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12— Builders Supplies.
13— Business Opportunities.
14— Business Service.
15— Business Sites.
25-Coal- Wood—Fuel Oil.
38—Dr> Cleaning- Pressing.
42— Eating Places.
50— Floor Finishers.
52— For Ren*.
53— For Rerrt At Resorts.
60— For Rent—Rooms.
63—Room and Board.
73—Hat d ware.
80—House? For Sale.
105— Lost and Found.
120— Office Equipment.
121- Office For Rent.
125— Paint- Papering.
139-Radio and Repairs.
156— Situations Wanted.
160— Transportation and Storage.
WANTEDCOAL OR WOOD
HEATERS HEATROLAS AND
0 I L HEATERS HIGHEST
PRICES PAID! DIAL 5128 H.
BERGER & SON .FURNITURE
CO.. 707 NORTH 4TH ST.
DAILY SCHEDULE FLIGHTS TO FAY
etteville, Charlotte, Asheville, Raleigh.
Goldsboro, Greensboro, Winston
Salem, High Point, . Hendersonville.
Grstonia, Salisbury. Ship the modern
way via "AIR CARGO”. For informa
tion and reservations call SOUTH
EAST AIRLINES, County 6605.
PLACE" YOUR ORDER NOW FOR
WASHING MACHINES HOME
& FARM FREEZERS, SMALL
ER ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
AND EMERSON RADIOS! GET
THE MOST FOR YOUR MON
EY. SHOP AT H. BERGER &
SON FURNITURE CO., 707
NORTH 4TH ST. DIAL 5128.
E L. SMITH."WATCH AND CLOCK RE
pairing. formerly of 121 Grace St. Now
located at 407 Southern Bldg. Dial
for SALE: 1941 FORD TRANSMIS
;ion. 234 Calhoun Drive, Maffitt Vil
1940 PONTIAC COACH, WITHIN
ceiling. 101 So. Harrison St„ Sunset
Park after 3:30.
1934 LA SALLE COUPE WITHIN
ceiling. Wilmington Parking lot. 9
Chestnut St Phone 2-8297.
MODEL A FORD COACH, GOOD CON
dhion. 20 ft. factory built trailer.
Sleeps 4, Below ceiling. Can be seen
Enterprise Cottage, Carolina Beach.
1-2 TON FORD PICKUP TRUCK. 1938
model new motor. Tires very slight
ly used. J. ,T. Marshburn. 700 North
ern Extension, Carolina Beach. Dial
1941 DE SODO "COUPE OVER DRIVE,
heater and radio, $1,038.40; 1937 La
SaHe Sedan, a good car, $45000; Rich
Service Station, corner 4th and
LONG MOTOR* CO., 114 NORTH-" 2ND
St. General repair work on all makes
cars Fenders and body.
Wanted—good ;35~or r36 model
frrd. What have you? Write “Car”,
Wanted to buy 1 100 automo
blies in next 30 days. See us before
you sell vour car. Sutton-Pontiac Co.
passenger, car tires recapped
and repaired. Akron Tire Company.
_^rth Third St. _
Chevrolet, O’dsmobile, Cadillac
Sales t?A Service
RAINEY CHEVROLET CO.
Princess St. Dial 9621
lldeeal reg Nations" require
,*L 3dvertisen:ents of used cars for
sa'e roust contain the car make, year
jnodel, body type, offering ppfee and
roe statement that the price is within
_ QpA ceiling.
headache, backache nervous
ness. Dr Mary J. Layton. 512 South
Building. Phone 2-0128, _
fOR RENT - FLOOR SANDERS AND
eclgers. Jacobi Hardware Co. 131 South
^rront St. Dial 7022.
notice sash doors blinds win
G0’A:?- door frames, screens, turned
columns Cabinet Oldest best equip
ped shop in city. Roderick and Land.
Meed cement, see us-for white,
high early, Portland, and Brick
p™™!- Dial 6220, City Builder’s Sup
CELOTEX white ROCK WALL
oard on the side walls, and celo
S'\ J6x32. Insulation tile for ceilings,
roxcel.ent construction. Ask Becker’s.
