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it NEWS TIDBITS Bladen — Brunswick — Columbus — Craven _ Duplin — Onslow — Pender — Robeson — Sampson home agent resigns ELIZABETHTOWN, June 24. —Miss Carolyn McKay, of St. Pauls, has resigned as assistant home c sent for Bladen county. Miss McKay, who has been in the county for the past eight months, will be succeeded by Miss Sarah Currie, of Red Springs, a graduate of Flora Macdonald college. jjladen men discharged ELIZABETHTOWN, June 24. -A total of 1.335 Bladen county servicemen have been honor ably discharged from the LAST DAY! Thrilling drama of the old West!* Fun and excitement! MAIN J. CARROL NAISH FRANCES RAFFERTY MARSHALL THOMPSON Shows 1:03 - 2:53 - 4:56 6:59 - 9:02 _ HELD OVER is ... ir's a d brand new J thrill! M BINS CROSBY INGRID BERGMAN LEO M‘ CAREY'S 0 ^ Will JAM GARGAN M Latest World News! fJJ Last Feature At 9:08 K; ■nun TODAY AND TUESDAY JUDY GARLAND' IN M-G-M't Ttm/coioK*" *TH E HARVEY GIRLS’ JOHN HODIAK ! KAY bolger ANGELA LANSBURYj —TOMORROW— TOM TYLER ^_in “MYSTERY RANGE^__ armed services since the termi nation of hostilities. This figure does not include those released to inactive duty as officers and those remaining in the enlisted reserve. x - DIAMOND RING RECOVERED ELIZABETHTOWN, June 24. A $3,000 diamond ring the property of Mrs. Charles Allen, of Fayetteville, missing from her White Lake cottage, was found under a pier wadded up in an empty cigarette package. Mrs. Allen had taken the ring off while washing dishes. She was interrupted by visitors and after their depar ture the ring was missing. Search was instituted and was found later by Fayetteville city detectives called to the scene by Mr. Allen. A $500 re ward was paid but no arrests were made. LEGION FLAYS PROGRAM ELIZABETHTOWN, June 24. — The Elizabethtown Post of the American Legion has auth orized the drawing up of a strongly worded resolution flay ing the building program in the state. The resolution will be presented at a special ‘ pro test” meeting and will be for warded to representatives in Washington. In their semi-monthly meet ing this week, the legionnaires heatedly protested the building of business buildings by non veterans when veterans are un able to obtain materials to build either homes or buildings to establish themselves in busi ness. POLITICIAN HELD ELIZABETHTOWN, June 24. —Wilton King, 36-year-old Dub lin resident who announced but did not file for the office of sheriff in the May Democratic primary, is being held without privilege of bond in the county jail on a charge of stabbing Edison Taylor, about 27, with an ice pick after an argument. Taylor is in a Lumberton hos pital in a serious condition and is partialy paralyzed from the hips down. Attending physicians state Taylor sustained wounds in the upper right chest that penetrat ed into the chest cavity. Taylor alleged he was beaten with a heavy chain and then stabbed. BONDS SELL WELL CLINTON, June 24.—A Samp son county bond anticipation note in the sum of $11,000 was sold this week to the Branch Banking and Trust Company at an interest rate of 5-8 of one per cent. This was the lowest rate for which any of the coun ty’s notes of bonds have ever been sold. AUCTIONEER RESIGNS CLINTON, June 24. — E. L. Dudley has resigned as auctio neer in the Clinton Fruit and Vegetable Auction market and will devote his time to secur ing prize houses for the buying companies on the market. Mr. Dudley stated a suitable prize house has been secured for the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco com pany and that the company will have buyers on the local mar ket this year. MRS. MONLEY HONORED ROSEBORO, June 24. — Mrs. J. M. Monley, of Roseboro, and a charter member of the • ast Showings Today • “STEP LIVELY” Frank Sinatra—George Murphy “MY FRIEND FLICKA” Roddy McDowall— Preston Foster • TOM'W—THURS. • • Associate Feature • JljheSKV|ihfUm_ Coharie chapter No. 190 Order Eastern Star, was recently elected Worthy Grand Matron of the North Carolina O. E. S. at the annual session held at Elizabeth City. MARKET SALES UP CLINTON, June 24. — Sales have shown a marked increase on the fruit and vegetable mar ket here with sales expected to reach 8,000 packages this week. Prices were stable. JONES AT BIKINI DOVER, June 24. — Harry A. Jones, fireman second class, USN, of route 1, Dover, ic serving temporarily on the USS Destroyer Wilson, which will take part as a target ship in the approaching atomic bomb tests on Bikini Atoll in the Pacific. CAPTURED AT STILL NEW BERN, June 24. —Bert Carter, Negro, was captured at a still in the Catfish Lake section of Craven county by ATU and ABC enforcement of ficers early Saturday. A 100 gallon Steam still was confis cated, with 1,600 gallons of molasses mash and 24 cases of fruit jars. It was a new out fit, on its first run. Two other Negroes escaped, but the of ficers expected to trace them. 40 AND 8 ELECTS NEW BERN, June 24.—Char les J. Shupp is the new chief de gare of the local voiture, 40 and 8. Other new officers are T. Gates Matthews, chief de train; A. C. Melius, conducteur; Tom C. Daniels, correspondent; J. J. Berry, commissary inten dant; Shikery Salem, guard de la porte; J. R. Whitcomb, lamp iski; W. F. Sykes, commissary voyageur; and J. H. Harrison, O. A. Kafer and K. B. Heath, cheminots. HOMES DAMAGED NEW BERN, June 24. — A freak wind storm, reaching al most tornado force and lasting only a few seconds, damaged several homes in the St. De light’s sectipn of Craven coun ty Friday afternoon. A tree in the front yard of J Dsh Ed wards was blown over against the porch roof and part of the kitchen roof was blown off. Mrs. Edwards reported that the wind seemed to come from a small black cloud, with a roaring sound. No one was in jured. NEW PROGRAM CHAIRMAN NEW BERN, June 24. — Mrs. Bonnie F. Fleming, with near ly four years’ experience, has assumed charge of the local USO programs, succeeding Miss Wildred Turnipseed, who is re turning to her home in Missi ssippi. A native of Statesboro, Ga.. and a resident of Kinston for some time, Mrs. Fleming comes here from Smyrna, Tenn., where as a member of the USO staff she worked with the army air force personnel in that area. She opened the first USO unit at Tuscaloosa, Ala. Among the projects she is planning here is the organi zation of a Service Wives club for book reviews, musical pro grams, educational lectures and social events. While Miss Constan. e Mac Holdt, director of the local USO club, is on her vacation during the corning weeks, Mrs. Flem ing will have general charge of the East Front USO club in this city. HOLLAND FEATURE OF SPECIA NIGHT Packages For Dutch To Be Prepared At Salvation Army A special feature of the regular Family Night, to be held at the Salvation Army headquarters Thursday night at 8 o’clock will be a devotion to Holland period, during which time packages for the Dutch will be prepared for mailing. The boxes will contain clothing and other essential every-day items, which members of the Ladies Home league, of the 215 South Front street station have made, collected and bought, ac cording to Capt. Lattie Henderson. The local station, according to Mrs. Elizabeth Gryder, has set for its goal, the shipment of at least four huge boxes of clothes to Holland each week of this year. During March, the local group took many boxes to Kinston where they attended the, Salvrtion Army rally, and from which place the clothes were shipped. The public has been invited to attend the Dutch devotion period Thursday, and to contribute a gar ment, Mrs. Gryder said. For A Real Evening’s Entertainment! Club Cabana On New Wrightsville Beach Highway at Seagate STEAKS—CHICKEN—SEAFOODS Chateau Martin and Cook’s Champagnes j— -■— Playing Nightly I PAT MANN and his ORCHESTRA No Cover Charge $2.00 Minimum _ " WUM U W mwmm Radio Programs WMFD Wilmington—1400 KC 1240 ON YOUB DIAL. -TUESDAY 7:00—News with Martin Agronsky 7:15—Musical Clock 8:00—“Top of the Morning." 