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»WMFD Wilniaftu
1400 KC
MONDAY, MAY 28
7:30—Family Altar.
7:45—Musical Clock.
1:0ft—News with Martin Agronsky.
8:18—Musical Clock.
8:3ft—Blue Correspondents Around the
World.
8:45—Rosa Rio. _
8:00—The Breakfast Club with Don
McNeil.
10:00—My True Story.
10:25—-Aunt Jemima Show.
10:30—Let's Dance.
10:45—One Woman’s Opinion.
11:00—Breakfast in Hollywood.
11:30—Gil Martyn, News.
11:45—Jack Berch and Boys.
12:00—Glamour Manor.
12:30—Farm and Home Makers.
1:00—Baukhage Talking—Whites’.
1:15—Musical Interlude.
1:25_News — Wilmington Star-News.
1:30—Rex Maupin and Orchestra.
1:45—Herman and Banta.
2:00—John B. Kennedy, News.
2:15—Ethel and Albert.
2:30—Johnny Thompson, Song Salesman,
g :45—Blue Correspondents Home and
Abroad.
2:00—Songs by Morton Downey.
3:15—Devotional Hour.
3:30—Ladies Be Seated.
4:00—Time Views the Newg.
4:15—It's Murder.
4:30—Reports from Abroad.
4:45—Hop Harrigan.
5:00—Terry and the Pirates,
5:15—Dick Tracy.
5:30—Lone Ranger.
6:00—Kierr.an’s News Corner.
6:15t-0range Crush ^erenaders.
6:20—Musical Interlude.
6:25—News Wilmingten Btar-Newl.
6:30—Ten, Two Four Time.
6:45—Treasury Salute.
7 :00—Headline Editions.
7:15—Raymond Gram Swing.
7:30—So You Want a Farm.
7:35—Let’s Dance.
g;00—Top of the Evening.
8:15_Johnson Jubilee Singeers.
8:30—Blind Date.
9:00—Major Huge North, Military In
telligence.
9:30—Victory Parade of Spotlight Bands.
9:55—Coronet Story Teller.
10:00—To Be Announced.
10:30—Reunion U. S. A.
11:00—U. P. News.
OVER THE NETWORKS
MONDAY, MAY 2*
Eastern War Time P.M.
Changes in programs as listed are due
to corrections by networks made
too late to incorporate.
*:45—Front Page Farrell Serial—NBC
Sparrow and Hawk, Serial — CBS
Capt. Midnight, a Sketch—BLU-east
Hop Harrigan in Repeat—other BLU
Tom Mix Serial Series — MBS-basic
6:00—News Report for 15 Mins—NBC
Quincy Howe & News Time — CBS
Walter Kieman and News — blu-EAST
Repeat of the Terry Serial—BLU-west
Chick Carter, Detective Repeat—MBS
6:15—America's Serenade; Sports—NBC
Jimmy Carroll Sings, Orchestra—CBS
Repeat from Dick Tracy—BLU-west
Serial Superman’s Repeat—MBS-west
6:30—Eileen Farrell's Songs Show—CBS
Repeat of Jack Armstrong—BLU-west
House of Mystery Repeat—MBS-west
6:45—Lowell Thomas A Newscast—NBC
World News and Commentary—CBS
Kay Armen with Songs—BLU-basic
Capt. Midnight in Repeat—BLU-west
Repeat of Tom Mix Serial—MBS-west
7:00—Como’s Supper Club— NBC-basic
Jack Kirkwood’s Radio Show—CBS
News, Commentary A Overseas—BLU
Fulton Lewis. Jr., Comments—MBS
7:15_News & Comment of World—NBC
Hcdda Hopper from Hollywood—CBS
Raymond Swing and Comment—BLU
Mutual Musical. Short Concert—MBS
7:30—Music of the Three Suns—NBC
Bob Hawk A Quiz Show—CBS-basic
Dancing Music Half Hour—other CBS
Lone Ranger's Drama of West—BLU
Bulldog Drummond Adventures—MBS
7 :45—Kaltonbom and Comment— NBC
6:00—Cavaleade of America Play—NBC
Vox Pop by Parks and Warren—CBS
Ted Malone’s Overseas Show—BLU
Cecil Brown’s Neews Comment—MBS
8:15—Lum and Abner Serial Skit—BLU
Curt Massey’s Broadcast Time—MBS
8 30—Howard Barrow A Concert—NBC
Bums and Allen Comedy Show—CBS
Blind Date and Arlene Francis—BLU
Sherlock Holmes A Dr. Watson—MBS
8:55—Five Minutes News Period—CBS
9.no- Voorhees Concert A Guest—NBC
CBS Radio Theater Hr. Drama—CBS
Mai. North. Military Intelligence—BLU
Gabriel Heatter and Comment—MBS
9:15—Real Life Stories, Drama—MBS
9:30-Information Please, a uiz—NBC
Spotlight Bands, GQuest Orches.—BLU
Better Half. Mr. and Mrs. Quiz—MBS
9:55—Five Minutes Story Teller—BLU
10:00_Contented Concert Orches.—NBC
Screen Guild Players A Guest—CBS
Reunion U. S. A,. Dramatic—BLU
Paging Mike McNally, Comedy—MBS
10:30—Doc. I. Q. and jjuiz Series—NBC
The Monday Variety Show—CBS-east
Bob Hawk Quiz Repeat—other ebs
To Be Announced (30 mins.)—BLU
“BITES” MASTER AND
GETS MEDAL
H. T. Galpin, o,* New York City,
woke up to discover that his body
bore 107 tooth marks inflicted by
his Great Dane dog “Jim”. His
dog was not punished for doing
this to his master. Instead he was
awarded a medal by a local hu
mane society. A medal he right
fully deserved.
