BREAKFAST
room suites. Home Furniture Co., 23
Market St.
'IREPLACE GRATES AND 5 BURNER
oil ranges. Levine Furniture Co., 6th
■ and Castle. Dial 5347,
SELECT YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS
now. Children’s rocking horses, cra
dles, chairs, rockers and table sets.
Wilmington Furniture Co. “The Old
Reliable.” _
BVE HAVE A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF
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.
rOR SALE: THREE MATTRESSES,
folding cot, dining room suite, three
burner gas hot plate, one ice box
and several occasional chairs. Dial
8886-R, Wrightsville. _
rOR SALE: PRE-WAR MAHOGANY
dining room suite, rugs, bedroom and
odd’ pieces. Phone Wrightsville 8660.
rOR SALE PRE-WAR STUDIO COUCH
breakfast room, bedroom suites. Phone
Wrightsville 8839-M.
JOB SALE: BEDROOM SUITE, LIV
ing room suite with springs, kitchen
cabinet breakfast room set and ra
dio. Can be seen Sunday, Monday nr
Tuesday. 505C Bickett St., Maffitt Vil
lage^____
g0—Houses For Sale
’RUfCESS PLACE, 6 ROOM HOUSE IN
cluding gas stove, heater and central
heat. 2114 Klein Road._
r0R SALE: NICE BUNGALOW, UUM
pletely renovated, 4 large rooms, lights,
new out buildings, 85 acres of land, 20
minutes drive from Wilmington. High
way frontage. N. A. Merritt. Dial 2-3376
FOR SALE
2002 PENDER AVE.
8 rooms and bath. In perfect
condition. New Venetian blinds
garage. Corner lot. Immediate
possession.
WADE REALTY CO.
J. E. L. Wade, Realtor
205 Princess St.
rwo STORY, EIGHT ROOM HOME,
on Cherry Ave., Audubon. Has just
been reconditioned and ready for im
mediate occupancy: lot 70 x 180; terms,
H. F. Wilder Phone 4932.
IN ORDER TO SERVE YOU
BETTER THE MEMBERS
OF OUR REAL ESTATE
4 SALES DEPARTMENT
are attending the annual con
vention of the *N. C. Realtors,
Monday and Tuesday. Be back
Wednesday.
We take this opportunity of
learning more about how to
serve you better, and we hope
you will bear with us for these
two days.
FOSTER-HILL REALTY CO.
Realtors
FOR SALE
MARKET STREET ROAD
Close in, Large house and lot.
$9500.00
W. R- DAVIS
114 Princess Dial 6118
, «
75.—Houshold Goods
WE BUY AND SELL USED FURNJ- i
ture. H. Evanson Furniture Exchange,
116 Castle. Dial 2-3809.
80—Houses For safe
PLAN NOW TO BUILD”pR BUY YOUR
own home anywhere in the United
States. Join the Interstate Own Your
Home Club. Approximately $5.58 per
month for each thousand dollars
borrowed, which includes principal
and interest at 4 1-2 per cent. Pays
off your loan in 25 years. No down
payment plan available. In the event, i
the owner becomes disabled or passes
on the mortgage debt is cancelled
through our mortgage cancellation
plan. A complete housing service.
Write Box 226. Wrightsvill* Beach,
. N. C., or Interstate Housing, Eureka,
N. Y, _■
FOR SALE
817 CHESTNUT ST.
10 rooms and bath.. Best neigh
borhood. On bus line. Priced to
sell.
HUGHES & MORTON
W. T. SWINK, Associate
Wallace Bldg. 3rd & Princess
Dial 7691
2021 KLEIN ROAD, PRINCESS PLACE.
5 room bungalow, good terms. Can «r-<
range immediate possession.. H. F.
Wilder, Realtor. Dial 4932.
FOR SALE
4 apartments. Close in. $240.00
per month income. Priced low
at $11,500.
W. R. DAVIS
Phone 6118 "114 Princess St.
85.—Help Wanted—Male
WANTED: BEVERAGE SALESMAN.
