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W M F D 1400 On Your Dial S-30—Daybreak in the Barnyard 7?15_Top of the Morning 7:30— Zeke Manners 7-45- -Musical Clock _North Carolina Highlights • "no_News with Martin Agronsity S 1.1 - Star-News Commentator 8:20—Musical Clock p ■00—Breakfast Club with Don McNeil ^■S-Betty^Crocke? Magazine of the Air 10- 45— The Listening Post 11:(I0—Breakfast in Hollywood Tom Breneman 11- 30—The Hollywood Story 11:45—Ted Malone ■<2 :oo—Gulfspray—Gordon MacRae 12:15—Noon Day Musical 12:30— Noon Day Musical 1:00—Baukhage Talking 1-15_Musical Interlude 1:25— Star-News Commentator 1- 30—WMFD Concert of the Air 2- 00_Walter Kiernan News 2:15— Ethel and Albert 2;30—Bride and Groom 3 CO—Ladies Be Seated 3- 30—The Highest Tradition (Navy) 3:45—Wee Wags 4:00—Skip Farrell 4- 15—Hollywood Studio Tour 4-30—Fred Robbins,* Columbia Record bnop 5:00— Terry rnd the Pirates 5:15—Sky King 5:30—Boogie Woogie Symphonette 5 :45- Flit Frolics «;C0—Organ Serenade 8:15—Star-News Commentator 8-20—Sports 6:25- North Carolina Highlights 6:30—So Proudly We Hail 6:45—Camera Club 7:C0—Headline Editions 7:15—Singing Sam 7:30—Bands of the Land 8:30—Town Meeting of the Air 0:30—To Be Announced 10:00—To Be Announced If):"0—Fantasy in Melody 10:45—Earl Godwin News 11:00—News of Tomorrow 11:15—Joe Kassel 11 -30—Gems for Thought 11:35—Hotel Biltmore Orchestra WGN1 1340 On Your Dial —TODAY— 6:30—News Summry 6:33—Sunup Hoedown 7:00—Post News 7 :03—Eye Opener 8:00—Today in Our Town 8:05— Fun at Breakfast 8:10—Eye Opener 9:00—Organ Music 0 ;15—Morning Devotional 9:30— Say It With Music 10:00—Eleanor Watts 10:1?—Tell Your Neighbor 10:30—Hearts Desire 11:00—Kate Smith Speaks 11:15—Showcase 11:30—U. S. Navy Band 12:00—Cedric Foster 12:15—Bobby Norris and the Singing Strings 12:30—Merv Griffin Show 12:45—Checkerboard Jamboree 1:00—Queen For a Day 1:30—Martin Block Show 2:30—Hollywood Melodies 2:43—Jackie Hill Show 3:00—Erskine Johnson 3:15—The Johnson Family 3:30—Two Ton Baker 3:45—Quaker City Serenade 4:00—Fecorri Review S;15—The World Predicts 5:20—Under the Capitol Dome 5:25—News 5:30—Rhythm Ranch 5:45—Tom Mix 8:00— Fulton Lewis CURB Jewelers Wilmington's Fine Jeweler 2ftl N. Front St. Ulal 2-1511 6:15—Musical Variety 6 :30—Arthur Hale 6:45—Inside of Sports 7 :00—Lawyer Q 7:30—Count of Monte Cristo 8:00—Song of Surplus 8:15—Music in Three Quarters Time 8:30—Local Sports Roundup 8:35—News 8:45—A Date with Melody 9 00—The Family Theater 9:30—Program For National Security 10:00—All the News and Washington News Roundup 10:15—Ray Eberle’s Orchestra 10 :30—Les Brown's Orchestra 10:55—News 11:00— Midnight Matinee 11:35—Tomorrow’s News Tonight WENC 1240 On Your Dial —TODAY— 6:00—Farm Hour 6:15—Old Chisholm Trail 6:30—Happy Sam Fowler 7:00—World News 7:05—Top of the Morning - 7:15*— Happy Sam Fowlet* 7:30—Top of the Morning 8:00—Carolina News 8:05—Morning Devotions 8 *20—Flashes of Life 8:30—Shady Valley Folks (Ml 8:55—News Pictures 9:00—World News 9:05—Meet The Band 9:15—Faith in Our Time (M) 9:30—Say ii with Music (Ml 10:00—Cecil Brown (Ml 10:15—Tell Your Neighbor (Ml 10:30—Hearts Desire (Ml 11:00—Just Relax 11:15—Checkerboard Jamboree (Ml 11:30—Tin Pan Alley 11:45—This Rhy.thmic Age 12:00—World News 12:05— Carolina News 12:10—Luncheon Dance Music 