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I * Gleaning—Pr easing. 9 41—Eatables. 9 42—Eating Pisces. ■ 4^—Electrical ■ 40 CoisHR 49— Financial. 50— Flooi Finisher*. 51— Florist 52— For Rent y 53— For Rent At Retorts jj__For Rent—Apartment gO—For Rent—Room*. 63-Room and Board. 6J.-for Rent—House*. 70-for Sale. 73-Hardware. 75—Household Goodfc go-Hcuses For Sale. 85—Help Wanted—Male. jO-Kelp Wanted—Female 51-Insurance. 100- Instruction, joi-Jewelers. 102-Laundry. 104—Leans. J53 lost and Found. ..V'scellaneou*. 1.2 Machinery. J!8- Music. b O'f.ce Equipment. 12: -Office for Rent. J25 Paint-Papering. 126- Plumbing—Heating. 12: -Pr.nting j-0- Professional. * b D. ronai 126—Poultry lSH-Rarlio and Repair*. 150-Rea; Estate. 152-Refrigeration Sendee. 155-Seeds-Plants—Bulb*. 155—Situations Wanted, r -Shoes. 1E0 -Transportation and Stonge. 15! -Typewriter*. HO- Wanted. 1-Announcements WANTED TO PAY HIGHEST PRICES for used furniture, ice boxes, dining room suites, wood and coal ranges and oil ranges. H. Berger & Son Furniture Co. 707 North 4th. Dial 5128. ^-Automotive FOR SALE-1937 PLYMOUTH CON vert’ble: below ceiling, $350. Must sell bv Wednesday. 134 Colonial Village. DON'T ADVERTISE YOUR CAR. SELL ' ’■» We pay ceiling. Sutton Pon Co. 16 No. 2nd, Dial 2-8150. PASSENGER CAR TIRES RECAPPED and repaired. Akron Tiro Company. ■ North Third St. Chevrolet. Oldsmobile. Cadillac Sales and Service RANEY CHEVROLET CO. ^ Princess ot. Dial 8651 FEDERAL REGULATIONS REQUIRE that advertisements of used car* for a*c must contain the car make, year •ncael, body type, offering price, and Lp statement that the price Is within JPA ceiling. Y'c, MOTOR CO.. 114 NORTH 2ND St Genera] repair work on all makes J-* cars Fenders and body. L DYY ALL THAT ,05*A CEIL jyc WILL PERMIT FOP ' EAN CARS MaoMILLAN ICK CO.. 208 NO. 2ND- DIAL JP74 ■" ~TT7~ ; fUFTTOAT T7"T' A A A ATT !c m°tor overhaul, front end and Mtsmistion. $200 cash, balance fi small monthly payments. , °\1 Pr'ce of car less than $400. Be m. filing price. Car can be seen at JzClts Market. Fifth apd Greenfield. MTiirnpr.rctor E^DA™E backache, NERVOUS ff.s Or Mary ,1 Layton, 512 Soutb ■JiT Building, Phone 2-0120. 1-Boats"" ~ * t'.^KFDE MOTORS CAN NOW BE iitil ,.for rePairs in limited quan m A Most parts available fot all p‘,“e‘s- E'-inrude Sales and Service. CLrance Cinderella Booterie. ^•j-Bniltlers Supplies. Kf£?.s'D CLIENT. HIGH EARLY T)!., ‘ln°nr white cement by Penn-Dixie. m*ents ^ Cl'*y BlJbders. Your require /A “doors BLINDS WIN Coi, * door frames, screens Turned Peri ^r^'-inets. Oldest, best equip Dj.| irj Roderick and Land 'VH-TE PAINT. 300 GALLONS fa a ard, Builders Paint, white $3.00 Street' '-sffitt Supply Co., 1 Princess *1, At 3E ’ nain in position to Shtr.pi youi house with Ford Lock The kind that stood the one ' o's* ypfir without loss to any th;.' UuJ. guarantee is worth some Mciv.. ‘VlcIvrr Lumber Co. M -C No. Sixth. Phone 4347 BUILDING, REPAIRING K,v *”**8 :arge oi small, cal) Mr 25 year* experience. M'TKote "quality shingles y0,, ‘or,8«r look beitei. and saves Dial Becker’s. 7761. ^Business Service ,»svAP;' Irking, no mud or lo* ' lr‘ and out service. Large te*j. v",?1' railroad from New Cafe Lot. “fJE.\*rrpc ---— h0nV J ~ APPOINTMENTS IN pr--—IL' 7918 0T 2-3958. Mrs. Parker t|A,,EYL%G—A. A. ROBBINS' REGIS i», Firveyor. 28 Odd Fellows Build 2-2334. jC^aL-Wood—Fuel, Oil »CWW.OOD OE ALL KINDS GET IT »«!