Galpin and two friends were ov
ercome by gas fumes, and “Jim
on discovering their plight did no1,
wait to summon aid until he hat.
dragged all three into the open air.
The teeth marks cm his master’s
body were mute evidence of the
terrific struggle the dog had m
dragging Galpin’s limp and heavy
body many feet to safety.
THE UNFRIENDLY DOG
Your dog may be nice to strang
ers but all dogs are not as docile
as yours, and every now and then
you run across a savage one. Be
ware of such a dog—it is only sen
sible—but here are a few points
which are worth remembering if
and when you come upon an un
friendly dog:
You nave six sets oi weapon
should you care to use them. You
have your teeth, your two fists,
your two feet and your head. Inci
dentally, with your head you can
inflict cruel damage by butting.
If you can elude a dog’s bite, you
are safe from him. You can do so
by clutching him by the throat or
just behind the jaw as he attacks
you. A dog is harmless as long as
you can hold him in this manner.
This stunt is much simpler than
you realize if you are fairly swift
and accurate in the use of your
hands. But I agree with you—I
hope you don't have to try it.
TICKS
Each year I receive literal
hundreds of letters from dog own
ers residing in tick - infested areas
asking advice on how to keep their
dogs free of these pests. Personal
ly I have found the best way to
meet the tick problem is with pe
riodic dipping. There are a num
ber of different insecticides which
may be employed in dipping. One
of the most satisfactory is made
by mising two ounces of fine der
Symphony Committee
Plans Meeting Today
The Wilmington committee of the
North Carolina Symphony Society
will meet at 12 noon today at the
St. James parish house to discuss
plans for the forthcoming member
ship drive, it was announced by
Mrs. Eric Norden, chairman. Mrs.
Graham Kenan, advisor of the dis
trict committee, will be present.
-V
TOMATOES VS. GUN
BOSTON, May 27.—(U.R)—'When
Krikor Kezorkian arrived home to
find two men trying to open a rear
window, he let fly with a can of
tomatoes. The can missed and one
of the prowlers pulled out a gun
“Mister, I can shoot straighter
with this than you can with your
groceries,” he said, “so lay off till
we’re outa sight.’
Half Hour for Dancing Music—MBS
11:00—News for 15 Minutes—NBC-basic
The Supper Club Repeat—NBC-west
News; Variety, Dance 2 h.—ebs & BLU
Newsreel; Dance Orches., 2 h—MBS
11:15—Variety and News to 1 a.m.—NBC
‘‘AH dogs are not as friedly
as your dog.”
ris root powder, one ounce of neu
tral soap, and one gallon of
warm water. The derris powder
which can be purchased at your lo
cal drug store should contain at
least three per cent of rotenone,
which is the main constituent of
the powder.
DOG PICKETS ARE USED
Canine “pickets” with signs at
tached to their collars reading,
"Unfair to Dogs,” were recently
paraded in residential Beechhurst,
a part of New York City. The dogs
were led about that part of the
city in a drive for signatures to a
petition for repeal of the city’s ra
bies control regulation. This rul
ing stipulated that dogs found with
out a leash were to be confined for
six months in a veterinarian hos
pital or kennel at a cost of $1 per
day to the owners.
The dog pickets were successful.
Maybe it’s hard to say if their ac
tions actually had anything to do
with the regulation being repealed,
but the fact is that at this writing
it has been stricken from the law
books.
