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THE WILMINGTON STAR
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J^Uers-Stetlone*. m povdert tsss 5j»“— SJS5 S2“ Id-Cleaners- Dyer* H^Wood-ruel CM, gj!w Product* g^^Cleenln*- I1"** 41— Eatable* 42- Bating Pi*c*** jffleal Supplier Feed*. io-Financial. 50— F'oor Finlthtrm. 51— Florist. 52— For Rent Dfor Rent At Resort* Dor Rent-Apartment* W-For Rent- KON"* «a_Roorn ana o*«ni. fr-Fcr Rent—Houie*. 70—For Sale. 73-Hardware. 7^.Household Gooa*. 10-Hcuses For Sale Bi—Help Wanted—Male. go_Help Wanted—Female. 91-Insurance. 100— Ins* ruction. 101— Jewelry. Its-Laundry. 104- Loans. 105— Lost »nd round. 110- Livestock. 111- Miscellaneou* 112- Machinery. 119- Music. 120- Office Equipment. 121- Office For Rent 125-Paint—Papering. 125-Piumbing—Heating. 127—Printing. 130-Professional. 135-Personal. 139-Poultry. 133—Radio and Repair* 150- Real Estate. 152- Refrigeration Service. 153- Roofing. 155-Seeda—Plants -Bulb* 159- Situations Wanted. 151- Shoes. 160- Transportation end Storage 161- Typewriter* 1!»-Wanted. , ]—Announcement* LUCKY STOKE BOWLING ALLEY. Ladies especially invited. Carolina Beach road, old NYA building. Open week-days 5.30 to ll, Sundays 2 to 11. CRAIG'S OYSTER ROAST. SEAFOOD, steaks, chicken. Masonhoro Sound at Whiskey Creek. Charlie Craig, Prop. SCIICE - ALL PERSON HAVING proof or pictures are asked to get them on or before December 24th, 1945. Our Wilmington Studio will close permanently upon the above date. Trueblood Studio, 105 Princess Street.. fETEKANS - CARRY WALLET SI7.E • photo copy of service discharge. Agents, Futrelie’s Pharmacy: Carolina Print ing and Stamp Co. _ Z-Automotlve 1941 PACKARD CLUB COUPE. FAIR Condition. Apt. 9A. Holly Ridge, N. C. ’41 WILLYS COUPE, MOTOR OVER hauled: ’36 Oldsmobile coupe. Rich field Service Station, Fourth and Red Cross. FOR SALE 1940 FORD long wheelbase stake body truck. Excellent condition, very good tires, new spare. Its a bargain below ceiling. 1939 CHEVROLET COUPE. A real buy at below ceiling price. MacMILLAN BUICK COMPANY W8 N. Second Street Phone 9574 tONG MOTOR CO., 114 NORTH 2ND “t. General repair work on all makes cars, fenders and body. just received-" SHIPMENT of general cord tires, all sizes, passen ger and truck, b & n. TIRE CO., THIRD AND CAMP BELL ST. DIAL 7368. ERAir REGULATION REQUIRE tnat advertisements of used cars for must contain the car make, year body type, offering price and JJe statement that the price is within opA ceiling. 1‘ASSENGER "car TIRES RECAPPED , J, repr.’red. Akron Tire Company. Tftird St. Chevrolet. Oldsmobile, Cadillac S les and Service to. RAk'EY CHEVROLET CO. Jl8 Princess St. Dial 9621 fltw 46 PONTIAC IS NOW ON DISPLAY “SEE us BEFORE YOU BUY OR SELL.” SUTTON PONTIAC CO. 16 North 2nd St. 1942 *'°cr-do6r~oldsomobile six, sa ,tlres. below ceiling, $1,050.00. Call *^lmington 6053 afternoon or evening. Chiropractor C torMARY J. LAYTON, CH1ROPRAC J0l2a ‘2 Southern Building. Phone desertSALE BOATS OF ALL skiff btiuns built to order. Duck boat«, bnat. ’ ou!b°ard pleasure craft. Several ssi.5 rnow on han<l for immediate »„■ Contact J o. White, 711 Grace ecl- Phone 559a 12—Builder* Supplies NOTICE SASH DOORS BLINDS WIN dowi. door frames, screens, turned columns Cabinet Oldest best equip ped shop In city Roderick and Land. Dial 8228. PERFECTION ROCK WOOL INSULA tion. Cost so little. Saves you so much fuel. Dial Becker’s 7761. 13.