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Dept, liproiaptl) y must be in the and 1 *■m ___— ■^Automotive. Chiropractor .SUra-Stati0— luBuiWers. sjuilders Supplies. SSess Opportunities. ii-Business Service. i5_Business Sites. jh—Cleaners—Dyers. jSTwood—Fuel OH. S^Dairy Products. 52—Dancing ;3-Pogs-Cats—Pats. Ig-Dry^ Cleaning—Pressing. 41— Eatables 42— Eating Places. 45—Electrical. 43— Feeds. 49—Finarscia.. 60—Floor Fiwslteri. 51— Florist. 52— For Rent. 53— For Rent At Reserota. 55_For Rent—Apartments. 60_For Rent-Rooms. 63-Room and Board. 65—For Rent-Houses. ■70—For Sale. 13-Hardware. 15—Household Goods, 83-Houses For Sale. 65-Help Wanted—Male. 93-Help Wanted—Female. 91-Insurance. 100- Instruction. 101- Jewelry. Ic2-I.aur.dr7. 104- Loans. 105— Lost and Found. 110-Livestock. 311—Miscellaneous. 112-Machinery. 318-Music, 320— Office Equipment. 321- Office Eor Rent. 325—Paint—Papering. 126- Plumbing-Heating. 127- Printing. 330—Professional. 335—Personal 136-Poultry 139-Radio and Repairs 130-Real Estate 352-Refrigeration Service 355—Seeds—Plants—Bulbs. 158-Situations Wanted. 157-Shoes. 180-Transportation and Storage. 161-Typewriters. 170—Wanted. z-Automotlve FOR SALE: 1941 HARLEY DAVIDSON 74. 0. H. V. Motorcycle, excellent condition. Cheap for cash. Dial 4506. GOING TO SELL YOUR CAR? SEE US today. Cash and all details can be handled in a few minutes. Ceiling prices paid. Sutton-Haskett Pontiac Co. 16 No. 2nd. Dial 2-3150. WE INSTALL SHATTER PROOF GLASS in automobiles. Robert’s Auto Ex change. 519 South 13th. WE PAY ALL THAT OPA CEILING will permit for clean cars. Mac-Mil lian Buick Co., 208 No. 2nd. Dial 9574 Passenger car tires, repaired and recapped. Reid’s Tire Service. 216 Market St. Chevrolet, Oldsmobiel, Cadillac j Yales and Service RANEY CHEVROLET CO. Jflr Princess St. Dia 8651 | TOP PRICES PAID | On All Used Cars | J. T. BARKER ! Next to Cape Fear Hotel :ash for your car. we buy and good used cars. Howel] Motor Co. _i North Third Street. ’ASSENGER CAR TIRES RECAPPED irepaired. Akron Tire Company, J t»orth Third St. AjSHIXG, polishing.' waxing, ireas-ng, lish* .,,,1_ SpoonerStati°n* 3rd and Walnut* w* E* °fLSA.LE.: ,°» Ik”AND ONE 1940 I„1'3 ton stake trucks. Ceiling Wca. Mark-s Machinery. 1i'? .Y°™ tires recapped by v, **c,ory finished method. Wen X Bro'"3rd and Grace- 01,1 j °.LSALF HI'PP SKYLARK, i M rondmon, good rubber. 309 South BH*h Ave>’ Apt- 3' Wrightsville “Chiropractor ^A£Hr;. BAcKACHR NERVOUS i" BoiiVMary Jl Layton, 512 South ■T BmUmg, Phone 2-0128. '“Builders BVILDWG REPAIRS. -J?t8' 3. L, Mahan. ^BiMers Supplies t'°IfjVHITF- POCK WALLBOARD Idi'4 T.e, *,aUs' Celotex 16 x 32 In ins™.., ‘ E ceilmgs, is excellent Ask Becker’s. Dial 7761. ini? nABH LOCHS, BLINDS, WIN PL. :tatnci, screens. Turned S<i ShL i®bl”*ts* Oldest. Best Equip ®at ait m Cl'3'' Roderick and Land. delivered TO YOUR s O Com the d'? JUST v GHT UP WITH Se storm Tkl e !!ave covered since c'C5torr.e-5' the far sighted «« to ther!h m wa:,ed trntil we could roof d’Li <'ia,e not ,ound a sin 0! t£^<“4 over *10.00 and only iSSLiaji. oiIai%4u”bw c°" 211 ^oshtess Ser ,.,,— 1‘ar1^;', SA-N-TNG AND FIN J°Ia>d linoleum* ’machines for rent, Mothers Vt «“■* and servlc®‘ M. ^Stj. Duoj-luh »nd Chest P1:::, ■; iec>graphing, V riE M -." o' 'announcements, Bi,vlay C°- Wll !^et'h,t - - '(a‘ mor'p.F^' -TRSSf, V.’ELL! SAVI *rort b,!1 at Finkal* on J5. ’^nr- SERVICE *“•'* 4ehven of a11 kinds. "s' »>«1 *m *06 Kidder ; 25—Coal—Wood—Fuel Oil ' WOOD ALL KINDS., ANY LENGTH any size, also kindling. Dial 6204 B v Rivenbark. ' 35—Drug* Let Us Fill Your Next PRESCRIPTION See Us For Your Drug Needs BROOKLYN PHARMACY #02 North 4th St. Dial 757a” NO ONE SELLS FOR t.zwi 111 41—Eatable* BROWN'S GROCERY, CHOICE CUTS lamb, veal, beef and pork. Fancy Gro ceries, 802 North 4th at. Dial 6535. 