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Dept a- copy must be In the Cii!Sbefore Vm. daily and 1 p. m. — — renouncements. LActotnotive. t ^_Ch:ropract°r. ^“tseilers-Stationers. ij'Sers Supplies. fibers Opportunities. ^Business Service. ousincss Sites. £cfe aneis-Dyert. ^Coal- Wood—Fuel Oil. 35—Dairy Products. ^“lats-rete Cleaning—Praising. 11-Eui.aoics. C—Eating Places. ^£,1 ctrical. 45-Feeds. ^—Financial. ..or Finishers. si—Ficrist Rent. ti ; Kent At Rewrote. fFw Rent-Apartments. ", r,t Rent-Rooms. n-floom and Board. “_Fo: Rent-Houses. 15—For Sale. ^-Hardware. 75—HoiiSftfic!d Goods. Lnouses For Sale. C^ficip Wanted-Male. j/uKelp Wanted—Female ^Insurance. .^Instruction. jj-jewelry. Ifyl-. mdry. jd • ur.d Found. j;fl . i.nck. j" e .anecus. r ...r.inery. e Equipment •j dee For Rent, jf . :••. Papering. I p..;n'.?»:ng Heating. Z Printing fj Professional. j> Personal j: p:v.'!*ry ; 'I and Repair* .. eai Estate refrigeration Service ;; Seeds- Plants—Bulbs. ifv Situations Wanted. !.; Shoes ItJ-Tiansportation and Storage, t-Typewriters. ;. Wanted. 1-Announcements f 'aXUAKY 2XD. 1945 I WILL . .SlUE active operation c: EUREKA CLEANERS. COR : end & dock, jess wil es r: ! utomotlr* h BUY AND SELL USED CARS. K. £ Batson, Truck Service Garage. 1104 . 4th Dial 2-1462. CLING PRICE ON ALL AUTOMO ■ Decrease 4 per cent Jan. 1st. Save by selling us your car today. Sut :n-Haskett Pontiac Co. 16 No. 2nd. El: 2-8150. U I.NVlAuL SHATiER PROOF GLASS automobiles Robert's Auto Ex i te 519 South 13th. t- MY ALL THAT OP A CEILING a permit for clean cars Mac-Mil t Buck Co , 203 No 2nd Dial 9574 ENGER CAR TIRES4 REPAIRED ir.u recapped Reid's Tire Service. 216 Market St. TOP PRICES PAID On Al) Used Cars J. T. BARKER Next to Cape Fear Hotel vuc. M.ei uiasmoDiei, taamac Sales and Service RANEY CHEVROLET CO. Princess St. Dia 8651 CASH for YOUR CAR, WE BUY AND Socd used cars Howell Motor Co. _ -^nn Third Street. ft:'U;GEK CAR TIRES RECAPPED eo Akron Tire Company 1 1'hirci St ^ VOUR TIRES RECAPPED BY ™ tictory finished method Wen jjjjj* Br°S' 5rtl *n<, Qr,ee OUJ *■ *; ‘ LIKE TO TRADE 1938 FORD : „ :Harhy Davidson motorcycle. ^-^Lp,hur Drive. Maffitt Village. ^! liir,»practor backache, nervous "y Li Mary J Layton, S12 Smth ng Phone 2-0128, '--Ri'ilders Supplies yEPE ROOFING CO. PHONE LE “y 9120 Wilmington 2-8807. We han "£ri'ett Products, one of the old nV r'°^ng manufacturers in America, specialize in EVERLOX shingles 1 HsUeci on lock you have heard j a'D0Ut. We have applied this png‘e on some of the best homes in c'^ington for the last eight years De applied over wooden shingles, ' ■ Cdrc guarantee against leaks. to pay. •- LET A STRANGER COVER VOUR ;'hcn you can get us to cover c,Jr‘f lock shingles that cannot W,cr ^ " up at same price with . aryee that is worth something. ^ * er Lumber Co., M. C. Mclver. 4347 j delivered to your L : o m transit S and G Com 5562 __ iy.-r f:ASH DOORS. BLINDS. WIN~ coi rv, Docr trames, acreens. Turned Cabinets. Oldest Best Equip Dis] 5229 m City‘ Roderick and Land ^•TtSAY COAL — SAY HI HEAT a“d" r-,r,t;0 s none better for stoves with Ia;‘se£- -^oep your order on file pnL •u:* We will deliver as soon as Decker’s 7761. _ 5SE,SS OPPORTUNITY: BARBER S.U 101 rent. E.-.-tra good location for •'yyyan. Phone 6062,__ Service & laying sanding and fin I-.;,, j Ending machines for rent, L y incienm, sales and service. M nut 5th*1* >nd Son, 11th and Cheat st!