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TO ’PHONE POST RALEIGH, May 19-Harvey G rv.nth Raleigh district manager tor the Southern Bell Telephone nd Telegraph company, has been appointed district manager at At lanta Ga., and will be succeeded here ’by Edwin A. Clement, of the P r.ia city, it was announced to dav by E. H. Wasson, Carolinas Manager for the company. The ap pointments are effective July 1. PMr Booth during his residence here'not only has been active in telephone circles but in public af fairs as well. He came to Raleigh , iuly 1943, from Columbus. Ga., where he had held the position of district manager. Mr clement, the new Raleigh district manager, like Mr. Booth widely experienced telephone Ln. He began his telephone acti vities in Atlanta in 1926. He later held supervisory positions in rhe business office organization m Memphis. In 1937, he joined the general headquarters in Atlanta L secretary of the General Public Relations committee. In 1939, he was appointed district manager for South Georgia, with headquar erS at Valdosta. Three years later he was named to the posi tion of North Georgia district man atfer, W1LU HCOU4UU...— ------- tg the position which he now holds. Throughout his telephone career Mr Clement has been active in such public-spirited projects as the Chamber of Commerce, Boy Scouts, American Red Cross, United War Fund and War Loan campaigns, heading up various phases of these activities. _ Dr. Rosenberg, Nazi Philosopher, Taken (Continued from Page One) up the problems of the ultimate dis position of Nazi war criminals. According to a high British officer, Rosenberg was taken into custody by British garrison troops in the house-cleaning of Grand Adm. Karl Doentiz-headquarters at Flensburg. He was in a hospital with asprained ankle. Rosenbreg wrote hundreds of treatises on anti-Semitism. His was the job of inculcating the Nazi philosophy into Geman education jnd he was deputy commissioner ,or education. It was Rosenberg who supposedly put the bug in Hit ler's ear to attack Russian— and it was this which did much to bring about the downfall of both Rosen berg, a one-time White Russian, Hitler, and the entire Nazi regime. On May 31, the war crimes com mission will meet officially +o dis. cuss the best methods of bringing about close contact between the member governments and the com niisaiuu nacu. But sources close to the com mission reported that the con ference would face the involved de mands of member nations for cus tody and trial of individual prisoners on the various war crimi nals’ lists. In many cases these overlap and conflict. The confernece also may attempt to reach an agreement on the pro cedure for trials and perhaps fix standards of punishment for the dif ferent degrees of war crimes. Revival Services j May 20th thru’ 27th 8-00 P. M. Christ Sanctified I Holy Church New Tabernacle Corner 3rd and Dawson Sts. Everyone Is Welcome LEARN to FLY In Only 8 Hours Instruction At PEfFFER FIELD 5 Miles Out On N'cw Wrightsville Highway CAROLINA SKYWAYS Dealer in Aeronca Aircraft ^Jj^nca’s Finest Personal Plant City Briefs meeting The annual membership meeting of the New Hanover County Tuberculosis and Health association will be held at 4 p. m. Thursday in the superior courtroom, it was an nounced yesterday. Anyone who purchased Christmas seals to the extent of two dollars or *n the last campaign is entitled to membership in the association and is urged to be present at the meeting. birthday meeting The. Woman’s auxiliary of ^be First Presbyterian church will hold its annual birthday meeting at 3:30 p.m. Monday at the church. New members of the past year will be honor ed guests. OBTAINS MAGAZINE Miss Emma Woodward, li brarian of the Wilmington Pub lic library, announced yester day that the copy of the Nation al Geographical magazine re quested by an overseas soldier, has been obtained. Miss Wood ward expressed appreciation for all citizens offering this is sues of the publication. MEMORIAL SERVICES Memorial services for Lt. Guy Jones will* be held at II a. m. today at Fifth Avenue Methodist church. Lt. Jones, a paratrooper, was killed in action in Germany on March 24. DANCE The Blessed Martin de Porres club of St. Thomas’ church will conduct a “Vic tory dance” at 8 p. m. Mon day in the church auditorium, 107 S. Second street. NO SERVICE The 11 a.m. service conduct ed by the First Presbyterian church at the Little Chapel on the Boardwalk, Wrightsville Beach, will not be conducted to