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Legislative Summary - i Th,; new Appropristion biu
'. spends $42,028,018 more than the
CONTINUED FROMFRONT Mvlaor, Budget Commission meat
to . recved the full' oMered ta Jmnuary. permanent
committee t prompt approval' improvements allocation repre-
i ;UDEL THEATRE
' 'BETLAVIXLR, N. C. j ' '
i Movies Are Better Than Ever '
"Why Worry? See A Movie"
WEEK OF APKTL 8th
film. St Mob,
DUTCHESS OF IDAHO
. Starring ESTHER WILLIAMS ,
And VAN JOHNSON.
Tue. Wed, :::f;;:',':-uy: :,'
THE BIG STEAL
With WILLIAM BENDIX
And ROBERT MIT CHUM.
Thar. Bit Double Feature
aTrlday, ; .'. -MYSTERY
With RICARDO MACOLDAN
, BILLY TIIZ KID
With BOB STEELE.
BEST IN MUSIC
"Thure. FrL Apr. 8-ff V
Lullaby Of Broadway
Starring: DORIS DAT
And GENE NELSON.
In Technicolor -
JSatorday, Anrfl 7
.. Doable Feature ' '
Starring ALLAN -Rocky LANE.
f ;,-k,;,.L A 'N D W-.Vv?1
J CHINATOWN AT ,
, j r MIDNIGHT ,
Owl Shew:.,. ,.,-4 v- ..
; t GAMBLING HOUSE
Starring VICTOR MATURE
AO 'Ijuttikt MOOkL. .
Sunday, April 8 ' "
; ; THE GROOM
j WORE SPUES
With JOAN DAVIst '
Moau ft Tnes, Apr. 8-18
ABBOTT & COSTELLO
' MEET THE '
Wednesday, April 11
. With DON "Red" BARRY.
4 FATHER IS A
Starrlnir WILLIAM HOLDEN '
' And COLEEN GRAY.
THURSDAY - FRIDAY, APRIL 5 -
, . w " 1pVSSWPnf , !
f Starring DING CROSBY.
SATURDAY, APRIL h.
Lav Of Panhandle
Starrinr JOI1NNY MAC1C
SUNDAY and MONDAY. APRIL 8-9
Fcr Leaven's Sake
?AY nnd V:
:AY, APRIL 40-11
lion -for the Medical Care Com
mission's hospital program and the
remainder fot new construction at
educational Institution! and' state
hospitals. An additional $750,000. is
provided from unspent 1947 and
1949 permanent improvements ap
proprlation to build a psyebiatrie
wind trt Ihji hnanttAl at Phnnol Hill
wing to the hospital at Chapel Hill.
While most of the recommended
Increases add to amounts originally
Drive In Theatre
PINK IDXL,,N. C
"Where The Whale Family Gee"
"Always The Best AU Ways-
SUNDAY. April 8th
, A Kid Wtio Wanted Te81t
- On Th Queen' Throe
Starring Irene Dunne
dnd Alex Guineas. . .
Also Color Cartoon
"ON. TUBS, April 9-18
Young Warm Romance
A Kiss For Corliss
Starring Shirley Temple
And David Niven.
Vlso ''Our Gang Comedy"
WEDNESDAY, only, April, 11
Roaring Action ,
Vith John Carroll
Vnd Adele Mara.
asn as o a 1 '
i.iUO "oriBBBs ucnu7 ovruu
IniURS. FRI, April
. -1.. W4 At IU muilM ;
For Heavens Sake
Starring Clifton Webb,'
j. Joan Bennett, And -
Also Color Cartoon
SATURDAY. April 14
! 't DOUBLE FEATURE
.5 ; ;': JURY
With, Robert Rockwell
And Audrey Long. '
also ' ' ,
With Monte Hale.
f The Motor Park Habit
Music : '
appropriated for salaries and sup
piles, the Largest sums supplement
a few basic items. The requests of
the State Board of Education for
fund to establish a $2200-13100
teacher salary , scale and cover in
flated costs for maintenance of
other school services at the 1949
1991 level are met with an increas
ed grant ot $28 million. State em
ployees Receive almost, $2 million
for merit pay increments and over
$4 million or' up to $18 monthly
cost-of-living pay Increases. There
was promise of a prime political
1 ". . . - ,, . .
issue in a provision for Advisory
Budget Commission . (instead of
, Council . of State) approval, with
3 the governor, of all allotments from
the Contingency and Emergency
Fund and of all appropriations
from the Highway Fund surplus.
