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TO OPENMONDAY Wilmington’s eight war emergen . nursery schools will reopen on Monday at the regular hours after ‘j,'g dosed since August 8 be ;;s; of the polio ban, Mrs. Eliza beth Williams, business manager, announced yesterday. Teache: s in the schools are al dv on duty, according to Mrs. Williams, seeing parents and mak " plnns for fall and winter work. The Federal Works agency has nteci the local nursery school g',,era sufficient funds for the ming year t0 take care of a11 fgvear old children of war-work 1,, mothers in this area. The cost child is only $2.40 per week Per white child, and $1.80 per week P r Negro child. ^The service is of the most thor „h and scieuatific type, and the Voob provide recreation, instruc don food, and rest for each pupil. l T:,e present attendance at the . * centers is listed at 200, but Pe‘'e are facilities for taking care ‘j double the number, according : Mrs. Williams. The following is a list of the j rserv schedules: Maffitt Village, [ Vance building, 6:30 a.m. to i ,.30’ p.m., six days a week; Maf- j fi;t Village, Raleigh buiiding, 9 Vp ‘0 5 p.m., five days per week; j an(j 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on -Satur-1 dav Nesbitt courts, 8 a.rn. to 6; siv days, and ? a.m. to 2:30 ■ :'m,’ Saturday; Lake Forest Pub-. lie school. 3 a.rn. to 6 p.m., six '; days and 3 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.» Sat- j urda.v: New Hanover High school. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., six days, and j am. to 2:30 p.m., Saturday. Negro schools: Hillcrest Commu nity building, Robert Taylor homes at 12th and Quen street, all 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. for six days, 8 a.m. to 0 30 p.m., Saturday. IT brigade club post GIVEN TO MILLER The appointment of Morris Mil ler of Wilmington, as physical ed ucation director at the Brigade Boys' club to replace Frank Mc Call was announced yesterday by W. E. Stewart, executive director of the club. Miller, a member of the Senior fraternity, has been connected with the boys’ club approximately 25 years. McCall, after 18 months as physical director, resigned to be come employed in the electrical department of the N. C. Shipbuild ing company. Stewart reported that activities of the physical department would ceemphasized more this year, with addition of classes in calisthe zcs and gvmnasl.-cs. The program iso will feature competitive group a.aes of basketball, handball, and rJiey ball. -v m.CU REMAINS WITHOUT PASTOR Temple Baptist church has not yet issued a call for a pastor to succeed the Rev. J. Roy Clifford, wit" left this week to assume the pastorate of the First Baptist church of Lexington, D. H. Howes, cere on of the church, reported to day. Dr. David Browning, of Louis vi'.'.e. Kv . will be the visiting pas tor at Temple church Sunday, ffing the pulpit at the 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. services. 're Rev, Mr, Clifford, pastor fere far two and one-half years, preacoed his last service at Tem pi- church Sunday night. His res iaration was submitted to the con gregation on July 23. Gets Purple Heart COMMANDER of a task force unit, Adm. J. J. Clark pins the Purple Heart medal on Lt. C. H. Carroll (on stretcher), of Jacksonville, Fla. Carroll was injured in the foot by ack-ack while on a mission over the Bonin Islands in the Pacific. U. S. Navy photo. (International) WILMINGTON GIRL ENROLLS JN WACS Pvt. Cieo C. Lowman of Hoop er Drive, Maffitt Village, left yes terday with a group of five other young women who, after basic training in the Women’s Army Corps, will be trained by the If. S. Medical Corps as medical technicians. Those accepted by the medical corps for special training are, in addition to Miss Lowman, Mary Sue Van Dyke of Gastonia, Bar bara M. Perryman of Elwood, Kathleen J. Wyont of Bessemer City, Grace F. Lockerbie of Char lotte and Eva L. Reep of Bel mont. Army basic training will be given at Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga., at the completion of which the women will go to the army hospital at Camp Atterbury, Columbus, Ind., for three months’ special train ing as medical technicians. -V n v 9 oruwaer s activities Will Be Investigated WASHINGTON, Sept. 14—UB— The political activities of Earl Browder, communist leader, will be examined next week by the House Campaign Expenses Investi gation committee. Chairman Anderson (D-NM) an. nounced today that Browder will be questioned Tuesday about the formation of his “communist as sociation” ’which came into be ing after the United States com munist party was dissolved. The committee