- Rial 4758. 22—Clothing MEN! YOU CAN DRESS WELL! a*V* lM3oal—Wood—Fuel oil WOOD. ALL KINDS. ANY TpmT^ST Rivenbark*'*0 kindlin*' Dial *204 B™ J0^rkAS^RS W0°D YARD fark Split pine and oak wood Cut 2"2>3419ength- We deliver anywhere! Dial 33—Dogs—Cats—Pets COCKER SPANIEL PUPS FOR SAIF A" 'deal Christmas gift. Only three AKbEl|h‘ old registereyd with Ch' My °wn Bruc>e bloodline. Can be seen at 510 South Second st 35—Drugs p o’ „hu Your Next prescription Bee Ua For Your Drug Need! ... BROOKLYN PHARMACY 002 North 4th St. Dial 6876 ~ _NO ONE SELLS FOR LESS! 41—Katablea ™™'S GROCERY. CHOICE CUTS lamb, veal, beef and pork Fancy Gro cenes, 802 North 4th St. Dial 6535 45—Electrical " MASON-ELECTRIC CO. Electric Contractors 107 North 3rd St. Dial 6781 48—Feed* ' HOLLYBROOK POULTRY FEEDS. KAS co Dog Food. Wood’s Seed Store, 31'. No. Front St. Dial 4620. TUXEDO FEEDS The Feeder’s Silent Partner CROSS SEED CO FUL-O-PEP MASHES, SCRATCH, DOG feed, horse feed, calf starter. Quaker dairy ration in print bags. Sugared Schmacher Pigeon feed, rabbit feed. J. J. Allen & Son, 5762. Dock and Water St. 51— Florist CUT FLOWERS, POT PLANTS, COR sages, funeral designs. Quick deliveries. Blossom Shop, 31 So. Front. Dial 6030. 52— For Rent FOR RENT: DESIRABLE SECOND floor office. Steam heat. Apply Walker Taylor, 12 Princess St. 55—For Rent—A partn tents SMALL FURNISHED APARTMENT TO quiet couple, no children or pets. 1113 Chestnut Street. FOR RENT: 510 CHESTNUT STREET, ' downstairs apartment, two bedrooms, living room, timing room, tiled bath, kitchen. Furnished. Apply Frank G Harriss. 216 Princess Street. FOR RENT AT SEAGATE: 3 ROOM aparment. $20.00 per month. Foster- . Hill Realty Co. pial 2-3371. 60—For Rent—Roem» BRUNSWICK COUNTY: RENT—APART mert, furnisned and unfurnished. Dial 9120. Carl West. FOR RENT: PRIVATE BEDROOM, HEAT hot shower, gentlemen only. 3 North Blvd. Dial 2-3008. 5 1-2 PRINCESS. HEAT. HOT WATER Cookng privleges, Apply 317 Grace 10 to 5. ROOMS AND HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS Dial 2-2255 day and 2-8851 night. 70—For Sale ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF BABY’S rubber pants, just received. 50c. The Nancy Wilma Shop 112 No. Secoiu} St. FOR SALE: BOY’S PRE-WAR BICYCLE 114 Market St. Apt. 1. ONE PAIR OF PRE WAR ROLLER skates with ball bearings, practically new. Dial 7920. ' BALL BEARING SKATES. SIZE 5. $i*.00 Goose neck desk lamp. $3.00. Mahog any what-not, $3.00. Curtain rods. Dial 4228. CHRISTMAS GIFTS A LARGE STOCK OF PRACTICAL CHRISTMAS GIFTS STILL AVAILABLE AT FINKELSTEIN’S 1. GLOVES 2. ROBES 3. LEATHER JACKETS 4. PAJAMAS 5. BOTANY TIES 6. LUGGAGE 'CHAS. FINKELSTEIN and SON Front and Market FOR SALE: MAN'S ROLLER SKATES, size 8. $12.00. 515-D Bickeit St., Maf fitt Village. __ ELECTRIC TRAIN AND EQUIPMENT ior sale. Dial 2-2208 after 2 p.m. DOLLS BEAUTIFUL SELECTION STILL available. $1.75 to $7.50. Maffitt Drug Co.. Maffitt Village. 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. ____ MAN'S BICYCLE: PRE WAR MODEL Brand new tires, looks like new- Phone 2-8074 after 7 p.m. __ NEW VICTORY MAN’S BICYCLE. $33.78. No. 6 West Queen St. __ TOY SPECIALS ROCKING $1.95 HORSES at ..