DUDLEY’S WOODY ARD-"
„ , WOOD
ack Coal When Available.
w ?,1AL 2'2714
_We A'so Do Hauling.
nS WOOD NEEDS *77
k-nds Dry ready for uac B V Riven
ba. rk. Dial 6204. v Riven
Bo|^rrts?h-S: " -
BlaVcek 8 montha old.
j Red ofem/le’ 8 months old.
1 Red Pennd, Matron, 4 years old.
i cnVj end White female puppy
1 Crude B1SCe £emale puppy. P
Golden Red male puppy
raw*, ,.B0B HARRILL
CANAL PR.ve, CAROLINA BEACH
“dL?™3 CONDITION YOUR
?n| fuL-o PEpUnning pason by £eed
nrnd,,„. P'PEP Dog Food’ a quality
product, Contains all necessary miner
AllenP* snS Carbohydrates, J. J.
ARen & Son Phone 5762
Let Us Fill ~Your~Next
Se® „Us For Your Drug Need*
909 b“°klyn PHARMACY
902 North 4th St. Dial fiR7*
_NO ONE SELLS FOR LESS.'
BOND ELECTRIC CO., CONTRACTING
Difl 2-1250 SerVlce‘ 312 wright St.
FUTUNA RABBITT ~ CHECKERS AND
Punna Chow for milk goats. Mill* &
Allen. 517 N. 3rd. Dial 5397.
For Best Results
Feed Your Stock and Poultry
Brooklyn Supply Co., 926 N. 4th St.
j YI«£A LIFE FEEDS FOR EVERY NEED
Manufactured fresh daily. Keith Mill
The Feeder’s Silent Partner
j_CROSS SEED CO.
Spartan Feeds " ”
Quality Dairy Ration*
_ B. F. Hall & Son
Paminkey Scratch Feed with corn Dr
Salsburys Poultry Medicine*. Wood*
50— Floor Finishers.
FLOOR SANDING AND REFINISHING.
M- L. Brothers & Son. Dial 4758.
51— Florist ~ ~
CUT FLOWERS, POT PLANTS COR
sages funeral designs. Quick deliveries.
Blossom Shop. 31 So. Front. Dial 2-0381.
r utUNiaiiJSLI TWO ROOM, LIGHT
housekeeping apartment for couple.
418 So. 5th. Upstairs.
4 ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT,
able immediately until June 15,
close in on Carolina Beach. Avail
1946. Call 2-1248 or write P. O. Box
605A, Carolina Beach.
LARGE FURNISHED BEDROOM. PRI
vate entrance, adjoining bath. $6.00 per
week. 513 Chestnut. Dial 4333.
ONE FURNISHED LIGHT HOUSE
keeping room. 515 So. 2nd St 5291.
BUSINESS GIRL* TO SHARE DOUBLE
bedroom with another girl. Twin
beds, steam heat. Also single bed
room for business girl. Dial 5122.
ROOM FOR GENTLEMEN~OR COUPLE^;
steam heat. Phone 5001, Oleander.
ROOM FOR GENTLEMEN OR COUPLE^
steam heat. Phone 5001. Oleander.
FOR RENT — NICE LARGE FRONT
bedroom, close downstown. Dial 7205.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT AT
108 So. Fourth street. Call Hughes &
Higgins, Realtors, Third and Princess.
Wallace Bldg. Dial 7691.
DESIRABLE FRONT ROOM, SEMI
private bath; furnace heat. 15 No. 15th i
St. Phone 7077
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. MRS WILLI
ford, 5. 1-2 Princess. 317 Grace.
FURNISHED ROOMS ALL IMPROVE
ments oy week or nights. Low Rates
Hotel Deluxe, 414 North Front St.
NICE BEDROOM* IN PRIVATE HOME.
Air condition heat, hot and cold
Water. Ideal location. Gentleman.
Diel 2-1417. _
HARRIS TWEED COAT, LIKE NEW.
Size 14. $15. Man’s navy blue suit.
Size 40. Also other clothing. Dial 6264.
LARGE, GOOD COAL HEATER. 411
North 5th St. _
WINCHESTER 12 GAUGE AU
TOMATIC SHOT GUN. 26 -
CYLINDER BORE. PERFECT
CONDITION.. ONE BOX NO. 8
SHELLS. $100,00. PHONE 4397.
