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—Sit, Work* Wanted
^-^TTcEeRICAL WORK TO DO
^aNTEU Mrt jvi. s. Allen, 2714 Jef
»'■ h0 Anartment C, Wilmington, N.
ferson, - ^
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jgol-Transportation, Storage
^-'Troii'GENERAL HAULING. I OR
G P011 «crvicc and better prices dial
$853 day <_
long or short
IBlC1s „ cnecial rate oil moving. Dial
distance.
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TfL-Travel Opportunities
FOR ST. PETERSBURG,
LEA',;- latter pail of 'week. Take 2
gge^an 5770._
^AVanted To Buy, Rent
-STORE SUITABLE
WANT poultry market. State price
l°- “ letter to Box A-X, Care
of «: ;
Star-V" __
-'''wt-hTtOBUY-I DOUBLE DRUM
WAN* j Router, one Planer—Mount
unmounted, one portable Paint
*> . .omplete with portable com
,?r,„r snd motor. Reply to S. E. Smith
foerson Hotel. Maxton, N. C . giving
number and complete de
tt“p « to condition, price, delivery
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-'NNJTJTioXERS RESALE OF REAL
CO-"'1 ESTATE
, and by virtue of the power and
tlnritv dull given by a judgment of
•J,n Superior Court of New Hanover
that proceeding therein pend
eiititled "ci,y of Wilmington. North
r* i,.,= New Hanover County and C.
City-County Tax Collector vs
p-Brown, Ruth Jackson, Evelyn
C.anl William Robinson, Hellen Har
SfP; ircio Grainger, David Robinson,
*r0'„ Robinson and John Robinson,
at law of Frances Brown”, tile
^a.rsisued Commissioner will on Mon
j®, jijrch 31st. 1947. at 12 o'clock noon
for sale
For Off-Site Use Only
BUHrLUS GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS AND FIXTITRFC
BLUETHENTHAL FIELD RES
WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA
The following buildings and fixtures, exclusive of personal property
ttt now available for disposal to priority holders under the Surplus
Property Act of 1944, as amended, and War Assets Administration Regu
lation o and to certifiers under the Veterans’ Emergency Housing
Program, and to non-priority holders for removal Off-Site Use Only
Buildings will be sold with whatever permanent fixtures are located
therein. These may include plumbing, heating, electrical and refrigera
tor systems, consisting of such items as toilet fixtures, Soil pipe, water
pipe, boilers, radiators, and connection pipe, walk-in refrigerators elec
trical fixtures and wiring, etc. ’
Building Building Name
11 Farm House
12 Dairy Barn
T60 N. C. C.
161 Post. Exchange
165 Store House
1115 Fire Station
1120 Officers Quarters
1121 Officers Quarters
1122 Officers Quarters
1123 Officers Quarters
1124 Officers Quarters
1125 Officers Quarters
1126 Officers Quarters
1127 Officers Quarters
1128 Officers Quarters
1129 Officers Quarters
1130 Officers Quarters
1131 Officers Quarters
1132 Officers Quarters
1133 Officers Quarters
1134 Officers Quarter*
7135 Officers Quarters
1136 Officers Quarters
T137 Officers Quarters
T138 Officers Quarters
1160 Recreation
1325 Barracks
1614 Latrine
1612 Shed
1625 M. P. Station
1621 Salvage Yard Shed
1301 Operations
1320 Gas Building
1975 Engineer Office
7977 Squadron Arament
7982 Reclamation Shed
T1107 Maintenance
T204 Office
7325 Barracks
770 Equipment Shed
774 Veterinary Shop
T107 Engineering Office
Target Range House
7113 Target Latrine *
Building Building Name
T114 Post Office
T181 Latrine
T182 Latrine
T183 Latrine
T184 Latrine
T185 Latrine
T186 Latrine
T201 Administration
T202 Supply Room
T203 Headquarters
T205 Guard Gate
T210 Barracks
T211 Barracks
T212 Barracks
T213 Barracks
T214 Barracks
T230 Recreation
T240 Mess Hall
T250 Latrine
T353 Paint Shop
T354 Warehouse
T394 Mobile Training
T395 Fire Chief Office
T1300 Skeet Troop House
T1301 Skeet Troop House
T1302 Latrine
T606 Store House
T620 Warehouse
T914 Warehouse
T969 Warehouse
T971 Supply Building
T973 Office
T983 Flight Line Building
T999 Sentrv Box
T309 Fire Station
T303 Operations Building
T66 Dispatch Office
T371 Drivers School Building
T392 Administration
T324 Barracks
T326 Barracks
T376 Barracks
T109 Barracks
T110 Barracks
FKIUKITY HOLDERS: These wHl be available to the following priority
holders, in the order listed, for ten (10) days beginning March 12, 1947,
»nc ending March 22, 1947:
(1) Government Agencies
(2) Reconstruction Finance Corporation (for resale to small busi
ness.)
