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renouncements.
^Automotive.
^'niroPractor'
J^llers-StationeM.
i;1mlde« Supplies.
£g :„r,eis Opportunities
jLpj'lness Service.
^Business Sites.
^Cleaners—Dyers.
^-Wood-Fuel Oil.
jjairy Products.
e.DaMldg
jj.t,gs-C«t»-Pete
^-Dry8 Cleaning—Preulnj.
i>£aia3ifS
gating Places,
t:—Electrical.
U-Feeds.
Financial.
Floor Finisher*.
;i—Florist
«—For Rent.
TuFor Rent At Rererots.
Lfor Rent-Apartments.
tvFor Rent- Rooms.
7-Room and Board.
Foi Rent-House*.
?rfor S. e.
7 Hardware.
7-Househoid Goods.
7 House' For Sale,
ji Heip Wanted —Male.
'.i-Heip Wanted—Femilt.
j; -Insurance.
j(t ir-structior.
j;; Jfweiry.
12 Landry.
1.. l/ans.
j'v-i.ist and Found.
i;>-L vestock.
;:;-V.i5celianeou*.
!>.machinery.
l>.Music.
^pif.ce Lquipment.
ji-iffice For Rent.
g-Vaini- Papering,
plumbing--Heating.
^-Printing.
li-frofcssionai.
1">- Personal
li$-]‘uuitrv
1>-Pad!0 and Repair*
LL-rtai Estate
l:J-Ritngeration Service
lij-Steds- Plants—Bulbs.
ft-Situaticns Wanted.
1" S:.oes.
ir-T ansportatlon and Storage.
Z -T. pewriters.
i;c* Wanted.
I- vmiouncements
a i SANTA (LAUS—WILL GLADLY
jive young bunny rabbits to all kids
h‘. want them for Christmas. Free.
Grates. Phone 9952. I. Hardeman.
; auaf;yL>nd7T945 i will
..ESUME ACTIVE OPERATION ‘
OF EUREKA CLEANERS. COR
NER 2ND & DOCK. JESS WIL
:afd.
i .iitomotlvt
CTOMOTIVE: FOR SALE 1936 PLY
noutb, good '.res. Can be seen Fri
r and Saturday at 2835D Jefferson
A Riverside Apts. Phone 2-8866.
r BUY AND SELL USED CARS. K.
E 3atson. Truck Service Garage. 1104
X 4th Dial 2-1462.
CEILING PRICE ON ALL AUTOMO
3i£5. Decicase 4 per cent Jan. 1st.
S3\e by selling us your car today. Sut
■ .'--Haskett Pontiac Co. 16 No. 2nd.
M 2-8150.
INSTALL SHATTER PROOF GLASS
automobiles Robert's Ayto Ex
hale j!9 South 13th.
L pAY ALL THAT OPA CEILING
a permit for clean cars. Mac-MIl
^Ju'rl! Co . 208 No 2nd Dial B574
Us'fnger Lar“ tires! REPAIRED j
•ad recaoped Reid’s Tire Service. 216
^arktt St.
TUP PRICES PAID
On All Used Car*
J. T. BARKER
•N'ext :o Cape Fear Hotel
Chevrolet Oldsmobiel. Cadillac
Sales and Service
RANEY CHEVROLET CO.
JLPnnce£s St. Dia 8651
FOR YOUR CAR. WE BUY AND ,
; ■ good used cars Howell Motor Co 1
Third Street.
^FN'GER CAR TIRES RECAPPED
■ ; rePa»ea Akron Tire Company
. prtn Third St.
^ ,youR TIRES RECAPPED BY
Uctory liaiihad method Wen
Bro«.. ird and Grace DSaJ *•
* "irupractot
^ilACHE, BACKACHE, NERVOUS
J* „Dr 51 ary j Layton, 512 South
_^__Building Phone 2-0128. _
^|Wers snppliea
Et0TEX WHITE ROCK WALLBOARD
. "e side walk. Celotex 16 x 32.
e'.. .d |on tile ior ceilings, is excellent
v^ruction. Ask Becker’s. Dial 7761.
Roofing"co. phone le
{•fa120- Wilmington 2-8807, We han
{ Barrett Products, one of the old*
-oofing manufacturers in America,
j * sPecialize in EVERLOX shingles
^'■nailed on lock you have heard |
i about. We have applied this? |
••• g*e on some of the best homes in I
«nmgt°n for the last eighl years
ten °e appl*C(* over wooden shingles.