FOR SALE: NEW AUTOMOBILE LUG
gage trailer, second house from Ra
WANTED : LARGE STEAMER LUU1
er in good condition, will pay reas
onable price. Dial 6056, ask for Mrs.
MEDIUM SIZE COAL HEATROLA.
Used half of one season. Apply 601
South 4th St.
GE 6 FT. STANDARD ELECTRIC
culator, excellent condition.’ 121 S.
refrigerator and medium coal cir
Van Buren, Sunset Park.
FOR SALE? LIVING ROOM SUITE,
studio cough, baby furniture. 2656
Adams St., Riverside Apts.
To per CENT DISCOUNT ON ALL
studio couches and odd chairs. Easy
terms. No parking problems. Railroad
Salvage Co. 603 Castle St.
FOlTsALE CHEAP - FIVE GAITED
saddle hcrse. Bridle and English saddle.
Phone 5647. _
WE~HAVE~ A NEW "SHIPMENT OF Dix
ie coal circulator’s. Schwartz Furni
ture Co.. 713 No. 4th.
STUDIO COUCHES," TWIN BEDS, BED
room suites, breakfast suites kitchen
cabinets, heaters. Batson Transfer,
Furniture and Storage Co., 117-119
South Front St. _
FOR UTILITY AND~ KITCHEN
cabinets, odd wood bads, felt and cot
ton mattresses, see Castle Street Fur
niture Co. Dial 6447._
400 FRYERS^-WEIGHT 2 TO 3 1-2 LBS.
V. A. Creech, P. O. Box 811._
ONE 4-FT. 'MEAT CASE, NEW ELEC
tric and gas coffee urns, one Barber
chair for child. Show cases, safes, all
sizes. Rebuilt cash registers, Oyster
knives and cocktail forks. 12-in Gen
eral electric clocks. L. F. Sollee, 902
FRIEDERICK MEAT CASES AND COOL
ers, meat grinders, slicers, meat blocks,
saws, cutlery, Jim Vaughn meat and
bone saws, everything for meat
market. L. F. Sollee, 902 Princess. _
2Tft7 ALMA-TRAILER, 309 NORTHERN
Extension, Carolina Beach, after ^4._
NEW SHIPMENT ANTIQUE CHINA,
Glassware, Brass, and Lamps Nancy
Wilma Shop, 121 Princess St
STROLLERS! JUST RECEIVED AN
oVher shipment of stroller Walker’s
at $9.95. Carolina Furniture Co., 617 No.
4th. Dial 4048.__ ■_
TOYLAND—WE HAVE A BEAUTIFUL
line of Christmas Toys now on dis
play. Come in and make your selec
tion early while our stocks is com
plete. Carolina Furniture Co.
WE- HAVE A NICE SELECTION OF
coal circulator’s; also odd size pipe
and adjustable dampers. G. Stein
Furniture Co.. 605 No. 4th.
5% Wool, double _$2.95
Single Jacquard _$2.95
Single Jacquard _$3.95
Double heavy Jacquard _$7.95
100% Wool, satin edge_$8.95
75% Wool, satin edge _$7.95
80% Wool, Navy only _$5.95
25% Wool . $4.95
100% Wool . $6.95
CAROLINA FURNITURE CO.
617 North 4th Dial 4048
WE HAVE A FEW GYM SHOES. PICK
ard's. 209 Market St. Dial 2-3224.
JUST ARRIVED SHIPMENT OF BABY
stroller’s and carriages, $12 98 and
up. Home Furniture Co.. 23 Market
SPENCER INDIVIDUALS DESIGNED
supports for healthful, restful posture.
For appointments, call Mrs. J. B.
WE HAVE A NEW" SHIPMENT OF
ironing cords, 69 cents and extension
cords, 49 cents. Carolina Furniture Co.,
817 North 4th. Dial 4048.
FOR SALE — ONE CONTINENTAL
boat motor, 125 H. P., one gas driven
portable electric welding machine. All
in good condition. Phone 22254 of 21031.
SPENCER SUPPORTS AND BRAS
sieres designed .Mrs. Ramseur. 2019
Crescent Avenue. Dial 6214.
num Saucepans, trays, glasses. Silver
ware. C. B. Sternberger Equip. Co.,
FOR SALE - NEW RECORD PLAYERS,
amplifiers, records, R. M. E. receivers,
radio repair service. Gregory Radio
Co., 232 Princess St.
