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flTY \ I DRAG
BURNT CREEK BED
Engineer’s Department Be
gins Work Today To
Ease Situation
' A City Engineers’ department
dragline machine will toda ybegin
clearing Burnt Mill creek for what
City Manager J. R. Benson hopes
will be at least temporary relief
for the overflows which have in
undated the area surrounding it
three times in the past two months.
Benson said yesterday that the
Engineering department plans
eventually to open up the creek
from Mercer avenue, deepen and
widen its stream, and install addi
tional and larger culverts as a
permanent solution to its drainage
problems.
The drag line’s work can be at,
best temoorary because of the.
creek’s prevailing water level, he
said. Permanent repairs will await;
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the end of the current rains, it is
believed.
Basements Damaged
Some houses near Burnt Mill
creek have been damaged through
water seepage in the basement,
and on occasion their lots have
been under several inches of
water, Benson pointed out.
The dragline will go into opera
tion after yesterday’s inspection
of the area by Benson and J. A.
Laughlin, city engineer. Its work in
deepening the stream and clearing
out impediments in its waters is
expected to reduce the flood threat
somewhat.
CPA MAN INSPECTS
BUILDING PROJECTS
IN WILMINGTON AREA
Chester O. Ensign, manager of
the Civilian Production adminis
tration for the North Carolina dis
trict, Greensboro, was in Wilming
ton yesterday conducting a sur
: vey of the city’s proposed build
i ing projects.
\ He said he could make no pre
i diction on which Projects might
I be approved by the CPA for con
struction or how soon the approval
might be made, but he indicated
that Wilmington, in desperate need
of new business structures, would
get a ’“square deal.”
Ensign’s Wilmington survey is
one of many he will make through
out the State to determine which
cities should get priority on CPA
building permits. He will leave the
city today to continue the survey
work elsewhere.
City Briefs
SPECIAL MEETING
A special meeting has been
called for Wednesday, Sept.
11 at 7:30 o’clock by the Paint
ers local union 1024. Important
business is scheduled to be dis
cussed and a full attendance is
urged. N. R. Jones, recordin’
secretary said last night.
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NOTICE
City & County Taxes
All unpaid 1945 taxes hvae been turned over to Back
Tax department. Names appearing on thig list there
will be added all back taxes appearing against their
property and immediate suit brought to satisfy tax
claim.
CITY & COUNTY TAX OFFICE
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DAILY CROSSWORD
ACROSS
1. Constella
tion
4. Magpie
7. Walking
sticks
9. Mohamm
dan god
12. Complies
13.Insect in
final,
winged
stage
14. A song of
joy (var.)
15. River
(So. Am.)
16. Skirtlike
garments
18. Writing fluid
19. Type
measure
20. Sheltered
side
21. Small
mounds
(Golf)
22. Strange
23. Distant
24. Sailors
26. To jellify
27. Samarium
(sym.)
29. Keel-billed
cuckoo
30. Newspaper
32. Lost heat
34. Waste silk
35. Spends time
in useless
action
36. Tilting, as
in a tourney
37. Age, 13 to 19
38. Removes
(Print.)
39. Measure
(Anam)
40. Poem
DOWN
1. Near
(poet.)
2. English
portrait
painter
(d. 1792)
3. Donkey
4. Injures
5. Dancing
girl
(Egypt.)
6. One who
sets window
panes
7. Grove of
trees
8. Opposite
-middle of
ship’s side
10. Gone by
(archaic)
11. Cries, as a
wild goose
15. Grow old
17. Man’s
nickname
21. Gifted
22. Bright
colored
birds
23. Turkish
cap
24. Silent
25. Positive
terminal
(Elec,
source)
26. Wander
about idly
27. Steps over
a fence
28. Dissolves
30. Plaster of
Paris
31. Sheer linen
33. River (Sib.)
36. Fuss
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Radio Programs
WMFD Wilmington—1400 KC
-TUESDAY
7 :00—News with Martin Agronsky.
7:15—Musical Clock.
7:55—UP News.
8:00—Breakfast Club with Don McNeil
9:00—My True Story.
9:25—Betty Crocker.
9:30—Hymns of all Churchti.
9:45—The Listening Post.
10:00—Breakfast in Hollywood — Tom
Breneman.
10:30—Kellogg Home Edition.
10-45—Treasury Salute. . ,
. 1 ■ no_Presenting Mid Morning Musical.