W > State and local government.
(4'Non-Profit institutions.
CERTIFIERS UNDER THE VETERANS EMERGENCY HOUSING
PROGRAM AND NON-PRIORITY HOLDERS:
Any buildings and fixtures not claimed by the above priority hold
ers within the ten (10) day period will be available to the following in
Ire orders listed for a period of twenty (20) days beginning March 12,
1947. and ending April 1, 1947.
(a) For sale to persons certifying to the U. S. Government that
(1) they are eligible under Housing Priorities Regulation 7
to purchase the structures; and (2) they will use or sell the
materials derived from the structures in accordance with that
regulation.
A copy of Housing Expediter Priorities Regulation 7 may be
obtained at the nearest National Housing Agency Office or at
the War Assets Administration Office shown below.
For sale to non-priority holder;.
Bids for specific buildings and fixtures may be subject to re
jection in the event that a priority holder establishes a claim
therefor during the ten (10) day period during which availability
is first made to priority holders. '
Informaiton as to buildings claimed by priority holders can
obtained at the address shown below.
New bids may be submitted during the ten (10) days following
*le expiration of the period reserved for the priority holders in the
♦vent that ihe buildings on which original bids have been claimed by
♦ priority holder.
Disposal of these buildings and fixtures individually, or in
*veh groups as War Assets Administration may determine, will be to
‘be highest responsible bidder, who submits an acceptable sealed bid,
iccompanied by cashier's check, certified check, or United States Post
'"ice Money Order, in an amount representing ten (10) per cent of the
total amount of such bid.
SUBMISSION OF BIDS
All bids must be submitted on forms and in accordance with
Instructions and conditions now available at the War Assets Administra
*'nn 31 the address given at the bottom of this advertisement. Bids not
Submitted on these specific forms will be rejected.
Bids will be publicly opened at:
WAR ASSETS ADMINISTRATION
Office of Real Property Disposal
317 South Tryon Street
Charlotte 2. North Carolina
Time — 10:00 a. m. — April 8, 1947
Address all specific inquires and proposals to:
WAR ASSETS ADMINISTRATION
Office of Real Property Disposal
317 South Tryon Street
Charlotte 2, North Carolina
RETURN COUPON
Assets Administration
_fnce of Real Property Disposal
I. South Tryon Street
Charlotte 2. North Carolina
„ RE: Bluethenthal Field
Gentlemen:
Please send me an “Invitation to Bid” and “Bid Form.
Kami:: .
STREET: ..
CITY: .
STATE- .
. CN-89-1
SMlI.lv~i7ry -- " MYSTERIOUS GLAMOUR GAL
PSfe ^BUTRATRACE WT WELL, THAT'S 1 ^ I MET HEP IN SOUTH FAl>I AUTOS, ROLLER. COASTERS,TSABLE LOOKS LIRE A1
r -<?/ THATL-L TARE' WSABLE’S WOREXl Rf AMERICA AND TRIED ffc MOTORCYCLES AN STUNT PLANES JCUDDLE BUNDLE BUT
aerial CIRCUS VA A MINT OF A SHE'I AGREED I TO sell her MY usual Hk seem to be her ONLY , ^ ACTUALLY shes just.
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CoutmyCo£Ifretrh0fore d?°r °f N>w Han°ver
Z , 1 “le and sell at public
calh ^ ®nd highcst bidder for
r-ml, Vu ,t,to confirmation by the
tha f°ll°wmg described property
ton N c -bemg “ the City of Wilraing
ofegmthe 6 w *!“ p°,ipt of Intersection
ot tne Western IJne of Thirteenth
Street with the Southern line of Orange
and running thence from said
beginning ■ Southwardly along the
hne ,°£ Thirtetnth Street 33
thence Westwardly and parallel
with Orange Street 165 feet- thence
Northwardly and parallel with Thir
teenth street 33 feet to the Southern
lme of Orange Street; thence East
wards along the Southern line of
Orange Street 1G5 feet to the point of
begmning; the same being part of
L«£ ln, Block 137 according to the
Nortlf ca'rolina.the City °£ Wilraipgt°p
This is a resale of the above describ
Hlmr°Periy’ a Previous sale having been
held on the lith day of February, 1947
a? ■!SCreS.led bid having been duly
Wltbl" the tlme alowed by law.
