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Star-News reserves the right to » nr accept any advertisement eub (or ouhlicatlon. ■V services are not rendered ae adver e the Star-News wants to know it 5, ..in see that any attempt to defraud * mptiv handled by the P O. Dept. Vasiified display copy must be In the ,f^f before S D. m. dally and 1 p. m. Saturday__ "[_Ann°'»lcemem,‘ ^Automotive. (_Chlropr»ctor. ft_Boats jO-Boo k se li ers—Sta tloners. 11- Builders. 12— Builders Supplies. ^Business Opportunity ^Business Service. 15-Business Sites. 28-Cleaners—Dyers. •2--Clothing •y Coal - Wood—Fuel OIL JO- Dairy Products. 32- Dancing. 33- Dogs—Cats—Pets. j3„Dnigs. Dry Cleaning—Pressing. 41-la tables. 42_ Eating Pisces. 45-ElectricaL 48- Feeds. 49- Financial. 50.. Flooi Finishers. 51- Florist 52- For Rent 53- For Rent At Resorts. 55—For Rent—Apartment* 68_For Rent—Rooms. 63-Room *nd Board. 65-For Rent—Houses. 70-For Sale. 73-Hardware. 75-Household Goods. 80-Houses For Sale. 83 Help Wanted—Male. 90- Help Wanted—Fern*]*, 91 insurance. 10(1 instruction. 10] Jewelers. 102- Laundry. 104— Loans 105— Lost and Found. 111- Miscellaneous. 112- Machinery. 118-Music. 120- Office Equipment 121- Office for Rent 123 -Paint- Papering. 128 Plumbing—Heating 227 Printing. 130 Professional. 135 Dersonai. 138 Poultry 133 Radio and Repairs. 153 Reai Estate. 152- Refrigeration Service. 153 -Seeds— Plants—Bulbs. 158--Situations Wanted. 157 -Shoes. 163- Transportation end Storage. 151-Typewriters. 170-Wanted. 1- Announcem ents WANTED TO PAY HIGHEST PRICES for used furniture, ice boxes, dining loom suites, wood and coal ranges and oil ranges. H. Berger & Son Furniture Co., 707 North 4th. Dial 5128. 2— Antomotlve auto service, general repair ing, motor tuning, and Brake Serv ice. All work guaranteed. Prices right. Manning Service Garage, 1309 So. 4th. DON'T ADVERTISE YOUR CAR SELL it to us We pay ceiling. Sutton Pon tiac Cc. 16 No. 2nd, Dial 2-8150. PASSENGER CAR TIRES RECAPPED and repaired. Akron Tire Company 1 North Third St. Chevrolet Oldsmobile Cadillac Sales and Service RANEY CHEVROLET CO. m Princess St Dial 8851 federal regulations require that advertisements of used cars for sale must contain the cat make, veai model, body tvpe offering price, and the statement that the Drlce Is within CPA ceiling. LONG MOTOR CO.. 114 NORTH 2ND St General repair work on all make? of cars Fenders and body PAY ALL THAT OPA CEIL ING WILL PERMIT FOR CLEAN CARS MafMILLAN BRICK CO 208 NO 2ND- DIAL 9574 I—Chiropractor headache, backache nervous ness Dr Mary J Layton SIS South _err> R’tUdlng. Phone 2-0123 Boats EV1NRCDE "motors can now be accepted for repairs in limited quan tines Most parts available for all models. Evtnrttde Sales and Service. . QH-ttance Cinderella Booterie ^-Builders Supplies TLINTKOTE" the ASPHALT SHIN glee of Fine Quality with the 10-year ^Guarantee, Dial Becker’s 7761. * inch DRAIN TILE -6 [NCH TERRA cotta pipe—or 13 inch wall coping. Jhal 5220. City Builders._ Notice sash doors blinds win oows door frames, screens Turned columns Cabinets Oldest, best equip Fed shop ip city Rnderirlt and Land Dial S22S f°n RENT _ FLOOR SANDERS AND “Wrs. Jacboi Hardware Co., Ill South Jront St. Dial 7022. *'r ARE AOAIN rN POSITION TO raver your house with Ford Lock aningies. The kind that stood the !nrrn last vear without loss to any* ?me Our guarantee is worth some ■’ag. Mclver Lumher Co. M C 211 No Sixth Phone 434? *0R vour building. repairing remodeling, large or small call Mr J*ay- 2-8655 25 years experience. j^'bismes-i Opportunities_ ,0R