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WMFD — 1400-KC
WILMINGTON
SUNDAY, MAT *7
’^NewfSugary
jojlBluTCorrespondents Around th.
'0- roast to Coast on a But
HCvoice of Prophecy
10: Slstrictlv on the Record
““f'orange Crush Serenade™
10:53-0”— rs Lutlieran church.
11:0(>'?’„eP Network Weekly War Jour
12:00—l^iue
“votet from a Diary
1!r Piano Playhouse
12:4 r*,hn B Kennedy—News
!:M'reorEe B Hicks Reporting
j.lj-George ,s Tangee Serenade
1:?tlyour Sunday News Extra with
1;>ordFasrned Revival Hour
iJSlorsen Welles Peace Conference
Forum
-.■>0_Miss Hattie
inaJJarts for Dough
{: ^Andrew Sisters Show
J'jTiaarv Small Revue
:Charlotte Greenwood Show
HJlphilco Summer Hour
^Drew Pearson-News
I^GreenMd Village Choir
to Way- Show.
ji^Jergen's Journal with Walter Win
...._Hollywood Mystery Time
q-45—Jimmy Fiddler
IrnJn.e Life of Riley
Slone Foot in Heaven
11:00—U. P- New^_
OVER THE NETWORKS
SUNDAY. MAY 27
Time P. M.—Subtract One
U>lZ "r CWT. 2 Hr, for MWT.
changes in programs as listed are due
to corrections by networks made
too late to incorporate.
H Leopold Spitalny Cone.—NBC
^Trans-Atlantic Call, Exchange - CBS
S" from a Diary, Vocalists - BLU
i tutheran Half-Hour Services — MBS
.5Piano Playhouse Trio - BLU
1 : o riftecn Minutes Newscast - NBC
Tiie Church of the Air Sermons - CBS
-v,,, b Kennedy and Comment—BLU
Stanley Dixon in Commentary — MBS
] ,5-America United, a Forum - NBC
c,for«e Hicks Weekly Comment—BLU
To Be Announced (15 m.l—MBS-basic
j.30_U of Chicago Roundtable — NBC
t vman Btvson in Commentation—CBS
S romv Kaye’s Serenade: News-BLU
S fuSv Afternoon Song Time - MBS
1'iV-Ed Morrow’s Commentary — CBS
2-e'fi—Bennett Concert & Guests — NBC
Tito Paul Lavalle Concert — CBS
Washington Story. Interpreta’n — BLU
Chaplain Jim. u- s- A- Drames — MBS
i j-O—John Chas. Thomas & Song — NBC
News of World; Olin Downes — CBS
National Vespers via the Radio — BLU
BUI Cunningham in Comment — MBS
2 -is—Dale Carnegie on People — MBS
- no—World’s Parade. Max Hill — NBC
N y philharmonic Symphony — CBS
0-son Welles CondUQts Forum — BLU
2M Air Force Time & Doosty—MBS
3:'»--Official Hour by the Army—NBC
Ethel Barrymore's Miss Hattie — BLU
Dcte-tive Mysteries. Dramatic — MBS
Born to Be a Star, Feature — MBS
4:00—Set o Music—BLU-New England
Dart for Dough, a Quiz—other BLU
Your America, Variety Guests — MBS
4 20-Music America Loves Best — NBC
Nelson Eddy Variety & Guests — CBS
The Andrews Sisters Program — BLU
What’s Name of the Song Quiz — MBS
5:00—NBC Symphony, Dr. Black — NBC
Family Time & Patrice Munsel — CBS
Mary Small in a Sunday Revue — BLU
Let’s Face the Issue, a Forum — MBS
1:30—Charlotte Greenwood Show — BLU
Nick Carter, Detective Drame — MBS
5:45—Bill Shirer in Commentary — CBS
6:00—The Catholic Radio Service — NBC
Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet—CBS
Kail of Fame. Paul Whiteman — BLU
Quick as a Flash. Quiz Show — MBS
6:20—Great Gildersleeve Comedy — NBC
Fanny Brice and Comedy Show—CBS
Upton Close and His Concert—MBS
6:45—Dick Brown with His Song—MBS
7:00—Jack Benny Comedy Show—NBC
Kale Smith Hour for Variety — CBS
Drew Pearson and Commentary — BLU
To Be Announced (one hour). — MBS
7:15—News Summary for 15 Min.—BLU
i 7:30—The Bandwagon Orchestra—NBC
| Quiz Kids and Joe Kelly M. C.—BLU
8:00—Chas. McCarthy. E. Bergen—NBC
Blnndle-Dsgwood Comedy Skit—CBS
The Greenfield Chapel Service—BLU
