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"■■j) _ _ - ^"Tcard of thanks f (0 thank each and every * Si the service rendered in any H f.... me sickness and death * .Husband and Brother. (o’-r H... Alrs_ j j Riggans Mi>. H. K. Powell rTpnjAKyTND. 1945 I WILL ® ACTIVE OPERATION eureka cleaners, cor 2ND & POCK. JESS WIL iiRD. _ |®^HaApmotsv? ___ ^ FORD COUPE, now. Call ■l . . • • i 505 Ann St. Phone _ _ . ■ : f •/.” SKI I, USED CARS. K. .'•-vice Garage. 1104 •;^B-' ALL Al'TOMO ie,sis 4 per cent Jan. 1st. . - "jr car today. Sut H Po vsc Co. 16 No. 2nd. _ shatter proof glass Hebert’* Auto Sx M*:'. 5>9 South 13th ■3mc7f~znr iKAr op a ceiling R tor r tan cart. Mac-Mil B‘:jL C:.. 20c No. 2nd. Dial #674 Bs^T’caT tires, repaired ■pSiPtti. Reid'* Tire Service. 216 fllfl St. __ i’RICES PAID Ul Used ~ar» ?. BARKER Cap* Fear Hotel Oldsmobiel, Cadillac i and Service CHEVROLET CO. St. Dla 2661 UR CAR. WX BUY AND 1 cars. Howell Motor Co. 3 Street. IAR TIRES RECAPPED Akron Tire Company. I at. TIRES FJCCAPPXD BY finished method. Wen trd and Grace. Dial 2 or 3ACKACHX, tfXRVOUS ry J. Layton, 912 South Phone 2-0128. Supplies riNG CO. PHONE LE mington 2-8807. We han roducts, one ot the old anufacturers in America. in EVERLOX shingles n lock you have heard it. We have applied this ne of the best homes in or the last eight years d over wooden shingles, uarantee against leaks, pay. QUALITY SHINGLES look better, and saves ial Eecker’s 7761. RANGER COVER YOUR ou can get us to cover ck shingle* that cannot up at same price with hat is worth something, r Co., M. C. Mclver. 4347. ElJvkRED TO YOUR transit S and G Com 5562. "doors, BLINDS, WTN frames, screen*. Turned nets. Oldest. Beat Equip -ity. Roderick and Land. ^ * »IkC ^ LAVIN', SANDING AND FIN ‘ ceding machines for rent. - ‘“.oleum sales and service. M. .... cTers and Son. 11th and Chest E*‘ S!s- Dial 4758. “-tloliiing l'i’. YQl CAN DRESS WELL) SAVE '•■D'’ os clothing bill at Finkel »—-■ Front and Market Streets. o d—Fuel Oil cl. All ‘ dTds. ANY LENGTH, idling. Dial 6204. B. V 'a; -: ' - - --OOD YARD "winter Z; s?5it Pine and oak wood. Cut ^sengtil- ''Vc deliver anywhere. Dial .PHs CI PUPS FOR SALE: > r ; .! in as gift. Only three AKC p?1 s old. registered with Csr i,Lh- Own Brucie bloodline. v^_e^seen at 510 South Second st. ;?F-, :- R EDS, BLACKS? C!°/-o,AKC registered, pedigreed. Carolina Beach. Hru^g ~ p t ' Mil Your Next Spo c? c r i f T 1 o n e U? g (r Your Drug Needs ft W°'JKJ-YN PHARMACY „ - 2^ 4th St. x Dial WT76 .1_sells for less; ^J^lables ’ JCERY, CHOICE CUTS ttrj,; !?*■ bcef and pork. Fancy Gro North 4th 9t, Dial 8535. wason ELECTRIC CO. Ill v Electric Contractors St. Dial 6782 -- ??L';. P'OULTRY FEEDS. KAS So / : i■ Wood’s Seed Store, 317 St, Dial 4620,_ T. tuxedo feeds ' . Oder’s Silent Partner fc--’ C CSS SEED CO. _ :.T.,J ;'i .'1ASHES, SCRATCH, DOG *air? ??1:’e fced. calf starter. Quaker SchV?,. cen in print bags. Sugared 1 j c"e; Pigeon feed, rabbit feed. tne ; & Son, 5762. Dock and 51— Florist CUT FLOWERS POT PT awm jTs'omsh^p,*1*!11^ dne,'Rr^§ 52— For Rent --- 1 55~For Rent—Apartment* “ T so° R*-NT: So CHESTNUT STREET livin'* ?oomaP“„tSgnt;oot*° t^f°b°mhs‘ hS; o FOR RENT AT SEAGATE: 3 ROOM' ~ i $2«'00 P« month. Foiled Hill Realty Co. Dial 2-3371. SC—For Rent—Room* ~ 5 *~2 PRINCESS, heat, hot water 10OOtkonS5 prlvleges- APPly 317 Grace RD?aIfS2 AND HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS Dial 2-22oo day and 2-8851 night. *>•>—ttoom and Board ROOM AND BOARD IN A LOVELY (imiljT’ aU modern conveniences, heat Ideal location. Meals, separate to room rent. Phone 2-2289. 