Orn years guarantee against leaks.
^J^arto pay.
*?tLET a STRANGER COVER YOUR
when you can get us to covei
cUri tord lock shingles that cannot
5 or blow up at same price with
ilc1varantee ,hat is worth something.
5>-!LLumper Co.. M. C. Mclver. 4347.
j5RETh DELIVERED TO YOUR
3ar,'r,1Qed ln transit S and O Com
js^_Prione 5502_
RASH DOORS, blinds, win
co]i,m Door frames, screens. Turned
p.d Cabinets Oldest Best SQUiP*
ial 5229 'n City Ro^eric** *nt*
J^Usiness Opportunities
ji’c. ■— —___
5hi-E,SS OPPORTUNITY: BARBER
r;eL!. 01 rent. Extra good location for
^s^Jtiarn Phone 6062._
^ The Classified Ads
14—Bu*ine»» Seme* |
F^nRg.LA^°i O AND-niT
£*g> UnoK* JSF12S J”„renH
nu,BS°tt.herD31.rd47^n- Uth and “h.“
-2—Clothing “
MENI VOU CAN DRISS Wn i ^jAvi
5:5—Coal—Wood—Fuel Ql)
WOOD. ALL KINDS. ANY lIFncVh
HUve^bark*1*0 kindUn* DUI *204 B. v'
JOpEark ASn.f,KS W°°D YARD W™™
rark. Split pme and oak wood Cut
2-n234flength W* deliver anywhere! Dial
Hogs—Cats—Pets ~
WHITE COCKER PUPPIES BEAUTIFUI
12 weeks'1 o)dh R°Kd' ttAKC re8>stered!
BeacTphon^ZT^.11 Car°Iina
C°RKER SPANIEL PUPS. NINE WEEKS
left F1ema}ghtKii0r|ChriStmaS~0nly two
Iff' ^eniales. black and tan. AKC reg
istered. ?40 each. 510 South Second St.
3a—Drugs
_ ‘Del U. Pill 'Your_Next ~
R R f SCRiPt ION
aee Us For Your Drug Needs
BROOKLYN PHARMACY
902 North 4th St. Dial SeOB
NO ONE SELLS FOR LESS;687
41—Eatable*
BROWN'S GROCERY CHOICE CUTS
lamb, veal, beef and pork. Fancy Uro
ccnes, 302 North 4th St. Dial 8535.
45—Electrical
MASON ELECTRIC CO.
. Electric Contractors
107 North 3rd St. Dial 6782
48—Feeds ~
nuuLiHKUUK 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-PIP 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 C030
52— For Rent
FOR RENT: DESIRABLE SECOND
fiuoi office. Steam heat. Apply Walker
Taylor, 12 Princess St.
5b—lor Rent—Aparin.cuts
FOR RENT! TO COUPLE, 2 ROOM
apartment, completely furnished. $10
per week. 1011 So. 5th St. Dial 2-2580.
FURNISHED 2 ROOM APARTMENT,
couple without children. 1 extra bed
room. 419 No. 4th St.
FIVE ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT
on bus line, electric refrigerator, gas
stove. Coal circulator. Call 4012.
60—For Rent—Rooms
NICE ROOM, STEAM HEAT, OPEN
January 1st. 519 Grace St, Close to
downtown. Phone 7271. Price regular.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM TO RE
fined business woman. 1 Carolina Apts.
Dial 9846.
5 1-2 PRINCESS, HEAT, HOT WATER.
Cooking privileges. Apply 317 Grace
10 to 5.
65—For Kent—b.uses
FOR RENT: COTTAGE 5 ROOMS AND
bath at Wrightsville Beach. 31 Bir
mingham Street. Apply H. C. John
son. Phone Wrightsville 8563.
Jtfc-For Sale ...... _e
FOR-SALE: NEW BOYS’ 26 INCH BICY
cle. Telephone 2- .'.'''OS.
SAVAGE 22 LR. WITH 4 POWER WEA
ver Telescopic sights, sling and 500
rounds of ammunition. New condition.
312 Southern Building. 8 Jackson Drive,
ANOTHER- SHIPMENT OF BABY'S
rubber pants, just received. 50c. The
Nancy Wilma Shop 112 No. Second St.
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. _
TOY SPECIALS
rocking «1
HORSES at .