Must be able to furnish certificate
of availability. Present route averages
$70 to $80 per week. Address reply to
P. O. Box 967. Wilmington, N. C.
RAILROAD EMPLOYES
URGENTLY NEEDED AT
ONCE
Essential Work
Boilermakers
Blacksmiths
Brakemen
Carmen
Clerks
Laborers
Linemen
Machinists
Telegraphers
Upholsterers
Apply to Representative of the
U, S. RAILROAD
RETIREMENT BOARD
At the Office of the
United States Employment
Service
113 Grace Street
Wilmington. North Carolina
on October 23, 24 and 25, 1944
Persons now engaged in essen
tial war work at their highest
skiU need not apply.
NOTICE TO EMPLOYERS AND WORK
ers. All workers, male and female,
must be hired under provision of the
War Manpower Commission’s Employ
ment Priorities Referral Plan, all male
workers and all in migrant female
workers, must be hired through the
local U. S. Employment Service offices.
WANTED: FIRST CLASS MEAT CUT
ter. Open Air Curb Market, 4th and
Chestnut. ■
WANTED: MAN WITH CAR FOR IN
surance debit in Wilmington. Guar
anteed immediate income $40.00 per
week plus commission. Excellent op
portunity for advancement. Apply by
letter to State Capital Life Insurance
Co., P. O. Box 68, .Wilmington, N. t
TRUCK DRIVER, SALESMAN WITH
high school education or equivalent.
Veteran preferred. Mr. Cannon. Phone
7388.___
90.—Help Wanted—Femalp
WANTED: TIMEKEEPER AND OFFICE
clerk. Must be good at figures and
write neat hand. Call C. B. Jenkins, 2
2289. __
WANTED 2 CASHIERS. APPLY
IN PERSON. SHIPYARD CAFE
TERIA. __
_ . -__ iTMr nr a vrirn MTT5T WAVE
experience. Salary $20.00 to $25.00 per
week to start. Sam Berger Dept. Store,
709 N. 4th._
WANTED WAITRESS FOB ANGLE INN.
5th and Greenfield. Apply after 12
noon.__
COOK AND GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
Small family of three. Good pay. Easy
work. Dial 5872. _
CASHIER, YOUNG LADY FOR READY
to wear shop. Permanent position,
good salary. Local girl only. Apply
Fashion Center. 115 So. Front._
SALESLADY WITH EXPERIENCE IN
small wear department, permanent
position, salary, bonus and commis
sion. Apply Fashion Center, 115 No.
Front_ —
YOUNG LADY FOR CIGAR AND CAN
dy department. Apply Saunders. *08
No. Front
WANTED AT ONCE: 2 HIGH SCHOOL
teachers. Write Glenn M. Tucker, Prin
cipal, Bolivia High School, Bolivia. N.C.
DISHWASHER AND SHORT ORDER
Cook. Sanitary Cafe. 107 Grace St.
LADY FOR CASHIER OR SALJ®
work. Apply Open Air Market. 4th
and Chestnut._t_
WANTED: WHITE "MARKERS AND
sorters. Colored flatwork ironers. Shirt
and pants pressers, Also hand ironers.
Ideal Laundry, Front and Orange,_
WANTED SALESLADIES, SINGLE OR
married, age 16 to 50. Apply to Man
ager, H. L. Green Co._ |
CASHIER WANTED. PERMANENT PO
sition. Clark’s Credit Clothiers, 219
No. Front,
WANTED—EXPERIENCED STENOGRA
pher, In reply give age, experience,
and references. Answer Taylor Col
quitt Co. Box 450 Wilmington.
SETTLED COLORED WOMAN FOR
general house work. Excellent work
ing conditions, good hours, good pay.
Apply in person. Friendly Dept. Store,
615 Castle.___
95—Insurance
MUTUAL FIRE AND AUTO INSUR
ance. Real estate, bought and sold.
J. L. Baldwin, Agency, 217 Princess
St__
F. E. LIVINGSTON & CO.
Mutual Insurance Real Estate
_Wallace Bldg., Dial 6047.
Read The Classified Ads
LOO—Instruction
IKS. MOTTE’S SECRETARIAL SCHOOL
313 Church Street All commercial sub
jects taught.
STUDY NOW SHIP RAILROAD COURS
ei. Refrigeration, radio, business, en
gineering, drafting, free Information.
