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**SKslve your tire pro yoVms recapping, vul bowing reliners. B & N 3RD AND CAMP sw™i TIRES RECAPPED fASf^fred. Akron Tir. Company. fU Third St._ ^ia,tes°andm0^icCea<fillaC ^ CHEVROLET CO.ai ^ princess oi._____ ■^TvvFRS IN STOCK i OR ALL 5ZAJ C°?er 1941 and 42 Pontiac. kod? S and Buck. Sutton Pontiac 0-7^Cha2nnd. Dial 7-8150 UL-r-r" regulations require r®^vertisement. of used car. for W ,1 contain the car make, year sale !" G,dv tvpe offering price, and ^statement that the price is within OPA ceiUhg-_ J--CO., 114 NORTH 2ND L2Gfl,Xl repair work on aU makes *„TS Fenders and body._ J'-r^LL THAT .OPA CEIL WE.BAT a PERMIT FOR AGf A N CARS. MarMILLAN Sick ca, 208 no. 2nd- dial 3574. ----: —T^fpASSENGER AND TRUCK tECAPPUroiteH amount of grade “A” Sr in rtock. Reid’s Tire Service. 316 •—-^rru, A FORD 4 DOOR SEDAN. »s;?i&n ceiling. 206 No. 7th St, —r^CpiCKUV GOOD TIRES AND 1!!9 f„?RS380 00. Within ceiling. 1932 “B” ? a tudor good tires, and good con S„' Warranty price. *363.00. Also 4lU -thers at ceiling prices or less. r'TLangston, at Long Creek on U. S. 0f ’ north of Wilmington. g^ChiropractOT_ uffTnACHE BACKACHE, NERVOUS ^.Dr Mary J. Layton. 512 South JTjding Phone 2-0123. ’[TUBuiiflei's Supplies. _ mT'pROTECTbN FROM SUMMER EOhL use Carey's Rock Wool nsulation. Hal 6220. City Builders Supply, vour requirements.___ NOTICE: SASH DOORS, BLINDS. WIN dows door frames, screens. Turned eotamns Cabinets. Oldest, best ecjuip ped'shop in city. Roderick and Land. Pial 5229,__ rlLOTFX INSULATION BOARD WILL turn vour attic into attractive and comfortable living space., Cost? Very reasonable. Dial Becker s, 7761._ jjlBusincss Opportunities_ j FOR SALE ' 15 room hotel, fully equipped including linen, steam heat, hot water. 3 yr. lease on building at very reasonable j rental. Splendid loation and j doing nice business. Seen by j appointment. Can assist in financing transfer of this business. Owner leaving city. If Interested See WADE REALTY CO. ! J. E. L. Wade, Realtor 205 Princess St. U-Business Service LAND SURVEYING BY A. A. ROBBINS N. C. registered surveyor. 710 No. 3rd St.. Wilmington. Phone 2-2296. 25lCoal—Wood—Fuel Oil - DRY WOOD OF ALL KINDS. GET IT now tot winter to avoid tush. Don’t wait. Dial 6204. B. V. Rivenbark. 30-Dairy Products DAIRY GOAT MILK FOR HEALTH. ASK your doctor and calL E. L. Strick land, 2-1517. Audubon. 33—Dogs—Cats—Pets FOR SALE-ST. BERNARD PUP, NINE months old: registered pedigreed male; gjod watch dog. Owner leaving: must sell by June L Wrightsville 8819-W. 35—Drugs Let Us Fill Your Next PRESCRIPTION See Us For Your Drug Need! BROOKLYN PHARMACY M2 North 4th St. Dial 6676 NO ONE SELLS FOR LESS! 41—Eatables BROWN’S GROCERY, CHOICE CUTS, lambs, veal, beef and pork. Fancy Gro cerles, 802 North 4th St. Dial 6585. 45—Electrical bond electric co contracting Md repair service. 312 Wright St.. Dial 2-1250. mason electric co Electric Contractors m North 3rd St. Dial 6785 48—Feeds hollybrook poultry feeds, kas '° D°s Food. Wood’s Seed Store. 31 .No- Front St. Dial 4620. TUXEDO FEEDS The Feeder’s Silent Partner __ CROSS SEED CO. DAIRYMEN; TAKE ADVANTAGE OF . e extra benefits in Quaker Dairy ,7 Get better health and produc i.,*1‘Jower food cost. J. J. Allen & _ °n- Phone 5762. —Florist CRT„fL,0WERS. POT PLANTS. COR Rv ’ Iua™l designs. Quick deliveries. SSum Shop, 3i so. Front. Dial 2-0381. S2~For Rent ,&eRn^T,: 2ND AND 3RD FLOOR OF —F Walker Taylor. 