—^ muffett $1.79 dolls ---Y CHILDREN’S $9 49 UP We still have a few dolls, doll car riages, tables and chair sets. Blackboards and other toys to se llect from. Carolina Furniture Co. 617 N. 4th Dial 4048 FOR SALE: JUNIOR BOXING GLOVES. Just received. Sr.eeden 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 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 supporta for healthful, restful posture. For appointment call Mrs. J. B. Rober son, 2-8025, 2-3718._ SPENCER SUPPORTS AND BRASS jers designed. Mra Ramieur. 2019 Crea sy Avenue. Dial 9214. 70—For Sale. hanging scales, brushes, floor sweeps, dusters. C. B. Stemberger Equipment Co. Phone 2-1766. 1009 Frincess. Just heceved, whit* 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. WINCHESTER AUTOMATIC 12 GAUGE shotgun, new condition. 26” barrel box shells. >100.00. 1810 Old Wrights ville Road. FINKELSTEIN’S SPECIALS 23 Jewel Waltham Vanguard R. R. Whtch.. $69.00 :H. & R. 22 Revolver With ammunition _ $35.00 Very unusual diamond horse shoe pin. One horeshoe on top of another Very spe cial --I,', $250.06 - ,, i*'.'.*/;> - v ' ■ . Ladies’ 1 carat diamond " • “ in platinum mounting,,-;c.$410.0C FINKELSTEIN'S LOAN OFFICE Front and Market Phone 5662 Dependable Diamond Brokers Since 1906 FOR SALE: GIRLS' PRE WAR BICYCLE in good condition. Good tires. Dial 5404. SACRFICE: HAMILTON MAN’S WATCH 17 jewel, 14k solid gold case and numerals. Simmons chain. $100.00. Phone 4397. 1810 Old Wrightsville Rd. ELECTRIC HEATERS WITH EXTRA elements, double hot plates, roasters, teakettles, egg beaters, sales, 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. t . BEST DOLLAR LIPSTICK IS “If|aJSN English”. Stays on even after Coffee. Ideal gift. Exclusive distributors: Roy al Supply Co., Beauty supplied. Base ment Wallace Building, Third and Princess. WE BUY AND SELL USED FURN1 ture. H. Evfcnson 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. SACRIFICE: DIAMOND RING. MAN’S half carat perfect blue white center stone, two side stones. First $200.00 buys it. Dial 4397 or 1810 Old Wrights ville Road. 75.—houshoid Goods NICE INNER SPRING MATTRESS, GOOD coil spring, wood bed. $30.00. 1810 Old Wrightsville Road FOR SALE: LAWN UMBRELLA TA bles and chairs, ,all metal pre-war constructed; bed blankets and other household furnishings and appliances. 12-C-7 Upshuf Drive, Maffitt Village. QUICK MEAL AND BOSS, BUILT-IN oven, 5 burner oil stoves. From $49.50 up. G. Stein Furniture Co., 605 North 4th St.^ y SAVE MONEY! CHRISTMAS SPE CIAL ON STROLLERS. $7.95. H. BERGER & SON FURNITURE. 707 NORTH 4TH ST. DIAL 5123. 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. 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. H. 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. DOLLS, DOLL BEDS. TEDDY BEARS. SIftle Miss Mutfets, swing, desk sets and rocking chairs. Railroad Salvage Co.. 603 Castle. Dial 2-3626. WE HAVE ~A FEW CHILDREN'S rockers, duck and boat shoo-flys, table and chair sets. Wilmington Furniture Co. “The Old Reliable.” WS HAVE A FEW OIL AND COAL circulators. Pender Furniture Co.. 28 South Front St. "Assistant Home Mak ers.” CEDAR CHESTS. $24.50 up. H. BERGER and Son Furniture Co. 707 No. 4th. Dial 5128. REDUCED PRICES ON BLANKETS and comforts. Levine Furniture Co. 519 Castle. Dial 5347. JUST RECEIVED: A SHIPMENT OF Tie-back and novelty curtains, priced at $5.95 up. Jones Furniture Co., 18 So. Front St . LARGE SUPPLY OF FOLD-A-WAY beds. Complete with felt mattresses. $22.00. Home Furniture Co., 23 Mar