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Rarnett Ave. Wilmington, N, C. ^Automotive _ (Tit COVERS AVAILABLE TO FIT car See B. F. Goodrich Stores. So. 3rd St. Dial 7560._ rvn?VIDUAL WILL. PAY TOP PRICE to clean used car. Phone 2-1956 Mon liay. _ rmTsALE7 VARIOUS BODY PARTS ;0r 1538 Ford coach. Call 2-1798. CHRYSLER AIR FLOW. RADIO, hater overdrive, good tires. Below ceiling. Dial 2-1054, after seven or Sunday. ___ fnTsALEr"l935 CHEVROLET COUPE Master knees and test of car No. 1. J". .(res Friday after 4 p.m. only. » Vance St., Maffitt Village. First come gels it.________ -■- vs rTV r>AAPU ATT !0’K ULiL'J.w duujm —*— --- icre'sories. good condition. $315, cash only' Dial 5930 Sunday between 12 and 2 ___ iSrfWORRY OVER INCOME TAXES! bn us vour car. Cash awaits you at Sutton Pontiac Co. 16 North 2nd atreet. Dial 28150. _ mptdson six coach, real good transportation. Harris Haskett. Phone i-2487 . 216 Market St. __ TOP PRICES PAID On All Used Cars J. T. BARKER Next to Cape Fear Hotel S?E b and n TIRE CO. FOR re capping, vulcanizing, tire and tube repairing, reliners. 3rd and Campbell. U PAY ALL THAT OPA CEILING will permit for clean cars. MacMil lian Buick Co.. 208 No. 2nd. Dial 9574 PASSENGER CAR TIRES. REPAIRED and recapped. Reid’s Tire Service. 216 Market St. ____ Chevrolet, Oldsmobile, Cadillac Sales and Service RANEY CHEVROLET CO. 408 Princess St.Dial 8651 CASH FOR YC-UR CAR. WE BUY AND I sell good used cars. Howell Motor Co. 7 North Third Street. Recapping Factory Controlled Firestone Store* 8 N. Front St. PASSENGER CAR TIRES RECAPPED j and repaired. Akron Tire Company, j 7 North Third St. | 8-l’hiropractor HEADACHE. BACKACHE^ NERVOUS- I ness. Dr Mary J. Layton. 512 South- I ern Building. Phone 2-0128. ' 12-Builders Supplies iF\VE COVER YOUR HOUSE, THIS IS j what you get, well trained workmen that use enough galvanized nails to hold shingles on, best grade Ford Jock shingles that can not curl or blow up. Ten year guarantee not to leak, but may last 20 years or longer. Ex- j elusive authorized Ford dealers. Mclver lumber Co. M. C. Mclver. Phone 4347. CELOTEX INSULATION BOARD WILL turn vour attic into attractive and comfortable living space. Cost?—Very' reasonable. Dial Becker’s 7761. SHARPE ROOFING CO.. PHONE 2-8807, Route 3. Box 252, Wilmington. Bar rett Everlox Shingles best by storm lest. Our men are experienced roofers 10 years guarantee against leaks over wooden shingles. One year to pay. NOTICE: SASH DOORS. BLINDS. WIN dows. Door frames, screens. Turned columns. Cabinets. Oldest, best equip ped shop in city. Roderick and Land. Dial 5229. lT t».. • --:-tt uppuniuinio F0R SALE: CLOSED IN FULLY 'Quipped drink stand at shipyard. Now ®01n8 good business. For appointment. Jhal 7052. Business Service U® SURVEYING BY A. A. ROBBINS C. registered surveyor. 113 Meares Wilmington. 'fflVlCE ON CENTRAL HEATING SYS ,,, FI(,or furnaces. Oil circulator*. "'ma<es. D L. Futrelle. Dial 6001. JJ; M- to » A. M. M)oal—Wo0()—Fuel Oil W0,°,D', ALL KINDS. OTTAWAY’S gar -!f ' 1023 No, 4th St. Dial 2-1686. ALL KINDS, 2 BUNDLES i*- free with each load. Dial Rlvenbark, 17th and Castle. fedit.CUI ANY LENGTH. ALSO "e deliver anywhere. Dial -_Jf^_Garner s Wood Yard. «f<i,„ALIr KINDS. ANY LENGTH, ftvenbark ° l'indl,ng- Dial 6204- B v o n^* L’l Fill Youi Next "to”;?* «* UONE^ELLS FOR LESS! ll^itables "" ; SbN\L,GR0CERY' CHOICE CUTS, eeries aro'v ef and pork. Fancy Gro ir-LfJi02 North 4th St. Dial 8535. Mason“electric co! 101 North lift Contractor* iT-r—HUird St- Dial S7S2. ’^Feeds --- ^RYMfv ~—■—■— the exf„ .TaKE ADVANTAGE OF Fa’lcin.Q.,;?;'-1 m Quaker Pairy l!on *t ?tter health »nd produc Jfh_PhUj,^od c°s’~ J- J- Allen it ' <F^od Pl^LTRY FEEDS. KAS «2oSeed Store- 31 ‘ The FMderS°c fEE°® _ ««5 co*” oi—r torisi CUT FLOWERS, POl" PLANTS COR sages, funeral designs. Quick deliveries Blossom Shop, 31 So, Front Dial 2-038U 55—For Rent—Apartments 2 FURNISHED APARTMENT: 818 So' 6th Street. Dial 2-8966. * TWO ROOM APARTMENT, CLOSE IN PhonfS057iOn 40 Ch,W Under tw°' FOR RENT: TWO ROOM FURNliSib apartment to couple. Apply at office. 