SALE: BUSINESS AND FIXTURES p leca! tavern, doing good business. o°d lease available on building, tcher., just completely remodeled. thiV'n? roorT! repainted. Must be sold c week. Will sell reasonable. Reason l°.r selling, illness. Box P-20 care of J^ar-New«. Wi'LL SILL 1-2 OR FULL INTEREST estab!ished dry cleaning business to ta£Ut?k'e person who is capable of . complete charge immediately •• order to release owner for other ‘terests. See Jack Lane, Carolina ^fcach, N. c. r°R SALE - FISH MARKET AND ocery store. Excellent location. Now . „ng ?ood profitable business. Will l merchandise- Equipment. Building r ‘ land Price reasonable. Call J. H. Qrre11 Realty Co. 2-3306. J^Business Service spencers _ appointments in J^^_TelL7918 or 2-3958 Mrs. Parker S,;f,VJYING—A A. ROBBINS. REGIS .'"T surveyor 28 Odd Fellows Build Phone 2-2334. Buy Another War Bond 25—Coal—Wood—Fuel Oil D^Y .. KILN blocks, irregular ! lengths Get them today, Llmted time. B, V. Rivenbark, Dial 6204. 35—Drugs ’ " Let Us Fill Youi Next PRESCRIPT ION Sec Us Foi Yout Drug Needs BROOKLYN PHARMACY 902 4th St Dlal 8876 NO ONE SELLS FOR LESS! 45—Electrical BOND ELECTRIC CO CONTRACTING and repair service. S12 Wright St. Dial 2-1260. MASON ELECTRIC CO Electric Contractors _J87 North 3rd St. Dial 6786 48—Feeds CERTIFIED AND VIGO - RENE Quality feeds for stock and poultry NONE BETTER BROOKLYN SUPPLY CO 826 N. 4th ST SPARTAN FEEDS QUALITY DOG MEAL R. F, HALL & SON HOLLYBROOK POULTRY FEEDS KAS co Dog Food Wood’s Seed Store. SI No. Front St. Dial 4620 TUXEDO FEEDS The Feeder's Silent Partner CROSS SEED CO ATTENTION POULTRY MEN: THE OAT meal base In Ful-O- Pep Chick Starter gives exceptional results tn building flock health and cutting down losses J J Allen & Son, Corner Dock & Water Sts Phone 5762 PURINA DOG CHOW CONTAINING MINERALS MILLS & ALLEN 517 N. Third Dial 5397 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. ftrnera) designs. Quick deliveries Blossom Shop, 31 So. Front, Dial 2-0381 52— For Bent FOR RENT: TWO OFFICES. 315 1-2 North Front Street Samuel Bear Sr. and Sons. 311 No. Front Street 60—For Rent—Rooms FURNISHED BEDROOM NEXT TO bath. Private home. Two gentlemen or couple. Dial 4320. 53— For Rent At Resorts K O Z Y KABINS. HOUSEKEEPING facilities, 6 miles out Market St. Re spectable, 5 miles from Wrtghtsville Beach $6 00 week and up. FOR RENT: CAROLINA BEACH FOUR room new modern Apartments, com pletely furnished. $50 peT week Noth ing Better to be found at the beach. Some apartments available tn June and afte July 14th. Make reservations now Withrow’s Lake View Apartments, corner Lake Park Blvd and Atlantic Ave., Carolina Beach. 63—Room arid Bo- d MEN ONLY. $10.50 PER WK. LUNCHES packed. Early breakfast. Apply 15 Princess St. 70—For Sale UNREDEEMED PLEDGES Lady’s Platinum Diamond Bulova wrist watch set with 42 perfectly matched diamonds. Price including tax_$695.00 17 Jewel Bulova wristwatch yellow gold with stretch band _$37.50 Starret Micrometer in wooden box_$6.95 Salt water fishing reel .-$16.95 Lufkin chrome 50 ft. steel tapeline. Like new_ $4.95 Complete Leedy Drum set. Tom Toms, cymbals, etc $125.00 Lady’s diamond solitaire en gagement ring. Weighs over % carat. Yellow gold mounting. Including tax_$160.00 Elgin pocketwatch. Guaranteed _-——$2i .50 24 piece set of nickel silver flatware _ $9.95 Men’s 14K yellow gold en graved wedding bands. Extra heavy _$12.95 Remington Triplehead Electric Shaver _$1L.