ket St. NEW SHIPMENT OF SOFA BEDS AND living room suites with spring con struction. Home Furniture Co., 23 Mar ket St. TABLE LAMPS, FLOOR LAMPS, BOU doir and be dlamp. $2.95 and up. Home Furniture Co.. 23 Market St. FOR SALE: CHEAP. WOOD OR COAL i range. Dial 8, call 8920J. 80—Houses For Sale FOR SALE 16 Maple Ave., Winter Pari Six rooms and bath. Modern. Lot 66 by 330 feet. Terms. FOSTER-HILL REALTY CO “Realtors” FOR SALE 804 Old Wrightsville 'Road AUDUBON Attractive 5-room and bath bungalow. Hardwood floors, pre-war construction. Deep well, 60 ft. plus. All conveni ences. Large lot. On bus line. WADE REALTY CO. J. E. L. Wade, Realtor 205 Princess FOR SALE: SIX ROOM BUNGALOW •team'heat, good location. W. M. Hew lett, Realtor. 214 Princess St. Dial 7138. 80—Houses For Sale SEVERAL NICE PIECES OF PROP erty for sale. Carolina Beach Winter prices. Write Box 661A Carolina Beach. Tucker Real Estate Co. 117 SO. 15TH ST. ATTRACTIVE FIVE room Bungalow. Can arrange reason able terms. H. F. Wilder, realtor, Phone 4932. 85.--Help Wanted—Male WANTED: NEWS AGENT ON TRAIN 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: EXPERIENCED SALESLADY, coat and dress department. Steady po sition. Highest salary paid. Crawford’s Fashion Center. WANTED: SECOND COOK. APPLY James Walker Memorial HospitaL 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. NICE LADY TO CARE FOR 9 MONTH old baby. See Mrs. C. R. Harper, 609 1-2 Castle St. WANTED: EXPERIENCED WAITRESS es, good salary, good hours. Apply either 512 No. 3rd or Ideal Grill, No. 4th St.._ 95—Insurance MUTUAL FIRE AND AUTO INSUR ance. Real estate, bought and sold. J. L. Baldwin. Agency. 317 Princess st . - ■ 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.—Acroas from P. O. 104— Loans MONEY T”o LOAN On Diamonds Watches, Jewei-y, Silverware, Men's Clothing, Typewriters, Shotguns, Musical Instruments and Anything oi Value. FINKELSTEIN’S LOAN OFFICE "Wilmington's Oldest and Largest" Front and Market Streets 105— Lost and Found RED COCKER SPANIEL DOG. AN swers to “Fritzie”. Reward. 12 1-2 So. 2nd St. LOST: “A” GASOLINE RATION BOOK. Isaac Jennings, 1015 Miller St. LOST: BROWN BILLFOLD CONTAIN ing money and valuable papers near Belk-Williams. James Norman Long, 12-A-5 Upshur Drive, Maffitt Village. Re\vard. LOST: FUEL OIL RATON BOOK. R. J. Edwards, Jr., 431 Carolina Ave. Sun set Park, Dial 2-2885. LOST: *‘A” GAS RATION BOOK. MRS. J. C. Boylan, Jr., 509 South 5th St. Wilmington. LOST: LADIES BROWN BILLFOLD containing some cash, “A” and *'B” gasoline books. SAL annual pass and other valuable papers. Reward. Mrs. J. E. Clark, 2217 Chestnut Hjiit, LOST: BILLFOLD CONTAINING 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 SALE. Bill Cole Stables, Masonboro Sound. 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. Dial 2-2790 HOWARD RADIO CO. All Work 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. RADIO TROUBLE. rvlAINmiNU h'ADIU Service, 106 North 2nd St. Phone 2-1403. 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! S I ^jSee the man with the Christmas! Sf plan for the local man. ^ n « n Lowest Possible Rates I 2 No payments due until % 3 January 15, 1945 ffi j£ Drive in to Borrow or to Pay. ® | CO^ER MOTOR FINANCE | | COMPANY i 320714 N. 2nd St. Phone 21956jj tms&mmis&mmmmmmst 139—Radio and Repairs DEPENDABLE RADIO SERVICE WORK guaranteed. House and auto airials. Watson’s Radio Service, 722 No. 3rd St. 150.