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AIRBORNE GROUP
MAY GET CLOSER
/ice-Admiral Blandy Con
sidering 10-Mile Van
tage Point
OFF BIKINI ATOLL. July 9 —
(U.R)—'Vice Admiral W. H. P.
Blandy. Operation Crossroads com
mander, considered a proposal
Tuesday to allow airborne ob
servers to approach as close as
10 miles to Bikini lagoon when the
atom bomb is exploded underwa
ter in a second test July 25.
Col. Robert Snider, radiological
safety officer for the project, said
he had made such a recommenda
tion to Blandy when studies show
ed ‘‘the danger area of radiation
would be confined to an eight
mile circle as we had predicted
for the first test.”
20-Mile Radius
In the first test, when the bomb
was exploded in the air, observers
were excluded from a 20-mile
radius lest they should be perilled
by harmful radiations from the
deadly atomic cloud.
Brig. Gen. Roger Ramey, com
mander of air units taking part
in the atom tests, said he has
asked Blandy .to fly a B-29 direct
ly over the underwater blast to take
photographs.
Safety Factor*
“Observations have convinced
us that safety factors will permit
such a flight with a reasonable
safety factor at 30.000 feet and a
definite safety factor at 35,000
feet,” Ramey said.
The B-29 would fly downwind at
a speed of between 500 and 600
miles an hour. Ramey said. It
would take the blast waves rough
ly eight Seconds to reach the
plane," and by that time we hope
to be out of the danger area.”
Probable Damage
Meanwhile. Blandy announced
that if the able-day atom bomb
had exploded over the Battleship
Nevada as intended, the 30-year
old warship would have been sunk
or totally disabled.
Instead, the bomb exploded at a
distance variously estimated at
from 500 to 1.900 feet from the;
Nevada, near the transport Gil
liam. The Gilliam “sank in a mat
ter of seconds.” Blandy said.
Stack Shredded
Divers found the Gilliam’s hull
ripped open vertically in two dif
ferent places and her stack was
“shredded like a bouquet of flow
ers,” he added.
HIROHITO PRESENT
TOKYO, July 9.— (U.R)—The Jap
anese expansion of Manchuria was
ordered with the sanction of the
cabinet and the Privy counsil at
an extraordinary mee'ir,"
by Emperor Hirohito himself, for
mer War Minister Sadao Araki
testified Tuesday in the war
crimes trial.
The 1.850,000 motor vehicles in
France in 1938 have been reduced
by more than 50 percent.
ATHLETES FOOT GERM
HOW TO KILL IT.
IN ONE HOUR
IF NOT PLEASED, your 35c back. Ask
any druggist for this STRONG fungicide.
TE-OL. Made with 90 per cent alcohol,
it PENETRATES. Reaches and kills
MORE germs faster.
Today at Tom’s Drug Store.
Radio Programs
WMFD Wilmington—1400 KC
*_
WEDNESDAY, JULY 1*
7:00 AM—News With Martin A.gronsky.
7:15—Musical Clock
7:40—NBC Musical Reveille.
7 :55—UP News
8:00—Top of the Morning.
3:15—The Breakfast Club with Don
McNeil
9 :oo—My True Story
9:25—Betty Crocker
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—Ted Malone.
11:00—Presenting Mid-Day Musical.
11:30—At Your Request
12:00—Baukhage and the News.
12:15 PM—Man On the Street Program.
12:30—But Not Forgotten.