7(h—For Sale FOR SALE: RCA TABLE MODEL RA dio, electric player and cabinet mo del radio. Dial 4183. 1 .'y,ILL ®E. AT MR- TOM SUMNER’S filling station on Route 17, between the 2 river bridges with 115 head of hurkeys for sale at ceiling prices on the 21st and 22nd of December. A. S. Hewett. Supply, N. C. FOR SALE: ONE CORNET, PERFECT condition. Inquire 1305 So. 4th after 4 p.m. ANTI-FREEZE, CHRISTMAS TOYS. B. F. Goodrich Stores. 14 No. 3rd St. WE STILL HAVE A COMPLETE LINE of toys. Sellers Furniture Co. Dial 7535. 911 No. 4th St. FOR SALE: COMMODORE VANDER bilt electric train. Cali 7988. FOR SALE: KELVINATOR. DIAL 8, call 8818M. MAN’S BICYCLE: PRE WAR MODEL Brand new tires, looks like new- Phone 2-8074 after 7 p.m. WAGONS. MEDIUM—$4.50: Large—$6.50. Removable stake body. $2.00 extra. Phone 2-1950. NEW VICTORY MAN’S BICYCLE. $33.78. No. 6 West Queen St. FOR SALE: PRE WAR TOY AUTO mobile and scooter, also fur coat. All in good condition. 612 Orange St. or phone 2-2143. TOY SPECIALS Rocking Horses at _ $ I >95 Muffett Dolls . $1.79 £2 AQ Children's Rockers Wup We still have a few dolls, doll car riages, tables and cnair sets. Blackboards and other toys to se lect from. Carolina Furniture Co. 617 N. 4th Dial 4048 SEWING MACHINE MOTOR, ALSO button hole worker. Dial 2-3187. FOR SALE: JUNIOR BOXING GLOVES. Just received. Sneeden Cycle Co. 114 Market St. IN STOCK: FIVE BURNER FLORENCE ranges, built on ovens, also wood and coal ranges. Castle Street Furniture Co. Dial 6447. VACUUM CLEANERS, WASHING MA- I chine and electric Iron parts. Elec trolux cleaner, sales and service. Dial 2-3562. GLOVES THE PRACTICAL CHRIStMAS GIFT. THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION OF DRESS GLOVES IN THE CITY. FUR LINED GLOVES AND MANY OTHER STYLES. $1.95 UP. FINKELSTEIN’S, FRONT AND MARKET. SPENCER INDIVIDUALLY DESIGNED supports lor healthful, restful posture. For appointment call Mrs. J. B. Rober son, 3-8025,, 2-3718. SPENCER SUPPORTS AND BRASS lers designed. Mrs. Ramseur. >019 Crea sy Avenue. Dial 8214. HANGING SCALES, BRUSHES, FLOOR sweeps, dusters. C. B. Sternberger Equipment Co. Phone 2-1766. 1009 Princess. CHRISTMAS TREES, LARGE SIZES. J. F. Klein, 1018 Market St. JUST RECEVED, WHITE GYM SHOES Non-rationed. Pickards, 209 Market St. AIR COMPRESSORS FOR FERTILIZER and industrial plants. Write B. H. Dixon, Rocky Mount, N. C. Factory Rep. MEXICAN MADE CHILDREN’S CHAIRS, hand decorated. The Nancy Wilma Shop, 112 No. Second St. WE BUY AND SELL USED FURN1 ture. H. Evanson Furniture Exchange. 716 Castle. Dial 2-3809. FOR CHRITSMAS GIFTS THAT WILL be appreciated visit the Nancy Wil ma Shop, 112 North 2nd St. DOG COLLARS WITH YOUR NAME and address $1.00 each. $10.00 dozen. Best leather used. Ballard Leather Co., 212 N. College St., Charlotte, N.C ELECTRIC HEATERS WITH EXTRA elements, double hot plates, roasters, teakettles, egg beaters, safes, like new. 20 inches up. National cash registers. All size garbage cans. 5 gal. oil cans. 12 quart buckets, sausage mills slic ing machines. L. F. Sollee, 902 Prin cess St._ BEST DOLLAR LIPSTICK IS “HELEN English”. Stays on even after coffee. Ideal gift. Exclusive distributors: Roy al Supply Co., Beauty supplies. Base ment Wallace Building, Third and Princess. 