International Correspondence schools,
Scranton, Pennsylvania.
L01—Jewelry
Guaranteed Watch Repairing
Guaranteed Service
WILMINGTON JEWELRY SHOP
27 North Front St_Across from P. O.
104— Loans
ISONIY T O L O A N
Jn Diamonds Watches, 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 snd Found”
-OST: 1 NO. 3 AND 1 NO. 4 RATION
books. Beal S. Jr., and Hannah E.
Rooks, East Wilmington, Rt 1. Box
354B.
-.OST 4 NO. 1, 3, 4 AND KEROSENE
ration books. Lewis Craft. Ivanhoe,
N. C.
L10—Livestock
WANTED: USED WASHING MACHINE
in good condition. Write “JC”,. car?
of Star-News.
For sale five gaited saddle
horse. Saddle and bridle. Price rea
sonable for quick sale. Phone 2-1793.
MULES, MULES, MULES. ENOUGH
to satisfy every need from the cheap
est to the very best on earth. Save
time and money at C. S. Newton’s.
Phone 2-8373.
rOR SALE: PONIES AND HORSES.
Horses for rent by the hour. Bill Cole
Stables. Dial 9710.
FOR SALE: NICE, GENTLE PONY,
one small horse, gentle to ritlo. 5 Dal
mation puppies. See Hopper at Legion
Stables. Carolina Beach Road.
118— -Music
lOME TO A. H. YOPP PIANO CO., 208
Prihcess St. for your sheet music, re
cords and musical supplies.
131—Office For Rent
For RENT: DESIRABLE OFFICES.
Steam heat, 12 Princess St. Walker
Taylor. _
125—Paint—Papering
CONTRACT PAINTING, SPECIAL ON
interior work. First class workman
ship. Phone 2-2951. Hours 8 to 6:30.
HOUSE PAINTING, JOBS, LARGE OB
small, inside and out. Dial 7628.
136—Poultry
3LOODTESTED BABY CHICKS, LEAD
ing breeds, hatches twice weekly.
Thousands on hand daily. Boudabushs
Seed Store. _
139—Radio and Repairs
HOWARD RADIO CO.
All Work Fully Guaranteed
1027 So. 3rd St. _Phone 4826
BLAKE BROS.
RADIOS AND REFRIGERATION
REPAIR SERVICE
520 Castle. Dial 2-2790
: HAVE TUBES AND PART'S FOR
your radio. Ragan's Radio Service, 722
No.- 3rd - St, _
1VE BUY, SELL, REPAIR ANY KIND
of radio. Hufham’s Radio Shop, 817 No.
3rd. Dial 5397,
150.—Real Estate
SALES A SPECIALTY
List your property with the
HINTON - SHEW
REALTY CO.
213 Princess St. Dial 2-8734
Lewis P, Hinton—Richard A. Shew
WANT TO SELL? CASH FOR YOUR
pioperty. Wm. R. Davis, 114 Princess
St. Dial 6118.
WE HAVE A FEW SMALL TRACTS OF
land on Myrtle Grove Sound. Geo. A.
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GAR COMMANDER
TURNS CENTURY
RIPLEY, N. Y., Oct. 22— <JP> —
Robert M. Rownd, 1939 national
commander of the (Jrand Army of
the Republic, observed his 100th
birthday today with an "open
house,” attended by members of
his family and hundreds of friends.
Up at 8 o’clock this morning, he
attended church and dropped 100
pennies in*o the "Birthday Bank,”
a fund for church repairs.
He has received to date more
than 400 congratulatory, messages.
One, from New York State’s Lt.
Gov. Joe R. Hanley, said: "Your
whole life has been one of unusual
accomplishment and activity.
Your splendid record as a soldier,
citizen and servant of God has
been outstanding.”
Says Rownd: “My health is good
and I shall probably live, "by the
grace of God, considerably long
er than a century- It is my thoilght
the boys in the present war are
as enthusiastic and as great fight
ers as we were in the three years
I served in the army.”
Declaring, he has been a
“staunch republican” all his life,
he said: “I voted for Abraham
Lincoln in the field and I expect
to vote for Dewey Nov. 7.”