12:45—George Barnes Orchestra
1:00—John B. Kennedy—News
1:15—Musical Interlude
1:25—Round the Town Reporter
1:30—Bride and Groom Show
2:00—A1 Pearce and Gang
2:30—Ladies Be Seated
3:00—Jack Berch and Boys
3:15—Ethel and Albert
3:30—Our Singing Land
3:45—Little Show
4:15—Columbia Record Shop
4:45—Hop Harrigan
5:00—Terry And The Pirates
5:15—Dick Tracy
5:30—Lone Ranger
6:00—Headline Editions
6:15—WMFD Sports Review
6:20—Musical Interlude
6:25—Round The Town Reporter
6:30-^Time Out With Ted Steele
6:4o—Royal Crown Quiz
7 :00—Kiernan’s Corner
7:15—Evening. Request Program
8 :00—Court Of Missing Heirs
8:30—Grant Park Concert
8:55—Sports With Harry Wismer
9:00—Warriors Of Peace
9:30—We The Guilty
10:00—News Of Tomorrow
10:15—Relax With Cal Tinney
10:30—Gems For Thought
10:35—Palisades Park Orchestra
WJNC
JACKSONVILLE. N. C.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 10
6:28—Sign On
6:30—Melody Mustangs
6:45—Musical Clock
7:00—Morning Headlines — Wilmington
Morning Star
7 :05—Musical Clock
7 :45—News Roundup—TN
3:00—Fairy Tales—TN
3:10—Under The Capitol Dome
8:15—Front Page News
3:30—Musical Clock
8:45—Sally Ann Time
i 8:55—UP Commentary
! 9:C0—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—Carolina News
10:00—Cecil Brown. News—MBS
10:15-Barry Wood Show—TN
10:30—Your Hit Parade
10:45—Hymns You Love—MBS
11:00—George Careon Putnam. News—
MBS
11:15—Coke Club with Morton Downey—
MBS
11:30—1240 Club
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—Joyce at the Piano
12:45—John J. Anthony—MBS
1:00—Cedric Foster, News—MBS
: 1:15—Melody Lane
1:30—Queen for a Day—MBS
*:0()—ip News—Wilmington News
2:05—Musical Cavalcade
2:15—Songs by George Byron—TN
2:30—Lady Be Beautiful—MBS
3 :00—Erskin Johnson—MBS
3:15—Johnson Family—MBS
3:30—Music Box
4:30—Atlantic Beach Melody Hour
4:45—Glee Club Serenade
4:55—UP News
5:00—Meet The Bard
5:15—Superman—MBS
5:30—Captain Midnight—MBS
5:45—Tom Mix—MBS
6:00—Albert Werner. News—MBS
6:15—Maola Pleasure Parade
6:30—Camp Lejeune Show
6:45—Sizing Up Show
7:00—News Roundup
7:15—Band of the Day
7 :30—Fresh Up Show-—A'tps
3.00—Gabriel Heatter— MBS
8:15—Twilight Serenade
8:30—Spotlight Bands
SMOOTH OPERATOR
Pepsi-Cola Company, Long Island City, N. Y,
Franchised Bottler—Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., of Wilmington
9:00—Endorsed by Dorsey—MBS
9:30—The Author Meets the Critic—MBS
10:00—All the News—MBS
10:15—The .Tavern Orchestra—MBS
10:30—Bob Berkey’s Orchestra—MBS
10:55—WJNC .Reports the News
11:00—Ted Streater’s Orchestra—MBS
11:15—Sign Off
OVER THlfNETWORKS
WEDNESDAY, JULY 10
Changes in programs as listed are 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
standard subtract one hour; for
mountain standard subtract two
hours.
Times listed are those supplied \ry
networks. Relay times by local sta
tions may vary in some instances.
4:45—Front Pag,- r rrell, Serial—NBC
Sparrow and The Hawk, Serial—CBS
Tennessee Jed, a Kiddies Skit—ABC
Tom Mix (Repeats at 5:45, 6:45J—MBS
5:00— News; Report for 15 Mins.—NBC
Quincy Howe and News Period—CBS
Walter Kiernan and News—ABC-east
The Sea Hound (also 6) — MBS-west
5:15—Echoes of Tropics; Sports—NBC
Word from the Country. Talks—CBS
Dick Tracy with a Repeat—ABC-west
Supermen (also at 6:15)—MBS-west
5:30—Larry Carr in Song Show — CBS
Jack Armstrong in Repeat—ABC-west
Capt. Midnight (also 6:30)— MBS-wes;
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
Waitin’ for Clayton Song Time—CBS
News Commentary & Overseas—AEC
Fulton Lewis, Jr. (Repeat at 7)—MBS
6:15—News & Comment of World—NBC
Gordon MacRae’s Skyline Roof—CBS
Raymond Swing and Comment—ABC
Dancing Music 15 Mins.—MBS-basic
6:30—Songs from Carolyn Gilbert—NBC
Ellery Queen, a Detective—CBS-basic
Dancing Music Orchestra—other CBS
Lone Ranger’s Drama of West—ABC
Battle of Commentators — MBS-basic