• r wlnter to avoid rush. Don’t jN-A_Aal 6204. B. V Rivenbark. !^Dru£ ' Lei U» Fl’.i Your Next 1 ! » C it | p I 1 o N do ' *01 Your Drug Needa k? .BROOKLYN PHARMACY f. r 4th St. Dial 6676 U 0J** SELLS FOR LESS1 41—Eatable* BOND ELECTRIC CO CONTRACTING and repair service. 312 Wright St Dial 2-1250. 45—Electrical MASON ELECTRIC CO Electric Contractors 107 North 3rd St. Dial 6785 48—Feeds PURINA HOG FATENA "fcontaining Miners. MILLS & ALLEN 517 N. Third. Dial 5397 CERTIFIED AND VIGO • RENE Quality feeds for stock and poultry NONE BETTER BROOKLYN SUPPLY CO 926 N. 4th ST. SPARTAN FEEDS QUALITY HORSE FEED _R. F. HALL & SON HOLLYBROGK 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 ATTENTION POULTRYMEN . THE OAT meal base in Ful-O-Pep Chick Starter gives exceptional results in building flock health and cutting down losses J. J. Allen & Son, Corner Dock & Water Sts Phone 5762. VITA LIFE FEEDS FOR EVERY NEED Manufactured fresh daily. Keith Mill ing Company. Feed Com Milling Com Several Thousand Bushels Cross Seed Co. Wilmington, N. C. 51— Florist ~ ~ CUT FLOWERS. POT PLANTS. COR sages, funeral designs. Quick deliveries. Blossom Shop, 31 So Front. Dial 2-0381 52— For Rent FOR RENT: TWO OFFICES. 315 1-2 North Front Street. Samuel Bear Sr. and Sons, 311 No. Front Street. 53— For Rent At Resorts IK O Z Y KABINS. HOUSEKEEPING facilities, 6 miles out Market St. Re spectable, 5 miles from Wrightsville Beach. $6.00 week and up. FOR RENT: CAROLINA BEACH FOUR room new modern Apartments, com pletely furnished. $50 per week. Noth ing Better to be found at the beach. Some apartments available in June and afte July 14th. Make reservations now Withrow’s Lake View Apartments, corner Lake Park Blvd and Atlantic Ave., Carolina Beach. 55—For Rent—Apartments ONE ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT. Also furnished bedroom. 310 N. Fifth Street. 60—Fdr Rent—Rooms FURNISHED BEDROOMS FOR COtf les. Girls or men. 20 No. Fourth St. FOR RENT—DESIRABLE ROOM. SUIT^ able for couple or two men. 108 South Fourth. NICELY FURNISHED BEDROOM NEXT to bath in quiet private home. Brook wood Ave. Dial 4503. FOR RENT—ROOM TO YOUNG DE^ sirable couple. Wrightsville Beach. Dial 8, Call 8772-J after 5 p. m. FURNISHED ROOMS ALL IMPROVE ments. For Ladies and Gentlemen. By week and nights. Low Rates. Hotel Deluxe. 414 No. Front Street. FOR RENT — NICE LARGE COOL room. Suitable for 3 for 4 persons. 718 Market. LARGE. COOL BEDROOM. CONVENI entl? located; private home; rent rea sonable: couple preferred. Phone 2-3008. 63—Room and Bor d MEN ONLY. $10.50 PER WK. LU.WHES packed. Early breakfast. Apply 15 Princess St. 70—For Sale# FOR SALE—STUDIO COUCH IN GOOD condition. 2732 E. Adams St. Riverside Apts. " LARGE POTS FOR CANNING—5 & 6 gallon crocks. wrater cooler with spigot; dish pans; tea kettles; 8-cup pecula tors; combinets; 5-gallon oil cans; step-on garbage cans; metal wash boards. L. F. Sollee, 902 Princess. NEW STAND FANS. REBUILT NA tional cash registers, double electric hot plates electric water coolers, elec tric dry drink boxes. Small enamel storage, pans for household refrigera tors. L. F. Sollee. 