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ff CONSIDERS
SELLING surp lus
a Marine Hospital Site
Juildings May Go On
glock Under Plan
,s;on City Council will
ing for sale the sur
on the old Marine
! . \ at Ninth and Nun
'■ ". ext regular meeting,
• e property has been
i the city by that timV
• J. R. Benson said
’ :he larger barracks
';”c r - nail buildings, two of
S. f three boilers, and the
; \ : ch will probably be
... ■ ; public sale, Benson
E ... ... in begin clearing the
eds from saie of the
; _s may pay the en
ue cost of the hospital.
!r:.e large buildings has
1..... ,,-d for transfer to the
. :"f for use as a warehouse,
1 , . , ' begin clearin the
.... ;o make way for the
; torium as soon as The
<fer have been com
.. • ;t understood.
- \..c berg live eggs” were
pocket watches ever
DIAL 6341
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Mattes th? "old stomach and the
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fry muscle fibre, cell.
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Sturdy Health.
YMCA organizes new
EMPLOYED SOCIETY
The Y. M. C. A. finished or
ganizing an employed brotherhood
last night in a meeting at the
“y”' Russell H. Caudill, club ad
visor, announced yesterday.
This step is not new at the Y.
M. C. A. as others have been form
ed during the past years, and is,
an international activity.
The purpose of the club is to
promote spiritual, mental, and
physical development of its mem
ber and other employed boys in
the community.
The president, elected last night
was Bobby Cook; the vice presi
dent, Robert Well; the secretary,
Rannie McCall; the treasurer, Wil
liam Hemsley.
Other members are Marion Hales
and Henry van der Leigh, Kenneth
Hardison, Vernon Hayes, Marion
Rackley, Julius Parker, Donald
Bennett, George Zibelin, and
Charles Hughs.
The club meeting will be held
each Monday night at 6;30 at the
"Y”.
COMMUNITYCHEST
LEADERS TO MEET
Corporation’s Division To
Assemble This After
noon At 4 G'Clock
Leaders of the Corporations di
vision of the Advance Gifts sec
tion of the city’s Community Chest
campaign wall meet at four
o'clock this afternoon to complete
plans for their share of the $106.
204 drive, which begins Oct. 15.
Fred E. Little, chairman of the1
corporations division, will com-1
plete his group's roster of work
ers and assign prospects to its
team captains, FRrederick Wil
lets. Sr.. Peter Browne Fuffin and
Howard Penton.
The corporation division is one
of the ‘hree groups in the ad
vanced gifts section. which is
under the general chairmanship
of E. L. White. The others are the
individual gifts section, whose
chairman is Davis^Howes, and
the professional division under the
direction of Dr. J. Watts Farthing.
One more phase of the cam
aign's warm-up got into motion
yesterday when H. R. Emory,
chairman of its information com
mittee, named George Conant,
Tide Water Power company com
mercial manager, as chairman of
its advertising sub-committee:
Courtlandt Baker, executive sec
retary of the local Boy Scouts, as
display committee chairman; and
Ben McDonald. Star-News radio
commentator, as radio publicity
chairman.
James L. Allegooa. advertising
manager of the Star-News, and
Joe C. Haire. business manager of
the Wilmington Post, will assist
Conant with the work of the adver
tising committee.
Ken Noble, Inc., as a service to
the campaign, wdll prepare Com
munity chest copy for use in dis
play advertising.
Boy Scout troops will assist
Baker in the work of the display
committee by distributing chest
posters, constructing store window
displays, and aiding members of
the local fire department in sett
ing up street banners w;hen the
drive opens.
SURRENDERS COMMANP
SOUTHAMPTON, England. Sept.
23.— (JP) —Adm. H. Kent Hewitt,
oommander of the United States
laval forces in Europe, handed
over his command Monday to Adm.
Richard L. Conolly aboard . the
Cruiser Houston, flagship of the
12th fleet. Hewitt has been assign
ed to the Naval War college in
Washington.
Demonstration Fatal
AMSTERDAM, Sept. 23.— UP) —
One man was killed and another
injured Saturday night when 500
persons demonsrated against send
ing Dutch troops to Indonesia. The
government has announced that at
least one division will be sent
there to replace withdrawing Eng
ish soldiers.
