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PRE-HOLIDAY CLEARANCE Clearance-jOarge Qroups HOLIDAY DRESSES to $24.98! Wilmingtonians. Freshen your Holiday wardrobe with sev eral—or buy for Gifts. Selection is highly varied, styles for every occasion. Blacks, Pastels, High Shades, Checks, Crepes, Sa tins, Velvets, Wool Jerseys, Sizes for Miss es, Women and Juniors. Clearance -jo Only Wool Fleece Coats *14 Sold (Regularly at $19.80! These are ideal coats for the School age miss, for Juniors, for Women. Choice of royal blue, wine red, green, grey and mottled mixture. Self and velvet collared boxy types. Warmly interlined. (Pre - Christmas FUR COATS Every smart fur and style for 1947 in cluded. Grey, India Bombay Lamb, Sleek brown African Kid, Long wearing, smart boking Persian Lamb Paw, Striking Leop ard stencilled Lapin, Grey Kid, Natural Muskrat, Sable, Mink, and Grey stripe Coneys. Pull length and new three quarter lengths. Sizes up to 44. « ^ 214 N. FRONT STREET Radio Programs | WMFD Wilmington —1400 KC -TUESDAY 6:30—Daybreak in the Barnyard. 7:15—Top of the Mornine 7:30—Musical Clock 7:55—North Carolina Highlight! ' 8:00—News with Martin Agronsky 8: IS—Star-News 8:45—Mr. Goodwill. 8:55—UP News. 9:00—The Breakfast Club with Don Mc Neil 10 :00—My True Story 10 :25—Hymns of All Churcnei 10:45—The Listening Post. 11:00—Breakfast in Hollywood — Tom Brenamen 11:30—Kellogg’s Home Edition 11:45—Treasury Salute. 12:00—Noon Day Musical 12:30—At Your Request 1:00—Baukhage Talking 1:15—Rest Hour Music 1:25—Round the Town Reporter 1:30—Our Singing Land l'-45—Stringing Along. 2:00—Walter Kieman and New!. 2:15—Happy’s Serenade 2:30—Bride and Groom 3 :00—Ladies Be Seated 3:30—The Baptist Hour. 3:45—George Barnes and Orchestra 4:00—Tommy Riggs, Betty Lou Show. 4:45—Let’s Dance. 5:00—Terry and the Pirates. 5:15—Sky King. 5 :30—WMFD Lamplighter. 5:45—Hollywood Melodies. 6:00—Kiernan’s Corner. 6:15—Musical Interlude. 6:25—Round the Town Reporter. 6:30—Blackstone, Magic Detective. 6:45—The Barry Wood Show. 7:00—Ethel and Albert. 7:15—Reed’s Present.. 7:20—Evening Request Program. 8:00—Tomorrow Morning’s Headlines. 8:05—Evening Request Continued. 8:30—O’Neills. 9:00—Tex Maupin Orchestra. 9:30—Boston Symphony. 10:30—Hoosier Hop. 11:00—News of Tomorrow. 11:15—Joe Hassel. 11:30—Gems For Thought. 11:35—George Towne Orchestra. WJNC 1340 On Your Dial. JACKSONVILLE. N. C. -MONDAY 3:00 PM—UP News—Wilmington News. 3:05—Grapevine Party Line. | 4:55—United Press News. | 5:00—Lew White at the Organ. 1 5:15—Superman—MBS. ; 5:30—Captain Midnight—MBS. | 5:45—Tom Mix. 3:00—News Kounrup. I 5:15—Maola Pleasure Parade. ; 1:30—Lazy Listening, j 1:43—Sizing Up Sports. | - :00—Fulton Lewis, Jr.—MBS. j 7 :15—Michael Zafin’s Orchestra—MBS i 7:30—Henry J. Taylor—MBS. 7:43—Around the World in Song. 3:00—Adventures of Bulldog Drummond. 3:30—Casebook of Gregory Hood—MBS 9:00—Gabriel Heatter—MBS. 9:15—Freedom of Epression. 9:30—Spotlight Bands—MBS. 0:00—To Be Announced. 10:30—Do You Believe in Ghosts. 10:45—Dance Orchestra—MBS. 11:00—All the News—MBS. 11:15—Sign Off. OVER THE NETWORKS TUESDAY, DEC. 17 Changes In programs as listed are doe to corrections by networks made too late to incorporate. All times PM Eastern Standard. To .change to Central Standard subtract < one hour; to mountain standard sub tract two hours. Times listed are those supplied by networks. Relay times by local stations, [ may vary in some instances. •| 5:45—Front Page Farrell, Serial—NBC Chicagoans Orchest., Continued—CBS j Tennessee Jed (Repeat at 6:45)—ABC Tom Mix* (Repeated at 6:45) — MBS t _ I Buck Rogers in Repeat—MBS-west 6:09—News Period for 15 Mins—NBC Quincy Howe and News Period—CBS Walter Kiernan and News—ABC-east Terry Serial in a Repeat—ABC-west Hop Harrigan in Repeat—MBS-west 6:15—America Serenade; Sports—NBC You and Alcohol, a Discussion — CBS To Be Announced (30 M.)—ABC-east The Sky King in Repeat—ABC-west Repeat by the Superman—MBS-west 6:30—Red Barber & Sports Time—CBS Jack Armstrong in Repeat—ABC-west Capt. Midnight in Repeat—MBS-west 6:45—Lowell Thomas & Newscast—NBC World News and Commentary—CBS Allen Prescott 15 Minutes—ABC-east 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 Elmer Davis and Commentary—ABC Dancing for 15 Minutes—MBS-basic 7:30—Ward Donovan and Songs—NBC American Melodies Song Orch.