75.—boushold Goods TWIN BEDS IN MAPLE, STUDIO couch. Knee-Hole desk, other furni ture. Reasonable. 430 Carolina Ave., Sunset Park. NEW STUDIO COUCH, EASY CHAIR with springs, bedroom suite, nursery, ice box, linoleum. 15 Lee Drive, Lake ( Forest. _ FOR SALE: LAWN UMBRELLA TA bles and chairs, all metal pre-war constructed; bed blankets and other household furnishings and appliances. 12-C-7 Upshur Drive, Maffitt Village. QUICK MEAL AND BOSS, BUILT-IN oven, 5 burner oil stoves. From $49.50 up. G. Stein Furniture Co., 805 North 4th St. _ SAVE MONEY! CHRISTMAS SPE CIAL ON STROLLERS. $7.95. H. BERGER & SON FURNITURE. 707 NORTH 4TH ST. DIAL 5128. FOR SALE: GAS STOVE AND BABY carriage. Ill Colonial Village. Phone 6378. JUST RECEIVED LARGE SHIPMENT of bed spreads, bed lamps, pin-up lamps, Bondoir Lamps. Peoples Fur niture Co. JUST ARRIVED: MIRRORS, PICTURES, lamps, wool blankets, chenile spreads, comfortable chairs and many other suitable things for gifts. Sutton-Coun cil Furniture Co. 75.—Houshold Goods For CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, BEAU tiful inspiration Bibles, blue ribbon standard. Reference Bibles. Bible story books. Cash or installment. Dial 2 3191» if no answer, dial 5841. SHOP TODAY! BEST SELECTION OF FURNITURE IN THE CITY ^BERGER & SON FURNI TURE 707 NORTH 4TH ST DIAL 5128. FOR SALE: DRESSERS, CHEST OF drawers, hot plates, gas water heater, state coal heatrolas. Batson Transfer Co. ™OLL BEDS. TEDDY BEARS, ,t c Miss Muffets, swing, desk sets and rocking chairs. Railroad Salvage c°" Castle. Dial 2-3626. s? zzjs-ksp** have a few oil and coal circulators. Pender Furniture Co. 28 South Front St. “Assistant Home Mak CEDAR CHESTS. $24.50 up. H. BERGER 5128 S°" Furniture Co- 707 No. 4th. Dial REDUCED PRICES ON BLANKETS and comforts. Levine Furniture Co. 519 Castle. Dial 5347. JUST RECEIVED: A SHIPMENT OF and novelty curtains, priced at $5.9o up. Jones Furniture Co. 18 So. Front St . LARGE SUPPLY OF FOLD-A-WAY no C°mpleta with felt mattresses. $22.00. Home Furniture. Co., 23 Mar- j ket St. NEW SHIPMENT OF SOFA BEDS AND living room suites with spring con duction. Home Furniture Co., 23 Mar TABLE LAMPS, FLOOR LAMPS, BOU-" doir and be dlamp. $2.95 and up. Home Furniture Co,, 23 Market St. 80—Houses For Sale SEVERAL NICE PIECES OF PROP erty for sale. Carolina Beach Winter B«ceh TWr;ite Box ««A. C«0Uni Beach. Tucker Real Estate Co. U7 SO. 15TH ST. ATTRACTIVE FIVE ?°Fn Bungalow. Can arrange reason Phone H' F- Wilder’ reaItor> FOR SALE WINTER PARK Seven room home. Large lot, runs from old shell road to car line. FOSTER-HILL REALTY CO. “We Sell the Earth” FOR SALE 16 Maple Ave., Winter Park Six rooms and bath. Modern. Lot 66 by 330 feet. Terms. FOSTER-HILL REALTY CO. “Realtors” 85.—Help Wanted—Male WANTED: NEWS AGENT ON TRAIW Union News A. C. L. News stand. 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 L. S. Employment Service offices. 90.—Help Wanted—Female WANTED: SECOND COOK. APPLY James Walker Memorial HospitaL EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES WANTED, good salary. Sundays off. Apply Coast Line Soda Shop, 403 No. Front. WHITE OR COLORED GIRL FOR HOME work. 2113 Barnett Ave. WANTED: EXPERIENCED AND COM petent young lady for both steno graphic and general office work with old established firm. Apply in own handwriting, giving references and ex perience. P. O. Box 779, Wilmington, N. C. WANTED: RELIABLE COLORED HELP for general housework. 