092 Princess. WE HAVE RECEIVED TWO STEERING wheels and small allotment of 5-gallon gas cans with, spout. Evinrude Sales & Service. * (Entrance Cinderella Booterie.) _ COLEMAN LANTERNS IN STOCK IN limited quantities. Evinrude Sales and Service. (Entrance Cinderella Booterie) BIRDSEYE DIAPERS FOR SALE FRANKLIN VILLE STORE FRANKLINVILLE, N1. C. LARGE WHAT - NOT STANDS. OLD check writer and child’s outdoor bowl ing set. Nancy Wilma Shop, 112 N. Second St. FOR SALE:” FARM TRACTOR CASE model L. 40 H. P. on rubber. Below ceiling price. Marks Machinery Co. SHOP AT H. BERGER & SON FURNITURE CO. AND SAVE'. BEST SELECTION OF FURNI TURE IN CITY! MODERN. STORE FULL OF MODERN FURNITURE. NO PARKING PROBLEMS. 10% DISCOUNT TO ALL SERVICE MEN AND WOMEN. 707 NORTH FOURTB DIAL 5128. RESTAURANT TABLES, LIBBEY glasses. Bolta trays, stainless silver. C. B Sternberger Equipment Co.. 1009 Princess. CURTAINS. $3.50 PER PAIR OR 3 PAIR for $10. G Stein Furniture Store. 605 N Fourth St. _ EXPERT WASHING MACHINE AND vacuum cleaner repairs. Parts to fit all kinds A. O’Briant 510 N 4th. Dial 2-3562 __ LARGE SELECTION OF WOODEN toys. Newell’s. Wrightsvilie Beach,N.C. FOR SALE — FACTORY BUILT COV ered Wagon Trailer. Good Condition. Located 16th and Market Streets. FOR SALE - NORGE OIL HEATER with Drum. Studio couch, have seal, 4 chairs. 109 So. 6th. SPENCER SUPPORTS AND BRASS iers designed. Mrs Ramseur. 2019 Crea sy Avenue. Dial 6214. 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. _ Use Your Credit Today! Liberal trade-in allow ances on your furni ture ! Plenty of parking space! H. Berger and Son Furniture Co., 707 N. 4th St. Dial 5128. FOR SALE-G.M.C. TRACTOR. FRAUF hauf tractor, 26-ft. long with sides. In A-l condition mechanically and good rubber. At ceiling price Devane Woodyard. Phone 553, Jacksonville, N. C. Buy War Bonds & Stamps 75—Household Goods FLORENCE OIL RANGES, $49 50 uF Schwartz Furniture Co. 71a N .Fourth. SOLD MAPLE 5-PIECE BREAKFAST suites. Only $62.50. Home Furniture Co. 23 Market St. BEDROOM SUITES. KITCHEN AND utilities cabinets, oil cook stove and ranges Castle Street Furniture Co. Dial 6447 LINOLEUM RUGS GUARANTeSd heavy and light weight Lands Furni ture Co., 621 North 4th St. SeSE OUR LARGE SELECTION OF table lamps, with silk shades. Home Furniture Co., 23 Market St. NEW SHIPMENT CEDAR CHEST AND 3 piece maple living room furniture. Terms. Railroad Salvage Co., 603 Castle St. , JUST RECEIVED A FEW RECONDI tioned innerspring mattresses. Levine Furniture Co. 6th & Castle. JUST RECEIVED SHIPMENT OF FLOR ence gas ranges. Peoples Furniture Co LOVE SEAT CEDAR CHEST. LEATH erette covered. Cedar lined. Joner Furniture Co. BEDROOM SUITES CHEST OF DRAtF ers, oil stoves, porch swings, ice boxes beds, and springs. Batson Transfer. FOR QUALITY AND FAIR DEALINGS come to see us. Sutton-Council Fur niture Co WE BUT AND SELL USED FURNI ture. H. Evanson Furnitures Exchange 718 Castle Dial 2-380S. SPECIAL PRICES ON SEVERAL UTIL ity chests, rugs and numerous other articles that were slightly damaged dur ing our recent remodeling of our store. Wilmington Furniture Co. "The Old Reliable.” 80—Houses For bale 432 CAROLINA AVE.. SUNSET PARK Direct from owned; immediate posses sion, $42)50. Small down payment, bal ance like rent. Phone 4352. FOR SALE 510 Ann St. Eight rooms, 2 baths. Complete apt., each floor. $4,500.00 TERMS 51iy2 Nun St. Seven rooms and bath 407 Wrightsville Ave. Six room home. Furnace heat. FOSTER-HILL REALTY CO. Realtors and Home-Builders. WANTED: SMALL HOUSE ON Wrightsville Sound, Price must be reasonable. Write Box C-50, car* of Star-News. FOR SALE: LOVELY FIVE ROOM home in very good neighborhood. Dial 2-2908. 