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News will not be responaible '™ 5 than one incorrect insertion, ,c: Til* be responsible for any adver »or “ , bandied or inserted as di tisement no (Q pubIish or republish •Ter ^ctgr-News reserves the right to r accept any advertisement sub lewttj nublicatian. toittad not rendered as adver 1( 5EI3 Star-News wants to know it. tised- ,fie . thai any attempt to defraud ft W1fy handled by the P. O. Dept. » oro Aid' display copy must be in the J ; Ai-re 5 - m. daily and 1 p. m. *a- mciay- _ -renouncements. .-Automotive. g-Chir°Prac,or ,^‘ksellers-SUtionen. I.”Builders Supplies. £&«■ opportunities ^Business Service. Sbusmk Sites. jB_Cleaners—Dyer*. ^‘“twood-Fuel Oil. jj-Dairy Products. si—Dancing. 33—Dogs—Cats Pets. it-ir;8 Cleaning—Pressing. 41—Eatables. 43-Eating Flares. 4'_r:ectrica! a-Teeds. _ ((.Financial. ((.Floor Finishers, jj—Florist. ij-For Rent. o-For Rent At Resorts. ...For Rent—Apartments. (t.For Rent-Rooms. gj-Room and Board. B5_For Rent—Houses. ;(_For Sale. (3-Hardware. 73-Household Goods. gO-Houses For Sale. 85—Help Wanted-Male. 80-Help Wanted—Female. 91—Insurance. 100—Instruction. 301—Jewelers. 102—Laundry, 104— Loans. 105— Lost and Found. 110- Livestock. 111- Miscellaneous. 112- Machinery. 118-Music. 220—Office Equipment. 121-Office for Rent. 125- Paint—Papering. 126- Plumbing—Heating. 127- Printing. 130-Professional. 135- Personal. 136- Poultry 130-Radio and Repairs. 150-Real Estate. 152-Refrigeration Service, 155- Seeds—Plants—Bulbs. 156- Situations Wanted. 15"-Shoes. 160- Transportation and Storage. 161- Tvpewriters. l’O—Wanted. i—Announcements THERE'S A LOT IN HOW YOU TELL it: When a waitress in a restaurant in Lewiston, Idaho, refused to sell ration ed cheese to be taken out of the res taurant the customer got what he want ed by ordering “two cheese sand wiches—no mustard, and without bread.” Although (Star-News) Want Ads have a reputation for getting the impossible, the ad that states a com mon want in a little different way often gets even better results. Use Star-News Want Ads for results. INCOME TAX RETURNS. C. A, DEWAR and W. E. Keith. Greenfield Lake Used car lot. Carolina Beach Highway. j Anton’s Fix-It Shop Furniture Repaired—Refinished Phone 2-1928 2018 Barnett Ave. Wilmington, N. C. Ridge Crest On The Sound ecome tax returns prepared • w, according to Govt, rulea, payable March 15. George H. Brinson, consul- i 'ant, 214 Princess St. •-Automotive TOP PRICES PAID On All Used Cars J. T. BARKER Next to Cape Fear Hotel fOH SALE. 1940 FORD COACH, ONE Chrysler sedan, Pure Oil Service _ aiiori. 17th and Castle Streets. CASH, FOR YOUR CAR. SEVERAL r, , «« in stock. Sutton Pontiac w Authorized Pontiac Dealer, 16 No. P RECAP AND REPAIR YOUR „and Passenger tires. See the J™-Snow tire. B. F. Goodrich lm*' 14 No. 3rd St, Phone 7560. V AXD N TIRE CO. FOR RE reS'„ VU C6nizing. lire and tube —j-lllFj' relmers, 3rd and Campbell. V" ALL THAT OPA CEILING lian f°z dean cars. MacMil Buick Co., 203 No. 2nd. Dial 9574 ,A,r'fr>i?5R f AdR tires. REPaFrED Markef°SCtPed' Reid’s Tire Service- 216 Chevrolet. Oldsmobile, Cadillac and Service « Pt ,CH“ co r • •__Dial 8651 M Y0ER CAR. WE BUY AND I Xor?hdTTS^ cars- Howell Motor Co. ^-i2TU[^td Street. Factory Controlled Firestone Stores j*— 8 N. Front St. *"'^reGpaLdC/^i7”RES recAPPED > jtorVn Third Tlf* Company, raptor »es°A D?ES,. E^CKACHEi NERVOUS «n Buildino o, Layton- 512 South ^-Phone 2-0128. r^jgers Supplies coal ~ SAY HI HEAT •nd ranee, 1 none hotter for stoves with us ^eop your order on file Possible n -fi deliver as soon as _ house ,herS?ANGER COVER YOUR *‘th Ford ’ i£,°u can set us to cover c“rl °r blow*!' Bh?n*le« tha-t cannot * Suarantee th,1? 