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Musical Clock ^'ssTvorth Carolina Highlights News with Martin Agronsky ’ r -iisr-News Commentator J'L-Musical Clock ! :£InbC Musical Reveille T«_-UP News Breakfast Club with Den Mc ''“b’cil L.» True Story W _Betty Crocker’s Magazine of the J is-Tie listening Post JijL-Breskfast In Hollywood — Tom * Dreneman ■nm-C.olen Drake |SI-7«3 Malone SSu-Noni Day Musical lijprom Tom Tunes_ 1:00—Baukhage Talking 1:15—Musical Interlude 1:25—WMFD Concert of the A 1:55—Star-News Commentator 2:00—Walter Kiernan—News 2:15—Ethel and Albert • 2:30—Bride and Groom 3:00—Ladies bt Seated 3:30—Paul Whiteman Club 4:15—Here’s to Veterans 4:30—Eddie Duchin 4:45—Dick Tracy » 5:00—Let’s Dance—UP I^ews 5:15—Terry and the Pirates 5:30—Lone Ranger 6:00—Organ Serenade 6:15—Star News Commentator 6:20—Sports 6:25—North Carolina Highlights 6:30—Charlie Spivak Orchestra 6:45—To Be Announced 7:00—Headline Edition 7:15—Elmer Davis 7:30—Bands of the Land 8:00—The Fat Man 8:30—This is Your FBI 9:00—Break the Bank 9:30—The Sheriff 9:55—Champion Roll Call 10:00—Gillette Fight 10:30—Sports Page 11:00—News of Tomorrow 11:15—Joe Hassel 11:30—Click Restaurant Orchestra OVER THE NETWORKS NETWORK PROGRAMS Tim* la eastern standard. For eentral standard subtract one hour, for moun tain standard subtract two hours. Some local stations chance hour of relay to fit local schedules. Last minute pro cram chances cannot be Included. (For East. Daylight add one hour) —TODAY— 5:00—News Report, 15 Mini_nbe Erie Sevareid and News—ebs Network Silent (1 hr.)—mbs-east Kiddles Hour (repeated hour later)— mbs-west 5:15—Sports: Aemrica Serenade—nbe United Nations Report—ebs 5:30—Red Barber and Sports—obi 5:45—Lowell Thomas Newscast—nbo World News & Commentary—ebs 6:00—Radio Supper Club—nbc-baslo G U B H Jewelers Wilmlarton’e Fine Jeweler 264 N. Froat 8t. Dial J-15U yl ” I J ■ CORNER 9TH AND CHESTNUT STREET ROUND poniK " BOAST “• CUT UF AND READY TO COOK FRYERS _“ CREAMO OLEO Lb. TRU LI PURE BETTER'>77. PURE I Altn m-. 45 CAN MILK t arnation 3 cans OUR FAVORITE AgsgileSauce M^,2_ SUGAR ± 49« SMALL POCAHONTAS II a /i It 0IIS Vo- 2can 4CARON1 SKINNERS 1 _ggAGHETTI Pk9‘ MGREELL’S jffiAClK 12 o/. can 3 2% CAN Apricots LIVESTOCK LAW MAY BE TESTED Act Prohibits Importation Of Cattle For Slaughter Purposes CHARLOTTE, Aug. 28. —CSV North Carolina’s livestock law, which restricts the Importation of slaughter cattle into the state, was slated for a court test today fol lowing the conviction of a South Carolina man in county record er’s court. Asa Dowe Lovelace of Clover, S. C., was found guilty of a violation of the livestock act on charges that he brought cattle from South Caro lina directly to an auction company in Mecklenburg county. Attorneys for the state and Love lace agreed that the guilt at de fendants in cases of this type de pended upon the “interpretation of the law” and set the stage for an appeal in Superior Court here September 13. Lovelace took the position that his cattle were brought here for slaughter purposes and that the state act, requiring tests for bangs and other diseases, had not been violated. The state, however, maintained the law stipulates that cattle may be imported from an adjacent state without health tests only wnen they are consigned to & recognized slaughtering house. POLIO MAY HAVE BY-PASSED COUNTY, SAYS DR. ELLIOT Polio this year may have by passed New Hanover county. At least today that is the hope of Dr. A. H. Elliot, city-county health di rector. He reported that only two cases have come to the attention of his office in the last few weeks, gene rally considered the peak season for the disease. One was a case brought here from Columbus county. The other was a mild local case of a white child. However, Dr. Elliot pointed out that tough cooler weather is approaching, the danger still is not over and