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M3 3 Prices
The Duplin Theatre announces
this week an increase in admission i
' - ' 1 A J I , -i. - - - v. . t
; BIICCUVO Apru 1 M p nwa 01
increased overhead expense!. The
Duplin Theatre endeavors to bring
to you the best In motion picture
entertainment- w ;' ,
Matinee and night admission tor
' children 8 to 12, established price
.13, federal tax .03, total J and
lor adults, establlshel price JS3,
lederal tax .07, total .40. beginning
Drive h Thoire
PINK KILL, N. a :
Where To Whole FajeJly Oees
SHOWS AT 7 F. M.
,' "Always The Best - AO Way
SUNDAY, April 1st
Xaughs Start When Yoa See
The Admiral Was
. ' : ALady . :
Starring Edmond O'Brien
'And Wanda Hendrix. ;
.Also Color Cartoon and New '
'; ; Legislative Summary ;
,' CONTINUED FROM FRONT
. The Judicial Council, the perma
nent agency studying improvement'
of the admtaisttratlon of Justice,
submitted 29 bills to tMs General
Assembly; to date 8 have .passed,
9 have beerf killed, and 7 remain
in committee. Proposals on Judicial
organization, such s those trans
ferring (pursuant to .the recent
constitutional amendment) from
the, governor to the chief justice
the duty, of assigning superion court
Judges, have met general approval;
indeed the Assembly may go far
ther by setting up a 3 court divi
sions end providing mbre regular
Judges for the more populous dis
tricts, a step the Council opposes
until the chief Justice has a chance
to ease dockets through more care
ful assignment. On the other hand,
legislators are much more conser
vative in their approach to pro
cedural changes. They have Dis
approved 2 bills to permit Juries to
take exhibits tend Written instruc
tions into the Jury room, one which
would bar bystanders in ail cases
involving sex crimes, and five
more which would have simplified
civil and criminal procedure. Still
to be approved is the more essential
of 2 measures offered to make sure
that condemned prisoners will not
be executed while an appeal is in
process. Bills left in committee in
clude KB 77, opening, all court
records to public inspection except
those dealing with adoption and
Juvenile court proceedings, KB 82,
MON. - TUES. Apr. 2-S
Be Was Too Lasy To fight
4 : SddleTraiiip
Starring Joel McCrea -;
And Jeanette Nolan.
Lues. Shorts ' t 'V '( : ;1
Wednesday only: -
Johnny One Eye
"With Wayne Mirris
And Pat O'Brien.' ;
Also "Brace Gentry Serial
THURS. FBI. Apr. 5-8 ' f
JL Plctare YoaU lire With ,
Ad:m Had 4 Sons
: Starring Susan Hayward
1 And Warner Baxter.
.Also Color Cartoon
' SATURDAY, only Apr. 7 :
;;L DOUBLE FEATURE
T!usic In Moonlight
With Vera Vagge
And James Ellison.
With Bob Steele.
Get The Motor Park Habit
! Danca ,
BEST IN MUSIC
Thus. Fri. March 29-88 :
. BIRD OF PARADISE
, a Technicolor '
Starring LOUIS JOURDAN ' 7
And DEBRA PAGET. ' v '
Saturday, March 31 - v;- v-';x -.!"-
Double ' Feature VV..;
PRAIRIE ROUND-UP f
With CHARLES STARRETT
And SMILEY BURNETTE. , ',,
STALKED NEW YORK
Owl Showi v ..
Sunday, April 1
HIT PARADE OF 1951
Starring JOHN CARROLL
And MARIE McDONALD.
Mon. & Tues. April 2-1
THE STEEL HELMET
Action story of our fighting G.I.'s.
permitting the governor's appointee
to a Judicial vacancy to, remain in
office Until, the next general elec
tion held over 30 days after vacancjy
occurs, and HB 87, permitting con
demned criminals to assert n al
leged denial of constitutional
rights in the courts. . ? , '
Race Track Betting 'f; . .'
Opponents of pari mutuel betting
at' dog tracks in Carteret and Curri
tuck counties made-it plain at a
public hearing oh1 Tuesday, that
they do not consider race track
gamboling a matter for local legis
lation, A large delegation appear
ing to support bills outlawing parl-
mutuel betting in this , state told
House propositions and grievances
committee that nation-wide syndi
cates control North Carolina tracks
and receive most of the profits.
Paralleling the argument for a
state-wide liuor referendum, race
track opponents contended there
should be a consistent state policy
on gamboling. , Next Tuesday the
same committee wlll bear propon
ents of pari mutuel betting. -Small
Loan and Insarane
Working from information furn
ished the legislature by the Bank
ing Commissioner, Senators Stoney
and Larklns have proposed that a
commission be established to study
the need for accident and health
Insurance . rate regulation with
special emphasis on policies pur
chased In conjunction with small
loans. As an alternative. Senator
Stoney introduced a bill which
would Immediately give the Com
missioner of Insurance authority to
regulate accident and health policy
rates. Bankers and insurance men
attending a hearing on Thursday
were confronted ; with statements
that excessive rates are being
charged on policies sold to secure
loans snd heard the Banking Com
missioner assert a 2-year delay In
dealing with the matter would cost
borrowers IS million. A subcom
mittee has been assigned the task
of recommending a solution.
