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^TffnficATK OF DECREASE OF
CEB CAPITAL STOCK
JEAR TERMINAL COMPANY
c'"fc real- Terminal Company has de
CaPa its capital stock to 480 shares
trC<l mm on stock, without nominal or
of c°n, bv retiring and cancelling
par ' arcs' ni preferred stock and 320
200 >,ia cpmmon stock once issued but
slt«res m re cquired by the corpora
f(Mequn in accordance with action by
!ic”:iikho1ders taken on April 28, 1947.
Ite s‘-°CKn R L Milligan,
Secretary
„— -' NOTICE
„dcrsigned having qualified as
’^E,r“v 0f the Estate of Edward L.
s- deceased, lale oi the County «f
D*'1S’Hanover, this is to notify all
having claims against said
Jtfrsons, present them to the undersign
pt*tc ,,,,7 princess Street, Wilmington,
it at U'rojina on or before the 10th
yortk _ 1948. or this notice will be
do’01, in' bar of their recovery.. All
indebted to the said Estate will
P"«e make immediate payment to the
k-A 7th day of May. 1947.
Jiped this NETTyE d davis
Exectunx
J c Wessell. Jr.. Attorney._
- NOTICE
... Tiif SUPERIOR COURT
.Tf OF NORTH CAROLINA,
STvtv OF NEW HANOVER, TRED
c0lrNTH FFRBISS VS GERTRUDE G.
^Defendant above named. Gertrude
Trt"i! " ill take notice that an action
G ’ j -s above has been commenced
ent:r cmcrior Court of Hew Har.over
to tfl.C North Carolina, the said action
C , 1'"absolute divorce on the grounds
II years separation; that the said
of will further take notice that
III reauired to appear before the
*he < (i,e Superior Court of New
County. North Carolina, at
in the City of Wilmington, in
"fj «t»te on or before twenty-seven
Bld ;,'Vr the 22nd day of May, 1947. and
or Demur to the Complaint of
A' Plaintiff in said action or the Piain
'i'u will thereafter apply to the Superior
J!“rt jn sj,(i County and State for the
demanded in said Complaint,
the 22nd day of April, 1847.
™ A. L- MEYLAND
Clerk of the Superior Cou.i
By : Lois J. Ward
Asst. Clerk Superior Court
it L Farmer. Attorney for
plaintiff_
•-notice of sale
Bv virtue of an order of the Superior
-Jrt of Now Hanover County, In a
ial proceeding wherein Victoria W.
ILtert (widow i and all the heirs of
,t_ f Walters, deceased, are Darties,
undersigned Commissioner will ex
„ (or sale at the Courthouse door in
Wlmington. N. C.. at 12:00 o’clock Noon
„r Saturday the 17th day of May, 1947,
tar cash, the following described lands:
tying and being in New Hanover
CRinty. North Carolina, and described
It follows:
BEGINNING at the intersection of the
Southern line of Alabama Avenue with
(he Western line of Elm Street and runs
(hence Westwardly with the Southern
line of Alabama Avenue, 83 feet; thence
Southwardly and parallel with Elm
S(ree*. !3o feet; thence Eastwardly and
parallel with Alabama Avenue, 83 feet
to the Western edge of Elm Street:
thence Northwardly -with the Western
odge of Elm Street. 135 feet to the Be
ginning: being a part of Block 21 of
Summer Hill, according to the plat
registered in the Book of Lands and
Dowers. A. at page 557 of the Register
of Deeds Office of New Hanover Coun
ty. North Carolina.
The purchaser will deposit ten per
eent (10%) of the bid at the lime of
the sale, and the sale will be subject
!n confirmation by the Court. All par
lie* may bid.
This, the 16th day of April, 1947.
ISAAC C. WRIGHT
Commissioner
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEW HANOVER
Under and by virtue of the power of
itie contained in a certain deed of trust
«nd chattel mortgage executed the 12th
day of September. 1946. by Hubert L.
