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ALLEGOOD SPEECH
SET FOR MEETING
Advertising Men To Con
vene In Charleston
Friday And Saturday
J. L. Allegood, advertising mana
ger of the Wilmington Star-News,
will be one of the principal speak
ers at the mid-year convention of
the Carclinas’ Advertising Exe
cutives association at Charleston,
S. C., on Friday and Saturday,
July 26-27.
With this year’s convention
theme set as “Meeting Post-War
Conditions in Advertising,” Alle
gocd will give an address on “Se
lecting and Training 2alesmen”
during the Saturday session.
Upwards of 100 advertising men
from the Carolinas and Tennessee
are expected to convene at the
South Carolina city for the mid
year gathering.
The “shelf life” of foods has
been lengthened from one to five
and even ten days by special ex
perimental packaging.
DIAL 6342
For Expert—Reasonable
PLUMBING REPAIRS
WILMINGTON
PLUMBING & HEATING CO.
R M KERMON. JR., Mgr.
Contracting—Supplies
S3 N Third St.. Wallace Bldg.
1755 m
1946
St. John’s
^ Lodge No. 1
A. F. & A. M
A stated communication of
this lodge will be holden Tues
day evening, July 23rd at 8:00
o’clock in the Masonic Temple.
The Degree of Fellowcraft will
be cenferred/All qualified
brethren are cordially invited to
attend.
By Order of the Master
Chas B. Newcomb,
Secretary
AUTO LOANS
"Thai Cost Less**
The Morris Plan Bank
ANCHOR
HARDWARE CO.
The Carolina’s Largest
Marine and General
Hardware Store
Hardware—Marine
Supplies
Sporting Goods—Paints
Motors
Front and Dock Sts._Wilmington, N. C.
Local Sales Representative
Wanted
There is an unusual opportunity for an aggressive Sales Rep
resentative in this territory to make quick profits and build
a permanent business with INDUSTRIAL PLASTIC’S SEAL
RITE, the amazing new tested and proved formula of dry pow
dered resins which, when mixed with water and rubbed into the
surface of CONCRETE BLOCK BUILDINGS actually penetrates
into the pores of the concrete and mortar joints, then expands
as it dries, forming a solid and permanent waterproof and
moistureproof seal which becomes harder with age and leaves
the surface snow-white—or any one of the many beautiful
colors.
Write fully, telling what y°u are now selling or have sold. May
be handled in connection with other lines. No investment re
quired.
Address:
INDUSTRIAL PLASTICS COMPANY, Jacksonville 7, Fla.
New Cleaning Supplies!
Lamb’s Wool (Replaceable Head)
WAX APPLICATORS
$1.00 And $J.75
HAIR PUSH BROOMS
$1-50 And Pp
Hand
SCRUB BRUSHES
25c
Deck
SCRUB BRUSHES
65°
DAVID JACOBI SUPPLY CO.
17 South 2nd St. Dial 9451
Southeastern North Carolina
NEWS TIDBITS
★ ★ ★
Bladen — Brunswick — Columbus — Craven —
Duplin — Onslow — Pender — Robeson — Sampson
DELIVERY SERVICE
FAIRMONT, July 22 — Post
al delivery service for Fair
mont has been authorized by
the Postoffice Department to
begin October 1, it has been
announced. Two deliveries
daily have been planned on
two routes, one served by a
foot carrier and the other,
an auxiliary route, will be
served by a mounted carrier.
HOSPITAL APPROVED
SOUTHPORT, July 22 —
Dosher Memorial hospital has
been approved for medical
treatment for veterans, it has
been disclosed by the U. S.
Veterans’ Administration. It
is among the first 47 hospitals
in North Carolina to qualify
under the Blue Cross plan.
SETURN
WHITE'VILLE, July 22 —
Frank Jackson, an experienc
ed tobacco warehouseman,
has returned to the Farmers
tobacco warehouse after an
absence of five years. The son
of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Jackson,
he is married to the former
Large Selection
MEN'S
SLACKS
In sharkskin, rayon gabar
dine, tropicals, flannels, etc.
FINKELSTEIN'S
Corner Front & Market
Miss Mildred Skiles, of White
ville.
NEW JEEP
TABOR CITY, July 22— 0. A.
Arnett, Route two, Tabor City,
recently purchased a jeep for
use on his farm.
HUNTING RULES
WHITEVILLE, July 22 —
Hunting regulations are up for
consideration by the Board of
Conservation and Develop
ment during a three day meet
ing which began Monday at
Morehead City. Columbus
county sportsmen are oppos
ing a move to reduce the open
season on deer from 90 to 45
days. Other recommendations
curtailing game seasons are to
be studied.
IN GERMANY
JACKSONVILLE, July 22—
Pfc. George C. See son of
George See, 135 Circle drive, is
now stationed in Landsberg,
Germany, where he is serving
with the European Aviation
Engineer command'. He -was
formerly stationed at Camp
Lee, Va.
KELLY ENROLLS
ELIZABETHTOWN, July 22
— The University of North
Carolina’s baseball team will
get another member of th*
famed Whiteville American
Legion team of 1944-45 next
year when James Kelly, hard
hitting outfielder enrolls at
Chapel Hill. A power hitter,
Kelly is now playing with •
local all star nine.