123 Princess Street. THREE ROOM FURNISHED APART ment. 518 Castle Street. FOR RENT: FURNISHED 2 ROOM apartment with bath. Paul Ambrosia no Tailoring. 109 1-2 Princess St, 60—For Rent~Rooms WANTED: BUSINESS GIRL TO SHARE bedroom. Twin beds. Steam heat." Breakfast if desired. Dial 5122 BEDROOM. EXCLUSIVE RESIDENTIAL district. Dial 2-3074. NICELY FURNISHED BEDROOM HEAT ed, continuous hot water, connects to bath. Private home with or without kitchen privileges. Reasonable. Call Gaddy at 6626 between 9 a.m.—-5:30 p.m. NICE FURNISHED BEDROOM TWIN beds. Meals if preferred. Close in. Dial 4369. ROOMS AND HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, furnished. Apply 101 So. Third St. 63—Room and Board ONE AND TWO ROOM APARTMENTS. Kure’s Beach, also 5 1-2 Princess. 113 Market. Apply 317 Grace. 70—For Sale GOLF BALLS ~~ We have a few golf balls left. Pickards, 209 Market. TWO RODS AND REELS FOR SALE: First class condition. 206 Orange St. EVINRUDE OUTBOARD MOTORS ON floor for inspection now. Only com mercial fishermen or essential users eligible for one. Come in now to place your order. Evinrude Sales and Serv ice (Rear entrance Cinderella Booterie) GOOD DROP LEAF TABLE WITH three drawers upstairs. 406 South 4th Street. FOR SALE: ONE KNOX COAL CIR culator, good condition. Call 2-1798. WE HAVE SEVERAL 4 CASE ICE BEV erage coolers, also one large counter type electric cooler. Call 5023. PRE-WAR FURNITURE. DINING ROOM living room, wardrobe, trunk. Dial 7956. non T3r>TT me arRTVR5 9 td *? lbs. Heavy Athens B and B Disk 2 to 3 ton. International truck, 2 bag con crete mixer, hog cart bunk, Catact, Butler, Cavanaugh, Chinquapin, N. C. REDUCE FOR QUICK CLEARANCE: Collars, dickies, scarfs, flowers and etc. Singer Sewing Machine Co.. 304 North Front Street. 2 BEDROOM SUITES AND OTHER FUR niture. Cheap. 1021 South 4th St. ENGLISH SADDLE FOR SALE: NEW condition. $35.00. Dial 2-1110. FOR SALE: NORGE FLAT ELECTRIC presser. Dial 9855. FOR SALE: PRACTICALLY NEW CA loric conservative coal heater. Phone 2-2252. FOR SALE: 38 OLDSMOBILE COUPE, good tires, motor overhauled. Ceiling. 106 Davie Drive. Maffitt Village WALNUT OFFICE DESK AND CHAIRS originally price. $250.00. Priced $90.00 going to service. Dial 2-0115. FOR SALE: COPPER ROLL WARMER griddle and chopping block, 5 lbs. Pepper, pre-war has been stored. Price one hundred dollars. Dial 2-0115 NEW ELECTRIC FANS, 30-36 AND 42”, belt driven exhaust fans. Also 22” cir culating fans. Immediate delivery. Call Young 5861. BELTONE TRUMPET WITH CASE LIKE new. Apply at 1409 Castle Street. 1938 HARLEY DAVIDSON MOTORCY cle, 61 overhead, good condition. 600A Vance St., Maffitt Village. BABY CARRIAGE PRE WAR, LIKE new. Apply 501 Lake Drive, Princess Place. SPENCER SUPPORTS AND BRASS iers designed. Mrs. Ramseur, 2019 Crea sy Avenue. Dial 6214. WE BUY AND SELL USED FURNI ture. H. Evanson 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 AIR COMPRESSORS, SIZES AND TYPE portable or stationary to meet your requirements. Write B. H. Dixon, Rocky Mount, N. C. CEILING, EXHAUST AND FLOOR fans, just received, show cases, cash registers, used and new counter scales. Hanging scales. $5.00 up. Stainless steel knives, forks and spoons. L. F. Sollee, 902 Princess St. _ ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA, LAT est edition, complete, terms if desired. Write care Star-News, Box E-2. SEi OUR BABY PILLOWS AND blankets, also children’s bath robes in assorted sizes. The Nancy Wilma Shop, 112 North 2nd Street, Wilmington. N.C. 5 FT. DISPLAY CASE ICE REFRIG erator. Apply Frank Cowan, Paradise Grill, 13th and Wright._ CHINA CLOSETS, OIL STOVES, DRESS ers, bedroom suites. Coal estate Hea trola. Batson Transfer Co._ JUOJL /\.rvx\A V T T- - of living room suites and studio cou ches with all spring construction. Carolina Furniture Co., 617 No. 4th St, Dial 4048._ ONE WE£K SPECIAL Standard size cribs and Kant-Wet mattresses. $22.95 complete. Carolina Furniture Co., 617 No. 4th St. Dial 4048.