Alexander & Mediation Board — MBS
8:15—Raymond Moley Comment — BLU
8:30—E. Bracken Comedy Show — NBC
Crime Doctor. Dramatic Series—CBS
The Jerry Wayne Music Show—BLU
8:45—Gabriel Heatter Comments — MBS
8:55—Five Minutes News Period — CBS
9:00—Sunday's Merry Go Round — NBC
Magazine Theater and Guests — CBS
Walter Wmchell’s Broadcasting — BLU
Horizons, Sunday Cone. Show — MBS
9:15—Hollywood's Mystery Time — BLU
9:30—Album of Familiar Music — NBC
James Melton, Alec Templeton — CBS
Cedric Foster’s War Comment — MBS
•:45—Jimmie Fidler’s Hollywood — BLU
Dorothy Thompson & Comment — MBS
10:00—Phil Spitalny & Girl Orch. — NBC
__HHiI Baker’s Take It or Leave It—CBS
Japanese Still Capable
Of Long War, Says FEA
Big Part Of Industry She
Had At Time Of Pearl
Harbor Intact
WASHINGTON, May 26.— <JP) —
Japan still is capable of waging
a long war despite destructive air
attac%^md naval defeats which
have cm her off almost entirely
from her stolen sources of rub
ber, oil and tin, the Foreign Eco
nomic Administration said today.
“A large portion of the war in
dustry she had at Pearl Harbor
is intact,” said a report by the
enemy branch of the agency.
In addition, key raw materials
are available in the so - called
“inner zone”—Japan proper, Ko
rea, Manchuria and part of north
China—where Japanese war indus
try was organized there before the
war.
Ill opi LC U1 lliajui OUCH.OOVD J.H
cuttihg off Japan from the resour
ces of the East Indies, Malaya and
the Philippines, FEA said. The Al
lies so far have liberated less than
7 per cent of the nearly 3,000,000
square miles of conquered terri
tory controlled by the enemy. _
In the inner zone, moreover, are
synthetic oil plants with an esti
mated capacity of more than 21,
000,000 barrels in 1944.
“With the loss of the major part
of her navy and the reduction of
her merchant Marine, this quanti
ty may be sufficient to meet re
quirements for the approximately
2,000,000 tons of Japanese shipping
remaining in the reduced area o
operations,” the report went on.
Food scarcity will not shorten
Japanese ability to resist, FEA
said, although the rice of Burma,
now occupied largely by the Al
lies,: Thailand and Indo - China is
denied the Japanese.
“This will increase the difficul
ties of the present short food sup
ply in Japan, but will not seriously
interfere with the war effort and
will not result in starvation in the
inner zone.
“Practically the whole of the
processing capacity of the Japa
nese empire, as well as adequate
supplies of raw materials, lies in
the inner areas. It is true that in
terms of individual industrial cen
ters and plants bomb damage has
been devastating, and many square
miles of such cities as Tokyo, Na
goya, Osaka and Kobe, all vital to
Life of Riley and Wm. Bendix - BLU
Earl Wilson Tells of Broadway - MBS
10:15—Helen Hayos 15-M. Drama—MBS
10:30—Comedy, Harold Lloyd MC—NBC
We, the People, a Guest Show — CBS
One Foot in Heaven, Dramatic—BLU
What’s Good Word, Grammar — MBS
11:00—Variety and News (2 hr.)-NBC
News, Variety, Dance (2 h.)—CBS-BLU
Music Depreciation; Ore. (2 h.)—MBs.
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BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS
I ’ '
Japan’s war effort, have been laid
waste. ... '
“To meet this threat from the
air, however, Japanese war lead
ers long ago placed in operation
an extensive dispersal program.