FOR GENUINE ESTATE HEATHOLA
Darts See Peoples Furniture Co
SPECIAL - 4-FT. PORCH GATES. $1.39.
Also new shipment of all-steel strollers.
Levine Furniture Co., Sixth and Cas
tle. Phone 5347.
SAFES FOR SALE - SMALL
•TREASURGARD'’ FOR OF
FICE OR HOME. ONE HOUR
FIRE PROTECTION COMBINA
TION LOCK. $31.90, TAX PAID.
IN STOCK NOW. SAMUEL BEAR
& SONS. 311 N. FRONT ST.
HUNTING CAPS, GLOVES. AND SOX.
Sneeden’s, 114 Market St.
FOR S ALE:_NICE HOUSEHOLD FUR
niture including washing machine
and electric refrigerator Ask at Pure
Oil Station, Harbor Island
MAHOGANY BEDROOM SUITES WITH
twin beds. See Window Display. Jones
SPECIAL" CLOSE OUT SALE ON OUR
second floor $99.50 sofas, now $49.50;
$49.50 chairs now $29.50; $129.50. 3 pc.
living room suites, now $69.50. Many
other items on sale. Sutton Council
NEW SHIPMENT—CAVALIER CEDAR
chest in Maple and Mahogany, $37.00
and up. Home Furniture Co., 23 Mar
HEATERS—COAL AND OIL CIRCULA
tors. Place your order for early deli
very. Jones Furniture Co.
SELECT OTHER CHRISTMAS GIFTS
while selecting for the boy overseas.
Beautiful assortment of lamps. Wil
mington Furniture and Storage Corp.
“The Old Reliable."
WE"BUY AND SELlTUSED FURNITURE.
H. Evanson Furniture Exchange. 718
Castle. Dial 2-3809.
80—Houses For Sale
W. M. HEWETT, REALTOR
214 Princess St. Dial 7138
IF YOU WANT YOUR PROPERTY
sold, list with Hughes and Higgins,
Wallace Bldg., 3rd and Princess. Dial
sold that property?" "Tucker Real
Estate Co.” Phone Carolina Beach,
2491. Glenn M. Tucker, Realtor.
WANTED - LISTING ON 5 OR 6-ROOM
house in good location. Call or see L.
L. King, Realtor, 238 Princess St. Dial
108 NO 23RD ST\ 6-ROOM
BUNGALOW, WITH HARDWOOD
FLOORS THROUGHOUT, ON
LOT 50 x 190; VENETIAN
BLINDS, HOT WATER HEATER
AND OIL CIRCULATOR IN
CLUDED. IN PRICE. H. F.
WILDER, PHONE 4932.
SUNSET PARK HOMES
107 S. Harrison St., 6 rooms.
117 S. Van Buren St., 5 rooms.
8 N. Monroe St., Garage Apt.
SEE US FOR DETAILS
FOSTER-HILL REALTY CO.
“We Sell the Earth”
Located on Gordon Road. 40
acres, 30 cleared. Six room
316 Wright St.
5 Rooms and bath.
817 S. 2nd St.
Frame building, suitable for
business purposes, church,
or remodelling for home.
FOSTER-HILL REALTY CO.
<‘We Sell the Earth”
2005 Woolcott Ave.
5 Rooms and Bath v
115 S. 17th St.
6 Rooms and Bath
406 Church St.
6 Rooms and Bath
FOSTER-HILL REALTY CO.
Realtors and Builders
MAN WANTED GOOD NEARBY RAW
leigh route now open If willing to
conduct Home Serv'ce business while
earning good living Waite immedi
ately Rawleigh’6, Dept NCJ-252-45,
WANTED—SHOVEL OPERATOR PER
manent job to right party. Apply in
person only. American Agricultural
Chemical Co. __
AGENT FOR WILMINGTON TERMINAL.
Prefer man with transportation ex
perience. Write giving past experience
and reference. Overnite Transporta
tion Co.. 712 Hull St„ Richmond, Va.
WANTED - (1) ONE GOOD SOBER
colored man to work in Dry Cleaning
room, good pay. At New York Clean
ers. 105 Grace St. _
MEAT CUTTER AND COUNTER MAN.