309 No. 5th St. NURSE FOR 2 YEAR OLD IMMEDIATE ly. good salary. Apply 1710 Market St. NICE LADY TO CARE FOR 9 MONTH old baby. See Mrs. C. R. Harper, 609 1-2 Castle St. WANTED: EXPF.RIENCED WAITRESS es, good salary, good hours. Apply either 512 No. 3rd or Ideal Grill, No. 4th St. EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER AND stenographer, steady position, good salary. Must be Wilmingtonian. Nathan 22 So. Front. »o—insurance MUTUAL FIRE AND AUTO INSUR ■nee. Real estate, bought and sold. J. L. Baldwin. Agency, 217 Princess St F. E. LIVINGSTON & CO. 1 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.—Acrois from P. O. 104— Loans U O N £ ii t"U loam On 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 and Found LOST "A” GAS RATION BOOK. James C. Moser. 604 F Raleigh St. Maffitt Village. LOST: “A” GASOLINK RATION BOOK. Isaac Jennings, 1015 Miller St. LOST: BROWN BILLFOLD CONTAIN ing money find valuable papers near Belk-Williams. James Norman Long, 12-A-5 Upshur Drive, Maffitt Village. Reward. LOST: “A” r,AS RATTHN ROOK fAL vin Houck. l-A-3 Upshur Drive. Maf fitt Village. I LOST: WHITE HOUND DOG, BROWN ] ears, lump in corner of right eye, j also 2 puppies, about 10 months old. I Black and tan. $25.00 reward for anv j information about these dogs. G. B. Lewis, Rt. 1, Box 11. Bolivia, N. C. j LOST: FUEL OIL RATON BOOK. R. J. i Edwards, Jr., 431 Carolina Ave. Sun- ( set Park, Dial 2-2885. LOST: “A” GAS RATION BOOK. MRS^ i J. C. Boylan, Jr., 509 South 5th St. ( Wilmington. j LOST: "A” GASOLINE RATIOV7 BOi K. C. O. Bellamy, Le’a id, N. C. j LOST: “A”, ‘C” and “R” GASOLINE ration books, Adolph Atwood, Route J 2. Box 231, Wilmington. LOST SATURDAY: KEYS, DOWNTOWN 1 section, license plate number 609-128 ; on key ring. Reward. Finder call 5563. | * 4 105—Lost and Found LOST: BILLFOLD CONTAINING “A” and “B" gas books, identification cards. $15.00 cash. Keep money as reward. T. J. Ward, 112 So. 7th St. 110—Livestock PONIES AND SADDLES FOR SALK Bill Cole Stables. Masonboro Sound. FOR SALE — ONE SORREL 5 gated saddle horse. Saddle and bridle. Gentle and kind. Cheap, for quick sale. Phone 2-2254 or 2-1031. DAIRY GOATS FOR SALE: REGISTER ed Toggenburgs and grades. All or one Home burned and we are forced to sacrifice for quick disposal. See George R. Swank, Taylor’s Feed Store, Bur gaw, N. C. FOR SALE: 2 PONIES. PHONE J. K. Davis, County 5813 after 5:00 p.m. 118- Music COME TO A. H. YOPP PIANO CO.. 209 Princess St., for your Christmas music and records. Give the gift that gives throughout the year. 125—Paint—Papering PAINTING, PROTECT BEAUTIFYING interior and exterior. Best paints used. Price reasonable. Dial 2-0633. 136—Poultry BLOODTESTED BABY CHICKS LEAD ing breeds, hatches twice weekly Thousands on hand daily. Roudabushs Seed Store. 139.—Radio and Repairs BLAKE BROS. RADIOS AND REFRIGERATION REPAIR SERVICE 520 Castle. w Dial 1-2790 DEPENDABLE RADIO SERVICE WORK guaranteed. House and auto airials. Watson'a Radio Service, 722 No. 3rd St. RADIO TROUBLE? MANNING'S RADIO Service, 106 North tad St. Phone 2-1403. HOWARD RADIO CO. All york Fully Guaranteed 1027 So. 3rd St. Phone 4826 CAN CHANGE YOUR BATTERY RA dio to electric. Hufham's Radio Shop 517 North 3rd St. Dial 5397. 150.