—Business Opportunities SMALL RESTAURANT FOR SALE. Cheap. Write Box B-4, care Star-News. SALE AT SACRIFICE QUICK Electric repair business, fully equip ped, uptown location, rent cheap, this business is making money but owner has too many other jobs to take care of. Call 2-1539. 14—Business Service WASHING MACHINE. V A C U U M cleaners, and electric iron repairs. Pick up and delivery. Alton Downing. County 5821. PROGRESSIVE ELECTRIC SERVICE Co. No. 5 Princess St. Dial 2-1539. We repair any type electrical equipment, including all kinds of household ap pliances. FLOWERS' METAL WORKS ROOFING and sheet metal work. R. W. Smith, 15 N. Second. Dial 2-3556—2-8473. 20—Cleaners—Dyers UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE AND rugs cleaned the safe Duraclean way. Pick up, delivery service. Home Fur nishings Service, 723 So. Front. Dial 4825. [S YOUR RUG DIRTY? LET US CLEAN it for you. Sunshine Laundry. Dial 2-3386. 25—Coal— Aood—Fuel OK FIREWOOD—OAK, PINE. SLABS ANY length c- size. Kindling. Quick serv ice. Dial 6204. B. V. Rivenbark. DUDLEY’S WOODY ARD — WOOD Sack coal, when available. Dial 2-2714.' We also do hauling. 35—Drugs Let Us Fill Your Next PRESCRIPTION See Us For Your Drug Needs BROOKLYN PHARMACY 902 North 4th St. Dial 6678 NO ONE SELLS FOR LISSJ 45— Electrical MASON ELECTRIC CO., ELECTRIC RE pairs and contracting. 107 N. 3rd Dial . 6782. BOND ELECTRIC CO., CONTRACTING and repair service. 312 Wright St. Dial 2-1250. 46— Electrical Supplies A. B. BLAKE ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES and Gifts. Lay-Away for Xmas. 123 Market St. 48—Feeds IF YOU WANT BETTER FEEDS GET ■’Diamond" Feeds. Diamond Feed Store, No. 9 N. Second. VITA LIFE FEEDS FOR EVERY NEED. Manufactured fresh daily. Keith Mill ing Company. HOLLYBROOK FEEDS] ELECTRIC brooders, feeders, fountains and poul try supplies. T. W. Wood & Sons. 1UAEUU r ztus The Feeder's Silent Partner CROSS SEED CO. 50— Floor Finishers. FLOOR LAYING, SANDING AND finishing. Out of town work solicited. M. L. Brothers and Sons. Dial 4758. 51— Florist CUT FLOWERS, POT PLANTS COR sages, funeral designs. Quick deliveries. Blossom Shop, 31 So. Front. Dial 2-0381. 52— For Rent FOR 1946 CASH RENT FIFTY (50) AT tractive acres H. D. Swisher farm land, buildings and improvements thereon, located on the Burgaw-Currie Public Road. See Marvin Johnson, Agent R. F. D. 1, Atkinson. North Carolina. First Citizen Bank and Trust Company, as Executor and Trustee. FURNISHED ROOMS. STEAM HEAT ed, by week or nights. Low rates. Hotel DeLuxe. 414 N. Front street. 55—For Rent—Apartments IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY UPSTAIRS apartment all facilties, on city and school bus lines, one block from ocean, on Henderson St. Call Wrightsville 8843. 2 ROOMS FURNISHED APARTMENT, $35 per month, 402 N. 4th St., See Man ager, 309 Ann St„ Dial 2-3852, 60—For Rent—Rooms NICELY FURNSHED BEDROOM, STEAM heat, semi-private bath. Central loca tion. 603 Chestnut. ONE BEDROOM. SUITABLE FOR ONE or two gentlemen. Dial 6328. 63—Room and Board BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED FRONT bedroom, ideal location, continuous hot water, furnace heat, excellent meals. Dial 2-2289. ROOMS, WITH OR WITHOUT MEALS. 