6:45—Kaltenborn and Comment — NBC
Bill Brandt Sports (R'pt 7:15)—MBS
7:00—Mr. and Mrs. North Drama—NBC
To Be Announced (30 mins.)—CBS
Lum and Abner Comedy Skit — ABC
Name of the Song Quiz—MBS-basic
7:15—The O'Neills. Serial Skit—ABC
7:30—Hildegarde with Her Show—NBC
Jean Hersholt as Dr. Christian—CBS
The Fishing and Hunting Club—ABC
Beatrice Kay’s Variety Show — MBS
7 :55—Five Minutes News Period — CBS
8:00—Me Garry and His Mouse—NBC
Dramatic Comedy “Sad Sack” — CBS
The Court for Missing Heirs — ABC
Gabriel Heatter and Comment — MBS
8:15—Real Life Stories. Drama — MBS
8 :30—District Attorney’s Drama — NBC
Bob Crosby and His Orchestra—CBS
To Be Announced (25 mins.l — ABC
Spotlight Band. Cugat Orches. — MBS
8:55—Five Minutes\ Sports Time—ABC
9:00—Kay Kyser Music & Quiz — NBC
The Academy Awards Theater — CBS
Weekly Review from Sports — ABC
Music as Endorsed by Dorsey — MBS
9:30—Curt Massey. Rose Orches.—CBS
We, the Guilty, “Delinquency” — ABC
The Author Meets the Critics — MBS
10:00—News for 15 Minutes — NBC-basic
The Supper Club Repeat — other ABC
News, Variety, Dance 2 h.—CBS & ABC
News. Dance Band Show. 2 h.—MBS
10:15—Variety & News to 1 a.m.—NBC
Your GI Rights
Questions and Answers
On Servicemen’s
Problems
By DOUGLAS LARSEN
WASHINGTON.—Here are some
general questions from veterans
and their relatives:
Q—While my husband was in
the Army I didn’t apply for a
family allowance. I didn’t really
need it, and I didn’t understand
exactly how to apply for it. My
husband didn’t apply, either. Is it
possible to apply now for this
money which was rightfully due
me and get it?
A-No.
Q—I have been paying on my
government insurance ever since
I got out of the Army. But my
wife tells me this isn’t enough.
She says I l.ave to change it soon.
Is this true?
A—Yes. You have to convert it
within eight years after you took
it out. If you took it out after
Jan. 1, 1946 you have to convert
it within five years.
Q—I am a veteran. Before I
went into the service I ran a bowl
ing alley. That is the only busi
ness I know. When I got out re
cently, I tried to get material and
priorities to build another alley,
and I was turned down. Doesn’t
a veteran get building priority?
A—The government has set up
a priority system to give veterans
first choice on building materials
for new homes. But there is no
active program to give veterans
preference for materials for busi
ness construction.
Q—When I got out of service I
went to work for a shoe store
which was a rival of the one I
worked for beicre I was drafted.
I worked two months and couldn’t
get along with the boss. I quit
and applied for my old job with
the other firm, but they r/fused t
take me. The? said I had lost my
rights by going to work first for
the rival company. Is this true?
A—As long as you qualify in
every other respect and apply for
reinstatement within 90 days after
discharge, your pre - service em
ployers have to give you your old
job.
(Questions will be answered only
in, this space—not by mail.)
Amputees May Receive
New Auto Priorities
WASHINGTON, July 9—(U.R>—'The
Civilian Production administration
is studying a plan to give some
form of priorities to amputee vet
erans who want to buy automobles.
CPA Administrator John D. Small
recently suggested in a letter to
Gen. Omar Bradley, veterans ad
ministrator, that the two agencies
arrange with automobile manufac
turers and dealers to give prefer
ence to amputees.
City Briefs
SCOUTS PICNIC
The Girl Scout Brownies will
have their summer picnic on
Thursday at Greenfield lake
between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.,
Mrs. B. M. Jones, Jr., ex
ecutive director of local Girl
Scouts, said yesterday. Brown
ies may go directly to the park
or may meet at the WLI ar
mory, Fifth and Market, at
9:45 a.m., Mrs. Jones said.
They are to bring their lunch
and carfare.