__,_ WE HAVE A SHIPMENT OF HOT nlates electric heaters and metal steamer trunks. ^Carolina Furniture Co.. 617 No. 4th St. Dial 4048._ RESTAURANT TABLES, STAINLESS silverware, hanging scale. C. B. stern berger Equipment Co. 1009 Princess. Dial 21766,_ C.ENUIN" MAHOGAITC VANITY. KINCL ston box springs *nd T.nsd SMvaee chest, utility cabinet. Railroad Salvage Co., 603 Castle Street._ VACUUM CLEANERS. WASHING MA" chine a'ti electric iron parts. Elec trolux cleaner, sales and service. Dial 2-3562. __ 75—House .told Goods _ METAL VENETIAN BLINDS. IN SIZES 24 to 36 inches. Sellers Furniture Co. Dial 1535. 911 North 4th Street. WHITE MOUNTAIN ICE BOXES. 50 TO 75 lb. capacity. Pender Furniture Co., 28 South Front St. JUST ARRIVED: SHIPMENT OF JA cob coal circulators, fire brick linmg holds 100 lbs. Price $99.50 installed. Sutton-Council Furniture Co._ FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPE CIAL ELCTRIC HOT PLATES. SPECIAL PRICE. $4.95. COME FARLY AND GET YOURS. H. RFRGER 4c SON FURNITURE Ca 707 NORTH 4TH ST. DIAL 5128, _____ tvWT MISS IT! BEST BUY OF THE WEEK. C H I L D R E N S SWINGS- SPECIAL PRICE $^7 i4 RFRGER 4c SON lUKPii TURE CO., 707 NORTH 4TH ST. DIAL 5128.__ c-unp TODAY AND SAVE! BEAU TIFUL SELECTIONS OF SCAT TERED RUGS. SP ECI ALP RICE *2 44 H. BERGER 4c SON FUR NITURE. 707 NORTH 4TH ST. DIAL 5128. 75—Household Goods OIL RANGES, LIVING ROOM SUITES and studio couches with springs Cnf-' DUI *6447** Cast!e St. Furniture Co. RECEIVED GOOD QUALITY heavy WEIGHT RUGS. ALL COLORS AND SIZES. LANDE FURNITURE CO. 621 NORTH m&DSo5EET- cornER HAN OVER STREET. JUST RECEIVED: SHIPMENT OF SOLID maple breakfast suites. Home Furniture Co- 23 Market St. FOLDING PORCH GATES, NURSERY chairs and two way high chair. Levine Furniture Co. 519 Castle. Dial 5347. NOW SHOWING COMPLETE STOCK of bedroom furniture. Home furniture Co„ 23 Market St. SPECIAL SALE OF CHILDRENS HIGH chairs Priced from $3.95 ip G. stein Furniture Co., 605 North 4th St. JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF STU dio couches with springs.- Jones Furni ture Co,, 18 So. Front St. Call 5751. JUST RECEIVED NICE SHIPMENT ~OF living room suites with spring con _struction. Peoples Furniture Co. SHOP TODAY AND SAVE! BEAUTIFUL selections of scattered rugs. Special Price. $2.44. H. Berger & Son Furni ture. 707 No, 4th St, Dial 5128. 80—Houses For Sale FOR SALE 807 Princess St. Two story house in excellent condition. Six bedrooms, living room, dining room, two baths, furnace heat with automatic stoker, 3 car garage, large lot. Early possession. Dial 23432 W. A. McGIRT, Realtor 215 Princess Street SEVERAL NICE PIECES OF PROF erty for sale. Carolina Beach. Winter piices. Write Box 661A, Carolina Beach. Tucker Real Estate Co. FOR SALE In Winter Park Heights, new 5 room bungalow, not com pletely finished. Priced $2,500.00 if sold by the 25th of this month. FOSTER-HILL REALTY CO. "We Sell the Earth” Dial 2-3371 FOR SALE: 212 NUN ST., NINE ROOMS and 2 baths. Desirable neighborhood. Immediate possession. H. F Wilder, 207 Prncess. Dial 4932. READY SOON: POST WAR DEVELOP ment. Ridge Crest on the Sound. IF YOU WISH TO BUY. SELL OR trade real estate, see us. W. M. HEWLETT. Realtor 214 Princess St. Dial 7138 85.—Help Wanted—Male WANTED: TWO COLORED MALE SER vice station attendants. Uniforms and laundry furnished. Short hours off on Sundays. Gulf Station. 3rd and Chest IV. t. COLORED JANITOR WANTED: SNOW White Laundry, Corner of 5th and Wright. WANTED: 5 ROOFERS, ESSENTIAL work. Sharpe Roofing Co., Phone 2-8807 WANTED A MAN TO OPERATE AMER ican Legion Home with experience in running a dining room and catering to private parties. Write W. L. Farmer, Wallace Building. Wilmington, N. C. giving full particulars and recommen dations. WANTED MEAT CUTTER. OPEN AIR CURB MARKET, 4TH & CHESTNUT. WANTED: MAN TO SELL GOODS AND etc. on train. Veterans preferred. Union News Co. EXPERIENCED LOG TRUCK DRIVERS. Bryant Lumber Co. NOTICE TO EMPLOYERS AND WORK ers. All workers, male and tamale, must be hired under provision of :he 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 dfffces. 