20 N. Fourth. Corner Fourth and Princess. _ 70—For Sale SEE OUR SELECTION OF WOOD AND coal ranges. Priced from $29.50 up. G. Stein Furniture Co.. 605 N. 4th. JUST RECEIVED LARGE SHIPMENT of gas ranges. Peoples Furniture Co. SELECTED DOLLS, TABLE SETS, STU dent’s desks, children’s rockers, dis played at Railroad Salvage Co., 603 Castle St. Dial 2-3626. HdtlSE TRAILER—NATIONAL 24 FT, Glider 22 ft; 'Electric box — Market Street Trailer Camp. STREET SKATES FOR SALE—PARK way Skating Rink. NATIVE TURKEYS Full Dressed-_-55c lb. Place your order while they last. J. W. REAVES 114 So. Front St. FOUR LOG LUMBER TRUCKS, SNAK ing horse, camp trailer, 2,000 feet of 30-pound railroad track, 2 Model T Ford engines. Bryant lumber Co., Dial 2-1212, FOR SALE - ALL KINDS XMAS TREES $1.00 and up. 12th and Market Street. J. F. Klein. SPENCER INDIVIDUALLY DESIGNED supports. Measurements accurate. Mrs. L. B. Mauney. 109 Walnut. Dial 2-3260. JUST ARRIVED WOOL COMFORTS, blankets, smoking stands, chenile rugs, table lamps, pictures and mirrors. Sut ton-Council Furniture Co. TWO GIRLS AND ONE BOYS’ PRE-WAR bicycles. P11 one 2-3944. BABY CARRIAGE EXCELLENT CONDI tion, large collapsible type. Phone 2-8754. NEW FLORENCE 5-BURNER STOVE, built-in-oven, used 3 weeks,owner leav ing State Thursday. .205 .So. 2nd. ■ UPRIGHT PIANO, FAIR CONDITION. May be seen by appointment. Phone 2 0335,... BEDROOM SUITES^ LIVING ROOM suites, Studio couches, all kinds of used furniture. Batson Transfer and Furni ture Cm LIONEL ELECTRIC TRAIN, SCALE model, also sidewalk bicycle. Call 2 2267. CHILDRENS WAGONS WITH METAL axles, will make only a few more. Dial 2-1950. 70—For Sale __ VARIETY OF PULL TOYS, DOLLS, bedroom sets, rattles, telephones and stuffed animals. Nancy Wilma Shop. FOR SALE—GAS LANTERNS AND battery lanterns. Sport Center, 114 Market. OUTBOARD MOTOR REPAIRS. COM plete repairs and overhauling our specialty Evinrude Sales and Service (entrance Cinderella Booterie). 3-PIECE WALNUT BEDROOM SUITES. $89.50 and up. Schwartz Furniture Co., 713 N. 4th. GIFTS—FAMOUS INGERSOLL DOLLAR stropper for safety blades! Also many interesting cosmetic and cutlery items for ladies, children. Shop here. Apple white Supply Co., 18 Market Street. BEAUTY SHOP Well established downtown lo cation, fully equipped. Will $ell stock, equipment, good will and lease for about 2-3 of investment as owner get 4 ting married. A real bargain. J. L. BALDWIN, Agency REALTORS 217 Princess St. Dial 2-3210 uixw luio: yy Hi xmvci jmi^Yii nuau for the kiddies: Beds, chairs, tables, rockers, cradles, doll beds, desk sets, and other Juvenile Furniture items. Wilmington Furniture & Storage Com 1 oany, "The aid Reliable." STEAM TABLES, COFFEE URNS, ) tables, and chairs. C. B. Stemberger Equimant Co., 1009 Princess. JUST RECEIVED - NEW SHIPMENT wool rugs, 12x15. Also few smaller sizes. Jones Furniture Co. GIRLS 24" BICYCLE. PRE-WAR, ONE Cowgirl suit size 8. Apply 12 So. 8th. FOR SALE _ TWO SMALL WHEEL barrows, one toy riding horse. Call 8523-M. 2 LONG TAIL FOX TERRIER PUPPIES, 10 weeks old, $12 each. Dial 2-3734. GENTLE COMBINATION WORK AND saddle horse. Suitable for women and children. Phone 2-3734. MAN’S 26” BICYCLE FOR SALE, LIKE new. Can be seen last house on airbase road. BEAVER FUR COAT, SIZE 40; 3 PIECE living room suite. 2742 Jefferson St. Riverside. LIKE NEW, VACUUM CLEANER WITH attachments, indirect lighting floor lamp, steamer trunk, reasonable. 1 Court Y, Lake Forest. STANDARD SIZE BOYS BICYCLE FOR sale. Could be put in first class condi tion for Christmas. Dial 2-1234. MAN’S BICYCLE, EXCELLENT CONDI tion. Dial 5894. 