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terminal claims
may be delayed
Postmaster D o s h e r Say,
Forms Have Not Reach
ed City As Yet
ans tif tie Wilmington area Ate
jue around $1,250,000 'n termoal
leave pay. and a number of e}gi
h'es have made inquiries regfrd
■ procedure, but Wilburf R.
nosher, Wilmington postmater,
t,;h" yesterday that he ha- not
ve.-eceived application forms and
■;ner data necessary to thelfling
0f claims. I
Patience on the part of appli
cants is asked by Dosher fnd of
jcials of various veterans organ
7a'ions who also will aid.’former
,ervicemen in filing aptlcations
j.r jde money due therm Dosher
For A Great Variety Us
gift selections
YOI'R FAVORITE? IN
CHINA. SILVER AND
GLASSWARE PATTERNS
VISIT THE
Jewel Box Gift Shop
Downstairs In The Jewel Box
109 North Front St.
iOAMER
blended whiskey
16 Proof — 70% Grain Neutral Spirit! li
DISTRIBUTED BY ^
\ UNITED DISTILLERS C^MERICA, INC.,^
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fiid a considerable time may
Japse before final provisions of the
pleasure recently signed by Pres
ident Truman can be placed in ef
I One phase of the situation ap
parently was cleared up yester
day when Bobert S. Matthews, Jr.,
in charge of the veterans admin
istration contact office here, said
he was compelled to tell a widow
of a soldier who died while in ser
vice that her family was not en
titled to the terminal leave pay
because of six months pay al
ready granted his dependants as
part of a service-connected grat
uity.
iJosher and others who will aid
veterans in receiving and filing
application forms for terminal
leave pay, said they would do all
possible to expedite the procedure,
but that nothing could De done
until the proper forms are receiv
ed.
IBARRA ON JOB
QUITO, Ecuador, Aug. 12.—(/P)—
Dr. Jose Velasco Ibarra resumed
his post as constitutional president
of Ecuador Monday while troops
stood guard to prevent a recur
rence of Saturday’s uprising, dur
ing which 80 persons were arrested
after an abortive attempt to place
Dr. Hector Vasconez, Liberal, in
the presidency.
deaf meeting set
RALEIGH, Aug. 10.—(A1)—A two_
day meeting of the Dixie Deaf As"
sociation will open Aug. 30 in
Greenville, S. C., according to -J.
M. Robertson of Raleigh, acting
chairman of the executive commit
tee.
COMMUNISTS SAY
VISAS WITHHELD
Charge Nationalist Govern
ment With Withholding
U. S. Passports
SHANGHAI, Aug. 12. — (JP) —
Charges that the nationalist gov
ernment is withholding passports
to Chinese communists invited to
the United States, including Mme.
Chou En-lai, were made today by
Miss King-peng, an authorized au
thority at the communist office in
Shanghai.
Miss Kungpeng said that Mme.
Sun Yat-sen, widow of the founder
of the Chinese republic, and
Madame Chou, wife of China’s No.
2 communist, had been invited by
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt to a con
ference in .New York in September.
Passport Refused
“Madame Chou has been unable
to get a passport and we expect
Madame Sun also won’t be able to
get one,’* Miss Kung-peng said in
an interview.
Others she listed as being refused
passports were:
Chen Lien-feng, agricultural ex
pert, and Dr. Tan-chung, head of
Yenan, holders of UNRRA fellow
the International Peace hospital at
ships. This resulted, Miss Kung
peng said, in the UNRRA threat
ening to withhold scholarships from
about 20 pro-Kumintang (govern
ment party) Chinese.
Others Listed
Chou-wang, an educator; Nieh
Chu-huang, an engineer; Li-su, an
engineer, and Ouyang Shantsun,
dramatist, all invited by the State
department to visit the United
States.
Wooden Nickels Find Takers
PIQUA, O. (U.w—Wooden nickels
were sold to residents here during
Piqua's Sesqui-Centennial celebra
tion. Wooden dimes and quarters
—in all colors—also were sold.
RELIABLE
Watch Repairing
B. GURR, Jeweler
264 N. Front St.
“DIAPER RASK
i' & Not this baby l
. At first sign of chafing,
fj redness or other extem
w ally caused irritation, apply
t CUTICURA Ointment. Help
1 prevent irritation—use mild
ly medicated Cuticura Soap
and Talcum. All druggists.
Obituaries
HARRY ALLEN CREAGH
POLLOCKSVILLE, Aug. 12 —
Harry Allen Creagh, 81, died here
early yesterday morning after a
short illness. The funeral was held
today at 3 p.m. from the Pol
locksville Presbyterian church, of
which he had served as an elder
and clerk to the session for more
than 30 years. Interment followed
in the Pollocksville cemetery.
A native of Jones county, Mr.
Creagh was a leader in the busi
ness and civic life of the commun
ity for half a century.
Surviving are his widow; one
daughter, Mrs. E. E. Bell; and one
son, Sheriff John Creagh.
MRS. LULA L. CHASON
LUMBERTON, Aug. 12. — Mrs.