Open Air Curb Market, 4th and Chest
FIRST CLASS WEATHER STRIPPER.
Write Box S-10, care Star-News.
DISH~WASHER FROM 3 TO Tl. WHITE
Front Grill. 115 No, Third.
WANTED: COLORED GIRLS FOR
shin finishing wearing apparel and
flat work Apply at once. Snow White
Laundry. Stb and Wright
WANTED - FOUR FIRST CLASS SHIRT
finishers Apply Snow White Laundry
5th and Wright Streets.
3 WAITRESSES, $17.50 per week, good
tips. excellent working conditions.
Apply Famous Grill, Carolina Beach
ON SEWING MACHINES
EXPERIENCED AND THOSE
WILLING TO LEARN
2ND & GREENFIELD STS.
90.—Help Wanted Female.
PART-TIME MAID. 131 LAKE FOREST
WANTED: A COOK AND A CLEAN
er Apply in person between 9 and 11
1419 Rankin St.
WANTED YOUNG WOMAN INTER
ested in learning - portrait photogra
phy. Apply Vanderbilt Studio, 253 N.
WANTED MAID FOR GENERAL
housework, good pay, health certifi
cate required. Dial 5009.
MANUAL FIRE AND AUTO INSUK
ance. Rerl estate bought and sold.
J. L. Baldwin Agency, 317 Princess St.
PROFIT BY HOME STUDY. ACCOUNT
ancy, Civil and Electric Engineering,
Air Conditioning Refrigeration. Free
Catalog. L C. S., Scranton, Pa.
MRS. MOTTE’S SECRETERIAL SCHOOL
313 Church Street. All commercial sub
Guaranteed Watch Repairing
WILMINGTON JEWELRY SHOP
127 North Front St Across from P. O.
LOANS AND REFINANCING
Prompt service, reasonable rate. Fi
nance, Incorporated. Corner Second
and Chestnut. Dial 2-8213.
mITn’eTy T~Q LOAN
On diamonds, watches, jewelry 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: BROWN LEATHER BILLFOLD
at Delbert Hewett’s Service Station,
Oct. 20th, containing discharge pa
pers, Navy identification card, and
cash. Finder please keep cash and
return papers. Geo. Hewett, 97 Spof
LOST — ONE~MARE PONY, BLACK &
white. Finder please notify J. C. Free
man, 108-D Dare St., Maffitt Village.
LOST — BLACK COCKER SPANIEL
(male), with leach attached, in vicinity
of fair grounds Answer to name of
“Salty” Reward Write Box T-2, care
LOST - TUESDAY, SOUTHERN PINES
1942 H. S. Class Ring with Ruby Set.
iriitals, V. K. W. Phone 2-1895 before
6:30 p.m. or return to 504 N. 4th St.
HORSES'FOR RENT—STABLES” OPEN
at all times. Bill Cole Stables, Mason
boro Sound Road, one mile below
35 HEAD OF TENN. MULES~~AND
horses. The best you ever saw. A1J
broke to bit. 4 to 8 yrs. old. C. S. New
ton, one mile, Castle Hayne Road.
ONE~BM2 FARMALL AND DISC. T. ~W
Young, Currie, N. C.
READY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERS ,
one John Deere uix foot combine. R !
F. Hall and Son.
PIANOS—SPINETS. STUDIOS GRANDS.
See them today. A. H. Yopp Piano Co.
INTERIOR DECORATING ALSO PAINT
ing, wall papering, floor sanding and
finishing, furniture repairing and re
finishing. Dial 2-8198. D. R. Langley.
j! w] DEMPSEY WISHES TO AN
nounce his intention to begin opera
tion of the Black Motor Express Fran
chise within a few days.
BLOOD - TESTED BABY CHICKS -
Hatches twice weekly. Water founts,
feeders, electric brooders, feeds, Roud
abush’s Seed Store.
139—Radio and Repairs
RADIOS AND REFRIGERATION
SALES and SERVICE
520 Castle St. Dial 2-2790
Radio and Refrigeraiion
APPLIANCE SALES & SERVICE
7th and Orange Dial 2-8676
HOWARD RADIO CO.