5 room brick home, tile bath. Nice lot— 135 Colonial Village Price has been reduced for quick sale. HUGHES and MORTON Willie Higgins, Associate Wallace Bldg. 3rd & Princess Dial 7691 FOR SALE—131 SOUTH HARRISON ST., Sunset Park. Can be occupied imme diately. Good terms. H. F. Wilder, Realtor. W. G. James. Salesman. 207 Princess. Dial 4932. FOR SALE Carolina Beach Road 5 room modern bungalow. Priced $4500.00. MARSHALL REALTY CO. 210 Princess St. 512-512 1-2 DOCK ST., NOW BRINGING in return of $95.00 per month, can arrange good terms. See R. H. North rop, care of H. F. Wilder. Phone 4932. CITY PROPERTY 1707 Carolina Ave. five rooms and bath. 511 No. 5th St. five rooms and bath. 511 S. 5th St. 8 rooms and 2 baths. 410 Castle St. eight rooms and bath. 709 S. 2nd St. eight rooms and bath. 216 S. 9th St. seven rooms and bath. 809 Ann St. nine rooms and two baths. 318 S. 2nd St. eleven rooms and two baths. 1416 S. 4th St. ten rooms and bath. 713 Grace St. six rooms and bath. 915 S. 4th St. nine rooms and bath. t Good four room house lot 50x 150, rugs, Venetian blinds, and draperies. Practically a new house. $2500. CAPE FEAR REALTY CO. W. R. Davis—R. H. Lewis 203 N. 2nd. Dial 2-8545 or 2-8546 J. O. Simpkins, Asso. FOR SALE JUNIOR FARM Near town, yet just far enough for air, small house, practi cally brand new, hardwood floors, hot water, a little less than 10 acres of land. Priced less than $7,000.00. Poultry house, stable, feed house, very best vegetable land. If you like country life with all the conveniences of the city, yet have your own vegetables, meat etc. See this one irpmediately. No in formation given over the phone. Seen by appointment only. WADE REALTY CO. J. E. L. Wade, Realtor 205 Princess St. INVESTMENT PROPERTY SOUTHERN Extension, close in, 4 apartments and large house. Bargain.. Other good ouys. Applewhite Real Estate. Phone 2381 office or 3376, Carolina Beach, N. C. 80—Houses For Sale _ OCEAN FRONT FURNISHED COTTAGE. Northern Extension, Carolina Beach. Box 116, Warsaw, N. C. W. M. HEWLETT, REALTOR: BUY sell—rent—trade. 214 Princess St. Dial 7138, FOR BETTER BEACH PROPERTY SEE Tucker Tucker Rea) Estate Co., Caro. Una Beach. __ SUNSET PARK 705 Central Boulevard, five rooms and bath. 123 South Van Buren St. five rooms and bath. 288 Northern Boulevard, seven _ rooms and bath. Monroe St. eight rooms and two baths. Large lot. Beautiful landscape. CAPE FEAR REALTY CO. W. R. Davis—R. H. Lewis J. O. Simpkins, Asso. 203 N. 2nd St. Dial 28545 or 28546 85—Help Wanted—Male __ WANTED — WELL DRILLER WITH modern equipment for drilling. Phone Harold at 6764. __ WANTED—ONE WOOL AND slLK PRESSER. APPLY SNOW WHITE LAUNDRY, 5TH AND WRIGHT._ EXPERIENCED LAUND Ri ROUTE SALESMAN WANTED ONLY SUCCESSFUL PRODUC ERS. SEE MR. HATLEY, SNOW WHITE LAUNDRY AND DR i CLEANERS, 501 WRIGHT. COLORED MEN FOR ORDERLi AND porter work. Apply to Housekeeper James Walkex Memorial Hospital. NOTICE TO EMPLOYERS. AND WORK~ ers: . All workers, male or female rrust be hired undei 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. HIGH CLASS CHEF COOK—0- E WHO KNOWS HOW TO TAKE COMPLETE CHARGE oF KI1CHEN FOR SMALL HOTEL AND KNOWS HOW TO PRE PARE ALL FOODS. WAN I ED AT ONCE. APFLY BOX 1556. WILMINGTON. ALSO ROOM CLERK WANTED. FIREMAN WANTED - EXPERIENCED to attend boiler with automatic stoker See Mr. Hatley, Snow White Laundry 501 Wright. MAN