12 Princess St. rjLhREpT: TW0 OFFICES. 315 1-2 j?. From Street. Samuel Bear Sr., J!Li°ns’ 311 No. Front Street. !^or Rent—Apartments T'fo°?.??M-,FURNISHED APARTMENT j--*’ Jl3 S. Front St. Phone 2-8630, hRT„fH0,iSEKEEPING APARTMENT W—gained couple. 317 No Third St. "two" ROOM FURNISHED 52°9UiPle’ 515 SoUth Second : t4 R00M FURNISHED APT. 2-2369 June lst t0 SePf- 1st. Dial f^ao^r" P'ARTey" FURNISHED GA Diai 672°o.iment' In exclusive section. p—_^JKcnt—Rooms !"SZRwi?tED ROOMS, PRIVATE "867, ■ Wlri,er Park on bus line. Dial BtC°*wood'iRNKISHED bedroom m -_ °n bus line. Dial 5173. Knt?em^n F<?R COUPLE OR TWO ^one 2-8673 °Ee t0 business district. a s ang couples. Dial 2-1272." °’ bedrooms WITH Jdli* Beach prlvi'egcs. Wrights -uL. Bhone 8910-W, Suitable0® twITH showeR BATH. j^-pigLinjouples. Phone 5180. !«1 largR°?I,?EDROOM WITH SEV ,a4 St.8 ndtnvs- Close in., 205 So. 60—For Rent—-Rooms FURNISHED BEDROOM TO COUPLE or two working girls. 8 So. »th St. 70—For Sale ~ ~ FOR SALE: 22 RIFLE AND 100 SHELLS display tables, dinette tables and chairs. Old check writer. 112 No Second St. FOR SALE: BABY CLOTHES MATE rial. Pre-war white batiste. All linen dish towels and luncheon sets. Phone 2-8023. MAJESTIC COAL AND WOOD RANGE. Good condition. Large sUe comfortable baby carriage. Dial 2-2004. 411 Dock St. 1941 HOUSE TRAILER, 10 M1T.FJ5 OUT Camp Davis Highway at L. A. Covll Station. Can be seen any time. FOR SALE—YOUTH’S BED. GOOD CON dition. 140 Pinecrest Parkway. Diel 2-2000. ATTENTION ' FURNITURE. JUVENILE furniture, and toy manufacturers: Well known sale organization interested in new lines, either on a commission or lobbing basis. Large selling force, dis play rooms in leading cities and main tain permanent display room at all mar kets, Interested in part or entire out put of factory, Box 1722. High Point, North Carolina. FOR SALE: PREWAR FURNITURE AND electrical appliances. Vacuum cleaner, electric fan. waffle maker, beds, chairs, rugs, tables, chests, mirrors, etc. 71 Pinecrest Parkway. SAFES, ALL SIZES, ALSO SMALL treasure boxes, electric water coolers, 8, 8 and 10 feet; dry electric drink boxes, stand fahs, new Dayton elec tric scales, hanging and counter scales, one used coal hot Water heater and tank. L. F. Sollee. 902 Princess St. ONE DUMP CART AND SADDLE. SEE W. M. Holland, Market St. Road. Phone 4721. CURTAINS, $3.50 PER PAIR OP. 3 PAIR for $10. G. Stein Furniture Store. 605 N. Fourth St. Feed Com Milling Com Several Thousand Bushels Cross Seed Co. Wilmington. N. C. WEEK END SPECIAL: PORCH ROCK ers. $5.95. Rubberized crib mattresses. $9.95. Play pens. $8.95 up. Terms. Railroad Salvage Co.. 603 Castle St Dial 2-3626. 2 BICYCLES AND ONE TRTrvri.r Good condition. 236 Vance St., Maffitt Village. SPENCER SUPPORTS AND BRASS iers designed. Mrs. Ramseur, 2019 Crea sy Avenue. Dial 6214. SPENCER SUPPORTS. APPOINTMENTS in your home. Call Mrs Patser, Har bor Island. 8818-M or Dial 7918. FARMERS — A FEW ADJUSTABLE sweep stocks and sweeps. Keith Mill ing Co. TAMPA HAND MADE CIGARS. HA vanah tobacco. Quality guaranteed re tail stores. Box of fifty $5.85 retails 15c. Prepaid quantity discounts. Check with order. Calhoun Cigar Distribu tor. P. O. Box 4227, North Charles ton, S. C. TWO LARGE PEDESTAL FANS. CAN be seen at 203 Church St. Dial 5861. EXPERT WASHING MACHINE AND vacuum cleaner repairs. Parts to fit all kinds. A. O’Briant. 