11:30—At Your Request.
12:00—Baukage Talking.
12; 15_Power’s Charm School of the Air.
12:30—Our Singing Land.
12 43—George Barnes and Orchestra.
1:00—John B. Kennedy—Newa.
1:15—Musical Interlude.
1:25—Round the Town Reporter.
1:30—Bride and Groom.
2:00—A! Pearce and Gang.
2:30—Ladies Be Seated
3:00—Jack Berch and Boy*.
3:15—Organ Reveries.
3:30—Meet Me in Manhattan.
3 45_46th Amateur Golf Championship.
4:00—The BaDtist Hour.
4:15—ABC PARADE of Stare
4:30—Let's Dance
5 oo—Terry and the Pirates
5:15—Dick Tracy
5:30—WMFD Highlights
5:45—Flit Frolics
6 00—Ethel and Albert
6:15—WMFD Sports Review
6:20—Security Bank
6:25—Round the own Reporter
6:30—Your Richfield Reporter
6:45—The Barry Wood Show
7:00—Kieman’s Corner
7:15—Evening Request Program
7:30—Hawaiian Harmonies
7:45—Evening Request Program
8 :30—John Hershey’s Hiroshima
9 :00—Stump The Authors
9:30—Hoosier Hop
10:00—News of Tomorrow
10:15—Alan Prescott
10:30—Gems for Thought
10:35—Hotel Astor Orchestra
WJNC
1210 ON YOUR DIAL
JACKSONVILLE, N. 0.
-TUESDAY
6:25 AM—Sign On.
6:30—Wilson Presents—TN.
7:00—Morning Headlines — Wilmington
Star-News.
7:15—Musical Clock.
7:15—News Roundup—TN.
8:00—Fairy Tales—TN.
8:15—Under the Capitol Dorns.
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.
3:15—Songs of Hope and Glory.
9:30—In the Wiman’s World.
9:45—Melodic Moods.
9:55—Carolina UP News.
10:00—Cecil Brown News—MBS.
10:15—Elsa Maxwell—MBS.
10:30—Your Hit Parade
10:45—Hymns You Love—MBS
11:00—George Putnam, News—MBS.
11:15—Coke Club with Morton Downey
—MBS.
11:20—1240 Club.
12:00—UP News.
12:05—Billy Arthur.
12:10—On the Farm Front.
12:15—Greenville Tobacco Program—TN
12:30—Flit Frolics—MBS.
1:00—Cedric Foster, News—MBS.
1:15—Melody Lane.
1:30—Queen for a Day—MBS.
2:00^—UP News—Wilmington News
2:05—Musical Cavalcade.
2:15—Vocal Varieties.
2:30—Lady Be Beautiful—MBS.
3:15—Johnson Family—MBS.
3:30—Musical Box.
OVER THE NETWORKS
-TUESDAY
Changes in programs as listed are due
to corrections by networks mads
too late to incorporate.
DAYLIGHT SAVINGS NOTE — All
times PM eastern standard.
To change to eastern daylight, add
one hoar; 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 5:45, 6:45) — MBS:
5:00—News Report for 15 Mins. — NBC
Quincy Howe and News Period — CBS
Walter Kieman and News — ABC-east
Hop Harrigan (also 6) — MBS-west
5:15—Echoes of Tropics; Sports — NBC
I Frontiers from Science, Talks—CBS.
