TO BANK BOARD
Local Realtor Nominated
As An Official Of Home
Frederick Willetts, prominent
Wilmington realtor, has been nom
inated director-at-large and direc
tor of Class B associations of the
Winston-Salem Federal Home Loan
Bank, according to advices received
here yesterday from Harold Lee,
governor of the Federal Home
Loan Band administration, Wash
Willetts, president of the Co-op
erative Building and Loan associa
tion, is now completing his first
two-year term as a director of the
He said yesterday that he has
not reached a decision on accept
ance of the new nomination.
The Winston-Salem bank’s juris
diction extends over nine southeast
ern states and the organization is
the same to Building and Loan
associations as the Federal Re
serve system is to banking institu
A meeting of the board of direc
tors was held at Wrightsville
Beach during the past summer.
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WORN OUT FROM
• If you get up nights—have frequent de
sire to pass your water—yes, and have
backache, due to excess acidity in the
urine, be glad you’re reading this:
Three generations ago Dr. Kilmer, a
famous doctor, found hundreds of his
patients with this trouble. So he made a
medicine of 16 herbs, roots, vegetables,
balsams. He called it “Swamp-Root.”
Millions of men and women have taken
it—often with amazing results.
Swamp-Root goes right to work to
flush out kidneys . . . increases flow of
urine, helping relieve excess acidity ... so
the irritated bladder gets a good flushing
out, too. Maay report getting a good
night’s sleep after the first tew doses.
Caution: take as directed.
For free trial supply, send to Dept. R,
Kilmer 8s Co., Inc., Box 1255, Stamford,
Conn. Or—get full-sized bottle of Swamp
Root today at your drugstore.
WMFD Wilmington—1400 KC
7:00 AM—Top of the Morning.
7:15—Daybreak in the Barnyard.
8:00—News with Martin Agronsky
8 40—NBC Musical Reveille.
8:35—"Gems for Thought"
9:00— The Breakfast Club With Don Mc
10:00—My True Story
10:30—Hymns of All Churches -
10:45—The Listening Post.
11:00—Breakfast in Hollywood — Tom
11:30—Kellogg’s Home Edition
12:00—Noon Day Musical.
12:30—At Your Request
12:55—Pound the Town Reporter.
4:00—Meet Me in Manhattan.
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6:25—Round the Town Reporter
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8:10—Under the Capitol Dome
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8:45—Sally Ann Time
8:55—United Press Commentary
9:80—United Press News
9:05—Spotlight On Rhythm.
9:15—Songs ot Hope and Glory
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9:55—North Carolina Hi-Lites.
10:00—Once Over Lightly—MBS.
10:15—Barry Wood Show—TN.
10:30—Parade of Bands
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11:45—Victor F. Lindlahr—MBS.
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1:45—John J. Anthony—MBS.
2:00—Cedric Foster, News—MBS.
2:30—Queen For a Day—MBC.
4 00—Erskine Johnson ' in Hollywood—
OVER THE NETWORKS
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to corrections by networks made
too late to incorporate.
All times PM eastern standards. To
Change in programs as listed are due
hour; to mountain standard subtract *.wg
Times listed are those supplied by net
works. Relay times by local stations, may
vary in some instancts.
5:15—Portia Facing Life Drama — NBC j
School of the Air Continued — CBS I
Dick Tracy (Repeat at 6:15) — ABC
Superman (Repeat at 6:15) — MBS
5:30—Just Plain Bill. Dramatic — NBC
Jack Armstrong (Repeat 6:30) — ABC
Capt. Midnight (Repeat 6:30) — MBS
Repeat of the Sea Hound — MBS-west
5:45—Front Page Farrell, Serial — NBC
Tennessee Jed (Repeat 6:45) — ABC
Tom Mix (Repeated at 6:45) — MBS
Repeat of Buck Rogers — MBS-west
6:00—News Report for 15 Mins. — NBC
News Period for 15 Minutes — CBS
Walter Kiernan and News — ABC-east
Hop Harrigan in Repeat — MBS vest
6:15—Echoes of Tropics; Sports — NBC
Report from Washington, News — CBS
6 :30—Red Barber & Sports Time — CBS
6:45—Lowell Thomas & Newscast—NBC
World News and Commentary — CBS
Allen Prescott 15 Minutes — ABC-cast
7:00—Radio’s Supper Club — NBC-basic
Mystery Drama for the Week — CBS
News Commentary & Overseas — ABC
