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CIVIL JOB TESTS Department Of Agriculture Positions To Be Open; All Available V S. Civil Service examinations jor probational appointments to forester and Range Conservation ist positions in the Department of Agriculture and Interior, will be announced soon. G. W. Martin, local secretary jjoard of U. S. Civil Service Exam iners. located in the Wilmington p0s: Office, said that in addition to qualifying in the written test, applicants must show completion of specified courses of study in the appropriate subjects. However, applications will be accepted from students who will complete these courses before December 31, 1946. Xo i xperience is required for this examination, and the maxi DIAL 2-8675 for Electrical Service Contracting - Repairing Residential or Commercial Brooks Electrical Co. 312 Southern Bldg. w ^ INSURE CANNING SUCCESS!] JARS CAPS, LIDS * RUBBERS A nd follow instructions in the Ball Blue Book. To get your copy •end 10c with your name and address to— BALI BROTHERS COMPANY, Muntis,lnd. mum age limit of 35 years will be waived for persons entitled to vet erans preference. Closing date for application ac ceptance is June 6, and they must be received in the office of the Commission in Washington on or before that date. Further information may be ob tained from the local representa tive. MOBILE AIR FORCE CONVOY DUE HERE IN RECRUIT DRIVE A convoy of five large vehicles, loaded with various types of mo bile Army Air Force equipment, is scheduled to arrive in Wilming ton late Thursday afternoon from Pope Field.* The equipment will be on display two days. The equipment will include an aircraft instrument machine shop, a combat glider, with a 75 MM Howitzer piece, inside; power unit, many "interesting” pictures, and radio and radar navigation equipment for a C-47 plane, Lieut. N. G. Cottle, officer in charge of the Wilmington Army recruiting station, said. Open To Public The convoy will be parked on the North side of Market street be tween Front and Second streets and will be open to the public at 9 o’clock Friday morning, the officer added. On Sunday the convoy will move from here to Wrightsville Beach for a one-day show at that resort. The local Army recruiting station announced yesterday that while the AAF display is in the city, recruit ing for direct assignments to the AAF, either at Pope Field, Ft. Bragg or Seymour Johnson field, will be carried on. WAFFLE WEDGES with FRESH FRUIT or BERRIES Lush berries, plump peaches or apricots just naturally go with snack-time wedges of tender crisp waffles, made with Duff's! 6k?' Add WATER MIX • BAKE RESORT HOSTELRY SOLD TO BURGESS Hanover Inn At Wrights ville Beach Bought By Fayetteville Man The Hanover Inn at Wrightsville Beach, formerly the property of Mrs. H. Sherman, has been pur chased by J. A. Burgess, Fayette ville, it was announced Wednes day by the Hinton Insurance and Realty company. Burgess, operator of Fayette ville’s Millbrook hotel for the past 15 years, will be assisted in the management of the two hostelries by his brother, Roy Burgess, who has been recently discharged from the service. Remodeling Planned The new owner plans extensive remodeling of Hanover Inn as soon as materials are available. The hotel dining room will be under the supervision of Mrs. Elizabeth Pemberton Dean, well known to Wilmingtonians as a meal planner. WITNESSES REFUSE TO TESTIFY AFTER OFFICER WARNINGS BAD NAUHEIM, May 29—(U.R)— Three prospective witnesses for the prosecution refused to testi fy Wednesday in the trial of Lt. Granville Cubage, claiming that “justice has not been done to the witnesses’’ in the Lichfield bru tality case. Those who refused to testify in the Cubage case were Aubrey L. Richey, Birmingham, Ala., Mike Koblinski, Saginaw, Mich., and St. Saul Russ, Brooklyn, N. Y. They were warned by the court they would be subject to court martial if they refused. Russ complained that yritnesses were being “treated as dangerous criminals” and said word had been transmitted from London to Bad Nauheim guard house for 12 days without being notified of the charges against them. He said officers told witnesses in the guardhouse that they “might