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Six APPLICANTS Head Of Local Office An nounces Four Veteran* In Group Six appl>cants’ four °* thern vet ,,,5 were accepted for enlistment * the Wilmington army recruiting tation in the course of the week * de(j February 15. Lt. Charles Tr ITS USEFUL yOH'LL FIND IT HERE !! A A’ < H O. R hardware CO. Front and Hock St®. Hiai 5042 J. Markus, commanding officer, reported yesterday. The veterans who were accepted during this period were as follows: Paul S. Danenberg, 315 Wooster street, a former warrant officer, j I who was accepted for assignment with the coast artillery in the grade of T-3; Alvin H. Powell, i Negro, Oxford, who was accepted for assignment to the air corps: John D. Soles. Whiteville, a navy veteran, accepted for assignment with the first calvary division in Japan; and Charles C. Phaneuf, Flint, Mich., also a navy veteran, who was assigned to the army air forces. me non-veterans who were ac cepted were Oscar L. Croom. At kinson. and Roy L. Sarvis, Wam pee, S. C. Lieutenant Markus suggested that for complete information re garding the new regular army, interested persons should call at the recruiting station at 205 post office building, or see a recruiting sergeant in one of the following other places each week: Whiteville on Monday, Wallace on Wednesday, and Jacksonville on Thursday. Dial 2-3311 For Newspaper Service ADDING MACHINE SERVICE, we re pair or Rebuild your old ones, all of our work guaranteed. Call for and deliver. WILMINGTON TYPEWRITER COMPANY Supplies Sales Service 7 North 2nd Street Dial 4460 -! 86 PROOF 75% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS j - I UNITEO DISTILLERS (OF AMERICA) LTD. BALTIMORE. MD. This Funny World .... .. 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Joists, arch ribs and purlins contain the Stran-Steel patented nailing groove, an exclusive, feature that permits roofing, siding and interior materials to be nailed directly to the frame. Your Quonset dealer will he glad to show you how these great new buildings can help meet your own building problems. • RES. U. S. PAT. OFF. GREAT LAKES STEEL CORPORATION STR AN-STEEL DIVISION PENO.StOI *««"'*•« " ^ f UNIT Of NATIONAL ST..U CORPORATION -- State School Head Backs Founding Junior College It is the business of public edu cation to meet the needs for educa tion whatever these needs may be.” declares Clyde A. Erwin, State Superintendent of Schools, in en dorsing the establishment of junior colleges such as the one proposed for Wilmington. ‘‘We have come to the time when we have to corwider the need for greater education and many of the students who will want to enter college next year will not be able RESOLUTION LAUDS FORMER RESIDENT OF WILMINGTON Special To The Star BURGAW, Feb. 17.—A resolution memoralizing the life of Alva Cow an, member of the Burgaw Ma sonic Lodge, was passed yester day and signed by three memorium committee members of the li»*al lodge. Mr. Cowan was employed as a salesman for the S. and B. Solo mon Company and the A. D. Brown Company, of Wilmington, for many years. The memorium pointed out that he “was true and faithful to the tenets of our order, zealous and diligent as a builder in all our undertakings and a staunch guardian of the mysteries of our society.” The resolution was signed by Clifton L. Moore. W. I. Taylor. Jr., M. D., and David V. 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FEBRUARY 18 Changes in programs as listed are duS to corrections by networks made too late to incorporate. to do so because of the heavy en rollment,” he added. The latest North Carolina Public School Bulletin tells of Erwin’s recommendation for setting up a publicly operated junior college program. With the normal enrollment in North Carolina colleges at 30,000, Erwin told the State Board of Edu cation that this year 44.000 students —including those in off-camps cen ters—are attending colleges. An even greater number are expected next fall when this year’s high school seniors graduate. By 1949 50 the state’s college enrollment is expected to reach 55,000, he said. "The development of a junior college program would contribute balance to the senior college enroll ment,” JSrwin added, “and it Would make it posible for parents to save economically and would enable students who would not ordi narily get a college education to do so. FUEL OIL Dependable Since 1872 Phone 5261 -- Extra Bar Exams RALEIGH. Feb. 17. — (JPy- An ticipating final ratification of a bill to authorize the State Board of Law examiners t o give extra ex aminations each year through 1954, Edward L. Can non, board secre tary said today that one of these extra examinations probably would begin March 4. Cannon said that those qualified should notify the board if they de sire to take the examinations in March. Green Bay. Wis., appointed its mayor as official taster of foods sold by the city’s welfare store. Deliciously Tree Ripened FRUIT - NO COLOR ADDED - BUSHEL BASKET Mixed Half & Half Oranges And Grapefruit $3-75 Bushel ij —EXPRESS PREPAID— WE ALSO SHIP Bushel Baskets of Oranges Only, Express Prepaid at $3-75 Bushel WEST COAST MARKETING CORP. PALMETTO FLA. PHONE 4317 OR 4318 All time* P M eastern standard. To change to central standard subtract one hour; to mountain standard subtract two hours. . Time* listed are those supplied by networks. 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