90—Help Wanted—Female WANTED WAITRSSES WITH OR WITHOUT EXPERIENCE. MAR RIED WOMEN PREFERRED GOOD SALARY. GOOD HOURS. APPLY IDEAL GRILL, NORTH 4TH STREET. CITY WHOLE SALE MARKET. WANTED. CASHIER. APPLY IN PERSON. SHIPYARD CAFE TERIA. _ WANTED: EXPERIENCED GIRLS ONLY for work in 5 and 10c store. Apply May's, 612 Castle St. WANTED: MAID FOR GENERAL housework. Call 2-1541. STENOGRAPHER BY I N S~UR A~N C E company. Write stating age. experi ence and salary expected. MP-7, care of Star-News. _ MAID. WHITE OR COLORED MIDDLE age women preferred to care for one child and do general housework. Health certificate required. Apply 10-C-7 Up shur Drive, Maffitt Village. WANTED: MAID FOR GENERAL housework. Apply The Children Shop, 217 North Front Street. _ WANTED: 3 OR 4 EXPERIENCED beauty operators will pay 55 per cent commission. Answers kept confidential. Write Box care of Star-News. SEVERAL WAITRESSES WANTED^ Good pay. Living quarters available. Apply Victoria Grill, Holly Ridge. N. C. EXPERIENCED S A LESLADY FOR ready-to-wear department. Permanent position and excellent salary. Inex perienced and fryers do not apply Crawford’s ___ NEEDED ON GOVERNMENT WORK Experienced sewing machine operators. See us immediately. SOUTHLAND MFG. CO. 2nd and Greenfield St. WANTED: COLORED WOMAN FOR flat work. Hand ironers and shirt finishers. Apply Ideal Laundry, Front and Orange Street. WANTED: WHITE WOMEN MARKERS and sorters. Apply Ideal Laundry, Front and Orange Street. 91—Insurance MUTUAL FIRE AND AUTO INSUR ance. Real estate, bought and sold. J. L. Baldwin. Agency, 217 Princess St.__ 100— Instruction 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. - h '.l 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: BROWN BILLFOLD AT SEC ond and Princess. $120.00 contained one fifty, three twenties, one ten. If found write Mrs. H. J. Griffin, Route 1, Watha, N, C. Reward. LOST; 4 AUTO TITLES FOR MODEL "A” Ford, ’38 Chevrolet, ’37 Ford, ’35 Dodge. Reward. Contact Barker & Futch. Dial 2-1911. 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.. 209 Princess St. Dial 2-3722. 125—Paint—Papering NOTICE: WRIGHTSVLLE BEACH PRO perty owners: We have a force of first class painters on the beach. Will gladly furnish estimates. Dial 5647 or 2-3814. 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 BROS. RADIOS AND REFRIGERATION REPAIR SERVICE 520 Castle Dial 2-2790 DEPENDABLE RADIO SERVICE WORK guaranteed. House and auto aerials. Watson’s Radio Service. 722 No. 3rd St. 150.—Real Estate MOORE-FONVIELLE REALTY CO. WE are equipped to serve you. WE CAN SELL 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. FOR HIGHEST PRICES AND QUICK sales—List with Geo. A. Biddle, Real Estate. 232 Princess. Dial 2-8534. 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. IF YOU HAVE PROPERTY FOR SALE? Give me a trial. List with L. L. King, Real Estate, 238 Princess. Dial 2-2225. 152—Refrigeration service 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 QUALITY SEED ' We Specialize In the Seeds You Need CROSS SEED CO. 19 Market St. Dial 6868 VICTORY GARDENS: GROW LOW cost, ration free food. Start now, plant ing garden peas, onion sets, cabtage pjants; turnip, mustard. lettuce, radish s?ed. etc. Roudabu^h’e Seed Store, Correr Front 3c Dock. SROW OUR OWN FRUIT BY PLANT ing early bearing fruit trees, nut trees and berry plants, offered by Vir ginia’s largest growers. Write for new low-price catalogue, listing extensive line of fruits and ornamentals. Waynes boro Nurseries, Waynesboro, Virginia i CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Income Taxes Permanent Tax Consultants Specialist in ail kinds of Federal and N. C. Income Taxes CAROLINA INCOME TAX SERVICE Second Floor-Odd Fellows Bldg. Corner 3rd and Princess Sts. Open ’Til 9 P. M. Phone 5113 MONEY!! IN A HURRY AUTO LOANS $50 & UP See the man with the plan for the Local Man. GOFER MOTOR FINANCE CO. 20854 Market St. Manor Bldg. Dial 21956 Week End Specials Ladies Blue-White Diamond Bing 86 pts._$425.00 Gents 15 Jewel Guaranteed Yellow Gold Watches-$33.75 WILMINGTON JEWELRY SHOP 127 North Front St. Across From P. O. FOR SALE—Investment Property ' j ! A Two Family Duplex House Weil located, one block from bus line on paved street, near school. Each contains living room, dining room, two bedrooms and bath, breakfast room with built-in furniture, kitchen and two car garage. Window shades, separate oil heating systems, well landscaped yard, good elevation, drainage. Already financed. For fur ther information address M. P. K. care Star-News. 155—Seeds—Plants Bulba ] SEED POTATOES, ONON SETS, CAB- ' Jaf5 plants> garden peas, lespedeza, iield peas, etc. Wood’s Seed Store. STABLE MANURE FOR SHRUBBERY 1 and gardens. $3.50 per load, delivered. . Dial 6183. 