45—Electrical MASON ELECTRIC CO. Electric Contractors 107 North 3rd St. Dial 6782 48—Feeds FULL O PEP. MASHES, QUAKER dairy rations, suggered Schumacher Scratch Grain, Dog Food, Rabbit Food, Goat Food, etc.. J. J. Allen and Son. Dial 5762. TUXEDO FEEDS The Feeder’s Silent Partner CROSS SEED CO. 51—Florist 7 CUT FLOWERS, POT PLANTS, COR sages, funeral designs. Quick deliveries Blossom Shop, 31 So. Front. Dial C03o! 55—For Rem—Apartments NICE APARTMENT, NEWLY FIXED. Pniinla No philrlron T~Uo 1 q oino nnn Princess Street. THREE ROOMS UNFURNISHED. 620 Orange Street. THREE ROOM FURNISHED APART ment. 110 So. 16th. Dial 2-8088. FOR RENT ONE APARTMENT. PART ly furnished. Also one room-furnish ed. Apply 308 So. 3rd Street, from 12 to 6 p. m. 60—For Bent—Koomo LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, ADJOIN ing bath, for light, housekeeping. 1221 So. 4th St. Dial 2-2177 after 1. FOR RENT: ROOM, TWO MEN OR couple, hot water and heat. Close in. Dial 6804. BEDROOM FOR RENT. AUTOMATIC heat, continuous hot water.. Semi private bath. Gentleman. 201 Church Street. 63—Room and Board ROOM AND BOARD FOR MEN. ONLY $10.50 week. 15 Princess St. 65—For Kent—Houses FOR RENT OR SALE: ONE FOUR room bungalow newly renovated. 12 miles from Wilmington on Clinton hiehway. No small children. Phone 2-3376, FOR RENT: ONE EIGHT ROOM dwelling on Clinton highway, 12 miles from Wilmington, ail city conveni ence. Phone 2-3376. 70.—For Sale. ITHICA 20 GUAGE DOUBLE BARREL shotgun, some shells, $40.00. Also one twelve guage hammer type double barrel gun—ten shells, $20.00. Phone 4397, TEA KETTLES, FLOUR SIFTERS, CAN openers, small tin funnels with strain ers meat block brushes, electric heat ers! single hot plates, $2.50. New ship ment of cash registers, safes and meat slicers. L. F. Sollee. 902 Princess St. INFANT’S RUBBER PANTS, 50c; ALL wool soakers $189. The Nancy Wil ma Shop. 112 N. second St. FOR SALE: 50 NEW HAMPSHIRE FUL lets. April hatched. $150 each. Dial 2-2201. _ FOR SALE: SLIGHTLY MILL WORN gyp lap plaster and finishing lime. Bargain price. Dial 5647.__ SPENCER SUPPORTS AND BRASS iers designed. Mrs. Ramseur. 2019 Cre* sy Avenue. Dial 6214. RESTAURANT TABLES. CHAIRS, stools, dishes, silver, glasses. C. B. Sternberger Equipment Co. Phone 2 1766. 1009 Princess._ WE NOW HAVE A COMPLETE LINE , .__, *nr Christmas. Sellers Furniture Co., Dial 7535. 911 No. 4th St.__ NU 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. DOING YOUR FLOORS OVERT W® have Nu-Enamel cleaners, stalni. and varnishes for the best Job. Thru-1 Stores, Inc., 29 South Front St._ SPENCER INDIVIDUALLY DESIGNED supports for healthful restful posture. For appointment call Mrs. J. B. Rober son. 2-8025, 2-3718. _ OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY EXCEPT SUN day mornings. The best in sandwiches barbecue, fried chicken and fried oys ters. Prepared to serve in your car. Ideal Grill, end of No. 4th St.__ SPECIAL " Gent’s stainless steel expansion. Watch bands $12.50. Wilmington Jewelry Shop, across from Post Office.__ LADIES 17J BULOVA WRISt/wATCH 14K. Gold, 2 diamonds. $87.50. Wil mington Jewelry Shop, across from Post Office._. SMALL POWER HACKSAW, WITH Mo tor. 213 Chestnut Street___ AIR COMPRESSORS. ALL SEES. FAC tory shipment. Write B. H. Dixon, Rocky Mount._ 942 NATIONAL HOUSE TRAILER, 28 ft. Palace, 26 ft, both like new. Creech Trailer Sales, Carolina Beach Road. JUST RECEVED, WHITE GYM SH°ES Non-rationed. Pickards, 209 Market St, 75.