12:30— South American Wav 12:45—Sage Brush Serenade 1:00—Queen For A Day (Ml 1 ;20—Gordon McRae 1:45—Martin Block (Ml 2:30—Chapel of the Air 2:45—Jackie Hill (Ml 3:00—Sparkie Davis Plays 3:15—Johnson Family. (Mi 3:30—Two Ton Baker (Ml 3 :45—Music From The Islands 1 5:00—Hop Harrigan (Ml 5:15—Superman (M) 5:30—Captain Midnight (Ml 5:45—Tom Mix (Ml 6:00—Fulton Lewis (Ml 6:15—Ball Scores 6:20—Sports of all Sorts 6:30—Diner Music : 7 :00—Holiness Church I 7:30—Count of Monte Cristo (Ml I 8:00—Gabriel Heatter (Ml ! 8:15—Crsaloma Time (Ml 8:30—Treasure Hour of Song (M) 9:03—Family Theatre (Ml 9:30—1 Was a Convict (Ml 10:00—Hoppe and the News 10:15—Even* Tide Echoes 10:"0—Dance Orchestra (Ml 10:55—Mutusl Reports News (Ml 11:0O—Sign Off W JNC : Jacksonville. N. C. —TODAY— 6:30—Yawn Patrol 7:C0—News Roundup—TN 7 :05—Musical Clock 7:45—News Roundup—TN • 8:00—Fairy Tales—TN 8:10—According to the Record 8:15—Musical Clock 8:45—Sally Ann Time 8:55—UP Commentary 9:00—Cecil Brown—MBS j 9:15—1240 Club j 10:00—UP News 10:05—Spotlight on Rhythm j 10:15—Tell Your Neighbor—MBS 10:30—Parade of Bands 10:45—In The Woman's World 11:00—Kate Smith Speaks—MBS 11:15—Checkerboard J amboree—MBS 11:30—Flit Frolics—TN 11:45—Summertime Serenade 12:00—Cedric Foster—MBS 12:15—Bobby Norris—His Singing Strings 12:30—Melody Lane 12:45—Nation In The News 12:50—Billy Arthur Onslow County News 12:55—Dick and Jeannie 1:00—Queen For A Day 1:30—Martin Block Show—MBS 2:00—Your World of Music NOTICE Trucks, Drays and Public Vehicles New license plates due June 1st, 1947, for all trucks, drays and public vehicles. Cost $1.00 per truck per year. C. R. Morse, Tax Collector Menu Idea With the Fine Flavor of Blue Plate Mayonnaise Vacation Snack Blue Plate Mayonnaise adds the tempting flavor that ch.ldren love Ground roast or ham, 1 cup ^ Mayonnaise, 4 tblsps. either white or wholewheat bread, wia* ZZ' or Blue Plate Mayonnaise gives that e wonderful taste. Made by the Wesson Oil people as you’d make it at home —with fine salad oil Blue Plate Mayonnaise BLUE PLATE MEANS FNE FLAVOR 4 The Neighbors I --I-.*?'* * \ By George Clark 1 /5k * Capyiight 1947. by N«w* Syndic*t« C* I«A ! “When that song was first popular, 20 years ago, your father thought it was silly.” 1 __.____ 2:15—Martin Block Show—MBS 2:30—Match Wits with W.TNC 2 :45—The Jackie Hill Show—MBS— WJNC 3:00—Erskin Johnson—MBS 3:15—The Johnson Family—MBS 3:30—Grapevine Party Line 4:30—Leatherneck Jamboree 5:00—Lew White at the Organ 5:15—Superman—mbs 5:30—Captain Midnight—mbs 5:45—Tom Mix—mbs 3:30—Grapevine Party Line 6:15—War Assets Administration 6:30—V.F.W. Program 6:45—Sizing Up Sports 7:00—News While It is News 7 :15—Teletune Frolics 7 :30—Twilight Serenade 8:00—Gabriel Heatter—mbs 8.15—Veteran’s Administration 8:50—Treasure Hour ol Songs 9:00—The Family Theater—mbs 9:30—A Program for National Security —mbs 10:00—All The News—mbs 10:15—Victor Lombardo's Orchestra—mbs 10:30—George Sterney’s Orch.—mbs 10:55—Mutual Reports the News—mbs 11:00—Hal Kanners’ Orch.—mbs 11:15—Sign Off OVER THE NETWORKS NETWORK PROGRAMS Time is eastern standard. For central standard subtract one hour, for moun tain standard subtract two hours. Some local stations change hour of relay to fit local schedules. Last minute pro gram changes cannot be included. (For East. Daylight add one hour) THURSDAY, JUNE 26 Evening 5:00News Report, 15 Min.