MUFFETT 7Q
DOLLS -.^ ' |
CHILDREN'S «94qup;
ROCKERS -. yA.W ]
We still have a few dolls, doll car
riages, tables and chair sets.
Blackboards and other toys to se
lect from.
Carolina Furniture Co.
617 N. 4th Dial 4048 :
!
IN STOCKT 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 P R A C T I C A L
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 for healthful, restful posture.
For appointment call Mr . J B Rober
son, 2-8025. 2-3718. ■ _
SPENCER ~ SUPPORTS AND BRASS
lers designed Mrs Ramseur 2019 Crea
sy Avenue Dial 6214_____
FOR SALE: ONE MEDIUM SIZE ROLL
top child's desk, 2 drawers, good con
dition. Phone 2-6745 after 7 p.m._
ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA LATEST
edition, comple'e. Reasonable. Write
E-2, care of Star-News. _
HANGING SCALES. BRUSHES FLOOR
sweeps, dusters. C. B. Sternbergei
Equipment Co. Phone 2-1766. 1009
Princess.
AIR COMPRESSORS FOR FERTILIZER
and industrial plants. Write B. H.
Dixon. Rocky Mount, N. C. Factory
Rep.___I
ELECTRIC HEATERS WITH EXTRA I
elements, double hot plates, roasters, j
teakettles, egg beaters, safes, like new.
20 inches up. National cash registers.
All siie garbage cans. 5 gal. oil cans.
12 auart buckets, sausage mills slic
ing machines. L. F. Sollee. 902 Prin
cess St,_______
iuv AND SELL USED FURNI
ture. H Evanson Furniture Exchange
716 Castle. Dial 2-3809.
DOG COLLAP.S WITH YOUR NAME
and address $1.00 each. $10.00 dozen. I
Bast leather used. Ballard Leathei
Co.. 212 N. College St.. Charlotte. N.C
-'OUX SHAMPOO TINTS. ALL SHADES.
Beauty supplies. Royal Supply Co.
Basement, Wallace Building, Third and
Princess St. _
FOR SALE: GIRL'S BICYCLE, NEW
paint, new pre war tires. Phone 2-8538.
70.—For Sale.
TO RESTORE COLOR TO GRAY HAIR
use famous ‘Blue Bird” scalp tonic
at all Barber shops. Sold by Apple
white Supply Co.t 14 Market St.
FINKELSTEIN’S
Gift Suggestions
-.ady’s one carat diamond ring.
$500 value. Very special for
Christmas . $295.00
Brand new 17 Jewel waterproof
and shockproof watch with
sweep second hand for the
service men_$45.00
-onn Alto saxophone, gold fin
ish in case _ $125.00
Men’s sterling and yellow gold
filled identification bracelets
from - $5.95 up
22 automatic H&R Reising rifle
with Redfield sight_$68.50
H&R 22 sportsman revolver
with ammunition, new_$35.00
High powered navigation field
glass with leather case, A
fine gift for a boat owner $89.00
Conn Trombone, gold finish in
case. Tommy Dorsey mod
el - $89.50
Ladies’ lockets and crosses,
gold filled, fine designs $4.95 up
Dresser sets. A large variety of
dresser sets-$4.95 up
Gent’s solid gold heavy weight
wedding rings. 10 and
14K - $12.50 up
Lady’s jewel box, with tray,
plush lined__ $5.95
Lady’s seventeen jewel Bulova
—platinum case set with 36
diamonds. A * very special
price for Christmas_$555.00
Heavily reinforced brand new
lockers - $13.55
Leather military case suitable
for soldier or civilian __ $6.95 up
Dunhill cigarette lighter for
servicemen _ $2.00
Ladies’ manicuring sets $4.95 up
Baby comb and brush sets $4.95
Men’s yellow gold stretch
bands . $10.00
Lady’s yellow gold expansion
bands - $9.00
Ladies’ leather bound week
end bags.. $12.95
Wallets! All leather, largest
assortment in town __ $2.00 to $10
Finkelstein’s offers a large se
lection of Christmas gifts for
the entire family.
CHAS. FINKELSTEIN
& SON
Front and Market Sts.
Phone 5662
PHLCO CABINET RADIO. DIAL 4133.
75.—bousbold Goods
FOR SALE: HOUSE HOLD GOODS,
novelty tapestry and dishes. Call after
5 p,m. 1421 South 3rd St.
SLIGHTLY USED EEDROOM SUITE
pre-war spring, inner spring mattre»s.
combination radio and victrola. Bat
son Transfer Co.
