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IRound-The-Town Reporter
With
ben McDonald
Originally scheduled to spend one day in this city John
Stelle. National commander American Legion has changed
if ians and will be m Wilmington for two days arrivfne
the 28th of March. According to the information receiv
0 hv this column, Commander Stelle will arrive bv nW
1 4p.m. on the 28th-and is scheduled to leave the Sv
T0n the afternoon of the 29th. In the Stelle a?r carav^
jli be his aide, Jack McCauley, a World War II veteran'
mt Brandon, National officer, Veterans affairs, and
rnlnnel nobtiuc xuxx*tx. x. xj
Bp;!k Cfl.om national headquarter
BK lile plane will pick up Gov
BfK cherry and his part;
IC pSa^' purpose of the com
B It’s visit is to attend, a
B r„f honor, the annual conver
BfjeSx company C, 115th Machin
Bf* hitta'ion of which he was ;
B«®.p. jn the first world w.ar
B mep Hollis, superintendent of th.
■ ' ,. ..’-fare board, also a mem
H coun,!f company, will act a
m blCal tost for the meeting. Whei
M£e wrote his letter of accep
BS ,-n Hollis he also stated tha
B ; would enjoy renewing his ac
|’'“nee with Mrs. Thoma
BJW widow of the late comman
IK Company C. Gov. Cherr;
B d Ben Douglas, former mayor o
■ anflD _a wi+h stoiio
t:on at J2 o’clock noon, on the 18th day
of March, 1946, at the foot of" Wright
Street, :n the City of Wilmington,, North
Carolina, the following described motor
vehicle:
398Sfi21 ini- , .Chevrolet — Motor No.
«5B21. 194o License No. 357-487
Tne Police Department or the City of
lS1™?1™’, North Carolina, will take
no.ice that the undersigned garage own
LS “ lts. possession the above de
ni e, C£r aP° bereby demands payment
char™ mechanic’s lien and storage
Mari .<2„or be£ore the 18th da; of
c]rimb’i. l94i and unless such storage
motor tv11! °n or be£ore said date the
soId at ihlC ! above described will be
abLLhcJhoyr" date’ and the Place
ed t le name o£ the register
sir a/ LbelnE u”kno*n to the under
lie,™/. amount of the mechanic's
the ora.se. charges claimed by
out, 'r°1£ned is $26.00, as above set
day of February, 1946.
& CAMEBON COMPANY
NOTICE OF SALE
T.„. °F motor vehicle
sr]e‘ J,y. vlrtue of the power of
Geaen/cti61! m Section 44-2, of the
Chapter iiufn01 North Carolina, and
•be undisL01^,6 Public Laws of 1845 •
lien and stnrald’ 1° Eatls£y a mechanic’s
lion anVlc ,sal,e and seI1 at Public auc
of March iSi?Ck P0?/1' on the IMh day
Street! the £oo‘ d£ Wright
Carolina th!f P1,*?' of Wilmington, North
vehicle;’ ne following described motor
ls« LiSLMirquette' Motor No. 10109,
The si, et,N°' 354-290.
of North r-mfhWay Patro1 of the State
the undersmi0 ina wiil 43156 notice that
1!s PosSinn ? gaiage owner haa in
*nd he-rtv njtne abcve described car
mechanic's t, demand3 Payment of the
before th« and storage charge on or
“nless sucn 8ih day o£ March, 1946, and
before saHQa?,°rafu claim is paid on or
described ‘it’ the motor vehicle above
,nd plan. d be sold at the hour, date,
registered ni-e nan?ed. the name of the
lintesi2nrr|' ner being unknown to the
®echnaiC 5 ,i.„The , amount of rhe
Clsim-.i . hen anri c?nru ho oU i%r-r. r
above set cut undersisned is $35.00, as
tocliiLLAN si day o£ February, 1946.
—-—-_^_«_CAMERON COMPANY
nr ^,TiCE 0F SALE
Under a„ri f,0T0R VEHICLE
c'e contaHPrdy-vlr£ue o£ the power of
General 0. “ 111 Section 44-2, of the
Chapter 714 „fs,uo£ North Carolina and
he undersirni, Public Laws o£ 1945
Uea and sir«td’ *? sahsty a mechanic’s
Storages,aiage cbarges as follows:
829.00. ‘ c‘;arge from 9-9-45—2-9-46—
,.To?af!lS3EeJ0vice-$2.50.
fmn °a”eHo°,r “la and sell at public auc
‘®th day , at 12 o clock noon, on tht
{r‘8ht Street* iP'TCIb £949- a£ the foot ci
forth Carohn !n ihe City o£ Wilmington,
motor vehicle' ’ the £o£lowin8 described
315687, I9r4, Chevrolet — Motor No.