—Real Estate WE CAN SILL YOUR PROPERTY. WE have customers with cash for homes from *1,000 to *15.000. Call A. B. Walton Realty Co.. 128 Princess St. Phone 5087. WANTED - LISTINGS OF PROPERTY for sale. For quick, courteous service see L. L. King, Real Estate. 238 Prin tess. Dial 6931. FOR QUICK RESULTS LIST YOUR property with Geo. A. Biddle, Real Estate. R. H. Lewis. Salesman. 232 Princess. IF YOU WANT YOUR PROPERTY sold, list it with W. R. Davis, 114 Princess. Dial 6118. VIOORE-FONVIELLE REALTY CO., WE are equipped to serve you. SELL YOUR PROPERTY THROUGH listings with J. S. Lyell, Jr.. Real Es tate agent. 242 Princess St. Dial 2-3186. 1VE 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. 155—Seeds—Plants—Bulbs HA VI A GRIIN WINTER LAWN: Plant winter gran now. Frea planting instructions. Complete stocks vegetable seeds. Cabbage plants frein daily, fer tilizers, flower pots. Roudabush’t Seed Store, comer Front and Dock. QUALITY SEED We Specklize in the Seeds Yau Need CROSS SEED CO. 19 Market St. Otal 8888 ABRUZZI RYE: FULGRAIN OATS, Wheat, barley, Woods Seed Store, IV. No. Front. Dial 1620. RICH SOIL FOR VICTORY GARDENS and shrubbery. $2.50 a load deliver ed. Phone 6083. 156.—Situations Wanted SERVICE ON OIL CIRCULATORS, ALL makes. D. L. Fulrelle. Phone 6001 4 p.m. to 9 a.m. WANTED: POSITION AS CLERK, stock or warehouse clerk. Draft ex empt. References. "P-2”, care of Star News. 160— Transfer and (Storage JONES TRANSFER, LOCAL AND LONG distance, Storage and woodyard. Ill No ,11th St. Dial 4928. Call us. 161— Typewriters FOR SALE: ONE TYPEWRITER PER feet condition. 220 Kenwood Avf. 170.—Wanted WANTED: 16MM MOVIE PROJECTOR. Dial 4183. WE PAY CASH FOR ALL MAKES OF sewing machines, Ringer Sewing Ma chine Co., 304 North Front St. Dial 5526. WANTED GOOD CLEAN 1936 MODEL Chevrolet sedan, with good tires. Older model will do if nice and clean. Apply 420 Red Cross. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. WANTED: PINE AND CYPRESS LOGS. Bryant Lumber Co. VANTED. 1936, 37 OR 38 PLYMOUTH. Chevrolet or Ford, good condition. Dial 2-2886. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Auto Loans * Financing M. & J. FINANCE CORP. Phone 2-2740 214 So. Front LESPEDEZA SEED | We have good stocks of DODDER FREE and N. C. GRADE 1 KOBE also KOREAN. CROSS SEED CO. 12 Market St. Wilmington, N. C. | AUTO LOANS I; | See the man with the Christmas^ ] plan for the local man. § ; 1 «1 I Lowest Possible Rates S( No payments due until j ; January 15, 1945 O ■ | Drive in to Borrow or to Pay. gl l COFER MOTOR FINANCE |! COMPANY 1] *207N. 2nd St. Phone 21956? * vammmi&mmmaommat! 170.—Wanted WANTED: ONE HALF TON TRAILER with good tires and nine foot body. Cheap. A. M. Johnson, 31 Carolina Apts., Wilmington. WANTED: ALL PEOPLE SUFFERING kidney trouble or backache to try ‘Kido** 97c. Money back guarantee at Saunders Drug stora or Brooklyn Pharmacy. 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 310 Princess St Property Management Sales. Rentals WANT TO BUY ONE UNDER GROUND RULANE OR BUTANE GAS SYSTEM AND HEATERS. GIVE SIZE OF TANK AND HEATERS AND PRICE WANT ED. U. F. PLATT CONWAY, S. C. PHONE 489 ONE 4 OR 5 HP STATIONRY ENGINE Apply A. H. Hansen, 914 No. 3rd St. WANTED IMMEDIATELY: SMALL FUR nished apartment In nice residential neighborhood. Write Box R-l. care of Star-News. WILL PAY CASH FOR 27, 38, 39 CHEV rolet or Ford. Dial 6908, ask for Hayes. WANTED: LARGE SIZE TRICYCLE, good condition at once. Phone 9829 or 7462. 180.