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RHODES ASKS AID
FOR PROBATION Thp consequences of the disrup . of family life caused by the tl01J are already apparent in many *'i ,v.P cases coming before our Js according to W. K. Rhodes, u orominent attorney of Wilming „„ U0 today issued an appeal for he support of the National Proba tion Association. ..... rhildren who passed their forma ' years in congested war boom ‘‘ jns often left on their own while wh" parents were employed are reaching maturity and the of insecurity are bringing •vL 0f them into conflict with the Sr. Rhodes said. Veterans too, are among those ,„we difficulties bring them into 'mirt Mr. Rhodes added. Many Cf them had not reached maturity °Ln the war began and are no^ bein« released from the protection Md discipline of the armed serv ices at a time when competition tor jobs and security places great strains on them at a critical period in their lives. It is vital to the wel tare of our community and nation that the courts probation and pa role services and programs foi crime and delinquency preventior lemsrePared t0 meet tbese Prob . ^bose who served their country war are certainly en best care that modern understanding and science car provide when difficulties arise in their lives. Mr. Rhodes continued: “In these fa^s °f P°st war readjustment and attendant unemployment re suiting in an increase of delin quency and domestic problems, we are indeed grateful to organiza tions and institutions which have as their objective the study oi these conditions, the betterment oi he agencies coming in contact with these youthful offenders and the aU out protection and rehabili tation of these citizens of tomor row. “The National Probation Associ ation, manned by leaders in this specialized field, equipped by years of training and experience, has served in many communities throughout the nation with valua ble and intelligent surveys, instruc tive literature and ever ready counsel and help to judges, proba tion officers and many others in terested in the uplift of humanity.” The national officers of the As sociation are: Roscoe Pound, Dean Emeritus of Harvard Law School, president; George W. Smyth, vice president; Henry deForest Bald win, treasurer and Charles L. Chute executive director. Contributions should be sent to W. K. Rhodes, Jr. Odd Fellows Building Wilmington, N. C. and checks made payable to the Na tional Probation Association. Frances Bacon translated one volume of his essays into Latin thinking , they might not survive if printed in English only. The Original Special Motor Fuel D one and only, the original in his new battle of wits over WMFD THURSDAYS 7:30 P. M. AMERICAN OIL CO. FOR TIGHT Mentho-Mulsion contains special Ingred ients that quickly help loosen tight Ehlegm, soothe the Irritated throat mem ranes and allay the coughing. Money back if not delighted. Use only as directed. Expert llii CLOCK REPAIR 5-Day Service THE JEWEL BOX I Wilmington’s Largest Credit lij Jewelers 109 N. Front St. What A Cough! And how it hurts, and nags And disturbs your sleep. 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M.—Subtract Changes in programs as listed are due One Hour for CST., 2 Hours for MST. to corrections by networks made too late to incorporate. 5:30—Just Plain Bill, Dramatic—NBC Cimarron Tavern Serial Story—CBS The Jack Armstrong Serial—ABC-EASI Captain Midnight’s Story—MBS-BASIC 5 :45—Front Page Farrell Serial—NBC Sparrow and The Hawk, Serial—CBS Tennessee Jed, Drama Skit—ABC-eas Hop Harrigan in Repeat—other ABC Tom Mix, a Serial Series—MBS-basi< 6:00—News Report for 15 Mins.—NBC Fifteen Minutes of News—CBS-basi< Dancing Music Orchestra—other CBS Walter Kiernan and News—ABC-eas Repeat of the Terry Serial—ABC-wes Howe’s Answers, Repeat — MBS-wes 6:15—Echoes of Tropics; Sports—NBC Patti Clayton Sings Some Songs—CBS Repeat from Dick Tracy — ABC-wes Repeat Superman Serial — MBS-wes 6:30—Encore Appearance Concert—CBS Jack Armstrong in Repeat—ABC-wes' Repeat of Capt. Midnight—MBS-wes 6:45—Lowell Thomas & Newcast—NBC World News and Commentary—CBS Cal Tinney Commentary — ABC-basii Tennessee Jed, in Repeat—ABC-wes Tom Mix, Serial Repeat — MBS-wes 7:00—Radio’s Supper Club—NBC-basi< Fifteen Min. Sponsored Series—CBI News Commentary & Overseas—ABC Fulton Lewis. Jr. & Comment—MBS 7:15—News & Comment of