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The Wilmington morning star. [volume] (Wilmington, N.C.) 1909-1990, September 22, 1944, FINAL EDITION, Image 9

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VETERANS’ BUREAU
PROPOSED HERE
n war veterans’ information
Vie fer"al bureau emerged as a
i»d [ possibility from the meet
^Wednesday afternoon of a Vet
i5?sUb-committee, held at the
«anS. .. of Commerce, and pre
a over by Henry R. Emory,
■ man of the Veterans’ Service
i“s:rn‘„p 0f the Council of Social
(ommnTec
■'fr"r definite recommendations
‘“ made by the sub-committee,
chairman is Fred E. Little,
Renting Selective Service:
"£at $3,000 per year be made
able to support such a bureau;
!rha* if possible, the center be
Wished in the basement of the
Office building, space that has
P vacant since the departure of
Army’s Filter Center person
^Lt a competent person be se
ed to direct the work of the
kThatth« funds for maintenance
,the organization be provided by
Community Chest.
®-morv disclosed that the recom
wiMidations would be studied by
main committee “possibly next
"e; " He said no opposition to
£ plans was now foreseen.
■n,e need for a single service
ter easily accessible to the
umbers of returning servicemen
Lrin# information concerning
f* privileges under the G. I.
jjj] of Rights, has been under dis
cission here for the past several
^Recently, Norwood S. Westbrook.
Rector of American Legion activi
tje; appeared before the City coun
cV requestion funds to assist his
organization in setting up such a
kiireau It was shown by West
b-iok that the returning men are
already swamping local lawyers,
iS well as the Legion, with re
wests for help in working out
jjjgjr various problems incident tq
making the adjustment to civilian
life.
The Veterans Service committee,
previously organized, then revealed
Sts interest in the same problem.
Members of the sub-committee
delegated by the larger group to
consider the proposed bureau at
vesterdav’s meeting include Mr.
Li'.e, Felix A. Scroggs. United
Sates Employment Service; Mr.
Westbrook: and Mrs. Esther E.
Sweeney, USO-Traveler’s Aid.
CALLES FOR RECOGNITION
ROME. Sept. 21—UPl—Benedetto
Groce today demanded that Italy
be recognized as a full-fledged
Ally of the United Nations with a
guarantee that her pre-war fron
tiers be restored and revision of
armistice terms which he assert
ed “are preventing the Italian
government from functioning «f
ficiently.”
More Comfort Wearing
FALSE TEETH
is a pleasant way to overcome
loose plate discomfort. FASTEETH, an
improved powder, sprinkled on upper
ani lower plates holds them firmer so
Hat they feel more comfortable. No
gummy gooey, pasty taste or feeling.
It’s alkaline (non-acid). Does not sour.
O.ecks “plate odor” (denture breath).
Ce- FASTEETH today at any drug store.
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Shoes Are Stolen From
Salesman’s Automobile
The thieves who raided the au
tomobile of Tfcad H. Pope, s«oe
salesman of Dunn, while the ve
hicle was parked on Dock street
Wednesday afternoon, must have
looked over their booty and regret
ted the trouble it required. *
According to police reports, the
thieves stole two fabric cases from
Pope’s car. One contained sam
ples of men’s shoes—all of them
for the left foot; the other held
samples of women’s shoes_all of
them for the right foot. The order
books taken could be good for
nothing but scratch paper.
Roy Croom, white, reported that
he saw three Negro boys, about
age 16, with the cases later in the
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afternoon, and that the trio was
pushing the load in a cart.
Police are still investigating.
ARRESTED
NEW YORK, Sept. 21—(*»-The
Oftice of War information dis
^b.ut®.d today a Stockholm report
that Field Marshal Fritz Eric Von
Mannstein, former German com
mander on the eastern front, had
been arrested in Germany on
orders of Henrich Himmler.
Harris Tweed :
COATS ,
$35-00
Here’s the all-around coat, design
ed for Wilmington weather. Lovely
100 per cent pure Scottish wool in
S shades of blue and S shades of
brown flecked herringbine. Easily
matched with any wardrobe.