day. The church school will be held at 10 a.m. as usual. WOODMEN TO MEET Nick T. Newberry, of Char lotte, state manager of Wood men of the World, will be the principal speaker at a meeting of Live Oak Camp No. 6 in the Odd Fellows building Monday night at 8 o’clock. Awards will also be presented honoring Woodmen with 25 years or more continuous membership. -V New Soloist To Sing At Baptist Church W. O. “Bob” Page, dramatic baritone and new soloist at the First Baptist church, will sing Robert Conningsby Clarke’s “The Blind Ploughman” at the 11 a.m. services today. The Baptist choir of 40 voices will sing “My Soul, Be On Thy Guard”, the music composed by Henri Emurian, minister of music. Rachel Cameron, soprano, will be soloist at the 8 p.m. service, singing the Negro spiritual “Deep River”, arranged by Harry T. Bur leigh. Mr. Emurian’s organ medi tation at 7:45 p.m. will include Peter De Rose’s evening reverie “Tlnnn T311 a* * OPA PUSHES WAR 0N BLACK MARKET (Continued from Page One) legitimate consumers 75,582,663 gal lons of gasoline, 415,505 gallons oi fuel oil, 764,275 pounds of sugar, and 55,245,789 pounds of meat. These statistics supplied addi tional evidence of the vast scope of black market operations which, notably in meat, have aggravated civilian shortages all over the country. HIGHWAY FATALITY INQUEST PLANNED (Continued from Page One) at 2 p. m. yesterday at James Walker Memorial hospital, where the accident victim died. According to the patrolmen, Mrs. Styron was walking towards Wil mington on the west shoulder of the Castle Hayne road about 6:30 p. m., when she was struck from the rear. She suffered head in juries and fractures pf both legs. - ENSATIONAL OFFER! * GENUINE LEATHER and ZIPPER ONLY MAKE-UP KIT $100 fei^LGE™1NE LEATHER Make-Up Kit, size approximately, all >our m’ake^u ZIPFEE’ handsomely rayon-silk lined, will hold SPECIALf YOUR NAME ENGRAVED IN 23 ■y(- p KARAT GOLD AT NO EXTRA COST ORnV»I^CE 0F COLORS, BLACK, RED, BLUE, BROWN „“EE TODAY. Send $1, plus 20% Federal Tax, total $1.20 jp p v tler c-O.D. Pay Postman $1.20 plus postage and fees. L VELTv wqrks (Dept M-155) 71 East Broadway, N Y 2, N Y No Improvement In Meat Situation Seen (Continued from Page One) fall. We are eating so many eggs as substitute that a seri ous shortage of that protein may ■ develop. The calories Available daily will be 3,200 compared to 3,500 last year. Only very active men and boys need 3,000 or more. In many areas of Europe it is being held to 1,200 to 1,800. Sugar, which has been plenti ful, may be approaching a crisis. A House Committee was reported drafting a report that the government mishandled the rationing and demanding that shipments abroad be cut. War Mobilization Director rrea in. Vinson announced a program for increased subsid ies to boost the meat supply bbut he couldn’t promise any immediate effect. Meantime, the government's food experts urged a shift to more of a grain diet. POSSIBLE HOPE WASHINGTON, May 19.— (£>) — The government’s new meat sub sidies should mean more and bet ter beef for housewives by August, a spokesman for meat packers said today. But he added it will be Christmas before pork supplies in crease much. Wilbur La Roe, Jr., counsel for National Independent Meat Pack ers Association, told reporters this is the industry’s estimate. In announcing the subsidies,. War Mobilization Director Fred M. Vin son said “it will take some time for the effects of the program to be felt. -V Jaycees Will Stage Paper Drive Today (Continued from Page One) paper bundled, tied and placed on the curb by 10 a.m., as the collec tion will begin as early as possible The Jaycees will be assisted by members of the Brigade Boys club The collectors will assemble at the North-Smith Coal Co., at Sixth and Campbell streets. Captains are Jessie'Sellers, Lloyu Dunn, David Lewis, Bob Howard, Frank Jones, Robert Dannenbaum, Pat Perrill, Wallace West, Troy Hodges, Graham Russ, Bill Mun day, Julius Berger, Jack Harrel son, Matt Herring, O. A. Wallace, Jack Atkinson, Henry Capillary and Rupert Bryan. Trucks will be furnished by the Cross Seed Co-, Sunshine Laundry, City of Wilmington, Murray Trans fer Co., Wilmington Paper Stock Co., North Carolina Shipbuilding Co., W & J Sloane, Wilmington Housing Authority, Boy Scouts of America, Tide Water Power Co. and Currin Wholesale Co. Representative J. Q. LeGrand said that “the drive will afford people of Wilmington and New Han over county another opportunity to support the war effort, and