- Roads and Automobile ;
Another motor vehicle inspection
bill was Introduced In the House
on Friday , just as the Senate re
ceived unfavorable reports on 2
similar proposals. The new bill's
fate seemed predetermined. The
Senate has passed the turnpike
, CIILNQUATIN, N. C
WEEK OF APRIL 1
Sune. A Mon. v
Wednesday, April 4 ,- --yj ' ?
Double Feature -
THE TRUSTED OUTLAW
Starring BOB STEELE. V . .
''. V. A N D vvi,-...
THE TEXAN MEETS
THURSDAY FRIDAY, MARCH 29-30
Vi':;.,..';.' ... '
Starring JAMES STEWART
' And BARBARA HALE.
SATURDAY, MARCH 31st.
With WILD BILL" ELLIOTT.
. SUNDAY - MONDAY. APRIL 1-2
r rrLn JAPvILS CAGNEY, VIRGINIA MAYO ,
-r.l DGHI3 DAY. . ' "
Vi:;OAY WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2
.Uyoming i.Iail t ;
r Erring STEPHEN MC NALLY .
i alexia E?.irm.
S3AY-I "1.v, riL's . 8
':. ' '-r ft.
O) i ' f- - ,
So Young, Sb Bad
Starring PAUL HENRIED J
And CATHERINE McCLEOD.
Carton and News
bul 6i.J lias iii uvtd a -i - III to pro
hibit persons under 15 from oper
ating i'arni macUinery on highways
except where the road is adjacent
to land under Cultivation! Ratifica
tion of KB 671 on Friday gave the
Highway Commission authdrity to
set up roadside parks, v 1 '
A public hearing has been set for
Wednesday morning on a House
subcommittee's., compromise bill
fixing a 80c minimum hourly wage
and a Whttir maximum work
Week for women and tor men under
18. Bills to permit the union shop
in businesses engaged in interstate
commerce and to make the state's
workmen's.' compensation, law in
applicable to workers in such busi
nesses ; have both met committee
disapproval. ;. $ aV -4 'v
i Matters of Interest to Local Of
ficials i4s'KyM-S; f:i-&ti.U:i A'-i '",Y
The House ' still holds HB 889
celling for the election of 6 com
missioners for 4-year staggered
terms in counties not having local
acts. This week H received HB
787 which rewrites an obsolete
statute to require one regular com
missioners x meeting monthly.
, Conveying Foreclosed Property
to Former Owner: KB 407, ratified
this week, gives a county the right
to re-sell property 'it hss acquired
through tax foreclosure to its form
er owner at private sale for an
amount equal to the county's inter
est in the land. It' also validates
such re-sales heretofore made by
Sural Fire Protection Districts:
Efforts by rural communities to ob
tain more effective fire protection
will be made easier by HB 389,
passed Friday. It permits creation
of special tax districts in which the
county could either establish a fire
department, contract with an exist
ing fire department for protection,
or extend the services of a county
fire depsrtment , '" ;
Parking Violations: Cities faced
with the problem of proving park
ing violations will greet House com
mittee approval of SB 2S7 to make
proof of registration of cars ille
gally parked prima facie evidence
that the owner parked the car.
Good Hews, Maybe
High School Seniors
Maxton, N. C. Good news for
high school seniors who wish to at
tend college and for many students
enrolled In college is generally pre
dicted in Washington. "There Is
every reason to believe that with
in the next ten days, the Hershey
deferment plan for students now in
college will be announced as in
effect. It does pot require congres
slonal action." These are the words
of Myron F. Wicke of the National
' By Robert Schmidt ' ' 1,
The strawberry is a small fruit
crop which fits nicely In the vege
table garden. Varieties recommen
ded for Eastern North Carolina
are generally Blokemore, Massey
and Missionary,' except in Colum
bus County, where t Klonmore' is
popular. In the Piedmont, Massey,
Midland and Fairfax are best and
in the mountains, Massey, Midland
or , Tennessee Beauty should : be
grown. It Is usually desirable to
plant two varieties so that Jkt one
variety fails because of weather
conditions, the other might still
produce a crop. Everbearing var
ieties are recommended only for
the mountain area. ."'wvj'Wi-f
If the matted row system of cul
ture is desired-that Is. if all the
runner plants are allowed to root
forming a solid bed of plants set
the plants 18 to 24 inches apart in
rows 3 feet apart' Limit the width
of the bed to 13 inches. If the hill
system of culture is used that is,
if all the runners are removed as
soon as formed plants are set 12
inches apart The pairs of rows
should be at least 2 feet apart
Weed control is much essier if you
use the hill system. f t
Give a light application -of any
good garden fertilizer before plan
ting or use stable manure. In late
August drill a -8 - 6 fertilizer
into the soil along each side of the
row or bed at the rate of one gal
lon per 100 feet of row. About
January 1 , make a similar appli
cation over the tops of the plants,
except in the mountain area. Apply
when the leaves are dry and bro
th any fertilizer off the leaves. '
' From N. C. Farm Report
' If North Carolina farmers carry
jout their intentions to plant, ss re
! ported around March 1, the total
I acreage of spring planted crops, ex
j eluding cotton, will be about
greater than was planted during
1950. Estimates of the acreage seed
ed toVotton will not be available
: until July 9. 4
1 . According to reports from grow
ers. North Carolina will have lar
ger acreages of sorghums, tobacco, !