Lula Lovette Chason, 58, wife of
the late Arthur B. Chason, died
at her home in Lumber Bridge
Sunday night after a long illness.
She had been confined to bed since
she suffered a stroke last January.
Funeral services will be con
ducted from Lumber Bridge Bap
tist church of which she was a
member, Tuesday at 4 p. m. by
her pastor, the Rev. T. Paul Dea
ton assisted by a former pastor,
Dr. J. M. Gibbs of Steadman. In
terment will be in the cemetery of
LumberBridge Presbyterian
church beside the grave of her
husband, who died in April 1941.
Mrs. Chason was a life long
resident of the Lumber Bridge sec
tion where she was born on Dec.
31, 1887, daughter of the late J. O.
and Arry Baxley Lovette. Surviv
ing are two sons Arthur B. Chason
of New York City and Thomas L.
Chason of the home, two daugh
ters, Mrs. George B. Weaver of
Wallace and Mrs. T. B. Forbis of
Lumber Bridge; one brother, O. B.
Lovette of Parkton; and one
grandson, George Arthur of Wal
lace.
MRS. NELLIE H. MINTZ
Funeral services for Mrs. Nellie
Hatched. Mintz were conducted at 5
o’clock yesterday afternoon from
the Chapel of the Ward Funeral
home. The Rev. A. J. Smith of
Goldsboro, the Rev. C. N. Phillips
and the Rev. William C. Bennett
conducted the services. Interment
was in Oakdale cemetery.
Mrs. Mintz died in Duke hospital
Saturday night after a short ill
ness.
Mr*. Mintz is survived by her
husband; four daughters, Miss
Helen Mintz. Mrs. W. E. Eagle
and Miss Carolyn Mintz, all of
Wilmington, ar.d Mrs. George W.
White, of Fcrt Worth, Tex.; five
sons, William of Goldsboro, Harry,
JacK, Richard and Allen Mintz,
all of Wilmington; four brothers,
J. C-, C. H., Frank and R. T.
Hatched; one sister. Miss Annie
Mae Hatched, ad of Wilmington.
Active padbearers are George
Godwin, Maurice Haskett, W. D.
Hughes, E. F. Pittman, R. A.
Elmore and Walford Thompson.
Honorary padbearers are John
L. Codey", Walter Mids, W. A.
Penny, Sr., Dr. R. B. Rodman,
Dave Joyner, Rev. E. W. Pate and
J. T. Cowan.
D. M. HATHWAY
TABOR CITY, Aug. 12.—Mr. D.
M. Hathway, 72, died Sunday after
noon at the home of his son, Lis
ton Hathway, after a long illness.
Funeral services will be held from
the home Monday, August- 12, at
three o’clock p.m. Interment will
follow in the Princeville cemetery,
Loris, S. C. Surviving are two
daughters Mrs. Jennia Dudley,
Fairmont; Mrs. L. T. Graham,
Tabor City; three sons, Liston and
Albert of Tabor City and McCoy
of Iron City vicinity,
JOSEPH D. CARR
WALLACE, Aug. 12. — Funeral
services for Joseph D. Carr, 68,
year old prominent business man,
who died at his home here Monday
morning at 11 o’clock will be held
at the Wallace Presbyterian at 11
o’clock Tuesday morning. Inter
ment will be made in the Rockfish
cemetery.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs.
Mary C. Carr and one daughter,
Miss Mary Emily Carr of Wallace
and Wilmington. Three sons, Wilbur
E. of Rocky Mount. James O. of
Wallace and Joseph O. Jr„ of High
Point. Four grandchildren also
survive.
TRYGVE LIE ARRIVES
NEW YORK, Aug. 12.—O'?)—
Trygve Lie, chairman of the U. N.
Security council, arrived at La
Guardia field Monday by plane,
ending an European tour. Also
aboard the plane was John Foster
Dulles, returning from the Pro
testant Church Council Internation
al meeting at Oxford.
Dial 2-3311 For Newspaper Service
Well Known Man Felt Like
Swollen Balloon; Full
Of Stomach Gas
Recently, a well known man stat
ed that be used to feel like a swol
len balloon after every meal. He
would bloat full of gas and spit p
acidulous liquids for hours after
eating. Was terribly constipated.
This man is one of the hundreds in
this vicinity who now praise IN
NER-AID. He states he was amaz
ed at the results when he took this
medicine. Now he eats what he
wants without gas or bloating, and
bowels are regular for the first
time in years. He feels Ifke a new
man.
INNER-AID contains 12 Great
Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear
gas from stomach, act on sluggish
liver and kidneys. Miserable peo
ple soon feel different all over. So
don’t go on suffering; Get INNER
AID. Sold by all drug stores.
HORNI FIRM BUSY
ON ALARM ORDERS
ntersection Of Third,
Front Street Also En
gages City Attention
Two municipal safety improve
ment projects—the installation oi
111 new fire alarm boxes and thf
intersection of Third and Front
scheduled for completion some
time this coming fall, City Man
ager J. R. Benson said yesterday.