1 2-BURNER PORTABLE OIL HEATER, good condition, $25.00. Dial 22939. WHITE RABBITS FOR XMAS. SINGLES or pairs while they last. Call 2-8115. RECORD PLAYER, GOOD CONDITION. Phone 2-2891. ONE LARGE SIZE TRICYCLE, $10. Phone 7316. KITCHEN, BED AND LIVING-ROOM suites, washing machine. No. 4 Terrace Walk, Lake Forest. 3 ACRE FARM, 4 ROOM NEW HOME, I out buildings, chicken lot, 9 miles from Wilmington on Castle Hayne Road. Priced for quick sale. FOR SALE — BABY CI\JB AND HIGH chair. Used 9 months. Dial 7875. MATCHING STUDIO COUCH DRESS ing table and chest of drawers, $50; 8 piece dining set, rug and Pad 100. Caro lina Beach Road next to old Sunset Park School. PRE-WAR. ONE 12-PIECE SET OF Draftsman’s tools. Made in Germany. First $25.00 gets them. Call 9267 “Shorty.” 100 PIECES 2x12 LUMBER. ALSO USED sashing and doors. 1009 Princess. Phone 6441. NEW SHIPMENT TABLE LAMPS, floor lamps, flourescent bed lamps. Levine Furniture Co., Sixth and Cas tle. Phone 5347. ONLY 4 MORE DAYS TO SHOP FOR TOYS AT CAROLINA FURNITURE CO. Beautiful assortment sleeping eye Dolls, Blackboards, Iron ing Boards, Doll Beds, High p Chairs, Shoo Flys, Dishes, beautiful assortment of Rock ers, and hundreds of others items. Come in and visit Toyland at CAROLINA FURNITURE CO. 617 N. 4th Dial 4048 FOR UTILITY AND KITCHEN cabinets, odd wood bads, felt and cot ton mattresses, see Castle Street Fur niture Co. Dial 6447. COMPLETE STOCK OF PRUNING shears and bamboo rakes. T. W. Wood and Sons FRIEDERICK MEAT CASES AND COOL ers. meat grinders, sllcers, meat blocks, saws, cutlery. Jim Vaughn meat and bone saws, everything for meat market. Sollee Equipment Co., 902 Princess. SPENCER SUPPORTS AND BRAS saires designed. Mrs. Ramseur, 2019 Creecy Ave. Dial 6214. LEAD THE CHRISTMAS PARADE WITH toys from H. Berger and Son Furni ture Co. Hundreds of Christmas spe cials at this modem store. Children’s rockers, $1.95; doll cradles, $1.95; hob by horses, $2.95. 707 No. Fourth St. Dial 5128. METAL STANDS FOR CHRIST^ MAS TREES. HOLD’S ANY SIZE OLD FASHIONED CAN OPEN ERS, SOLLIE EQUIPMENT CO. 902 PRINCESS ST. 5 GALLON OIL AND GASOLINE CANS. Pickards, 209 Market St. Dial 2-3224. HOBART MEAT GRINDER—NEW SHTP ments of large safes, stainless steel knives $5.50 a doz. Metal cake boxes— 8 cup perculators—single & double electric Silex coffee makers—alumi num pots all sizes. Many new and use ful gifts for the kitchen, shipment of butcher knives, cleavers, and etc. Sausage stuffers. Sollee Equipment Co. 902 Princess Street. THE YEAR’S NUMBER ONE TOY HIT PARADE AT H. BER GER AND SON FURNITURE COMPANY, 707 N. 4TH. DIAL 5128. HUNDREDS OF CHRIST MAS TOYS AT REDUCED PRICES. 15—Household Goods JUST RECEIVED AT CAROLINA FUR .njtur$ company, 617 No. Fourth street, small shipment chifforobes. Special at $27.50. GIVE HER A PLATFORM ROCKER, priced $24.50, up. Home Furniture Company, 23 Market Street. 5-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE, COMPLETE with linen. 610 So. 5th, Upstairs. Mr. Thomas. SMALL SHIPMENT TABLE AND FLOOR lamps, priced $5.95 up. Home Furniture Company, 23 Market Street. WE BUY AND SELL USED FURNITURE. H. Evansom Furniture Exchange. r18 Castle. Dial 2-3809.- . f ! 75—Household Goods _ CHRISTMAS GIFT • SPECIAL! FLOURESCENT BED LAMPS _$8.75 10 ROLLS 14-3 ROMEX CABLE 1800 WATT 3 HEAT ELECTRIC HEATER __$18 Dial 2-8830 CAPE FEAR ELECTRIC CO. 314 So Second 80—Houses For Sale LOT 120 x 175 NEAR AIRPORT NEW Wrightsville Beach Road. Hughes and Higgins, Relators, Wallace Building, 3rd and Princess. Dial 7691. STILL TIME ENOUGH TO BUY A HOME FOR* CHRISTMAS 2010 Klein Road. 5 rooms. 