170,—Wanted, i WANTED: PINE AND CYPRESS LOGS. 1 Bryant Lumber Co. WANTED: ROWBOAT CALL 8896 \ Wnghtsville Beach. WANTED: ALL PEOPLE SUFFERING 1 kidney^ trouble or backache to try < ‘Kido” 97c. Money back guarantee ! at Saunders Drug Store or Brooklyn 1 Pharmacy. 1 4 OR 5 ROOM FURNISHED APART- 1 ment wanted by permanently located business woman. No children, no pets. Telephone 2-2221. WANTED: 8MM MOVIE PROJECTOR. ! _ Any make. Dial 8541W. WANTED: TANK TRAILER 4,000 TO 4,300 gallons capacity, single compart ment. Give make, model and type of brakes. P. O. Box 236, Norfolk 1, Va. WANTED: 3 OR 4 ROOM FURNISHED apartment, nice location. Close in. I Call 2-2886 or write Box S-l, care of 1 Star-Newa. WANTED TO PAl HIGHEST PRICES ] for used furniture. H. Berger & Son Furniture Co.. 707 North 4th St. Dial ] WANTED ! 1 Listings of property for sale anywhere in this vicinity. We 1 have the clients — expert 1 service. MARSHALL REALTY CO. ’ K. B. Marshall—E. L. Strickland Realtors 210 Princess St. Property, Management, Sales, Rentals WANTED: ANY KIND OF CAMERA. Phone 5946. Lt. A. Q. Butler. 180 —Legal nuntL iu ttttuuuRa Having this day qualified as Executors to the Last Will and Testament of Mrs. Sarah E. Bannerman, of 314 Ann Street, Wilmington, N. C., this is to notify all creditors to present any claim held by them, properly verified, to Mrs. Bessie C. Grady, who will act as our agent, on or before Feb. 8th, 1946, or this Notice will be plead in bar of any recovery on such claim. All persons indebted to said estate will make payment to Mrs. Bessie C. Grady, at her address, 108 Nun Street, Wilmington, N. C. This Feb. 8th, 1945. HENRY A. GRADY, EDWARD S. GRADY, Executors. _ COPY OF ADVERTISEMENT STREET IMPROVEMENTS WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH, N. C. Sealed proposals will be received by the Mayor and Board of Commissioners of the Town of Wrightsville Beach, N. C. until 7:30 P.M .E. W. T., Friday. Febru ary 23rd, 1945. for the furnishing of labor and materials for the construction of certain Street Paving Improvements. The work will consist of the following quantities: i SECTION 1 j 2.500 cu,' yds. Excavation ] 7,000 Lin-.' Ft. Combination Curb and j Gutter 900 Lin. Ft. Radial Curb and Gutter j 1.500 Sq. Yds. 6” Concrete Paving 1,500 Lin. Ft. Storm Drainage, Catch j Basins, etc._ " CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ! I f OANS I l 1 •auto ? i I . • APPLIANCES R I • REFINANCING| i FINANCE INCORPORATED | I GARLAND F. PALMER 1 Pres, and Mgr. a Cape Pear Hotel Bldg. 1 U Corner 2#1 N. 2nd St. Telephone 2-S21I I SiiMinaiiiMiiiaiiiMiiiaiiiwiiMiiiwiiiiaiiiiBi I * ■ * I ■ CEILING - The price we pay on all Clean USED CARS. MAULDIN MOTOR CO. | Cal) C. H. Spooner, 997S jBEAR j Wheel aligning j ; Axle and Frame jj ; Straightening 3 SERVICE ; Mauldin Motor Co. j 80—Legal section n * 7,700 Sq. Yds. Asphalt Paving. For a more detailed estimate of quan ities, see proposal blanks. Proposals must be sealed and marked Proposal for Street Paving Improve ments for Wrightsville Beach. N. C.” All roposals must be submitted upon the lank forms provided in the copies of ’roposal, Contract and Specifications. Each bid must be accompanied by a ertified check for five percen. (5%) of he amount of bid, made payable to the 'own of Wrightsville Beach. N. C. In ieu of the five percent (5%) certified heck, the bidder may offer a certified heck for two percent (2%) plus a udder’s bond in the amount of three >ercent (3%) of the bid. The bids for this proposed work will >e received at the office of the Mayor, it the time stated above, after which hey will be publicly opened and read. A performance bond is required in an imount equal to 100 percent of the con ract price, conditioned upon the faith ul performance of the contract and lpon the payment in full to all