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H. Berger and Son Furni ture Co.. 707 North 4th. Dial *128 2- Automotive m PLYMOUTH 4-DR. SEDAN, $250. 00 within ceiling. Dial 2-8898. 312 Daw son. for SALE — ’39 STUDEBAKER CLUB sedan. Ceiling price. 223 Lake Forest Parkway. '35 CHEVROLET MASTER DELUXE two-door. $225.00, one ’39 Chevrolet master 85. North Carolina Ave. One block behind Riverside Trailer camp. QUICK CASH FOR GOOD LATE model car. J. H. Ligon, Orrell Realty Co.. 212 Princess. k>33 INDAN 74 MOTORCYCLE, CEEL mg. Dial 6684. Between 8 and 2 Fri day or Saturday. wanted to buy — 100 automo biles in next 30 days. See us before you sell your car. Sutton-Pontiac Co., jG No. 2nd. ‘7 PLYMOUTH DELUXE SEDAN, 4 door. low ceiling $320.00. 504 N. 4th. Dial 22004. . passenger car tires recapped ”pa™cc1, Akron Tire Company J North Third St. Chevrolet, Oldsmobile, Cadillac Sales and Service HANEY CHEVROLET CO. -5 Princess St. Dial *«! REGULATIONS require 1 nl advertisements of usea cars for ,C3ntain the car make, year. Hi, i' t>odY D'Pe offering price and ,hat the price is within GFVPo a r RECAPPING ‘ k-TIRES' BATTERIES 4 JUMBO INDUSTRIAL TIRES jBr. , B- & N. TIRE CO. iL* CAMPBEI, ST. DIAL 7368 L°StGG“°T°R CC D 4 NORTH 2ND o „'n«a' repair work on all makes J.c,rs Anders and body. h'TEn __ ER/ USED CARS AT ■ CcfVV942, ll‘odels- Button-Pen £ --Co- 15 No. 2nd. Dial 2-8150, ^Chiropractor backACHE, NERVOUS <„BuiWwV- Layton' 512 South --LBmk™S! Phone 2-0128 1 r^ceutntE^32'!'?OT PARTY yACHT. Uncensed t”ld‘tlon- FulIy equipped, c Phone ram'3 Carry 38 passengers. feijSe" write “Party Yacht,” <5L ^fo0M?SON caNOE WITH ^ WiMh* t"®' Automatic rifle 16 shot, _^2ffrer- Phone 4290. 10 _ --. ^^^s^SuppIles 4er,ENLr, ELOOR SANDERS AND CO.. Ill South 7022. 'P“TE ~WALLBOARD ON Ir«ulaiion t S’ ,and Celotex 16 x 32 - ent consiJl* for ceilin8s, is excel- * truction. Ask Becker’s. Dial ficaut/0,™, H0ME THE DE VOE 'trior' p-,re? Tent' Interior and ex- ■ 'toclc.' Kai «i,a^sh> Enamel, Etc. in 1 Co. 6220, City Builder’s Supply i“4E~ds^p'~! d°ORS BLINDS WIN- < t0'umr,s rLframe'’ sateens, turned N stinr i bin^t Oldest best equlp 5228 n CIty Roderick and Land j ^Business Service i 4TRrJ,u4;md acetylene weld- : Nichols qlj -WBTk guaranteed. M. M. 1 '-- 819 South 2nd Dial 5952. t^-Wood-f Be, Oil c»v cr——■___i ::%h<r>, BLOCKS, irregular 6 v River),1 U ‘oda5’- Limted time. Kivenbark, Die) 5204. 53—For Rent At Resorts BEACH HOME FOR RENT AFTER Sunday for week or longer. Furnish ed, bath, gas and Frigldaire. Three bedrooms and maids room. Call Caro lina Beach 2011. CAROLINA BEACH, NEW APART ments, completely furnished. Tour large rooms, 100 per cent insulated for winter ard summer comfort. Gas stoves, gas heat, automatic hot water. Ideally located. The beat at the beach at $40 per month for winter months. A. T. Wilhrow, Carolina Beach, Phone 2301. 5-ROOM COTTAGE THROUGH STO? tember. Wrightsville Beach. Phone Wrightsvllle 8643-J. 52—For Rent FOR RENT OR LEASE - FURNISHED rooming house downtown. $150.00 per month. Answer C-10, care Star-News. FOR RENT — 113 MARKET ST., DOWN Town store, now occupied by James Book Store. Available Oct. 1st. H. F. Wilder, 207 Princess St. Dial 4932. 