World—NBC Tenor Jack Smith Sings—CBS-basic Raymond Swing and Comment—ABC Dancing Music for 15 Minutes—MBS 7:30—Bob Burns’ Comedy—NBC-basic Mr. Keen, 30 Min. Drama—CBS-basic Dancing Music Orchestra—other CBS Prof. Quiz Back on the Air—ABC Arthur Hale in Comment—MBS-east 7:45—Kattenbom Comment — NBC-west Inside of Sports. Bill Brandt—MBS 8:00—Geo. Burns & Gracie Allen—NBC Suspense Mystery Drama Show—CBS bum and Abner Comedy Skit—ABC One Night Stand, Drama Series—MBS 8:15—Earl Godwin in Comment—ABC 8:30Dinah Shore's Open House—NBC The FBI in Peace and War—CBS America Town Meeting Forum—ABC Dick Powell Mystery Drama—MBS 8:55—Five Minutes News Period—CBS 9:00—Frank Morgan Music Hall—NBC Music from Andre Kostelanetz—CBS Gabriel Heatter and Comment—MBS 9:15—Real Life Stories, Drama—MBS 9:30—Jack Haley’s Variety—NBC-basic Hobby Lobby by Dave Elman—CBS Detect and Collect by a Quiz—ABC Weekly Concert from Antonini—MBS 9:5o—Five Minutes News Show—ABC Abbott & Costello Comedy—NBC Island Venture, Drama Series—CBS Curtain Time, Dramatic Series—MBS „Make the News, Dramatic—MBS 10^^~The Rudy Vallee Variettee—NBC The Danny O’Neil Song Theater—CBS Dance Music for Half Hour—ABC Be Announced (30 Mins.)—MBS News for 15 Minutes—NBC-basic The Supper Club Repeat—other NBC News, Variety, Dance 2 h.—CBS & ABC Nows: Dance Band Shows 2 h.—MBS 1115—Variety and News to 1 a. m.—NBC NEW CHAIRMAN Clarence Poe of Raleigh, editor of Progressive Farmer, is new chairman of the federal board of vocational education, which meets quarterly in Washington to review activities of vocational education in the fields of commerce, agricul ture and labor, and in home eco nomics. RETURNS TO LONDON LONDON, Jan. 23.— (/P) —Lt. Gen. Sir Frederick Morgan, UNRRA chief in Germany who stirred severe criticism recently when he told a press conference that a secretly plotted exodus of Jews from Europe was under way, returned to London today. Tone Deafness Threatens Swing Fans, Expert States NEW YORK, Jan. 23—OJ.R)—Un less swing music disappears with in 10 years, most of its fans will be tone deaf for the rest of their life. That’s straight from Deems Tay lor, the nation’s number one music expert. He said today that thou sands of swing fans already had heard so many false notes they wouldn’t know a real one if the Pied Piper himself tooted it. “There aren’t any pure notes in real swing,” Taylor said. “I’ll have to commit suicide if it gets much worse. My ear aches when I hear people humming off key too much.” He was hopeful, though. Matter of fact, he said the popularity of classical music is increasing. He predicted that within another generation commuters would whistle Brahms or Mozart sym phonies on their way to work. “Now, that I could take,” Tay lor said. “You just can’t make their music sound as bad as swing —unless, of course, you swing it.” He cited as proof of his theory the increase of high school and college classical orchestras from 1.000, 15 years ago, to 20,000 in 1945. Additional proof, he said, was the stealing of classical music for swingy love songs. “Maybe the swing writers are running out of tunes already,” Taylor said. “That’s the beginning of the end for any song writer. They’ve got to have tunes.” Taylor, author of operas, orches tral numbers and musical ency clopedias, admitted furthering swing’s cause by making it profit able. He is president of ASCAP, which insures song-writers mem bers of nice profits. - But he claimed he was making up for that on the RCA Victor radio program during which he en gages in a verbal battle for the classics. “I hope we’ll all be saved from swing soon,” Taylor said. “It’s really alarming when people don’t know Beethoven’s seventh from Manville’s eighth.” DETACHED CHERRY POINT, Jan. 23-Col. James M. Daly has been ordered detached from duty here at the Marine air station and wil go to Washington for an assignment at Marine Corps headquarters. CONSTIPATION Hazardous in BAD COLDS Beware of sluggish elimination when you have a cold. Ii you are constipated you may be sure your intestines are retaining Virus-laden mucus and other putrefac tive waste matter. This condition may in terfere with the treatment of the cold and lead to more serious complications. Relieve this hazardous constipated con dition promptly tonight with Calotabs. 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