Plants have been established in se
cluded localities and in some areas
protected by ravines and hills, and
widely dispersed industries have
been developed in Korea, Man
churia and China.
“In recent months the dispersal
program has been accelerated, and
in some localities key plants have
been put underground.”
_\r_
Baptist Church Will
Dedicate Service Flag
Dedication of the service flag.of
the First Baptist (Negro) church,
at Fifth'and Campbell streets, will
be held at 3 p. m. today, at the
church.
Music will be furnished by the
senior choir of the church and
poems will be read by Catherine
Robinson: The dedicatorial sermon
will be preached by the Rev. C. D.
Barclift, of the Fifth Avenue Meth
odist church.
The Rev. C. M. Coles, of the
Chestnut Presbyterian church, will
make the dedicatorial prayer.
Services will be closed with the
singing of the National anthem.
SENATOR PROPOSES
N H CABINET JOBS
WASHINGTON, May 26 — (JP) —
Four new cabinet posts were pro
posed by Senator Aiken (R.-Vt.t to
day as desirable in a reorganiza
tion of the government.
Expressing approval in general
of President Truman’s request for
authority to reorganize the execu
tive branch, Aiken said he hoped
the chief executive would add to
the cabinet:
1. A secretary of transportation
and communications to coordinate
air, rail, highway and water trans
portation. Aiken said the Inter
state Commerce Commission and
the Federal communications com
mission should be brought under
this department.
2. A secretary of banking and
insurance whose duties would in
clude administration of the recon
struction finance corporation and
other lending agencies.
3. A secretary of welfare who
would administer social security.
4. A secretary of public works
to administer all public works pro
grams.
“In view of changes the war’s
end will necessitate, President
Truman will have a beautiful
chance to reorganize the govern
ment on more businesslike lines if
Congress will let him,” Aiken com
mented in an interview.
He said Congress also should re
organize its machinery, but should
wait for the reorganization of the
executive departments. ,
-V
issuance Uf Canning
Sugar Rations Pushed
The War Price and Rationing
board yesterday announced that
coupons for home canning sugar
are now being issued as rapidly
as possible with the clerical help
available.
Predicting that it probably would
be June 10 before the present work
is completed, the board stated that
it would not be possible to receive
new applications or to correct er
rors ndw.
Persons who receive coupons in
amount indicating possible error
were requested to refrain from con
tacting the board at present. They
were asked to watch for the an
nouncement in June of dates for
new applications and for correc
tions of errors. •
| U- S. Army Group j
HORIZONTAL
1,7 Depicted is
insigne of the
U. S. Army
11 Symbol for
iridium
12 Native of
Paris
15 Sun god
16 Zoological
garden
18 Gun
19 Decay
20 Slave
22 Symbol for
selenium
23 Native of
Media
24 Pigpen
26 Ehtreat
*< renaming to
the cheek
29 Infirm
32 Winglike part
33 Blemish
34 Smears
37 Mountain
• crest
39 Gazelle
40 Fowl
41 Pain
43 Part of "be"
45 Girl’s name
48 Fondle
49 Swamp
53 Ifcnid
54 Editor (ab.)
55 Postponed
57 Early English
(ab.)
58 Acquit
<59 Reveres .'
VERTICAL
1 Magnitude
2 God of love
3’Epistle (ab.)
4 Short sleep
5 Three times
(comb, form)
6 Show
disapproval
7 Wolframite
8 Upon
9 Thrust
10 Satiate
13 Sainte (ab.)
14 Type of moth
17 Attack
19 Military units
21 Greek letter
23 Males
25 12 months
(ab.)
26 Bachelor of
A iitwff to PnrlMi Pnaale
Arts (ab.)