per ons supplying labor and furnishing naterials for and in connection with he construction of the project. General contractors are notified that ‘An act to regulate the practice of General Contracting”, ratified by the General Assembly of North Carolina, on .larch 10th, 1025, and as subsequently imended will be observed in receiving ind awarding general contracts. Wrightsville Beach, N. C., through its /[ayor and Board of Commissioners, re erves the right to reject any or all (ids, and to waive informalities. Wrightsville Beach, N. C. reserves the ight to increase or diminish the quan ities given in the proposal. Also, the 'own reserves the right to award con racts which appear to be for the best nterest of the Town. _ WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH, N. C. J. R. WOOD, Mayor R. L. BENSON, Clerk Vm. F. FREEMAN, Engineers UGH POINT, N. C. SALE OF REAL ESTATE By virtue of the power and authority riven to the undersigned by a decree of he Superior Court of New Hanover bounty, wherein the City of Wilmington it al are Plaintiffs and Rosa James is defendant, the undersigned will offer for iale, at public auction, for cash, to the lighest bidder, on Monday, March 19. 945, at twelve o’clock M. at the Courl louse door of the County of New Han >ver, North Carolina, the following de icribed real estate situate in the City >f Wilmington. N. C. and being bound id and described as follows: ine of Sixth Street, 66 feet South from ts intersection with the Southern line )f Queen Street, and running thence Southwardly along said Western line of Sixth Street. 66 feet; thence Westward y and parallel with Queen Street. 165 feet; thence Northwardly and parallel with Sixth Street. 66feet, and thence Eastwardly and' parallel with Queen Street, 165 feet to the Beginning, the same being the Eastern one-half of Lot l, in Block 63 in said City. This February 14th, 1945. MARSDEN BELLAMY, Commissioner NOTICE: United States of America, Pe :itioner, vs. Certain lands near the City if Wilmington, County of New Hanover, State of North Carolina, and Mrs. Mar ha A. Atkinson; and the following per ions and their respective spouses, if iving; if dead, their surviving spouses, mknown heirs, personal representatives rreditors, successors and or assigns, if my, whose names and addresses are not mown; and the following firms and oi CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Insurance g GARLAND F. PALMER | FINANCE INCORPORATED | Cape Fear Hotel Bldg. ® Raise Your Own Table Meal at less than >. 25c lb. A I Raise Raby Scjt Chicks """ We sell any number and mail 25 or more anywhere. Hatches twice weekly. 15 leading breeds. 10,000 to 20,000 chicks on hand. ROUDARUSH'S SEED STORE 81 South Front Dial 2-0881 1 AT NICK’S MARKET 5th and Greenfield Sts. SPECIAL SALE Friday and Saturday Only GROCERY DEPT. 32-oz. jars asst. Jellies_29c 17-02. jars pork and beans 12c 46-02 cans Jackson Tomato Juice---.23c We also have paper napkins, paper towels, clothes pins, brooms, paper bags for lunches. Pink Salmon, Tuna Fish, bottled cherries, and many other items that are scarce. Introducing Doerschuck Beer (Premiums) Ice cold—6 bottles for-95c per case $3.50 deposit accepted on bottles. Plenty of champaign, also Garrets and St. Marks Cherry, Port, and Mascatel Wines. Don’t forget we hace Coca Colas, Pepsi Colas. Orange Crush, and R. C. Colas by the crate. Deposit accepted on bottles. FRUITS EXPECTED Strawberries and marshmellow whipped cream. Bananas and vanilla cookies Pink Grapefruit Pineapples Temple Oranges. And every other kind of fruit, in and out of season. We spe cialize in natural color pine apple Oranges. This kind of arange is this skinned almost bursting with juice. So sweet ind so good for baby or grandma. VEGETABLE EXPECTED Okra, endine, hot peppers, po tatoes, bell peppers, cucum bers, white and yellow squash, cabbage, snap beans, pole beans, garden peas, lima beans, green onions, radish, mustard greens, turnips, col lards lettuce, celeTy, egg plant, cauliflower and: HOT HOUSE TOMATOES Extry Fancy Home early and select the best 180.