Th potential Issue never" devel.
oped. House, appropriations chair
man. Rep. Larry Moore, opened
floor action on Friday with an am
endment eliminating the admini
strative change attacked a curbing
executive power. He sponsored
( MOUNT OLIVE
' FINEST THEATRE '
Week of April 8th
Sunday- Monday Y -
BLRD OF PARADISE
In Technicolor :!
tarring LOUIS JOURDAN .
Vnd DEBRA PAGET.
meaday Jk Wednesday: 1
' FROZEN PERIL
starring VICTOR MATURE
Vnd WILLIAM BENDIX
Friday A Saturday: - -
LOU ABBOTT ft BUD COSTELLO
' ' MEETS THE
DRIVE TM :
NEW & MODERN
Located 1 Mi. So. West
Thiirs. St Fri. April 5-8
Starring 'AUDIE MURPHY '
And BRIAN DONLEVY.
New St Shorts ' " "
Saturday, April 7 . ',
Starring ROY ROGERS
And DALE EVANS.
Cartoon . & Comedy.
Sun. St Mon. April 8-9
Starring BOB HOPE
' And LUCILLE BALL.
News & Cartoon.
Tues. St Wed. April 10-11
, . DARK CITY
Starrtnc ELIZABETH SCOTT
And DON DEFORE. -
Thur. Jk FrL April IMS i
SUrrlng JOEL MoCREA
, . t tta, LLY WINTERS.
News & Cartoon
Saturday, April 14 .
Starring RICHARD CONTE
( And COLEEN GREY. ,
lartooi) ac snoria -
SUN. MON. Apr. 8-9
With Abbott & CosteUo.
JO .)!. ii' .i v ft
TVrS.V WED. Apr. 10-11
1LM11JM .? WARSAW N.C.
uore minor amendments tlien skill- faeture, purchase, or iiauu. .
fully marshalled a House majority toxicants Vould be a felony, and
in beating down' amendments de- the legislature would petiton Con
signed to raise further teachers' gres to prohibit issuance of fed
and state employees' salaries. The eral licenses to residents of states
bill passes on second reading and in which these activities are bar
final passage without change seem- red.:-' i; t -ni;. .
ed assured on Monday. , i t Propositions and Grievance 1 ,
Track Weight : ,-Immediately after hearing pro-
If SB 183 passes In it present ponent of dog tracks in Carteret
form, present truck ' load limits, and Currituck counties assert that
will not be changed by this General both communities hav benefitted
Assembly, but .overloading penal- from track revenues and that nei
tie will be increased and enforce- ther has been disgraced by dper-'
ment provision strengthened. I ation of the tracks, the House prop
The Superior Coui System ; oaitions and grievances committee
A aerie of bills, ha been Intro- voted 23 to 4 on Tuesday to give
duced to implement the recent unfavorable reports to 2 bills de
constitutional , amendment con- signed to outlaw pari mutuel bet
cernlng the courts. These bills call ting In the state. This committee
for the election In 1982 of a sec- also voted to legalize bingo in one
ond resident judge in each of ten county and the manufacture of wine
Judicial districts. While th gover- in. another, r ' , . V .
nor would be authorized to appoint
special Judge as usual this year,
tam,. ng umwilntAM WAiilH all iAttU
term of appointees would all close
December' 31, 1952, .after which
time there would be nd special
judges. The state would be divided
into 3 instead of 2 judicial divi
sions, a rotation schedule would
be established for the. new, divi
sions, and, effective January 1, 19
53, ' the numbers of the judicial
districts would be rearranged.
AtTienltnral Matter ' '
" Meat, milk,' and fertilizer were
the subject of detailed bills Intro
duced this week. In an effort to
boost meat production and market
ability, SB 497 would establish
voluntary : program for grading
meat according to U. S. standards,
labeling them wth state Agricul
ture Department stamps., SB 495
provides emergency fund to com
bat cattle plague and fowl post if
those diseases appear here. The in
creased sale of manipulated man
ures inspired a bill to define mani
pulated and unmanipulated man
ures and to require registration of
manure fertiliser brand before
sale. The House agriculture com
mittee approved a bill allowing
farmers to vote on whether a levy
oi 5c should be added to the price
of each ton of fertiliser to finance ,
expanded agricultural research..