I Dick Tracy in Repeat — ABC-west
4
F.ep’t Superman (also 6:15)— MBS-wes*
5 :30—Gordon MacRae and Songs — CBS
Jack Armstrong in Repeat — ABC-west
Capt. Midnight (also 6:30> — MBS-west
5 :45—Lowell Thomas Sc Newscast—NBC
World News with Commentary —'CBS
Allen Prescott’s 15 Minutes — ABC
6:00—Radio’s Supper Club — NBC-basic
Mystery Drama lor the Week — CBS
News Commentary Sc Overseas — ABC
Fulton Lewis, Jr. (Repeat at 7)—MBS
6:15—News Sc Comment o£ World—NBC
Jack Smith Sc Series lor Song — CBS
Elmer Davis and Commentary — ABC
Dancing for 15 Minutes—MBS-Basic
6:30—Warde Donovan with Song—NBC
American Melodies Song Orch.—CBS
Rex Maupin and Variety Music—ABC
Arthur Hale in Comment—MBS-basic
6:45—Kaltenbom and Comment — NBC
Bill Brandt Sports (R'pt 7:15) — MBS
7:00—The Johnny Frolics Variety—NBC
"Big Town” Newspaper Drama—CBS
Lum and Abner Comedy Skit — ABC
Under Arrest, Police Dra —MBS-basic
7:15—Earl Godwin in Comment — ABC
7:30—A Dgte with Judy, Drama—NBC
Mel Blans Show of Comedy — CBS
Henry Morgan and His Stuff — ABC
The Falcon, Drama (R’pt 11:30)—MBS
7:55—Five Minutes News Period — CBS
8 :00—Grand Marquee. Dramatic — NBC
The Vox Poppers' Interviews — CBS
The Society of Amateur Chefs — ABC
Gabriel Heatter and Comment — MBS
8:15—Real Life Stories. Drama — MBS
8:30—Fred Waring's Night Music—NBC
Hollywood Players, Dramatic — CBS
Doctors Talk: to be announced—ABC
American Forum, Guest Panel—MBS
8:55—Five Minutes Sports Period—ABC
9:00—Man Called X, Dramatic — NBC
Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts—CBS
Concert Time for a Half Hour—ABC
9:15—Upton Close in Comment—MBS
9:30—Red Skelton and Comedy — NBC
Open Hearing for a Discussion—CBS
Hoosier Hop in a Barn Dance—ABC
Dance Band for a Half Hour — MBS
10:00—News for 15 Minutes—NBC-basic
The Supper Club Repeat — NBC-west
News, Variety. Dance 3 h.—CBS Sc ABC
News; Dance Band Shows, 2 h.—MBS
10:15—Variety Sc News to 1 a m_NBC
80-Cent Check Costs Life
LEBANON, N. H.— (U.R)—An at
tempt to evade payment of an 80
cent dinner check cost Fred A,
Cronan his life. He drowned while
swimming the Connecticut river
to escape police pursuit.
Mrs. s. a. lewis
WANNISH, Sept. 9. — Funeral
services for Mrs. S. A. Lewis, 74,
| who died Monday afternoon, will
be held Tuesday afternoon at 4
o’clock from the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Dannie Moise, at
Wannish.
The Rev. Ulrich will officiate and
internment will be in the Lake
Waccamaw cemetery.
She is survived by one son;
Robert Lewis of Bolton. One
daughter Mrs. Dannie Moise of
Wannish. Four grandchildren and
five great grand children.
JAMES N. HENRY, SR.
Funeral services for James
(Jim) Neal Henry, Sr., 77, who
died at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. Frazier L. Warlick, 100 So.
8th. St., Winter Park Gardens, Mon
day night after a short illness will
be held Wednesday afternoon at 2
o’clock from Calvary Baptist
church with the Rev. E. W. Pate,
Pastor and Rev. W. A. Pool of j
the Burgaw Baptist church officiat
ing.
Interment will be made in the
Ivanhoe Baptist church cemetery.
Ha is survived by three daughters;
Mrs. Warlick Mrs. Thomas L.
Moore and MVs. Arthur H. Rush all
of Wilmington. Two sons; James
Neal Henry, Jr. of Wilmington
and John T. Henry of Burgaw. One
sister; Mrs. Mammie Lee of Wal
lace. Ten grandchildren also sur
vive.
Mr. Henry was a retired street
car motorman, serving in that
work for a number of years, and
known to many friends as “Mr.
Jim.’
OBITUARIES
EDWIN C. THOMAS
A military funeral was held yes
terday afternoon at the Topsail
Presbyterian church for Edwin
Conrad Thomas, 26-year-old Hamp
stead Navy veteran, who was
fatally injured when the auto
mobile he was driving crashed
into Sturgeon creek bridge, on the
Navassa road. Saturday night.
The services were conducted by
the Rev. C. C. Myers and Marion
Barnhill, the latter the chaplain
of the Hampstead post of the
American Legion.
Members of the Hampsteadl
post served as honorary pallbear
ers. Active pallbearers were:
Norman C. Atkinson. William
Autry, W. R. Smith, Jr., J. E.
Sanders, Monroe Howard and
Thurman Singleton.
Thomas is survived by his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. C.