—Real Estate WE CAN SELL YOUR PROPERTY. WE have customer* with caih for home* from *1,000 to *15.000. Call A. B. Walton Realty Co., 13* Prim-tea St Phone 5087. tv ANTED - LISTINGS OP PROPERTY for sale. For quick, courteous service see L. L. King, Real Estate, 238 Prin cess. 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. Davla. 114 Princess. Dial 6118. MOORE-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. WE SELL THE EARTH. FOSTER HILL Realty Co. 112 Princes* St. Dial 3-3371 LIST YOUR REAL ESTATE WITH W. A McGirt Realtor. 215 Prince** St 155—Seeds—Plants—buins HAVE A GREEN WINTER LAWN: Plant winter gran now Free planting Instruction*. Complete stocks vegetable seeds. Cabbage plants fresh daily, fer tilizer*. flower pot* Roudabush's Bead Store, comer Front and Dock. QUALITY SEED We Specialize In the Seeds You Need CROSS SEED CO. IS Market St. DU 6868 ABRUZZI RYE: FULGRAIN OATS Wheat, barley, Woods Seed Store, ”1‘ No. Front. Dial 4620. 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. Futrelle. Phone 6001 4 p.m. to 9 a.m. iou—xrausiur ana 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 Ave. 170.—Wanted WE PAY CASH FOR ALL MAKES OF sewing machines, Si.iger Sewing Ma chine Co., 304 North Fftmt St. Dial 5526. W7ANTED: PINE AND CYPRESS LOGS. Bryant Lumber Co. WANTED. 1936, 37 OR 38 PLYMOUTH, Chevrolet or Ford, good condition. Dial 2-2886. 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 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. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY"" IDEAL GRILL No. 4th St. OPEN DAY and NIGHT Fried Chicken — Oysters Sandwiches 2 Insurance J | GARLAND F. PALMER | ( FINANCE INCORPORATED 1 B Cape Fear Hotel Bldg. P BliilBiriBliliBIIMIIIlBIIMIIIIBIllfilMIIIIBIlllBl EMERGENCY LOANS Payment Plan to Suit You Convenience WILMINGTON FINANCE CO. 202 Murchisoq Bldg. gpmVBBWVM^WMBaMi ; oai\s | « • AUTO I . • APPLIANCES E i • REFINANCING I ” GARLAND F. PALMER f P Pres, and Mgr. y CEILING - The price we pay on all Clean USED CARS. MAULDIN MOTOR CO. Call C. H. Spooner, 9973 We WILL PAY CASH FOR YOUR USED CAR RANEY Chevrolet Co. 4Db & Princess Dial 9621 170.—Wanted WANTED: YOUNG MAN DESIRES RIDE to Greensboro Saturday after 8 p.m. Dial 2-0109. WANTED TO PUY ONE BOY’S BI cycle. Reasonable. Call 32578 after 6:30 p.m. WANTED: ALL PEOPLE SUFFERING kidney trouble or backache to try “Kido” 97c. Money back guarantee at Saunders Drug store or Brooklyn Pharmacy. WANTED Listings ol 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 DRIVING TO NEWPORT, R. I. VIA Washington, Philadelphia. Leaving Sat urday afternoon will take 2 or 3. Apply evenings in person. Between six and seven p.m. 9-A-7 Upshur Drive, Maf fitt Village. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY CHRISTMAS TREES Heavy, Thick Ones, Bushy and Deep Green Double thick Ver mont Spruce. Prettiest trees in town. Sup port bases attached to most sizes. 