QUICK MEAL AND BOSS, BUILT-IN
oven, 5 burner oil stoves. From $49.50
up. G. Stein Furniture Co.. 605 North
4th St.
SAVE MONEY! CHRISTMAS SPE
CIAL ON STROLLERS. $7.95. H.
BERGER & SON FURNITURE.
707 NORTH 4TH ST. DIAL 5128.
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.
D'AL 5128.
DOLLS. DOLL BEDS. TEDDY BEARS.
Little Miss MuCfets. 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.”
WE 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.
80—Houses for Sale
FOR SALE: SIX ROOM BUNGALOW,
steam heat, jood location. W. M. Hew
lett, Realtor. 214 Princess St. Dial 7138.
SEVERAL NICE PIECES OF PROP
erty tor sale Carolina Beach Winter
prices Write Box 661A Carolina
Beach Tucker Real Estate Co.
117 SO. I5TH ST. ATTRACTIVE FIVE
room Bungalow. Can arrange reason
able terms. H. F. Wilder, realtor,
Phone 4932.
85.—Help Wanted—Male
NOTICE TO EMPLOYERS AND WORK
era. All workeaa. 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
SALESLADIES FOR READY-TO-WEAR
and small wear departments. Beverly’s
Dress Shop, 104 No. Front St.
WANTED: ACTIVE PERSON TO OP
erate large rooming and boarding house
good location, money maker. Will rent
run on shares, or sell. Call 6118 or
2-3202.
90—Help Wanted—Female
WANTED: 3 EXPERIENCED WAITRESS
es. $17.50 per week. Tuesdays off. Ap
ply in person. Famous Club & Grill.
Carolina Beach Road.
WANTED: EXPERIENCED WAITRESS
es, good salary and board. Apply in
person. USA Restaurant. 119 Market St.
WANTED. EXPERIENCED SALESLADY,
coat anti dress department. Steady po
sition. Highest salary paid. Crawford’s
Fashion Center.
WANTED: SECOND COOK. APPLY
James Walker Memorial Hospital.
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: EXPERIENCED WAITRESS
es, good salary, good hours. Apply
either 512 No. 3rd or Ideal Grill, No.
4th St.
WANTED: LADY CLERK FOR RETAIL
grocery. See Manager, C & B Food
Store, 10th and Market.
95—Insurance
MUTUAL FIRE AND AUTO INSUR
ance. Real estate, bought and sold
J. L. Baldwin. Agency. 217 Prlncew
St
F~E~LmNGSTON-iT’ca
Mutual Insurance Real Estate
_Wallace Bldg., Dial 6047
100— Instruction
MRS. MOTTE'S SECRETARIAL SCHOOL
313 Church Street All commercial eub
iects taught.
101— Jewelry
Guaranteed Watch Repairing
Guaranteed Service
WILMINGTON JEWELRY SHOP
127 North Front St.—Acroas from P. O.
104— Loans
KONfi I t"U LOAN
On Diamonds Watcnes, Jewel";
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
RED COCKER SPANIEL DOG. AN
swers to “Fritzie”. Reward. 12 1-2 So.
2nd St.
LOST: BILLFOLD CONTAINING “A”
and “C” gas coupons and other valu
able papers. L. E. Simmons. Ash, N. C.
Reward.
LOST AT HARBOR ISLAND, BLUE
pocketbook containing 5 ration books.
Finder keep money, return to Isabell
Van, Rt. 1. Box 272A.
LOST: WALLET CONTAINING MARRI
age license, other personal valuable
papers. Reward. Call 4174. Mrs. R. L.
Bayer.
110—Livestock
PONIES AND SADDLES FOR SALE.
Bill Cole Stables, Masonboro Sound.
LARGE STOCKY BUILT HORSE. WORK
anywhere. See Hooper. Legion Stables
at Ball Park.
FOR SALeT PRETTY SPOTTED PONY,
7 years old, gentle for any child. Call
Wrightsville b77HJ.
FOR SALE: 11 WEEKS OLD PIGS. SEE
Mr. Benton at Rogersville. Near R. H.
Taylor’s Plumbing Shop or Phone 5647.
FIRST CLASS MEDIUM SIZE MULE IN
good shape. Will sell or trade for small
farm tractor or part payment. Dial 4921
or 4446.
FOR SALE: ONE SHETLAND PONY,
cart and harness. A. H. Gainey, Le
land Highway, 74 & 76.
