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WMFD Wilmington — 1400 KC -FRIDAY g 30—“Daybreak in The Barnyard” 7:15—Top of the Morning. 7 30—“Musical Clock” r- ’.55—“North Carolina Highlights” 3:00—Martin Agrofcsky and the News g. 15—“Star News Reporting” g 20—“Musical Clock” g 40—NBC Musical Clock. 8:55—“UP News” 9.00— The Breakfast Club with Don McNeil in;00—My True Story 10:25--Hymns of all Churches 10:45—The Listening Post, ji oo—Breakfast in Hollywood — Tom Brenamen. 11:30—The Hollywood Story. 21:45—Ted Malone. “Noon Day Musical” 12:30—Opening of 80th Congress. I:!.-,—Musical Rest Period. 1:25— “Round the Town Reporter” 2:30— Our Singing Land 1.45—Man On the Street. 2;V;0—Walter Kiernan and the New* 2 Happy’s Serenade” 2 ;n—B' ic’e and Groom. 2 00—Ladies Be Seated. V: 0—Prophecy Speaks. 3:45—Voice cf the Army. ’400—Tommy Barlett Show. 4:30—Let’s Dance. 5.00— T^rrv and the Pirates. 5:15—Sky King. 5:30—Lone Ranger. g-oO—Kiernan’s Corner. SEE KAMER AND SEE BETTER ryes Examined, Glasses Fitted DR. W. A. KAMER Optometrist Bullnck Building WHEN COLDS CAUSE SORETHROATtt —■ attacks fast. LpjjJFeV") .ted TONSIL-Fffmdf ,r quick sooth- V iNlI if/rmti I ff'roMmr»r^ 'ft WMFD 9:00 %\ 11 6.15—Horth Carolina Highlight* 6:20—Interlude. the Town Reporter. 6.30— The Sports Mirror. 6:45-Time Out With Ted Steele. 7:00—Ethel and Albert. 7:15—Reed’s Presents. I:^~SVening Hequest Program. ?“~^omorrow Morning’s Headlines. " ' f“£venmg Request Continuer. 6.30— This Is Your FBI. 9:00—Break the Bank. 9:30—The Sheriff. 9:55—Champion Roll Call. 10:00—Boxing Bout. 10:30—American Sports Page. 11:00—News of Tomorrow. LI .15—Joe Hassel. 11:30—Gems For Thought. 11:35—Benny Goodman Orchestra. OVER THEliETWORKS FRIDAY, JAN. 3 changes in programs as listed are due to corrections by networks made too late to incorporate. All times PM eastern standard. To change to central standard subtract >ne hour; to mountain standard sub tract two hours. Times listed are those supplied by letworks. Relay times by local stations, nay vary in some instances. 5:15—Portia Facing Life Drama—NBC School of the Air Continued—CBS Superman (Repeat at 6:15)—MBS 5:30—-Just Plain Bill, Dramatic — NBC Patti Armstrong Bouquet for You—CBS 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) — \BC Dick Tracy in Repeat — ABC-west Tom Mix (Repeated at 6:45) — MBS Buck Rogers in Repeat — MBS-west. 6 :00—News Report for 15 Mins. — NBC Walter Kiernan and News — ABC-east Terry Serial in a Repeat — ABC-west Hop Harrigan in a Repeat — MBS-west 6:15—America Serenade: Sports — NBC Report From Washington, News—CBS 6:30—Red Barber & Sports Time — CBS 6 :45—Lowell Thomas & Newscast—NBC World News with Commentary — CBS Allen Prescott 15 Minutes — ABC-east 7:00—Radio’s Supper Club — NBC-basic Mystery Drama for This Week — CBS News Commentary & Overseas — ABC 7 :15—News & Comment of World—NBC Jack Smith and Series for Song — CBS Raymond Swing and Comment — ABC Dancing for 15 Minutes — MBS-bssic • ■'j'j—uuugs uui w vjmoeri—i\dv. Meredith Wilson & Orchestra—CBS Lone Ranger’s Drama of West—ABC Henry J. Taylor in Comment—MBS 7:45—Kaltenborn Comment — NBC-west Bill Brandt in Sports Comment — MBS 1 8:00—The Paul Lavalle Melody—NBC Fanny Brice as Baby Snooks—CBS Court of Missing Heirs, Drama—ABC 8:15—Monica Lewis Makes Music—MBS 8:30—Alan Young Comedy Show—NBC Adventures of the Thin Man—CBS This is FBI, Dramatic Series—ABC Love Story Theater in Dramas—MBS 8:55—Five Minutes News Period — CBS 9:00—People Are Funny in Stunts—NBC Ginny Simms and Her Variety—ABC Break the Bank, a Quiz Show—ABC Gabriel Heatter and Comment — MBS 9:15—Real Life Drama Series — MBS 9:30—Abe Lyman’s Waltz Time—NBC Moore and Durante in Comedy—CBS The Sheriff’s Detective Drama—ABC Bulldog Drummond Adventures—MBS 9:55—Five Minutes Sports Spot—ABC 0 :00—Mystery Theater Mysteries—NBC It Pays To Be Ignorant “Quiz”—CBS Boxing Bout and Sports Showr—ABC Spotlight on America, Drama — MBS 0:30—Sen. Robert A. Taft Talk—NBC Ann Sothern's Maisie Drama—CBS Meet the Press in Interviews—MBS 1:00—News for 15 Minutes—NBC-basic The Supper Club Repeat — other NBC News, Variety, Dance, 2 hr.