35—Drags Let Us Fill Your Next PRESCRIPTION See Us For Your Drug Needs BROOKLYN PHARMACY *02 North 4th St. Dial 6878 NO ONE SELLS FOR LESS! 45—Electrical BOND ELECTRIC CO. CONTRACTING and repair service. 318 Wright St. Dial 2-1250. 18—Feeds For Best Results Feed Your Stock and Poultry CERTIFIED FEEDS None Better Brooklyn Supply Co., 926 N. 4th St. Spartan Feeds Quality Goat Feed R. F. Hall fe Son HOLLYBROOK POULTRY FEEDS KAS co Dog Food Wood’s Seed Store. 31 No Front St. Dial 4620. ATTENTION POULTRYMEN THE OAT meal base in fu] O Pep Chick Starter gives exceptional results in building flock health and cutting down losses. J. J. Allen & Son, Corner Dock and Water Sts. Phone 5762. VITA LIFE FEEDS FOR EVERY NEED Manufactured fresh dally. Keith Mill ing Company. ~ TUXEDO FEEDS “ The Feeder’s Silent Paitnet CROSS SEED CO. Purina Fly and Livestock Spray Mills and Allen 517 N. Third—Dial 5367 51— Florist CUT FLOWERS, POT PLANTS COR sagcs funeral designs. Quick deliveries. Blossom Shop, 31 So. Front. Dial 2-0381. 52— For Rent FARM AND CHICKEN HOUSES FOR rent. Close in. 2912 Market St., or phone 4094. FOR RENT - TWO OFFICES. 31* 1-2 i North Front Street. Samuel Bear, Sr and Sons. 311 No. Front Street. 53— For Rent At Resorts ATLANTIC COTTAGE, WRIGHTSVILLE Beach, comfortable rooms . Special weekly rates. Dial 8. Call 8643-J. 55—For Rem—Apartments FOR RENT — FURNISHED APTS. AND bedrooms. Dial 7205. J-ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT Upstairs. 418 So. 5th St. AVAILABLE SEPT. 1st 3-ROOM FUR nished garage apartment. 309 Wrights ville Ave. FOR RENT—TWO-ROOMS AND BATH apt, furnished, heat, desirable location. Marshal Realty Co., Dial 21752. 2-ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT for rent. 519 S. Front St. 60—For Rent—Rooms FOR RENT — ONE-ROOM, HOT AND cold water. Call 5312 or 318 Red Cross. NICE FURNISHED BEDROOMS FOR couples or singles by the week or nite. 323 S. Front St. Dial 7841. 1 HOUSEKEEPING ROOM. 3 BED rooms. 113 1-2 Market. See Mrs. Hanchey, No. 2. GENTLEMEN PREFERRED. BEDROOM and semi-private bath. Phone 4260. 70—For Sale SPENCER SUPPORTS AND BRASS lers designed. Mrs. Ramseur. 2019 Crea sy Avenue. Dial 6214. IUST RECEIVED A NEW SHIPMENT 9x12 Congoleum rugs. $4.95. Carolina Furniture Co., 617 No. 4th, Dial 4046. VE HAVE A FEW GYM SHOES PICK ard's, 209 Market St. Dial 2-3224. VE BUY AND SELL USED FURN1 ture. H. Evanson Furniture Exchange. 718 Castle. Dial 2-3809. IPENCER INDIVIDUALLY DESIGNED supports for healthful, restful posture. For appointments, call Mrs. J. B Roberson 2-8025. 'ABLE TOP OIL RANGE, BEDROOM suites, kitchen cabinet, beds and springs, Ice boxes. Batson Transfer Co._ __ ’OR SALE: NEW 20 GAUGE BROWN ing automatic shot gun. 26 in. im proved barrell. 16 shot Remington 22 rifle, practically new. Can be seen after 6:30. 