TWO MILK GOATS FOR SALE AND
one Billy, priced low. Box 222, Rt. 2.
City. _ - •« j -• __
118—Music
PIANOS
Just received large shipment of Spin
ette, Studio, Upright and Grand Pianos.
Come in and se>ct yours today. A. H.
Yopp Piano Co., 209 Princess St. Dial
2-3722.
136—Poultry
BI.OODTESTED BABY CHICKS LBAD
ing breeds, hatches twice weekly
Thousands on hand dai'y Loudabushs
Seed Store.
139,--Radio and Repairs
BLAKE BROS.
RADIOS AND REFRIGERATION
REPAIR SERVICE
520 Castle. Dial 2-2780
HOWARD RADIO CO.
AM Work Fully Guaranteed
1027 So. 3rd SL Phone 4820
CAN CHANGE YOUR BATTERY RA
dio to electric Hufham’s Radio Shop.
517 North 3rd St. Dial 5397.
RADIO TROUBLE" MANNING'S RADIO
Service, 106 North 2nd St. Phone 2-1403.
DEPENDABLE RADIO SERVICE WORK
guaranteed. House and auto airials.
Watson's Radio Service. 722 No. 3rd
St.
150. —Real Estate
For quick results list your
property with Geo. A. Biddle, Real
Estate. R- H. Lewis. Salesman. 232
Princess.
MOORE-FONVIELLF REALTY CO.. WE
are equipped to serve you.
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
150.—Real Estate
WF, CAN SELL YOUR PROPERTY. WE
have customers with cash for homes
from $1,000 to $1S,000. Call A. &
Walton Realty Co.. 12$ Princess St.
Phone 5087.
WANTED - LISTINGS OF PROPERTY
for sale. For quick, courteous service
see L. L. King, Real Estate. 238 Prin
cess. Dial 6931.
IF YOU WANT YOUR PROPERTY
sold, list it with W. R Davis. 114
Princess. Dial 6118.
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 HtU.
Realty Co. 112 Princess St. Dial 2-3371
LIST YOUR REAL ESTATE WITH W A.
McGirt. Realtor. 235 Princess St.
155—Seeds—Plants—BulDS
HAVE A GREEN WINTER LAWN:
Plant winter grass now free planting
Instructions. Complete slocks vegetable
seeds Cabbage plants tresn daily, far
tllizers. flower pots Koudabush’s Seed
Store, corner Front and Dock.
QUALITY SEED 7
We Specialize in the Seeds
You Need
CROSS SEED CO
19 Market St. Otol 8868
ABRUZZI RYE: FULGRAIN OATS.
Wheat, barley, Woods Seed Store. "V
No. Front. Dial 4620.
RICH SOIL FOR VICTORY GARDENS
and shrubbery. 82.50 a load deliver
ed. Phone 6083.
160—Transfer and Storage
TONES TRANSFER, LOCAL AND LONG
distance. Storage and woodyard. Ill
No .11th St. Dial 4928. Call us.
170.—Wanted
WE PAY CASH FOR ALL MAKES OF
sewing machines, Ri.iger Seeing Ma
chine Co., 304 North Front St. Dial
5526.
WANTED: PINE AND CYPRESS LOGS.
Bryant Lumber Co.
WANTED 1936, 37 OR 38 PLYMOUTH,
Chevrolet or Ford, good condition.
Dial 2-2886.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY: SMALL FUR
nished apartment in nice residential
neighborhood. Write Box R-l. care of
Star-News.
170.—Wanted
WANTED: ALL PEOPLE SUFFERING
kidney trouble or backache to try
“Kido" 97c. Money back guarantee
at Saunders Drug store or Brooklyn
Pharmacy
WANTED
Listings ot property toi tale
anywhere in this vicinity. We
have the client* — expert
service.
MARSHALL REALTY CO.
K. B. Marshall—E. L. Strickland
Realtors
210 Princess SL
Property Management, Sales.
Rentals
WANTED OCEAN FRONT 5 OR 6 ROOM
cottage at Carolina Beach. Will pay
cash if price is right. Write R-5, care
of Star-News.
WANTED JANUARY 1ST BY REFINED
elderly couple, cne or two heated fur
nished rooms and kitchenetts. Willing
to share home. Write S-l, care of
Star-News.
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
170.—Wanted.
