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,39_Radio And Repairs
'nToId" AND ELECTRIC
MOTOR REPAIR CO.
caPIOS. REFRIGERATION
MOTORS.
HOME APPLIANCES
Guaranteed Workmanship
Reasonable Prices
s24 s. 3rd St._Dial 2-815H
"‘‘WeTKnow Radios”
\Atli GIVE GUARANTEED
* Service on repairs and re
placements. Our repairmen
gre experts and know their
’ W I LSON’S
APPliance SaIes & Service
123 Grace St._Dial 7817
JTTTo"SERVICE, oickun and de
'llvei onlv. Dial 2-2347. H. W.
Ho - ard._
Kadio. Refrigeration and
Appliance Service
BLAKE BROS.
gtb and Castle St. and
Carolina Beach
Tour Westinghouse Dealer
Dial 2-2790
150—Heal Estate & Dealers
JigE”PRICES and quick sales
jjst ycur property with Hughes
j. Higgins, Realtors. Phone
76: . __
vTseITthe earth. Foster Hill
jtealty Co.. 112 Princess street.
Dial 2-3371.
-RICHARD A. SHEW
REALTY COMPANY
SALES A SPECIALTY
513 Prince's_Dial 2-2160
jjOOPER JOHNSON, Real Estate.
114 princess street. Phone 6118
days, 6749 nights.
JjsT YOUR property for sale
with Willetts Realty Co., 124
princess street. Office Phone
5233.__
E"m". HEWLETT Realtor — buy,
sell, rent, trade. 214 Princess
street. Dial 7138.
w ALBERT BROWN, Real
Estate. Let us sell for you.
Homes, business property or
business. 2305 Market street.
Dial 2-3227.
jpOR TOP prices list your real
estate with W. A. McGrit, Real
tor. 215 Princess street.
MOORE-FONVIELLE Realty Co
We are equipped to serve you.
"Teal estate!”
BUYING OR SELLING
MARSHALL REALTY CO.
210 Princes'Dial 2-1752
155- Seeds, Plants, Bnlbs
SEEDS. SPRAYS, spray materials,
dusts, dusters, for farm, garden,
lawn. Cross Seed Co. Dial 6868.
HEADQUARTERS FOR hybrid
corn, soybeans, pasture mixtures,
lawn grasses and everything for
; the garden. T. W. Wood & Sons.
156- Sit., Work Wanted
STATIONARY STEAM engineer
wants permanent job. Exper
ienced in all types boilers,
pumps, auxiliaries. Write box R.
C. care Star-News,
Situation wanted: Young
lady experienced in typing,
shorthand, bookkeeping, filing,
comptometry, billing, recording,
and general office work, desires
position in Wilmington. Available
first part of June. Contact Miss
Margaret Mattingly at 17 North
Nansemond Street, Richmond.
Va.
flXPERIENCED MEAT_c utter
wants job. Write Box B-X Care
Star-News.
160—Transportation, Storage
PIGFORD’S LONG distance mov
ing and local hauling. Dial 2-8383.
HYDRICK'S TRANSFER—Moving
and hauling, 312 Calhoun Drive.
Maffitt Village. Phone 2-2322,
162—Travel Opportunities
CALL THE Carolina Motor club for
complete world-wide travel and
reservat.on service. Telephone
number 5693.
For QUICK reservation and tick
et service on National Arlines
and all world air and steamship
lines, see or call us. We help
plan vacations anywhere, every
where. Wilmington Travel Agen
cy. 128 Princess street. Phone
2-1037; night phone 2-1449.
SCIENTIST CHURCHES
STUDY ‘PROBATION’ ON
SUNDAY AS LESSON
“Probation After Death” was
in°^ tbe Lesson-Sedmon
n all Chnstian Science churches
nd societies on Sunday, April 27.
The Golden Text from 1 Corinth
>ans 15: 19, 20: “if in this "jg,
only we have hope in Christ, we
aie of all men most miserable.
But now is Christ risen from the
^ ""I become ^e first fruits
of them that slept.”