Scoggins to Harriss Newman. Trustee
for the Morris Plan Bank of Wilmington,
now The Bank of Wilmington, duly
recorded in the office of the Register of
Deeds of New Hanover County, in
Book 396. at Page 433; and under and
by virtue of the power of sale contain
ed in another deed of trust and chattel
mortgage executed the 29th day of
January, 1947, by Hubert L. Scoggins
to Harriss Newman, Trustee for Fin
ance. Incorporated, duly recorded in the
office of the Register of Deeds of New
Hanover County, in Book 3S3, at Page
M: default having been made in the
payment of the notes secured by the
aforesaid deeds of trust and chattel
mortgages, and request having been
made by the said The Bank of Wil
mington and the said Finance, Incor
porated upon the said Trustee lor the
sale of the property described by the
aforesaid deeds of trust and chattel
mortgages, the undersigned will expose
tor sale, to the highest bidder, for cash,
at the Court House door In the City of
Wilmington. County of New Hanover.
North Carolina, on the 16th day of
June, 1947, at 12:00 Noon, the following
described real estate, located in the City
of Wilmington, County of New Han
over. and State of North Carolina,
bounded and described as follows:
BEGINNING at a point in the southern
bne of Grace Street 16 1-2 feet west
•f ifs intersection with the western
kue of Tenth Street, runs thence west
vardly along the southern line of Grace
Sheet 74 feet 6 inches: thence south
wardly and parallel with Tenth Street
^ feet; thence eastwardly and parallel
with Grace Street 87 feet to the right
of-way of the Tide Water Power Com
J*ny: thence northwestwardly along the
nght-of-way of the Tide Water Power
Company 33 feet to the southern line of
Grace Street, the point of BEGINNING,
«nd being part of Lot 1. in Block 199,
according to the official plan of the City
“ Wilmington.
^And the following described per
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Owning Pacific Islands
Has Its Own Drawbacks
By RICHARD BROME
HONOLULU, May 14. —(U.R)_
Owning your own Pacific island
paradise has its drawbacks, Mrs.
Leslie Fullard-Leo said today.
The U. S. Supreme court said
the Fullard-Leos hold title to all
but two of the 52 tiny islands
making up the Palmyra atoll 96
miles south of here.
But a scrap of paper, a 900 per
cent increase in taxes, billions of
mosquitos and a transplanted fern
are all they have to show for an
outlay cf $200,000 and 20 years of
hard work.
Natives of South Africa, the Ful
lard-Leos traveled the seven seas
in search of their dream island
in the hope of growing “peaceful
ly and gracefully old together.”
It may be too late. Mrs. Ful
lard-Leo is 61, her husband is 71.
“We had an idea we could come
to the Pacific and find a place
to settle and develop our family,”
Mrs. Fullard-Leo said.
They came to Hawaii in 1914
and invested in a commercial
lease held by the struggling Hono
lulu company of Palmyra Copra
and fish production. The develop
ment proved too costly and the
couple was left holding lease and
tax bills. They bought the island
in 1922.
“We planned a co-operative set
tlement with other families—kin
dred spirits who wanted to get
away from the rush of modern
commercialism. Each family was
to have its own isle. If they didn’t
want to be bothered with visitors,
they could leave the house flag
down. If they wanted to go visit
180—Legal
sonal property, located in the Studio ot
Telotone Corporation at 109 1-2 Princess
Street:
1 No. BJ-20 Control Cabinet, Serial
No. 1027; 2 No. BJ-1 Console Units,
Serial Nos. 1074 and 1077; 2 No. BJ Lo
cation Installation Books: 2 No. BJ
Studio Equipment Installation Books;
50 No. PV 5 amp. fuses; 1 Automatic
Record Changer (J. Gabriel); 1 No. BJ
Test Unit, together with any and all
other Telotone Corporation phonograph
equipment, supplies, location and instal
lation books and records which are now
owned by the debtor herein, and lo
cated in the budding known and num
bered as 109 1-2 Princess Street, Wil
mington, N. C., and all Telotone Corpora