117 S. Van Buren St. 5 rooms. 2117 Park Road. Six rooms. 315 S. 15th St. 5 rooms, vacant. Seagate, 4 rooms. 403 Lake Drive. 5 rooms, va cant. 127 S. Harrison St.' 5 rooms. FOR COMPLETE OFFERINGS SEE FOSTER-HILL REALTY CO. Wm. M. Hill, Pres. Salesmen Edw. B! Ward L. E. Allen B. B. Bryan J. Arthur Brown J. H. Irving lUtt ISU. 23RD ST., ATTRACTIVE SLX. room bungalow, with hardwood floors throughout; tile bath, oil circulator and Venetian blinds incuded in sale price. Lot 50x190. H. F. Wilder. Phone 4932. CAROLINA BEACH SOUTHERN EXTENSION 6 rooms & bath with servants quarters and bath and ce ment floored garage in base ment, also shower and iron fireman steam heat. Open fireplace. Electric cook stove & hot water heater. Redeco rated inside and out. A real all year home. Priced for quick sale as owner leaving town. J. L. BALDWIN, Agency “REALTORS” 217 Princess Street Dial 2-3210 for SALE — VERY ATTRACTIVE home, in high class residential sec tion, occupied by owner. Address P.O. Box 524. City. 85—Help Wanted—Male MAN WANTED—GOOD NEARBY RAW leigh Route now open. If willing to conduct Home Service business while earning, good living, write immediate ly. Rawleigh’s, Dept. NCL-252-45 Rich mond, Va. ONE FIRST CLASS MEAT CUTTER sober. Open Air Curb Market, 4th and Chestnut Street. MAN WANTED. GOOD NEARBY RAW leigh Route now open. If willing to conduct Home Service business while earning good living, write immediately. Rawleigh’s, Dept. NCL-252-45, Rich mond, Va. SALESMAN AND ORDER CLERK IN wholesale and retail business, $35.00 a week, starting pay, opportunity for ad vancement. Apply in own handwriting stating references and other essential facts. Write J-3, care Star-News. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY QUICKIES By Ken Reynolds “Not now, can’t you see I’m bus y reading today’s Star-News Want ads!’’ 90.—He)p Wanted Female. WANTED — LOCAL GIRL WORK Si dental office as assistant and reception ist. Write "B-4", care Star-News. ^ SALES LADY WANTED For Ladies Apparel Experience Desired Good Salary Apply WAHL'S DEPT. STORE 214 No. Front EXPERIENCED ALTERATIONS LADY wanted. Nathans/ 22 So. Front. 100— instruction MRS. MOTTE’S SECRETARIAL SCHOOL 313 Church street. All commercial sub jects taught. , • 101— Jewelry* Guaranteed Watch Repairing Guaranteed Service WILMINGTON JEWELRY SHOP 127 North Front St. Across from P. O. 102— Laundry FINE GARMENTS DESERVE FINE care. Let us clean yours with safety solvent offered in Wilmington only by us. Caison Bros. Laundry and Cleaners, 13th and Dawson. Dial 2-3678. 104—Loans MONEY T"o LOAN On diamonds, watches, jewelry, silver ware, rneh’s clothing, Typewriters, shotguns, musical instruments and any thing of value. FINKELSTEIN’S LOAN OFFICE “Wilmington’s Oldest and Largest” ' Front and Market Streets LOANS "AND REFINANCING. Prompt service, reasonable rate. Fi nance, Incorporated. Corner Second and Chestnut. Dial 2-8213. 110—Livestock 43 head of mules. Broke and ready to work. C. S. Newton, Castle Hayne Road. Dial 2-8373. 118—Muslo fcMAINUS— SP1NJST5, STUJJ1US GHANU8, Sec them today. A. H. Yopp Piano Co. 136—Poultry DON'T OVERLOOK THE WONDER ful nutritional values offered at mod erate cost in Ful-O-Pep Lading Mash. Contains a special vitamin boost. Keeps birds at peak production, best of health. J. J. Allen & Son, Phone 5762. TOP PRICES PAID FOR FANCY TUR keys hens, Roasters. Dixie Poultry Co, in City Market house. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 136—Poultry BLOOD - TESTED BABY CHICKS - Hatches twice weekly. Water founts, feeders electric brooders, feeds Round abush's Seed Store. 138.—Radio and Repairs DAVID DIXON’S SERVICE CO. RADIO and appliances. Sales, Service. Work guaranteed. Dial 2-8126. 16 So. Second. Radio. Refrigeration and Appliance Service BLAKE BROS. 6th and Castle Sts. Your Westinghouse Dealer Dial 2-2790 FOR SALE • TOASTERS • CLOCKS • IRONS • RADIO BATTERIES WILSON'S Appliance Sales and Service 7th and Orange St Dial 2-8676 COMPLETE SERVICE FOR RADIO, RE frlgerators, washers, heaters, small ap pliances. Thrift-T Stores, Inc., Service Dept 109 Dock. Dial 2-3972. HOWARD RADIO CO. 106 N. SECOND DIAL 4826 1027 SO. THIRD, DIAL 28095 ALL WORK GUARANTEED 156—Real Estate MOORE FONVIELEE REALTY CO. WE are equipped to serve you. WANTED Listings of property for sale anywhere in this vicinity. We have the clients—expert service. MARSHALL REALTY CO. Realtors -— 210 Princess St RENTER—DON’T FUSS, CALL US! YOU can BUY a home with your rent money! Dial 2-3306. Orrell Realty Co., Realtors, 212 Princess St. WANTED — PROPERTY. WILL PAY cash. Call Cape Fear Realty Co.. 2-8545. FOR BETTER BEACH PROPERTY SEE Tucker. Tucker Real Estate Co., Caro lina Beach. WE SELL THE EARTH. FOSTER HILL Realty Co., 112 Princess St. Dial 2-3371. LIST YOUR REAL ESTATE WITH US for top prices W. A. McGirt, Realtor, 215 Princess Street. THE SERVICE WE RENDER SELLS your real estate. List with usl J. L. Baldwin Agency, 217 Princess Street. FOR HIGHEST PRICES AND QUICK sales. List with Geo. A. Biddle Real Estate, 232 Princess. Dial 2-8534, WRIGHTSBORO ACRES. ADJOINING Wrightsville school. Excellent lots from $550. Hinton Insurance and Realty Co., 200 N. Second. N. M. HEWLETT, REALTOR: BUY - sell—rent—trade. 214 Princess St. Dial 7138. RICHARD A SHEW REALTY CO. SALES A SPECIAL,TY 313 Princess Dial 2-2180 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY COPELAND SALES & SERVICE PROMPT AND DEPENDABLE We Will Call (or and Deliver Refrigeration, Radio and Electric Appliance Repairs 17 Market St. Phone 2-2716 Night Phone 2-1330 153—Roofing. SPECIAL DISCOUNT ON ALL HOUSES covered in January. Mclver Lumber Co. 211 No. 6th. Dial 4347, SHARPE ROOFING CO.. PHONE 4631 or 28807. Barrett Everlox Shingles. Now is the time to reroof your home. Our work and materials are guar anteed. Three years to pay. Call us for quick service. _ 155— Seeds—Plants—Bulbs NEW CROP GARDEN PEAS. PEPPER, lettuce, tobacco seed. T. W. Wood and Sons. 317 N. Front FOR SALE - COMPOST SUITABLE for flowers Shrubbery and gardens, $3.00 load delivered. Dial 6083. QUALITY SEED We Specialize in the Seeds You Need CROSS SEED CO. 12 Market StDial 6868 156— Situations Wanted WANT JOB AS ELECTRICAL REPAIR man or salesman. WLW, P. O. Box 123. 157— Shoes RUBINS SHOE REPAIR. SHOE REPAIR service tor the entire family. 815 N. 4th. 160—Transportation and Storage DEPENDABLE MOVING AND GENER al Hauling. Local and Long Distance. Phone 22714. Ask for Dudley. ~~~ O. J. HYDRICK 812 Calhoun Dr. Maffitt Village Moving — General Hauling •-Call Blue Top Lodge _ Dial 4030 led—Transportation and storage JONES TRANSFER, STORAGE, PACK ing, crating. Dial 4928 or 2-2966. Day time 6168 night. 