107 N. 9th St. Shells fox both, >NE 30 CUBIC FT. FRIGID AIRE; OWE « small elcctiic drink box; one pair computing scales; one large safe, suitable for jewelry store or keeping record. Re-built National Cash Reg isters; Frederick meat cases and cool ers. Jim Vaughan meat saws; Hobart meat grinders and slicers; meat ■ blocks and market cuttery; scales of all kinds repaired. L. F. Sollee, 902 Princess. TARKS YOUNG BEARING TREES grow more and finer fruit, quicker. H. C. Henderson, Dial 2-1027. 1220 Prin cess St.. Wilmington, N. C. UST ARRIVED—SHIPMENT 100-LB all-metai ice refrigerators. Only *49.50. Schwartz Furniture Co., 713 N. Fourth. iEW 10-FT. HILL REFRIGERATOR case with compressor. C. B. STERN- 7 berger Equipment Co., 1009 Princess. FECIAL! EXTENSION CORDS. .49. Carolina Furniture Co., S17 No. 4th. Dial 4048. i SAVE $$ AUGUST CLEARANCE SALE AT H. BERGER AND SON FURNITURE CO! 707 NO. 4TH; MATTRESS COVERS, ' $2.99. PORCH ROCKERS, 5.95. CHILDREN’S NURSERY CHAIRS, $3.95. IRONING BOARDS $2.50. FOLDING LAWN CHAIRS. $5.95. DIAL 5128. COME EARLY FOR BEST BUYS! .TTENTION FARMERS - TRACTOR tires are released from rationing. We can make immediate delivery of new tires and wheels for your tractor. Mark’s Machinery Co. .ARGE ESTATE COAL HEATROLA, practically new. 808 Old Wrightsville Road or Phone 5512. 1LASS BAR ACCESSORIES AND ALL types of cigarette sets. Nancy Wilma Shop, 112 North Second St. ,ADY’S AND MEN’S GOLF CLUBS. 1 C-8 Hooper Drive, Maffitt. OR SALE — 11-SHOT AUTOMATIC 22 rifle. 213 South 2nd, “Avery." IABY BED AND MATTRESS, *15.00 play pen, *10,00, car aeat *2.00. Anxious to sell at once. 10 B-l Upshur Drive, Maffitt Village. .EING TRANSFERRED, MUST SELL Duncan Phyfe Mahogany dining room furniture, gas stove, play pen, nursery chair. Dial 5405. 7#—For Sal* 3-ROOM HOUSE TRAILER, ELECTRIC refrigerator, at River Front Trailer park. LATE MODEL ZENITH CABINET RA dio, like new, general electric auto matic hot water heater. Phone 4122. PHILCO RADIO, GOOD CONDITION $40.00. Phone 727*. 20 Jackson Dr.' Lake Forest SEE OUR SELECTION OF BLANKETS. A small deposit will hold your choice. G. Stein Furniture Co., >805 No. 4th. I 32 H. P. JOHNSON MOTOR. APPLY Terminal, Wrightsville Beach. >5—Household Goods LINOLEUMS RUGS GUARANTEED heavy and light weight. Lands Furni ture Co., 824 North 4th St. TWO I BURNER ALL PORCELAIN Florence oil heaters. Non - rationed, $35.50. Rome Furniture Co., 23 Market St FOR UTILITY AND KITCHEN cabinets, odd wood beds, felt and cot ton 'mattresses See Castle Street Fur niture Co. Dial (447. JUST REC’D NEW SHIPMENT OF WIN dow shades. Levine Furniture Co., Bth and Castle. THREE PIECE LIVING ROOM, WITH full spring construction, velours and tapestries. Jones Furniture Co., 18 South Front St. :"o PER CENT DISCOUNT ON ALL studio couches and odd chairs. Easy terms. No parking problems. Railroad Salvage Co.. *03 Castle St. 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT ON ALL ODD sofas. Peoples Furniture Co., 257 N. Front. Disk (582. DAVENO, CHAIRS, HOLLYWOOD beds, box spring, innersprlng mat tress, radio. 145 Lake Forest Park way. Phone 2-0112. DOUBLE BED, REAL SPRINGS, cabinet radio, chifforobe, chest draw ers, desk, heok case, etc. All good. 406 North Fifth, Upstairs. SINGER SEWING MACHINE^ CEDAR chest, wardrobe, kitchen 'abinets, oil ranges, gas stoves. Batson Transfer Co. * x 12 rELT BASE RUGS ONLY $4.85. Home Furniture Co., 23 Market. 