OR WOMAN NOW EMPLOYED with or without car can earn $25.00 to $50.00 extra per week. Pleasant con-, genial work. Will not interfere with present employment. White only. 203 No. 2nd St. Apply between 7 and 8 p.m. 90—Help Wanted—Female WANTED — PRACTICAL NURSE TO care for invalid lady. Dial 6575. YOUNG LADY TO WORK AT SODA fountain. Apply Open Air Curb Mar ket. Fourth and Chestnut. SERVANT WANTED ON CAROLINA Beach for a family of three. Private living quarters and good salary. Easy work. A soldier’s wife could fill the job. Apply Charles Block at Phone 23355. EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES WANT ed. Apply Cafe. No. Front St. Needed On Government Work Experienced sewing machine operators. SOUTHLAND MFG. CO. Blocks Cantfaae Shirts 2nd and Greenfield WANTED: WHITE WOMEN MARKERS and jorters. Apply Ideal Laundry Front and Orange Street. WANTED — COLORED WOMAN FOR kitchen help, and two white waitresses. Report Tuesday after 12. Angle Inn, Fifth and Greenfield. WANTED AT ONCE — LXFEkl ENCED BEAUTY OPERATOR ATTRACTIVE PROPOSITION PHONE 2-2255. WANTED — PRACTICAL NURSE FOR maternity patient. Call Harold at 6764. WANTED: TWO EXPERIENCED MARKERS. APPLY SNOV WHITE LAUNDRY, 5TH AND WRIGHT. WANTED: COLORED WOMAN FOR flat work. Hand lroners and shirt finishers. Apply Ideal Laundry. Front and Orange Street W AIN A CjU—tULUKIrU W UMtilN WAINJJ ironers, flat work operators and shirt finishers. Apply Mr. Watts, Snow White Laundry. 501 Wright St. EXPERIENCED COOK, 8 A. M. TO ~7 p. m. $12 week. 411 No. Fifth. Mrs. Willaford. MAID TO HELP CARE FOR SMALL child and do light laundry. 109 For est Hill Drive. Phone 2-3455. 91—Insurance MUTUAL FIRE "AND AUTO INSUR ance. Real Estate, bought and sold. J. L. Baldwin Agency. 317 Princess St. ■ 100— instruction MRS MOTTE’S SECRETARIAL SCHOOL 315 Church street. AH commercial sub tects taught 101— Jewelers Guaranteed Watch Repairing Guaranteed Service WILMINGTON JEWELRY SHOP 127 North Front St.—Across from P. O 102— Laundry IT’S SUMMER. THAT MEANS A SHIRT a day. We will keep them spotless for 12 1-2 cents each in lots of 10 or more. Other prices equally reasonable. Caison Bros. Laundry, 13th and Daw son. Dial 2-3678. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY" 104— Loans loans, auto, refinancing prompt service Reasonable rates. Fin ance Incorporated, comer 2nd and chestnut Dial 2-8213. Mi O N EX TO LOAN On Diamonds, watches, lewelry, silver ware, men's clothing. Typewriters shotguns, 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—NO. 4 RATION BOOK. FINDER Please return to Edna E. Andrews, Phone 6273. LOST—DARK BROWN WALLET IN Bailey theater, containing $19 in bills Coast Guard pass, Maritime officer’s identification, driver’s license. Fnder return papers; keep money. Joseph H- Prnce. A. & P. Co., N. Third St. LOST — IDENTIFICATION BRACELET. Vicinity of Burgaw. Return to E. E. _Langston. Rocky Point.* 112—Machinery JOHN DEERE PARTS-SALES SERVICE _ R F. HALL & SON 118—Music PIANOS—SPINETS, STUDIOS, GRANDS. See them today A H. Yopp Piano Co. 125— Paint—Papering PAINTING ALL KIND CALL US FOR estimates. All work guaranteed. B. V Rivenhark Dial 6204. 136—Poultry BLOUDTESTED 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 820 Castle Dial 2-2790 SUNSET RADIO REFAIR Carolina Beach Road Sunset Park All Work Fully Guaranteed. Radio and Refrigeration Service WILSON’S APPLIANCE SALES & SERVICE 7th and Orange Dial 2-8676 HOWARD RADIO CO. 1027 So. 3rd St Phone 4826 _Ali Work Fully Guaranteed CAROLINA RADIO REPAIR SERVICE. 