Am°ng the citations comprising
tile Lesson-Sermon were the fol
lowing from the Bible: “Who shall
ascend into the hill of the Lord?
or who shall stand in his holy
place? He "hat hath clean hands
and a pure heart; who hath not
lifted up his soul unto vanity, nor
sworn deceitfully” Psalm 24: 3,
4)- Anb from “Science and Health
with Key to the Scriptures” by
Mary Baker Eddy: “If man is
never to overcome death, why do
the Scnpturer say, -The last enemy
that shall be destroyed is death?’
The tenor of the Word shows that
we shall obtain the victory over
death in proportion as we over
come sin” (Page 427).
SHIPPING NEWS
IN PORT
Tanker
S. S. R. P. Smith, bearing car
80 of petroleum products. Cape
Fear Terminal, agents.
S. S. Monmouth from Ft. Ever
glades, Fla., with petroleum pro
ducts for the Shell Oil company.
Heide and company, agent.
INWARD BOUND
Tankers
S. S. Bunker Hill from Houston,
Texas, with petroleum products for
Shell Oil company.
S. S. Bulkfuel, with petroleum
products from Texas port, Cape
Fear Terminal, agents.
S. S. Spring Hill, with petroleum
products from Texas port. Cape
Fear Terminal, agents.
REFITTING FOR DUTY
Lay-up Ships
S. S. Calvin Coolidge from lay
up, Heide and company, agents.
S. S. Felipe de Vera, Heide and
company, agents.
S. S. David R. LaCrow, Heide
and company, agents.
S. S. Joe C. S. Blackburn, C. D.
Maffitt, agent.
S. S. Stephen Vincent Benet, C.
D. Maffitt, agent.
S. S. Charles P. Steinmetz, C. D.
Maffitt, agent
171—Wanted To Buy, Rent
WANTED TO rent: Young lady
moving to Wilmington first part
June desires either 2 or 3 room
apartment, room with kitchen
privileges, or room with board.
Contact Miss Margaret Matting
ly. 17 North Nansemond street,
Richmond Virginia.
Wanted To Buy
Here’s The Number
5497
THAT PAYS YOU MORE for
Electric Refrigerators, Ice
Boxes, Oil Stoves.
CALL
5497
ALL TYPES and size regrigera
tors, Hub Furniture co., 103 S.
Front st.. dial 2-0468.
GOOD USED planer and matcher
with profiler, circular resaw, one
15. one 20 and one 75 HP Electric
motors. Carolina Builders Supply
Co., Box 366, Phone 9830. fiur
gaw, N, C, _
180—Legal
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that William
M. Saleeby has purchased the interest
of Mitchell Saleeby in the business lo
cated at 115 Dock Street. Wilmington,
N. C., operated a a “M. Saleeby”. and that
William M. Saleeby is now the sole own
er. This April 1, 1947. Signed:
Mitchell Saleeby
William M. Saleeby
4-20 I
COPS. m7 BY NEA SERVICE. !WC. T. M. SEC. U. S. PAT. OfF. ..1
“That client is awfully hard to convince that a picture of
a pretty girl, will sell ax handles!
SMILIN’ JACK _
” USING THE KIGftT
AND NOW THAT ^^B PSycHOLOGY.yOU
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OUTSTANDING K NIECE TO KILL
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RIGHT-SABLES W-TUgN WHCWI
PAP WROTE HIS THE FORTUNE WELL
WILL SO THAT MARRY AS AGR-EEP ANP
THE BULK. OF TH' SHARE OUR. WEALTH /_,
LOTTALOTTA
FORTUNE GOES
TO GABLE
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LITTLE TUTWlLER—
AFTER r GET THE
FORTUNE, I WILL.
\_DISPOSE OF
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by
POOP. STUPIP, >
CARLOTTA—AFTER.
SHE GETS THE
FORTUNE ANP
MARRIES ME, I WILL
DISPOSE OF HER /
STASSEN ENROCTE
SHANNON. Eire, April 27_(A>i—
Harold E. Stassen. former Republi
can governor of Minnesota who has
been on a tour of Europe, left
Shannon by air tonight for the
United States.