—Houshold Goods NEW SHIPMENT CHILD’S 8W»w chairs, auto seats, standard size ba y cribs. Railroad Salvage Co.. 603 Cas tie St._ DEAR SANTA: I WOULD LIKE TO have a red wagon and a boat shoo y HKe uic - - ture Co. “The Old Reliable._ IN STOCK: FIVE BURNER FLORENCE ranges built on ovens, also wood and coal ranges. Castle Street Furniture Co. Dial 6447.____ SPECIAL SLOT BOTTOM KITCHEN chairs. $1.75 each. Levine Furniture Co.. 6th and Castle. Dial 5347.__ JUST RECEIVED SHIPMENT OF 5 burner Florence oil ranges and 3 bum er oil cook stoves. Home Furniture Co., 23 Market St. _ WE HAVE A NICE SELECTION OF MllT rors, period, modern and ovals. Pen der Furniture Co., 28 South Front St. WE BUY AND SELL USED FURNI ture. H. Evanson Furniture Exchange, 716 Castle. Dial 2-3809._ IRON, COAL AND WOOD HEAT ERS. $29.50 UP. H. BERGER AND SONS. 707 NORTH 4TH ST. DIAL 5128. SPECIAL ON BABY CARRIAGES. $25.00 .and up. H. Berger and Son. 707 No. 4th St. Dial 5128. FOR SALE TWO 20 GAL. AUTOMATIC gas hot water heaters. G. Stein Furni ture Co. 605 No. 4th St._ VACUUM CLEANERS, WASHING MA chine and electric Iron parts. Elec trolux cleaner, sales and service. Dial 2-3562._ BEDROOM SUITES, BREAKFAST suites, wood and coal ranges. Oil rang es bed springs and mattresses. Bat son's Transfer and Furniture. 119 So. Front St. _ FOR SALE — PREWAR ALL METAL aluminum springs and double bed. Dial 5404 after 5:30 p. m. _ FOR SALE — GENERAL ELECTRIC Frigadaire. Dial 8820-J County. 75.— Houshold Goods WEEK END SPECIAL. STAN DARD SIZE BABY CRIBS AND KANT - WET MATTRESSES. $19.95. CAROLINA FURNITURE CO., 617 NORTH 4TH ST. DIAL 4048.. JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OB studio couches with springs. Caro lina Furniture Co., 617 North 4th St. Dial 4048. FOR SALE: NEW PERFECTION OH cook stove, celling price. 110 Orange, Apt. 5. STUDIO COUCH. DOUBLE COT, MIR rors, chairs, desk, breakfast room table. Dial 2-3198. PRACTICALLY NEW KITCHEN CAB inet. Porcelain table top. Phone 2-1956. THREE ROOMS OF FURNITURE—FOR sale. 123 Lake Forest Pkw. JUST RECEIVED SHIPMENT OF apartment size electric ranges. Home Furniture Co., 23 Market St. 80.—Houses for Sale. 8 ACRE FARM 5 ROOM BUNGALOW. Modem conveniences, garage poultry houses. 438 foot road frontage. Oakley Road. Castle Haynes, 5 miles. Ches ter W. Taylor. 1319 Princess St. Corner Lot—75x165 8 room home. Modern fur nace. Price reduced for quick sale. $10,500.00 HUGHES & MORTON W. T. Swink, Associate Wallace Bldg. 3rd & Princes! Dial 7691 SUBSTANTIAL REDUCTION IN PRICE of two story eight room home on Cherry Ave., Audubon. House has just been reconditioned. Immediate possession. Well financed. Lot 70 x 280. H. F. Wilder. Phone 4932. FOR SALE Carolina Beach 706 Northern Extension. 6 rooms and bath. Ocean front. Completely furnish ed. Electric refrigerator. A Beal Buy $5,000.00 Call R. H. Lewis GEO. A. BIDDLE Real Estate 232 Princess Dial 7902 SEVERAL NICE PIECES OF PROP erty for sale. Carolina Beach. Winter prices. Write Box 661A, Carolina Beach. Tucker Real Estate Co. FOR SALE Pages Creek 14 acres, 3 cleared, cabin 27x16 ft. and one small room. Good fishing and crabbing. Nice timber on property. Im mediate possession. WADE REALTY CO. J. E. L. Wade, Realtor 205 Princess Dial 440C 2021 KLEIN ROAD. PRINCESS PLACE. 5 room bungalow on good terms. naTO wood floors throughout with inlaid linoleum in bathroom and kitchen, heat, immediate pssession. H. F. Wil der. Phone 4932. FOR SALE 318 South 2nd Street A $10,000 house for $6,500. $1,500 down. Balance like rent. Call R. H. Lewi* GEO. A. BIDDLE Real Estate 232 Princess Dial 7902 FOR SALE: 307 NO. 2nd St. (NEXT to comer of Grace St.) 10 room home, large lot — residential or business section. W. M. Hewlett, Realtor. 