Bidding will start at $1895.25. which is
the amount of the increased bid
The successful bidder will be required
to deposit 10% of his bid with the Com
missioner.
Dated and posted this the 11th day of
Februray, 1947.
CLAYTON C. HOLMES
Commissioner
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEW HANOVER ,
MARY K. HARBINSON
VS:
M. DURWOOD HARBINSON
The defendant, M. Durwood Harbin
s'51'. will take notice that an action en
titled as above has been commenced in
the Superior Court of New Hanover
County to obtain by the plaint ff an ab
solute divorce from the defendant upon
the ground that the plaintiff and defen
dant have lived separate and apart for
----
180—Legal
more than two years next preceding the
commencement of this action. And the
defendant will further take notice that
Ai ?S rec*u*red to appear before the
Clerk of the Superior Court o- New Hart
over County on or before the 30th day
of April, 1947, and answer or otherwise
plead to the complaint in said action, or
the plaintiff will apply to the Court for
the relief demanded in said complaint.
This the 4th day of March.
A. L. MEYLAND,
Clerk of Superior Court
___New Hanover Countv
Having qualified f.s Administratrix of
the Estate of the late T. W. Callihan,
deceased, of the State of North Caro-,
line, County of New Hanover, This is
to notify all persons having claims
againsl said estate to exhibit them to the
undersigned, Post Office Box 996, Wil
mington, North Carolina, on or before
the 12 day of February, A. D. 1948, or
this notice will be pleaded in bar of
their recovery. All persons indebted to
the estate wil please make immediate
payment.
This 12 day of February, 1947.
MYRTLE C. BOEHM
Administratrix of the Estate of
T. W. CALLIHAN, deceased.
DWIGHT MCEWEN,
Attorney.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
BEFORE THE CLERK
NOTICE SERVING SUMMONS
BY PUBLICATION
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
NEW HANOVER COUNTY
MABEL V. BORNEMANN
VS.
MARY ELIZABETH LOFTIS AND HUS
BAND, LEONARD A. LOFTIS, LOUIS
B. BORNEMANN, JR., AND WIFE,
KATHERINE BALFOUR BORNEMANN,
HENRY D. BORNEMANN, DOROTHY
SUE PLATT AND HUSBAND, P. B.
PLATT, DORIS PICKARD AND HUS
BAND, DR. H. M. PICKARD, MAR
GARET PICKARD AND HUSBAND, J.
C. PICKARD. JANICE CELESTE PICK
ARD, MARGARET LOIS PICKARD, and
all persons in esse or not in esse, who
have or might claim any interest in and
to the lands and premises devised in
the last Will and Testament of Christian
H. Bornemann. deceased
THE DEFENDANTS, Mary Elizabeth
Loftis, Leonard A. Loftis, Louis B
Bornemann, Jr., and Katherine Balfour
Bornemann will take notice that an
action entitled as above has been com
menced in the Superior Court of New
Hanover County, to sell, at public sale,
the real estate described in the Com
plaint, in which the said defendants
have a contingent remainder, and to
pay over to the plaintiff, from the pro
ceeds of said sale, in cash, the amount
TEN APPLICANTS
FOR NAVY UNDERGO
PHYSICAL EXAMS
Ten applicants for enlistment
in the navy have been sent to
Raleigh this week to undergo
final physical examinations as a
prerequisite to service, the
Wilmington recruiters said
yesterday.
They are as follows:
Lennis Evans, Laurinburg: L.
J. McCauley, Wagram; Hugh
D. Mercer, Bolivia: Thomas H.
Wolfe, Leland; David G. Martin,
Wilmington, all for re-enlistment;
and John M. Guy, Jr., Burgaw;
Leon B. Crowley, Elizabethtown;
Joe Horvath, Burgaw; J. S.
Page, Elizabethtown; and Earl
Woods, Laurinburg.
180—Legal
represented by her life estate in said
premises. And the said defendants will
further take notice that they are re
quired to appear at the office of the
Clerk of Superior Court of said County
in the Court Honse in Wilmirgton, N.
C., within 30 days after the 2Pih day of
March, 1947, and answer or demur to the
complaint in said action or the plain
tiff will apply to the court for the re
lief demanded.
This the 26th day of February. 1947.
A. L. MEYLAND
Clerk of Superior Court.
By: LOIS J. WARD
Asst. Clerk Superior Court.
ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
Having qualified as Administratrix,
c. t. a., d. b. n., of the Estate of Dan D.
George, late of New Hanover County,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims against the Estate
of the said deceased to exhibit them to
the undersiaied, care Post Office Box
No. 207, Wilmington, North Carolina, on
or before the 26th day of February, 1948,
or this notice will be pleaded in bar of
recovery.