80.—Houses For Sale. FOR SALE 706 South 2nd Street 6 rooms and bath, good condi tion, possession within 30 days, newly decorated inside, alley at back. Reasonable terms. FOSTER-HILL REALTY CO. "We Sell the Earth” 112 Princess Phone 2-3371 Salesmen Edw. B. Ward L. E. Allen B. B. Bryan J. H. Irving, Sr. RICHARD A. SHEW REALTY CO. SALES A SPECIALTY >13 Princes* Dill 1-21*0 FOR SALE 134 Colonial Village Modem six room brick bunga low? In perfect condition in side and outside. Priced re duced. Winter Park Six room bungalow, Maple Street, on large lot 66 by 330 feet. Completely furnished. FOSTER-HILL REALTY CO. REALTORS tOR BETTER BEACH PROPERTY SEE Tucker. Tucker Rea] Batata Co., Caro lina Beach. 2010 KLEIN ROAD, MODERN, OIL heat 806 South 6th. Bargain. Dial 2 2808. iv: M. HEWLETT. REALTOR: BUY aell—rent—trade. 214 Prlnceaa St Dial 712S. FOR SALE 816 South 2nd St. 11 rooms, Vh baths. Lot 33x90. Must be sold at once. HUGHES and HIGGINS REALTORS Wallace Bldg. 3rd and Princess Dial 7091 BEAUTIFUL S room brick bungalow. Good location—$6500. CAPE FEAR REALTY CO. 103 N. 2nd St. Dial 2-8545 r 2-8546 VE HAVE A BUYER FOR MODERN small house? in one of the older sec tions. Call J. H. Ligon, Orrell Realty Co., 212 Princess St. FOR SALE 4 room house furnished. Hot water. $2500.00 Inquire at Variety Store, Kure’s Beach or Phone 2391, Caro lina Beach. 'OR SALE — 111 N. MONROE ST. SUN set Park Five-room house, doable garage, newly painted, hardwood floors Lot 75 by 150 ft. Disappearing stair way, attic floored , automatic hot water, chicken lot and house. Im mediate possession . $5,250 cash or terms. Phone Carolina Beach 2491. Tucker Real Estate. FOR SALE Abput 3 miles from town, ap proximately 3 acres, five room dwelling, 2 baths. Au tomatic water heater. Won derful place for chicken farm, fruit trees, etc. Big value for price asked. FOSTER-HILL REALTY CO. “We Sell the Earth” FARM FOR SALE 6 rooms and bath, own water system, 13 acres, 4 cleared, 4 acres in pasture with run ning water. Metal garage and out buildings. Land newly fenced with 14 .gauge 5 ft. wire. Early possession. At tractive price. WADE REALTY CO. J. E. L. Wade,“Realtor 305 Princess i 80—Houses For Sale fOR SALE - 306 BRUNSWICK. 7 1 rooms, hot water, clean inside, needs no repairs. Seen by appointment only. Phone 6747. BEAUTIFUL SOUND FRONT Good house. Large lot. Surfac ed road. Lights. Priced low for quick sale. CAPE FEAR REALTY CO. 203 N. 2nd St. Dial 2-8545 r 2-8546 3-ROOM HOUSE, 4 LEE AVE., SO. Washington St. Back of Batson’s Store to— Help Wanted—Mate CARPENTERS WANTED, LONG JOB, both inside and outside work. Time and half over forty hours. L. Walter Fry ant, P. O. Box 1106 or Rocky Mount Mill Village, Rocky Mount, N. C. MAN FOR OUTSIDE PROMOTIONAL work, good salary and commission. Must have car, sober, dependable, qualified for advancement. Apply Dor set’s, 221 No. Front. WANTED Colored Man to Change tires and Batteries. Apply Sears Roebuck and Co. s'. ■ ■■ WANTED - 3 WHITE SERVICE STA tion men. short hours and good