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The Wilmington morning star. [volume] (Wilmington, N.C.) 1909-1990, February 16, 1945, FINAL EDITION, Image 9

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PRAYER services
SCHEDULED TODAY
. world Day of Prayer will be
'served today at St. James’ Epis
copal church.
Th„ morning program will open
' nroan music at 10:45 o’clock
*lt." the session will last until
f, id in the afternoon. During the
Lning hours, the Rev. Carl
? her Dr. F. W. Paschail and
V W. Lewis will participate
in' the service.
Lila Williams Head, Miss
, nes Chasten and William Wat
Zs will play the organ and a
llin solo by Mrs. Eric Norden
v d , hvmn solo by Mrs. Oscar
$»nt. will be heard.
From 12:30 to 2 p. m., the Rev.
Mortimer Glover will be in the
hancel for special meditations
L wavers, with a background of
‘"»an music by William G. Rob
ison The church will be open
Ljng this ume especially for
private devotions and prayers, and
no printed program will be fol
lowed.
The afternoon session will open
, O o’clock and six clergymen
u-ilfhave part in the service. They
’ (he Revs. W. J. Stephenson,
E W. Halleck, Harvey Glazier,
r e. Baker, K. R. Wheeler and
nr William D. Crowe, Jr. Henri
Emurian, Mrs. Louis Keith and
jliss Emma Gade Hutaff will
‘hare the organ for the afternoon
sessions. Vocal soloists will be
jlrs. Marion Runkels, Henri Emu
rian, Mrs. C. A. Simpson and
Arthur John.
I The final pan 01 me uay s wur
ship will be the Lenten service,
conducted by the Rev. Mr. Glover,
ccith the music of the children’s
choir and Mr. Robertson at the
organ. The service will start at
5 p, m. and end at 6:15.
Leaders from the various wom
en’s church organizations will
have charge of various parts of
the program.
A cordial invitation is extended
lo all. Business men and women
are especially invited to drop in
far quiet meditation and prayer
during their lunch periods.
POULTRY DEALER
FACES CHARGES
The arrest of the first violator
of the New Hanover poultry dress
in-r regulations, the deadline for
corcrl’ance with which was Janu
ary 1, was announced yesterday
by Sanitary Engineer W. C. Haas.
Haas said that G. J. Krug, oper
ator of the Dixie Poultry Dress
ing establishment at the corner oi
Third and Wright streets, "has
been the source of numerous com
plaints over a long period of time.”
A hearing for the poultry dealer
in Recorder's court was ordered
postponed until February 21. Krug
was released under $500 bond.
Arraigned on two counts of vio
lation of the Board of Health rules,
the poultryman is charged with
failure to maintain a sanitary
dressing plant, both as to physical
structure and lack of necessary
ecuipment, and with dressing poul
try without a permit from t h e
heahh office.
WILMINGTON POLICE
OFFICER IS INJURED
DURING FBI CLASSES
Police Sgt. P. J. Parish is un
dergoing treatment at James
Walker Memorial hospital for a
sp'nal injury he received in a fall
on the afternoon of February 9
while attending gymnastic classes
at the National Police Academy in
Washington.
Injuries received by the Wil
mington policeman cut short his
three-month course at the FBI
school, in which he had enrolled
on January 8. The sergeant hopes
to resume his studies February 26.
Explaining his accident, Ser
geant Parish said “I had just fin
ished my exercises and was in
the act of dressing when I ac
cidentally slipped and fell. I didn’t
realize that my injury was of any
serious nature until that night
when I developed great pain in
the lower region of my spine.”
Government hospital attaches,
after an examination and X-ray,
told him the injury was not of a
permanent nature but that he
would probably suffer for several
weeks, he said. Sergeant Parish
returned here Wednesday and en
tered the local hospital.
-^-V
WFA Revises Butteriat
Subsidy Program To Get
Increase In Production
WASHINGTON, Feb. 15.—(U.P.)—
War Food Administrator Marvin
Jones today moved to halt the
current decline in butter produo
tion by revising the Government’s
milk and butterfat subsidy pro
gram.
terfat payments and a reduction
in milk payments during the sum
mer months. WFA thus hopes to
encourage output of more milk
during the fall and winter months.
It also seeks to stabilize, and pos
sibly increase, butter production.
The present subsidy program
was designed to encourage pro
duction of milk by-products such
as evaporated milk and milk pow
der.