510 N. 4th. Dial 2-3562. ATTENTION FARMERS! JUST RECEIV ed another shipment of pea weeders. See us for yours today. Marks Machin ery Co. COFFEE URNS AND STEAM TABLES. No priorities. C. B. Sternberger Eqiup ment Co., 1009 Princess. WE HAVE A FEW GYM SHOES. PICK ard’s 209 Market St. Dial 2-3224. SPENCER INDIVIDUALLY DESIGNED supports for healthful, restful posture. For appointments, call Mrs. J. B. Rober son. 2-8025—2-3718. LARGE SELECTION OF WOODEN toys. Lewell’s, Wrightsville Beach, N.C. REGISTERED COCKER SPANIEL PUP pies. Wood by cord, delivered. John Leeuwenburg. Dial 2-3206. ANTIQUE DROP LEAF CHERRY DIN ing table, painted drop leaf dinette table and 2 chairs, 5 and 10 gallon oil cans, old check writer, covered copper wire for outside use. 112 N. Second St. _ 75—Household Goods r HOUSEHOLD GOODS—NEW PREWAR dish drain, egg beater, ricer, flour sift er, gra ers. Phone 2-8023. HOUSEHOLD GOODS—NEW PREWAR aluminum dripolator, percolator, muf fin' tins, ring mold, cookie cutters. Phone 2-8023. FIVE BURNER FLORENCE OIL STOVE. Dish cabinet and coal heater. Phone 2-2353. _ LARGE SELECTION OF FOUR PIECE bedroom suites, Price $79.50 and up. Home furniture Co., 23 Market St. PORCH SWINGS. ICE BOXES. BED^ room suites, beds, springs and mat tresses. Chest of drawers, radio. Batson Transfer. __ FIVE ROOMS FURNITURE. MODERN range, Frigidaire. radio. 142 Colonial Village. _ LARGE SHIPMENT OF 9x12 FELT BASE congoleum rugs. $5.95. Carolina Furni ture Co.. 617 North 4th St. Dial 4048. COME IN AND SEE A COMPLETE line of baby carriages, cribs, play pens and high chairs. Carolina Furniture Co., 617 North 4th St. Dial 4048 JUST RECEIVED—SHIPMENT WALNUT dining room suites and walnut dinettes. Schwartz Furniture Co.. 713 N 4th St. WE HAVE A BEAUTIFUL SELECTION of studio couches and living room suites with all spring construction. Carolina Furniture Co., 617 North 4tn St, Dial 4048. SHOP AT H. BERGER & SON AN1' SAVE! NEW SHIPMENT OF CURTAINS. LINOLEUM RUGc AND LAMPS JUST ARRIVED 707 NORTH 4TH ST DIAL 5128 SPECIAL PRICES ON LIVING ROOM suites. Lawson and Chippendale sofas. All spring construction. Peoples Fur niture Co. WE BUY AND SELL, USED FURNI ture H Evanson Furniture Exchange. 718 Castle. Dial 2-3809. __ WE BUY AND SELL USED FURNI ture Kav's Furniture Exchange. 703 North 4th. Dial 2-1649. BEDROOM SUITES. KITCHEN AND utilities cabinets, oil cook stove and ranges Castle Street Furniture Co. Dial 6447. _ LOVE SEAT CEDAR CHEST, LEATH erette covered. Cedar lined. Jones Furniture Co. ____ LINOLEUM RUGS. GUARANTEED, heavy p.nd light weight Lands Furni ture Co.. 621 North 4th St._ USED STOVES. WATER HEATERS AND hot plates, gas and electric Southern Gas Company. 220 Market St._ JUST RECEIVED ICE BOXES. WARD robes and chest robes. Levin* Furni ture Co. 519 Castle St._ BUY THAT MATTRESS NOW WHILE we have a good selection. Wilmington Furniture Co. "The Old Reliable._ TWO MAPLE BABY BEDS. WRIGHTS ville 8819-W.' 80—Houses For Sale_ FOR BETTER BEACH PROPERTY .SEE Tucker. Tucker Real Estate Co., Caro lina Beach._ - FOR SALE- BETWEEN Apts and Carolina Beach hI*“w“y>"* low Legion Stadium. Nice three room house and lot. Garage. Freshly pair ed inside and out. Price *1200 00 P. M. Shield. 