170—Wanted WANTED - COAL OR WOOD HEAT ers Heatrolas and Oil Heaters. Highest prices paid Dial 5128 H. Berger & Son Fun. ure Co., 707 North 4th St WANTED TO BUY—TRICYCLE FOR three-year-old child. Call 2-2886 be tween 8 and 6. I WANT TO BUY COLORED PROPERTY! Will pay cash to owners. Want several 4 to 5 room houses in colored section, Southern part of city. Anyone inter ested call GEORGE A. BIDDDLE REALTOR 232 Princess — Dial 2-8534 Vv SERVICE klAN’S LITTLE GIRL WANTS a pure bred male Collie puppy, (about 2 months old) for Christmas. Please write W. H. Grim&ely, Rt. 1, Box 67, Council, N. C. at once, stating price. WANTED — BEFORE OR BY JANUARY 15th four-room unfurnished apart ment downstairs. Dial 2-3111. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY" SOUTHERN’S RULES TERMED TOO TIGHT BALTIMORE, Dec. 18.—m—A three-judge federal court yestera day held that the Southern Rail way's regulations on the treatment of Negroes in their dining cars are inadequate, thus reversing a pre vious decision by the Interstate Commerce Commission. The suit involved alleged dis crimination against Elmer We Henderson, Baltimore Negro who asserted he had been denied spacer in a dining car of the railway. The ICC had ruled that the rail way was guilty of discrimination, but dismissed the complaint on the grounds that the discrimination was the result of "bad judgment of an employee.” The federal court, however, ruled that the railway’s regu lations are inadequate because they fail to provide tables re? served exclusively for Negroes. The opinion was written by Judge William C. Coleman and con* curred in by Judges Morris A.. Soper and W. Calvin Chestnut. Henderson, who is regional di rector of the Fair Employment Practices commission, asserted that he was refused space in a diner while travelling from Wash* ington to Atlanta, Ga., in May, 1942. He said that although ihe rail way had reserved two tables, es^ pecially for Negroes, set apart from the others by a curtain, he was not admitted to the diner be cause the tables were occupied at that time by white persons. It had been the railway’s practice, he as serted, to use the tables for serv ing whites when the remaining tables were occupied and no Ne groes asked to be served. Henderson declined an offer, he said, to be served in his pullman seat. TELEVISION GAINS AIRED IN COURT NEW YORK, Dec, 18.—(U.B—An anti-trust suit charging Paramount Pictures, Inc., and four other cor- ' porations with a world-wide coni, spiracy to control manufacture and sale of revolutionary equips ment that makes possible projec tion of television pictures the size of motion picture screens was filed by the government in U. Si District court today. The suit said the defendant^ acts “delayed the opening of a new field of public entertainment and education." Named with Paramount were Television Productions, Inc., a California corporation and wholly owned subsidiary of Paramount;' General Precision Equipment cor poration, one of the largest manu facturers of motion picture equip ment; Scophony Corporation of America-, a holder of rights to British television p a t e n ts, and Scophony, Ltd., of London^ which makes and sells television appa ratus. Individual defendants were Ar thur Levey, president of Scophony Corp., of America and a director of Scophony, Ltd.; Earle G. Hines, president of General Precision, and Paul Raiborn, president of Television Productions. The government charged that to date Television Productions and General Precision, which enjoyed a monopoly of the Scophony patents failed to make any seri ous effort to develop or exploit the patents or to promote the sale of television products. MANNING RESUMING ; POSITION AS AIDE TO U. S. ATTORNEY