—nbc Eric Sevareid and News—cbs Network Silent (1 hr.)—mbs-east Kiddles Serial Hour (repeated hour later)—mbs-west 5:15—America Serenade; Sports—nbc In My Opinion Talks—cbs 5:30—Red Barber and Sports—cbs 5:45—Lowel Thomas Newscast—nbc World News & Commentary—cbs 6:00—Radio Supper Club—nbc-basic Mystery Drama of Week—cbs Fulton Lewis, Jr. (repeat hour later) —mbs 6:15—News and Comment—nbc Jack Smith Song Series—cbs Mr. Keene’s Drama—cbs-basic Arthur Hale Comment—mbs-basic Dance Music—mbs-basic 6:30—Grand Marquee Drama—nbc 6:45—R. Harkness Comment—nbc-west Sports (Repeat 30 m. later)—mbs 7 :00—Aldrich Family, Drama—nbc Suspense Mystery Drama—cbs Let’s Go to Movies—mbs-basic 7 :30—Frances Langford, Others—nbc FBI in Peace and War—cbs Count of Monte Cristo—mbs 7:55—Five Minutes News—cbs 8:00—Music Hal1, and Eddie Foy—nbc Lawyer Tucker, Sketch—cbs Gabriel Heatter Comment—mbs 8:15—Real Life Drama—mbs 8 :30—Jack Haley Variety—nbc-basic Crime Photographer, Drama—cbs The Antonini Concert—mbs 9:00—Abbott and Costello—nbc Family Theater, Drama—mbs 9:30—Dave Rose Music Time—nbc Man Called X, Drama—cbs To Be Announced—mbs 10:00—News & Variety 3 hrs—nbc News, Variety, Dance 3 hrs.—cbs News, Dance Band, 2 hrs.—mbs ABC PROGRAMS — Times fit cither Eastern Daylight or Eastern Standard. 6:00—Network Silent—1 hour east Kiddies Serial Hour—west repeat 7:00—News and Commentary 7:15—Elmer Davis Commentary 7:30—Chalenge of the Yukon 8:00— Lum and Abner Comedy 8:15—News Views 15 Minutes 8:30—America’s Town Meeting 9:30—To Be Anounced 10:00—To Be Announced 10:30—Fantasy Melody Concert 10:45—Earl Godwin Comment 11:00—News & Dance Band Hour 12:00—Dance Band Hr.—west only SMITHFIELD BANKER’S TRIAL POSTPONED UNTIL AUGUST COURT SMITHFIELD, June 25. — (#)— Trail of Nathaniel Gay, charged with alleged embesslement of $14, 000 last fall from a local bank, ha* been postponed from this week’s term to the August term Johnston county Superior Court, C. L. Den ning, county sheriff, said tonight. Gay, a former teller in the First Citizens Bank and Trust company of Smithfield, has waived an ex tradition hearing in Augusta, Ga., where he recently was a patient in Lenwood hospital, sheriff Denning said. Two deputies this week will be sent to Augusta, and return Gay here, the sheriff said. Denning said that he had been informed that Gay was arrested today in Augusta on an embezzle ment warrant from Johnston coun ty. Drug Store Operator Released On Technical Charge Of Vagrancy Lonnie Horne, 33, Audubon man. apparently died from causes on June 8 that would not prtain to any act of violence. That was revealed yesterday in Recorder’s court of a technical charge of vagrancy against James Hanson, 41, drugstore operator. Although no official report on the matter had been received yester day from the FBI at Washington where an analysis of the stomach of Horne is being made, chemist had not been able to find any poi son in the man’s stomach. H. E. Fales, chief of the city: county identification bureau, re turned from Washington early this week with that report. DE NICOLA RESIGNS ROME, June 25.