HELPS CURE SKIN AILMENTS
We are now approaching the
time of year when skin ailments
are more prevalent than at any
other time. The hot summer
months are when canine skin trou
bles reach their peak. Well - mean
ing friends will offer many so-call
ed sure cures, but often a careful
Four More Casualties
In Area Are Reported
The Office of War Information
has announced the names of four
more southeastern North Carolina
casualties. In each case the next
of kin has been notified.
Wilmington—Pfc. Anthony Com
entale, USMCli, wounded, husband
of Mrs. Anthony Comentale, 125-F,
Marion drive. S-Sgt. McCullouch
B. Wilson, Jr., Army, wounded
European regions, son of McCul
loch Brogden Wilson, Sr., lflOf
Chestnut street.
Warsaw — Gunner’s Mate J-e
Samuel W. Boney, Navy wounded,
son of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Boney.
Kinston—Pfc.' Maurice Outlaw,
Army wounded, Pacific regions,
son of Mrs. Emma D. Outlaw, 30J
East Gordon street.
-V
ARMY O.K.s HIS LEGS
BERWICK, Pa., May 27.—OJ.R)—
An area draft registrant’s idea that
his legs were “too short’ failec
to keep him out of the Army. The
examiners* passed him, explain
ing that his legs were all righi
since they “reached the floor.”
watch over diet will eradicate the
complaint. Many skin troubles in
warm weather are caused by faul- ]
ty feeding.
If you notice that your pet’s coat
is getting listless and that his skin
is getting sore spots cut down on
the amount of food you are feed
ing the dog. In fact, start now and
cut down a little on the size of
your dog’s meals. Such action will
help prevent skin troubles from
starting. Also add a liberal amount
of vegetables to his diet two or
three times a week.
THE QUESTION BOX
Question: Am about to wean a
litter of Scottie pups. What should
I feed them at first?
—D. M.
Answer: Start by giving them a
little warm milk in a saucer. Then,
(if they are five weeks of age),
feed them a small amount of
ground meat.
Question: We have a white Spitz
dog who gets very dirty. We bath
her once a week. Is this to ooften?
H. F. C.
Answer: Yes it is. Don’t bathe
the dog oftener than once a month.
To keep it clean rub corn meal in
its coat once a week and then
brush it out.
-V
Wrep-And-Tie Frock
9035
EIZES
12-20 .
MARION MARTIN
The sensational new wrap-and-tie
frock, Pattern 9035, that’s a begin
ner’s dream for easy sewing. No
armhole or side seams . . . just
wrap, button and tie trimly at
waist.
Pattern 9035 comes in sizes 12, 14.
16, 18 and 20. Size 16 takes 3 3-8
yds. 39-inch fabric.
Send TWENTY cents in coins for
this pattern to Wilmington Star
News 165 Pattern Dept., P. O.
Box 164, Station O, New York 11.
N. Y. Print plainly SIZE AND
STYLE NUMBER, YOUR NAME.
ADDRESS, ZONE.
JUST OUT. The Marion Martin
Summer Pattern Book, a collec
tion of all that’s new and smart in
wearing apparel for the family.
FREE Nightgown Pattern printed
:n bon]p» Send Fifteen Cents for
your copy.
DAILY CROSSWORD
ACROSS 47. Pieced out 16. Chart
1. Crowns 48. Small 20. Loiter
5. Large cut depression 21. Beige
9. External 49. Places 23. Explode
seed coating DOWN violently
10. Leather 1. Excellent 24. Shield
oil flask 2. Melody 27. Still
11. Pique , 3. Abyss 29. Songs
12. Soothe 4. Smooth and 30. Older
14. Brain shiny 32. Lair
covering 5. Gazelle . 34. Decorated
15. Type 6. Entire letter of
measure 7. Sliver opening 40. Incite
17. Anger 8. Listened to chapter 42. Tavern
18 Guido’s 11. Foam 35.Vexed 43. Cushion
lowest note 13. Affirmative 36. Gives out, 45. Weight
19. Period reply as aid (Turk.)
of time
(Rom. cal.)
22. Manufac
tured
25. Agreement
26. Funeral
song
28. Loon-like
bird
31. Bound
33. River
(Russ.)
34. Covered
with icing
37. Lord
(abbr.)
38. Sixteenth
letter
(Hebrew)
39. Negative
reply
40. Malt
beverage
41. Demand
44. Per. to the
lobes
46. Spirit
lamp
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salvage. There’s no trick at
all to saving the easy amounts,
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run is the hard-to-get fats —
table scraps, meat trimmings.
Save them all; once a week
melt them down and add the
liquid fat to your salvage can.
(Remember, you get 2 red
points and 4c for every pound
of used fats you turn in.)
Needed this year. 100,000,000 more
pounds of used fats
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