—CBS How Do You Pronounce It, Quiz—ABC Arthur Hale in Comment—MBS-basic 7:45—Kaltenbom and Comment—NBC Bill Brandt in Sports Comment—MBS 8:00—Rudy Vallee with Variety—ABC "Big Town” Newspaper Drama—CBS Lum and Abner Comedy Skit—ABC Michael Shayne, Radio Sleuth—MBS 8:15—Earl Godwin and Comment—ABC 8:30—A 1 ate With Judy, Drama—NBC Mel Blai.c Show with Comedy—CBS The O’Neills, Family Drama — ABC The Falcon, Drama (R’pt 11:30—MBS 8:55—Five Minutes News Period—CBS 9:00—Amos and Andy on the Air—NBC The Vox Poppers & Interviews—CBS Rex Maupin and His Orchestra—ABC Gabriel Heatter and Comment—MBS 9:15—Real Life Drama Series—MBS 9:30—Fibber McGee and Molly—NBC The Hollywood Players, Drama—CBS Boston Symphony Concert Hr—ABC American Forum, Guest Panel—MBS 10:00—Bob Hope Comedy Variety—NBS Arthur Godfrey’s Talent Scouts—CBS 10:15—Upton Close in Comment—MBS 10:30—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 11:00—News' for 15 Minutes—NBC-basic The Supper Club Repeat—NBC-west News, Variety, Dance, 2 h—CBS & ABC News, Dance Band Show 2 h—MBS 11:15— Variety & News to 1 a. m.—NBC LOCAL MAN SAILS WITH ADMIRAL ON POLAR EXPEDITION Wayne P. Rogers. 18-year-old seaman, Winter Park Is serving with the Richard Byrd expedition en route to the South pole, it was learned here. H. E. Rogers, World War II vet eran in charge of the Christmas wrapping service at the Chamber of Commerce, said he received word from his son that he will be BRIGADE BOYS’ f PLAN YULE PARTY James Copeland Announces Friday Night Selected For Event The annual Christmas party for the members of the Brigade Boy’s club will be held Friday night at the club, 2nd and Church streets at 7:30 o’clock, it was announced last night by James (Jimmy) Cope land, director of the organization. A well rounded program is being arranged for the youngsters which will include Carol singing, moving pictures and a short talk by a prominent local speaker. Nuts, can dies and fruit will also be provided. Santa Claus is expected to make his annual visit at the party which is being arranged by Copeland and Harold L. Culler, director of physi cal education. All members of the Brigade club is invited to attend. unable to be home for Christmas holidays. Aboard the U. S. S. Pine Island, carrying planes to the polar region, Seaman Rogers does not expect to be back in the United States be fore July 1947, the elder Rogers said. Sailor Rogers finished his train ing at Bainbridge', Md., before em barking with Byrd, and is con nected with the Radar equipment division. Man Had Brick in His Stomach For 10 Years One man recently stated that for 10 years he felt like he had a brick in his stomach. This feeling was due to the lump of undigested food he always had inside of him. He was weak, worn out. headachy, swollen with gas and terribly con stipated. Recently he started tak ing INNER-AID and says the feel ing like a brick in his stomach disappeared the second day. Bowels are regular now, gas and headaches are gone and he feels like 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. BudweiserJ how do you GET it?" I ask for it - Always " idlk f-^ So many more people are asking for Budweiser today that if you don’t ask for your share, somebody else will. The world’s largest brewery is working at full capacity to supply you with the most popular beer the world has ever known. So, to get your share, don't say ‘beer’, say . SWEATERS A sweater is a gift that every man ap preciates ... a gift that every man can use. Come in and choose his gift sweater from our collection of colorful pull-over, sleeveless or coat styles. You’ll find a wide range of colors and sizes. $4.95 - lo $9.95 -* ★ The Perfect Choice A MALLORY CHRISTMAS GIFT CERTIFICATE ! You know he’ll admire his gift when you give him a Mallory Gift Certificate! For then he can choose the hat that does the most for him from our selection of Mallory’s latest styles. We have a limited supply of miniature hatboxes that make perfect “presentation packages” for your gift certificate Stop in today, before our stock of boxes is exhausted. MAL/ORY $10.00 ^ GLOVES Dress gloves . . . gloves he’ll enjoy wear ing when driving on these cool ipernlngs. We have a selection of Suede, Cape and Pigskin; some wool lined . . . some fur lined. All sizes. $2.98 to $7.50 SCARFS Give him a gift to keep him warm. Colorful wool scarfs in all the latest fall shades in solids and plaids. Also white rayons. j Other Scarfs_98c to $5.00 * n n n BEDROOM SLIPPERS Dad wants good sturdy slippers for the ultimate in relaxa tion. Choose his slippers from our stock of all leather, wool tops and leather soles or wool top and soft sole bedroom slippers. They make an ideal gift. $1.39 to $4.95 _A _ A_ A _ The Ideal Man's Bag Every sportsman needs a, bag of this kind to carry the odds and ends when he pursues his favor ite pastime. Sturdy, waterproof bags that can stand plenty of knocking around. Canvas-20" „Z— $12.45 Canvas-16" _„7_„. $2.73 Imitation Leather_ $8.95 n k Lightweight AEROPLANE LUGGAGE This year give a piece or start a set of beautiful matched lug gage. Sturdy three ply aeroplane weight plywood covered wa ter resistant fabric and bound in leather. The locks and hinges are made of brass. 21" Week End Cases $10.70 lo $17.40 26" Bus Cases $15.40 lo $23.60 (Luggage prices do not include Federal Excise Tax) (fidk-ifrillicwU Co-.