—(/P)—Provision al President Enrico De Niccla sent his resignation to Ihc constituent as -err,My today. SENCBA TO LAUNCH ,:i5,000 CAROLINA BEACH CAMPAIGN The Southeastern North Caro lina Beach association will launch a $5,000 Carolina Beach member ship campaign at a meeting slat ed for 8 p. m. Monday, July 7, in the resort’s auditorium, SEN CBA officials announced last night. The meeting will be under the auspices of the town government, the Carolina Beach Chamber of Commerce and SENCBA. The as sociation will be represented by John J. Hudiburg, secretary, Hugh Morton, membership campaign chairman, and Glen Tucker and Sam Frisbee, SENCBA directors from Carolina Beach. The association’s purpose, to foster the development of this region’s beaches through national advertising and a $15,000 fall fish ing rodeo, will be outlined in de tial at the session. Meanwhile, the officials reported that the membership drive in Wil mington is nearing a successful conclusion. PRINCE GRANTED CONTINUANCE BY COLUMBUS COURTS Special To The Star WHITEVILLE, June 25 — A continuance was granted in the Columbus county superior court today in the case of Carl Prince, Tbaor City white man, who is charged with the murder of Luther Thomas, 44-year-old Negro, and leaving h.s body in the woods. The body of the Negro was found 73 days after the alleged murder. Prince allegedly confessed to.shoot ing the Negro and lead officers to the spot where the nude body of Thomas still lay in a partial state of decomposition. ATHLETES FOOT GERM HOW TO KILL IT. IN ONE HOUR, IF NOT PLEASED, your 35c back. Ask any druggist for this STRONG fungicide, TE-OL. Made with 90 per cent alcohol, it PENETRATES. Reach es and kills MORE germs faster. Today at L. S. Saunders. CITY MAY SEND GIRL REPRESENTATIVE TO WILSON EXPOSITION Wilmington’s city council is go ing to do what it can toward send ini a girl representing Wilming ton to the North Carolina Tobac co Eyposition and Festival at Wilson. _ Yesterday the council, after some merriment in which a second to the motion was a longtimein coming, voted to contribute $50 to the cause. The Junior Chamber of Com merce will handle the arrange ments. The convention is schedul ed August 14 and 15. Councilman Ronald Lane yesterday finally made the second to Councilman J. E. L. Wade’s motion. COUNCIL ORDERS JUNK YARDS TO CITY’S EDGE Automobile junk dealers no long er can operate in the retail com mercial district. The city council adopted an amendment to the zoning ordin ance yesterday that oltlaws such yards. City Manager J. R. Benson explained that the purpose of the ammendment was to halt second hand automobile lots from be coming junk yards. Junk yards hereafter must be established in the outskirts of the city. Chadbourn Civitan Officers Installed Special To The Star CHADBOURN, June 25 — The Chadbourn Civitan club installed their new officers for the 1947-48 season Thursday night at the High School cafeteria. John A Courtney, lieutenant gov ernor of this district and a mem ber of the Whiteville Civitan club served as the installing officer Herman J. Carr was installed as president, Hugh Nance af vice president, and G. T. Bullard as secretary and treasurer. Several hundred members, their wives, and guests, are expected to attend the Chadbourn Club’s Ladies’ Night to be held Wedns day night at 8 o'clock at Harry’s Anchorage, Lake Waccmaaw. HELMS APPOINTED CITY MANAGER BY NEW BERN ALDERMEN