—-V
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V For Two ]
Cupid in the form of V-mail hag
brought a proposal of marriage
from the far off Pacific to screen
actress Mlml Berry. Much deco1
rated Lt. Col. Alex Guerry will
wed soon.
LEND-LEASE FOOD
DELIVERIES DROP
WASHINGTON, Oct. 22.—(^*)—
Lend-lease food deliveries by the
United States totaled 541,872,551
pounds during September, slightly
under the 558,577,000 tons shipped
in August, the War Food adminis
tration reported today.
Deliveries of meat products
down 5,000,000 pounds from Au
gust to a total of 189,236,000 pounds
constituted the biggest item but
dairy and poultry, products, second
in the list, reached 151,050,000
pounds, exceeding the August de
liveries by nearly 50,000,000 lbs.
Dairy and poultry made up 28 per
cent of September shipments.
Of the total delivered last month
WFA said, 58 per cent was for the
United kingdom and other British
possessions; 35 per cent for Rus
sia, and the remaining 7 per cent
for Greece, West Africa, North
Africa, the Netherlands, Poland,
Yugoslavia and the French com
mittee of National Liberation.
In addition' WFA made cash
sales during September totaling
50,966,487 pounds of food to the
armed forces, the Red Cross, for
eign relief groups and other agen
cies and sent 39,581,000 pounds to
Puerto Rico and the Virgin Is
lands and 19,719,126 pounds to Ha
waii. Sponsors of school lunch pro
grams, relief agencies and other
U. S. civilian agencies received 1,
539,710 pounds during the month, a
sharp decrease under the 2,977,
298 pounds in August.
AM CANS HOPE
P( H FEUD OVER
WASHINGTON, Oct. 22— UP) —
Hope that the longdrawn Russian
Polish border dispute may be solv
ed as a result of the four-way con
versations in Moscow among Pre
mier Stalin, Prime Minister
Churchill, Premier Mikolajcyk of
the Polish Government in Exile in
London and representatives of the
Soviet-sponsored Polish Committee
of National Liberation at Lublin
was expressed privately by Amer
ican officials today.
They expressed mystification,
however, by Lublin’s reported
blast against Mr. Mikolajcyk
which reportedly followed by only
a few hours the issuance of the
Churchill-Stalin statement an
nouncing progress on the Polish
question.
It was expected here that a re
view by the White House and
State department of eastern Eu
rope postwar territorial problems
would take place this week follow
ing the return here of American
Ambassador to Russia Harriman.
Harriman’s return caused spec
ulation that John G. Winant, am
bassador to London, might also be
brought home to participate in the
expeeted consultations.. Winant
and Harriman were both here last
May and Winant indicated then he
might return in the fall..
Some quarters indicated they be
haved the talks would cover the
whole field of European affairs.
-V—
Jaycees Want 35-Mile
Speed Limit Continued
GREENSBORO, Oct. 22.—(A>>—
A resolution requesting the Gen
eral Assembly to authorize the
governor to continue the 35-mile
speed limit after the war until
it is deemed wise to increase the
maximum rate was passed today
by state directors of the Junior
Chamber of Commerce at the con
cluding session of a two-day quar
terly meet held here
The resolution asks that the
state legislature grant an exten
sion of the governor’s wartime
powers in regard to the speed lim
it “until it is deemed in the inter
est of public safety to raise the
maximum rate.”
-V
10 SOLDIERS DEAD
MARLBOROUGH, England. Oct.
22.— (JP) —Ten American soldiers
were killed and 21 others injured
in a bus-truck crash today. The
bus was filled with soldiers on a
sightseeing tour
I -V
BUT WAR BONDS AND STAMPS
LEGION CIRCUS
IS HELD OVER

fc "
The extended engagement of th*
Legion Thrill Circus resumes to
day at Legion stadium and con
tinues tomorrow and Wednesdaj
closing Wednesday at midnight
with a gala celebration.
The crowds have been so larg*
and such a big demand to hold
over the show, that the legion com
mittee decided to play three mor*
days and booked the Jack Koch
man’s troupe of Hollywood Hell
Divers for a return engagement
for three more nights.