3t same price with Reiver Lumhpr ^ ls worth something. c°- M- c. Mclver. *347. fhone 2?8807Fi!JiG F°- WILMINGTON. kx Shing™. E !and 8120 Barrett Ever ‘ooden st,jn e deslSned to go over JShcea roofers ,T Ur men ar* exper" -Hl^year to Davren -veart guarantee. Notice- "q—~— im;%' DoorHf^°ORS' BUNDS. WIN colltmns. r,hi„ ,mes' screens. Turned Efti shoo in Eldest, best equip -^0^1229 • W- Roderick and Land. 13—Business Opportunities FOR SALE Small restaurant doing nice business, well equipped with 2 stores and full 5 room apt. upstairs. 4 year lease with privilege of 3 year renewal. Nice income. Reason for sell ing. Owner must undergo op eration. J. E. L. WADE, Realtor 205 Princess St. SMALL GROCERY BUSINESS FOR sale. Inventory at wholesale. Building with living quarters in rear, available lor rent from property owner. If inter ested, apply 319 Wright Street, S. C Merritt. FOR SALE: CLOSED IN FULLY equipped drink stand at shipyard. Now doing good business. For appointment Dial 7052. WANTED: BUSINESS PARTNER, GOOD proposition, safe Investment, in going business. $2,000 cash required. Dial 9315. Ask for owner. tun nAi-z. un utAar,: in r. v, AIJK ant at Cherry Point, N. C. New brick building, fully equipped. Grade A rat ing, opportunity worth investigating. Contact owner, H. G. Feddycord, Route 3, Winston-Salem, N. C. Phone 6960. PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIO, COMPLETE equipment, an^ negatives, For sale at half price, 114 Princess. 14—Business Service SERVICE ON CENTRAL HEATING SYS tems. Floor furnaces. Oil circulators. All makes. D. L. FutreUe, Dial 6001. 4 P. M, to 9 A. M. 25—Coal—Wood—Fuel Oil WOOD, CUT ANY LENGTH. ALSO kindling. We deliver anywhere. Dial 2-2349.Joe Garner’s Wood Yard. WOOD, ALL KINDS, ANY LENGTH, any size, also kindling. Dial 6204. B. V. Rivenbark. 33—Dogs—Cats—Pets FOR SALE: LONG HAIRED DALMA tion coach dog. 18 months old. $15.00. Dial 8, 8876M after 6 p.m. WANTED TO BUY REGISTERED PEDI greed, red female Cocker Spaniel. Phone 2731 Carolina Beach. 35—Drugs Let Us Fill Your Next PRESCRIPTION See Us For Your Drug Needs BROOKLYN PHARMACY 902 North 4th St. Dial 6876 NO ONE SELLS FOR LESS! 41—Eatables BROWN’S GROCERY, CHOICE CUTS, lamb, veal, beef and pork. Fancy Gro ceries. 802 North 4th St. Dial 6535. 45—Electrical ~~ MASON ELECTRIC CO. Electric Contractors 107 North 3rd St.Dial 6782, 48—Feeds DAIRYMEN: TAKE ADVANTAGE OF the extra benefits in Quaker Dairy Rations. Get better health and produc tion at lower food cost. J. J. Allen & Son. Phone 5762. 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. CUT FLOWERS, POT PLANTS, COR sages, funeral designs. Quick deliveries. Blossom Shop, 31 So. Front- Dill 6030. 52—For Rent OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE YOUR RENT and make money besides by taking over apartment house, will sell furni ture cheap, and turn over lease on house. All apartments occupied at present. Reason for selling, service nan being transferred. Must sell at once. 310 No. 5th St. 55—For Rent—Apartments UNFURNISHED, FIVE ROOM APART ment. $20 per month. Scotts Hill, N. C. Dial 2-3355. 60—For Rent—Rooms TWO FURNISHED BED ROOMS FOR rent. 108 Queen Street. Miss Hattie Murry. ONE AND TWO ROOM APARTMENTS. Kure’s Beach, also 5 1-2 Princess. 113 Market. Apply 317 Grace. 63—Room and Board ROOM AND BOARD FOR MEN ONLY. 513 South Front St. Phone 2-8630. 65—For Rent—Houses FOUR OR FIVE MEN. 20 NORTH 4TH, (Comer 4th and Princess Streets). 70—For Sale ESTATE HEATROLA, IRON~BED AND dretser, carpet sweeper. Mahogany rocker. All in good condition. $50.00. Dial 4640. NEW BOOKS IN "FOREVER AMBER” by Windsor. Newell’s Soda Shop, Wrightsville Beach. ~ GOLF BALLS" We have a few golf balls left. Pickards. 209 Market.___ RESTAURANT TABLES^ STAINLESS silverware, hanging scale, C. B. Stem berger Equipment Co. 1009 Princess. Dial 21766.