27 Shakespear
ean fairy
queen
28 Entire
30 Pillak
31 Before
35 Fish eggs
36 Symbol for
samarium
37 Exclamation
38 Scottish
sheepfold
41 One who
mimics ^^p
42 Surrender i
43 Exist '* |
44 Female horse
46 Those persons
47 Affirmative
votes
49 Encountered
50 Preposition
51 Seniors (ab.)
52 Matched
pieces
55 The gods
56 From
m
SENSATIONAL
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SHORT TIME ONLY
‘ Labor shortage makes of
|t/f/ fflr necessary regardless of
iSCi , Profit or loss. Act now—get a
p fu! 200 brilliantly colored Rainbow Mix
up....;o!ins bulblets. all first year growth, at a price
iR,!fnr#i°J?rt(!reained Possible. Varieties normally
,l10 ln older bulbs. Make your flower gar
Ri'Kniwi01 the town with the not of color only
•HftJS7iiIlxJBla<llolu8 fan bring. Gladiolus and
im sent by return mail. Order now l
rprE 3 RANUNCULUS BULBS INCLUDED
I IVLt with your order for promptness. Bloom
Jowprs flrst year into beautiful carnation-like
hff Yot?!K??,dellcate colors- Grow 10" 12"
gn. lour girt if you act now.
y* Pay only *149 Plui postage
'•endDrp^P a(U^Lus and 3 Ranunculus arrive, ur
- back ?rder- we Pay Postage. Money
guarantee.Supply limited. Mall order today to
MICHIGAN BULB CO., Dept. A-736
'flonro«AveniJ# N.W., Grand Rapid* 2, Mkh
STARTS
L—q—— TODAY! W
Now At Regular Prices! YB
An Unforgettable Story! \B
“The Song Of Bernadette” 11
with Jenifer Jones in M
Her Academy Award Role! JM
Wed. "THE PRINCESS JM
AND THE PIRATE" AM
HELD
t SUNDAY ONLY! YI
Errol Flynn in \1
"OBJECTIVE BURMA” jgj
Monday ahd Tuesday! /I
Meet The Modern Eve! JM
Ann Miiler in jM
EVE KNEW HER APPLES”^M
l!UlfcTB TODAY
Ml A Strange Story of m
If Adventure ahd of II
II Love and Hate J
W "ESCAPE IN THE FOG” |
B with Otto Kruger jJj
I Nina Foch M
irnr rviii ^M
% « I JTODAY
. It’s Gay vl
If It’s Wonderful!! \1
|j Donald O’Connor in I
|\ "THE MERRY MONAHANS” i
M With Peggy Ryan M
B ' —Monday Only— JM
^ "MADE ME A CRIMINAL” AM
WAVE THEATRE
CAROLINA BEACH
SUNDAY, MAY 27
"OUR HEARTS WERE
YOUNG AND GAY"
Gail Russel — Chas. Ruggles
MONDAY — TUESDAY
John Wayne
Ann Dvorak
In
WEDNESDAY—THURSDAY
"ROUGLY SPEAKING"
Rosalind Russell—Jack Carson
~ FRIDAX
"Adventures ei Kitty O'Day"
PLUS
JACKPOT
DOUBLE FEATURE SAT.
"MARSHALL OF RENO"
AND
"HIGH POWERED"
MANOR
• Today Only •
Queen
of the 4
Gambling]
Halls...
George Brent
Pricilla Lane
I “SILVER |
QUEEN” I
MONDAY—TUESDAY
"AFTER MIDNIGHT
WITH BOSTON BLACKIE"
— Plus —
"HAUNTED HOUSE"
YOU'LL MEET FRIENDS!
And You’ll Be Delighted With the Pleasant
Atmosphere At The St. John’s. You Can
Get • • • min
Sanday Lunch $1.25
Why Not Banish Home Cooking Worries
Today and Bring The Family To The
St. John’s? You’jT Be Glad You Came!
■ ST. JOHN'S TAVERN
RESTAURANT
114 Orange Street—Phone 2-8085
A Place Where Old Friends Meet,
Where Strangers Feel More At Home
And A Spot Where New Friends Are
Made! _
SUNDAY DINNER WEEK DAYS
12:30 to 2:30 Luncheon 12:30 to 2:30
j-30 to 8:30 Dinner 6:30 to 8:30
SATURDAY
Luncheon 12:30 to 2:30 — Dinner 5 to 8:30
CHICKEN IN THE ROUGH!
EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT
FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS b, BIosM
fMR-TENNY'S TftAINj And LOOK AT THE EAGER BEAVERS WAITING FOR.