—CBS-ABC News Dance Band Show 2 hr. — MBS :15—Variety and News to 1 a.m.—NBC TELEPHONE NO. 2-8860 We Are Now Owned And Managed By RED SMITH dressed and drawn FRYERS, lb.69c I SLICED GRADE A BACON, lb..69c - ■■ KRAFT MAYONNAISE,8oz...27c JIM DANDY SKITS, 5lb.49c TORSCH GREEN & WHITE BUTTER BEANS.28c dry large LIMAS, 21b.59c JUMBO PAPER TOWELS, pkg.31c KARO, Wzlb.jar ..19c PENNANT WHITE SYRUP, 51b.jar.49c CASHMERE BOUQUET SOAP, 2lor. .25c SUPER SUDS, lge.36c CLOROX, gl.19c A Limited Amount OS Black Pepper COLD TYPES FOUND BY RESEARCHERS Most Important Develop ment Since 1931 Reveal ed By School CLEVELAND, Jan. 2. — (U.R) — One of the most important develop ments jn cold research since 1931 was the discovery that there are at least two types of the common cold, according to scientists in the department of preventive medicine at the Western Reserve University School of Medicine here. Claimed to be the biggest dis covery since Dr. A. R. Doohez of Columbia University 15 years ago established that this common ail ment is due to a virus, the two types of cold were discovered originally at Fort Bragg, N C.. during the war by scientists now at Western Reserve. The two types are: One that develops 24 to 48 hours after exposure and starts in the nose. One that begins with a sore throat and develops five to seven days after exposure. The discovery was made with the aid of human “guinea pigs’’ under the direction of Dr. John H. Dingle, Elisabeth Severance Pren tiss professor of preventive medi cine. At the conscientious objectors’ camp in Gatlinburg, Tenn., in the summer of 1943, 12 men volun teered to be “guinea pigs.” Their noses and throats were thoroughly sprayed with collections of virus taken from soldiers who had been hospitalized with colds and atyp ical pneumonia. The following summer 90 more volunteered and were hospitalized in a hotel in Pinehurst, N. C. Dr. Rammelkamp commended the men for their courage, point ing out that although the death rate in atypical pneumonia is low, “there was a definite element of >* Some of the virus collections were through filters too fine to permit the passage of bacteria. Those receiving the boiled viruses went through the tests without becoming ill. Unboiled material that either had or had not been passed through the filter proved virulent. Some of the samples of cold viruses were taken from soldiers who had developed colds that started in the nose, while others were taken from those with sore throats. Colds in the nose developed among the volunteers in 24 to 48 hours; lha rest came down with sore throats in five to seven days. Then volunteers were again inoc ulated to see if an immunity to colds is built up by a previous ill ness. Those with nose-colds devel oped in the 24 to 48 hours became ill again—those re-inoculated with sore throat virus did develop im munity. In tjie next step—cross-innocula tion 6f volunteers—it was found that one form of cold did not build up an immunity for the other. While these tests seemed to es tablish definitely that there are two forms of the common cold, Dr. Rammelkamp said there may be still other forms. Cigar Used to Be Good LUVERINE, Minn. (U.P.)—Work men found several boxes of cigars in the old Central Hotel building when it was razed. After smoking them they agreed they were “'bet ter than many we smoked during the war.” They had been hidden for several years and were believ ed to be part of a burglar's cache. FLAKED FISH HASH FLAKED FISH in RAMEKINS iwiMMITr- i Delicious croquettes, cutlets, hashes, creamed dishes, salads, etc. A unique flavor. Cod and haddock blended. 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