106 NORTH 2nd
ALL WORK GUARAr EED
SUNSET RADIO REPAIR
Carolina Beach Road Sunset Park
All Work Fully Guaranteed
MOORE FONVIELLE REALTY CO. WE
are equipped to serve you.
FOR BETTER- BEACH PROPERTY SEE
Tucker. Tucker Real Estate Co., Caro
for the opening of
The finest garden land in
the country. A unique
subdivision of one acre
Located next to
AND REALTY CO.
L. P. Hinton J. S. Lyell, Jr.
Dial 2-2734 200 N. 2nd St.
RICHARD A. SHEW
SALES A SPECIALTY
213 Princess Dial 2-2160
LIST YOUR REAL ESTATE WITH US
for top prices. W. A. McGirt, Realtor,
215 Princess Street.
W. M. HEWLETT. REALTOR: BUY
sell—rent—trade. 314 Princess St. Dial
w*, &E.LL 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. ‘
REFRIGERATOR- TROUBLE? LET "~US
help you with our dependable repair
service. fhrift-T-Stores, Inc.. 295 S.
Front St. Dial 2-3972.
SEED RYE, GENUINE ABRUZZl
heavy seed $2.50 per bu. Nuckton
Farms, Castle Hayne.
WOODS SEED GRAINS™NEW CROP
oats. Rye, Barley, Vetch, winter peas,
clover, etc. Woods Seed Store. 317
FOR SALE - COMPOST SUITABLE
for flowers Shrubbery and gardens,
$3.00 load delivered. Dial 6083.
We Specialize in the Seeds
CROSS SEED CO.
19 Market St. Dial 6863
160—Transportation and Storage
JONES TRANSFER AND STORAGE -
Moving, packing, crating and shipping.
Ill No. 11th Street. Phone 4928.
Frank Williams Motor Transfer
Moving — Shipping
WANTED ALL PEOPLE SUFFERING
kidney trouble or backache to try
“Kido” 97c. Money back guarantee
at Saunders Drug Store or Brooklyn
WANTED "TO BUY WELL LOCATED
home. Dial 2-2908, or write (Home).
WE WILL BUY ALL METAL OR
pasteboard hangers brought tc our
branch store. Snow White Laundry.
WANTED - SMALL "FURNISHED
apartment with steam or central heat
and mechanical refrigerator, prefer
ably close-in, by permanent residents
before Nov. 1. Reply "NC”, care Star
Listings of property for sale
anywhere in this vicinity.
We have the clients—expert
MARSHALL REALTY CO.
210 Princess St.
Property, Management, Sales,
WANTED SEVERAL COPIES MORN
ing Star, October 12, 1945. Bring to
WANTED TO RENT OR BUY SIX
room house in good location. Reas
onable. Answer ‘‘Houae”, care of
Having qualified as administratrix of
the estate of W. M. Spalding, deceased,
late of New Hanover County, North
Carolina, this is to notify all persons
having claims against the estate of said
deceased to exhibit them to the under
signed on or before the 23rd day of
October, 1946 or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment.
This is the 22nd day of October, 1945.
Mrs. C. Spalding, Box 330, RFD 2,
Wilmington, N. C.
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA:
COUNTY OF NEW HANOVER:
By virtue of the power and authority
contained in a decree of sale made in
a certain action pending in the Superi
or Court of New Hanover County.
North Carolina, wherein the City of
Wilmington et al are plaintiffs and S.
M. Blount et al are defendants, the un
dersigned will on Monday, the 26th
day of November, 1945, at twelve o’clock
noon at the Court House door of New
Hanover County sell at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash all that
certain lot or parcel of land, lying and
being in New Hanover County, North
Carolina, and more particularly de
scribed as follows, to-wit:
l Beginning at a stake about 200 feet
! West of a small pond and South 41
degrees, 10 minutes West, 1214 feet
from a large brown stone near the
banks of a orong of what is now known
as Silver Lake, said stone being the
beginning corner of the G. W. Bur
nett 100 acre tract: and run* thence
South 41 degrees 10’ West 881.5 feet with
G. W. Burnett’s southern line to his
Southwest corner, just West of another
small pond; thence with Burnett’s Wes
tern line North 48 degrees 50’ west 300
feet to a stake; thence North 41 de
grees 10’ East 881.5 feet to a stake
in the center of the present road and
about 100 feet Southwestwardly from
the bridge between Burnett’s two
ponds: thence South 48 degrees 50’
; East 300 feet to the beginning, contain
ing 6.1 acres.