—Legal SALE OF REAL ESTATE By virtue of the power and authority contained in a certain Deed of Trust bearing date February 20, 1942, and ex ecuted by the Franklin Agency, In corporated to the undersigned, which said Deed of Trust is duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of New Hanover County, North Carolina, in Book 340. at page 261, default having been made in the payment of the debt secured thereby and request having been made upon the undersigned to sell the property hereinafter described, as in said Deed of Trust set out, the under signed will, on Monday, January 8th, 1945, at 12 o'clock M. at the Court House door of the County of New Hanover aforesaid, sell at public auction, for cash, to the highest bidder, all that certan lot or parcel of land situated in the Township of Masonboro, County of New Hanover. State of North Caro lina, and more particularly designated and described as follows: In the devel opment of Sunset Park. BEGINNING at a point in the eastern line of Van Buren Street. 208.8 feet southwardly from its intersection with the southern line of Central Boulevard; running thence along the eastern line of Van Euren Street. South 22 degrees 30 mnutes East. 58.8 feet; thence at right angles to Van Burtn S*-eet. North 5? degrees 30 minues East, 150.0 feet; thence North 22 degrees 30 minutes West and parallel with Van Buren Street 58 8 feet: thence South 67 degrees 30 minutes West and at right angles to Van Buren Street, 150.0 feet to the point of Beginning, in the eastern line of Van Buren Street, the same being all of Lot 18-A, in Block 31. according to a CLASSIFIED DISPLAY r— l CHINESE UNITS SEIZE PUSHAN CHUNGKING, Dec. 19 —itfl— The Japanese withdrawal in Kwangsi province in south China appeared to be slowed tonight as a Chinese High Command announcement said that Chinese forces advancing southeastward along the Kwangsi Kweichow border had taken Pus han, an important height west of Hochih. The High Command also announ ced that Chinese troops had made a surprise raid against the enemy northeast of Hingan, which in on the Hunan-Kwangsi railway about 33 miles northeast of Kweilin. A number of Japanese were killed and wounded, and several pris oners were taken, the announce ment said. In Hunan province to the north, Chinese troops operating in the Yo yang area northeast of Changsha intercepted an enemy column from Yuankiang on the southern shore of Tung Ting lake, throwing the enemy back the following morning, High Command spokesmen said. Meanwhile fighting continued against stiffening Japanese resis tance outside the railroad town of Hochih, and one Chinese col umn knifed farther into Kwangsi province and established positions within six miles of the “golden city’ of Chin-Cheng-Kiang, 81 miles west of Liuchow, the High Command announced. -V Cifv Lontractor Renamed To State License Board RALEIGH, Dec. 19. —<tP)— U. A. Underwood c t Wilmington and Fred N Thompson of Charlotte were reappointed today by Gover nor Broughton as members of the State Licensing Board for contrac tors for terms expiring December 31, 1949. The Governor also appointed W. H. Eubanks of Rockingham as chairman of the Labor Mobiliza tion Board of Richmond county. --v Extremely small amounts o boron increase the ha denability of steel. 