8:15—Breakfast with Don McNeil 9:00—My True Story 9:25—Betty Crocker i 9:30—Hymns of all Churches 9:45—The Listening Post. 10:00—Breakfast in Hollywood — Tom Brenamen 10:30—Kellogg's Home Edition 10:45—Treasury Salute 11:00—Glamour Manor 11:30—At Your Request 12:00—Baukhage Talking 12:15—Power’s Charm School of the Aii 12 :30—“Songs by George Byron’’ 12:45—Presenting Mid-Day Musical 1:00—John B. Kennedy — New# 1:15—Musical Interlude 1:25—News—Round the Town Reporter 1:30—Bride and Groom show 2:00— A1 Pearce and His Gang 2 :30—Ladies Be Seated 3:00—Songs by Jack Berch" 3:15—Ethel and Albert (DB) 3:30—Our Singing Land 3 :45—Little Show 4:00—The Baptist Hour 4:15—Let’s Dance 4:45—Hop Harrigan 5:00—Terry and the Pirates 5:15—Dick Tracy 5:30—Unemployment Office Program 5:45—Flit Frolics 6:00—Headline Edition 6:15—WMFD Sports Review 6:20—Security Nat’l Bank 6:25—Round the Town Reporter 6:30—Your Richfield Reporter 6:45—The Barry Wood Show 7:00—Kiernan’s Corner—(DB) 7:15—Evening Request Program 8:00—Here’s Morgan 3:15—Carolina Playboys 8:30—Doctors Talk it Over 8:45—Eugenie Baird 8:55—Sports with Harry Wismer 9:00—Concert Time 9:30—Hoosier Hop 10:00—News of Tomorrow 10:15—Relax with Cal Tinney 10 :30—Gems for Thought 10:35—Alvino, Rey Orchestra WJNC JACKSONVILLE, N. O. (1240 On Your Dial) -TUESDAY 6:28—Sign on 6:30—Wilson Presents—TN 6:45—Musical Clock 7:00—Morning Headlines—The Wilming tonton Morning Star 7 :05—Musical Clock 7:45—News Roundup—TN 8:00—Fairy Tales—TN 8:10—Under the Capitol Dome 8:15—Front Page News 8:30—Musical Clock 8:45—Sally Ann Time 8:55—UP Commentary 9:00—UP News 9:05—Spotlight on Rhythm 9:15—Songs of Hope and Glory 9:30—In The Woman’s World 9:45—Melodic Moods 9:55—UP News 10:00—Cecil Brown—MBS 10:45—Elsa Maxwell — MBS 10:30—Your Hit Parade 10:45—Victor F. Lindlahr—MBS 11:00—Lyle Van—MBS 11:15—Coke Club with Morton Downey— MBS 11:30—1240 Clubs 12:00—UP News 12:05—Billy Arthur 12:10—On the Farm Front 12:15—Greenville Tobacco Board of Trade Program—TN 12:30—Flit Frolics 12:45—John J. Anthony—MBS 1:00—Cedric Foster—MBS 1:15—Melody Lane 1:30—Queen for a Day 2:00—UP News — Wilmington News 2:05—Musical Cavalcade 2:15—Vocal Varieties 2:30—Lady Be Beautiful—MBS 3:00—Erskin Johnson—MBS 3:15—Johnson Family—MBS 3:30—Music Box 4:30—Classical Gems 4:55—yp News 5:00—Here’s lowe-MBS 5:15—Superman—MBS 5 :30— Captain Midnight—MBS 5:45—^Tom Mix—MBS 6:00—^Fulton Lewis, Jr.—MBS 6:15—Dance Orchestra—MBS 6:30—Yesterday’s Hit Parade 6:45—Sizing Up Sports 7:00—News Roundup 7:15—Teletune Frolics 7:30—Adventures of the Falcon—MBS 8:00—Gabriel Heatter—MBS 8:15—Twilight Serenade 5;??~£merican Forum of the Air—MBS 9:lo—Teen Age Club 9:30—The Better Half—MBS 10:00—All the News—MBS 10:15—Jimmy Dorsey—MBS 10 :30—Dance Orchestra—MBS 10:55—WJN£ Reports the News 11:00—Dance Orchestra—MBS 11:15--Sign off OVER THE NETWORKS -TUESDAY Changes in programs as listed are due to corrections by networks made too late to incorporate. DALIGHT 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 standard subtract one hour; for mountain standard subtract two hours. Times listed are those supplied by networks. Relay times by local sta tions may vary in some instances. 4:45—Front Page Farrell, Serial — NBC Sparrow and The Hawk, Serial — CBS Tennessee Jed. a Kiddies Skit — ABC Tom Mix (repeats at 5:45. 