SUPERIOR COURT
Judge Walter J. Bone, of
Nasheville, will preside dur
ing the July criminal term of
Superior court, which begins
July 22, it was announced here
yesterday by A. L. Meyland,
clerk of court.
NEW CLOSING HOUR
Stamp and outgoing parcel
post service untT 4 p. m. was
discontinued Saturday, July 6.
This extended service was
started so that serbicemen
could be provided mailing priv
ileges Saturday afternoons. The
windows will now revert to the
pre-war closing time of 1
o’clock and there will be no
service rendered after that
time.
NEW FACE
The waiting room at the At
lantic Coast Line depot Is re
ceiving a new face. Painters
and carpenters are painting
the walls and ceilings and mak
ing a few minor repairs. The
waiting room benches also are
receiving a coat of shellac.
FARRELL GUEST
John H. Farrell, city indus
trial agent, will be guest
speaker at the meeting of the
Wilmington Engineers club at
6:30 o’clock tonight, Hamilton
Hicks, club secretary, announc
ed yesterday. In addition to
Farrell’s address on "Indus
trial prospects,” the engineers
will be treated to an advance
showing of the new motion pic
ture, "The Modern Home of
Tomorrow,” through the cour
tesy of the City Builders Sup
ply company.
ANNUAL SALE
The Gregory Davis chapter
number 11, Disabled American
Veterans, will stage their an
nual forget-me-not sale the
first Saturday in August,
Newspaper Reports
100 Peasants Killed
MANILA, July 9—OJ.R)—'The Ma
nila Times Tuesday said that more
than 100 peasants were reported
killed in Central Luzon Sunday in
a clash between military police
units and alleged members of the
leftist Hukbalahap Peasants or
ganizaton.
About 1,000 peasants were involv
ed in the clash, it was reported,
and the battle lasted from after
noon until midnight. The fight oc
curred at Concepcion, in Tarlac
province, one of the centers of the
Hukbalahap organization.
DEFEAT SILVER BOOST
WASHINGTON, July 9. —(U.R)—
The House Tuesday rejected a
Senate-approved plan to boost the
price of silver to 90.3 cents per
fine Troy ounce, standing firm on
its original proposal that the
Treasury buy and sell the metal
at 71.11 cents an ounce.
During 1945 Sweden’s merchant
marine increased from 41,000
gross tons to L598,000 tons.
' LOOK! THIS LARGE 1
SIZE JAR of MOROLINE
Petroleum Jelly
for minor burns—cute, bruis
es, chafes, abrasions, and
skin irritations. Aids healing.
L AND ONLY 1Q< A
Roaches! Roaches!
Kill Your Roaches With
Shepard’s Guaranteed
Roach Killer.
Manufactured By
JOS. C. SHEPARD
WILMINGTON, N. C.
On Sale At These Stores:
A. A. Hobbs
Jarman Drug Store.
Lane’s Drug Store.
Futrelle’s Drug Store.
Saunders Drug Store.
Greenfield Drug Store.
T. W. Wood & Sons Seed Store.
Carl Marshburn Grocery.
Paul Marshburn Grocery.
H L. Herring Grocery
Mayhan Grocery.
Overton Grocery.
George’s Food Store.
Loveless Grocery.
L. L. Mills Grocery.
W. D, Mills Grocery
S. D. Bordeaux Grocery.
Ideal Open Air Market.
Open Air Market.
Super Open Air Market
Batson’s Grocery, Sunset Park.
E. L. Robinson, Carolina Beach Hwy
Kachan nrug Si0re’ Jacksonville.
Bunch r, Ugo Store’ Jacksonville.
Bunch Drug store, Carolina Beach
»h?rer.Drugs’ Carolina Beach
Bame’s cfUg Store' Carolina Beach,
s Grocery Store, Carolina Beach
“ Grocery, Carolina Beach.
Pmer Groeery, Junction.
Southland Grocery.
7-Mile Grocery.
Finlay Carr, Wallace.
Warsaw Drug Co.. Warsaw
Joe Brown Grocery
guarantee Food Store, Southport.
Bokenhagen Grocerv
Ellis Meares. Fairbluff and Whiteville
Newell s Soda Shop, W’ville Beach '
Roberts Grocery, Wrightsville Beach
Harrelson Pharmacy, Tabor City.