80—Houses For Sole SIX ROOM CAROLINA BEACH HOME, Excellent condition, newly painted in side. Immediate possession. Call own er. J. W. George, 2-1388 or 9645. FOR SALE 8 Rooms and Bath 418 Bladen Street An ideal home. Must be sold at once. HUGHES and MORTON W. W. Higgins, Associate Wallace Bldg.. 3rd Princess Dial 7691 CAROLINA BEACH HOME OF SIX rooms and two baths, now used as two apartments; also four room bunga low on back ol lot, equipped with gas stove, hot water heater and oil circu lator; both houses completely furnish ed and in perfect condition; immediate possession; garage on property; lovely yard. H. F. Wilder, Realtor. Phone 4932. FOR SALE 1402 Orange St. 5 room bunga low. 312 Greenfield St. 5 rooms, own er leaving city. Good value at $3500.00. W. ^ef HEWLETT, Realtor 214 Priiifess St. Dial 7138 FOR SALE—6-ROOM FRAME HOUSE by owner. Gas range and refrigerator included. Small down payment and take up payments. Dial 2-8645. 109 Colonial Village. • FOR SALE: Carolina Beach. Ocean Front Southern Exten sion. One block from business district. Lot 125x53 ft. Fifteen room house all .furnished. Very desirable location. Easy terms. See H. L. Horne, 14 So, 6th St., Wilmington. Phone 4016. 16 ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE-KURES Beach. Reduced from $10,000 to $6,000. Live in it, rent the others. J. B. Hales owner, 317 Grace Wilmington. If you wish .to stn, sell or trade real estate, see us. W. M. HEWLETT. Realtor 214 Princess St.Dial 7138 FOR SALE 16 room, 4 apartment house. Just painted outside and in side. Has new $2500 garage. Large lot. Near up town. $14,000 Only $3,000 down, balance at $120 per month. No interest or carrying charge. Can be financed with smaller down payment.. Have client who will rent whole unit for 5 years and pay 3 years in ad vance at $145.00 per month. Dial 2-8830 after one p.m. H. G. BRYANT COLONIAL VILLAGE 1101 Mercer Ave., corner lot, 6 rooms and bath, central heat, automatic hot water. Financed through F.H.A. $1250 cash—$30. per month. 182 Colonial Village, 6 rooms and bath, large lot, all mod ern conveniences. Truly a beautiful home. Financed through F.H.A. $1250 cash— $27.50 per month. CAPE FEAR REALTY CO. W. R. Davis—R. H. Lewis 203 N. 2nd Dial 2-0619 Cape Fear Hotel Bldg. INVESTMENT PROPERTY, SOUTHERN Extension, close In, 4 apartments and large house. Bargain. Other good buys. Applewhite Real Estate. Phone 2381 office or 3376, Carolina Beach. N. C. 85—Help Wanted—Male_ EXPERIENCED MEAT CUTTER. WHEN I can get meat to cut. E. L. Rogers, Harbor Island, N. C. Dial 8-8584 day time, Dial 8-8879 night time. WANTED COOK. FOOD HANDLERS permit required. Good salary. Apply Dietician, James Walker Memorial , Hospital___ NOTICE TO EMPLOYERS AND WORK ers: All workers, male or female, trust 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 U. S Employment Service offices. EXPERIENCED COLLECTOR WITH CAR for city. Permanent. Answer “G. H. . Care Star-News. _ COLORED MEN FOR ORDERLY AND porter work. Apply to Housekeeper. Jame3 Walker Memorial Hospital. PORTER WANTED: APPLY IN PERSON. Do not telephone. BrunswicK noiei. FIRST CLASS COLORED CHEF AT Ocean Terrace Hotel. Wrightsville Beach, N. C. Bring references. Also colored woman. __ AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC WANTED Apply 501 Wright St. Snow White Laundry.___ LAUNDRY ROUTE MAN WANT ED UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY FOR PERMANENT WELL PAY ING ROUTE. EXPERIENCED ONLY. APPLY IN FEFSON. SNOW WHITE LAUNDRY, 501 WRIGHT ST. WANTED FIREMAN. APPLY SNOW White Laundry. 5th Sc Wl'ight St. WAITER AND MAID FOR WRIGHTS ville Beach. Good pay. Live on prem ises. Phone 5808. or 212 S. Third. 