—Legal corporations, if in existence; otherwise, their unknown successors, and or assigns whose names and addresses are not known: H. V. Everett; Fidelity Trust & Development Company;' Theodore George; E. S. Rusher and Sanitary Scales I Company. Defendants, and all other per sons claiming any right, title, interest lien, easement, or other interest whatso- 1 ever in the lands hereinafter described will take notice that an action or pro ceeding entitled as above has been com menced in the District Court of the United -stater for the Eastern District oi 1 North Carolina, at Wilmington, North Carolina, for the condemnation of certain lands described in the petitions for use in the construction and repair of ship, for war purposes, and for the purpose of excluding all parties other than the Government from any actual or con tingent interest in said lands, to-wit “All that piece or parcel of land situat ed near the City of Wilmington. Countv of New Hanover, State of North Caro lina, and more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at the northeast comer of Lot 14. Block 72. as shown by a map of Sunset Park, recorded in Map Book 2. page 22, New Hanover County Registry, said point of beginning being 200 feet south of the concrete monument on the west side of Tyler Street, said concrete monument formerly shown on the map of Sunset Park being the southwest corner of the Standard Oil Company tract and the northeast corner of Block 72; running thence in a southerly direction 50 feet along the western line of Tyler Street; cornering; thence a 90 degree angle, a westerly direction, 124.5 feet to the eastern mar gin of the Atlantic Coaost Line Railroad Company right-of-way, cornering; thence northerly along the said right-of-way 50 feet, cornering; thence a 90 degree angle and in an easterly direction 124.5 feet to the point of beeinning. Same being Lots 13 and 14, in Block 72 of Sunset Park, as shown on PE-697, recorded in said Registry as aforesaid.” And the said defendants and all other parties claim ing an interest in said lands of any kind whatsoever will further take notice that they are required to appear and file answer or demur to the petitions filed herein before the Clerk of the United States District Court at Wilming ton, North Carolina, on or before the 17th day of March. 1945, or within twenty (20* days thereafter, or the relief pray* ed for Will be granted. This 14th day of February. 1945. MADELYN D. DIXON. Clerk United States District Court By JAMES B. SWAILS, Deputy Clerk CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ************************ t | I Personal Loans § ^ Wilmington Finance Co. * j 202 Murchison Bldg. st * * ************************ WANTED! I Late model 1-2 or 3-4 ton delivery truck — panel or pickup body — must be in good conditio n—ceiling prices offered. Write at once — give make, model and body type. C. D. CARE STAR-NEWS We WILL PAY CASH FOR YOUR USED CAR RANEY Ckevrelel Co. 4th & Princess Din! S621 Auto Loans ] Financing N. & J. FINANCE CORP. Phone 2-2740 214 So. Front i-----1 : Cherry Twinklers v ( 1 package yeast, compressed or dry < granular 1-4 cup lukewarm water c 1 cup milk c 2 tablespoons sugar 1-2 cup shortening 1 1 1-2 teaspoons salt 2 eggs, beaten 3 1-4 cup sifted Dainty enriched flour 1-2 teaspoon vanilla extract Y 1-4 cup melted margarine or butter 1 cup cherry preserves Soften yeast in lukewarrr water. a Scald milk. Add sugar, shorting, r in salt, cool to lukewarm. Add 1 cup flour. Mix well. Add soft- „ ened yeast and eggs. Beat thor- r oughly. Add vanilla extract and 11 mix until smooth. P t< Cover and let rise until light a (about 1 1-2 hours). Stir down, . prepare muffin pan as follows: 1 Into each greased muffin pan c place 1-4 teaspoon melted mar- w garine or butter and 1 teaspoon g cherry preserves. Drop batter c by spoonfuls into pans. Let rise s: until light (about 30 minutes). Bake in moderate oven (375 de grees F.) 20 to 25 minutes. I a g Yield: 3 dozen 2-inch rolls. S Ask Your Grocer for si Dainty Flour Refuse AU Substitutes J. J. ALLEN & SON c h; —Distributors— H Dock & Water Sts. Dial 5762 t0 ———— ' ' H: IN THE SERVICE CITED Technical Sergeant Roy C. Saun* lers. Route 