Southeastern North Carolina
NEWS TIDBITS
★ ★ ★
Bladen — Brunswick — Columbus — Craven —
Duplin — Onslow — Pender — Robeson — Sampson
BEAUTY SPOT
FAIRMONT, July 9.—Mem
orial park, loca ed ■ across
from the Hotel Fairmont here
is rapidly becoming a beauty
spot. Provided with a pool,
fountain and memorial bench
es, the park has Deen dedi
cated to service men of World
Wars I and II. The Fairmont
Woman’s club is sponsoring the
project. Plans include the
planting of shrubs and trees.
LEAVES FOR MEET
WHITEVILLE, July 9. —
Bion Sears, cashier of the
First National Bank of White
ville, is attending a Banker’s
meeting in Chapel Hill. He will
return Thursday.
NEW BUS LINE
CHADBOURN, July 9.—A. A.
White, owner of the Sureway
Motor Coach company of
Bladenboro, and Mr. Floyd, of
Fairmont, will soon establish
a new bus service. Schedules
will be released within a few
days. The service will cover
the Bladenboro - Tabor City
Chadbourn area.
NEW BUILDING
FAIRMONT. July 9.—Con
struction of a cinder block
building has been begun here
by the Johnson Cotton company
to house a farm implemeni and
tractor department. The build
ing will be 40 feet by 105 feet
and completion is expected by
August 1.
CHURCH WORK
WHITEVILLE, July 9 —
Fathers Paul Byron of Albany,
N. Y. and Francis McArthy
of Philadelphia, have arrived
here and will assist Father
Frank J. Howard in his work
in Columbus and Brunswick
counties.
EX-GI WEDS WOMAN
WHO BORE HIM SET
OF QUADRUPLETS
PITTSBURGH, July 9.—VP)— Ex
Soldier William (Red) Thompson,
Jr., and Norah Carpenter, the for
mer British service girl who bore
him quadruplets in England in 1944,
were married here Tuesday.
The civil ceremony was perform
ed in a downtown hotel suite by
Alderman Frank T. Halloran.
Thompson’s attorney, Samuel R.
Keller, was best man and Miss
Carpenter was attended by Mrs.
Edward Weill of Monessen, Pa., de
scribed by Keller as a “friend of
the bridegroom’s.’’
The last bar to the marriage was
removed a few hours earlier when
an Allegheny county orphans court
judge waived the three-day waiting
period required in Pennsylvania
before a marriage license is issued.
It is designed to hold
the muscles together
with a soft CON
CAVE PAD. It press
es the body in but
two places, keeping
the rupture closed
while working, lift
ing, walking.
W. L. Powell
Sanitary, wear when
bathing. Nature
teaches you not to
force a bulb, ball or
any convex pad in
the rupture thus
spreading the mus
cles farther apart.
Circulation is im
portant, too.
Factory representative trill be in our store.
Thursday & Friday, July 11th & 12th, 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
These Trusses Available Two Days Only
GREEN’S DRUG STORE _ 109 MARKET ST.
For Men, Women and Children \
ROTC Students Hit
Clemson Booby Trap
--
CLEMSON, S. C„ July 9—OJ.R)—
Several Clemson ROTC students
have learned that booby traps are
not confined to war zones.
An officer-instructor at the South
Carolina college noticed that every
time he left his roll bo^t unguard-'
ed a few minutes, the cadets coul*
not risest a furtive peek a'
grades. ’ ‘eit
He located a booby trap mert.
ism and attached it to the mil vJ ,
The next student who picked i°°k'
for a quick look got some Pxn’?
sive, but harmless, results " ^
Tin, one of the earliest
discovered, is mentioned m =e.
I books of the Bible, 1
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Mr. Farmer...
Electric Service
Is On It's Way
To YOU
As Rapidly
As Possible!
I • —
/ © REDDY KILOWATT
* Your Electric Servant
We know you have patiently waited a long time for electric service and
it is worth waiting for. However, due to conditions completely beyond our
control such as critical material shortages in wire, transformers meters
etc. we have been unable to erect the many miles of rural lines our post
war plans call for.
We want you to know that we are using our full resources in an
effort to alleviate the situation in any way possible and bring you service
at the earliest possible moment.
Tide Water Power Co.
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