All persons indebted to said estate
will please make immediate payment.
This the 25th day of February, 1947.
CORA G. WAGOMON.
Administratrix, c. t. a., d. b. n.,
of the Estate of Dan D. George,
Deceased.
I m not really as sick as Emma told you on the phone,
Doc—-just hankering for a checker game like we used to
nave when your office was over my store!”
DAILY CROSSWORD
ACROSS DOWN 20. Pant
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hazelnut drically fluid
4. Cut the 2. Greek coin 22.2,000 lbs.
hair short 3. Morsel 24. Brilliant
7. Desert 4. Method of color
(Asia) executing 25. Apex
8. Wine color 26. Plant with
receptacles designs cleansing
10. Tumult 5. Leave out properties
11. A faint 6. Forbid 28. Eject
color 7. Classify 29. Narrow
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13. Abyss 12. Distant (geol.)
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measure grassland boat
16. Public 15. Snare 34. Right to
notice 17. Particle of control
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^ W I WAS ON EASV Y YPU CAN’T FOOL ^ T A LITTLE X WE SYMPATHIZE, IT’S AN IDEA 1
YES, SIR. MY CAR ] SO YOU HAP%j I 6TREET WiTH THAT US, AVERY. VOU’VE I PROPERTV, YES. PONT WE, WILMER. IT ‘
COLLAPSEP JUST TO TELL |! D0UGH COMING IN. GOT PROPERTY B BUT THAT SKEEZIX? PONT WOULP BE ’
TWO PAYS BEFORE 5PINPANGLE I - I N0W ^ POOf? As SCATTEREP ALL H POESN’ i MEAN YOU THINK WE OUR GOOP
I WAS GOING TO THE PEAL Sv. A CHURCH MOUSE. OVER THIS TOWN, ANYTHING WHEN COULP HELP THI5 PEEP FOR -
GET 9900 FOR IT.' WAS OFF S V0U NEH? POOR MAN OUT? THE
^ y-yr-i reapy cash.
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DR. BOBBS__ _
J .v. tv.Asdle^Z^] f— AND*THIS"dR.BOBBS SAVs" 1 fl'M HOPING AND PRAViNG ) fio.VlMIE'S MOTHER IS DUE ON THE 1
— ; ■ ——TT- THAT THE ANTELOPE BOV IS IT IS MY LITTLE BOV/(r“J 4:45 GOSH,I HOPE THIS WORKSJ
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'7 THERE...AND KIMMIE,DISAPPEARED THESE COUNTRY ON NOTHING MORE
A CRYIN SHAME IT - PAST WEEKS THAN A HUNCH ...UM-MM.,,
IS THAT YOU GET THE 1 KMb fc
DOUGH AND CREDIT
FOR MY ABjyjy.
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THE GUMPS- ~ “ TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE •
1 — - ~1 SPOOLS OF WIRE
r PIECE OF ROCK
! JUST AUTTLE PILE OF LOOKS LIKE SALT—
I JUNK/ SO THIS IS BY SOLLY/ IT MUST
' UNCLE WONDERFUL'S BE—SURE/ THAT'S IT/
! <jREAT INVENTION/ CAN'T BE ANYTHING
l D-DONT UNDERSTAND/ ELSE/
ORPHAN ANNIE SHE WENT THAT WAY
THAT'S AN IDEA- ItL
GO TO THAT CORNER-AND
WAIT- I'LL WAIT ALL
DAV-ALL NIGHT-FOR A
WEEK IF I HAVE 70
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OUT OUR WAY ~~ By J. R. WILLIAMS
THEY WANT TO MAKE '
SURE IT’S GONE
GIVE A PLOWBOY
A BOOK, YOU LOSE
A PLOWBOY—BUT GIV
A PLOWBOY ONE OF
. THEM AND HE’S
A COWBOY/ ,
OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE
’ AI4 THERE, MY TADPOLES/ EGAD, BUTX WAS 3UST
you've certainly had your N0SES^^gg|> thinking,
Buried in your boors lately/uncle amos,
—those little minds need oh.ok.'^I i'dliretc ■#,
RECREATION —LEANDER, ARE Jf THAT'S PAINT A FOR- *
YOU LETTING YOUR ART UNCLE }■>{TRAIT OF SOME ••
TALENT GO TO SEED ? I T&gX AMOS'S WAY AO WONDERFUL *<
hayent seen you at |Top satins character /
YOUR PAINTING | "GUILTY/"-F \ WILL YOU POSE
^ECENTD/Zy-^^^^^p^ ^EAN^FCR ME ?
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