3, Wilmington, ha* rompleted his sixth month of in* MMHHHtensive combat. Eighth Air Force radio op „ ' ' erator on a B-17 Flying Fortress, ivv.iSfi " K he has taken , part 'n mor« '■than 30 bomb. in8 attacks on Rl|§jKj!S|prlM German i n dus liiiMRH trial targets ai d I 'UNgyBl militar-v strong | mP MffiMEBI points in thk *"*•'■1 , IM.MMyM path of Allied SAUNDERS armies on the Western front. Flying with the 34th Bomb. Group, Sgt. Saunders ha* Deen cited for meritorious achieve nent and awarded the Air Medal with four Oak Leaf Clusters. Saunders has participated in a>* saults on a variety of objectives, ranging from enemy airfields and aircraft plants to oil refineries and iront line positions. He is a mem oer of the Third Air Division, cited oy the President for its now his toric England-Africa shuttle bomb ing of the Messerschmitt plant* at Regensburg, Germany. PROMOTED John E. Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs. N R. Stanley, 209 North 7th street, has been promoted to First Lieutenant, it was announced in India recently by Brigadier Gen eral R- R. Neyland. dia-Burma theater since January, 1944, with a unit of Base Section 2, the largest single supply or ganization in both the India-Burma and China theaters. He was a rail way freight rate clerk i-n civilian life. His wife is now living at Wal lace. REASSIGNED First Lieutenant Ralph C. Volk, husband of Mrs. Ruth M. Volk, 102 Columbia avenue, has been sent to Miami Beach, Fla. for reassign ment to an important army posi tion, according to an Army Pub lic relations release. Lt. Volk en tered the service in July, 1942, and after training as a pilot of a B-24 Liberator, shipped overseas in May 1944. He served in the Mediterranean theater of opera tions. He has recently been dis charged from the AAF Hospital, Don Ce-Sar Place, St. Petersburg, Fla. where he had been recuperat ing from operational fatigue. MERITORIOUS SERVICE Sergeant Garlando W. Kellum, Radio Operator, son of Mrs- Edna W. Baker, 816 South 4th street, is a member of the 328th Field Artillery Battalion Service battery which was awarded the Merltcri dus Service Unit plaque on the Fifth Army front in northern Italy recently. The plaque, for superior per formance of duty in the accom plishment of exceptionally difficult :asks in Italy from April 11 to lun 10, 1944, was presented by the livision artillery commander. “The Service battery distinguish :d itself by hauling ammunition ind food to the forward gun crews inder dangerous and difficult con iitions and at all times kept the tattalion efficiently and well sup died.” MEET IN ENGLAND S. J. CHAUNCEY C. CHAUNCEY S. L. Chauncey, CCM and Carl Chauncey, S 1-c, both sons of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Chauncey of Lake Waccamaw, are serving with the United States Navy overseas. S. J. Chauncey has been in the Navy five years and has been overseas since November, 1943. Carl enter ed the service in May, 1944, and is stationed as a member of the armed guard aboard a Liberty ship. They were able to see each other this past Thanksgiving “somewhere in England”. Mrs. S. J. Chauncey lives in Lake Wac camaw and Mrs. Carl Chauncey in Elizabethtown. PROMOTED Charles B. Scott, 704 Castle street has been named First Sergeant of a company in the 309th Infan try, 78th Division. Nintn Army, according to an official announce ment. Sgt. Scott enlisted in the Army September 11, 1935 and, after serv ice at several posts was sent, as part of an enlisted men’s cadre, to Camp Davis as a sergeant in an antiaircraft unit. He was later transferred to Military Police Es cort Guard at Fort Custer, Mich., where he was promoted to the grade of First Sergeant. He be came a member of the 78th Divi sion June 1, 1944. The Sergeant has a brother and a sister in the service, Master Ser geant Frances Scott, WAC, and Seaman 1-c Walter A. Scott, over seas. His wife and two son* re side in Wilmington. MEETING TRANSFERRED NEWTON, Feb. 15.— (TP)—1The an aual North Carolina Jersey Cattle Nub meeting, slated February 22, ras been moved to Newton from Hickory, it was announced here oday. Howard W. Odum, Chapel dill, is president.