214 Princess St. Dial 7138. _ FOR SALE Castle Haynes Road 6 acres of cleared land. Wide road frontage. 6 room bungalow. All mod ern conveniences. A real buy. Call R. H. Lewis GEO. A. BIDDLE Real Estate 232 Princess Dial 7902 SELL YOUR PROPERTY THROUGH listings with J. S. Lyell. Jr., Realtor. 242 Princess St. Dial 2-3186. FOR SALE—315 S. 15TH ST. ATTRAC tive and sound five room bungalow, good condition. Early possession. Fos ter-Hill Realty Co. “We Sell the Earth." FOR SALE 6 rooms and bath. Caro lina Beach road. 7 acres partially cleared. A sacri fice. $3,500.00 (iEU. A. BLUULihj R. H. Lewis, Salesman 232 Princess Dial 7902 85.—Help Wanted—Male PORTER FOR READY-TO-WEAR SHOP Reliable colored boy for full time work. Apply Fashion Center, 115 No. Front St. 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 I). S. Employment Service offices. WANTED: FIRST CLASS MEAT CUT . ter. Open Air Curb Market. 4th and Chestnut. 5 FIRST CLASS PAINTERS WANTED: *1.25 hr. Dial 2-1339. C. W. Stephen son. — WANTED: FIRST CLASS TRUCK ME chanic. *60.00 per week, full time. Bryant Lumber Co. _ 90—Help Wanted—Female 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.___ EARN $5.00 DAILY TAKING ORDERS for fall dresses, sweaters. Size 9 to 46. Repeat orders. $5.98 up. For samples, write Maisonette Frocks, Box 83. Cincinnati 15 Ohio. , (White women only). t 90.—Help Wanted—Female WANTED: WAITRESS. APPLY WIL mington Hotel Coffee Shop. WANTED: COOK AND GENERAL housework. 1402 Grace St. SALESLADY For dress and coat dept. We have a permanent posi tion for one who can sell and trim windows. You can name your own salary. CRAWFORD’S WANTED: EXPERIENCED COOK. Good salary, Mrs. Julien K. Taylor, 1811 Princess Street. ’ EXPERIENCED SALESLADY IN DRESS and coat depts. Steady position. Good salary. Inexperienced need not apply. Nathans, 22 South Front. LADY FOR CASHIER OR SALES work. Apply Open Air Market. 4th and Chestnat. _ EXPERIENCED WAITRESS WANTED. Apply Coast Line Soda Shop, 403 No. Front St. CASHIER Wanted for Ladies’ Apparel Department Store. Pleas ant and responsible per Dept. Store. 214 N. Front St., Wilmington, N. C. WANTED SETTLED WHITE WOMAN to help care for invalid. Dial 4813. WANTED WHITE OR COLORED WOM an to stay on lot and help with chil dren. Good pay. Dial 2-3610. 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 _WaUace Bldg., Dial 6047. 100— Instruction MRS. MOTTE’S SECRETARIAL SCHOOL 313 Church Street. All commercial sub jects taught. STUDY NOW SHIP RAILROAD COURS es. Refrigeration, radio, business, en gineering. drafting, free information. International Correspondence schools, Scranton, Pennsylvania. 101— Jewelry Guaranteed Watch Repairing Guaranteed Service WILMINGTON JEWELRY SHOP 127 North Front St.—Across from P. O. 104—Loans LOANS WILMINGTON FINANCE CO. 202 Murchison Bldg. MONEY TO LOAN On Diamonds Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Men’s Clothing, Typewriters, Shotgun*, Musical Instruments and Anything of Value. FINKELSTEIN’S LOAN OFFICE ‘‘Wilmington’s Oldest and Largest" Front and Market Streets 105—Lost and Foud LOST BETWEEN WALLACE AND WIL mington, lady's black fabric pocket book, with pink rim glasses, ration booka and other papers. Reward. Mr. and Mrs. Moyer MacMillan, 111 Colonial Village, Dial 6378. LOST RATION BOOK 4. PLEASE RE turn to Floyd Hutchins, 1208 South Second St. LOST—CHECK AND BANK BOOKS. Sum of money in plain envelope. Re ward. Phone 9594. LOST OLD “A'' GAS RATION BOOK. Joshua Singleton, 1011 Fanning street, Wilmington, N. C. LOST NO. 3 AND 4 RATION BOOKS. Alfonso; Josie May; Cyrus; Joe and Carrie Stukes. LOST NEW “A” GAS RATION BOOK F. C. Gray. Rt. 3, Wilmington. LOST KEROSINE RATigN STAMPS. Ethel Wise, Brown Bank Trailer Park. 110—Livestock FOR SALE WESTERN SADDLES, BRI dles, blankets, saddle pads, also Eng lish saddle and bridle. Sutton-Council Furniture Co. 