6:451 — MBS 5:00—News Report for 15 Mins. — NBC Quincy Howe and News Period — CBS Walter Kiernan and News — ABC-ea't Here’s Howe (also at 8) — MBS-west 5:15—Echoes o? Tropics; Sports — NBC Waitin’ for Clayton Song Time — CBS Dick Tracy in a Repeat — ABC-west R’pt Superman (also 6:151—MBS-west 5:30—Skyline Roof, G. MacRae — CBS Jack Armstrong’s repeat — ABC-west Capt. Midnight (also 6:301 — MBS-west 5:45—Lowell Thomas & Newscast—NBC World News and Commentary — CBS Cal Tinney and a Commentary—ABC 6:00—Radio’s Supper Club — NBC-basic Lanny Ross in Song Show — CBS-basic News Commentary & Overseas — ABC Fulton Lewis, Jr. (repeat at 7) — MBS 6:15—News & Comment of World—NBC Tenor Jack Smith Sings — CBS-basic Elmer Davis and Commentary — ABC Dancing for 15 Minutes — MBS-basic 6:30—Warde Donovan with Song—NBC REALTY TRANSFERS Real estate transfers recorded yesterday with the office of Reg ister of Deeds included the fol lowing: B. S. Whaley to J. C. Wessell, Jr., lot, 17-30, Carolina Place. K. H. Stein to Harvey I. Stevens, lot 7-7, Carolina Beach. J. S. Jones to L. J. Sparrow, lot 20-46, Carolina Beach, Federal Point tow'nship. K. O. Burgwin to Key Seales, lot 16-3, WrightsVille Beach, ex tension No. 2. J. H. Hinton to W. H. Tomlinson, lots 23 and 24-30, Ft. Fisher, Sea Beach. Marq A. Overman to Mrs. John Mary A. Overman to Mrs. John lot 16A-4A, North section, Caro lina Beach, Federal Point town ship. Mary E. Brittain to R. C. Wil liams, Jr., lot 22-23, Sunset Park. American Melodies Song, Orch.—CBS Rex Maupin and Variety Music — ABC Arthur Hale in Comment—MBS-basic 6:45-^Kaltenborn and Comment — NBC Bill Brandt Spt. (repeat 7:15.) — MBS 7 :00—The Johnny Frolics Variety—NBC “Big Town” Newspaper Drama — CBS Lum and Abner Comedy Skit — ABC Nick Carter, Detective — MBS-basic 7:15—The O’Neills, Serial Skit — ABC | 7:30—A Date with Judy. Drama — NBC , Theater of Romance, Dramatic — CBS I Sammy Kaye’s Band Music Show—ABC The Falcon, Drama (r’pt 11:30) — MBS 7:55—Five Minutes News Period — CBS 8:00—Dunninger in a Broadcast — NBC Inner Sanctum, Eerie Drama — CBS To Be Announced (30 mins.) — ABC Gabriel Heatter and Comment — MBS 8:15—Rea'. Life Stories, Drama — MBS 8:30—Fred Waring’s Night Music — NBC Encore Theater, Drama Show — CBS Doctors Talk; To Be Announced — ABC American Forum, Guest Panel — MBS 8:55—Five Minutes Sports Time — ABC 9:00—Man Called X, Dramatic — NBC Night Life, Half-Hour of Variety—CBS Concert Time for Half Hour — ABC 9:15—Upton Close and Comment — MBS 9:30—Sigmund Romberg’s Con’rt—NBC Open Hearing for a Discussion — CBS Hoosier Hop for Barn Dance — ABC Better Half, Mr. and Mrs. Quiz — MBS 10:00—News for 15 Minutes—NBC-basic The Supper Club Repeat — NBC-west News, Variety, Dance 3 h.—CBS & ABC News, Dance Band Show, 2 h. — MBS 10:15—Variety & News to 1 a.m. — NBC Lighter % Lovelier I SK,N May Be Yours Dr. FRED Palmer's SKIN WHITENER 254 AT DRUGGISTS 504 HERES ONE BILL That Costs You Less Today Than it Did Although your cost of living has steadily increased, here is one thing— an important thing in your Hfe—that actually costs you less today than it did twenty-five years ago. It’s your tela* phone! This record of low cost performance, in these times of rising prices, is enough alone to stand out like a beacon in the night. In addition the service has greafly expanded and as more telephones have been added the relative cost to the user has steadily declined. Today you can reach many more people by telephone— the better to serve your needs for busi-i ness or personal use. This record—which stands out as ad achievement—is becoming more mid more difficult to maintain as the costs of everything going into the furnishing of telephone service continue to rise, SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPORATED BRYNES MEETS MOLOTOV PARIS, June 24. —(JP)— Soviet Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov had a half-hour private talk Mon day with Secretary of £tate Byrnes at the American delegation hotel headquarters, an American source reported. There was no indication of what the two had talked about. 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