90.—Help Wanted—Female SERVANT FOR GENERAL HOUSE work, one half days. Permanent. Dial 2-3718._____ WOMAN TO DO GENERAL HOUSE work. Health certificate. Reference. Phone 4837. Oleander Court._ WANTED — SALESLADY OR SALES man to travel North and South Carolina Also to work city. Apply National Beauty and Barber Supply Co., Room 15, Odd Fellows Building._ WANTED: GOOD FURNITURE MAN with knowledge of selling and decora - ing also good furniture delivery man. Sutton-Council Furniture Co. WHITE WOMAN, 45, HOUSEKEEPER in motherless home or companion to elderly lady. Holly Ifjtge, N. C. P. O. Box 648. 90— Help Wanted—Female _ WANTED—COLORED WOMEN HAN° ironers, flat work operators and smrt finishers. Apply Mr. Watts, Snow White Laundry, 501 Wright St._ OWN ROOM. SMALL FAMILY. $60.00 month to start. Schatt. 2W3 tast 37.h St., Brooklyn, New York.__ COOK WANTED FOR FAMILY OF FOUR to go to beach, good pay. Private room and bath, in house. Apply in Person 120 North Fifth Street. Telephone 7305 WANTED: COLORED WOMAN FOR flat work. Hand Ironers and smrt finishers. Apply Ideal Laundry. Front and Orange Street. __ GIRLS TO WORK AT SODA FOUNTAIN. Must have experience. Apply Princess Sandwich Shop.___ Needed On Government Work Experienced sewing machine operators. SOUTHLAND MFG. CO. Blocks Cantfade Shirts 2nd and Greenfield WANTED — ONE ALTERATION LADY. MUST HAVE EXPERI ENCE. PERMANENT POSI TION. GOOD PAY. MADEMOl SELLE SHOPPE.__ MAIDS WANTED. APPLY IN PERSON. Do not telephone. Brunswick Hotel, WANTED: WHITE WOMEN MARKERS and sorters. Apply Ideal Laundry Front and Orange Street. __ WANTED COLORED WOMAN FOR kitchen work. Angle Inn, 5th and Greenfield. WANTED EXPERIENCED BEAUTY Op erator. Bon Ton Beauty Shop, 306 Southern Building. _ 91— Insurance MUTUAL FIRE AND AUTO INSUR ance. Real Estate, bought and sold. 3. L. Baldwin, Agency, 317 Princess St,____ 100— Instruction MRS. MOTTE’S SECRETARIAL SCHOOL 315 Church street. All commercial sub jects taught. __ 101— Jewelers _ Guaranteed Watch Repairing Guaranteed Service WILMINGTON JEWELRY SHOP 127 North Front St.—Across from P. O. 102—Laundry COMPLETE LAUNDRY SERVICE PICK up and delivery to and including Win ter Park, Sunset Park and all points in between. Cash and carry service with no trouble to park. There is a difference. Try us. Caison Bros. Laun dry. Dial 2-3678, 104— Loans LOANS, AUTO. REFINANCING, prompt service. Reasonable rates. Fin ance Incorporated, comer 2nd and Chestnut. Dial 2-8213.__ MONEY TO LOAN On Diamonds, watches, lewelry, silver ware, men’s clothing. Typewriters, shotgu s, musical instrument, and any thing of value. FINKELSTEIN’S LOAN OFFICE "Wilmington’s Oldest and Largest" Front and Market Streets 105— Lost and Found LOST—BILLFOLD CONTAINING BASIC A and C gas coupons. Return to R. H. Peterson, Care Ethyl Dow Chemical Co., Wilmington, N. C. UU—Livestock AT STUD: REGISTERED GAJTED STAL. lion sired by "Mighty Sensation”. Call. W. J. Beasley. Dial 8170. HORSES FOR RENT: INSTRUCTORS AT stable at all times; Bridle path to ride on. Bill Cole Stables. Phone 9710. Ill—Miscellaneous _ 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 INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR DECORAT ing, permanently established, good workmanship. Business appreciated. L. H. Matthews. Dial 6730. ANY KIND OF PAINT OR WALL paper job better, quicker, cheaper. See ad in yellow section of telephone di rectory. 