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ROYALL EXTOLLS STATE SOLDIERS Undersecretary Of War Says None Served Bet ter During Late War FAYETTEVILLE, May 23 (A5) Undersecretary of War Kenneth C Royall said here Thursday night that “no state contributed more to the winning of the recent wai than my native North Carolina.” ••She contributed approximately 362,000 young men to the armed forces, and between 7,000 and 8, 000 of them paid with their lives. Many thousands of others will BILL FOLDS Values Up to $10.00 Reduced To — at — D ' L U G IN' S 10 South Front Street jw. M. TODD [ ! 613 CASTLE STREET \ Swift's Premium CHOPPED HAM, can-44c ; : Canned PORK And GRAVY, can _ 95c \ Morrel's SNACK, can _ 42c ; Hot TAMALES With Sauce_27c ; ! Canned PORK BARBECUE, can_ 18c ; ! Armour's PORK & BEANS, can--15c >; ' Premier Vac. Packed SWEET POTATOESTcan24c ! ; TOMATO^ PASTE, can _ 21c ;! ! 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It saves you having to stand pU -e6 ant^ ma^e trips from place to ^ The cost is small and the advantages are Biany. Let us explain a “Popular” Check ing Account fully. OPEN AN ACCOUNT TODAY! / 7 —/ The Wilmington Savings & Trust Co. Established Since 1888 MEMBER THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBER THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. ! carry grievous wounds of war the remainder of their lives.” Goldsboro Native Royail, who is from Goldsboro, spoke before the Fayetteville for um held in the Hay Mount school, i His address was entitled, ‘‘North Carolina’s Military Contribution to the War.” Reviewing the state’s participa tion in World War Two, he said about 258,000 Tar Heels went into the Army, 90,000 to the Navy, 13,000 in the Marines, and the remainder to the Coast Guard and other ser vices. In addition the state furnish ed 4,000 women to the Army, 2,000 to the Navy and more than a thou sand to the Coast Guard Women’s Reserves. Proud of Record Royall said the record of these troops “is unequalled anywhere, and 1 am proud to be able to tell other parts of the country and the world in general of the proud his tory they made ” There should be preserved in North Carolina he said, a record of each citation given to a North Carolina soldier. And there should be preserved in each county every DIAL 6342 For Expert—Reasonable plumbing repairs WILMINGTON PLUMBING & HEATING CO. R. M. KERMON, JR.. Mgr. Contracting—Supplies 23 N Third St.. Wallace Bldg. combat citation of a local boy. “It would be a fine tribute if the news papers of the state would syste micall> publish their deeds.” Deserve More “It is fine to pay these men tri bute, of course, but they deserve more than words and applause and cheers . . . they deserve the prac tical gratitude of our state — of all our people. They deserve it now. They are entitled in this day and hour to every opportunity which the state can afford them. And this is partic ularly true of the boys who risked their lives in combat. No Sympathy “I have no sympathy,” he said, "with the soldier who thinks his service in war was all the service he should ever render his country or his state — that his work in the Army or Navy is all the work he j should ever do. “The returned soldier must be willing to practice patriotism dur ing peacetime and be willing to devote to his job or business the same determination and stamina he has given in military service. But he should be given an 'opportu nity to make good in his chosen field.” JONES IS NAMED BY COAST LINE; SUCCEEDS MOORE Henry J. Jones has been appoint ed ' Atlantic Coast Line railroad freight agent at Wilmington, effec tive May 26, company officials an nounced yesterday. The new Wilmington represen tative succeeds A. J. Moor-e, Jr., who elected to retire earlier this month after 59 years of railroad service. Employed by the Coast Line May, 1942, as agent operator, Jones later served as agency supervisor on the northern division. He was sub sequently agent at Jacksonville, and Conway, S. C., wTilch position he now occupies. ATTACK AMBASSADOR TEHRAN, May 23—(U.R)—Am bassador Hussein Ala was attack ed in scathing terms today by the Tabriz newspaper Azerbaijan, which called him a traitor and demanded his immediate recall and trial. The newspaper attack, broadcast by radio Tabriz, ac cused Ala of spreading anti-Rus sian propaganda under the dic tates of “his imperialist reaction ary masters.” It called him “a broker of foreign oil companies.” ************************ * * * RELIABLE * * Watch Repairing * * z % B. GURR, Jeweler * % 264 N. Front St. * * * TIRE RECAPPPING AUTO REPAIRING PAINTING—RODY WORE SHELL Safti-Service Co. 3rd and Grace Sts. 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Taylor—MBS 6:45—Musical Cocktails 7:00—News Roundup 7:15—Coleman’s Cavalcade 7:30—So You Think You Know ‘Music— MBS 8:00—Gabriel Heatter—MBS 8 :15^-Twilight Serenade 8:30—Spotlight Bands—MBS 9:00—Vaughn Monroe—MBS 9:30—Meet The Press—MBS 10:00—All The News—MBS 10:15—Bob Grants Orch.