Th^p ^ 266-m. IDAD5-33832- 1943
WtaC;* Department of the City oi
o::ce that ihf<ortb Carolina, will taki
r has in j’,he undersigned garage own
cribed c,-ls Possession the above de
ject oi th„ ?fd nereby demands pay
Jarges cm mechanic’s lien and storagi
‘‘arch, ]q4fior before the 18th day oi
aim is nairt and un£ess such storagi
“otor vehirio°n,0r before said date, 1h<
°'d at -h„ if above described will bi
amM, t’nn ,, r’ date, and place abovi
r being „P],a®e o£ the registered own
he amount £o £he undersigned
“rage ch. prT0£ £lle mechanic’s, lien and
'Bled is s->,gA! Calmed by the under
a-his the above set out.
'acMlLLAM1 » <7?y o£ February, 1946.
—h. & CAMERON COMPANY
3 th^ w.ould be arranged for
• the local legion.
f THIS AND THAT
A few noteworthy things that
3 bappened during the month of
March: Nebraska admitted to the
, ^.n!on’ 1867 . . . First public test
- ol two-way oceanic radio telephony
b^ween New York and London,
| . . . Standard time adopted in
- United States, 1884 ... Eli Whitney
i granted patent on cotton gin, 1794
* U’ * Commodore perry made “Open
1 Door” treaty with Japan, 1854 . . .
' General Joseph W. Stilwell of the
: Burma campaign fame, born 1883
... United States Civil Servic!
! commission organized 1883 . . .
And four presidents of the U. S.
[ Jackson, Madison, Cleveland and
Tyler, were born in March ...
And frankly I don’t think anyone
could say that March came in like
a lion—eh, what?
IN PASSING
When the president talks from the
White House, nearly 900 radio sta
tions may be “hooked up”' to the
network of Bell system lines which
transmit radio programs from
coast to coast. And everyone ex
pects without surprise the fact that
radio chains offer network pro
ffram.c: from mnrninn rrV»4
seven days a week. Yet never till
January 4, 1923, were two radio
stations linked for one broadcast.
Early-day fans donned earphones
that evening to listen to a three
hour concert originating at WEAF
in New York and also heard over
WNAC in Boston. The first country
wide tie-in did not appear until
the political campaigns in 1928. In
all the networks, through the tele
phone company, are served by
about 135,000 miles of constantly
attended circuits. That, my friend,
is a lot of wire. So remember,
when and if something should hap
pen to cut off a program, be pa
tient, such service deserves the
consideration of all listeners.
BETWEEN YOU AND ME
Had a nice chat with Mary Mohr
who is back in the city after an
absence of eight years. She was
just bursting with pleasure as she
met so many of her old friends . . .
A word of thanks to N. A. Peebles
for his interesting letter. £)ne of
these days soon “N. A.’’ we will
discuss it . . . Clyde Leonard sat
down with me for a moment to ex
plain his .idea of how a certain sec
tion of the city could be brought up
to date. It’s a good plan and more
about it later . . . Ray Galloway
reports a most successful trip to
Charlotte . . . R. O. “Rock” Grant
is on the mend after a week’s stay
in the hospital . . . Congrats to
Mary Symmer who will celebrate
a birthday next Saturday ... A
word of appreciation to Mrs. Duke
and her daughter, Phyliss for theii
cooperation on last Saturday mom
The Street” today at 1:45 p.m. . .
Virginia Oliver waves hello as she
is off to Wrightsville.
SPOT NEWS
Post No. 10 will dramatize on ac
tual local veterans problem when
they present another in their week
ly radio series ‘‘The Wilmington
American Legion On The Air” pro
grams over WMFD at 8:45 p.m.
tonight. The Legionnaires, in co
operation with R. A. Dunlea, own
er-manager WMFD, present these
shows in an attempt to focus great
er public attention on the problems j
facing the returning service pec- >
pie in this community. Several :
weeks ago the legion suggested :
that a public opinion poll be start- ’
ed by the listeners. Since then the j
local legion has received a number '
of suggestions from citizens of New ]
Hanover county and the producers i
of the show are planning to read
these suggestions of the air in a
failure broadcast.