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 RADIOS AND REFRIGERATION BLAKE BROS. SALES and SERVICE WESTINGHOUSE DEALER 620 Cattle Dial 2-2790 CAROLINA RADIO SERVICE! 4H Bladen St. Phone 4906,__ HOWARD RADIO CO. 1027 So. 3rd St. Phone 4826 All Work Fully Guaranteed Radio and Refrigeration Service WILSON’S APPLIANCE SALES & SERVICE 7th and Orange Dial 2-8676 150—Real Estate_ IF YOU HAVE PROPERTY FOR SALE, give us a trial. List with L. L. King, Real Estate, 233 Princess. Dial 2-3225 FOR HIGHEST PRICES AND QUICK sales—List with Geo. A. Biddle. Real Estate, 232 Princess. Dial 2-8534, MOORE-FONVIELLE REALTY CO. WE are equipped to serve you. WE SELL THE EARTH. FOSTER HILL Realty Co., 112 Princess St. Dial 2-3371. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 150—Real Estate UST YQUR real ESTATE WITH W. A. McGirt, Realtor 215 Princess St. 155—Seeds—Plants Bulba TOMATO PLANTS. PEPPER AND EGG plants. Seasonable garden seed. Ferti lizers. Insecticides, sprayers, dusters, etc. Wood’s Seed Store. QUALITY SEED We Specialize in the Seeds You Need CROSS SEED CO. H Market St Dial 886$ WE HAVE COMPOST FOR VICTORY gardens, flowers and shrubbery. $3.00 a load delivered. Dial 6083. VICTORY GARDENS! PLANT NOW: Butter beans, pole beans, snap beans, crowder-cow peas, <corn, turnips, mus tard, etc. Collard, Tomato, cabbage plants fresh daily. Roudabush’s Seed Store, Corner Front and Dock. 160—Transportation and Storage LOCAL & LONG DISTANCE HAULING, Jones Transfer Co., Dial 4928. Ill No. 11th St. 170—Wanted. WANTED Listings of property for sale anywhere in this vicinity. We have the clients—expert service. MARSHALL REALTY CO. Realtors 210 Princess St. Property, Management, Sales, Rentals WANTED. SEVERAL COPIES OF SUN day Star-News of June 4, 1944. Bring or call Star-News Circulation Depart ment. Dial 2-3311. WANTED TO PAY HIGHES'I PRICES FOR USED FURNI TURE. ICE BOXES, DINING ROOM SUITES, WOOD AND COAL RANGES AND OIL RANGES. H. BERGER & SON FURNITURE. CO., 707 NORTH 4TH. DIAL 5128. WANTED ALL PEOPLE SUFFERING kidney trouble or backache to try “Kido" 97c. Money back guarantee at Saunders Drug Store or Brooklyn Pharmacy. RELIABLE HOUSEKEEPER TO LIVE on premises and care for two chil dren. Will consider service wife or couple. 2741 Jefferson St., Riverside or Box R-l, care of Star-News. AIR FORCE CAPTAIN AND WIFE DE sire furnished apartment or house. Permanent. Write Box “M-4”, Care Star-News. M T ‘ 180.—Legal. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF NEW HANOVER Under and by virtue of the power of sale contained in a certain deed of trust executed by John R. Turrentine (Widow er), to C. D. Hogue. Trustee, on the 29th day of August, 1944, and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of New Hanover County in Book 360, Page 276, default having been made in the payment of the note secured by said deed of trust and demand having been made on the undersigned Trustee by the holder of the note thereby secured the undersigned will offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash, at the Court House door in the City of Wilmington, North Carolina, on Tuesday the 12th day of June, 194a, at 12 o’clock noon, the piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the City of Wilmington, CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ~ u I ~~ I—-I 1 I Former Nazi Prisoner Reaches Fort Bragg Pvt. James Ernest Russ, prison er of war in Germany since Octo ber 18, 1944, is convalescing