After serving more than five years with the armed forces, Col. John Hall Manning, of Raleigh has returned to the city and resumed his former position of assistant U. S. attorney and was in the city yes erduy for a conference with District Attorney Charles F. Rouse. Also attending the conference today was Assistant Attorney Chauncey H. Leggett, of Tarboro. Chief concern of. the conferees will be routine office affairs aris ing out of the recent change in U. S. Attorneys when Rouse suc ceeded J. O. Carr, of Wilmington, who resigned to return to private practice. Col. Manning officially returned to his post Monday when he re ceived a letter from U. S. Attor ney General Tom Clark notifying him of his reinstatement to the office he held when he entered the army Sept. 16, 1940. Col. Manning entered the Army as commanding officer of the 120th Infantry, North Carolina National Guard, of which Wilmington’s Co. I was a unit. On March 5, 1943, he sailed to the Mediterranean theater. He served for 18 months' in North Africa and for one year-, in Italy. He returned to the United States on Sept. 21, 1945. WAGE INCREASE CHARLOTTE, Dec. 18— (IP) — Southern Textile Industry wage iin creases since January, 1941, have been far above the 33 per cent re cently cited by Stabilization Ad ministrator John C. Collett as a basis for applying ceiling prices increases to offset wage boosts, W. P. Jacobs of Charlotte, presi dent and treasurer of the Ameri can Cotton Manufacturers ass^E don. has declared. iM| t CHRISTMAS TREES Heavy, Thick Ones, Bushy and Deep Green Double thick Ver mont Spruce. Prettiest trees in town. Sup port bases attached to most sizes. 2 to 12 ft. aijh. 21 and up. Buy NOW. ROUDABUSrS SEED STARE 31 8. Front St. Dial M3« I STOP AND SHOP AT I CHECKNElVS I 24 So. Front St. 1 Ladies all wool Sweaters I $2.98 Up I Children Coats all colors I and sizes. $3.95 up | FINAL SPECIAL SALE! — At — NICK'S MARKET 5th & Greenfield Streets The items listed below are on SPECIAL for WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY ONLY! WE ABSOLUTELY WILL NOT HAVE ANY MORE SPECIALS AFTER THIS SALE! RIPE BANANAS, Golden Yellow, Lge., Lb.,_10c BUNCH __ $1.50 UP Plenty of Vanilla Cookies! Regular 81.50 Fancy BOX CHOCOLATES, SPECIAL . Regularly Priced $3, Beautiful i BABY DOLLS, SPECIAL . 1 CHRISTMAS TREES, SPECIAL. (1 to (O 6, 8 AND 10 FT. TREES, CANADIAN FIR. 21 REGULAR $3 TO $5 TREES IMPORTED PORT WIRE, SPECIAL_“IT._$1.00 Aged and Fortified. Every bottle In a straw cover. Regular price $1.50 REMEMBER, WE HAVE THE BEST FRUITS IN TOWN, ALL KINDS OF NUTS AND —FRESH COCOANUTS— All kinds of Vegetables and Groceries. All kinds of BEER, by case or bottle and all kinds of FORTIFIED WINES! FREE DELIVEBY PHONE 2-3609 ^ AIITrfcC FINANCED REFINANCED Cofer Motor Finance Co. Manor Theatre Bldg. 208 1-2 Market Dial 2-1950 CHRISTMAS TOYS Record Albums, Classical and popular. Record Players. Gregory Radio Co. 232 Princess Dial 2-1765 TOYS GIFTS AND GAMES B. F. Goodrich 14 No. 3rd Dial 7560 Auto and Aircraft Loans Also insurance A CAROLINA COMPANY FOB CAROLINA PEOPLE 111 & J Finance Forp. 214 So. Front St Dial 2-2740 WILMINGTON GROCERY MERCHANTS! NOTE: CARLOAD RIPE BANANAS JUST RECEIVED—GOLDEN YELLOW, AND AT WHOLESALE CEILING, FOB OUR STORE. PHONE 2-3609 FOR FURTHER INFORMA TION. NICK'S MARKET 5th & Greenfield Streets : t-» Take A Tip From Santa, Get EXTRA HONEY FOR CHRISTHAS AT THE Wilmington Finance Co. Personal Loans 202 Murchison Bldg.