£3 All leather cowhide Gladstone Bags __ $29.50 21 Jewel Bal Railroad watch. Will pass Railroad inspec tion _i-$37.50 Violin and bow in case. Stradivarious model-$36.50 Conn Alto Saxophone. Factory rebuilt_$125.00 Repainted golf balls -75c Electric Hot plate_$6.95 Electric Broiler. New —$12.95 21 Jewel Hamilton Pocket watch. Yellow jgold case $49.50 Buy War Bonds First Use Our Lay-Away Plan FINKELSTEINS LOAN OFFICE Front and Market Phone 5662 1939 HARLEY DAVIDSON 80. LEAV ing for Army 1-C Lake Forest. FOR SALE: FARM TRACTOR CASE mode) L. 40 H. P. on rubber. Below celling price. Marks Machinery Co, SHOP AT H. BERGER & SON FURNITURE CO. AND SAVE: BEST SELECTION Oe FURN1 TURE IN CITY! MODERN STORE FULL OF MODERN FURNITURE. NO PARKING PROBLEMS. 10% DISCOUNT TO APT, SERVICE MEN AND WOMEN 707 NORTH FOURTH DIAL 5128. RESTAURANT TABLES, LIBBEY glasses. Bolta trays, stainless silver. C. B Sternberger Equipment Co.. 1006 Princess.__ EXPERT WASHING MACHINE AND vacuum cleaner repairs. Parts to fit all kinds A. OTBriant 510 N 4th. Dial 2-3362. ___ SPENCER SUPPORTS AND BRASS lers designed. Mrs. Ramseur. 2819 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 appointment*, call Mr*. J. B. Robar son 2-8025 2-3718. 1 70—For Sale SEE OUR SELECTION OF SOFA BEDS and parlor suits. Priced from $69.50 up. G. Stein Furniture Co.. 605 N. Fourth street. 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 aides. In A-l condition mechanically and good rubber. At ceiling price. Devani Woodyard. Phone 553, Jacksonville. N C. SPENCER’S - APPOINTMENTS IN home. Tell. 7918 or 2-3958. Mis. Parker NEW SHIPMENT OF REBUILT NA tional cash registers, targe and small double electric hot plates: st_p on gar bage cans: preserving kettles: water coolers; electric dry drink boxes, sates all sizes; treasure boxes. L F. Sollee, 902 Princess St. NEW 1945 NATIONAL CASH REGIS ters at old 1942 prices. Write or phone 6490. The National Casn Register Co., 21? Princess St„ Wilmington. N. C. BABY SHOES: BLACK PATENT Brown and White Leather and Pastel Piques. The Nancy Wilma Shop, 115 No. 2nd St. 75—Household Goods JUST RECEIVED NEW SHIPMENT - Dixie Wood and Coal Ranges, Schwartz Furniture Co., 713 No. 4th Street. SOLD MAPLE 5-PIECE BREAKFAST suites. Only $62.50. Home Furniture Co. 23 Market St. BEDROOM SUITES. KITCHEN ANE utilities cabinets, oil cook stove and ranges Castle Street Furniture Co. Dial 6447 SCOOP OF THE WEEK! VANITY LAMP. $2.69. CAROLINA FUR NITURE CO., 617 NO. 4TH ST DIAL 4048. LINOLEUM RUGS GUARANTEED heavy and light weight Lands Fumi ture Co.. 621 North <th St. SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION OF table lamps, with silk shades. Home Furniture Co.. 23 Market St. NEW SHIPMENT CEDAR CHEST ANE 3 piece maple living room furniture. Terms. Railroad Salvage Co.. 605 Castle St. juai nrimV-C.JJ a laiu>p smr MENT OF UNINISHFED KITCH EN CHAIRS. CAROLINA FUR NITURE CO., 617 NORTH 4TH DIAL 4045. JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIP MENT OF GALVANIZED WASI BOARDS. CAROLINA FURN1 TURE CO., 617 NO. 4TH. DIAI 4048. SPECIAL! BABY BASSINETS - $6.95. CAROLINA FURNITURIl CO., 617 NO, 4TH, DIAL 4048. JUST RECEIVED A FEW RECONDI tioned innerspring mattresses Levine Furniture Co 6th & Castle. LOVE SEAT CEDAR CHEST. LEATH erette covered Cedar lined. Jones Furniture Co. BEDROOM SUITES. CHEST OF DRAW ers, oil stoves porch swings, ice boxes beds, and springs Batson Transfer A SMALL SHIPMENT OF DR TROIT JEWEL AND QUALITY GAS RANGES. CAROLINA FUR NITURE CO., 617 NORTH 4TB ST. DIAL 4048. FOR QUALITY AND FAIR DEALINGS come to see us. Sutton-Council Fur niture Co WE BUY AND SELL USED FURNI ture H. Evanson Furniture Exchange 718 Castle Dial 2-3809. 