____ SEE OUR DISPLAY OF GLASS BOWLS, vases and pottery at 1-3 off to make room for our enlarged baby department. The Nancy Wilma Shop, 112 No. Second Street._ - ONE 26-INCH NEW "VICTORY” Bi cycle, one almost new 16 ’ pre-war pressure cooker-safes, show cases and rebuilt National cash registers. $30.00 up, L. F. Sollee, 902 Princess St._ GENUINE MAHOGANY VANITY, KING ston box springs and mattress, odd chest, utility cabinet. Railroad Salvage Co., 603 Castle Street. _ VACUUM CLEANERS, WASHING MA chine and electric iron parts. Elec trolux cleaner, sales and service. Dial 2-3562.____ SPENCER SUPFUK-ia iers designed. Mrs. Ramseur. 2019 crea sy Avenue. Dial 6214._____ WE BUY AND SELL USED FTJRNI ture. H. Branson Furniture Exchange. 716 Castle. Dial 2-3809._ SPENCER INDIVIDUALLY DESIGNED supports for healthful, restful posture. For appointments, call Mrs. J.B. Rober son, 2-8025—2-3718.______ S "SERVE-SWIFTS PREMIUM HAM burcer 100% U S. Government In spected beef. Favorite of Chicago World’s Fair 1933—1934 and New York World’s Fair 1939—1940. Try one and taste the difference. Little Grill. 3rd and Red Cross St. Phone 2-3122._ FOR SALE: HARLEY DAVIDSON MO torcycle. Cheap. 2135.00. Dial 2-3001. TRY ONE OF OUR DELICIOUS HOT dogs. ‘‘They are so different. Little Grill, 3rd and Red Cross Sts. Phone 2-3122.__ . 75—Household Goods Oil Cook Ranges Get your oil cook ranges from us. We have Quick Meal, Kero-Gas and Boss "o choose from. Carolina Furniture Co., 617 North 4th St. Dial 4048. cte OUR SELECTION OF PLATFORM rockers and easy chairs. Carolina Fur niture Co ,617 North 4th St. Dial 4048. 70—For Sale UNREDEEMED PLEDGES Diamond wedding band — 40 dlamonds all around set in platinum -$275.00 Hawaiian Guitar in case $18.50 Boehm System Clarinet in case .- $19.50 Lady’s flexible white gold bracelet with diamond in center . $22.50 Lady’s three diamond yellow gold dinner ring ....$37.50 17 Jewel Bulova wrist watch, yellow gold . $29.50 Electric clocks—NEW—Hand somely designed..$12.95 National Cash Register—Rings from lc to $5 — As good as new ..—.--$110.00 Kalamazoo mandolin in case .-..$29.50 Three-quarter size violin set in case....$19.50 uenume ieatner shaving kits -$3.95 up Military wrist watch — shock proof and waterproof with split secondhand—white gold stretch band . .$47.50 17 Jewel Waltham pocket watch, yellow gold ..$27.50 Antique solid gold locket-heavy weight roped chain_$125.00 17 Jewel Gent’s Gruen Curvex wrist watch...$29.50 Army lockers heavily rein forced .$12.86 Gent’s ruby ring—14K yellow gold . $22.50 Bridal set with diamonds $69.50 Gladstone suitcase—waterproof canvas with leather reinforce ments—New _..$30.75 Suits and overcoats — Have been cleaned and pressed $8 up Make-up cases—with mirror __ $9.95 Deltah Oriental Replica pearls in plush box, new_$24.00 FINKELSTEIN’S LOAN OFFICE Front and Market Phone 5662 Dependable Diamond Brokers Since 1906 <0—nousenoia uooas SEE OUR SELECTION OF SPRING constructed sofe beds, $69.50 up. Home Furniture Co., 23 Market St. JUST ARRIVED—LIMITED SUPPLY OF coal and wood heaters. Priced $11.25 and up. Home Furniture Co., 23 Mar ket St. I SPECIAL 9x12 WEAR TEX LINOLEUM rugs just arrived. While they last. $5.95. Seller’s Furniture Co. Dial 7536 911 No. 4th St. NEW CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS AND writing desks. Living room and bed room suites, piano. Batson Transfer Co. OIL RANGES, LIVING ROOM SUITES, and studio couches with springs, Cof fee tables. Castle St. Furniture Co. Dial 6447. REDUCED PRICES ON BLANKETS and comforts. Levine Furniture Co. 519 Castle. Dial 5347. SHOP TODAY! SAVE AT H. BER GER & SON FURNITURE CO. IRONING BOARDS SPECIAL PRICE $2.49. 