The Horni-Signal Manufacturing
company, New York, has been en
gaged in building the 111 fire
alarm boxes since the city won the
celebrated court case against
Gamewell some months ago, Ben
son said. Actual delivery date,
however, has not yet been set.
The city also has on order four
electric stoplights for the Third
Front street intersection, Benson
said. As soon as they arrive and
building materials are available,
the task of intersecting the two
streets will begin.
This project will entail clearing
out the expanse of lawn and shrub
bery now separating the two
streets and slightly altering the
course of the streets themselves to
effect a straight-as-possible inter
section, according to the prelimi
nary plans drawn up by City Engi
neer J. A. Loughlin.
“Half-A-Loaf”
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 12. —(U.R)
—Bread rationing — ot the point'
where one independent baker sold
frantic patrons only half a loaf —
gripped Philadelphia Monday as a
strike at 13 bakeries cut off two
thirds of the area’s daily needs.
Long lines formed early Monday
morning at bakeries and markets,
and by noon, there were only a
few scattered loaves on shelves at
overlooked stores. Customers were
restricted to one loaf.
VIRGINIA DARE DAT
MANTEO, Aug. 12.—<A>)—Dare
county will observe Virginia Dare
Day next Sunday. It will be the
50th observance here of the birth
anniversary of the first English
child born in the new world. Sched
uled to appear on the program,
among others, are Josephus
Daniels, editor and publisher of
the Raleigh News and Observer j
and farmer secretary of the Navy,
the former Governor J. M. Brough
ton.
Dial 2-3811 For Newspaper Service
REPORT ON CONDITIONS
Three Hurt In Week-End
Auto Accidents Here
The condition of Harry D. Bow
ers of Fayetteville, whose left arm
was torn from his body in an auto
mobile accident near Acme, in Col
umbus county, early Sunday, was
described as satisfactory last night
by officials of the James Walker
Memorial hospital.
J. B. Timms of Fayetteville, was
slightly injured in the same acci
dent. The condition of Timms, an
occupant of the car with Bowers,
also was said to be satisfactory.
TJuder Bond
Columbus county authorities re- :
poited that E. A. Perry of Wilming
ton, charged with hit and run driv
ing in connection with the Bowers
accident, is at liberty under $1,500
bond, pending trial on the charges.
Serious Condition
Hospital authorities expressed
concern over the codition of
Charles C. Carter, 106 Orchard
street, who suffered multiple in
juries, including a compound frac
ture, when struck by a car on the
Carolina Beach road Saturday night
His condition was described as
serious. Carter is said to have walk
ed into the path of an automobile
after alighting from a bus. Wit
nesses said that A- T- Summey, 218
South Third street, Wilmington,
driver of the car which struck Car
j ter was not responsible for the ac
cident.
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Soothes the Nerves
The quick-acting ingredients in
the “BC” formula ease headaches
promptly and gently soothe nerves
upset by the pain. Also relieves neu
ralgia, muscular aches and func
tional periodic pains. 10c and 25c
sizes. Use only as directed. Consult
a physician when pains persist. l
Ray Fisher of Verona paid a fine
of $25 and costs in Brunswick
county recorder’s court at South
port yesterday morning on charges
of reckless driving and damage to
property. Fisher claimed he went
to sleep while driving his car, dam
aging a walkway at the home of
Policeman 0. W. Perry, and knock-1
ing down a mail box near the of-1
•ficer’s home.
Several other minor accidents
resulted in slight injuries to per
sons and damages to cars during
the week-end.
EASE PAIN OF CORN
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“Geta-It” on corn, and
you’re on the way to
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eased. In a few days
you lift corn out.
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BLAZE DESTROYS LAB
CLEMSON, Aug. 12.— (U.R) —
Chemistry classes will be conduct
ed at Clemson college this fall
despite the $100,000 blaze which
destroyed most of the chemistry
building Saturday night. Dr. R. F.
Poole, president of the school, said
Monday that classes would be shift
ed to provide space for the classes
in other buildings.
I _
Preacher’* License At 1®
LOUISVILLE, Ky. OJ.FO—Robert
M. Pitzer hap been licensed as a
preacher In the Methodist church
at the age of 15.
Getting Up Nights
Hakes ManyFeel Old
Do you suffer from Getting Up Nights,
Backache, Nervousness, Leg Paine, Disxi
ness, Swollen Ankles, Rheumatic Paine.
Bladder Weakness, Painful Passages, or feel
old and run-down, due to non-organic and
non-systemic Kidney and Bladder troubles?
U so, here is good news: The very first dosu
of Cystex (a physician’s prescription) usu
ally goes right to work helping the Kidney*
flush out excess acids and wastes which may
have caused your trouble. So take Oyetex
exactly as directed and watch for qulek help
and a rapid increase In pep, more youthful
feeling and joy In living. Cystex must sat
isfy completely or money bock Is guaranteed
on return of empty package. Don't suffer
another day without trying Cystex—9 Guar
anteed sizes. 35c, 75c, $1.50 at druggists.
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