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 ” JUST RECEIVED LARGE SHIPMENT of studio couches. Spring construc tion. Peoples Furniture Co. COME IN AND LET Us HELP YOU FURNISH THAT ROOM, OR COMPLETE HOUSE. OUE STOCK IS OVERFLOWING WITH PRECIOUS MERCHAN DISE AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES. WE DISCOUNT THE ARMY PERSONNEL 20 PEP CENT. CAROLINA FURNITURE CO.. 617 NORTH 4TH ST. DIAL 4048. 80--Houses For bale 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 INVESTMENT PROPERTY SOUTHERN Extension, close tn. 4 apartments and large house Bargain Other good Buys Applewhite Real Estate. Phone 2381 office or 3376. Carolina Beach. N C_ 612-612 1-2 DOCK ST.. NOW BRINGING In return of $86.00 per month, can arrange good terms. See R. H. North rop, care of H F. Wilder. Phone 4932 n /-\ n » r T3 r vjxv 0r7.i-.1u WINTER PARK ROME 4 rooms and bath. Lot 66x245 feet. Home excellent con dition. Sunset Park Homes 11 North Jackson, 5 rooms stoves and refrigerator in cluded. 26 North Tyler St., 5 rooms and bath. FOSTER-HILL REALTY CO. “We Sell the Earth” Edw. B. Ward , L. E. Allen B. B. Bryan J. H. Irving Phone 23371 FOR sale! LOVELY FIVE ROOM home In very good neighborhood. Dial 2-2908, STORE BUILDING. 1001 So. 3th, St., including Stock and Fixtures, together with 8-room apartment adjoining, nice business. H. F. Wilder, Phone 4932. W M. HEWLETT. REALTOR: BUY seil—rent—trade. 214 Princess St. Dial 7138. FOR BETTER BEACH PROPERTY. SEF Tucker. Tucker Rea) Batata Co* Caro, lina Beach. NORTHERN END, WRIGHTSVILLE Beach Immediate Possession. 9-room house. Good condition. Furnished throughout J. H. Ligen, Orrell Realty Co. Dial 23306 tor appointment. 80—Houses For Sale GROCERY AND PRODUCE MARKET In Maffitt Village, now doing good volume of insines*. H. F. Wilder. Phone 4932, BUSINESS FOR SALE Service station, restaurant, garage, cottages to rent. Established and profitable. Can rent all property on long lease reasonable. See FOSTER-HILL REALTY CO. Call for L. E. Allen 85—Help Wanted—Male WANTED 50 Painters—10 Spray Painters 56 Hours Per Week Time and One-Half Over 40 Hours Apply THOMAS F. ROGERS CO. Camp Davis THREE EXPERIENCED LOG TRUCK driver’s, Bryant’s Lumber Co._ PERMANENT POSITION - MARRIED men 25 to 40 yrs. $200 to $250 pet month now. Good future. Post-war. Must have some sales experience. Be mech anically inclined. Furnish reference. Have car. Can obtain “C ’ ration. Give age, address, phone if any Write P. O. Box 1089, Greensboro, N. C. ATTENTION MEN! HAVE YOU THREE, HOURS SPARE time dally—9:00 A ’M. to 12:00 noon, or 1:00 to 4:00 P. M.Y Could you use an extra $5.00 per day foi the three hours work? Full time work also avail able. Age no handicap. Write to J. R. Watkins, Dept. S-3, Richmond, Va. WANTED - TWO STRONG MIDDLE age colored men, no drunks, to work at Ocean terrace Hotel Cafeteria. Yes, The work is hard work and long hours, but, I pay you $25.00 per week and room and board. Phone 8-8686 Mrs. Napier. SILVESTUS A. MILLER, I OWE YOU some money. So come to Ocean Ter race Hotel Cafeteria and I will pay you. WANTED TWO SERVICE STATION Co lored men. $95.00 per month, uniforms and laundry furnished. Guli Service Station, 3rd and Chestnut Sts. HIGH CLASS CHEF COOK—ONE WHO KNOWS HOW TO TAKE COMPLETE CHARGE O* KIT CHEN FOR SMALL HOTEL AND KNOWS HOW TO PRh. PARE ALL FOODS. WAN! ED AT ONCE. APPLY BOX 1586 WILMINGTON. ALSO ROOM CLERK WANTED. 