The R. and S. Amusement* and
Marks Shows combined .shows and
rides and midway attractions will
also be here until Wednesday at
midnight, it was announced by
Thomas B. Hughes, chairman of
the Legion committee.
The midway will be open daily
from 2 p. m. until midnight and
the thrill show in front of th#
grand stand will start at 8:15 p.
m. only, beginning tonight.
The Hollywood Hell-Driver*
show which made such a hit Fri
day night when they staged the big
program under such adverse con
ditions, will tonight, tomorrow and
Wednesday nights, stage the en
tire program.
"Daredevil Bob” Manson, who
was injured Friday night while at
tempting the "Cash Bomber” long
leap over three autos at the finish
of the show, was released from
the James Walker Memorial hos
pital Ikte yesterday. While not
fully recovered, and swathed with
bandages, Jack Kochman assured
the committee that he will posi
tively be on hand tonight and again
defy death in another attempt to
stage the same "death leap” that
resulted in the death of the late
"Lucky” Teeter, last fall in Indi
anopolis.
Ten other daredevil stunt men
will take part in 18 acts, including
the crashing of a plate glass show
window by "Suicide” Chet Bald
win; "Lucky” Kelly will stage his
thrilling motorcycle stunts and
there will be thrills in plenty for
the fans each night. Grand stand
acts will be given between the
thrill events featuring the Flying
Rqmas troupe; "Hangman” Bruf
fy; the Valentino troupe and oth
ers so that there will be no tire
some waits, stated Chairman
Hughes, and a fast, speedy, thrill
program.
Willkie's Position
On Candidates Not
Made Known By Him
NEW YORK, Oct. 22. — (IP) —
Russell W. Davenport, campaign
manager for the late Wendell L.
Willkie in 1940, said tonight that
Willkie had not “made up his
mind” about either 1944 candi
date and that “no one in the world
knows what his final position in
this election would have been.”
In a speech prepared for broad
cast over the Blue Network (7:15
p.m. EWT) and distributed in ad
vance by the independent republi
can committee for Roosevelt,
Davenport said:
“It is a known fact, spread on
the record by Mr. Willkie himself
just a few days before his death,
that he had not yet made up hi3
mind. As he himself declared, he
was not satisfied with the platform
of either party—not satisfied. with
the pronouncements of either can
didate. He had therefore set him*
self the task of pressing for clear
er commitments from both sides—
commitments, especially, on that
most critical issue of our time, the
issue of American foreign, policy.
“Mr. Willkie had not yet finish
ed that task. And no one in the
•world knows what his final posi
tion in this election would have
been.”
——v.
Ford Making Engines
For Propulsion Bombs
DETROIT, Oct. 22.—UP)—The
Ford Motor company disclosed to.
day that it is producing a jet pro
pulsion engine for robot bombs.
Engineering details were worked
out by Ford engineers at the re
quest of the air technical service
command following reconstruction
of & German robot engine from
parts shipped from England,
Ford produced a robot bomb en
gine in 1918 but World War 1 end
ed before it could be tested. The
early model has since reposed in
the Edison museum at nearby
Dearborn.
-V--—
RATION ROUNDUP
By the Associate# Press.
Meats, Fats, Etc.—Book four
red stamps A8 through Z8 and A5
through K5 valid indefinitely.
Stamps L5 through P5 valid Oct.
29 and good indefinitely.
Proesesed Foods—Book four
blue stamps A8 through Z8 and
A5 through R5 valid indefinitely.
Stamps S5 through W5 valid Nov.
1 and good indefinitely.
Sugar—Book four stamps SO
through 33 valid indefinitely for
five pounds each. Stamp 40 good
for five pounds for home canning
through Feb. 28, 1945.
Shoes — Book three airplane
stamps 1 and 2 good indefinitely. A
new stamp will be validated Noy.
1 and be good indefinitely with
the others.
Gasoline—In northeast and sou
theast, 11-A coupons good for
three gallons through Nov. 8. El
sewhere, 13-A coupons good for
four gallons through Dec. 21. B-4,
C-4, B-5 and C-5 coupons good ev
erywhere for five gallons.
Fuel Oil—Old period four and
five coupons valid throughout cur
rent heating year. New period
one coupons also valid now and
throughout heating season.

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