pay. Apply in person. Gull Oil Service Station, 3rd and Chestnut. V/ANTED TWO FIRST - CLASS mechanics' who would like to learn the Packard service. Excellent oppor tunity for advancement. Good working conditi-ns. 5 1-2 days a week. Com municate with Chandler Motor Co., 300-308 Bellemeade St., Greensboro, N C. EXPERIENCED SALESMAN FOR RETAIL STORE, GOOD SAL ARY AND COMMISSION WITH RAPID ADVANCEMENT. PER MANENT POSITION. APPLY TAUBMANS, 16 SOUTH FRONT ST. WANTED — EXPERIENCED CLOTHING AND GENT’S FUR NISHING SALESMAN, GOOD SALARY TO THE RIGHT MAN. APPLY TO D’LUGIN’S, 10 S. FRONT ST. WANTED Two stock room boys. Must be able to work full time. Apply Sears, Roebuck and Co. WANTED — ONE EXPERIENCED COL ored man for Service Station work, good pay. Work only 48 hrs per week. Gulf Service Station, 3rd and Chest nut Sts. ROOFING, SIDING AND WEATHER STRIP MACHANICS BY OLD ESTABLISHED COM PANY. TOP PAY AND STEADY WORK TO GOOD SOBER MEN. WIRE, PHONE OR WRITE STATE LINE ROOFING AND INSL. CO., FAIR BLUFF, N. C. WANTED — ONE FERTILIZER FORE man, good opportunity. Address “Fer tilizer Foreman," P. O., Box 1451, City. ADVERTISING SPECIALTY AND CAL endar salesman for Wilmington and nearby territory. Prefer experienced man who can sell a quality line. Ex clusive territory and leads furnished. Liberal commission paid daily. End of year bonus. Telephone C. M. Mon tanye, Cape Fear Hotel for appoint ment either Friday or Saturday morn ing. NATIONALLY KNOWN LOAN AND Finance Corporation wants local Dis trict Manager to open new accounts. Must have car and be good closer. -Ex tensive field training given. $100 to $150 weekly guar, against earned income plus bonus. Write Comtroller, Box 700, Painesville, Ohio. ASSISTANT MGR. FOR TINY GRILL at Maffitt Village. Apply Open Air Curb Market, 4th and Chestnut. WANTED — YOUNG MAN, REGULAR job, clerk in downtown store. Write A-10 care Star-News. 90.—Help Wanted—* emaie WANTED—WHITE WOMEN MARKERS and sorters. Apply Ideal Laundry. Front and Orange Street. VIA ID—APPLY. 10-C-7 UPSHUR DRIVE, Maffitt Village. Elderly woman pre ferred. . SIXTH, SEVENTH, ANY HIGH SCHOOL combination, and public school music teacher for Waccamaw School, teacher age on grounds with steam heat, ad joining bath, room and board at cost. Write J. T. Denning, Ash, N. C. WANTED — THREE GIRLS FOR CURB service. Hot Shoppe, 806 South 17th. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY "HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY FOR POST WAR ADVANCEMENT" Male and female help want ed by large chain of Super Markets. Meat cutters, clerks, and porters. Full time permanent employ ment, 48 hr. week, time and half overtime. Paid annual vacations. For further in formation apply to J. H. Crump, Big Star Super Mar ket. 90— Help Wanted-—Female WANTED — REFrNED~LADY TO LIVE in home end care for an elderly lady Apply Box E-4, care Star-News. WANTED - SIX WHITE GIRLS TO work in sausage manufacturing. Apply 307 Nutt Street, Swift and Company. W ANTED — COOK FOR BOARDING house. Apply 1Q2 Orange St ONE EXPERIENCED LAUNDRY checker-in, top pay. Snow White Laun dry, 501 Wright St. FEMALE OR MALE SHORT ORDER Cook. Tiny Grill Maffitt Village. Apply Open Air Curb Market, 4th and Chest nut. TWO STATION OPERATORS WANT ed. Apply in person. Snow White Laundry. Fifth and Wright Sts. TWO SKILLED COLORED SHIRT OP erators. Also two good press girls Apply Snow White Laundry. 