180 —Legal redivision of a portion of Blocks 31 and 33 of Sunset Park, a map of which is recorded in Book 318, at page 104 1-2. of the Office of the Register of Deeds of New Hanover County, and according to survey and plat of M. H. Lander, dated November 22. 1941. SUBJECT. HOWEVER AND NEVER THELESS, to the covenants, restrictions and limitations set out in instrument recorded in Book 320. Page 192, of the records of the office of the Register of Deeds of New Hanover County. This the 5th day of December. 1944. F. B. GRAHAM. Trustee IDEAL GRILL No. 4th St. OPEN DAY and NIGHT Fried Chicken — Oysters Sandwiches Insurance J GARLAND F. PALMER | FINANCE INCORPORATED § Cape Fear Hotel Bldg. ® lllBIII!B!IHBl!iWlll[B!lliBllllBiliiB!i||B!IIIBIIIIMfi EMERGENCY LOANS Payment Plan to Suit Your Convenience WILMINGTON FINANCE CO. 202 Murchison Bldg. i—— ■■ 1 ■ n CHRISTMAS TREES j Heavy, Thick Ones, Bushy and Deep Green Double thick Ver mont Spruce. I Prettiest I trees in town. Sup- i port bases i attached to | most sizes. I 2 to 12 ft. j aigh. $1 and up. Buy i NOW. | ROUDARUSH'S SEED STORE ! 31 8. Front St. Dial 6930 I CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ■lai'vi viitmiKma/HhimKiF Loans I • AUTO § •APPLIANCES I • REFINANCING 1 FINANCE INCORPORATED | GARLAND F. PALMER | Pres, and Mgr. j|j Cape Fear Hotel Bldg. — iCorner 201 N. 2nd St. i Telephone 2-8213 ■ CEILING - The price we pay on all Clean USED CARS. i MAULDIN MOTOR CO. Call C. H. Spooner, 997S We WILL PAY CASH FOR YOUR USED CAR RANEY Chevrolet Co. 4ih & Princess Dial 962) INVITATION TO BID Sealed bids in triplicate will be received at the office of the Housing Authority of the City of Wilmington, North Carolina, 317 Southern Building, until 2:00 P. M., EWT, January 3, 1945, for furnishing 900 electric hot plates. Bid documents can be se cured from the office of the Housing Authority, Lake Fore#', Wilmington, North Carolina. HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA 1 CHRISTMAS SPECIALS | * j Ladies’ Lockets and Crosses _$4.95 up j| f Ladies Bracelets_$3.95 up S t Single Strand Pearls _$3.95 up S' jj Lapel Pins . $3.95 up S J Gents’ Gold Filled Identifying Bracelets _$14.95 up 3 | Yellow and White Men’s Expansion Watch Bands_ $11.50 3 | WILMINGTON JEWELRY SHOP | ACROSS FROM POST OFFICE 3 CANADA’S DOUBLE-DUTY CARRIER Pigmy aircraft carriers, like the one pictured above, do double duty for the Royal Canadian Navy—serving as cargo ships and as bases for aircraft protecting convoys against U-boats. In photo above, taken at a Canadian port, crew members clear snow off flight deck of converted merchant ship while toward stern long grain funnels deliver 7000 tons of wheat into the hold. In The Service AWARDED BADGES Cpl. Elmo M. McVicker. son ol Mr. and Mrs. T. E. McVicker, oi Medina, Ohio and husband of Mrs. Lula B. McVick er, of Rocky Point, has re cently beer awarded the Dis tinguished Unit badge along with his fellow sol McVICKER diers for out standing achievements against the enemy. Cpl. McVicker entered the army in January, 1942, and is cur rently serving with the Medical section of the 9th Air Corps some where in Fijonce. In addition to the Distinguished Unit badge, Cpl. McVicker wears the European medal, the Invasion medal, One Star, and the Good Conduct med al. WITH THE AAF Now a member of a combat “team,” Cpl.