received from Gerald L. K. Smith of Detroit, founder of the America First party’ an assurance that “none of our candidates spent any money” in obtaining nominations this year. -V Labor Board Certifies Telephone Federation WASHINGTON, Sept. 14— UP) — The Southern Federation of Tele phone Workers has been certified by the National Labor Relations Board as bargaining agent for employes of the Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., in nine southeastern states. Involved are Southern Bell em ployes in Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Florida, Kentucky, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. Iruw-U-LIN GAVE HE bit ANU belief from my harrassing DISTRESS/ STATES MRS. UTLEY |*ppv Raleigh Resident Gets "dcome Relief From Her Slug Achy, Let Down Feeling, thousands Are Turning To , «;0-Lin For Relief From Har fassing Distress. Po’.’.-o-iiH is marking up a rec n[ extraordinary success in b?1® happy relief to well 111511 and women from the hi- ?’ains *-0 the sea. Telling of lir ilaPPy experience with Pow-o • ■ ivirs. c. A Utley, well known gJ®^of 10 E. Lenoir St., Ra [,j] ^ be the most ungrate 1 ,.JC fls!l woman in Raleigh if telij t to tel1 what splendid t °’v-o-lin brought me. No iviti.er 'v!lat I ate, I would suffer ^’"digestion and gas that I me until 1 sometimes felt be]i., n * get my breath. I don’t b5(. e anyone ever had worse cn*,./hes- and my nerves were making me irritable and I i,‘|r Constipation was so bad tives .,° hose with harsh purga touijj ,;ha< kept me so upset I tner narhly summon strength or If!; ho my housework. I *rd i "' sluSgish and worthless, ter v,C0UIhn’t get relief no mat Urjidnat 1 tried. I was almost Hju,‘ . eat, and became under ttoyij”'eri anh weak. I felt I for . tgI.ve any*hing in the world tor:* ev; hays of peace and com liefPfrn ° lin ®ave me grand re in. *T“ my harrassing distress. )oy to eat and be relieved MRS. C. A. UTLEY of the gas, bloating, headaches and sluggishness that plagued me day and night. I don’t have to take harsh laxatives and haven’t felt so good since I was a girl.” Such praise must be deserved, for Pow-o-lin is receiving floods of mail from satisfied users throughout all Carolina. Pow-o-lin is a purely herbal laxative prep aration for the relief of distress as plagued Mrs. Utley, when due to constipation. Pow-o-lin may be obtained at Tom’s Drug Store. Caution: Use only as directed. Adv. Industrial Reconversion May Be Allowed In Fall WASHINGTON, Sept. 14. —(TP)—i Acting Chairman J. A. Krug indi cated today that the War Produc tion Board might permit some sub stantial reconversion of industry thig fall without waiting for the final capitulation of Germany. Krug was asked at a news con ference whether WPB nlanned to go ahead with partial reconversior this fall whether or not German] had collapsed. He replied that nc date had been chosen for such i move but added: “It is true, however, that the collapse of Germany might become a fact even though some part o the German army was continuing resistance in some parts of the country.” Krug stated that the “spot ap proval” procedure under which plants having available labor and machinery may be permitted to manufacture civilian good* would be streamlined and simplified if German resistance continued 1 through the w:nter. The WPB chief announced that! an additional 125,000 tons of steel —100,000 tons of carbon steel and 25,000 tons of scarce alloy steel— has been set aside for the manufac ure of civilian goods in October, November and December by plants which are granted the “spot” ap proval of WPB field offices. The new Steel will be alloted pri-j marily to “small plants which are suffering hardship” through loss of war work, Krug said At present only factories which have or can get idle or surplus steel can use the metal under the spot progrram. The allocation bings ^o 395,000 tons the total amount of sfeel which may be devoted to civilian produc tion in the approaching quarter. Houston Man Nominated Bar Association Head CHICAGO, Sept. 14—Iff)—David A. Simmons of Houston, Tex., was nominated without opposition to day for the presidency of the American Bar association, to suc ceed Joseph W. Henderson of Philadelphia. Rear Admiral Thomas L. Gatch, Judge advocate general of the Navy, told the Bar association to day that in the last two decades the American bar and the nation in general “failed to do its duty” and that the present war thus be came inevitable. I PROMPTLY RELIEVES TORTURE OF nramu$H (due to external cause) Zcmo—a Doctor’s liquid formula— promptly relieves itch of simple skin rash. 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