This the 20th day of October, 1945,
! J. H. FERGUSON
! The undersigned having qualified as
Executor under the Will of Mrs. Louise
V. Struthers, notice is hereby given to
' all persons having claims against the
: Estate of Mrs. Louise V. Struthers to
I present such claims to the undersigned
■ for payment on or before September 8,
j 1940, or this notice will be pleaded in bar
All persons indebted to said Estate will
please make immediate settlement.
This 7th day of September, 1945.
The Wilmington Savings
& Trust Company,
Executor under Will of
MBS. LOUISE V. STRUTHERS,
The undersigned having qualified as
Executor under the Will of Mrs. Cora
T. Crump, notice is hereby given to all
persons having claims against the Estate
of Mrs. Cora T. Crump to present such
claims to the undersigned for payment
on or before July 7, 1946, or this notice
j will be pleaded in bar of recovery.
All persons indebted to said Estate will
please make immediate settlement.
This 6th day of July, 1945.
The Wilmington Savings
& Trust Company,
Executor under Will of
MRS. CORA T. CRUMP,
(By The Associated Press)
MEATS, FATS, ETC.—Book Four Red
stamp A-l through E-l good through
Oct. 31; F-l through K_1 good through
Nov. 30; L-l through Q-l through Dec.
31; R-l through V-l good through Jan.
SUGAR—Book Four stamp 38 good for
five pounds through Dec. 31.
SHOES—Book Three Airplane stamps
1, 2, 3 and 4 good indefinitely. OP says
no- plans to cancel any.
WAR BOND LEADERS
HEAR G. A. BARDEN
NEW BERN, Oct. 22—The sale
of Victory Bonds will put props
under a government which needs
them and which is fighting ter
mites trying to eat existing props,”
Representative Graham A. Bar
den told War Bond workers here
at a regional conference.
The Congressman said that it
seemed strange to attend a meet
ing where men and women were
gathered together to gather
money for Uncle Sam. In most
cases, he pointed out, multitudes
of citizens are traveling to Wash
ington to get all the money they
can from the government. He
praised the bond leaders, and said
that one of the finest things which
could be done to assure the securi
ty of the republic would be for
every man and woman to have a
financial share in it.
With Mrs. Harvey Boney of Rose
hill, a co-chairman for the women’s
division in the region, presiding
brief talks were made by C. T.
Lelnbach, of Winston-Salem, chair
man of the State War Finance
Committee; Allison James, of
Greensboro, executive manager;
Tom Abernethy, Ted Merrill and
Norris Haddaway of the state of
fice; Mr?. Karl Bishopric, of Spray,
state women’s chairman; Mrs. J.
S. Blair of Elizabethtown, chair
man of the schools-at-war pro
gram; and Mrs. John D. Robinson,
of Wallace, chairman of the tobac
co market program for bond sales.
Welcome was extended by John
G. Dunn, Jr., Craven county’s
Victory Loan chairman; and re
sponse was by Mrs. Robinson. A
short talk was made by Mrs. Da
vid C. Sabiston, of Jacksonville,
who was North Carolina’s general
of the Blue Star brigade for sell
ing bonds to more people than any
other person during the seventh
war loan campaign. Preceding the
meeting and program in the Shrine
home was a fish fry in the yard oi
the home. Fried trout was served
with accessories. Visitors were
guests of the New Bern Chamber
of Commerce, local banks and mer
LIBRARY AT WOMEN’S
COLLEGE GETS MANY
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GREENSBORO, Oct. 22 — Archi
tectural portfolios and books from
the library rf the late W. C.
Holleyman, prominent Greensboro
architect, and architect for a num
ber of the college buildings, includ
ing Science building, the renovated
Spencer hall and Weil and Winfield
halls, which were in process oi
construction at the time of his
death in 1939, have been presented
by Mrs. Holleyman to the Woman’s
College library, it was announced
by Charles M. Adams, librarian.