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. HORSES FOR SALE AND RENT BY hour. $1.50 per hour. Bill Cole Stables Dial 9710.__ 118—-Music COME TO A. H. YOPP PIANO CO., 208 Princess SL for your sheet music, re cords arid musical supplies. 125—Paint—Papering I PROTECT, BEAUTIFY PAINTING DONE reasonable. Best paints used. W. E. Styron, Dial 2-1160. _ 136—Poultry BLOODTESTED BABY CHICKS, LEAD Ing breeds, hatches twice weekly. Thousands on hand daily. Roudabusha Seed Store. 139—Radio and Repairs RADIO TROUBLE? MANNINGS RADIO Service, 106 No. 2nd St. near all bus stops. Phone 2-1403.__ HOWARD RADIO CO. AH Work Fully Guaranteed 1027 So. 3rd StPhone *826 BLAKE BROS. RADIOS AND REFRIGERATION REPAIR SERVICE 520 Castle. _Dial t-2790 I HAVE TUBES AND PARTS FOR your radio. Watson’s Radio Service 722 No. 3rd St. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY PLUMBING and HEATING and REPAIRS PERSONAL ATTENTION W. B. DANIELS DIAL 7990 I LOANS 1 ■ QUICKLY ARRANGED ON | 1 AUTOMOBILES * 1 ALSO LOANS ON * f FURNITURE and | | APPLIANCES | | Finance Incorporated | * Cape Fear Hotel Bldg. ® | Corner 201 N. 2nd St. | ■ Telephone 2-8213 & ImiiiBiiiWimiiimiimiiiBiiiHiiWiiiMKittWiiK 139—Radio and Repair* WE BUY. SELL, REPAIR ANY KIND ' of radio. Hufham’s Radio Shop, 517 No. 3rd. Dial 5397. 150—Real Estate " WANTED — LISTINGS OP, PROPERTY for sale. For quick, courteous service see L. L. King, Real Estate, 238 Prin cess. Dial 6931, WE CAN SELL YOUR PROPERTY. WE have customers with cash for homes from SI,000 to $15,000. Call A. B. Walton Realty Co., 128 Princess St. Phone 5087. if YOU WANT YOUR PROPERTY sold, list it with W. R. Davis, 114 Princess. Dial 6118. FARMS - FARMS - FARMS From 750 to 35 acres. 25 miles from town. Terms if desired. GEO. A. BIDDLE R. H. Lewis, Salesman 232 Princess Dial 7902 WE HAVE A FEW SMALL TRACTS OF land on Myrtle Grove Sound. Geo. A. Biddle. 232 Princess. Dial 7902. WE SELL THE EARTH. FOSTER HILL Realty Co. 112 Princess St. Dial 2-3371 LIST YOUR REAL ESTATE WITH W. A. McGirt, Realtor. 215 Princess St. MOORE-FONVIELLE REALTY CO., WE are equipped to serve you. FOR QUICK RESULTS LIST YOUR property with Geo. A. Biddle, Real Estate. R. H. Lewis, Salesman, 232 Princess. -uttua-x muis— OUiUS RICH SOIL FOR VICTORY GARDENS and shrubbery. *2.50 a load deliver ed. Phone 6083. QUALITY SEED We Specialize in the Seeds You Need CROSS SEED CO. 1* Market St. Dial 6868 HAVE A GREEN WINTER LAWN: Plant winter grass now. free planting Instructions. Complete stocks vegetable seeds. Cabbage plants from daily, fer tilizers. flower pots, Roudabush’s Seed Store, corner front and Dock. ABRUZZ1 RYE. WHEAT. OATS. BAR ley, vetch, winter peas, clover. Wood’s Seed Store, 317 North Front 170.—Wanted WANTED ONE MEDIUM SIZE TRJ cycle or will exchange small one for same. Dial 2-3958. WANTED TO RENT BY COUPLE, FUR nished bedroom, apartment or small house. Preferably with piano. Write box "PX” care Star-News. WANTED SMALL FURNISHED APART ment. Have child 16 months old. Dial 7711. Room 632. WANTED: TWO BURNER OIL HEATER. Dial 5457. WANTED: COPY OF OCT. 22ND. STAR News. Bring to Circulation Dent.. Star News. WANTED: 2 BUTANE GAS HEATERS. Dial 6595. TRICYCLES, WAGONS. OTHER METAL toys repaired for next 2 weeks only. 213 Chestnut Street. WANTED: MOULDS FOR THE MANU facture of cement blocks. Write or wire J. W. Ray, Tabor City, N. C. WANTED — COPY OF SEPTEMBER 28th Wilmington News. Bring to