He said he would not make a
statement on his observations in
Europe, including a visit to Rus
sia, until after he confers with
Republican leaders.
ON MERCY TRIP
ROTTERDAM. Holland, April 27
-(TP)—Film Star Rita Hayworth ar
rived today on the liner Veendam
and visited Dutch tulip fields. Miss
Hayworth is on what she de
scribes as a "mercy trip’’ to Eu
rope, and tomorrow will go to
the convalscence home for troops
and underground workers at Haar
lem.
BAPTIST HOUR TO BE
HELD TUESDAY NIGHT
AT CENTRAL BAPTIST
A Baptist Hour, providing inter
esting discussions on Evangelism.
Missions, Christian Education and
other denominational objectives,
will be held at Central Baptist
church, Seventh and Red Cross
streets, tomorrow night at 8 o'clock.
The personnel of the leadership
session will include three repre
sentatives from each of the local
Negro Baptist congregations, as
well as those churches within the
immediate environs.
The Reverend Thomas Kilgore,
executive secretary of the general
Baptist State Convention of North
Carolina, and Dr. O. S. Bullock,
chairman of the executive commit
tee of the convention, will also be
in attendance.
This Funny World
“So you’re Jane’s mother. I would have sworn you were sisters.”
STAR GAZER*
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May 22
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VIRGO
Aug. 24
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--By CLAY H. POLLAN
, To develop Message tor Monday,
read words corresponding to num
bers of your Zodiac birth sign.
1 Bet
2 You
3 Make
4 Don’t
5 Bet
r» ah
7 Your
H Be
9 Keep
10 May
11 A
12 Arrogancs
33 Personal
14 Your
15 Hear
16 Affairs
17 Grand
iS Is
10 Gn
26 Pleasant /
21 Well
22 Guard
23 Appointments
24 A
25 Financial
26 Money
27 Will
28 Against
29 Get
30 Give
31 Interfere
32 Go
33 Opportunity
34 Good
35 Promptly
36 Surprising
37 A
38 For
39 Start
40 Both
41 Can
42 Love
43 Be
44 News
45 Support
46 From
47 Long
48 Other*
49 With
50 And
51 May
52 You
53 Body
51 And
55 Settle
56 Bills
57 Business
58 Make
69 An
60 Today
61 Mind
62 No
63 The
64 A
65 Unexpected
f>6 Marriage
67 Losses
6.8 First
69 Whom
7*i Made
71 Ways.
73 Source
73 Rest
74 Today
75 Move
76 Come
77 Set-backs
78 indicated
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DAILY CROSSWORD
ACROSS
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nickname
4. Small
explosion
7. Deep, flat
bottomed
boat
8. Send forth
10. So. Am.
republic
12. Measure of
land
13. Oils of rose
petals
15. Tunisian
ruler
16. Lever
17. Therefore
18. Bone
(Anatomy)
19. Part of
a lock
20. Reimbursed
22. Fruit
23. Witch
(Colloq.,
U. S.)
24. Matured
26. Cupid
27. Jumbled type
29. Lutecium
(sym.)
30. Slight taste
31. Carting
vehicle
32. Canal
between
Atlantic and
Pacific
35. Wind
instrument
36. So. Am.
republic
38. Wheaten
flour
39. Droops in
the middle
(0. Varying
weight
(Ind.)
41. Epoch
DOWN
1. Repentant
2. Incite
3. Hole in a
needle
4. Trifling
5. Leave out
6. Pineapple
(So. Am.)
7. Cyprinoid
fishes
6. Ankles
11. Not any
(colloq.)
12. Fuss
14. Turf
16. Pin
19. Young goat
20. Animal
enclosure
21. Hewing tool
22. Iron (sym.)
23. Chance
24. Lofty
mountain
25. A pear
shaped fruit
(So. Am.)
26. Pres, of
Mexico
(d. 1915)
27. Brazilian
province
(poss.)
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30. Daub
31. Russian river
33. Seines
34. Poker stake
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FEELING THAT I KNEW HIM
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TIME AGO/ TM
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THANK XXL
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OF FUN FOP VKI? / "LITTLE WIDGET-’!
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GRAY*
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