REASONABLE REWARD IF ACCEPT
ed for 3 or 4 room apartment or house
furnished. Phone 4701,
WANTED
Unfurnished House or
Apartment In City or
Suburbs
Permanent resident desires ei
ther a 3-bedroom preferably or
2-bedroom house or apartment.
Reply
Box “EBF” Co. Star-News
WANTED: 16mm MOVIE PROJECTOR.
Dial 4183.
WANTED TO BUY SECOND HAND Bi
cycles, Pickards, 20S Market St.
180 —Legal
SALE OF REAL ESTATE
By virtue of the power and authority
contained in a certain mortgage execut
ed by John G. Jones and wife, Hattie
Jones to the undersigned, which said
mortgage bears date January 27th, 1944,
and is duly recorded in the office of
the Register of Deeds of New Hanover
County in Book 331, at page 15, default
having been made in the payment of the I
debt secured thereby, the undersigned
will on Monday, the 15th day of Janu
iry, 1945, at twelve 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
certain tract, piece or parcel of land,
ying, being and situate in the City of
Wilmington, County of New Hanover,
State of North Carolina, and bounded
and described as follows:
BEGINNING at a point in the Eastern
line of Brooklyn Street, 75 feet South
wardly from the Southeastern Intersec
tion of Brooklyn and Howard Streets,
md running thence Southwardly along
the Eastern line of Brooklyn Street, 33
feet; thence Eastwardly and parallel with
Howard Street, 15 feet; thence North
wardly and parallel wih Brooklyn Street,
13 feet; thence Westwardly and parallel
with Howard Street, 75 feet to the Eas
tern line of Brooklyn Street, the point
of beginning. Being a part of Lot 2
in Block 351, according to the official
plan of the City of Wilmington.
This the 15th aay of December, 1944.
GEORGE H,. BRINSON and wife,
LIZZIE BRINSON.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA:
COUNTY OF NEW HANOVER:
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE
By virtue of the power and authority
contained in a decree of sale made in
a certain action pending in the Superior
Court of New Hanover County. North
Carolina, wherein the City of Wtiming
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ~
Truman Expects New Job
To Consume All Of Time
WASHINGTON, Dec. 22.— UR —
Senator Harry S. Truman plans to
accept no executive sideline jobs
after he becomes vice president on
January 20.
The Missouri Senator told friends
before he left Washington today for
a holiday vacation in his home state
that President Roosevelt and he
had agreed he would not be called
upon for outside activities. Such
things engaged some of the time
of his predecessor, Henry A. Wal
lace. Wallace once headed the now
defunct Board of Economic War
fare.
Truman’s ambition, as reported
by his intimates, is to become
a direct pipeline for the exchange
of information and ideas between
the White House and the Senate.
Because he has been in the Sen
ate for 10 years, Truman feels that
members will accept him as one
of their own, not look upon him
as an interloper. He hopes they will
continue to tell him their troubles,
advise with him about legislation.
Truman expects to see Mr. Roose
velt a couple of times a week and
thus be in a position to communi
cate to the White House quickly the
views of the Senators about impor
tant matters. In return, he hopes
to be able to tell members where
the President stands on important
questions that come before them.
He will have opportunity for per
sonal contact with the President
at cabinet meetings, besides attend
ing the irregular conferences Mr.
180.—Legal
ton et al are plaintiffs and David P.
Glenn and wife, Clara Patterson Glenn,
are defendants, the undersigned will on
Tuesday, the 2nd day of January, 1945,
at twelve o’clock noon, at the Court
House door of New Hanover County
sell at public auction to the highest bid
der, for cash, all that certain lot or
parcel of land, lying and being in the
City of Wilmington, New Hanover Coun
ty, North Carolina, and more particu
larly described as follows, to-wit:
BEGINNING in the Northern line of
Queen Street at a point, 41 feet and
three inches. East from its intersection
with the Eastern line of Thirteenth Street
and running hence Northwardly and
parallel with Thirteenth Street one hun
dred feet; thence Eastwardly and parallel
with Queen street, forty-one (41) feet
and three inches; thence Southwardly
and parallel with Thirteenth Street one
hundred (100) feet to the Northern line
of Queen Street; thence Westwardly
along the Northern line of Queen Street,
forty-one (41) feet and three inches to
the point of Beginning, same being part
of the Western part of Lots 5 arid 6,
block 510, according to the official plan
of the City of Wilmington.
This the 28th day of November, 1944.
