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The Wilmington morning star. [volume] (Wilmington, N.C.) 1909-1990, September 16, 1947, Image 3

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OF OFFICERS MAY
ATTEND ORC CAMP
Voluntary, No-Pay Period
To Be Held At Fort
Bragg, Oct. 4-5
rfserve officers of the Army
■ •forces are also invited to at
tiie voluntary, no-pay camp
(Fort Bragg on October 4 and
« on the same conditions as
‘ forth for Ground For
, officers, Col Andrew H.
a-rris Jr., commander of the
,?5nd ' Organized Reserve Com
ojite group, announced yester
dar.
Those attending the camp will
J given the opportunity of ob
7,,ing the firing of all weapons
’ . operation of the latest equip
*Lnt at the large Artillery post,
j?' wiU also witness an air
tactical jump and other
tatiresting operational activities,
Col. Harriss said.
Detailed information, he add
, has already been furnished
Individual reserve officers.
Additional information is ob
tainable «t headquarters of the
Sand group, in Room 8 in the
Lrtofi,.ce. Application forms may
L mailed directly to the Senior
fXctor, ORC, Box 311, Ra
y«h or to the local Artillery
Junior, ORC, Box 874, Wil
mington.
All spolieations must be in the
of the Senior instructor
^ Raleigh not later than Sep
Jmnber 25. _
EXAMINERS issue
LICENSES TO 20,940
DURING AUGUST
RALEIGH, Sept. 15.— tan _
During August, the 100 examin
es for the State Department
of Motor vehicles approved 20,
140 applicants for driving per
mit* and rejected the applica
tions of 3,832, S. L. Gaynor, Jr.
isciitant director of the highway
,gfetv division reported today.
Revenue collected from li
•tnset totaled $35,416.50 for the
ttonth.
Of the licenses approved, 14,
423 were operators’ licenses, 4,
111 were duplicates to replace
lost licenses and 2,215 were is
sued to chauffers.
Gaynor said the great majority
if the operators’ licenses went
to persons whose last names be
gin' with A or B, who are now
being issued new licenses.
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HOUSEWIVES WATCH
PRICE TAGS HERE;
NO BUYERS STRIKE
Wilmington housewives looked
closeiy at price tags on food
stuffs yesterday as rumors of a
possible local buyers’ strike fail
ed to materialize.
National Grocer’s association
figures showed food prices in
many cases as much as 31 per
cent higher than last week as
Republican Presidential Candi
date Senator Robert Taft of Ohio
said prices could be remedied if
people would “eat less extrav
agantly.”
Lacol housewives heeded a re
port of the daily index of whole
sale prices which showed record
high prices on 30 super-sensi
tive commodities which reflect
price trends.
The local buyers, according to
several housewives queried, were
using the greatest care to choose
proper-diet foods from among
those which were still within
reach of their pocketbooks.
Dial 2-3311 For Newspaper Service
vREBELS WIN
LANETT, Ala., Sept. 15.—(U.R)
—The Valley Rebels were cham
pions of the Georgia-Alabania
League today after defeaitng the
Opelika Owls 7 to 4 Satur lay
night to take their fourth game in
the finaly Shaughnessy playoff
series. Player manager Jess Dan
na hurled his team to victory.
GoodMatmnff.
wasjroHJ^/
sfcwea i
Afreet T
Banner Sales Day
Sell©
LIMITED NUMBER
SABLE CONEY (OATS
AND
RED FOX JACKETS
’69
*
VALUES TO $159.50!
A thrilling fur sale for Tuesday only!
Gorgeous long haired natural red fox jack
ets, sparkling new lustrous coney, in this
season’s newest silhouette, with finest qual
ity satin linings! Tremendous value! Buy
your fur Tuesday. Save up to one half and
more!
214 NORTH FRONT STREET
TUESDAY-BARGAIN BALCONY
_ * A
^ 1 ,x L, ^. uw.wCTmiftyaamw; ——— v _
I
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I
!
WHAL'S BARGAIN BALCONY IS ALL SET FOR A RECORD BREAKING
SALES DAY WITH RECORD BREAKING LOW PRICES ON FALL ITEMS!
»
MANUFACTURER'S CLOSE-OUT
300 FALL DRESSES
%
• AUTUMN BROWN
•FOREST GREEN
^ •RICH WINE
• CHECKS
• PIN STRIPES
• BOW KNOT DESIGNS
• FLORIAL PRINTS
•COLORFUL PLAIDS
• COMBINATIONS
• DRESSY-CASUAL TYPES
Made to Sell for $10.98 to $14.98
You'll blink your eyes in amazement when you see these lovely
dresses! Our dress buyer snatched them up in a hurry when a
leading dress manufacturer quoted him an unbelievably Tow price.
The fine materials in these dresses cost far more than the price^
we’re selling them! They’ll be a sellout at this price so get here
early in the morning! Gay junior models in grey with dirnwl
waist and trimmed with bands of velvet. Plaids and checks! Styles
for misses and women! A few of a kind—but every dress is smart
for Fall! Sold as are. Over 24 distinctive styles!
I
BANNER DAY CLOSE-OUT!
Reg. $3.98
PRINT PAJAMAS
$1.00
Here’s a “buy” in sturdy cotton tailored paja
mas, that’s something to get excited over! “Sleepy
Suzy” a famous brand in pajamas. Well made,
full cut, washable, piped edgings. Hankie pocket.
Real pearl buttons. A gorgeous print design on
white, gold, blue or pink grounds. Don’t pass up
this bargain!
BANNER DAY CLOSE-OUT!
Reg. $1.98 GOWNS
Priced below actual cost to stim
ulate traffic on Banner Sales
Day! Dainty all over floral print,
square on V neckline. Excep
tionally well made and full cut!
THREE BIG BANNER SALES ITEMS
IN LINGERIE — TUESDAY ONLY !
SATIN and CREPE SLIPS
$5.98 VALUES!
Slips so perfectly tailored so well Kill
designed, they’re sure to be * B
sell-out Tuesday. Fine quality
gleaming satins. Soft, smooth
crepes. Lacy trims. Tearose! 0SCh
White! Blue! Gold! Black!
SATIN
BRASSIERES
2 FOR $100
Regularly 89c. Beautifully
made and styled for perfect
fit. Also in mesh combina
> tions and serviceable cot
V tons.
V,
RAYON STRIPE
PANTIES - RRIEFS
2 FOR ^l 00
Satin finish rayon stripe famous
“MANNEQUIN” panties and
briefs. Known for their excellent
quality and tailoring. Real rub
ber elastic. Narrow and wide
stripes. White and Tearose.
BANNER DAY SALE
NYLON HOSE
Nylon, the dream stocking of all America in striking
new fall shades! Beautifully sheer and all DuPont
Nylon from top to toe. Unbelievably long wearing. Ac
centuate your fall outfit with these beautiful sheers!
Usually 89c Pair Special Tuesday only!
69c
Pair
BUY THEM BY THE BOX
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9 A. M. ’til
5:30, P. M.
214 NORTH FRONT ST. ’
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ALL DAY
WEDNESDAY
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