707 NO. 4. DIAL 5128. JUST RECEIVED: A FEW ESTATE Heatrolas, small size. Peoples Furni ture Co. 257 North Front St. JUST ARRIVED: A SHIPMENT OF Detroit Jewel gas ranges and coal circulators. Carolina Furniture Co., 617 North 4th St. Dial 4048. DON’T MISS IT! BEST BUY OF THE WEEK! WALNUT FOOT STOOLS SPECIAL $3.77. H. BER GER & SON FURNITURE CO. 707 NO. 4. DIAL 5128. JUST ARRIVED A COMPLETE LINE OF living room suites, with all spring con struction. Carolina Furniture Co.. 617 No. 4th. Dial 4048. SPECIAL SALE OF CHILDRENS HIGH chairs. Priced from $3.95 ip. G. Stein Furniture Co., 605 North 4th St. WE HAVE" A NICE SELECTION ~OF wardrobes. Pender Furniture Co. 228 South Front St. JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF STTJ dio couches with springs. Jones Furni ture Co., 18 So. Front St. Call 5751. 80—Houses For Sale GOOD BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR SALE 110 N. 4th Street (Priced Low) Dial 23432 for ap pointment. W. A. McGIRT, Realtor 215 Princess Street Do You Want A HOME all built on the same floor, with nice large rooms, that’s well arranged, and is well ventilated? If you do, let us show you 507 NORTHERN BLVD. SUNSET PARK Rooms consist of living room, dining room, butlers pantry, kitchen, breakfast room, bath, and three bedrooms. Nice screened living porch on rear. FOSTER-HILL REALTY CO. REALTORS FOR SALE: 212 NUN ST„ NINE ROOMS and 2 baths. Desirable neighborhood. Immediate possession. H. F. Wilder, 207 Prncess. Dial 49»12. 80—Houses For Sale FOR SALE 3 Apartment House on Caro lina Beach. Good Loca tion. Dial 2342 W. A. McGIRT, Realtor 215 Princess Street READY SOON: POST WAH DEVELOP ntent. Ridge Crest on the Sound. SEVERAL NICE PIECES OP PROP erty for sale. Carolina Beach. Winter prices. Write Box 661A, Carolina Beach. Tucker Real Estate Co. 85.—Help Wanted—Male CAPABLE SALESMAN CAN EARN $12,000.00 ANNUALLY AS WIL MINGTON DISTRIBUTOR FOR TYCO ASPHALT PRODUCTS. MUST HAVE SMALL WARE HOUSE SPACE. REFERENCES REQUIRED. INDUSTRIAL AS PHALT COMPANY, 600 EDGE WOOD AVE., N. E., ATLANTA, GEORGIA. PORTER WANTED: APPLY IN FER son. Brunswick Hotel. Do not tele phone. NOTICE TO EMPLOYERS AND WORK ers. All workers, male and female, must be hired under provision of ihe War Manpower Commission’s Employ ment Priorities Referral Plan, all male workers and all in migrant female workers must be hired through the local U. S. Employment Service offices. WANTED: EXPERIENCED TRUCK ME chanic for permanent employment in essental work. Write Box “M-4*\ care of Star-News. 9°—Help Wanted—Female WANTED: COLORED MAID. HEALTH CERTIFICATE RE QUIRED. NO SMALL CHIL DREN. 214 NO. 23RD ST. DIAL 6469. EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES WILLING to work for good salary. Apply Jo | Ideal Grill, No. 4th St. at City Whole sale Market. MAIDS WANTED: APPL YIN PERSON Brunswick Hotel. Do not telephone. SEVERAL WAITRESSES WANTED. Good pay. Living quarters available. Apply Victoria Grill, Holly Ridge, N. C. EXPERIENCED S A L E S L A D Y FOR ready-to-wear department. Permanent position and excellent salary. Inex perienced and tryers do not apply. Crawford's. WANTED: EXPERIENCED BEAUTY OP erator. Apply Mi-Lady’s Beauty Shop, 207 Murchison Bldg. See Robert Budd. WANTED, LADY WITH KNOWLEDGE of piano music, to sit and practice with child, 1 hour in afternoons. Good pay. Dial 5354. Mrs. M. Guld, 1618 Princess Street. WANTED: SALESLADIES FOR JEW elry dept. Good salary and opportu nity. Apply in person Monday 2 to 6 p.m. Chas. Finkelstein & Son, Front and Market. 91—Insurance MUTUAL FIRE AND AUTO INSUR ance. Real estate, bought and sold. J. L. Baldwin, Agency, 217 Princess St. iou—instruction START 1945 RIGHT. STUDY RADIO, refrigeration. 400 courses. Free catalog. I. C. S., Scranton, Pa. NOTICE: LUZIER PATRONS DESIRING further service, call Mrs. Sarah Allen Telephone 4349, Wilmington, N. C. Distributors needed. Fields & Fields Division Distributors. Raleigh, N. C. 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.