tion phonograph equipment now install
ed in the following locations: Crystal
Restaurant: 1 45990 BJ 25 60 Location
Amp ; 3 BJ Volume Control; Wall
Boxes: L3112: L3128: L3138; L3131; L3104;
LH37; L3114; L3108; L3133; L3132; L3106;
L3124; L3122; L3147; L3129; L3126;
L3117. Mayflower Grill: L45931 BJ 2560,
1 BJ Control Unit; Wall Boxes: L2511;
L2541; L2501; L2519; L2529; L2520; L2536;
L2544. Roxy Cafe: 1 BJ1 1260 Location
Amp. No. 45936; 1 BJ Volume Control
Unit; L2509; L2550; L2547; L2527: L2528;
L2549; L250C; L2513; L2512. Southern
Kitchen: Wall Boxes Nos. L2532; L253.,
L2543; L2539; L2534: L2522; L2531: 1 Type
BJ Amp. 1260 No. L4595. Rex Grill: 1 BJ1
1250 Location Amplifier No. L45953; 1 Vol
ume Control Unit; Wall Boxes: L2504;
L2515; L2518; L2548; L2545; L2530; L2540;
L2537; L2531. U.S.A. Restaurant: 1 BJ1
1260 Location Amp. No. 45874; 1 Volume
Control Unit; Wall Boxes: L2526; L2510;
L2508; L2516; L2524; L25i7; L2502;
L2546; L2523; L2514; L2525; L2538. Stor
ed in Warehouse at 109 1-2 Princess
Street: 36 Wall Boxes Type BJ1; 3,000
feet 4 conductor cable, together with
j the following personal property located
[ in the premises 920-922 Grace Street,
Wilmington, N. C.: 1 Electric Coca Cola
Box; 1 Warren Beverage Cooler, com
plete with compressor box 41-4596;
compresor No. A-1974; 1 Muzzarelli Beer
Dispenser complete with guage Model
412; 1 Perlick reach-in cooler and con
densing unit, cabinet No. 9048, Unit No.
4A1-493; 1 6x8x6 1-2 Walk-in Cooler
| complete with Kramer Coolmaster Unit,
Serial No. 6286, Model V-90; 1 Gas cook
ing grill; 1 Metal bread warmer; 1 steam
table; 1 canopy for steam table; 1 Back
for steam table; 1 16” exhaust fan: 2
24” pedestal fans; 1 26” exhaust fan;
14 wooden booths, complete; 1 National
Cash Register, Ser. No. 3810349 and all
other furniture, fixtures, equipment and
personal property located on said prem
ises, together with all additions thereto
or replacements which may be placed
in and on said premises during the
time and period of the obligations afore
said. or any renewal thereof. Saffo’s
Restaurant: 1 BJ 2560 Location Amp.;
1 Volume Unit; 20 Wall Boxes. And all
right, title and interest which the said
debtor may have in and to the franchise
given by L. B. McCormick, distributors
for the Telotone Corporation of Chicago,
111.; and fifteen Watling and Kirk
weighing scales located as follows: 1
Murchison Soda Shop; 1—No. 12 S. 2nd
St.; 1—Greenfield Grill; 1—Della B.
Cafe; 1—Maffitt Drug Store; 1—Kures
Beach Cafe; 2—Reynolds, Carolina
Beach, N. C.; 2 Lumina Cafe, Wrights
ville Beach; 1—Sea Side Soda Shop,
Wrightsville Beach; 1 Bus Stop, Wrights
ville Beach; 2 Lewis Service Station,
3rd & Wright Sts ; 1—Cape Fear Sand
wich Shop: and one (1> 1942 Buick 4
Dr. Sedan, Motor No. 4495046, Serial No.
14297482.
Dated and posted this 15th day of
May, 1947.
HARRISS NEWMAN, TRUSTEE
ing, they could row across the la
goon.”
The development of the dream
took time and money. Meanwhile,
the Navy, sensing the need for
military development of the low
lying atoll on the western flank
of the Japanese-mandated islands,
obtained a lease and began de
veloping a seaplane base.
In 1938, the Navy began a fight
to disprove the validity of a land
grant by King Kamehameha IV on
which the Fullard-Leo ownership
is based. The case went through
the Hawaiian courts and the U. S.
Circuit court of Appeals twice be
fore reaching the Supreme court.
Now that they have the island
back, the Fullard-Leos don’t think
their dreams look so rosy.
“The Navy destroyed thousands
of cocoanut trees and copra pro
ducers,” said Mrs. Fullard - Leo.
“They dredge^ a seaplane lane
through three lagoons and made
them all one.”
That, she explained, spoiled
their plans for a submarine park
for which the Department of the
Interior once appropriated $75,000.
“Palmyra once was free of in
sect pests. Now there are millions
of mosquitos and others that mili
tary planes and ships brought in.’’
“And we are getting a little too
old for our dreams of colonizing.”