HEBREW MEETING
CHARLOTTE, Sept. 23.— GPU The
Hebrew Christian Alliance, wnich
is holding its 31st annual meeting
here, will hold its first open ses
sion tonight.
Effective Midnight
MONDAY, SEPT. 30th
WE WILL RENDER
AMBULANCE SERVICE
Our while ailendanls will be at
your call ai any lime lo go any
where.
*0PP funeral home
Market st dial 6666
Radio Programs
WMFD Wilmington—1400 KC
-TUESDAY
7:0_0-News with Martin Agronsky
7:lo—Musical Clock.
7:55—UP News.
8;00~McNen.reakfaSt C1Ub WUh Don
9:00—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—Treasury Salute.
11:00—Mid Morning Musical.
11:30—At Your Request.
12:00—Baukhage and tht News.
™~£0wer's Chsrm Sch001 of the Air.
12.JO—Our Singing Land.
1?.:nn"~?eorge Barnes and Orchestra.
1.00—John B. Kennedy—News.
l:lo—Musical Interlude.
* -Round the Town Reporter.
l:^~Bride and Groom Show.
2:00 Ladies be Seated.
2:30—Meet Me In Manhattan.
Berch and Boys.
J:lo—Organ Reveries.
3 ;30—News Summary.
3 :45—Cliff Edwards.
4:00—The Baptist Hour.
4:15—ABC Parade of Star*
4 :30—Let’s Dance.
5:00—Terry and the Pirates
5:15—Dick Tracv.
5:30—WMFD Highlights.
5:45—Flit Frolics.
6:00—Ethel and Albert.
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.
7:15—Request Program.
7 :30—Calvade of Hits.
7:45—Evening Request Program.
8:30—The Doctors Talk it over.
8 —Bella Spweck Reports.
8:55—Sports with Harry Wismer.
9:00—Concert Time.
9:30—Hoosier Hop.
10:00—News of Tomorrow.
10:15—Joe Hasel Sports.
10 :30—Gems for Thought.
10:35—Hotel Astor Orchestra.
WJNC
1240 ON YOUR DIAL
JACKSONVILLE
-TUESDAY
5:58— Sign On.
6:00—The Yawn Patrol.
6:30—Sacred Heart Program.
6:45—Musical Clock.
7:00—Morning Headlines—The Wilming
ton Star.
7 :05—Musical Clock.
7:45—News Roundup—TN.
8:00—Fairy Tales—TN.
8:15—Under the Capitol Dome.
8:15—Front Page News—WHIT
3:30—Musical Clock.
8:45—Sally Ann Time.
8:55—UP Commentary.
8:00—UP News.
9:05—Spotlight on Rhythm.
8:15—Songs of Hope and Glory.
9;30—In the Woman’s World.
9:45—Melodic Moods.
9:55—Carolina UP New?.
10:00—Cecil Brown—MBS.
10:15—Tell Your Neighbors—MBS.
10:30—Parade of Bands.
10*45—Victor H. Lindlahr—MBS.
11:00—Up to the Minute News—MBS.
11:15—Coke Club With Morton Downey
—MBS.
11:30—1240 Club.
12:00—Noon — UP News.
12:05—Billy Arthur.
12:10—On the Farm Front.
12:15—Greenville Tobacco Board of Trade
12:30—Flit Frolics.
12:45—John J. Anthony—MBS.
1:00—Cedric Foster.
1:30—Queen for a Day.
2:00—Up News—The Wilmington News.
2:05—Musical Cavalcade.
2:15—Vocal Varieties with I.N.E.S.
2:30—Bobby Norris and His Singing
Strings—MBS.
2:45—The Jackie Hill Show—MBS.
3:00—Erskin Johnson—MBS.
3:15—Johnson Family—MBS.
3:30—Music Box.
OVER THE NETWORKS
-TUESDAY
Changes in programs as listed are due
to corrections by networks made
too la1e to incorporate.
DAYLIGHT SAVING 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 itmes by local stations,
may vary in some instances.
