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The Wilmington morning star. [volume] (Wilmington, N.C.) 1909-1990, January 17, 1946, Image 10

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SHRINERS HERE
TO ATTEND MEET
A Royal Order of Jester’s meet
Inf and banquet in New Bern on
the night of January 23rd, will
open the annual two-day business
meeting and winter ceremonial of
S Shrine Temple with Wil
3 -ten members present.
The meeting of the New Bem
organization No. 145, whose of
ficers are William C. Woodara,
Rocky Mount, director, and C. A.
Seiffert, New Bern, impresario,
Vill be attended by Earl Goodwin,
James E. L. Wade and L. A.
Haney, all of Wilmington.
A business meeting has been
called for 5:13 p. m. to be followed
by a banquet at 8:30 in the Club
Diamond after which a social hour
has been arranged'.
The serious part of the program
will follow on Jan. 24 when mem
bers of the Sudan Shrine Temple
from Eastern North Carolina hold
their members of the Sudan
Shrine Temple from Eastern North
Carolina hold their regular busi
ness meeting and ceremonies.
Taking part in the program of
the day will be the Sudan drum
corps of Wilmington, of which
Goodwin is captain and Horace
King, lieutenant. The Raleigh
Sudan band and the New Bern
Sudan patrol will also take part ii
wie ticuviucs.
A large class of candidates will
be inititated during the day with
several candidates, yet to be
named, from Wilmington to be in
cluded in the class.
Highlighting the final phases of
the meeting will be an oyster
roast and barbecue.
NELSON RETURNED
HERE TO ANSWER
BREAK-IN CHARGE
Daniel Pere Nelson, 23, was re
lumed here from Hillsborough
tounty, Florida, and lodged in the
New Hanover county jail in default
of $1,000 bond, in connection with
khe break-in and .robbery of the
Pearsall home, Market street,
some time ago.
Nelson was returned by Deputy
Iheriff S. B. Yopp after he had
seen extradited by the governor
sf Florida at the request of Gover
nor R. Gregg Cherry.
His trial is scheduled for the
May criminal term of Superior
Court, it was learned last night.
Dial 2-3311 for Newspaper Service
GRIEVING DEGNANS REST WITH KIN
THEM FEATURES PIAINIY MOWING EFFECTS of strain and sorrow, James
Degnan and his wile are shown at Boston airport leaving the plane that
flew them from Chicago lor a week of rest with relatives in Worcester,
Mass- Chicago police were still unable to solve the brutal kidnaping
slaying of their 8-year-old daughter Suzanne._(International)
CHERRY TO CITE
DRAFT OFFICIALS
Governor R. Gregg Cherry wil
2 sent special awards and certi
f ,es to five members of the
consolidated New Hanover countj
draft board and two governmen
5 eal agents in Raleigh on Jan
uary 22, for their wartime service
it was announced yesterday.
The certificates and awards, an
thorized by the War Departmen
in recognition of the donated serv
ices of draft board members art
appeal agents who have a recorc
of continuous service of more thai
two years, will be presented to thi
following men:
W. M. Hewlett and T. S. Wood
members of Draft Board No. 1
J. N. Alexis, L. T. Landen ant
H. H. Trask, members of Boarc
No. 2, and government appea
agents Murray James, who servec
with board No. 1, and Marsdei
Bellamy, who served with board
No. 2.
Since August 31, 1945, New Han
over draft boaras nave been act
ing as a consolidated draft board
with the office in the custom
house.
Members of old Draft board No.
2 comprise the only draft board in
the county that has served con
tinuously since passage of the Se
lective Service act and appoir
ment of draft board members in
1940, according to Mrs. P. H. Kas
berry, coordinator of the two
boards.
The awards and certificates will
be awarded to approximately 700
persons by Gov. Cherry at various
points in North Carolina between
i Jan. 22 and Jan. 28.
Mustard sauce can be made by
heating together 1-4 cup of vine
gar and 1 tablespoon brown
sugar. Add 1-2 teaspoon mustard
to a beaten egg. Cook in a double
■ boiler until thickened to a soft
custard. Add 1-2 teaspoon salt and
■ beat in 1 1-2 tablespoons table fat.