Thomas, of Hampstead; a sister,
Mrs. Minnie Lennon, of Delco;
three brothers R. M.; N. C. Jr.,
and J. C. Thomas, all of Hamp
stead.
JAMES EDWARD LITTLETON
Funeral services for James Ed
ward Litleton, age 74, were held
from the chapel of the Harrel
Coble funeral home Monday morn
ing at 11 o’clock.
Mr. Littleton died at his resi
dence, 2-C Nesbitt Courts, Thurs
day afternoon. Me was a retired
contractor.
The Rev. H. J. Wilson officiated.
Interment followed in the Oakdale
cemetery.
Surviving are his wife; two
daughters, Mrs. J. G. Carney, of
Wilmington and Mrs. John Hewett,
of Supply and one brother, Cato
Littleton of Philadelphia.
Active pallbearers were Carl
ton King, W. B. McKeithan, J. L.
Williams, C. Russ, W. B. Hand
and Benny Wilkins.
Honorary pallbearers were Dr.
David R. Murchison, E. A. Rush
er, William Watkins, Tommie Mer
cer, William E. Taylor and W. D.
Johnson.
MARY E. HICKMAN
Funeral services for Mrs. Mary
E. Hickman, 72, who died Sun
day at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. B. B. Hodges, 1013 S. Sixth
street, were held Monday afternoon
at the Tabernacle Baptist church.
The Revs. C. E. Baker and R. H.
Mills officiated and interment fol
lowed in Bellevue cemetery.
Mrs. Hickman is survived by two
daughters, Mrs. Hodges and Mrs.
C. W. Trimbath, Johnston, Pa.,
one son, John W. Smith of Live
Oak, Fla., and five grandchildren.
Pallbearers were James R.
Hobbs, J. D. Hobbs, Sr., A. A.
Hobbs, J. H. Davis, C. D. Riven
bark and R. C. Pickett.
DAVIS INFANT
Funeral services for Elbert F.
Davis, Jr., three-weeks-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert F. Davis of
Holly Ridge, who died at James
Walker Memorial hospital Saturday
night at 9:30, were held Monday
afternoon at 3 o’clock from St.
Phillips Episcopal church at Tar
Landing. Interment was in the
church cemetery.
The Rev. Harvey W. Glazier,
assisted by Rev. Paul Meritts
conducted the services.
He is survived by his parents
and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
L. M. Davis of Holly Ridge and
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Edens of
Hampstead.
LEONIDAS E. SOUTHERLAND
Leonidas Beatty Southerland,
former resident of Wilmington,
died Sept. 8 after a long illness,
it was learned here last night.
He is survived by his wife, two
daughters, five sons and several
grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at
Miami, Fla. on September 10
MRS. P. D. GERALD
FAIR BLUFF, Sept. 9 — Mrs.
P. D. Gerald, 65, resident of Horry
county died suddenly Monday at
the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Henry V. McNeill of Fair Bluff.
She was a member of the Black
Creek Baptist church, Nichols, S.
C.
She is survived by five
daughters; Mrs. R. R. Whitlock,
Mrs. A. W. Koonce of Lake City,
S. C., Mrs. Henry C. Turner of
Marion, S. C., Mrs. J. E. McLeod,
Florence, S. C., and Mrs. Henry
G. McNeill of Fair Bluff; 3 sons;
K. L. and D. R. Geilald of Nichols
and B. W. Gerald, U. S. Navy,
Charleston, S. C.; one brother, V.
B. Harrelson, Mullins and one
sister; Mrs. T. J. Floyd, Aynor,
S. C.
Funeral services will be held
from the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Henry G. McNeill in Fair
Bluff with Rev. Walter Edwards of
Wingate assisted by the Rev.
John Price of Fair Bluff officiat
ing Tuesday, September 10th at
4 o’clock. Interment will be held
at the Gerald family cemetery
near Nichols.
GEORGE W. KING
CLINTON, Sept. 9. _ George
Washington King, 68, died at his
home near ^Clinton, Sunday after
noon after an illness of several
months. Funeral services will be
held Tuesday afternoon at 3 o’clock
from the Crumpler Honeycutt fun
eral home with the Rev. E. S Mor
gan of Dunn, assisted by the Rev
R. H. Jackson of Clinton, in charle
Interment will be in the local
cemetery.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs
Edith Crumpler King; six daugh
ters, Mrs. Floyd Quick, Mrs. A.