Fulton Lewis, Jr., in Comment — MBS
7 :15—News & Comment of World—NBC
Jack Smith and Series for Song — CBS
Raymond Swing and Comment—ABC
Dancing Music Orch. (15 Min.)—MBS
7:30—Songs from Carolyn Gilbert—NBC
Meredith Wilson & Orchestra — CBS
Lone Ranger’s Drama of West — ABC
Henry J. Taylor in Comment — MBS
7:45—H. V. Kaltenborn Comment—NBC
Bill Brandt in Sports Comment — MBS
8:00—The Paul Laveile Melody — NBC
Fannie Brice as Baby Snooks — CBS
To Be Announced (30 Mins.) — ABC
Voice in Night. Detective Play — MBS
8:30—Alan Young Comedy Show — NBC
Adventures of the Thin Man — CBS
This Is F.B.I. Dramatic Series — ABC
Music as Endorsed by Dorsey — MBS
8:55—Five Minutes News Period — CBS
9:00—People Are Funny in Stunts—NBC
Ginny Simms & Her Variety — CBS
Break the Bank, a Quiz Show — ABC
Gabriel Heatter and Comment — MBS
9:15—To Be Announced (15 M.) — MBS
9:30—Abe Lyman’s Waltz Time — NBC
Moore and Durante in Comedy — CBS
The Sheriff’s Detective Drama — ABC
Harry James and His Band — MBS
9:55—Five Minutes Sports Show — ABC
10:00—Mystery Theater Mysteries — NBC
It Pays to Be Ignorant “Quiz’* — CBS
Boxing Bout and Sports Show — ABC
Spotlight on America, Drama — MBS
10:30—Bill Stern’s Sports Series — NBC
Ann Sothem’s Maisie Drama — CBS
Meet the Press in Interview’s — MBS
10:45—Weekly Talk Time 15 Min. — NBC
11:00—News for 15 Minutes — NBC-basic
The Supper Club Repeat — other NBC
News, Variety, Dance. 2 h—CBS-ABC
News, Dance Band Shows 2 h.—MBS
11:15—Variety & News to 1 a m. — NBC
ESTATE OF MOTHER
WASHINGTON, Oct. 10—(U.R>—
Five-year old Mamie Spears Rey
nolds will inherit from her mother
the late Mrs. Evalyn McLean
Reynolds, a one-third share in the
income from a $10,000,000 trust
Her mother, wife of former Sen.
Robert R. Reynolds, D., N. C. died
here Sept. 20 at the age of 24 from
an overdose of sleeping tablets.
She was the daughter of Mrs.
Evalyn Walsh McLean, owner of
the fame Hope dlmond.
Under the settlement of Mrs.
Reynolds estate ordered by district
court here, Reynolds was named
guardian of the income from his
daughter’s one-third interst in the
$10,000,000 trust fund. He was
ordered to post $850,000 as surety.
In addition to her interst in the
thust fund, Mrs. Reynolds left a
personal estate of $497,000, from
which will be deducted about
$107,000 in tax and other obliga
Reynolds was named administ
rator of his daughter’s two-thirds
share of the personal estate. He
inherits the remaining one-third.
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anyone feel “set up” till noon! Nourishing as
a hot cereal! Delicious! Refreshing! For
Nabisco Shredded Wheat is the original
Niagara Falls product...just the natural
whole wheat steamed... shredded... baked'
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SUGGESTED RECIPE ...
OYSTERS IN CASSEROLE
, 3 tablespoons margarine 1 teaspoon Worcester
1 tablespoon flour shire Sauce
y« cup evaporated milk Few drops lemon Juice
2/3 cup catchup Salt and pepper
(or tomato Juice) 1 pint oysters
Melt margarine, blend In flour and add milk and
catchup or tomato Juice gradually. Cook until thick
ened, stirring constantly. Add Worcestershire sauce. I
lemon Juice, salt and pepper. Cook oysters slowly in
their own liquor until the edges curl. Drain, place
oysters In buttered casserole, or Individual dishes and
cover with the sauce. Bake In moderate oven 371
degrees r.) 15 to 20 mlnutea. Serves 4. *
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New York Dressed FRYERS lb. 67c
Tasty Spiced LUNCH MEAT lb. 53c
Pimento Cream CHEESE lb. 59c
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FILET FLOUNDER lb. 61c
FILET RAHAMIAN GROUPEE lb. 39c
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ORANGE juice r 21'
BLENDED JUICE P», T 48'
TOMATO JUICE — c» 11*
V-8 COCKTAIL v,h“i# “cT 33*
TOMATO SOUP Campbell's Cans 2Ie
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DILL PICKLES r: T 31*
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Heinz 3 5-Oz. Glasses 24c
Cereal 6-oz. Pk9. 10c
Red Mill at. Bot. 17c
Red Mill 1-Lb. Jar 30c
Kris y i-lb. PkB. 23c
Octagon 2 131-Oz. Cans 9c
2 q»- Bots 25c
1-Gal. Bot. 25c
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