While their plans faded, the Ful
lard-Leos were content to grow old
peacefully in crowded Oahu. He
was in the contracting business
until recently. She opened one of
Hawaii’s first cement and tile fac
tories, managed the 1924 U. S.
Olympics swimming team at
Paris, toured the Pacific with a
special commission for the Pan
Pacific institute, developed and
raised scarce varieties of pigeons
and canaries and created an ex
tensive garden of African and Ma
layan exotic plants.
Their eldest son studied in Eu
NEW YORK PRODUCE
NEW YORK, May 14—(U.PJ—Pro
duce markets: Potatoes: (dollars
per 100 lbs. unless otherwise indi
cated) steady. Maines Katahdins
No. 1 large 3.60; Katahdins No.
IB 2.00; Green Mts. No. 1 large
3.00- .70; No. 1, 3.35-.60; No. IB
2.00 asked; Green Mts. 50 lbs. I
1.55-.85; Calif. Long Whites No. 1,
4.00- .50; No. IB 2.50-3.50; No. 1
50 lbs 2.25; Green Mts. No. 1, 50
lbs Idaho Russets No. 1, 4.90;
Idaho No. 1A 50 lbs 2.50 bid; Con
necticut Green Mts. No. IB 50 lbs
1.00 asked; Green Mts. No. 1,
3.50; Floridas Sebagos No. 1, 2.75
4.00 No. IB 1.7*3.00; 50 lbs Sebago
No. 1, 1.75-2.50; No. IB 1.00-.25;
New Brunswick Katahdins No. 1,
3.50; Texas Red Bliss No. 1A
50 lbs 3.00-.25.
Sweet potatoes: (bushels bas
kets) steady. New Jersey, Jersey
type No. 1, 1.75-2.50; % bushels
1.35-.50; mediums 1.00; processed
2.50-.75.
Live poultry: Unsettled. Turkeys
hens 32-36; toms 25; roosters old
18; ducks Long Island 28-30; ducks
N. J. 25; rabbits all varieties 25
30; fowls 31-49; broilers 33-35;
i pullets 33-53.
rope and wound up in Hollywood
where he acts under the name
Leslie Vincent. He recently com
pleted work in a bit part in “For
ever Amber.”
Their island is occupied. The
Navy is completing its final tasks
at the base but the Civil Aero
nautics Authority has taken over
radio and weather facilities and is
using it as an emergency field for
Australia and Samoa - bour.d
planes.
The Fullard-Leos are making no
new plans. They are apprehensive
the Navy now will start condem
nation proceedings and force them
to sell.
“Anyway,” Mrs. Fullard - Leo
said, “since the Navy ‘improved’
the island, the territory of Hawaii
has increased the tax rate 900 per
cent/*___
con*. 1M7 BY WEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. RCQ. U. %. PAT. Off.
£■!£
“Don’t you think we’d better wait till Dad gets home to
start digging? He likes to turn the first spadeful of dirt
and then boss the job!”
DAILY CROSSWORD
ACROSS 39. Footless 16. Chills and
1. Dancer's 40. Lamprey fever
cymbals 41. Lair 17. Demand, as
4. Child’s DOWN payment
game 1* A kind of 21. State
7. Certain garment flower
8. Flower 2. Land- of Utah
10. Apparent measures 22. Clergyman
ends of 3. Meadow (colloq.)
Saturn's 4. Leg bon* 23. Light knock
rings 5. Melody 24. Resort
11. Spin, as a *■ Encircled 25. Listens
coin (Scot.) Skipper 26. Little girl
12. Parson-bird fish 27. Barked at
13. A tiara 9- Slumber 28. Metallic
15. Place of 12 Flap rock
pastoral 13- Obscure 30. Species of
simplicity ' 14 Lusterless pepper
Yesterday'* Answer
31. Citrus fruit.
33. Touchy
(slang)
36. Zander
about idly
37. Mimic
18. Meadow
19. Through
20. Area around
a tooth
21. Clan (Irish)
22. Demand, as
payment
23. Color
24. Foot covering
26. Droop in the
middle
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Ordnance
(abbr.)
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clubs (Loo)
30. Having
two poles
32. Comes up
34. Organ of sight
[35; A unit of
velocity
(naut.)
36. Plucky
(colloq.)
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respect
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