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 he hired through the local U S Employment Service offices. WANTED — COLORED BARBER. Ex cellent Pay for good man. Apply Blake D. Applewhite, Applewhite Sup ply Co., 14 Market St., Wilmington, N. C. COLORED MEN FOR ORDERLY AND porter work. Apply to Housekeeper James Walket Memorial Hospital. WANTED: EXPERIENCED MALE OR female bookkeeper. Permanent with small growing firm. Apply in own handwriting. P. O. Box 1053. Standard Brands Inc. Makers of Chase & Sanborn Coffee and Fleischmann’s Yeast Has Opening for Salesman in Wilmington Territory Outside work with a real future. Apply between 3 and 6 P. M. Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday at Office — 319 Red Cross St. 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—Femah EXPERIENCED MAID. MUST BE SET tied. Apply in person. Pender Furni ture Co., 28 S-uth Front St. WANTED REFINED COLORED MAID TO work at Wrightsville Beach. Small family. Apply 602 Mark.- St. WANTED EXPERIENCED SALESLADY Salary $25.01' up. Experienced only need apply. Berger Dept. Store. 709 North 4th St. WANTED - RATHER OLD COLORED women who can live in seivantv quar ters at Ocean Terrace Hotel at Wrightsville Beach. Prefer women who have worked around eating places The work is hard and long hours But 1 pay $20.00 per week and give room and board. Phone 8-8686. Mrs. Napier. Needed On Government Work Experienced sewing machine operators. SOUTHLAND MFG. CO. Blocks Cantfaae Shirts 2nd and Greenfield WANTED AT ONCE - LXPEIvl ENCED BEAUTY OPERATOR ATTRACTIVE PROPOSITION PHONE 2-2255. WANTED: EXPERT BOOKKEEPER Must be experienced in General Led ger Bookkeeping. Good salary for highly qualified person and excellent chances for promotion. Apply or call 31-Camp Davis Exchange. Will guarantee” good Beautician $50 per week. Manager Shoppe in Wil mington, N.C. Dial 4-5359 Charlotte, or write 0. G. Thomas, 129^ So. Try on St. WANTED: A FIRST COOK. LARGE Hospital. Institutional experience help ful. Food handlers permit required. Good salary. Apply ‘‘Dietician,” James Walker Memorial Hospital. WANTED: COLORED WOMAN TOR flat work. Hand Ironers and shirt finishers. Apply Ideal Laundry. Front and Orange Street. MAID FOR GENERAL HOUSE WORK wanted for 6 to 8 weeks beginning July 2. Health certifcate required. 2718 Adams St.. Riverside Apartments EXPERIENCED SALESLADY ONLY, also office girl for dress shop. Attrac tive salary to the right pa-ty Craw ford's. 3^-Help Wanted—Female v' 'INTED: white women markers •nd sorters. Apply [deal Laundry Front and Orange Street 91—-Insurance MUTUAL FIRE AND AUTO INSUR ance. Real Estate, bought and sold «• L. Baldwin Agency. 317 Princess St. 100— Instruction MRS MOTTE'S SECRETARIAL SCHOOL 315 Church street. All commercial sub lets taught. 101— Jewelers Guaranteed Watch Repairing Guaranteed Service WILMINGTON JEWELRY SHOP 137 North From St.-Across trom P. O. 102— Laundry IT'S SUMMER. THAT MEANS A SHIRT a day We will keep them spotless lor 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. 104—Loans MONEY TO LoaN On Diamonds, watches, leweiry. 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 loans, auto, refinancing prompt service. Reasonable rates Fin ance Incorporated corner 2nd and Chestnut. Dial 2-8218. 105—Lost and Found LOST — NO. 4 RATION BOOKS, LUE-,' berta Hall, 906 So. 7th. Finder pleases return. LOST - NUMBER FOUR RAl33& Book. Sarah Virigina Merritt, 1J7, B Marlon Drive, Maffitt Village. 110—Livestock EXPERT HORSE SHOEING AT HIGH wood Park. Magnolia "tables, Jack Fowler. 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 Rlvenbark Dial 6204. 1S6—Poultry BLOODTESTED BABY CHICKS LEAD ing breeds, hatchea, twice weekly Thousands on hand daily Roudabush’t Seed Store. 