501 Wright St. .'.'ANTED - COLORFD WOMAN FOR flat work. Hand ironers and ahlrt finishers. Apply Ideal Laundry. Front and Orange Street. 2 GIRLS, SODA FOUNTAIN. EXPER ience preferred but not necessary. Mrs. Knott, Princess Sandwich Shoppe, 2nd and Princess. WANTED AT ONCE - THREE WAIT resses, salary $17.50 per week, Tues day’s off. Good tips Appiy Famous Grill, Carolina Beach road. WANTED H COLORED MAID TO help in house and care for 2 children, living quarters available if wanted. Good salary. Call Mr. B.. 2-3575. WANTED — EXPERIENCED SALES lady, only permanent resident. Apply in person. A. H. Yopp Piano Co., 209 Princess St. 91— Insurance MUTUAL FIRE AND AUTO INSUR ance. Real Estate bought and sold J. L. Baldwin Agency. S17 Princess St i (HI— instruction MRS. MOTTE’S SECRETERIAL SCHOOL 313 Church Street. All commercial sub jects taught. 191—Jewelers Guaranteed Watch Repairing Guaranteed Service WILMINGTON JEWELRY SHOP 127 North Front St. Across from P. O .U2— l.aundry IT’S SUMMER THAT MEANS A SHIRT a day We will keep them spotless for 12 1-2 cents each In tots of 10 ot more. Other prices equally reasonable Caison Bros, laundry. 13th and Daw son. Dial 2-3078. . 104— Loans MONEY TO LOAN On diamonds, watches, 1ew.elry silver ware, men’s clothing Typewriters, sho’guns. musical instrument and any thing nf value. FINKELSTEIN’S LOAN OFFICE "Wilmington's Oldest and Largest” Front and Market Streets LOANS AUTO P. EF1N ANC’NG prompt service. Reasonable rate. Fin ance incorporated, corner 2nd and Chestnut. Dial 2-8213. 105— Lost and Found LOST — NO. 4 RATION BOOK, JOHN J. Cunningham, Winnabow, N. C. Fin der please return. LOST — LADIES BLACK LEATHER bag at Lumina Wednesday night. Con tained car keys. Finder return to 244 D Williamson Drive or call North Carolina Shipbuilding Co. extension 27. HU—Livestock HORSES FOR RENT: DIAL 9711L MULES -- MULES - MULES When It’s Mules or Horses —See— C. S. Newton - Phone 2-8373 RIDING HORSES FOR HIRE AT BARN No. 1. Fair Grounds, Carolina Beach road. Hopper in charge. Son. 112—Machinery HARVEST YOUR SOY BEANS WITH A John Deere Combine. R. F. Hall & 118— Mn»!o__ PIANOS—SPINETS, STUDIOS GRANDS See them today A H. Yopp Plano Co 121—Office for Rent FOR RENT - LARGE FRONT OFFICE, 2nd floor. Front & Pnnreu Streets, formerly used as Tailor shop. R. T Wilder. Disl 4932. 125—Paint—Papering TOR Painting Paper Hanging Floor Sanding and Refinishing Dial 4606 HAL A. LANGLEY & BROS. 3503 Market St. ROOF PAINTING Any Type Paint Work Best Material REASONABLE PRICED Dial 2-0633 CONTRACT PAINTING, DOUGLAS Monroe, 202 Nun St. or Call 0573. 136—Poultry ‘ BLOOD-TESTED BABY CHICKS - Hatches twice weekly. Water founts, feeders, electric brooders. feeds1 Roudabush's Seed Store. 139—Radio and Repairs SUNSET RADIO REPAIR Carolina Beach Road Suniet Park All Work Fully Guaranteed. 