soybeans and hay crops. Off-setting
wese increases win oe imuwr
acreages of corn, oats, potatoes,
sweet potatoes, cowpeas and pea
nuts. " ;
The expressed InUntlons of far
mers to plant tobacco indicated
about a 12 Increase in total flue
cured acreage in the state. This
compares with an increase in allot
ment of approximately 14. Wea
ther conditions, plant supplies and
a decreasing labor supply are fac
tors which will have definite bear
1 ings on the actual acreage planted.
Tues. A Wed.
Angels In Disguise
With THE BOWERY BOYS. . :
Short and Cartoon
Thurs. & Fri
The Great Lover
Starring BOB HOPE
And RHONDA FLEMING.
Short and Cartoon '
With SMILEY BURNETTE :
And CHARLES STARRETT.
Short, Serial and. Cartoon . . ;
, MOUNT OLTVE
FINEST THEATRE '
WEEK OF APRIL 1st
Sunday & Monday:
Starring JEAN NELSON ,
And DORIS DAY.
Tuesday and Wednesday:
STARS IN MY CROWN
Starring JOEL McCREA
And ELLEN DREW,
Starring GLENN FORD. "
Friday and Saturday: V v
MARGIE MAIN And V
HARRY KILBRIDE In '
V MA AND PA KETTLE
BACK ON THE FARM
Council of Churches of Christ in a
special delivery letter to Presby
terian Junior College received to
day. .The plan referred to defers
the large majority of men pow in
college. It is predicted almost no
18-year-olds will be called by Sep
tember and the final legislation
will permit a student who is called
while enrolled in college to com
plete the year. This should mean
that most high school graduates
may count on at least one year o;
college. At least half of them would
be allowed to attend the sophomore
year) Tuition rates are frozen by
Presbyterian Junior College ad
vises high school graduates to be
gin college work in summer school
on June 11, 1951.
Metba Sumner, clerk in the Pub
lic Health Department here, mar
ried Mervin Sumner last Friday.
Mrs. Sumner is from Beulaville.
LOSES TWO FINGERS
! Tommy Hill, son Of Mr. and Mrs.
Coy. Hill, got two fingers cut off
in a planeing machine at the B. ,
Grady School last Friday. "
WE HAVE IT -YOU
WILL NEED IT
MR. FARMER ' - -
Livestock Pays plf
...,.' AT THE .
J. J. BARDEH STOCKYARD
AUCTION SALE EVERY TUESDAY
OWNING A CHEVROLET WILL PAY OF?
D7 IT'S PROPERLY SERVICED AND TAKEN
Is Manned By Expert Mechanics Who Use
Only The Best In Equipment
BEAR MACHINE and SUN MOTOR TESTER
MODERN PAINT & BODY SHOP
Equipped To Take Care Of Any Job
Warsaw Motor Co.
Over A Quarter Century Of Service
WARSAW, N. C.
f : " BEULAVILLE, N. C.
.'. Movies Are Better Than Ever
1 "Why Worry? See A Movie"
Sunday and Monday, April 1-2
' Walt Disney's
With BOBBY DRISCOLL.
mesoay and Wednesday:
Starring GARY COOPER
And LAUREN BACALL.
WE ARE PROUD TO HAVE THE J. J. BARDEN STOCKYARD
IN WARSAW FORTHE FARMERS OF THE AREA. BRING YOUR
STOCK TO WARSAW.
WE ARE HERE TO SERVE YOUR DRUG NEEDS
Warsaw Drug Store
LUM & ABNER in
GOING TO TOWN
. EASY LIVING
With VICTOR MATURE.
With TIM HOLT.
SUN. - MON. Apr. 1-8
SATURDAY. Apr. 9
Outlaws Of Texas
With Doris Day , yith Whip WUson.
And Gene Nelson. "
Cartoon :' '.'s' 'i: :.-?ZfP;:l
vZfi Fa,l,er's viW fc,n!!
With Burt Lancaster "
With Raymond Walburn.
THURS. FRI. Apr. 8-6 '
. Tf"" (ri',"T ) Effcottve" April 1, Matinee and
UJll,JjJ Mcht, Admission wUI be as follows:
Children 6 to 12, established prl
.13, I ctloral Tax .03, Total .16
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, , DURABILITY
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EASE OF ERECTION
. ' :, .1 : .'. , :s. : . "
"Built To A Standard.
Not To A Price" :
KINSTON, N. '
. ' Phom: 3112 . . '
J. J BARDEN STOCKYARD
. Mr. Farmer place your profits in a safe place for easy efficient
management of your finances. We offer our banking services to you.
o fee Gc ,
I AISON "
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