THE Fashion Center
115 North Front Street
16 '
luscious Return Engagement of Our
COLORS
:3 Bright Beanies
• RED
• KELLY
• GAY FUSCIA -jM A
• TROPIC OLIVE B
• PATRIOT BLUE B a B B B
• COFFEE
• CAMEL BEIGE
• PCRPLE , , ,
• lime w College girls love them for their casualt adaptability;
• gold Business girls choose them for their practical wear-to
• grey
• turf tan work comfort. Every headsize.
fashion Center HI Ne. Front Street
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J GOOD INDEFINITELY
1 RED STAMPS
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* BLUE STAMPS
AS thru Z8 and A5 thru L5
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J Effective Sept. 17 your grocer
J will discontinue giving Blue
Tokens as change.
Between Sept. 17 and Sept. 30
Bine Tokens can be spent only
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4- B Effective October 1
J| Blue Tokens will be void.
I SUGAR STAMPS 1
J U 30-31-32-33 |
2” B Sugar Stamp No. v0 Good for U
J I S Lbs. for Home Canning.
Recipe for Delicious |
BEEF PLATE PIE |
prepared with
UTILITY
(Grade ,C>) BEEF
BEEP PLATE PIE
Serve with:
Tomato-Cucumber Salad :
Green Limas
Baked Peaches Iced Coffee
1 pound beet plate, cubed
2 medium onions, sliced
4 tablespoons cooking tat
2 tablespoons parsley, chopped
Boiling water
1 tablespoon Worcestershire
sauce l
2 teaspoons salt !
% teaspoon pepper I
2 cups potatoes, diced I
2 tablespoons flour {
Brewn beef and onions In 2 Q
tablespoons hot fat. Add pars
ley, Worcestershire sauce, salt
and pepper. Add boiling water
to cover. Cover, simmer until
■eat Is tender, about 1 hour.
Combine flour and remaining 2
tablespoons cooking fat. Add
liquid from meat mixture, stir- j
ring constantly until thick and
smooth. Place potatoes in well
oiled baking dish. Add meat
and sauce. Cover with pastry
rolled %-inch thick. Bake in
hot oven 450* T. for 20 minutes.
Good Cold in Lwichhoxl
Jit your fiTorlto soap 1s temporarily out \
ot stock, please remember that addi
tional stock will be offered at an early
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THIN SLICED ^
SANDWICH BREAD
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KELLOGG’S CORN
FLAKES - r 8*
OLD VIRGINIA APPLE
BUTTER 3?,r 22*
NANSEMOND CUT GREE*
BEANS - r 11*
VAN CAMP’S VEGETARIAN
BEANS • r 13*
VIRGINIA MAID PEANUT
BUTTER ■ : 22*
COLONIAL EVAP. 11 POINT)
MILK ■ 3Z 26*
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BUTTER BEANS 2 lbs 39c I
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APPLES 2 lbs 19c I
FANCY WHITE MALAGA *
GRAPES lb 19c \
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FANCY HOME GROWN *
TURNIPS bunch 19c ;
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Double-Fresh Coffee
D. P. BLEND | Golden Blend
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CRACKERS «- ::: 23*
8 innu Deep Brewn 17J-0x. 4 ^B 0
■■ B B Vegetarian Beam Jar * *■
Diriri rc i5-°*- iqc
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CAIPM’C Sweet Orange Mb. |t
wrt I IV1^ Marmalade Jar «a#"T
DRESSING 2 20*
MACARONI C 4*
TRIANGLE salt 3*
Campbell's
CHICKEN NOODLE
SOUP
Ho. 1 0
Can
Clapp's or Garbar’s
STRAINED
Baby Foods
c 7*
BLACKEYE «** Z 22*
PINTO BEANS Z 22*
FLUFFO — c" 19*
ALCOHOL «— Z 19*
CUT-RITE w» - Z 15*
SUNBRITE — » 5*
BALLARD'S OBELISK
Saif-Rising
FLOUR
r 64*
CRISCO
SHORTENING
r 68*
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I Fresh Norfolk ^ ^
OYSTERS ~ 69c 1:
Fresh, Lean, Type 2, Bulk Hj +
Country Sausage 35c I i
Fresh Country Made Ri ^
Liver Pudding 25c H !
I Fresh — Med. Hard — Kosher
Kosher Salami 65c |
Full Dressed and Drawn
FRYERS lb 55c i
HENS lb 48c \
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