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--- : PLANS CAMPAIGN The North Carolina Symphony Soeiety committee, Mrs. Laura Norden, chairman, voted at a meet ing in the St. James Parish house mt noon Saturday to start its cam paign for memberships of the so eiety in this vicinity Monday. Active memberships cost $5, gen eral memberships $1. Active mem bers are entitled to attend the or chestra's concerts anywhere in the atate without additional charge. General members may attend one concert in Wilmington. Thee expectation is that suffi cient members will sign on the dot ted line to guarantee a concert here during the coming season if more memberships are sold than the largest available hall can seat the High school auditorium the orchestra will repeat the same program at a second concert, prob ably in the afternoon of the same day. This arrangement is assured by the society. A large list of possible sub scribers has been contacted by mail from Chapel Hill with full infor mation on the plan and subscrip tion blanks. These may be return ed direct to Chapel Hill, Mrs. Nor den has explained, with check Of money order. Wilmington will re ceive credit for all subscriptions thus made. . If subscribers wish to make their contributions locally. Mrs. Norden said that checks should be made out to Charles F. Jones. Treasurer, and may be sent to him. care the Wilmington Electrical Supply Co.. 709 Nutt street, or to the Yopp Piano Co., 209 Princess street, which will be downtown headquar ters of the Wilmington committee during the campaign. The symphony orchestra, which has been widely publicized by lead ing periodicals, is the first state orchestra to be subsidized by the state itself. One of the require ments is that wherever the orches tra plays it must give a free per formance for school children. --V Rabies Vaccination Clinics Scheduled Bill Lassiter, city rabies inspec tor, has announced the following dog vaccination clinics to be con ducted Monday: 8:30-10 a.m., city garage, Ninth and Fanning streets: 10:30 a.m. to noon, fire station, Third and Wil lard streets; 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m., corner Seventeenth and Castle streets; 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m., cor ner of Fifth and Nixon streets. Annual vaccination of all dogs is required by the North Carolina law. All dog owners were urged by Lassiter to have their dogs vac cinated immediately as clinics will be discontinued soon. -V NO ACCIDENT IN 28 YEARS BOONEVILLE, Mo., June 2—(U.R) —Fritz J. Bantrup has completed 28 years of transfer work here without a traffic accident and without a vacation except two re sulting from disabilities. On one eccasion he suffered a sprained |nkle and on another he was off prom work because of illness. PFCORD NURSES AIDE|^^^^GRADUATES ^ % .r ^ 1 ^ • wwmbem «*» w* • - ** - » Shown above is the latest and largest class of Nurses Aides ever to be graduated from James Walker Memorial hospital. Members of this cla=s oraduated late in April are now rendering volunteer service at the hospital. They are; First row, right to left: Mrs. Lyndall, Mrg Browder Mrs V Mann. Miss I Danford. Mrs. J Enos, Miss B. Smith, Mrs. Ann Buck, Miss M. Thornton, Miss B. Sandersom Mrs. Frf Smith Mrs Mad®e Smith Miss Augusta Futch, instructor; second row, right to left: Miss Mary Reaves. Mrs. G. Johnson, Miss M. San ford Miss' Sams Miss I Ayes. Mrs A. Murray, Mrs. D. M. LeGwin, Miss Peggy Summerlin. Miss B. Ballard, Miss F. Smith; third row, right to left' Mrs S Webb Miss O Danford. Mrs. F. Shaw. Mrs. P. Foster. Miss J. Almond, Miss F. N. Smith. Miss R. Jackson, Mrs. J. Bale , Mi = s S Cash well' fourth row right to left: Miss C. Newbold, Miss E. Dew, Miss G. Sloan; Miss A. Gaylord. Mrs. F. Jordan, Miss H White head Mss B MarUn Miss M Dizor Mrs. J. Boles. Mrs. R. Harris, Miss B. Kendall, Mrs. A. Davis. Mrs. P. Brandt: fifth row right to left Miss’J Newbold Mrs. P. Eggleston. Miss D. Howie. Miss A. Butler, Miss D. Landen; sixth row, right to left. Miss Marjorie Davis, Miss J. Dunham Miss B Allen Mrs L Perry Miss S. Bradshaw. Mrs. M. Rawls. Miss Maria Davis: seventh row. right to ieft. Mrs. M. Brown, iMrs C Bradford.'m“s D Caldwell. Mrs. J. Keels, Miss H. Trott, Mrs. E. Fruitt, Miss R. Reaves, Miss E. Volk, Miss M. Bate, Miss D. Lyon. Miss G. Holmes. Miss A. Carr, Mrs. M. Gaylord._____ Move To Cut Army’s Peacetime Court Martial Powers Pushed WASHINGTON. June 2.