Under the new schedule, the
butterfat subsidy will be con
tinued at 10 cents a pound through
September and then will be in
creased to 16 cents a pound for
the rest of the year. The rate
normally is reduced during ths
summer months
-V
Frank Sinatra’s Exam
Results Sent To D. C.
JERSEY CITY, Feb. 15.—(U.R)—
Crooner Frank Sinatra’s physical
qualifications for Army and Navy
service have been referred to
Washington authorities for final
decision, it was learned today.
Ira W. Caldwell, chairman of
Local Board 19 which has receiv
ed no report on results of Sina
tra’s pre-induction physical ex
amination February 8, at Gover
nor’s Island, offered no comment
on what was believed to be an
unprecedented move.
Sinatra’s papers also have not
been returned to his board from
Governor’s Island where he was
sent after an examination at the
Neward induction center, it was
said.’
FLAVOR SKOALS'
a+ if our Grocers /Kwr/^*;
r MORTON'S SALT KVA V.T.VKI
_WHIN IT PAINS IT POMS
When a labrador fox-farmer accidentally ■.
DROPPED a FROZEN FISH BACK INTO THE WATER,
IT REVIVED AND SWAM AWAY THAT GAVE HIM THE
!DEA FOR PRESERVING FRESH, DISTINCTIVE
FLAVOR BY FREEZING FOODS.
^es.ta Crackers are flavor-fresh, too. They’re full of
a richer, fuller, Distinctive Flavor that you 11 find in
no other cracker!
jO POINTS EACH
■ | -ReguU / Sotjj» ™' ”'2?
> * l^nOW JANE PARKER SUGARED
_ - s »&H^1EII) Donuts ~ 16c
Minimum Government l /
Reouirements.
You Got
Richer Havoft >
SAVE
WASTE KITCHEN '
FATS
/
RECEIVE f
2 RED POINTS &
4 CENTS PER LB.
[ CAULIFLOWER £L~ IbTflc!
I CABBAGE =. 2 lbs. 8c |
| LETTUCE C l1' 2 heads 23c
| ONION SETS r'"°w lb. 21c
| POTATOES S 2 lbs. 18c
| TOMATOES ”* 11b. 25c
| POTATOES *r. 5lbs.33c
| ORANGES -- 2doz.59c
| APPLES wine!*’ 2 lbs. 20c
I GRAPEFRUIT £■«. each 6c
I LEMONS lb. 10c
i
CLAPPS
Strained Foods Can 7e
CLAPPS P
Chopped Foods Can 9c 1
CLAPPS DRY CEREAL OR 1
| Oatmeal 2 p^gs- 25c ■
[ STALEY’S CUBE
| Starch. pg: 5c
j OLD DUTCH
| Cleanser _2 pkgs’ 15c
| LITTLE BOY
I Bluing. pk* 9c
2 RED POINTS PER CAN
WESSON OIL.. pt. can 27c
2 RED POINTS PER LB.
SNOW DRIFT, 3-lb. can 67c
ANN PAGE MELLO
Wheal. pg 13c f
TOILET TISSUE
NORTHERN
IVORY SOAP
3 29c
IVORY SNOW
2 ffi. 19c
S. 23c
CAMAY SOAP
3 B#rs 20c
PERSONAL
IVORY SOAP
2 Bars 9c
DUZ
2 J5S.I9c
pfg. 23c
LAVA SOAP
3 Bars 17c
OXYDOL
2 Med. I Q«
Pkgs. 1
pkgs. 23c
SWEETHEART
SOAP
pH 23c
2 Bars 13c
&
29-OZ. GLASS—30 BLUE POINTS—RICHLAND
PREPARED PRUNES 21c
19-OZ. CAN—30 BLUE POINTS-A&P
APPLE SAUCE.... 13c
DOTWT TTRTTTT TTAMPV 1T17 A PHD A 'T'TPT'v ~
PEACHES.
19-0z. CAN—20 BLUE POINTS—IONA,
PEAS.. 11 °
LAMB—Grade “A”
LEG-O-LAMB ' lb. 38c
SHOULDER ROAST » lb. 34c
LAMB RIB (HOPS lb. 43c
B 0 L 0 N E rrr is lb. 25c
FRANKS r \zl lb. 35c
CHEESE " » lb. 40c
ANN PAGE SPAGHETTI OR
MACARONI ts s<
SUNNYFIELD ROLLED
OATS.- 10c
WONDER
RICE.> 19c
ANN PAGE
■? JL ^1 ^ With Pork and I6-Oz. Q.
Tomato Sauce Can
SULTANA SALAD
DRESSING . e 19.
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