4:45—Front Page Farrell. Serial — NBC 1
Sparrow and The Hawk. Serial — CBS
Tennessee Jed, a Kiddies’ Skit — ABC
Tom Mix (Rep’ts at 5:45, 6:45) — MBS
o:°0—News Period for 15 Mins. — NBC
Quincy Howe and News Period — CBS
Walter Kiernan and News - ABC-east
Hop Harrigan (Also 6:00) — MBS-west
°^15~Echoes of 'Tropics; Sports — NBC i
Frontiers from Science, Talks — CBS
Dick Tracy in a Repeat — ABC-west
_R^pt Superman (also 6:15) — MBS-west
5:30—Red Barber & Sports Time — CBS
Jack Armstrong in Repeat — ABC-west
Capt. Midnight (also 6:30) — MBS-west
5:4o Lowel! Thomas & Newscast — NBC
Allen Prescott with 15 Minutes — ABC
6;, Radl°,s Supper Club — NBC-basic
Mystery Drama for the Week — CBS
News Commentary & Overseas — ABC
Fulton Lewis. Jr. (Repeat at 7» — MBS
6:15— News & Comment of World—NBC
Elmer Davis and Commentary — ABC
Dancin8 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—Kaltenborn and Comment — NBC
„BiU Brandt Sports (R’pt 7:15) — MBS
7:00—Rudy Valley with Variety — NBC
''Big Town” Newspaper Drama — CBS
Under Arrest, Dramatic — MBS-basic
7:15—Earl Godwin in Comment — ABC
7:30—A Date with Judy, Drama — NBC
Mel Blanc Show with Comedy — CBS
Henry Morgan and His Stuff — ABC
JThe 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 j
8:30—Fred Waring’s Night Music — NBC I
Doctors Talk; To Be Announced—ABC
American Forum, Guest Panel — MBS
8:55—Five Minutes Sports Time — ABC
9:00—Bob Hope Comedy Variety — NBC
Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts — CBS
Concert Time for u 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 & ABC
News. Dance Band Show\ 2 h. — MBS
10.15—Variety & News to 1 a m. — NBC
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31 Young cat
32. Grieved
34. King of
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37 Uncooked
38. Girl's name
41. Bewilder
43. The elbow
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45. Beetle
46. A beast
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47. Warning bell
48. Gull-like bird
DOWN
1. Deed
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4. Color
5. Thick slices
6. Twitching
7. Rowing
implements
8. Leg joint
9. Orient
11. Calm
17. Tree
19. Revolves
20. Not full
21. Peck
22. Female
sheep
23 Obstacle
25. Likely
26. Malt
beverage
27. Coin (Jap.)
29. Aircraft
route
31. Isthmus
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33. Musical
instrument
34. Sleeveless
garments
35. Half
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39. Movable
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CRYPTOQUOTE—A cryptogram quotation
FCOS AS TUPD ESMECAUYT CY
SZJRGYFS NUD ACYS — JCJSDU.
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THE CULTIVATION OF THE FIELDS—OVID.
Distributed by King Features Syndicate. Ine.
DIAL 2-3311 FOR NEWSPAPER SERVICE
Out On Bail
BOSTON, Sept. 23 — (.?>)— Lieu
tenant Thomas F. Farrell, 25,
army flier under a three to five
year sentence for assaulting
Helen Stavrou, 18, Westover field
civilian employe, with lighted cig
arets and a razor blade, was re
leased Monday under $12,000 bail.
Farrell, who appealed to the
State Supreme court, had been
held in jail since July 29 in lieu
of $15,000 bail. Trial Judge Ed
ward J. Voke agreed to reduction
of the bail.
Repairs Start
GUAM, Sept. 23 — UP) — Air
travel was to be resumed to and
from typhoon-swept Guam Mon
day. Saturday’s devastating storm
has moved into the area 300 miles
southwest of Okinawa, curving
tentatively toward Formosa.
The island command announc
ed that 30 days would be required
to return Guam to “a reasonable.
functioning schedule,” but much
longer than that to complete nec
essary rebuilding.
For Newspaper Service Dial 2-3311
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