—W- A move to cut deeply into the Army's court martial powers over peacetime trainees conscripted un der proposed universal military training legislation is being pushed by Representative Kilday (D-Tex.). Just how far he proposed to go in curbing the military’s powers in taking punitive action against its own personnel, Kilday was un certain when he gave his views at a committee meeting yester day. Eut he indicated that he favored removal of court martial powers in peacetime except in cases in volving minor infractions of regu lations. Certainly, the Texan said, in time of peace military person nel accused of major crimes should be dealt with by civil courts. A member of the military com mittee, Kilday said he will submit his proposal as an amendment to legislation providing for compulso ry peacetime military training. The administration of military justce, Kilday declared, “lies fal len in ill repute” because of re cent reversals of courts martial sentences after publicity had been given to them. As a result, he added, the pub lic is losing confidence “in the ad ministration of military justice" and “the people think that noth ing can be done for courts martial cases unless they can bring out side pressure.” Kilday stated his views as the House committee on post-war mil itary policy set the stage for the opening of hearings on peacetime draft proposals. The committee, headed by Rep resentative Woodrum (D.-Va.), will start its public sessions Mon day with Undersecretary of State Joseph Grew as the first witness. Major Gill Appointed To Camp Lejemne Post CAMP LEJEUNE, June * — Marine Major Ellen J. Gill, ef Hanover, New Hampshire, has been named Assistant for Women Reserve on the staff of the Com manding General at this camp. She replaces Major Lillian O. Daly, de tached. Major Gill has been serving here as Assistant Director of Food Service for women Marines and as officer in charge of Hostess houses and treasurer of Hostess houses. She has been relieved of her duty in connection with the food service but retains her duties with the Hostess houses. -V Illinois is the Sucker State. Its flower is the violet. Johnson Re-Elected Official Of State Bankers Association Warren S. Johnson, president of the Peoples Savings Bank and Trust company, of Wilmington, was re-elected third vice president of the North Carolina Bankers asso ciation, at a meeting in Raleigh last week. Since a general convention could not be held, the executive commit tee authorized Mr. Johnson and other officers to remain in their present positions until the next regular convention. Gordon C. Hunter, executive vice president, The Peoples Bank, Rox boro ,was elected president of the Association, to succeed Jesse N Coburn, executive vice president of the Waccamaw Bank and Trust company, Whiteville. Mr. Coburr resigned the presidency at the enc of his year in office. The United States in 1945 wil produce an estimated 700,000 ton: less of fats and oils than it die last year. Per capita consumptior will be cut to 36 pounds, a reduc tion of 6.2 pounds from last year YEW NURSES AIDES CLASSSCHEDULED The fifteenth class of Nurses rides, to be instructed by Miss iugusta Futchs, will be organized t James Walker Memorial hos dtal June 11. and the 80-Hour raining period will flot exceed six veeks. , . Mrs. J D. Freeman, chairman 3f Volunteer Special Services, American Red Cross, has expres sed the need for volunteer services during the daytime hours, and has urged all young girls who car serve during the day to registei with with Miss Futchs for th< course. Upon completion of the course the graduate is qualified to servf at the hospital, After aqcumulatior of 10Q hours service at the in stitution, she may work as a Nurs es Aide at Bleuthenthal airport o: Bulluck clinic. All applicants mus be High school graduates. -V ROBBED 4 TIMES IN 4 MONTHS SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., June 2 —(U.R)—Mike Stathis, 65-year-olc grocer, apparently has been elec ted “the man we would most like to hold up” by local burglars Stathis told police he has beer held up four times in four month: Gunmen have been geHing les: each time, Stathis smiled. The las haul reached a low of $110. Elizabeth City Homes Unit Declared Surplus WASHINGTON, June 2—(A1)—'The Federal Public Housing authority has declared Enfield homes dormi tory at Elizabeth City, N. C., sur plus, and has announced it will be offered for sale to the city, county, or other public or qua,,.^, agency, if no other federal a;ent. desires it. 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