NO HOUSING PROBLEM
CLARKTON, July 22— Two
Fort Bragg soldiers solved
their housing problem for one
night recently by catching an
opossum. The soldiers were
seeking a room when the mis
tress of the house heard a dis
turbance in the hen house.
The soldiers deployed and kill
ed the ’possum. They also got
the room.
NEW COUNCILOR
ELIZABETHTOWN, July 32
—Charlie Averette, local
businessman, was recently in
stalled as councilo rof Eliza
bethtown Council No. 8 of the
Junior Order, United Ameri
can Mechanics. A. C. Ed
wards, of Hookerton, past
state councilor, presided over
the installation ceremonies.
PLAYGROUND
BLADENBORO, July 22 —
Rev. Charles P. Burchette,
pastor of the Bladenboro First
Baptist church, has converted
an acre o fground behind the
church into a playground for
the community. Swings, slides,
a small merry-go-round, sand
boxes, shuffle boards, horse
shoe pits, a croquet court, and
table games have been install
ed. Flood lamps have been in
stalled to allow the children to
play after dark.
CHIEF M. P.
NEW BERN, July 22 —Gun
nery &gt. Arvin L. Ghazlo, one
of the foremost experts and
exponents of the art of self
defense and hand-to-hand com
bat in the Marine corps, is
now chief of the Negro detach
ment of military police in New
Bern. Former combat Warfare
instructor at the Montford
Point camp for Negro Marines
at Camp Lejeune, the sergeant
was recently transferred to the
Marine air station at Cherry
Point, where he is serving with
the provost marshal depart
ment.
Aged Indian Dies
SAPULPA, Okla , July 22.—(fP)—
“Aunt Lizzie” Devers, 115, who
once said she w>as too tough to die
because “I’m Cherokee, Irish and
Dutch and that’s the meanest mix.
ture that is,” was found dead Mon
day in the little home where she
lived alone.
She celebrated her 115th birthday
last May. Only a few months ago
she took an airplane ride.
“Aunt Lizzie” in her youth walk
ed with the Cherokees from Geor
gia over the “Trail of Tears”,
went through Indian territory be
fore the turn of the century sell
ing pioneer medicines and once
ran a 160-acre farm single-handed.
The domesticated cat was an ob
ject of veneration among the
Egyptians.
TIRE RECAPPPING
AUTO REPAIRING
PAINTING-ROOT WORK
SHELL
Safli-Service Co.
3rd and Grace Sts.
Julius Wenberg
Jimmie Wenberg
BAND ENROLLMENT
CONTINUES GROWTH
ACL Group Now Has .65
Members; To Play For
Lions Thursday
Enrollment in the Atlantic Coast
Line band, organized one month,
has reached 65, it was announced
last night on the eve of the musi
cian’s fifth night of practice.
Practice Tonight
About fifty of the members are
expected at tonight's practice in the
vocational building of New Hanover
high school with Lieut. Eugene La
cock directing.
The group will make its first
public appearance Thursday after
noon at five o’clock, when they
play for an informal get-to-gethei
of, the Wilmington Lions club at
Wrightsville Sound, George O. Da
vis, organizer, and acting manager,
said.
Final Practice
The band will meet tonight at
eight o’clock to complete arrange
ments of pieces to be played at
Thursday’s performance, Davis
said.
FUEL OIL
Standard Oil "ESSOHEAT*’
Oil Burner Service
HUGHES BROS.
FUEL CO.
Dial 7774
VERY WET
Wilmington Rains Near
60-Year Mark For July
A 60-year-old Wilmington rain
fall record for the month of July
is in danger of being broken, Paul
Hess, head of the local U.S. weath
er bureau, revealed yesterday.
Near Record
With a total of 14.72 inches al
ready recorded this month, only
6.40 inches more need fall during
July’s remaining nine days to
equal the high mark of 21.12 in
ches set in July of 1886.
“Another 6.40 inches is a lot of
rain,’’ Hess said, “but ix we should
get a tropical disturbance or two
within the next nine days of the
Open For Business
Harbor Island Earber Shop
Next Door to
Rogers’ Grocery Store
We have two good barbers.
You can also get hot and cold
shower baths.
ONLY SHOP ON BEACH
George A. Cooke, Manager
month the 60-year-old record may
well be tied or even broken.”
No Disturbances
There are no such disturbances
Eases the Pain
Soothes the Nerves
Distracting neuralgic pain, and
nerves ruffled by minor pains ot
this type, yield promptly to the
quick-acting effectiveness of BC .
“BC” also relieves hea.daches, mus
cular aches and functional periodic
pains. Handy 10c and 25c sizes. Use
only as directed. Consult a physi
| cian when pains persist.
or "wet fronts” in the offmg right
now, he explained, but one might
show up at any time in the old
t r a d it i o n of "unexpected”
weather.
WOULD BE SUICIDE
NEW YORK, July 22. — ttJ.R)—Dr.
Thomas Parran, surgeon-general
of the U. S. Public Health service,
declared Monday that another
world war would be suicide for
civilization and that science must
join with religion and educ
help man learn to live ;0,Jh‘°n
moniously with hJs !r‘‘iri
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“Ask about Temperature Control’’
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Means Fine Tobacco
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it’s the Tobacco that counts
Wood engraving by H. McCormick baaed upon the original oil painting
Quality of product
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