Circulation Dept. Star-News. WANTED; GOOD USED UPRIGHT PI ano or spinet type. Write P. O. Box 442. WANTED: ALL PEOPLE SUFFERING kidney trouble or backache to try “Kido” 97c. Money back guarantee at Saunders Drug store or Brooklyn Pharmacy. WANTED OCT. 4th WILMINGTON News. Bring to Circulation Dept. Star News. WANTED: COPY OF SEPT. 18 WIL mington News. Bring to Circulation window, Star-News. WANTED Listings of property tor sale anywhere in this vicinity. We have the clients — expert service. MARSHALL REALTY CO. K, B. Marshall—E. L. Strickland Realtors 210 Princess St Property Management Sales. Rentals CLASSIFIED DISPLAY l " i Roofing All kinds of carpenter work. Asbestos Siding, Caulking and Fainting R. B. WARREN Estimates Free Dial 2-V12S ~’"l 11 ■ . WANTED FOR PERMANENT POSITION Accurate, Experienced Typist Peferably with knowledge of shorthand. State age, experi ence, and names of references, with specimen of handwriting. Address: C. IJ. T., care Star News. i— - 1 We WILL PAY CASH FOR YOUR USED CAR RANEY Chevrolet Co. 4th & Princess Dial 962) CEILING - The price we pay on all Clean USED CARS. MAULDIN MOTOR CO. Call C. H. Spooner, 9973 170.—Wanted VE PAY CASH FOR ALL MAKES OF tewing machines. Singer Sewing Ma chine Co., 304 No. Front St Dial 5526. VANTED TO RENT: TUXEDO WITH size 40 coat or coat alone—Wednesday, Nov. 22. Write “Tux" care Star-Newt. PRIVATE PARTY WISHES TO PUR chase 1939 or later model car. Spot cash. 112 So. 9th Street after 6 p. m. WANTED LATE MODEL USED CAR. From private owner. Dial 2-2014. WANTED — GIRL'S LARGE BICYCLE Pre-war preferred. Dial 5018. WANTED — GOOD CLEAN LATE model car. Will pay top price. R. H. Lewis, Geo. A. Biddle, Real Estate. 180.—Legal NOTICE ~ STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA: COUNTY OF NEW HANOVER: Notice is hereby given that the under ligned will offer for sale and sell to :he highest bidder for cash, at his place jf business at number 1104 North Fourth Street, in the City of Wilmington, Coun ;y of New Hanover, State of North Caro ina, on December 5th, 1944, at 12 o’clock toon, one 1941 Ford Delux Coupe Auto mobile, Motor No. 186392887, bearing 1942 License Number 269-101, and, 1943 Tab Number 226-847, in order to satisfy me :hanic’s lien for work and material fur lished on said automobile hereinbefore iescribed. This the 14th day of November, 1944. W. J. SHAW. For Truck Service Garage Company 1104 North Fourth Street Wilmington, N. C. TREASURY DEPARTMENT,, Office of District Supervisor, Alcohol Tax Unit, Bureau of Internal Revenue, Baltimore, Maryland. Date of publication, Novem ber 15, 1944. Notice is hereby given that one 1938 Chevrolet Coach, Motor No. 1216413; 1935 Chevrolet Coupe, Motor No. 4956745; 1930 Ford Coach, Motor No. A-4436753; 1937 Ford Coach. Motor No. 5728880, with accessories, and 4 pieces of topper pipe, will be sold at public auc tion to the highest bidder, for cash, at MacMillan & Cameron Company, Wil mington, North Carolina, at 11:00 a. m„ tn November 25, 1944, pursuant to for feiture under Section 3724, Internal Revenue Code. R. E. Tuttle, District Supervisor. BUILDING APPROVED NEW BERN, Nov. 14.—Secre tary of Navy Forrestal has ap proved the construction of a new synthetic training building, cost ing $443,500, for the Marine air station at Cherry Point, accord ing to announcement by Repre sentative G. A. Barden. The new structure will replace the frame synthetic training building which was destroyed by fire several months ago on the base. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY LOANS--FINANCING Auto, Electric Refrigerators & Household Equipment Coler Motor Finance Go. Back of Cape Fear Hotel Open 9-6 Dial 2-1956 AUTO LOANS FINANCING 214 S. Froni Si. Wilmington, N. C. N. & J. Finance Cornoration P. O. Box 1446 Phone 2-2740 Monday, Nov. 20ih We will sell the Dairy Herd of D. B. Burns, consisting of 50 Holstein Cows; 20 Guernsey Cows and 30 Holstein and Guernsey heifers. The sale will be held Monday, November 20th, at 12:30 at Auction on the premises of Burns Dairy, Golds boro, N. C. JOHN F. HOBBS, Sales Manager A. W. “HAPPY” CARLSON Auctioneer Remember, we go any where and conduct Auc tion Sales on a Commission Basis. -» WESTERN ELECTRIC CO. Arsenal of Communications The nation’s largest producer of electronic and communica tions equipment for the armed forces needs YOUR help NOW. You can help speed the coming V Day by joining the produc tion army at our plant in Baltimore, Maryland. Numerous va cancies for men and women. These vacancies include the fol lowing: MEN mechanical Engineers Laborers Electrical Engineers Tool Makers Tool Designers Tool & Gauge Inspectors Mechancial Draftsmen Sheet Metal Workers , Electrical Draftsmen Millwrights Cost Accountant Machinists Production Control Clerk Electrical Testers Handyman WOMEN Comptometer Operators Stenographers ! Key Punch Operators Typists A Company representative will be available for interview . at the local office of the U. S. Employment Service from Nov. 11 through Nov. 18. from 8:30 A. M. to 4:30 P. M.—Ill Grace j Street, Wilmington, N. C. , Arrangements for housing and transportation to Baltimore 1 will be furnished those who are employed. 1 War Manpower Regulations Will Be Observed _ —* ] GUNS BRING DOWN JAP PLANE AN EXCITING MOMENT aboard a U. S. carrier as a Jap bomber (indicated ; by arrow) is shot down and lands in flames in the water. The gunner, in | background, rolls up his sleeve and the ship’s lensman (center) grinds j out another thrilling episode in the battle ofl the Central Philippines, i This is an official U. S. Navy photo. (International) J Military transport Version Of B-29 Is Undergoing Tests vv a. vii, ia/ —— military transport version of t h e B-29, with the speed, range and h:gh - altitude performance of the superfortress, is undergoing tests. This was disclosed today in an announcement by the Boeing air craft company of a “stratocruiser” for postwar production. The trans port, the announcement said, will have these features: A maximum capacity of 100 pas sengers or 35,000 pounds of cargo; a top speed of 400 miles an hour, with a cruising speed of 340; a ceil ing of 30,000 feet, with a pressurized cabin keeping atmospheric condi tions equivalent to those of 8,000; powered with four engines with a maximum of 3,500 horsepower each; an operating range of 3,500 miles, providing non-stop New York to London or transcontinental flights. The announcement said: “A military prototype of the stra .UClUlOCi, UUMt 444 ovvtvvji undergoing tests, making the air plane the first of the greater post war supertransports to be complet ed by any aircraft company. “All present models of the plane will be for military service.” In appearance, the plane closely resembles the combat B-29, using the same wing of 141 foot spread and the same tail surfaces. The fuselage is 12 feet longer than that of the B-29; the gross weight of 130, 000 pounds is 10,000 more than the superfortress. The two decks result from build ing one fuselage or, top of the other, with the wing structure running be tween. The plane can be operated in various combinations: Carrying 100 passengers in three cabins, two on the upper and one on the lower deck, with remaining space used for cargo and baggage. As a sleeper, with 36 berths or 72 day seats. _ Stroud Case Delayed In Recorder’s Court John Robert Stroud. 