at a Fort Bragg hospital, after being liberated on April 13, according to a letter received from him by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Russ, of the Carolina Beach road. His wife and son, of Charlotte, are at present visiting his parents here and Pvt. Russ says he ex pects to be home soon. His family reported they had not heard from him since Febru ary until they were notified of his liberation. Pvt. Russ said he had received no word of his family while in prison. He entered the army in 1940 and was sent overseas in January, 1944. 180—Legal County of New Hanover, State of North Carolina, described as follows: BEGINNING at a point in the Eastern line of 5th Street 99 feet South of the Southern linp of Walnut Street; runs thence Southwardly with the Eastern line of 5th Street 33 feet; thence East wards and parallel with Walnut street 165 feet; thence Northwardly and paral lel with 5th Street 33 feet; thence West wards and parallel with Walnut Street 165 feet to the Beginning, being the Southwest 1-4 part of Lot 2, in Block 208, of the official plan of the City of Wilmington, and the same as conveyed by T. L. Brown to Annie H. Turrentine by deed registered in Book 45, Page 163. of the records of New Hanover County. Dated and posted this 11th day of May, 1945. C, D, HOGUE. Trustee CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Opening Harris Vegetable Mar ket Saturday, 8:30, May 26 — Across from Newell’s Drug Store, Wrightsville Beach. We grow our own vegetables. LOST: On Chestnut St. between 15th and 17th or first few blocks of Wrightsville Avenue, small Elgin lady’s wrist watch. Sub stantial reward to finder. Call 9463 or 7868 Margaret Holmes In The Service COMMISSIONED i Elbert W ' Brower, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Brower, Ivan hoe, has received his commission from Columbia University m i d. shipman school as an ensign in the Naval Re- j serve. Ensign j Brower graduat eu irom rrantuin ntiuwistt High school, Kerr, N. C., and was a senior at North Carolina State college prior to entering the ser vice in August, 1944. LEADS ASSAULT An assault by American Infan try on Japanese fortified hill po sitions on Cebu was spearheaded by Private First Class Marion A. Woodbury, of 1620 Ann St., Wil mington, and seven other combat engineer soldiers. The Engineers, while advancing in front of tanks and followed by the Infantry, cleared a road of mines and other obstacles ki the face of concentrated enemy me chinegun and rifle fire. Moving 1500 yards uphill towards the Jap. h'-ld ridge, the Yanks were pinned down frequently and had to call on the tanks to silence the strong points. They had a close call when a trapped Nip burst out of a cave and ran towards them with a hand grenade in each hand. Two of the Infantry soldiers were wounded by the fanatical Jap before he could be killed. In civilian life a draftsman, Woodbury serves as utility repair man with the Engineers. He has been overseas for 13 months and saw action on Bougainville prior to the Philippines campaign. In addition to his two battle stars, he is entitled to wear the Asiatic Pacific Campaign Ribbbn and the Philippine Liberation Ribbon. PROMOTED Miss Marion White Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mis. Harry S. McGirt of 2529 Market St., has been promoted to the rank of Senior Lieutenant in the Women’s Reserve of the Navy. Lt. Fisher, who has been