at it same time aid the boys’ club, a character building organization which fully merits our support.” Mayor R. Ronald Lane also re quested that citizens make every effort to make the drive success ful. Hows Your Stomach? No Acid Pains? No Gas?.. No Heartburn? Eat Sensibly Without Pain? Then All9s Well with the Worldl The pity is, so much suffering is often un necessary! Folks who endure stomach or ulcer pains due to excess acids should try UDGA TABLETS, particularly now that it’s so easy to see what UDGA may do for you in only 5 minutes. UDGA tablets are not a "candy" and t.hflv Ha f»nnto!n nnn Instead, UDGA is compc sed of three fast working ingredients Vhich work several ways in quickly relieving the acid pain. That is why over J200 million have been used for relief of stomach and ulcer pains, gas, indigestion, burning sensation, sour or upset stomach, “morning after” distress and weak appetite, due to excess acid. 25c Home Trial Must Convince or Double Money Back Get a 25c box of UDG A TABLETS front your druggist. Take as directed. If you don’t see for yourself how UDGA tablets may help keep you from suffering another stomach acid pain, double your money back. Saunders and drug stores every where. GRAY HAIR -NEWS No More Dyeing? Science's startling new Vitamins for re storing natural color to gray hair can now be had as Nix Vitamins. No more dangerous hair dyeing or tiresome rinses. Nothing artificial. These Vita mins as described by national magazine supply harmless anti-gray hair Vitamin substance to your system. Simply take 1 a day until graying stops and hair Color returns thru roots. Age 22 u> Don't look old before your time. Get Nix Vitamin tablets today. Don't wait. Reds Accept Regional Defense Plan Principle (Continued from Page One) had approximated the French previously by the French. There was speculation that the Soviets language in an effort to help solidi fy relations between those two countries. The Soviet proposal, which was said to raise no objection to the use of the phrase collective de fense, was given brie- study by 1 ■ he big five today. It goes before he American delegation for addi ional consideration tomorrow toon. The Americans hope then to com pose differences in language and tave a compromise proposition ready for submission when the big five meets later in the day. There had been delay in Rus sian delegation chief Andrei Gro myko hearing from Moscow. After chalking off progress re ports on creation of a new world court, the conference had begun marking time pending a break in Russian reticence on important conference problems. Committees handling such issues' as big five veto powers, regional security and trusteeships, had stop ped on dead center. Various Latin American countries, insistent that the Pan American mutual defense arrangement must not be supplant ed entirely by a world peace en forcing system, didn’t want other major questions decided until Rus sia’s position on regional securi ty became clear. The American delegation, which drafted a plan to let regional groups of nations act in concert to repel attacks without impair ing the supreme authority of a world league, had decided to wait until Monday for an expression oi Russian views before submitting their formula to the conference. Delegation officials sought today to dispel any idea that anything in the nature of an ultimatum had been handed the Soviets. Some said the final draft of the regional ar rangements plan had not beer turned over to Russia’s chief dele gate, Andrei Gromyko, until Tues day and that the normal processe of translation and decoding, send ing a message to Moscow and get ting a reply would take three days. The U. S. delegates, in a meet ing of their own, were reported to have given strong support to a Canadian proposal that any coun try whose forces would be used by the world organization to repel aggression should have a voice in deciding whether armed might should be employed. i Some of the Americans consid-1 ered the Canadian position unaa-t sailable. i One of the most delightful experiences of the year is that which you have when you lie on the cool sands or stroll in the gentle stirring breezes with the warm sun overhead. So at ease with the world and also so free in spirit you can just let your imagi nation carry you away on that magic carpet of dreams. Let yourself go this summer and also know that you really look as pretty as can be even at those oddest moments when you are just too relaxed to bother.