AND
Remember, for spot news from
in and around southeastern North
Carolina listen to the STAR-NEWS
Round The Town Reporter at 1:25
and 6:25 p.m. daily.
DOENITZ WA S
NIMITZ ON STAND
German Admiral Petitions
War Crimes Tribunal
For Testimony
NUERNBERG, March 5.— (U.PJ —
Former German Navy Command,
er Karl Doenitz petitioned the war
crimes tribunal Tuesday to call
Admiral Chester W. Nitnitz, chiei
of U. S. Naval operations, as a
defense witness.
A brief filed by Doenitz’ attorney
said Nimitz could testify that Unit,
ed States submarines ‘attacked all
I ships without warning in specified
operational waters. . .and did not
assist shipwrecked people in such
waters where the submarine would
endanger herself through such as
sistance.”
The brief added that this testi
mony is important because it
proves the United States admiral
1 ty made the same strategical and
legal considerations in carrying out
submarine war and gave the same
orders as the German high com
mand.”
The attorney agreed to submit u
Radio Programs
WMFD Wilmington—1400 EC
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6
7:30 AM—Family Altar.
7:45—Musical Clock.
7:54—Sally Ann Presents. N. C. Hi
Lights.
8:00—News with Martin Agronsky.
8:15—NBC Musical Reveille.
8:30—Musical Clock.
8:55—UP News.
9:00—The Breakfast Club with Don Me
Neil.
10:00—My True Story.
10:25—Betty Crocker.
10:30—Hymns of All Churches.
10:45^—The Listening Post.
11:00—Breakfast in Hollywood — Ton
Brenamen.
11:30—Kellogg’s Home Edition.
11:45—Ted Malone.
12:00 N—Address by President Harry S
Truman.
12:30 PM—Club Matinee.
1:00—Baukhage Talking.
1:15—Musical Interlude.
1:25—News—Wilmington News.
1:30—Let’5 Dance,
1:45—Man on The Street Program.
2:00—John B. Kennedy — News.
2:15—Ethel and Albert.
2:30—Bride and Groom.
3:00—A1 Pearce and His Gang.
3:30—Ladies be Seated.
4:00—Jack Berch and Boyg.
4:15—The Fitzgeralds.
4:30—Time for Wopien.
4:45—Hop Harrigan.
5:00—Terry and Pirates.
5:15—Organ- Serenade—H. W. Lee.
5 :30—Lone Ranger.
6:00—Kiernan's Comer.
6:15-^-rSecurity Nat.’ Bank,
6:20—Sports Parade.
6:25—News—Wilmington Stir.
6:30—Lest 'we Forget.
6:45—To Be Announced.
7:00—Headline Edition.
7:15—.Raymond Swing.
7:30—Evening Request Program.
8:15—Elmer Davis — News,
8:30—Carolina Playboys.
8:45—Wilmington Legion on the Air.
VJ. iJiCUAijr,
9:30—So You Want to Lead a Band.
9:55—Chester Morrison.
lOrOfr-MDsan Hudson’s Orchestra.
:0:3O—Hank D’Amico and his Jazz Ses
tet.
0:45—Academy Award Review.
WJNC
JACKSONVILLE, N. C.
6:43—Sign On.
6:45—Agricultural Revue—TN.
7:00—Morning Headline# — Wilmington
Star.
7:05—Musical Clock.
7:45—News Roundup—TN.
8:00—Fairy Tales—TN.
8:10—Under The Capital Dome.
8:15—Fr ont Pa tre News.
8 :30—Musical Clock.
8:45—Sally Ann Time.
8:55—United Press Commentary.
9:00—United Press News.
9:05—Spotlight On Rhythm.
9:15—Hymns of Faith—TN.
9:30—Shady Valley Folks—MBS.
9:45—In The Women’s World.
1:00—United Press News.
0:05—Music For Listening.
0:15—Blue Ridge Quartet—TN.
0:30—Your Hit Parade.
0:45—Vocal Varieties.
1:0O^-Cecil Brown—MBS.