—MBS 10:30—Leo Reisman’s Orch.—MBS 10:55—WJNC Reports The News 11:00—Griff Williams Orch.—MBS 11:15—Sign Off OVER THE NETWORK FRIDAY, MAY 34 Changes in programs as listed arc due to corrections by networks made too late to incorporate, DAYLIGHT SAVINGS NOTE — All times PM eastern standard. To change to eastern daylight, add one hour; central daylight same as eastern standard. On the other hand, for central stand ard subtract one hour; for mountain standard subtract two hours. Times listed are those supplied by networks. Relay times by local stations may vary in some instances. 4:15—Portia Facing Life' Drama—NBC To Be Announced (30 Mins.)—CBS Dick Tracy (repeat at 5:15)—ABC Superman (r’pt at 5:15, 6:15)—MBS 4:30—Just Plain Bill, Dramatic—NBC Jack Armstrong (repeat at 5:30)—ABC Capt. Midnight (r’pt 5:30, 6:30)—MBS 4:45—Front Page Farrell Serial—NBC Sparrow and the Hawk, Serial—CBS Tennessee Jed (repeat at 5:45)—ABC RALEIGH OFFICERS ARREST FIFTH MAN IN CARROLL DEATH DURHAM, May 23.—MV-1The ar rest of Albert Cutrel Hudspeth, 24, here Wednesday night brought to five the number of men in jail in connection with the robbery and slaying of Dallie Carroll in Raleigh May 2. Police Chief R. R. Hargrove of Raleigh, who took Hudspeth to the Raleigh jail, said the four others would be given a hearing In Ral eigh next week. Carroll, a produceman, was beaten and robbed of $4,000. Detective M. West of the Dur ham police said Hudspeth carried a 4-F draft card showing his home address as 324 West Avenue, Ports mouth, Va. The men previously arrested were Claiborne McKee, Charlie Clemmer and Leo Tiller of Durham, and Roy Odell Whitt of Winston-Salem. EXPLANATION Tree damage through lightning is caused by the heat of the light ning bolt turning the moisture m the wood cells to steam, exploding the wood Tom Mix (repeats 5:45 5:00—News Report for i5 Mrns NBC Quincy Howe and News Penod-CBS Walter Kiernan and ?-e^^MRS-west Here’s Howe (also at NBr 5:15-Echoes of Tropics; Sports-NBC Waitin’ for Clayton Song Time—CBS 5:30—Skyline Roof, G. MaeRae—CBS 5-45—Lowell Thomas & Newscast—NBC World News and Commentary—CBS Cal Tinney (repeat at 10:15)—ABC 6 00—Radio's Supper Club——BC-basic Lanny Ross in Song Show—CBS-basic News Commentary & Overseas—ABC Fulton Lewis, Jr. (repeat at 7)—MBS g-15_News & Comment of World—NBC Tenor Jack Smith Sings—CBS-basic Raymond Swing and Comment—ABC Korn Kobblers & Tunes—MBS-basic 6:30—Songs from Carolyn Gilbert—NBC Tommy Riggs, Betty Lou—CBS-basic Lone Ranger’s Drama of West—ABC Henry J. Taylor (repeat at 10)—MBS 6:45—H. V. Kaltenborn Comment—NBC Bill Brandt Spts. (repeat 7:15) —MBS 7 oo—The Paul Lavelle Melody—NBC Henry Aldrich Family, Drama—CBa , Woody Herman Music Variety—ABC A Passport to Romance—MBS-basic 7:30—Ed Gardner Duffy’s Tavern—NBC Kate Smith Sings via Radio—CBS This is FBI, Dramatic Series—ABC Voice in Night, SMging Sleuth—MBS 7:55—Five Minutes News Period—CBS | 8:00—People Are Funny, a Quiz—NBC It Pays to Be Ignorant “Quiz”—CBS Alan Young’s Comedy Program—ABC Gabriel Heatter and Comment—MBS 8:15—Real Life Stories, Drama—MBS 8:30—Abe Lyman’s Waltz Time—NBC The Moore and Durante Comedy—CBS The Sheriff Detective Drama—ABC Spotlight Band, James Orches—MBS 8:55—Five Minutes News Show—ABC 9:00—Mystery Theater Mysteries—NBC * Danny Kaye Variety Program—CBS Boxing Bout and Sports Show—ABC Program Lists a Dance Band—MBS 9:30—Bill Stern’s Sport Series—NBC Ann Sothern and Maisie Sketch—CBS Meet the Press in Interview—MBS 9:45—Weekly Talk Time 15 Mins.—NBC 10:00—News for 15 Minutes—NBC-basic The Supper Club Repeat—other NBC News; Variety, Dance 3 h.—CBS-ABC 1 News; Dance Band Shows, 2 h—MBS 10:15—Variety and Nejvs to 1 a. m.—NBC FARRAR| TRANSFER & STORAGE | WAREHOUSE 1 DIAL 5317 I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER HARRY R. GARDNER For Safe, Sound, Dependable And Progressive Government YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED (Paid Political Advertisement) , FOR SHERIFF Vote For-Work For | and Re-elect C. DAVI JONES Be Sure to Vote Tomorrow I Will Appreciate Your Support (PAID POLITICAL ADVT.) LOCAL GIFT MADE TO WOUNDED MEN B’nai B’rith Contribution To Buy Wheel Chairs For Veterans A contribution of $255 for tne purchase of three folding wheel chairs for disabled veterans at the Naval hospital at Camp Lejeune has been given to the Camp and Hospital Council committee of the Wilmington chapter, American Red Cross, by the local branch of B’Nai B’Rith, it was announced yesterday by Mrs. R. B. Page, chairman of the Council commit tee. National headquarters of B’Nai B’Rith has also contributed $255 for three more chairs, Mrs. Page said, making a total of six for the camp hospital. The chairs will be delivered to the hospital as soon as they are received here by the Red Cross, Mrs. Page said. 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