J. H. FERGUSON
Commissioner.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA:
COUNTY OF NEW HANOVER:
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE
By virtue of the power and authority
contained in a decree of sale made in a
certain action pending in the Superior
Court of New Hanover County, North
Carolina, wherein the City of Wilmington
et al are plaintiffs and Annie Miller et
al are defendants, the undersigned will
on Tuesday, the 2nd day of January,
1945, at twelve o’cock noon, at the Cour)
House door of New Hanover County sell
at public auction to the highest bidder,
for cash, all that certain lot or parcel of
land, lying and being in the City of
Wilmington, New Hanover County, North
Carolina, and more particularly describ
ed as follows, to-wit:
BEGINNING at the Southeast intersec
tion of 8th and Taylor Streets and run
ning thence along the Southern line of
Taylor Street Eastwardly, 65 feet; thence
Southwardly parallel with 8th Street 60
feet; thence Westwardly parallel with
Taylor Street 65 feet to Eastern line of
8th Street; thence Northv/afdly with the
said Eastern line of 8th Street 60 feet to
the beginning. The same being part of
Lot 1 Block 329 according to official
plan of the City of Wilmington.
This the 28th day of November, 1944.
J. H. FERGUSON
Commissioner
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA:
COUNTY OF NEW HANOVER:
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE
By virtue of the power and authority
contained in a decree of sale made in
a certain action pending in the Superior
Court of New Hanover County, North
Carolina, wherein the City of Wilming
ton et al are plaintiffs and Louis Tindall
et al are defendants, the undersigned will
on Tuesday, the 2nd day of January,
1945, at twelve o’clock noon at the Court
House door of New Hanover County sell
at public auction to the highest bidder
for cash all that certain lot or parcel
of land, lying and being in the City
of Wilmington, New Hanover County,
North Carolina, and more particularly
described as follows, to-wit:
BEGINNING in the Eastern line of
Fourth Street, 66 feet South of the South
ern line of Nixon Street and running
thence Southwardly along said Eastern
line of Fourth Street 33 feet; thence East
wardly and parallel with Nixon Street.
150 feet to the Western line of James
Street; thence Northwardly along said
Western line of James Street 33 feet and
thence Westwardly and parallel with
Nixon Street 150 feet to the Beginning.
Same being the Northwestern one quarter
of Lot No. 2 in Block 323. according to
official plan of the City of Wilmington.
This the 28th day of November, 1944.
J. H. FERGUSON
Commissioner
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Roosevelt holds with his legislative
leaders.
An exchange of views between
the White House and Senate, Tru
man believes, will go a long way
toward droning out some of the dif
ficulties with which the Adminis
tration is beset in Congress. In
the Senate Mr. Roosevelt’s forces
have only nominal control, can lose
the ball quickly any time a dozen
Democrats join lorces with the Re
publicans. That has happened of
ten.
The Vice President elect’s con
tacts with the Senate may bear
fruit in another direction, too. He
is toying with the idea of making
brief weekly broadcasts—a sort of
radio report to the Nation from
its No. 2 man in the official execu
tive family.
_v_
STATE OFFICE
ASTONISHMENT
By JAMES MARLOW
WASHINGTON, Dec. 22.— W—
This story about the State depart
ment is astonishing in a way.'
Nothing like it has happened be
fore.
Secretary of State Stettinius, new
in his job, has been trying to re
organize the department. It has
been sticky with secrecy.
You can get information there,
sometimes. Too often it is "off
the record” or "not for attribu
tion.”
Which means: mister, if you
want to print it, it’s your baby.
I didn’t tell it to you.
Stettinius is determined to hu
manize the place, loosen it up,
warm it up, and wipe out unneces
sary secrecy.
Yesterday he called 2,500 depart
ment employes from their desks
to Constitution Hall. It was the first
time they had been brought to
gether.
He wanted to introduce to them
his new top aides: Undersecretary
Joseph C. Grew, and Assistant Sec
retaries Nelson Rockefeller, Will
L. Clayton, James C. Dunn and
Archibald MacLeish.
On the way over I could see
with the mind’s eye how some of
the department’s old timers would
take all this: they’d gulp with dis
may, as if someone had knocked
their hats off.
And I thought, too, that this
thing might be a little on the
phony side, that Stettinius, in his
eagerness to loosen up the depart
ment, might be resorting to the
kind of good-fellowship you’d find
at a salesmen’s luncheon.