on duty in Miami, Fla., since being com missioned in the WAVES, is in charge of X-ray and laboratory work-at the Seventh Naval Dis trict dispensary. She joined the WAVES in the fall of 1943. She took her indoctrination training at the Naval Reserve Midshipman School at Northampton, Mass. Lt. Fisher is a graduate of Wo man’s College, University of North Carolina. Before joining the Navy she was a laboratory and X-ray technician at the Roanoke Rapids Hospital. DECORATED AN EIGHTH AIR FORCES BOMBER STATION, England— Sergeant Charles L. Pierce, 28i year-old B-17 Flying Fortress engi neer and top-turret gunner, and the * son of Mrs. W. Mason, 320 North 7th street, Wilmington, has been decorated with the Air Medal, for « courage and high achievement in- * action while paving the way for Allied armies into the Reich with bombs. His wife, Mr*. Carlene Pierce, lives at 1605 Jackson street, ... Amarillo, Texas. He was formerly an apprentice tile setter for J. Knight Davis, 2201 Chestnut street, ‘ Wilmington. Sgt. Pierce serves with the Vet eran 390th Bombardment Group, crack Eighth Air Force unit, which t: holds a war record for destruction of enemy aircraft by a lone group in a single engagement, having t shot down 63 German lighters'over , Munster, Germany, on Oct. 10, 1943. The group has been cited by the President and shares in an- ,, other presidential award for aiding -i in the Third Air division’s epic attack on key Messerschmitt * plants at Regensburg, Germany. -v- JL BEACH HIGHWAY WORK IS BEGUN The resurfacing of a *ix-mile portion of the Carolina Beach high way, U. S. 421, from Wilmington’a v city limits to Spindle’s place, has been started by the firm of F. D. Cline, of Raleigh, under a $84,188 contract, R. A. Ashworth, resident * highway engineer announced yes terday. The contractor Thursday began ' placing binder course at the end of the project at Spindle’s place, he said. Traffic will be maintained, as work proceeds toward Wilming ton. Under, the contract, the Cline f concern likewise will pave one and coe-half miles of U. S.^17 highway,. f: from Smith’s creek bridge to the • first turn-off to Bluethenthal air field. Ashworth said work is scheduled • to start Monday on a seven-mile stretch of U. S- Highway 177 in s Brunswick county, from Bell Swamp to Grissettown. The Dick inson Construction company, of . Monroe, under a $103,356 contract, will do the work. Traffic will like wise be maintained there. URGES TRAINING NEW YORK, May, 25.—(#9—Ralph . A. Bard, under secretary of the ‘ Navy, today urged the adoption of compulsory postwar military train ing as a guarantee to other nations . that the United States will “never again retreat into isolationism.’’ B. F. GOODRICH TIRES j EASY TERMS ; Recapping — Inspections Batteries B. F. GOODRICH STORES 14 N. 3rd St. Dial 7560 WANTED Part load to or from Fayette ville, Greensboro, Burlington, Durham or Raleigh for moving van. Reduced Rate. NORTHROP TRANSFER GO. 52Q Queen St. Dial 2-1793 •':v ''' : • .*• •/•. FOR SALE 20,000 Gallon Riveted Steel Tank. 37 Ft. Long, 10 Ft. Diameter. $800.00. Dial 2-2598 WANTED Experienced Saleslady for Ready-to-Wear Store Apply in Person Only CHECKNER’S 24 S. Front St. We have 1,400 bushels of these much needed farm seeds. SOYBEANS XOKIOS OTOOTANS. VIRGINIAS, AND WILSON BLACKS. COWPEAS CLAYS AND MIXED VELVET BEANS 90 Day Runners and Osceolas. 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