precauations should be taken with the opening of school. Dr. Elliot’s statement followed rumors that a large number of cases had been reported through out the county. The cigarette first became pop ular when soldiers in the Crimean War began to use them. Mystery of Week—cbs Fulton Lewis, Jr. (repeat hour later) —mbs 6:15—News and Comment—nbc Jack Smith Show—cbs Dance Music—mbs-baslc 6:30—The House Party—nbo Bob Crosby Show—cbs Henry J Taylor (repeat 10)—mbs 6:45—Cassidy Comment -nbc Bob Trout and News—cbs Sports (Repeat 30 M. later)—mbs 7:00—Paul Lavalle Melody—nbo Gordon MacRap Songs—cbs Burl Ives Recorded (r’pt 9:30)—mb* 7:15—The Holly House—mbs-baslo 7:30—Time, Place, Tune—nbc The Thin Man Drama—cbs Leave It To Girls, Guest—mbs 7:55—Five Minutes News—cbs 8:00—The Third Horseman—nbe Arthur's Place, Variety—cbs • Gabriel Heatter Comment—mbs 8:15—Real Life Drama—mbs 8:30-*Abe Lyman Waits Time—nbc To Be Announced—cbs Bulldog Drummond Drama—mbs 9:00—The Mystery Theater—nbc It Pays to Be Ignorant—cbs Meet the Press Interviews—mbs 9:30—Bill Stem Spoils Spot—nbo Eileen Farrell Concert—cbs Date Night Show—mbs-basic 9:45—Weekly Talks by Guests—nbe 10:00—News Sc Variety 3 hrs.—nbc News, Variety, Dance 3 hrs.—cbs News, Dance Band 2 hrs.—mbs ABC PROGRAMS — Times fit tithe! Eastern Daylight or Eastern Standard. 6:00—Network Silent—1 hour east Kiddies Serial Hr.—west repeat 7:00—News and Commentary 7:15—Daily Commentary 7:30—The Lone Ranger Drama 8:00—Fat Man, Detective Drama 8:30—This is F.B.I., Drama 9:00—Break the Bank Quiz 9:30—Sheriff's Detective Drama 9:55—Five Minutes Sports 10:00—Boxing Bouts, Sports Show 11:00—News Sc Dance Band Hour 12:00—Dance Band Hour—west only PERSONAL DAMAGE SUIT FILED IN SUPERIOR COURT Lee M. Byrd and the Southern Dixie Life Insurance company to ‘day had been named defendants in a $25,000 personal damage suit instituted in New Hanover Superi or court by D. T. Ward, in behalf of his four-year-cld son, Larry. The complaint alleged that Byrd was the operator of an automobile that struck the boy last January 16 as the youngster crossed high way 20 near Airlie Gardens as he was returning home with his fath er after a fishing trip. The boy spent 44 days In the hospital, suffered permanent in jury to his left leg and the loss of his memory, the plantiff added. TWO FORT BRAGG MEN GET TWO YEAR ROAD SENTENCES FAYETTEVILLE, Aug. 28. —(If) —Criminal assault charges against Byron L. Bishop and Manuel Cas tro, and attempted criminal as sault charges against Anthony Konger, Fort Bragg soldiers, were withdrawn early this afternoon In Cumberland Superior Court by So licitor Ertle Carlyle and the de fendants were permitted to plead guilty to assault on a female. Judge Chester 'Morris sentenc ed each to two years on the roads. They had been charged with the abduction and ravishment of Mrs. Edwina Scroggs of Baltimore, Md., and Bishop and Castro were on trial for their lives. WRIGHTSVILLE SOON MAY BE IN NEWSREELS Wrightsville Beach eoon will be shown in newsreels throughout the nation. That was disclosed last night with the announcement that a Fox Movietone newsreel man will be here Sunday to take films of the hairdressing contest to be staged in connection with the three-day state convention of hairdressers opening Sunday at the beach. M. D. Cooke will film the hair dressers as they dress hair of liv ing modele on the sand at the beach Sunday afternoon. Emile Treco of New York City, judged one of the seven best hairdressers in the world in a recent contest, will be one of the judges. Sarlnt Cecilia, patroness of music, is said to have suffered martyd- I dom ip 230 A. D. Her parents be longed to a noble Roman family and betrothed their daughter to a heathen youth named Valerian. Cecilia hafcl become a Christian and her fiance was converted and suf fered martyrdom. 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