411 Bladen St. Phone 4906 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 2-2371 LIST YOUR REAL ESTATE. WITH W. A McGirt Realtor 215 Princess St. 152—Refrigeration Service REFRIGERATION REPAIR W. L. WOOD JR. Winter Park Phone 9990 Work Guaranteed 155—Seeds—Plants Bulbs WE HAVE COMPOST FOR VICTORY gardens, flowers and shrubbery *3.00 a load delivered. Dial 8083. INSECTICIDES—ROTENONE DUST, AR aenate of Lead Paris Green. Trlogen Rose Spray. Black Leaf 40. Sprayers, etc. Wood's Seed Store. QUALITY SEED We Specialize in the Seeds You Need CROSS SEED CO. 1» Market 8t Dial 8888 VICTORY GARDENS! PLANT NOW Butter beans, pole beans, snap beans, crowder-cow peas, corn, turnips, mus tard, etc. Collard. Tomato, cabbage plants fresh daily Roudahush’s Seed Store. Corner Front and Dock 160—Transportation and Storage JONES STORAGE WAREHOUSE Shipping—Packing—Crating and Moving. Ill No. 11th St. Phone 4928 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY STOP and SHOP at CHECKNER’S 24 So. Front St. MENS FINE SPOR1' HATS $1.25 Up HAND BAGS and SUITCASES $1.98 up LOAN'S Auto and Aircraft Financing and Refinancing Insurance * M & J Finance Corp. 214 S. Front Si Pbone 2-2740 Buy War Bonds & Stamps WHAT!—NO MEAT 4 NEW YORK, June 19.—WP)— General of the Army Dwight D. Eisenhower and approxi mately 1,600 persons sat down to an $18 a plate and meat less dinner tonight .at the Waldorf-Astoria. But the city had chicken for its hero and earlier on this meatless Tuesday Mayor F. H. LaGuardia’s private luncheon for the general included liver wurst. Menu for tonight’s banquet: Green turtle soup. Lobster thermidor in shell —French moselle wine. Breast of chicken Astoria, garnished with fresh mush rooms and tomatoes; small roasted potatoes, smothered peas—California beaulieu cab ernet. Mixed green salad—Pate de foie gras. Ice cream and strawberries mclba; chocolate leaves and petit fours — French cham pagne; mums cordon rouge and lanson, vintage 1933. Coffee. The mayor’s less urbane, cafeteria style luncheon in cluded tomato surprise, lettuce and celery, liverwurst, cold turkey, Swiss cheese and bot tled beer. -—-—V TAKEN BY ALLIES WIESBADEN, Germany, June 19.—UP)—Franz Tiso, former Hun garian minister and ambassador extraordinary to Moscow, has fal len into Allied hands, it was an nounced at this 12th Army Group headquarters today. Tiso is being detained at worgl, 3o miles from Innsbruck. Tiso was representa tive of the Hungarian government in Moscow from 1939 to 1941. -V BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS TilH-Wanted. " WANTED—4 RIDERS TO CAMP DAVIS which can be picked lip on South Sixth and Market street. See Bras well. at 413 Soulh Sixth street. WANTED SEVERAL COPIES OE SUN day Star-News of June 4, 1944. Bring or call Star-News Circulation Depart ment. Dial 2-3311. 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 W ANTED—J^ARGE, CLEAN COTTON rags. Star-rJews Press Room. WANTED—TO BUY 6 ROOM HOUSE IN city or suburbs. Also cottage at Wrightsville Beach. Answer P O. Box 1271, City, giving location and price. WANTED ALL PEOPLE SUFFERING kidney trouble or backache to try “Kido” 97c. Money back guarantee at Saunders Drug Store or Brooklyn Pharmacy. WANTED IMMEDIATELY 6 or 7 room home, nice loca tion, for client with small down payment. Can pay $50. 