—Across from P.O. 104— Loans MONEY TO LOAN On Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Men’s Clothing, Typewriters, Shotguns, Musical Instruments, and Anything of Value. FINKELSTEIN’S LOAN OFFICE “Wilmington’s Oldest and Largest’’ Front and Market Streets 105— Lost and Found LOST: BILLFOLD CONTAINING "C" and “E” gas ration book. J. T. Lewis Shallotte, N. C. LOST: BROWN BILLFOLD CONTAIN ing “A” and “B” gas ration book, other valuable papers. William J. Alderman. 1223 Queen Street. Reward. LOST SATURDAY AFTERNOON: LONG black man’s overcoat in Royal Theatre. Return to Royal Theatre or call 5102. LOST: NO. 3 AND 4 RATION BOOKS. Betty Jane Minot. Hartley A. Minot. 212 Orange St. jOST: IN OR BETWEEN POST OFFICE and McMillan Buick Co., car keys with Americus, Georgia printed on holder. Call 2-2582 before 1 o’clock. LOST: A GASOLINE RATION BOOK. G. J. Bryan, Route 1, Box 143, Castle Hayne, N. C. LOST: BLUE RAIN COAT SATURDAY night at Plantation or left in taxi. Dial 4918. Reward. 110—Livestock FOR SALE: EXTRA GOOD FARM mule for $75.00. F. M. Harrell, 1-2 mile north of Wrightsville Station on Blue Clay Road. 118—Music PIANOS Just received large shipment of Spin ette. Studio, Upright and Grand Pianos, Come in and select yours today. A. H. Yopp Piano Co., 205 Princess St. Dial 2-3722. 135— Paint—Papering NOTICE: WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH PRO perty owners. We have a force of 1st class painters on the beach. Will be glad to give you estimates. Dial 5647 or 2-3814. WALL-PAPERING AND PAINTING, all kinds. We’re equipped for large spray jobs. Dial 2-8198 D. R. Langley. 136— Poultry BLOODTESTED BABY CHICKS, LEAD ing breeds, hatches twice weekly. Thousands on hand daily. Roudabush’s Seed Store. 139—Radio and Repairs YOUR BATTERY RADIO] CHANGED to electric. Dial 4826 for estimate. Howard Radio, 1027 South 3rd St. HOWARD RADIO CO. 1027 So. 3rd St. Phone 4826 All Work Fully Guaranteed BLAKE BRO& RADIOS AND REFRIGERATION REPAIR SERVICE 520 CastleDial 2-2790 DEPENDABLE RADIO SERVICE WORK guaranteed. House and auto aerials. Watson’s Radio Service, 722 No. 3rd St._i 150—Real Estate ~ ■ 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 2Princess St. Dial 2-3186. 150—Real Estate GOOD BUSINESS SITE, 10 ACRES, I acres clear. Horse, saddle, farm imple ments. Deep well, 2 room house, out buildings. Cord wood saw, engine, plenty wood. Some timber. 7 mile Post Carolina Beach Hoad. G. C. Hines, Rt. 2, Box 314, Wilmington, N. C. WE CAN SELL YOUR PROPERTY. WE have customers with cash lor homes from $1,000 to $15,000. Call A. B. Walton Realty Co., 128 Princess St. Phone 5087. 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. FOR HIGHEST PRICES AND QUICK sales—List with Geo. A. Biddle, Real Estate. 232 Princess. Dial 2- 8534. IF YOU HAVE PROPERTY FOR SALE? Give me a trial. List with L. L. King, Real Estate, 238 Princess. Dial 2-2225. PLAN A PLACE OF YOUR OWN. Ridge Crest or. the Sound. 152—Refrigeration service RADIO, REFRIGERATOR REPAIR SER vlce. 402 Carolina Ave., Sunset Park. DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE ON ANY make or model. Reasonable prices. Dependable service. Boone & Benson. Dial 9024. REFRIGERATION SERVICE. ALL makes, commercial and domestic. Call for R. B. Maxwell at Sollee Refrig eration Service. Dial 2-0126. 