2 to 12 ft. iigh. $1 and up. Buy NOW. ROUDABUSH'S SEED STORE 31 8. Front St. Dial MSO FOR CHRISTMAS Singing Canaries—$12.50 each. (Yel low males, in fill song). Parrakeets (Lovebirds) $8.50 pair. (Green, yellow, blue and white). Gold-Fish Aquar iums, 2 1-2, S 1-2, 5 1-2 gallon sixes. $2.75; $3.75 and $4.75 each. Flower vases, heavy—75c each. Elec tric baby chick brooder, 100 capacity. $12.75 each. Garden rakes—$1.50 each. Garden hoes—$1.25 each. Shrubbery, Arborvitaes, Nandinas, Junipers, Codrus Deodoras, assorted sixes. $1.00 to $5.00 each. Rabbits, small bunny—$1.50 each; 3 months old—$3.00 each; large breeder —$5. each. Roudabush's Seed Siore 31 So. Front Dial 6030 OFFICIALS SEE NEW PIPELINE The King’s Bluff pipeline, which is considered by engineers to be one of the most outstanding en gineering projects ever carried out in Southeastern North Carolina, was given a final inspection Tues day, incident to formal acceptance from the contractors by the City Council. City Manager A, C. Nichols re ported yesterday that “all was found satisfactory” about the wa ter line, last link of which was laid September 20. While the reinforced concrete line and the pumping station at the end have been completed, the City officials must await arrival and installation of an emergency gasoline pump before the new wa ter supply system can be put into operation. The Price Brothers Construc tion Co., of Payton, Ohio, con structed the line. The inspection yesterday was made by City Engineer J. A. Loughlin; Colin F. Churchill, Fed eral Works Agency’s supervising engineer; Charles Pearson,, resi dent engineer for the consultnig en gineer; William C. Olsen; and A. W. Smith, supervising engineer of the general contractor. 170.—Wanted. WANTED: CHILD’S LARGE SIZE ROLL top desk and chairs. Dial 2-2506 or 5863. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 CHRISTMAS SPECIALS I 8 & ■* Ladies’ Lockets and Crosses _$4.95 up £ v Ladies Bracelets_$3.95 up £ ft! Single Strand Pearls _$2.95 up ¥ ft! Lapel Pins . $3.95 up ¥ § Gents’ Gold Filled Identifying Bracelets _$14.95 up 5 8 Yellow and White Men’s Expansion Watch Bands -. $11.50 5 | WILMINGTON JEWELRY SHOP I 8 ACROSS FROM POST OFFICE 8 « % r-- 1 -i CHRISTMAS FLOWERS CUT FLOWERS — POT PLANTS WREATHS—A huge assortment of many new and beautiful de signs, well made, and will last a long time. POT PLANTS—Poinsettias, Primroses, Cyclamen. Begonia^, Narcissus. CUT FLOWERS—Chrysanthemums, Gladiolus. Narcissus, Car nations, Roses, Sweet Peas, etc. SPECIAL CHRISTMAS BASKETS — CORSAGES — ASSORTED VASES — DRIED FLOWERS — POTTERY NOVELTIES PREPARED CEMETERY SPRAYS FLOWERS TELEGRAPHED ANYWHERE THE BLOSSOM SHOP 31 So. Front St. Flowers For All Occasions Dial 6030 :hristmas TREES We still have a few nice trees and wreaths. Get yours today. GOLD FISH—FISH BOWLS—AQUARIUM SUPPLIES PLANT FOODS FLOWER, PRUNING and LOPPING SHEARS Last Delivery Before Christinas—Friday Afternoon NOTICE Our Store and Warehouse Will Be Closed MONDAY and TUESDAY December 25th and 26th “Wood’s Seed Store” 317 North Front St. Dial 4620 STATE ENGINEERS INVESTIGATE AVON TRANSPORT METHOD RALEIGH, Dec. 20.— — Gover nor Broughton said today that a :ommittee of engineers from the State Highway Commission had *one to Avon, on the .outer banks, o make “whatever provisions are lecessary” to provide transporta ion from the banks over the in ets to the mainland. The engineers were sent to Avon ifter conferences between the Gov ernor and the Highway Commis sion over the plight of outer banks -esidents whose tarnsporation to :he mainland has been hampered since the hurricane in September. The Governor said residents of 'he area currently need temporary bridges in order to get building supplies to the striken area. The Red Cross is providing all other necessary supplies, the Gov ernor said. GOVERNORDEFERS EXECUTION MOVE RALEIGH, Dec. 20.