139—Radio and Repairs RADIOS AND REFRIGERATION BLAKE BROS. SALES and SERVICE WESTINGHOUSE DEALER 530 Castle Dial *-3790 SUNSET RADIO REPAIR 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 _All Work Fully Guaranteed CAROLINA RADIO REPAIR SERVICE 411 Bladen St. Phone 4906 160—Real Estate 186-ACRE FARM. 79 CLEARED. EIGHT een acres tobacco. Large peanut, cot ton allotments. Three dwellings, five tobacco barns, large packhouse, other buildings. Columbus County’s best land. Write E. C. Elkins, Whitevllle, N .C. IF YOU HAVE PROPERTY FOR SALE give ua a trial List with L. L King Real Eatate, 233 Princess. Dial 2-3226 FOR HIGHEST PRICES AND QUICK sales—List with Geo A (riddle. Real Estate. 232 Princess. Dial 2-8534. MOORE-FONVIELLE REALTY CO. WE are equipped to serve you WE SELL THE EARTH FOSTER HILI Realty Co., 112 Princess St Dial 2-2371 LIST YOUR REAL ESTATE WITH W A McGlrt Realtor 215 Princess St. 152—Refrigeration Service REFRIGERATION REPAIR W U WOOD JR Wlntei Park Phone 9990 Work Guaranteed 155—Seeds—Plants Bulbs WE HAVE COMPOST FOR VICTORY gardens, flower* and shrubbery *3 00 a load delivered Dial 6083 INSECTICIDES- ROTENONE OUST. AR senate of Lead Paris Green Triogen Rose Spray. Black Leaf 40. Sprayers etc. Wood's Seed Store.__ /Mi a i ifrtf We Specialize In the Seed* You Need CROSS SEED CO. 19 Market 81DU) «8M VICTORY GARDENS! PLANT NOW Butter beans pole beans, snap beans crowder-cow peas, com. turnips, mus tard. etc. Collard. Tomato cabbage plants fresh dally Roudahush's Seed Store. Comer Front and Dock. 156—Situations Wanted PART TIME BOOKKEEPING JOB. EX perlenced handling invoices, payroll, and general bookkeeping. Write L-100. care of Star-News. 160—Transportation and Storage JONES STORAGE WAREHOUSE Shipping Packing Crating , and Moving. Ill No, Uth St.Phone 4928 170—Wanted. WANDTED IMMEDIATELY Several Small Farms Ranging in size from 10 to 100 acres. Also have client inter ested in buying poultry farm with all equipment, located within a radius of 50 miles from Wilmington. Advise us just what you have to offer. MOORE-FONVIELLE REALTY CO. “Realtors” 201 Princess Street or Dial 4438—4439 7APT. AND WIFE WANT 3 OR 4 room, with bath, furnished apartment. No children. No pets. Answer Box C 1 care Star-News. WANTED ALL PEOPLE SUFFERING kidney trouble or backache to try “Kldo" 97c. Money back guarantee at Saunder* Drug Stora or Brooklyn Pharmacy. 150—Real Estate WANTED Listings ol property for sale anywhere in this vicinity. We have the clients—expert service. MARSHALL REALTY CO. . Realtors 210 Princess St. Property, Management, Sales, Rentals tV ANTED—LARGE, CLEAN COTTON rags. Star-Newt Press Room, WANTED TO BUT 6-KOUM HOUSE IN city or suburbs. Also cottage at Wnghtsvllle Beach Answei P O Bos 1271, City, giving location and price IF You have a farm, large or small that you would like to sell, list with us. We specilize in farm property. GEO. A. BIDDLE Real Estate 232 Princess St. Dial 28534 WANTED TO RENT - SMALL FARM with 4 or 5 room house. Preferably in Brunswick county, not more than 10 miles from Wilmington. Answer “Farm", care Star-News. ,HALF-TON PICK-UP "TRUCK OR A 'eight car, for cash. Dial 6220. WAITED: FURNISHED APARTMEN1 FVi couple. Must have minimum of B®*droom, iiving room, private bath Trend kitcnen. Location preferably in city. Rent $40.00 up, depending on lo cation and facilities. Occupancy about July 8. Jones, phone 4218 or Box "J-3” care Star-News. WANTED: APARTMENT FOR COUPLF Call Lt. Goodwin. Dial 2-0311 Exten sion 50. ISO. —Legai. The undersigned having quaiifed as Executors