155—Seeds—Plants Bulbs GROW YOUR OWN FRUIT BY PLANT ing early bearing fruit trees, nut tr?es. ,and berry plants, offered by Virginia’s largest growers. Write for New low-price catalogue, listing ex tensive line of fruits and ornamentals. Waynesboro Nurseries, Waynesboro, Virginia. SHRUBBERY, EVERGREENS^ ROSES, fruit trees, etc., reasonably priced. Write today for Beautiful Spring Color Catalog from one of the South’s Lead ing Nurseries. Howard-Hickory Co., Dept. D, Hickory, N. C. STABLE MANURE FOR SHRUBBERY and gardens, $3.50 per load, delivered. Dial 6183. VICTORY GARDENS: GROW LOW cost. ration free food. Start now, plant ing garden peas, onion sets, cabbage Frants; turnip, mustard, lettuce, radish sfed. etc. Roudabush’c Seed Store, Corner Front Sc Dock. WOOD’S TOBACCO SEED. GARDEN peas, onion sets, lettuce, kale, cab bage, tomato, pepper, etc. Wood’s Seed Store. S17 North Front St. QUALITY SEED We Specialize in the Seeds You Need CROSS SEED CO. 19 Market St.Dial 6868 156.—Situations Wanted ALERT MAN, WIDE EXPERIENCE, DE siring position, seeks interviews indus trial or wholesale companies. Best ref erences. Write Box M-5, care of Star News. WANT TO BUY 6 ROOM HOUSE IN southern part of City for cash. What have you to offer? W. M. Hewlett. Realtor. 214 Princess St. Dial 7138. WANTED TO PAY HIGHEST PRICES for used furniture. H. Berger & Son Furniture Co.. 707 North 4th St. Dial 5128. WANTED BY PERMAMENT resident four or five room house or apartment unfurnished. Call Star-News composing room. WANTED: ALL PEOPLE SUFFERING kidney trouble or backache to try “Kido” 97c. Money back guarantee at Saunders Drug Store or Brooklyn Pharmacy. WANTED: ALL KINDS OF USED FUR niture or anything you have for sale. Regardless of condition. E. M. Mal lard. Phone 5638. WE PAY CASH FOR ALL MAKES used sewing machines. Singer Sewing Machne Co., 304 North Front St. -- WANTED: PINE AND CYPRESS LOGS Bryant Lumber Co. WANTED: RETURN LOAD FROM Asheville, North Carolina or points between. Reduced price. February 6. Batson Transfer Co. WANTED: FOUR DRAWER LETTER size steel cabinet with lock. Address Box 661. WANTED BY PERMANENT RESIDENT. 4 to 6 room unfurnished house or apartment, prefer Sunset Park. Dial 6112. WANTED Listings of property for 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 180—Legal TREASURY DEPARTMENT, OFFICE OF the Collector of Customs, Wilmington, N. C. Jan. 29, 1945. Notice is hereby given that the following described mer chandise was seized at Wilmington, N. C. on Dec. 6, 1944, for violation of section 27 Merchant Marine Act 1920 (46 U. S. C. 883): Approximataely 93 tons Bituminous Coal in Bulk, con signed to the Mexican Caribbean Trad ing Co. S-A, Mexico City, D. F.. Mexi co. Any person desiring to claim the above described property must appear and file with the Collector of Customs a claim to such property and a bond in the sum of $250, within 20 days from the date of this notice, in default of which the property will be dis posed of in accordance with law. ivlar tin H. Rawlyns, Acting Collector of Customs. UJ?’ IS UxvTxi CAKULIIVA :OUNTY OF NEW HANOVER Under and by virtue of the power of :ale contained in a certain deed of trust ;xecuted by James Gardner and wife, Gladys Gardner, to K. O. Burgwin, Trus tee, on the 30th day of July, 1943, and ecorded in the office of the Register >f Deeds of New Hanover County in Book 349, Page 112, default having been nade in the payment of the note secured >y said deed of trust and demand having )een made on the undersigned Trustee >y the holder of the note thereby secur ed, the undersigned will offer for sale o the highest bidder for cash, at the 2ourt House door in the City of Wil nington, North Carolina, on Wednesday, lie 21st day of February, 1945, at 12 )’clock noon, the piece or parcel of and situate, lying and being in the City >f Wilmington, County of New Hanover, State of North Carolina, described as ollows: BEGINNING at a point in the North irn line of Meares Street 75 feet West rom the Western line of 9th Street; and “unning thence Westwardly aiong the laid Northern line of Meares Street 37 eet and 6 inches; thence Northwardly ind parallel with Ninth Street 78 feet; hence Eastwardly and parallel with deares Street 37 feet and 6 inches; hence Southwardly