But after a U. S. Marine band
had played briefly Stettinius and
his aides walked out on the stage.
He told the 2,500 something like
this:
“I’m reorganizing the depart
ment. These are my new aides. I
wanted you to meet them and see
them. We all have a lot of work
to do. It’s important work and
we’ll have to work together. We’re
going to expand the department.
You’ll have opportunities for pro
motion.”
That was it. It was probably
the most simple, direct, human
thing I’ve seen among top officials
in Washington. It certainly was
one of the most sensible.
I think maybe most of the 2,500
felt that way, too. Maybe seeing it
happen in the State department
makes it seem much more human
than if it had happened anywhere
else.
But there was one jarring note:
Stettinius told the newspaper peo
ple present that the whole thing
—even the fact of the meeting—
was off the record.
Here was an open, friendly act
by Stettinius. It couldn’t possibly
be criticised Yet it couldn’t be
published. Someone—apparently
his information service—advised
him that way.
At least he so indicated when,
hours later, the ban was lifted.
It may appear from all this—
and that’s the intention—that, even
though Stettinius has the best
goodwill, he has plenty of work
ahead to root out the department’s
long tradition of secrecy on prac
tically everything.
-V
Church Of Good Shepherd
Plans Eucharist Service
The traditional Christmas Eu
charist service at the Church of the
Good Shepherd, at Six and Queen
streets, will be held at 11-30 p. m.
Christmas eve.
In announcing the service, one of
the high points in the calendar of
the Episcopal church, the Rev.
Harvey W. Glazier, pastor, said:
“This is the time at which the
congregation has preferred to have
the service held at the Church of
the Good Shepherd, and it has
grown richer and more meaningful
every year.’’
Congregation members and their
friends were invited to the Sunday
night service and the Holy Com
munion service at 10 30 a. m.
Christmas day.
-V
ARMY NEEDS MORE
ARTIFICIAL LIMBS
ATLANTA, Ga. — <.P> — At the
Army’s Lav* son General hospital,
100 artificial legs and arms are
manufactured every month to
meet the needs of amputation cas
es here, and an Army doctor says
“we’re going to have to increase
that output shortly.” Lawson is
one of six amputation centers in
the Army hospital chain.
-V
Before Franklin P. Adams was
a columnist or a radio celebrity
he was an insurance salesman,
and also collaborated in 1909 with
O. Henry on a musical comedy,
“Lo.’’
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we pay on all Clean
USED CARS.
MAULDIN
MCTOR CO.
Call C. H. Spooner, 9973
We WILL PAY CASH
FOR YOUR
USED CAR
RANEY Chevrolet Co.
4lh & Priacass Dial S621
FOR CHRISTMAS
Singing Canaries—$12.50 each. (Yel
low males, in fill song). Parrakeets
(Lovebirds) $K.5l) pair. (Green, yellow,
blue and white) Gold-Fish Aquar
iums, 2 1-2, 3 1-2, 5 1-2 gallon sires.
S2.75 $3 5 and $4.75 each. j
Flower vases, heavy—75c each. Elec
tric >aby chick brooder, 100 capacity.
$12.75 each. Garden rakes—$1.50 each.
Garden hoes—$1.25 each.
Shrubbery, Arborvitaes, Nandinas,
Junipers, Codrus Deodoras, assorted
sires. $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 Store
31 So. Front Dial 6030
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
AT
Nick's Market
5th and Greenfield Sts.
RIPE RANANAS
FOR CHRISTMAS
and plenty of wafers for pudding
We still have dates, figs r.nd
plenty nuts, and the most beau
tiful fruit in the city. Orders for
$5.00 or more delivered free of
charge.
CHAMPAGNE
Chateau Martin _ $2.50
Plenty of Virginia Dare Wines,
also port, muscatel, and sherry
and wines for fruit cakes and
table use.
CHRISTMAS SPECIALS $
%
Ladies’ Lockets and Crosses _...$4.95 up £
Ladies Bracelets___...._$3.95 up
Single Strand Pearls ___$2.95 up J
Lapel Pins ...$3.95 up ?
Gents’ Gold Filled Identifying Bracelets.$14.95 up
Fellow and White Men’s Expansion Watch Bands ...... $11.50 5
j WILMINGTON JEWELRY SHOP l
| ACROSS FROM POST OFFICE 8
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, Begonias,
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 Bo. Front St. Flowers For AU Occasions Dial 6030

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