North Carolina Newspapers

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THE AMERICAN LOOK FOR SPRING
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fcidure when it goes
Big Money
es Tricky
CD U Ii A movie
tan make $!i(0,000 or
In a single picture
money, no matter
spent, says Niven
beer
pi-mincer spends on
and autlienlie de
'ans the difference
il picture and a so-eo-l
llieves.
leer nr movie execu
tally made expensive
wasted money," he
't make more than
lovic-iiKiking is such
y expensive opera-
extra, unnecessary
he a disaster.
ruin Hollywood, he
keep on thinking
id is a world where
fortunes away ears
! are tuned to noth-
H.OOO.OOO and execu
plated ignoramuses.
feme cartoonists and
that idea,'' Busch
fie executives are
most level -headed
loss-like administra-
linlrv
Competition
Ice dollar is a tricky
wsincss of getting it
fPeiiiive
'author of "Duel in
Tile Furies." is
Jute a movip from
"tories. "Daybreak
spring. There'll be
let's, he assure": no
trs. eost engineers,
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i-H' Uusch feds like
money." llp t,inteH
Ping to build sets."
uttier producers, is
as handsome a pic
c o" as little money
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CAPE JACKETS . . . These arc top news in all New York collections. One version is
the costume at left a tie silk dress topped by a brief cape-sleeved wool jacket lined
in the print, by Paul Parnes. At rii'ht, is a dress and matchine, hip-length cape in navy
wool, slated for top honors in the Easter parade.
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BOLERO COSTUME . . .
Another top '49 fashion in
navy alpaca. Dress has a
pink, short-sleeved top.
North Carolina Nevs
From The Wires of Associated Fre and Vnited Press
A Big Haul
Revenooers raided 16 stills in
North Carolina last week, confis
cating: Seven cars, three trucks and two
mules.
T. Ed Patton, agent in cbarg"
of Federal Alcohol Tax Unit office
explained mules generally are used
to do the heavy work around stills.
New Fungus Disease
A curious malady which proved
fatal to a rhilH has led tn the dis
covery of a new fungus disease by
uuKe university doctors, it is
called "Pure granulomatous noca
rdiosis." Fighting Reds
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Carolina would be required to take
iion-uommunist oath under a res
olution offered to the university's
board of trustees.
SHIRTWAIST LOOK . . .
The indispensable casual
one-piece dress in pincheck
cd wool, white pique.
Tin- tni-tees voted to turn the
i . flut ion eer t" i's executive
((niinittec for arti'm.
Killed In Scuflle
, si upfte between police and
four Nrcrocs they sought to ar
rc t in-oiinht He;tli to Negro Frank
Mrxander Uiiiii- in Kings Moun
tain Con -t?blr Warren G. Klbson
hred ;it Burns alter the officer
was thrown to the ground in the
fishl. The Negro died instantly.
rober -;id 'he group, sitting
In 3 jrited car, resisted arrest
for pussebsing illegal liquor.
Construction Is Up
Permits for $r..:j7.!).V worth of
eonsh ne t inn we e issued in North
C.'ii olin.i during J.-nuary, I he state
Inhor department has reporled.
The permits covered 1,227 pro
jects in 74 municipalities, the re
port said. Total cost of the con
struction was two million dollars
higher than the total for Decem
ber pnrt "lightly ahovc last Janu
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TIE SILK SUIT . . . New
and rij;ht for springjacket
ar.ci .'ress in navy dotted
surah, fi"in New York.
ary's figure.
Of tl,e tet.il. b:fl permits were
for new hu p'nd apartments to
house (i''ti ''!'"'-
Thicvcs (ict Cash
Thieve drilled the lock off a
filling st.'fon safe near the east
end (,f We-t Asheville bridge and
made awav with $350 in rash and
the sale door. Tliev broke the glass
,,i of the front door to get into
I he building.
Homes Given Orphans
Seven children orphaned by shot--ain
bla t:- laM week, received of
f ri- of homes.
Deputy Coroner Caiv W. Ien
hoiir "-aid C baric-- Teeter iot bis
wife and (ben killed himself
Monkey Business
lo a barrel of monkeys hut five
Inns of I've ones are on a ship ex
pected in Wilmington soon.
Nobody seemed to know exactly
how many monkeys arc in five
Ions.
The freighter Steel Architect,
from India, will unload cargo be
fore proceeding northward. Cargo j
destined for Wilmington docs not
include the monkeys.