1:15—1240 Club.
1:55—Billy Arthur.
P : 00—L vie Va n —MB S.
2 :15—Morton Dow^ev—MBS.
p.MU-The Best Sellers.
2:45—Quarker City Serenade—MBS.
1:00—United Press News.
1 ;05—Melodic Moods.
1:15—Tropical Tempo Time.
1:30—Melody Lane.
1:45—John J. Anthonv—MBS.
2:00—Cedric Foster—MBS.
2:15—Smile Time—MBS.
2:30—On pen For A Day—MBS.
3:00—Wilmington News.
4:15—Johnso" Family—MBS.
3:05—Music Eox.
4:00—Frskine Johnson—MBS.
4:15—Johnson Family.
4:30—Atlantic Beach Melody Hour.
4:45—Glee Club Serenade.
4:55—United Press News.
5:00—Meet The Ba«d.
5:15—Superman—MBS.
•5:30—Captain Midnight—MBS.
5:45—Tom Mix.
6;00—News Roundup.
6:15—Twilight - Serenade.
6:30—Snorts Parade.
6:45—Musical Cocktails.
7:00—Fulton Lewis. Jr.—MBS.
7:15—Blue Ribbon Revue.
written questionnaire t0 Nimitr if
the court would not permit his per
sonal appearance.
British prosecutor Maxwell Fyfe
objected to calling Nimitz on the
grounds of irrelevancy, asserting
‘the question before the court is
whether the German high com.
mand broke the law.”
7:30—Frank Singiser—MBS.
7:46—Bond of The Day.
8:00—Camp Lejeune News.
8:30—Fresh Up Shbw—MBS.
9:00—Gabriel Heatter—MBS.
9:15—The Bandwagon.
9:30—Spotlight Bands—MBS,
10:00—Ren Lie’s Radio Auction.
10:30—Bill McCune’s Orch.—MBS.
11:00—All The News—MBS.
' 11:15—Sign Off.
OVER THENETW0RK
WEDNESDAY, MARCH <
i Eastern Standard Time P.M. — Subtract
One Hour for CST., 2 Hours for MST.
Changes in programs as listed are duo
to corrections by networks made
too late to incorporate.
5:45—Front Page Farrell Serial — NBC
Sparrow and the Hawk, Serial — CBS
Tennessee Jed. Drama Skit—ABC-east
Hop Harrigan in Repeat — other ABC
Tom Mix, a Serial Series — MBS-basic
6:00—News Report for 15 Mins. — NBC
Quincy Howe and News Period — CBS
Walter Kiernan and News — ABC-eaU
^Repeat of the Terry Serial — ABC-west
Howe’s Answers, Repeat — MBS-west
6:15—Echoes of Tropics; Sports — NBC
Jimmy Carroll Sings. Orchestra — CBS
Repeat ftorn Diek Tracy — ABC-west
Repeat Superman Serial — MBS-west
6:39—Eileen Farrell Song Concert—CBS
Jack Armstrong in Repeat — ABC-west
Repeat of Capt. Midnight—MBS-wmst
6:45—Lowell Thomas & Newscast—N|»C
World Nows and Commentary — CBS
Cal Tiajicy's Commentary — ABC-bafic
Tennessee J'ed. iij Repeat — ABC-west
Tom Mix. Serial Repeat — MBS-west
7:09—Radio’s Supper Club — NBC-bajic
Fifteen Min, Sponsored Series — CBS
News Commentary & Overseas — ABC
Fulton Lewis, Jr., & Comment — M3C
7:15—News &: Comment of World — NPC
Tenor Jack Smith Sings — CBS-basic
Raymond Swing and Comment — ABC
Dancing Music for 15 Minutes — Mfin
7:39—Songs from Carolyn Gilbert—NBC
Ellery Queen, a Detective—CBS-basic
Dancing Music Orchestra — other CBS
Lone Ranger’s Drama of West — ABC
Frank Singiser Newscast — MBS-basic
7:45—Harkncss Comment — NBC-west
Inside of Sports, Bill Brandt ‘ — MBS
8:00—Mr. and Mrs. North Drama — NBC
Jack Carson’s Comedy Variety — CBS
Lum and Abner Comedy Skit — A3C
What’s Name of the Song Quiz — MBS
8:15—Elmer Davis in Comment — ABC
8:30—Hildegarde with Her Show — NBC
Jean Hersholt as Dr. Christian — CBS
The Fishing and Hunting Club — ABC
Bert Labr and Comedy Show — MBS
8:55—Five Minutes News Period — CBS
9:00—Eddie Cantor and Variety — NBC
Frank Sinatra & Variety Show — CBS
Swineint? mi thp Onlhpn riato _ arp
Gabriel Hestter and Comment — MBS
S:15—Real Life Stories. Drama — MBS
9:30—District Attorney’s Drama — NBC
Bob Crosby and His Orchestra — CBS