NCHA TO STUDY
MEDICAL PLANS
In a letter yesterday from E. B.
v awford, director of the North
( "capital Saving: -- 'i
1 \ it was revealed that ‘he suc
cess of the in-patient or hospital
phase of the proposed Blue Cross
plan for care of veterans in this
state, is dependent on passage of
the plans by the North Carolina
Hospital association.
Crawford, who with members of
the State Medical society and Ray
Galloway, executive director of
American Legion Post No. 10, at
tended a meeting in •'Washington
last week at which time they con
ferred with Veterans Administra
tion officials, wrote Galloway, say
ing: ., ,
“The final plans of the hospital
angle of the Blue Cross plan pro
posed for North Carolina was not
completed at our Washington con
ference. The plan, which is not yet
in effect any place in the country
must be first approved by the
North Carolina Hospital associa
tion.”
Crawford explained that he had
arranged a meeting with the presi
dent of the NCHA for the latter
xiraolr at whirh time
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And Penetro Nose Drops
quickly relieve stuffy
head cold, too — so you
_ breathe easier almost in
stantly. Caution: Use only as directed.
Only 25c. 2>,4 times as much for 50c. Re
member, you get fast 2-drop relief with
PENETRO DRtfpS
Lemon Juice Recipe
Checks Rheumatic
Pain Quickly
K you suffer from rheumatic; arthritis Of
neuritis palm try this simple Inexpensive borne
recipe that thousands are using. Get a pack
age of Ru-Ex Compound, a two-week supply,
today. Mix It with a quart of water, add the
Juice of 4 lemons. It’s easy. No trouhlo at
all and pleasant. You need only 3 tablespoon
fuls two times a day. Often within 48 hours
— sometimes overnight — splendid results are
obtained. If the pains do not quickly leave
and if you do not feel better, return the
empty package and Ru-Ex will coat you noth
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an absolute money-back guarantee. Ru-Ex
Compound la for sale and recommended by
Saunders Drug Store and drug stone ewywbere.
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From that viewpoint our circulation be
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There are weft-known standards for dr
mdation values iust as there are definite
measures of wdght and quality as used
in the purchase and sale of merchandise.
The standards for evaluating circulation
have been established by the Audit Bureau
of Circulations, a national cooperative
association of 2000 advertisers, advertising
agencies and publishers in the United
States and Canada. This newspaper is an
A.B.C. member.
The Bureau has a large staff of experi
enced auditors and each year one of these
men visits our office and makes an audit
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Ask for a copy of our latest A. B, C. report giving audited facts
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T T ____- " ' —
hey will meet with trustees of
he Hospital association and draw
ip final plans for the adoption of
he program.
It win then he taken to Wash
ington for final passage by VA
officials, Crawford explained. He
ilso said he would be accompanied
;o Washington by the president of
he NCHA and requested Galloway
;o make the trip with them.
In the medical, or out-patient,
ohase of the proposed plan, it was
sxplained today by Galloway that
the program and plans have been
drawn and approved by Washing
ton officials. Dr. Oren Moore, presi
dent of the State Medical society,
has called a meeting of the 12
members of the board of directors
of the society for their final ap
proval of the plan, after which it
win be returned to Washington to
be put into working effect by VA
officials.
The Coast Guard was the only
established mUitary service in
Alaska before World War H. For
outstanding service to that terri
tory, it earned the nickname
"Godfather of Alaska.”
TWO MEN KILLED
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Jan. 16.
_-{U.R5—Fred B, Skipper and Har
ry p„ Starrett, both of Jackson
ville, Were killed this morning
when. two automobiles collided
head-on. Four other • occupants of
the two vehicles, all of Jackson
ville, were seriously injured.
KEEN SHOT AT 36
WESTFIELD, Ind.—(U.R>— Shube
Millikan is still a good shot at 86.
He killed six rabbits in six shots
on his farm the other day—with
out glasses. Millikan used ttl ,
big game in Maine and
but he says hunting
home is more his speed now ‘ “
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