Predominantly American and
English, the collection includes one
French volume. The 27 volumes are
generously illustrated with draw
ings and pnotographs of architec
tural examples from the three
An exhibition of the gift volumes
will be placed in the upstairs
foyer of the library on Tuesday,
when Mrs. Holleyman will be in
vited to view it and have tea with
the library staff and interested
members of the art and adminis
trative departments. The exhibit
may be viewed through November
3, when it will give way to a special
exhibit in connection with the In
ternational Textile Exh'bition in
the Elizabeth Mclver Weather
spoon Art Gallery.
NEW BERN, Oct 22.—Confess
ing the fatal shooting of his wife
the preceding week at their home
near the country club road, ivftn
gore Hartley, Negro, died shortly
afterwards of a heart attack in the
county jail. He blamed the shoot
ing on pains around his heart which
‘‘almost ran him crazy.” A coron
er’s jury had ordered him held for
grand jury action after he was
found several days following the
The crocodile has the most high
ly developed circulatory system
WASHINGTON. Oct. 22 — (A>9 —
Georgia Governor Ellis Arnall say»
Congress will “legalize a conspir
acy" if it exempts the nation's rail
reads from provisions of the Sher
man and Clayton anti-turst laws.
A telegram from Arnall. oppos
ing the legislation, was added to
other testimony today as a House
Interstate Commerce subcommittee
closed a hearing on the Bulwinkle
Under the measure, carriers
would be exempt from anti-trust
laws if their agreements were ap
proved by the Interstate Commerce
Commission. It sedks to make per
manent a temporary policy, adopt,
ed during wartime.
Arnall informed the committee
that state business did not allow
him to leave Georgia before close
of thfe hearing.'Asking that the bill
be disapproved, he delcared.
“If the railroads are successful
in exempting their conspiracies
from the anti-trust laws, other big
business will secure like exemp
tions with the result that the laws
will apply only to the small and the
Arnall contended passage of the
bill would end Georgia’s suit in
the Supreme Court charging rail
roads with rate conspiracy, and
the government’s anti- trust suit
against western railroads.
"The pressing task before our
nation is to convert from a war to
a peacetime economy, and to bring
about full employment and oppor
tunities for our people,” Arnall de
“This cannot be done if we are
to adopt a policy of favoring mo
nopolies by tearing down the anti
trust laws of our nation.”
Nine Negroes Held
4s Suspects After
Pender Home Robbery
City Detective E. B. Murray hit
the jack-pot the past two days as
he rounded up nine Wilmington
Negroes, who were allegedly in
volved in a break-in at the home
of Foy Hayzlip, near Burgaw,
Murray arrested five of the nine
Sunday night at Sixth and Nixon
streets and they were placed un
der $500 bond and later turned
over to Deputy Sheriff J. F. Peay,
of Pender county.
Yesterday afternoon about 4
o’clock, Murray arrested three
more suspects and held them for
Pender county authorities.
The ninth Negro was a young
ster who was placed in care of
juvenile authorities to hold as a
witness for the trial later.
The eight Negroes arrested are
Willie James Fisher, Mary Alice
Colwell, Eugene Clifford Smith,
Ruth Williams, James Currie
Smith, Erma L. Washington, Le
Roy Martin, and James Russ.
Robeson Board Appoints
Kinlaw To Deeds Office
LUMBERTON, Oct. 22—Douglas
G. Kinlaw, Lumberton livestock
dealer, has been appointed by the
Robeson Board of Commissioners
as Register of Deeds to fill the un
expired term of his brother, Nash
R. Kinlaw, who died here sudden
The appointment was made at
a called meeting of the board Sat
urday and Douglas Kinlaw was im
mediately qualified and sworn in
by Clerk of Court Frank McVillan,
resolutions of respect to the late
Mr. Kinlaw were also passed.
Nash R. Kinlaw served one four
year term beginning in 1940 and
was re-elected in 1944.
The new appointee will fill the
office until the first Monday in
December of 1948.
NEW BERN, Oct. 22.—A two
weeks’ campaign to raise $1,000 in
Graven county for the North Caro
lina Symphony orchestra fund was
started here Monday, under the
auspices of the St. Cecilia music
club of the New Bern Woman’s
club. Mrs. Ralph B. Warrington,
music club chairman, is acting as
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