be tried after the Lichfield trials.” OPPOSE LABOR LAWS NASHVILLE, Tenn., May 29— (U.R)—The Southern Conference of Human Welfare is on record Wed nesday opposing President Tru man’s proposed labor laws. Con ference representatives from Ten nessee, Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia and Alabama, also voted last night to accept affiliation of the national committee to abolish the poll tax, taking over it* op eration and assigning its functions to a conference committee. It’s Really True! SHAW PAINT & WALL PAPER Is Giving Away Absolutely FREE A ’250 Paint Job To Some Lucky Home Owner In Wilmington AXD HERE IS THE STORY: There are no strings to this ... no obligation of any kind . . . nothing to bay ... no contest... no puzzle to work out nor is there a quiz or guess ing contest. ABSOLUTELY FREE On Friday night, May 31st there will be given to some homeowner a jam up $250.00 home paint job. Here is ALL (and WE MEAN ABSOLUTELY ALL) You Have To Do: Visit the new home ef the Shaw Paint and Wall Paper Company located on Front St. in the Wilmington Hotel Building and register. Simple. Just put your name and address on a card and drop it into the registration boa. You do not have to be present when the paint job is awarded. The name of the lucky home owner will be announced in tlfe Wilmington newspapers on Saturday, June 1st. SO IT IS NOW YOUR TURN . . . JUST PROP IN DURING THE NEXT FIVE DAYS AND GET IN ON THIS FINE PROPOSITION ... IT CANNOT COST YOU A PENNY. YourGI Rights Questions and Answers On Servicemen’s Problems _ ^ By' DOUGLAS LARSEN WASHINGTON — Veterans have asked the following questions re garding the educational benefits available under the GI Bill oi Rights: Q—My son was an officer in the Army Air Forces. He just wrote that he had decided to stay in the Army as a career man. I want him to continue school, however— at night, if possible. Will he b# able to use the veterans' benefits to do this? A—No. As long as he stays in the Army, he is not eligible for veterans’ benefits. Q — I have discovered that my husband won’t get any mustering out pay because he received a promotion. Does that mean he won’t be able, either, to get the educational benefits due other vet erans? A — No. He will still be eligible for ail the GI benefits. Q—I am thinking about going to a college which is very expensive. Will the government pay all the costs and send me there a shorter time, or won’t it pay for anything? A—The government will pay the maximums for tuition and sub sistence which would ordinarily be allowed you, and you will have to pay the rest. Q—If I get permission to study at a university in France, will the government pay part of my trav eling expenses there? A—No. Q—I am planning to go to col lege. But I know I won’t be able to live on what the government will give me. Can I get a part time job to help meet expenses, and still get the maximum from the government? A—Yes. A—I am a veteran and was graduated from college. My wife just has one year to go to get her degree. Is there any way I can transfer my education rights to her A—No. (Questions will be answered only In this space—not by matt.) The eye is only an instrument of vision. Sight is a brain process dependent for its correct function ing on the normal reaction of the nervous system. SUNSET STUDENTS RECEIVE AWARDS Final Chapel Program Of Year Held Tuesday In New Auditorium Sunset Park School held its last chapel program of the year on Tuesday in the auditorium of the new building. The program had two phases: repeat performances of various features of previous programs of the year and the presentation of various awards. Pupils of both buildings and a number of parents enjoyed this last get-together of the year. Pupils who received certificates for perfect atteprance were: New Building:.'