« Jo seph L. Martin, whose wife re sides at 609 Cas tle St., is com pleting his train ing on a Libera tor bomber at the Pueblo Army Air base, Pueblo, Colo. Flying un d e r simulated battle conditions, MARTIN he has become an essential part of a closely-knit anit, qualifying as aerial gunner, rlis instruction at Pueblo culmi nates many months of intensive sraining in the U. S. Army Air forces. Martin entered the armed service in September, 1943. 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Grimsley, of 1010 North 4th St., is now convalescing at Finney General hospital, at Thomasville, Ga., following his re turn from the South Pacific thea ter of operations. Sgt. Jenkins entered the service in 1935, and was originally stationed at Fort Bragg, when he was sent over seas to serve with the artillery. He was in combat in New Guinea, Australia, and served in Hawaii, for which duty he wears the Bronze Star, and the Asiatic-Pacific Thea ter of Operations ribbon. IN' MEDITERRANEAN AREA James B. Lynch, 20-year-old su.i of Mr. Herbert Lynch, 403 Wrights ville Ave., has been promoted to the rank of First Lieutenant, and is serving as a pilot of the top scoring P-51 Mustang group of the Mediterranean theater which has over 500 aerial victories to its credit. A graduate of New Han over High school he attended the University of North Carolina until February 1943, when he entered the A^F as an aviation cadet. After basic training at Miami Beach and flight training at va rious Army Air fields, he received his wings and commission at the Eagle Pass, Texas, Army Air base in March, 1944. PROMOTED IN RANK The promotion of First Lieut. E. Lawrence L e e, Jr., formerly of Wilmington and now stationed at Redstone Arse nal, Huntsville, Ala., to the rank of Captain was recently announ ced by the Com manding Officer of the arsenal. LEE Captain Lee at tended New Hanover High school, and was graduated from the Uni versity of North Carolina. Ordered to active duty June 15, he was assigned to Redstone Arsenal in July 1942 as Fiscal Officer and Chief of the Procurement section. Prior to entering the service, he was affiliated with the Walker Wilson Co., of New York. GETS THIRD OFFICER LICENSH Cadet-Midshipman Walker Tay lor III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walk er Taylor, 130 Forest Hills drive, has just graduated from the U. S. Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, New York. He re ceived a license as Third Officer with the rank of Ensign in the Maritime Service. Taylor attend ed Davidson college and during his school term was a member of the baseball team. He was ap pointed to the Cadet Corps after serving eighteen months prelimi nary duty aboard a merchant ship. -V Chapel Hill Man Named To N.C. Recreation Body RALEIGH, Dec. 19.—^—Gov ernor Broughton announced today the appointment of Samuel Selden of Chapel Hill as a member of the executive board of the North Caro lina Recreation Committee. The appointment fills a vacancy caus ed by the death of Dr. Frederick H. Koch. Selden is acting head of the de partment of dramatic art at the University of North Carolina, a post Dr. Koch held until his death some weeks ago. -V Broughton To Reopen Raleigh Law Office RALEIGH, Dec. 19. — (JPi _ Governor Broughton said today he would reopen his law offices on the top floor of the Security Bank Building after he leaves of fice January 4 The Governor and Col. William V. Joyner, cnairman of the State Board of Elections, will occupy the entire floor, although the two are oot connected in the practice of law.