39-year-old shipyard worker, accused of re ceiving stolen goods, and having in his possession various pieces of jewelry alleged to have been part of the loot taken from Kingoff's jewelry store last July, was called for preliminary hearing in Record er’s court yesterday morning, but for the second time the case was postponed. The case is scheduled to be heard today, when Sam Lineberry, another shipyard worker, is also scheduled to appear before Record er H. Winfield Smith on a charge of larceny and receiving, allegedly part of his participation in t h e Kingoff robbery. Bill Rising, who was sentenced to from eight to 10 years in the state’s prison, was ordered return ed to the city as a state’s witness in Stroud’s case, and will testify tomorrow. -V 2 Lumberton Casualties Listed In Asiatic Area The names of two Lumberton men, wounded in action with the U. S. Army in the Asiatic area, were released today by the War department: Pvt. Wiley F. Edwards — Mrs. Lizzie B. Edwards, wife, Rt. 1, Lumberton. Pvt. Charles C. Goodwin—Mrs. Lula H. Goodwin, wife, North Lumberton. -V Only five per cent of the Fili pinos are employed in industry, much of which is concentrated around Manila. NEGRO SENTENCED IN ASSAULT CASE J. W. Andrew*, alias “Chicken,’* 26-year-old Negro of Sumter, S. C., accused of attempting to criminally assault and murder an 18-year-old white girl at WrightsviUe Beach, entered a plea of secret assault with intent to kill in Superior court Tuesday morning and was sen tenced to 20 years in state’* prison by Judge Henry L. Stev ens, Jr., of Warsaw. The attack took place between two ocean front cottages, shor'ly after midnight on August 31, wnen the girl was returning from the postoffice. Mary Scott Pollock, Negro, charged with larceny and receiv ing, entered a plea of not guilty, but was found guilty and ordered confined to Camp 404, Women’s di vision, of the state’s prison, for 18 months. Johnnie Powell, Negro, charged with violating the liquor law and reckless operation of an automo bile, entered a plea of not guilty, but at the close of all evidence, the defendent pled guilty of having non-tax-paid liquor in his posses sion, and was sentenced to six months on the state roads. The case of Jack Yount, alias L. M. Rose, 23-year-old Marine, charged with larceny of an- auto mobile, was nol prossed, and th« defendant was released to mili tary authorities. -V- , i Nazis’ V-2 Timetable Upset By Experiments LONDON, Nov. 14.—iS)—Month* of unsuccessful experiments with 20-ton rockets have delayed the Germans’ V-2 timetable and con vinced them it would be impos sible to use rockets against Amer ica in this war, a usually well informed source suggested to lay. The monstrous rocket originally y was designed as V-2, this im ’ormant said, and had a 12-ton varhead. Large supplies of crit cally needed war material were given top priority for its pro iuction, he added, continuing: Hundreds of the rockets were aunched towards experimental :ones but failed to reach the ground. German scientists the >rized that friction created by heir great weight and speed ;aused them to disintegrate in he stratosphere. -V LIEUT. WARE ON DUTY NEW BERN, Nov. 14.—F i r s t A. Storer P. Ware, USMCR, for nerly secretary of the North Carolina Shipbuilding company in Vilmington, has arrived in this irea for duty at the Marine air itation at Cherry Point. He joined the Marine corps four nonths ago and after an assign nent at Quantico, Va., was sent o Washington for a short time >efore being ordered to duty at Iherry Piint. His wife is resid ing with relatives at Newport 4ews, Va.