00 per month including 6% interest. This is an emer gency. If you have some thing to offer contact JAMES E. L. WADE THANKS 205 Princess Dial 4406 SMALL FURNISHED APARTMENT DE sired by officer and wife. Wilmington vicinity or beaches. Call 7607. WANTED — SOFT DRINK COOLER. Call 6882. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY l __ \ UlitUUK Y RADIO CO. SALES & SERVICE Dial 2-1765 232 Princess St. ************************' t l I Personal Loans i * * ji* / )(( * Wilmington Finance Co. * % M3 Murchison Bldg. ajj ************************ RECONDITIONED PRE-WAR RICYCLES available at PICKARD’S 209 Market Street WANTED 4 experienced fertilizer fore men. If you can handle men and are interested in job wftb future. Phone Mr. Williams at 5271. SWEATIN’ IT OUT By Mauldin "Please try to find her a good home.” In The Service SERVING OVERSEAS Pvt. George B. Tatum, son the late Jim Tatum and Mrs. Abbie Tatum, of Bur gaw, is serving in Europe with a quartermaster unit which has been commended for its work in the battle for Germany. A TATUM graduate of Burgaw High school, he was trained in Vancouver, Wash, and Camp Sutton. Going over seas in September, 1942, he has been in England, France and Bel gium and is now in Germany. Pvt. Tatum holds the Good Con duct Medal. Prior to going into the army in February 1942, he was employed by the General Tire and Rubber company, of Akron, Ohio. GRADUATES 4| Leon McCoy Todd, Jr., 20, son of Leon M. Todd, Sr., ot 212 Windsor Drive, Glen Arden, was commissioned an Ensign in the Na val Reserve and designated a Na val aviator re cently at the Na TODD val Air Training bases. Pensacola, Fla. Having completed his interme diate training at the “Annapolis of the Air”, he will be ordered to duty either at an instructor’s school or at an operational base for further training. IN PEARL HARBOR Charles E. Domler, chief motor machinist's mate, son of Mrs. Carolyn B. Domler, 703 North Fifth street, is presently assigned to the Hawaiian Sea Frontier Com mand, which keeps the Central Pacific sea lanes clear of enemy fleet units. He has been serving with the command for the past 19 months. He attended New Han over High school, and prior to en tering the service in 1939, was employed by the Wilmington Star News. Previous to his assignment in the Hawaiian area, he was sta tioned aboard the USS Brooklyn IN GERMANY Charles F. Car ter, Sl/c, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Carter, Castle Hayne Rd. is now in Germany, ac cording to word received from him by his par ents. Seaman Carter went over seas in March, 1944, and was CARTER with a unit that took part in the Normandy invasion. HOME ON FURLOUGH Pvt.' James Ernest Russ, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Russ, Carolina Beach road, is home on furlough after being a convales cent at Fort Bragg hospital foi 30 days. Pvt. Russ was captured by the Germans on October 18, 1944 and was liberated April 13 and returned to the United States May 15. Pvt. Russ left high school to join the service with the National Guard in September, 1940, and was trained at Fort Jackson, S. C., Jacksonville, Fla., and Camp Atterbury, Ind., going overseas in January, 1944. He saw service in England, France, Holland, Bel gium and Germany. PROMOTED Lt. Col. Andrew H. Harriss, Jr., son of Dr. and Mrs. Andrew H. Harriss, Sr., of