and parallel with ^inth Street 78 feet, to the point of Be ginning, same being part of Lots 5 and in Block 24, according to the official >lan of the City of Wilmington, N. C. Dated and posted this the 21st day of anuary, 1945. _ K. O. BURGWIN, Trustee Read The Classified^* RESCUED CANANDAIGA, N. Y.,'Feb. 4. —i'A3)—Rescuers battled through 100-miles of drifted highways to day to bring Mrs. Gordon Conover, 23, to a hospital here from her home only 10 miles away. Mrs. Conover, who suffered a sinus hemorrhage, was reported in a satisfactory condition. -V Scrap iron from battlefields abroad is no longer shipped back to this country. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY * 4 i Personal Loans ! * 4 * Wilmington Finance Co. jj 4! 202 Murchison Bldg- 4 4: 4 ************************ inn«aiaMi«iiMM| | Insurance g. | GARLAND F. PALMER | | FINANCE INCORPORATES | i Cape Fear Hotel Bldg, | llHITMlIIIMIIllBilllgllMIIIMIIMIHWiililllfl Auto Loans Financing M. & J. FINANCE CORP. Phone 2-2740 214 So. Front l^^iav^hiMarges^n^ most complete stock of trunks and bags in the city Finkelstein's Front and Market Income Taxes Permanent Tax Consultants Specialist in all kinds of Federal and N. C. 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Spooner, 9970 This Is What Joan Davis Likes Putting her feet on an executive's big desk and giving orders to people are the things that impress Comedienne Joan Davis (above) about being paid $1,000,000 a year to perform on the radio. She re cently signed a four-year contract which makes her the highest paid comedienne on the air. Joan is taking it easy in Hollywood. (AP Wire photo.) Marines, Freed On Luzon, Never Forgot Their Corps WILLIAMS FACES SENATE BATTLE WASHINGTON, Feb. 4—UP)—The armed truce under which Senate Democrats suspended their civil war over the Henry Wallace cabi net appointment may be shattered next week over Aubrey Williams, another presidential nominee. Williams’ appointment to head the Rural Electrification Adminis tration (REA) comes before Sen ate Agriculture Committee Tues day for public hearings. There are signs that the same lineup of Southern Democrats and Republi cans which came within one vote of forcing a nomination-killing ; showdown on the former vice pres i ident’s appointment as secretary ! of Commerce has formed ranks against Williams. Senator McKellar (D-Tenn), who went off the administration reser vation to fight Wallace, already has assumed leadership in the bat tle against Williams, former Na tional Youth Administration head. McKellar calls Williams a “waster of Government money/’ To many of the Southern Demo crats, Williams stands as a sym bol of what they call the left wing element of the party headed by Wallace. Their assault, as in the Wallace attack, will be against the Govern mental spending theories they at tribute to both men. Both also have strong backing from the CIO. Senator Wherry of Nebraska, the minority whip, predicted Repub licans may give more solid sup port to the Williams opposition than they did against Wallace. Democratic Leader Barkley (Ky) generally credited with persuading Senator Walsh (D-Mass) to cast the deciding vote against a coali tion motion for a showdown, told a reporter he thought a “new spirit of cooperation’’ had grown up among the Democrats. -V-— Clare Boothe Luce Flays Shirkers Of War Duties NEW YORK, Feb. 4.—W—Rep. Clare Boothe Luce (R-Conn.) to day described as an "unimaginative clod- and spirital fat-cat”— any American ‘‘physically able and free of domestic burdens who does not voluntarily put mind and hand to some sort of war work.” She told the 24th annual lunch eon of the Women’s Nationnal Re publican club that those Americans do not “see that freedom is again in danger” or do not care. Mrs. Luce said they "have done little or nothing to win the war except perhaps to keep their skin lily white for some G. I. to touch when he comes home- if he is lucky enough to come home with hands to touch the skin with.” -V The first white men to discover and record Southern California’s native palms were Floridans. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY By C. YATES McDANIEL WITH AMERICAN FORCES ON LUZON, Feb. 3'.—(Delayed)—UP)— Circling slowly over the evacuation, hospital of central Luzon after re turning from a strike this morning, more than 35 Marine dive bomb ers, all piloted by officers, dipped their wings in tribute to 19 en listed Marines of the old Fourth Regiment who were snatched from Japanese captivity at Caba natuan the night of January 30. Battered, worn by three years’ confinement, mistreatment and malnutrition, these men were still Marines and proud of it and more than that—they were Fourth Ma rines—even if they were the only remnants of the proud regiment that carried the U. S. flag for 14 trouble-filled years throughout the Far East and as proudly fought their greatest, though losing, fight in the Philippines. Pvt. Edward S. Gordon, Jack son, Miss., described those three years as “hell” and their libera tion as ‘‘a miracle.” Gordon was fighting to keep back his tears and groped for words as he told of seeing fellow Marines beaten by guards. “They didn’t do anything. They were just beaten mercilessly because the guards thought they were break ing some little rule.’’ He said prisoners working on, farms “were driven like cattle. The Japs seemed to begrudge us time to eat the lousy rice they fed us three times a day for three years. All of us worked bare footed. < ~ T . „ ,, 1 ’ 4 shoes anytime for anything.” When the Rangers ‘‘popped up from nowhere,” related Gordon, ‘‘I was eating a piece of bread I had made from rice flour. When the shooting started I figured, and so did all the rest, that our time had come to die. “I hit the deck and remained there until I looked up into the face of a six-foot American Ranger who yelled: ‘Get the hell out of here—we are Yanks-’ I wanted to kiss him but f ran like hell just as he told me to for the gate.” ‘‘God knows I figure I am one of the luckiest men alive in the world today. I don't know quite how to express what I feel about the Rangers, but I can try—they act and fight just like Marines.” All the Marines, wanted to know something about how the war was going. They wrinkled brows vaguely when told about the Solomons and looked blank when they heard the Americans had taken Kwajalein, and Eniwe tak in the Marshalls — most of them had never heard of the places. They were worried about the “shelling” of California and were visibly relieved when told that happepned a long time ago and didn’t amount to much anyway. Through three long, bitter years, these men never have forgotten they were Marines, but it was al most too much for them today when Col. Clayton C. Jerome of Burton, Kans., commanding dive bombers of the First Marine Air Wing, and Col. Lyle H. Meyer of Deer Isle, Me., presented each man with a new uniform and Ma rine Corps insignia. They handled and gazed at those uniforms as if they were the finest suits ever made. More than one Marine wept. Special Dutch Army Formed To Meet Foe In East Indies Area EINDHOVEN, Holland. Feb. 4 — (JP)—A special Netherlands expe ditionary force to fight the Japan ese in the Nefherlands East Indies now is being formed in East Indies Holland, and the first froup of volunteers already has arrived n Britain for training 1b special :amps, the Aneta news agency ;aid today in quoting authoritative lources. Other groups of volunteers will se inducted from time to time, it idded. y MU MA I Thin WHIUH WAY THE WIND BLOWS . . . 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