Special to the Star New Bern, June 2s-—Claude H. Helms, 48 year-old native of Union county, has been appointed as the first city manager for New Bern, it was announced this afternoon. Helms, a former city manager at Tryon and for the past three years city manager at Morganton j will assume his new duties on July | 1. According to mayor elect Er- i nest H. Wood, Helms will be paid an annual salary of $7,000. Helms was chosen unamiously by the local board of Aldermen from a field of 15 applicants, six of whom came here for personal interviews. Dial 2-3311 For Newspaper Service —FOR— CORRECT TIME Call 2-3575 —FOR— Correct Jewelry VISIT fM W r 109M.r«0N*TIT«l!r?<' Wilmington’s Largest Credit Jewelers Thrilling! Speciacnlar! AIR STUNT SHOW Sunday, July 6 4:30 To 6:30 P. N. Wilmington Air Park Sponsored By James A. Manley Post Veterans Of Foreign Wars Admission .... Adults $1.00—Children 50c IN BOTTLES AND AT FOUNTAINS ft * Pepsi-Cola Company, Long Island City. If. Y. Franchised Bottler—Pepsl-Cola Bottling Co., of Wilmington, Inc. TO AOTO OWNERS: On July 1st, North Carolina’s new Financial Re sponsibility Law goes into effect! This law provides that a motorist who is involv-. ed in an accident may be deprived of his right to drive —unless he can show financial ability to pay possible damages up to $11,000. It’s a mighty strict law and will cause hardship unless you have Liability Insur ance. Protect your right to drive by securing a Policy now with Phone 9692 12 Princess JUNE END SPECIALS ' 25 Lovely Summer DRESSES Values to 7.95 Cool prints in washable French crepes, cottons, spuns and novelty fabrics. Smart styling and careful details make these lovely dresses extremely desirable at this very low price. Don’t miss this opportunity to get a real bargain. Sizes regular and half sizes. Extra Special BEACH ) COATS 4*95 Were 7.95 Extra smart too in soft pastel jerry cloth, blazer stripes. Rayon flannel and rayon prints. Sizes 10 to 20. Take Your n Time! Come Early 51 Gauge NYLON OSE 1.00 Pair Beautiful summer shades. Extra sheer. Sizes 8% to 10%. Slightly imperfect. GET A BARGAIN! V CHILDREN’S % p L A Y - ALLS Large variety ot prints, stripes and solids in overalls, play pajamas and i sun styles in seer ! sucker, gaberdine | and poplins. Sizes 2 to 8. Regular price 1.00 to 1.29. 150 Pairs Women’s WHITE SUMMER SHOES 3-49 Were 4.95 . . . Straps ... Dressy Ties . . . Pumps. Medium heels, low heels, new styles. Fresh this season- All sizes. All leather uppers and soles. “C” width only. Other EXTRA SPECIALS Wash Dresses 2"“ “Fruit of the Loom” quality in shirtwaist princess coat style and pinafores. Ric rac ruffles and self trims. Sizes 12 to 44. PINAFORES J.88 Square neck styles. Cut low for hot summer days. In seersucker, piques and cot ton basket weave. Sizes 12 to 18. Terry Wash Cloths 8< Red or blue plaid on white Sizes 11” * 11”. Folding Clothes Driers 1-19 Opens to 8 bar rack. Folds compactly. ALARM CLOCKS |.7S SPRING WIND LIMITED LOT HURRY! SHOE SPECIALS Men’s SANDALS 2 111 Were 3.29 Brown and tan leather up pers, leather sole* rubber heels. Sizes 7 to 12. Boys1 SANDALS |.9» Were 2.48 j Brown strap uppers, riveted tc heavy molded rubber soles. Even sizes 3-4-5 only. infants* SOCKS 15* Turn-down cuffs. In summei pastels. Mercerized cotton Sizes 4 to 6Vs.