U. Howell, Mrs. J. E. Sumner i
and Merita King, of Clinton, Mrs’
j W. Lee, of Qolumbus, Ga., and
Mrs. O. T. Parker, of Norfolk, Va.
Four sons, Houston King, Earl
King, Paul King, and David King,
all of Clinton; and two brothers, 1
Felix King, and B. F. King, also of
Clinton. 1
MRS. IRENE DOSHER
SOUTHPORT, Sept. 9—Funeral
services for Mrs. Irene Dosher,
age 77, were held this afternoon
at 2:30 o’clock from the Bethel
Baptist church. The Rev. H. M.
Baker officiated. Interment fol
lowed in the church cemetery.
Mrs. Dosher died in the Dosher
Memorial hospital following a
lingering illness.
She is survived by her husband,
John A. Dosher; one daughter,
Miss Bessie and one son, Robert.
Acting pallbearers were R. M.
Walton, Dermond Swayne, Herbert
Swayne, Sgt. Wayne Leinart, Fred
Spence anj J. J. Loughlin.
Honorary pallbearers were Dr.
L. C. Fergus, Dr. C. G. Brown,
Dr. R. C. Daniels, Price1 Furpless,
Joel Moore, John Erickson, and
Ralph Woodside.
MRS. MARY W. BERG
SOUTHPORT, Sept. 9 — Mrs.
Mary Wejodside Berg, 77, died at
her home here at 10:30 Sunday
morning.
She is survived by a daughter;
Miss Annie Mae Woodside of South
port; one sister, Mrs. Lou Anders
of Wilmington and one brother,
James F. Anders of Blunstown,
Fla.
Funeral services were held Mon
day afternoon at 3:30 o’clock
from the Southport Baptist church.
Rev. H. M. Baker, assisted by Rev.
A. L. Brown will officiate and in
terment was in the Old Southport
church cemetery.
Active pallbearers were: R. T.
Woodside, J. L. Stone, R. I. Phelps,
R. L. Jones, David Watson and C.
A. Rouark.
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MRS. LOUISE W. CONNER
BELHAVEN, Sept. 9.—Funeral
services were held Monday after
noon at 3 o’clock for Mrs. Louise
White Conner, daughter of the late
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. White of Wil
mington. Services were held from
St. James Episcopal church.
She died in her home here Sun
day.
Surviving are one son, O. R. Con
ner, Jr., serving with the U. S.
Army in Japan, two daughters,
Mrs. James Loyd, of Belhaven and
Mrs. James Belvin, of Durham;
one brother, Ben F, White, Jr.,
of New Orleans and three sisters,
the Misses Cary and Ellie White,
of Wilmington and Mrs. C. M.
Black of Goldsboro.
ALICE SMITH
CHADBOURN, Sept. 9.—Funeral
services for Mrs. Alice Smith, 66,
of Sellers community, near White
ville, who died Saturday afternoon
after a brief illness, were held Mon
afternoon from the New Hope Bap
tist church. The Rev. R. W. Strick
land officiated and burial was in
the church cemetery.
Mrs. Smith is survived by five
sons, Major, Dill, Goodman, Bray
ton and A. D. Smith; and one
daughter, Mrs. Kate Sellers, of
Whiteville.
W. H. HOWARD
BLADENBORO, Sept. 9—Funeral
services for W. H. Howell, 70, who
died at his home Saturday after
a long illness were conducted
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Capudlne acts two ways to bring
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Monday afternoon at 5 d- rn. from
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tery by the Rev. Gaston Hester,
pastor of the Bladenboro Baptist
church.
Survivors include his wife; three
sons; Alton, Rufus and Oscar;
five daughters: Mrs. T. Cain, Mrs.!
Calvin Willoughby, Mrs. Sam Ellis,
all of Bladenboro, Mrs. Jesse
Howell and Mrs. Anne Quickmore
of Rocky Mount.
MRS. EMMA D. BLADES
IC3WBERN, Sept. 0. — Funeral
service for Mrs. Emma Duffy
Blades, wife of James Vernon
Blades, who died suddenly yester
day afternoon while on a visit in
Philadelphia, will be held here at
10:30 Wednesday morning from
Christ Episcopal church, of which
she was a member. The Rev.
Charles Williams, rector, will of
ficiate.
Interment will be in Cedar Grove
cemetery. Daughter of Lawrence
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