So You Want to Lead a Band — ABC
Spotlight Bfnd. Guest Orch. — MBS
9:55—Five Minutes News Show — ABC
10:00—Kay Kyser Music Sc Qui* — NBC
Great Moments in Music Cone. — CBS
Ralph Morgan and His Music — ABC
Dave Elman and Auction Sale — MBS
10:30—Andrews Sisters in Variety — CBS
An Ensemble with the Strings — ABC
Dancing Music for Half Hour — MBS
10:45—A Report from Overseas — ABC
11:00—News for 15 Minutes—NBC-basic
The Supper Club Repeat — other NBC
News, Variety, Dance 2 h.—CBS Sc ABC
News; Dance Band Shows—2 h.—MBS
11:15—Variety & News to 1 a.m.—NBC
Four GI’s Sentenced
For Criminal Assault
SEOUL, March 5.—Wl—Three U
S. soldiers have been sentenced to
life imprisonment at hard labor
for the criminal assault of Korean
women, army headquarters an
nounced Tuesday. A fourth was
sentenced to 20 years.
Names were not announced. They
will be confined in the federal
penitentiary at McNeil Island,
Washington.
Announcement of the recent con
victions followed a message from
General Hodge to his troops deplor
ing the rising number of "inci
dents” involving Americans. His
statement disclosed one murder
and several armed robberies of
Koreans by Americans within the
past few days.
The first cocoa beans sent to the
United States came from Africa
in 1891.
Dial 2-3311 For Newspaper Service
Oianoue, s'
plans are now belng made b:
tl,P local legion to officially wel
Le the commander. While he 1:
making an official visit to Wil
mington, he did indicate, at th(
Post”Officer’s convention, held thi
oast weekend in Raleigh, that h<
fvould make a short visit to Pos
,:0 jo’s headquarters at Third anc
Dock streets. When Hollis was ask
ed about the commander’s sche
dale, while in the city, he said that
180—Legal
■ NOTICE OF SALE
OF MOTOR VEHICLE
Under and by virtue of the power o:
Ide contained in Section 44-2, of the
teeral Statutes of North Carolina, anc
Chapter 114. of the Public Laws of 1945
the undersigned, to satisfy a mechanic'!
lien and storage charges as follows:
Storage Charges from 2-12-45—2-12-46
(53.00.
Wrecker Service—$5.00.
Total—$56.00.
will offer for sale and sell at public auo.
Uon at 1! o’clock noon, on the 18th day
o; Maid, 1946. at the foot of .Wright
Street, in the City of Wilmington, North
Carolina, the following described motoi
vehicle:
One 1935 Terraplane — Serial No
mm2.
The Police Department of the City oi
Wilmington, North Carolina, will take
notice that the undersigned garage owner
lias in its possession the above describ
ed car and hereby demands payment oi
the mechanic's lien and storage charges
on or before the 18th day of March, 1946,
and unless such storage claim is p£id
on or before said date the motor vehicle
rbove described will be sold at the hour,
dale, and the place above named, the
name of the registered owner being un
known to the undersigned. The amount
of the mechanic's lien and storage
charges claimed by the undersigned is
158.00, as above set out.
This the 21st day of February, 194#.
MacMILLAN & CAMERON COMPANY
NOTICE OF SALE
OF .MOTOR VEHICLE
Under and by virtue of the power of
lale contained in Section 44-2, of the Oen
eral Statutes of North Carolina, and
Chapter 714, of the Public Laws of 1945,
the undersigned, to satisfy a mechanic's
lien and storage charges as follow-,:
Storages Charges from 10-12-45—2-1. 48
.521.00.
Wrecker Service—$5.00.
Total—(26.00.
Will Offer inr arm call «! ...VTl. ....
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