WILL BE IN ANY / HIM To AIM HIS CAMERA ! THEY THINK THAT ANY
MINUTE ! ,-GAL WHO GETS HER. MUG IN RLE MAGAZINE AUTO
^MATICALLY BECOMES A MOVIE QUEEN / PHOOEYl
i If hiloa Tried wooing
J HIS ATTENTION like that
to haul her. off n a
ROWDY CART/
C X .
Those publicity seekers give me a •
PAIN l A IDT OF <5000 fT
* METO MEET THE
TWVIN IN ,
KINGSTON/
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BARNEY GOOGLE AND SNUFFY SMITH Bv BillT UtUeck
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/ 5IR-RFC. ROSEVWATER
/ IS RESIGNED TO HIS NEVW
OMUTARV STATUS AND
VWOULO 0E MOST GRATEFUL
TO REMAIN ATTACHEO
TO THESE OFFICES FOR
-UH SENTIMENTAL
REASONS
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AFTER VJdORWN' A0UR6
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ALLKYOOP___ By Hamlin
__ ALL RIGHT. BUT A
NOT WITHOUT
f GET A MOVE ON. MY PANTS
/ OSCAR/ ANYTHING EVEN IF HE
1 CAN HAPPEN WRECKS THE
V WITH OOP LOOSE IN JOINT /
iTHE LABORATORY/ - Yff
SO NOBODY BUT
WONMUG CAN RUN
THIS TIME-MACHINE,
EH? BY GUM, I Air
DOIN' SO BAD/
AHA? I GOT IT/ THERE'S OL'
DOC AN' TH' GRAND WIZER/,
SAY/ BY GOSH, THEM TWO ,
OLD QUACKS LOOK AS
MUCH ALIKE AS
fcTWQ PEAS/
I
MICKEY FINN _ By Lank Leonard
WHERE HAVE YOU \ IVE BEEN AT MlSstj
BEEN, UNCLE MIL? jOCVINES APARTMENT
WHY DIDN'T YOU < AND I'VE 60T
COME RIGHT HOME I SOMETHIN' WONDERFUL
FROM THE BALL? ^TO TELL YOU BOTH! >
JOEPALOOKA Bt Ham f isiu'i
.. . - ■■■- --- ■ - -- - - —. - - - - *_ - - --
While joe
AND JERRY
ARE BEING ,
SHOWN THE /
RUBBER i
PLANTATION *
LETS TAKE A }
QUICK LOOK 1
BACK IN
NEW YORK. \
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WELL.KIDDO. IN JUST THREE CAYS \J
WE'LL BE FK3HTIN' FER TH' TITLE IN
' MADISON SQUARE GARDEN. 16UESS J
VER PRETTY PROUD, HUH ?
r WELL,WHY DONTCHA SAY SOMETHIN', TOMMY?
YER GONNA WIN THAT CROWN, KID. YER
SENSASHUNUL. NOTHIN'S IN hr=a»i ~7A
F I SPOSE YER NERVOUS. I-1 WONDER , MR.
BUT VA OUGHTN'T TBE. ITS ] WALSH. PEOPLE KEEP
A TOUGH 6R1ND, MEDICAL ASKING ME-UH- AW
SCHOOL AN' BOXIN, BUT T HECK- I'M ALL TWISTED 1
GONNA BE WORTH it. r~ UP MENTALLY.
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■iiiiiiiiime.
BLONDIE By Chick Young
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MOON MULLINS _ *_ ^ _ _ By WHUr4
rwOTTA YA> A'EH- WE
MEAM"YOU JEST COT
COTTA CO'.' HERE,
V PLUSHIE? ^DEARIE
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GET OUT OF
THIS STORM
SUGAR.
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4hONEYBUMCH!|
A I CAN'T
gi SEEM TO
■ MAKE ANY *
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r A6AINST (
f A BLOW
J LIKE THIS, ,
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MTTLE ANNIE ROONEY Bv Brandon Wush
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I
OH, GOODY, 8HESCOMIN'
GOODY' HE5 % BACK TO d
TURNING TAKE A
AROUND! GOOD,
-' look!
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GLORYOSKY! ALMOST
EVERY PLANE SWOOPS
DOWN TO READ, HELLO,
sinbad! some day i'll
BETCHA SIN PAD WILL
COME SWOOPIN'DOWN
TUFN WEiL FEELGLAD
all over!

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