But around 1930, citizens recall,
one got off a 'hip in Wilmington
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DRESSMAKER E ! S I M-
BLE . . . Jacket and ch ess in
black and vh:io r!x- l.i d
wool. All-pui '' '"llht
accidentally. The "ay ' '
il, the monk did a Santa I.hi.
Act. He camp' noun a ilmno '
covered with mioI anil diaiipli'l a
dinner paitv in a home.
Killed In Fall
A es-yer-oid ra lali'm "pri
tor was in .laiiHv I ilh ! ".b- n
ii,,nl-il.-a 10 feel over i oi I; v
in A'-hexille.
John M. Wi hbt died of a bri! -en
neck. He landed on hi:, head
on a sidewalk alter the -hurt tall
Teen-Age Jobs Sauce
A continuing detrea r h , n -
Hiucrl el-lttnTlVOt Ot IfP tl a ' '
in the state to about oni -ihnd of j
its 1(4 peak cm S I.alior i
Commissioner 1 oi rr: H Sbufford
reported, it still is Hill ii ''
higher than it v."- !(l var
He said the nui"brr muho!'
under 18 years ol age eeried lor
industrial enip)o anei'l has riii'Pprd
every year suite tint more i
than two and a half limes as many
minors entered industrial .l"1':- last
year as were certified in iy;!). In
added. Corn Movie Ready
The North Carolina AjrienMur.il
Extension service previewed its
first ediictionnl movie. The tolui
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.'ipc of j'rav flannel is a timc-
lilted jacket is "petaled" in
I he :;k n t . Cape is lined in
to match Mouse.
AEL-OCCASION SUIT . . .
Sn 1 1 y tai lored suit in royal
i t I i ' wool with pt'inf sban
tni)'; ascot and linin;;.
i "moi'e corn per acre," will he
id', lor general showing Ihrough-
p " f urn '
fix i
i.nl Hie stale uilliin In 'lays, ac
' ! i -ii -ling to Dr lv H. Collin,., exlen
! .'en .i:.i iiiionusl . Th'' lilin shows
Hie ' vrial .t!-i. required to grow
;iiorl i in n I)i T'ollm... along with
p ! I iii'ii !'' nup'tt ami Dr U. A.
" l.i . int. ilul nio -l of Hie woi k on
II I lie' movie.
'th.' ' ilcb-b.izel dee bursts into
bloom when other tries are shcil
liii4 their loliage and when its
own leaves are yellow anil tailing
LAFF-A-DAV ;
"I understand he picks up somo
nic side rnoppy cu'ting hair.'y
Peace Comes to Bobtown
And Jail Closes Down
HOHTOWN. Pa. i UP The old
tiniei's are saving this southwest
ern .Pennsylvania town is going
soft.
Time was when rough-tough
brawls were a regular Saturday
night f i', dure in Bobtown, then a
sprawling oil boom town. The jail
was the most densely populated
building in town after these set-
Ins.
But the millennium has arrived.
The jail has been closed for lack
of busiue ;. ,iinl converted into a
1 o.l olViec,
"Now we ilon't even have a po
liieni.in in I a night watchman,"
line of tin- veleran residents ob
1 served.
Want Ads Bring Quick Results
EM S FOR
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89c Value 'J7C
Mountain Mist
$1.09
While Cottons
3 LB. PART WOOL BATTS $1 .19
QUILT LINING MATERIALS
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Dark Outing 39" Red Plaid
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(ford?
LL LANGTRY "Our Brand"
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TOBACCO CANVAS
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ritlt'ED TO MEET ALL COMPETITION
GET YOURS AT RAY'S
WEEKEND
55c OIL CLOTH
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AY'S Dept. Store
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More Romance Forecast
Ifl Ballroom Dancing
CHICAGO (UPi When skirts
were short, dancing meant lots of
leg action, but for longer women's
skirts, one expert predicts more
romantic dancing.
Since ballroom dancing has al
ways conformed to skirt length,
contends Donald Sawyer, New
York dance master, the 1949 dance
steps will be slower, smoother, bet
ter for romance.
Sawyer told mid-west members
of the National Danciny Masters
Association lure that the jilterbua
wenl out with the short skirt.
The sliding C'n..tle Walk for long
kirts. and the Charleston for
knee lenglli he.,:.es, go with the
new look. Sawyer said.
' A Cheap Way To Sell Want Ads
YOUB
.'-Lb. Batt
97c Value gc
Manchu
$1,19
for Fancy Quilts
You Will Find
Bay Values
Outstanding
SPECIM,
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