under the Will of Beniamin M. Washburn, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against the Estate of Benjamin M. Washburn to present such claims to the undersigned at the banking house of The Wilming ton Savings and Trust Company, Wil mington, North Carolina, on or before the 16th day of June, 1946, or this no tice will be pleaded in bar of recovery. All persons indebted to said Estate will please make immediate settlement. This 15th day of June, 1945. Mrs. Louise W. Washburn, Executrix and The Wilmington Savings and Trust Company, Executor, under Will of Ben jamin M. Washburn, deceased. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY We have 900 bushels of these much needed farm seeds. COWPEAS VELVET BEANS ®0 Day Runners and Oseeolaa. Buy now while stock available R0UDABUSHS SEED STORE 31 South Front Dial 20381 I Personal Loans! * Wilmington Finance Co. * ak * -k US Murchison Bldg. J »*******•****♦**•*•»»♦*♦■*»* Give your chicks the best chance to make money for you. Put Germozom in their drinking water* Has helped save chicks from many costly bowel troubles for 45 years——helped them make money. Works first in drinking^aaHBHww water, then in crop — finally in intestine 4 or.. 40c; 12 or., 75c. At your Lee dealer ROUDABUSH S SEED STORE 31 South Front Dial 2-0381 FOR RENT Two front offices available July 1st in Tich Water Building. Heat, elevator and janitor service. APPLY WILLETTS REALTY CO. 124 Princess St. Dial 5233 American Cemeteries In Europe Reported In Excellent Condition WAUKEGAN, 111., June 24.—(JP) —American cemeteries in Europe of both the First and Second World Wars are in “excellent condition, Mance] Talcott, national chairmar of the American Legion’s Graves Registration, reported yesterday upon returning home from a tour abroad. He . said that in countries where townsmen and others carried on tor American superintendnets or dered home because of the war, they did a good job. “In France, some E'renchmer who fought in the American army in the First World War helped tenu some cemeteries and the Germans didn’t bother them. They cared foj the graves all through the second World War.” -V THREE-SOULED BODY One tribe of South Africian na tives believes the body has three souls; one in the head, another in the stomach, and the third in the big toe. -V BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS CLASSIFIED DISPLAY LEADERS AT ODDS ON POLICY PLANS WASHINGTON, June 24. —(A’>— The political honeymoon that kept the re-created Dies committee in peaceful obscurity for almost half a year ended today with a contro versy between its two ranking Democratic members. The blow-off came over issuance by Chairman Edward Hart (D-NJ) of a set of “declarations of p 1* cy” on behalf of the pern i committee on un-American activi ties. Among other things, it out lined a “working formula’’ which Hart said the committee had ai ipt ed as a guide “in the determina tion of what constitutes such un American activities as it ought to concern itself with.” The policy declaration issued by Hart said the committee “does not seek and will not willingly receive mere opinions at its hearings, nor will it give currency to mere opin ions. It does seek facts, acccna panied by specific proofs.” Publication of the declantion brought this statement from Rep. John E. Rankin (D-Miss), ranking majority member. oiaiemems going around In the press that the committee on un American activities has issued a definition of un-Americar. activi ties are without foundation.” The Mississippian, at whose urg ing the House