Wilmington, has been promoted to the rank of col onel, Coast Artillery Corps, Army of the United States, it was an nounced by Antilles Department headquarters in Puerto Rico. Holding an official position In. the purchasing department of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad com pany for many years, Colonel Har riss was called back into active service as a staff captain with the Coast Artillery of the North Carolina National Guard on 18 September 1940. He served at Fort Moultrie, S. C., and Fort Screven, Ga., prior to being sent to Trinidad, B.W.I., in May 1942. He arrived in Trinadad with a mobile artillery regiment, and in command of a battalion. He was later transferred to the more re sponsible job of harbor defense executive officer at one station; became executive officer and, later, post commander at another station in August, 1943. He con tinued as commanding officer of the post until its functions were consolidated with the post and general supply depot in February 1945, at which time he was ap pointed commanding officer, An tilles General depot, U. S. Army, which includes the function over the post, port and general depot. He entered the army as a vol unteer soldier in April, 1917, and served ove^sgas sixteen months as a sergeant observer, Battery B. 2nd Trench Mortar battalion, American Experitionary Forces in England and France. GUARAVTEED WATCH BEPAIRING | We Teach Watches To Tell The Troth. Quick Service. The Jewel Box’. 109 N. Front SENATE SUBGROUP OKEHS OWI FUNDS WASHINGTON, June 19.— (IP) — Most of the money which the House cut from the Office of War Information’s appropriations was restored today by a Senate sub committee. i The appropriations subcommit ; at a closed session, approved $39, 1750,000 for the agency for the year i beginning July 1. A £42,000,000 Budget Bureau recommendation had been scaled down to $35,000, 000 by the House Appropriations Committee, and the House slashed it further to $18,000,000. 1 Gen. George C. Marshall, Army chief of staff, had in effect asked reconsideration of the House cuts which eliminated all funds for OWI operations in Europe. Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower had written that other provisions would have to be made to carry on work OWI is doing in Europe. In another action on a $900,000, 000 supply bill for nearly two dozen war agencies, the Senate subcom mittee voted by a narrow margin to accede to House refusal to give any funds to the fair employment practices coanmitfcee. -V Wilmington Woman Sees Her Husband Land On Iwo Jima Mrs. Jeanette Hanson, 204 Wrightsville Ave., who was mar ried to Marine Corporal Nils Harry Hanson four days before he went overseas in December, 1942, has seen her husband only in the news reels since that time. Watching a newsreel at the Bailey Theater yesterday, she saw Corp. Hanson in a life-like closeup, taken in a landing barge on Iwo Jima. Once before in New York, she saw him in a newsreel. Corp. Hanson, now on QJdnawd, has been overseas with the First Marine Division' since December, 1942. Mrs. Hanson is row waiting to go to Atlanta to take her physi cal examination for entrance in the WAVES. -V EISENHOWER DAY TOPEKA, Kas., June 19.—(fP)— Gov. Andrew Schoeppel honored Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower of Abi lene by today proclaiming Friday, June 22, as Eisenhower Day in Kansas.