._ ..First Grade: Sylvia Thompson, Mary June Core. Second Grade: LeNair Burns, Glenn Thompson, Jean Jenkins, William Lee Roberts, Virginia Bowers. Third Grade: Jackie Birming ham, John Bostic, Elwood Lee, Carol Lynn Young, Mickey Fowl er, Androniki Patellis. Fourth Grade: Howard Brittain, Ann Mason, Dennis Parker, Pleas ant Batson, Jr., Nicholas Patellis, Frances Jenkins, Hilda Croom. Fifth Grade: Houston Fowler, Carey Merritt, Douglas King, lhomas Simmons, Robert Ellis, Frances Fowler. Sixth Grade: Marjorie Haith cock, Gailee Watts, Pete Patellis, Mary Helen Jones, Wade Holder, Barbara Cosnell. Annex: Second Grade: Mary Theresa Bessellieu, Wiliam Walters, Bon-1 nie Sue Stovall, Levada Rackley. Third Grade: Mary Jean White, j Fourth Grade: Juanita Williams, Morris Benson, Shirley Hayes, Donald Eagles, Bryant Bessellieu. POLICE SEEK GUNMAN GREENSBORO, May 29—<U.R)— Greensboro police were .searching Wednesday for a lone bandit, about 20 or 25 years old, who robbed the Carolina theatre here Tues day of about $700 at gun-point. Police said the bandit, who was without a mask, apparently had purchased a ticket and waited inside the theatre until Doorman Winstead Hines took the night’s receipts from the box office to the assistant manager’s office. ¥ WARDROBE A GIANT SIZE: 66" x 28" x 203/4" A GIANT VALUE1 • Buy One of These Closets and Solve the Every-Day Stor age-Space Problem At One Small Price! > Wood Framed Front and at Sides—Top and Bottom. • Sturdy Wooden Frame Doors Slide Up and Down. Making Everything Easily Accessible. • Large Hat Shelf. I • Holds Up to 25 Garments. • EXCLUSIVE E-Z-DO FEATURE $495 Heguiai 49c E-Z-DO Moth Humidor included at no extra coat E-Z-DO MOTH HUMJOCt CmmoM* mk PAlAOKHiOGOflOfr ZINC *M«fc <M» MOTHS. MOTH CGGS m« MOTH LAtVAl fdh «H CilamMM I » •»€!» *«<*•«•.! (Bdk-ifriUiamA Go STATE DEPARTMENT PROTESTS ACTIONS OF YUGOSLAV GANG WASHINGTON. May 29.—(UP) —The United States has protested vigorously to Yugoslavia, Russia’s Balkan satellite, against attempts by Yugoslavs ir the area around Trieste to obstruct the Allied mili tary government. It was the second time this week that this government, in coopera tion with Britain, has extended its “firm” policy toward Soviet Rus sia to include a member of the Moscow-dominated Balkan bloc of nations. The United States and Britain earlier has accused Romania of failing to carry out its agreement to hold elections before the end of May. The texts of both the notes have not been published yet but were promised to the press by State I Department officials by the end of this week. Alexander the Great was born m Macedonia in Europe, died at Babylon in Asia, and was buried | at Alexandria, in Egypt. Special This Week Only! Hand painted hurricane lamps ?S".*10.95 Special ... __ .57.95 H. Berger & Son Furn. Co. Dial 5128_707 No. 4th St. 'TOP OF MORNING” AUTHOR IMPROVED; MUTES OAfCE MOPE Readers of The Star have un doubtedly noticed that “Top O’ The Morning,’’ the daily spiritonic which has appeared in the paper for almost 31 years, is back on the editorial page again. Its author, Miss Eliza Murphy, was recently confined to James Walker Memorial hospital with a heart ailment, and “Top O' The Morning” went temporarily out of print. But, with the vigor which her daily quote emanates, Miss Murphy bounced back from her illness and is back home again. And her portable typewriter, clicking as busily as ever, is turn ing out the breakfast-table tidbits once more. RaHlsi It's like finding Captain Kidd's treasure! It has been estimated* that a swarm of bees, when it leaves tha mother hive, constitutes from 1,000 to 6,000 bees. FUEL OIL Standard Oil "ESSOHEAT” Oil Burner Service HUGHES BROS. FUEL CO. Dial 7774 THE TRIPLE-AGED BLEND OF BEER A ALE VAN mulN MODUCTt CO, INC, tUllAtO. HT.'ij Dial 2-3311 For Newspaper Service BOYS Are Our PALS From kindergarten right through high school. We like to dress them up for church, camp, or play. Come now for cool clothes for the city or camp. Colorful things styled with a casual flair to suit his youthful ideas. Junior SLACK SUITS Jr. Slack Suits—Solid color work fancy shirt with slacks of poplin or gabardine. Sizes 6-10. 2-98 to 5 50 Khaki TROUSERS Sanforized shrunk for sturdy suqjmer wear. Nice for work or play. 8-16. 1.98 to 348 Polo SHIRTS Young sports want ’em to wear for play and dress up. Solid colors and stripes. Sizes—2-8 — 10-20. 79c to 1.48 Swim TRUNKS The fancy flashy kind. Also solids. Wool, Gabardine, and Zelan. 8-84. 1 98 2-50 2 *8 ENSEMBLE SUITS In Poplin—Solid Colors Onjy—Size 4 to 10 THIRD FLOOR 1fielk lit Miami Go.