—(IP)— Gov. ernor Broughton said today he would withhold until “after Christ mas” his decisions in the cases of eight persons now on death row at Central Prison and scheduled to die on December 29. He said he had been studying several of the cases for some time and would probably spend a part of the Christmas holidays review incr thp nthpr*; The eight scheduled to die are: William Dalton ' Biggs, Elmer Biggs, Jr., brothers, and John Ed gar Messer, all convicted of slay ing E, J. Swanson, Jamestown merchant, near Greensboro; An nie Mae Allison, 15 Bessie Mae Williams, 19, and Ralph Thomp son, 18, Negroes convicted of the slaying of Mack Minyard Char lotte taxicab driver; William Jo seph Dunheen, convicted of mur dering his sweetheart in Guilford county; and Melvin Wade, convict ed in Scotland county of criminal assault. The Governor said there was some indication that attorneys for the Biggs brothers and Messer may carry their case to the U.S. Court of Appeals. At the same time, he said a motion likely would be made in the case of Dunheen for a new trial on newly discovered evidence. BRITISH CENSURE AMERICAN SPEECH LONDON, Dec. 20.—f^P)— Criti cisms of “Hollywood conceptions of life” and praise of the British “quality of voice which . makes English sound like a flute against the American tin whistle” were heard today in a Commons dis cussion of British versus Ameri can films in world markets. Maj. Henry Adam Proctor de clared “we have been for many years in this country getting a very raw deal from American pro ducers and the whole of the Am erican film industry has dealt very harshly with products made in this country. “This is due,” he said, “to the fact that financiers in the indus try, and especially American con trollers, see to it that the English film will not be a competitor with American production. We are equal to the Americans in direction, script, writars, and actors, and we have that peculiar quality of voice which makes English sound like a flute against the American tin whistle.” Discussing an amendment to a quota order which would increase moderately the number of British films, Ellis Smith said he be lieved the Board of Trade “too pessimistic about future prospects for the British film industry.” —-v -- Joe Penner’s Widow Robbed Of Jewelry PATERSON. N. J., Dec. 20.—(iP) —Police Chief James Walker said today Mrs. Eleanor Penner, widow of Comedian Joe Penner, complain ed she was kidnapped by five men in an automobile and robbed of jewelry insured for '$20,000 after she had visited several taverns here. The chief said that as the woman was leaving a tavern with three Navy enlisted men she had met in Brooklyn and accompanied here, a car drove up and one of the oc cupants offered a lift to New York to the four. The alleged robbery was com mitted the night of December 9 and the woman came here today with detectives representing a company which had insured the jewelry including a $10,000 diamond ring, Walker said. LOOKING FOR GIFTS? ? Ton’ll find hundreds •) Quality Items In Our Gift Shop. Come in and selec' your Christmas Gifts Now. ★. SILVERPLATE ★ CHINA WARE ★ PICTURES ★ LUGGAGE ★ CRYSTALWARE And Many Others! 1 (Jewel (Box Qift Shop Downstairs at the Jewel Box 109 N. FRONT ST.