created the com mittee last January to replace the temporary Dies committee, added that the committee intends to con cern itself with “any activity cal culated or directed to undermine confidence in this government for the purpose of overthrowing it, or changing its form, except by con stitutional means.” Hart’s statement, made public last Friday, carried a similar de claration. “The committee authorized no such statement,” Rankin told re porters. “It’s just a question of record,” was Hart’s comment. “As I re call, there was a motion and a vote on the un-Americanism definition and the items in the policy state ment were read off and approved and there was no objection.” The record wasn’t made public. Rankin added in his statement the opinion that "even if there should be a change in the chair manship it would not materially effect the work of the committee.” His reference was to reports that Hart is about to resign from the committee, ostensibly because of illness. Hart himself ha. clmed to comment on the reports but, if he should give up the chairman ship, Rankin would be in line to succeed him. However, a tradi.. u> against one man holding two com mittee chairmanships might pre vent the Mississippian from 'a ig over the committee leadership un less he gave up his chairmansmp of the House Veterans Committee. Hart recently was loser in a move, opposed by Rankin, to post pone an inquiry into broadcasts by the New York >PA office until pending OPA legislation is cleared by Congress. “That was just the beginning, ’* one Republican committee mem ber said. “It shows who really is running the committee, and you lan expect fireworks fro. here on.” TRUMAN ATTENDS CHURCH AT FORT OLYMPIA, Wash., June 24.— (U.R) President Truman today joined members of the armed forces at nearby Fort Lewis in a prayer for a speedy victory and a durable peace. The Chief Executive, who ends his Pacific Northwest vacation to morrow, attended general Protes tant services this morning at the Fort Lewis chapel. Afler the serv ices he boarded the Fish and Wild life cruiser Brant at Tacoma for a leisurely voyage on Puget Sound back to Olympia. Chaplain Daniel W. Stevens de livered the sermon, "God Can Help You,” after first praying for di vine guidance for "the President of our nation.” The scripture les son was St. Matthew VII-21-39— "A wise man built his home upon a rock.” m__i_i __ _ j ...ixi. __ ice men and their wives who join ed with the Chief Executive and his Dsrty in prayer. The President sang all the hymns sharing the hymnal with Maj. Gen. Joseph D. Patch, Fort Lewis com mandant. In the front pew with the President were his host, Gov. Mon Wallgren, and Sen. Warren D. Magnuson, D., Wash. Leaving the chapel, the Presi dent met an old battery mate of the last war, Ray Surface of Ed monds, Wash., formerly of Kansas City and Independence, Mo. A bank cashier now. Surface served under Mr. Truman in Bat tery D, 129th Field Artillery. Mr. Truman greeted him enthusias tically, slaoning him on the hack and asking, “how in the world did you get way out here?’’ They talked over old times for a few minutes. Today /as Mr. Truman’s last full day of his Northwest vacation, it was warm and bright, ideal for his Puget Sound cruise his second during his six days as a guest of Sov. Mon Wallgren of Washington. -V IN SERVICE _ It has been reported that nearly >4 million men and women have vorn uniforms thus far during -Vorld War II, Russia having the argest force with 24 million serv ng. The Nazi armies and its allies iccounted for only 23 million in miform.