139.—Radio and Repairs RADIOS AND REFRIGERATION BLAKE BROS. SALES and SERVICE WESTINGHOUSE DEALER 820 Castle Dial 9-2796 FOR SALE — NEW RECORD PLAYERS, amplifiers, records, R. M. E. reee vers. radio repair service. Gregory Radio Co., 232 Princess St. Badio and Refrigeration Service WILSON'S APPLIANCE SALES & SERVICE 7th and Orange Dial J-807f> 150—Real Estate MOORE FONVIELLE REALTY CO WE are equipped to serve you. WE SELL THE EARTH FOSTER HILL Realty Co., 112 Princess St. Dial 2-3371 FOR HIGHEST PRICES AND QUICK sales. List with Geo A. Biddle Real Estate, 232 Princess. Dial 2-8534. WANTED - LISTINGS ON 2 OR 3 NICE 5 or 6 room houses. Can L L. King a; 22225. uisT YOUR REAL ESTATE WITH US for top prices. W. A. McGlrt, Realtor 215 Princess Street. 152—Refrigeration Service REFRIGERATION REPAIR W. L. WOOD. JR. Winter Park Phone 8990 Work Guaranteed 155—Seed s—Plants—Bulbs A E HAVE COMPOSED FOR VICTORY gardens, flowers and shrubbery $3.00 a load delivered. Dial 0083 VICTORY GARDENS - PLANT NOW Turnips, Rutabagas, Mustard. Snap Beans, Broccoli, etc. Collard, Tomato, Cabbage Plants fresh daily. Hand sprayers and dusters. Fertilizers: In secticides. Roudabush’s Seed Store Corner Front and Dock. QUALITY SEED **** We Specialize in the Seeds You Need CROSS SEED JO. 19 Market St Oial 6S63 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY" rrhis Funny World Diamonds were first discovered in Pike county, Ark., on Aug. 1. 1906. 155— Seeds—Plants—Bulbs INSECTICIDES ROTENGNE DUST AR senate of Lead. Partis Green. Tilogen Rose Spray. Blac.. Leaf 40. Sprayers etc. Wood's Seed Store. 156— Situations Wanted WANTED—POSITION AS SECRETARY bookkeeper. Experienced in book keeping, typing, payroll and general office work. Write Box B-l, Care Star-1 News. 160—Transportation and Storage JONES TRANSFER AND STORAGE. Hauling, crating, shipping. Fireprooi warehouse. 4,000-ft. floor space. Dial 4928. Ill No. 11th St. 170—Wanted WANTED ALL PEOPLE SUFFERING kidney trouble or backache to try “Kido" 97c. Money back guarantee at Saunders Dm* Store 01 Brooklyn Pharmacy WANT TO BUY, USED DOUBLE TOP desk. Call Snow White Laundry, 2-2889. WANTED TO RENT - 4, 5 OR 6-ROOM house. Unfurnished. Dial 2-2940. WANTED TO RENT - 5 OK 6-ROOM house, furnished or unfurnished. Give details. P. O. Box 1297, City. WANTED - SERVICE WIFE OR WORK ing girl to share house. Apply 215 N. 11th St. | WANTED - TWO, THREE, OR FOUR bedroom aot. or house, nicely furnish ed. Dial 7266. WANTED Listings ol property tor sale anywhere in this vicinity. We have the clients—expert service. MARSHALL REALTY CO. Realtors 210 Princess St. Property. Management, Sales, Rentals LADY AND SMALL CHILD WANTS ride to Texas within two weeks. Pay well. 5A-4, Hooper Drive, Maffitt Village. WANTED 29TH — CLEAN APT. ELEC tric refrigerator, reasonable by couple with no children or pets. WANT TWO RIDERS TO SAN DIEGO, California. Share expenses. Write P O., Box 393, City. WOMAN, 2 CHILDREN WANT RIDE Phoenix, Arizona. Will pay gas and oil. P. O., Box '342, Wilmington. 3 TEACHERS WANT l - ROOM FUR nished apartment. Close-in. Thone 9928. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 28 SOLDIERS GET [ MEDAL OF HONOR WASHINGTON, Aug. 23— (U.R) — President Truman personally wel comed 28 American fighting men into the nation’s hall of heroes to day. In the crowded east room of the White House, the chief executive solemnly fastened the Medal ol Honor, the nation’s supreme award for valor, about the necks of 24 heroes from the war in Europe and four from the Pacific battle fronts. Mor^ than 300 mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters and sweethearts— many of them awed and noticeably nervous—sat quietly in the chande liered east room of the executive mansion as the World War 11 he roes stepped up to the President one by one, saluted and stood stiffly at attention. Maj. Gen. Edward F. Witsell, acting adjutant general of the U. S. Army, slowly read the citations re lating the heroic battle episodes for which each won the coveted award. After the last medal was award ed, the President stepped to a microphone in the East Room and made a short speech. “When leadership is required no matter what the emergency,” he asserted, “it comes to the top in the young men of America.” “These men, who loved peace, were able to adjust themselves to the needs of war and turned out to be leaders.” Two of the award winners did not stand with the others—they could not walk and were in wheelchairs. Most of the rest had had to wait until today for the most memorable day of their lives because of wounds suffered in battle. Many are crippled for life. All of today's heroes were mem bers of the Army. Their 28 awards bring to 196 the number of medals of honor awarded to Army person nel since World War 11 began. A part of the U. S. Army band played softly in the White House lobby as the heroes and their fam ilies were ushered into the cast room. Mrs. Truman greeted many of them personally as they entered. Then, at 10:05 EWT, the soft strains of “Hail to the Chief” heralded the entrance of the President and the simple ceremony began. Mr. Truman smiled at the crowd, then looked respectfully at the 28 khaki clad men to whom he was to award the medal which he, him self, has said would be a bc>>r possession than the presidency of the United States. JAPAN’S PUPPET EMPIRE ERASED LONDON, Aug. 23.—(U.PJ—The ab dication of Emperor Kang Teh and dissolution of his government wiped out the last vestiges of Ja pan’s puppet empire of Manchuria today. Red Army air-borne troops only yestei'day had won the last two objectives of the two-week Rus sian campaign in Manchuria, tha warm-water ports of Dairen and Port Arthur at the tip of tha Kwantung peninsula. Radio Khabarovsk said Russian ground forces racing down tha Liaotung peninsula should link up with air-borne units in Port Ar thur*. in a “matter of hours.” The mopping up of Japanese holdout units in Manchuria virtually has ended, the broadcast said. A broadcast from Changchun, capital of Manchuria, reported thn abdication of Kang Teh, the for mer “boy emperor” of China Hen ry P’U Yi, and the fall of hi« government. 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