Other bills would create a state
.lilk commission (primarily to set
.ninimum prices paid , to . produ
cers), revire the law on month.y
.nill reports to the Agriculture De
partment, and tighten the laws re
lating to inspection,, testing, and
grading of milk and milk product.
' Liquor Law Enforcement , t
; Accompanied by the governor's
request for serious consideration,!
8 bills Incorporating a special study
commission's recommendations for
I better liquor law enforcement were
introduced this week. They would
make transportation of more than
5 gallons of liquor into or through
. the state a felony carrying 5 to 10
year imprisonment and set the
minimum fine for liquor law mis
demeanors art $100. The State ABC
Board's staff, .would get 25 addl-
r tlonal ofUcers.snd its whole staff
would have state-wide jurisdiction.1
Obtaining federal license to manu-
. Week of April 8
junday and Monday
tarring Cary Grant and Jonn Gar-
fffcld. Also News. .
i uCMiay and Wednesday
Starring Ann Sheridan
Thursday and Friday
Starrinf Jhn Hi and Rhond
Fleming. Also Cartoon -
Saturday . ;
1 Sons of . ;
V Hew Mexico ;
Starring Gene Antry. Short Serial
THURS. FEl. Apr. 1M1
"it ' ' (TECHNICOLOR)
With Fred Astaire ,l
Arid Jane Powell. 4
SATURDAY, Apr. 14
J i DOUBLE FEATURE
V -1 ' .
' Tjfcp ' is "
I VlSKMII, 1 twit '
W: 'i CLail. s Ci-irctt.1
. Miscellaneous Matters of Interest
Courts would be aided by SB 491
providing for blood tests to deter
mine the degree of intoxication of
. persona charged . with . drunken
driving.- A 8-judge court to deal
with tax disputes' without the' nec
essity of prior payment or recourse
to. administrative remedies is the
Object of SB 489; questions of law
could be appealed to superior court
A Senate committee has reported
i the stream pollution bill favorably
after adopting amendments to place
th proposed commission under the
State Board of Health, to add a
second member representing muni
cipalities, and to deprive ex officio
members M voting powers. Passage
now seems assured. , '
SB 518 ' Introduced by Johnson,
Mar. 15" (Truck speeds in Warsaw)
Mar. SO, ratified.
SB 518 Ontroduced by Johnson,
Mar. 30 "To fix certain fee of
herifz, mayors, justices of the'
peace, and other officers in Duplin
County." (Effective June 1, 1951,
repeals ae 3 of Ch. 739 of 1947
Session Law and set out new
schedule of fee to be charged by
sheriffs,' mayors, justices of the
peace and other officers in civil
and criminal cases.) To Judiciary 1.
HB 142 - Introduced by Williams,
Jan. 25 'To amend G. S. 113-102
to prohibit the taking of game
from public highways. (Amends
cited section relating to protection (
of game by adding a new subsection
4 making it Unlawful to take or at
tempt to take, "by use of iirearms,
any game, from the right of way
of a publicly maintained thorough
fare or a passenger-carrying rail
Fefb. 7, amended In House to
prohibit shootjng of game birds or
animal from right of way of rail
road upon which locomotive may be
operated Instead of railroa upon
which passengers are transported;
oast ed House; Mar. 23, amended in
Senate to delete provision making
it uaiawtui to shoot birds or ani
mals from railroad right-of-ways
snd to make bill applicable to Du
plin and Pender Counties; Mar. 29,
ratified."' ;. ,
HB 708 - Introduced by Carr, 1
Mar. 16 (Wallace speed limits) Mar.
29, passed House; Mar. 30, received
u. senate; sent to Public Roads.
HO 844 - Introduced by Parrott,
Mar. 27 "To-amend G S. 7-92 re
lating to the compensation of the
official court reporter for the Sixth
judicial Distr.ct". (Amends cited
s.Hnn tn provide that salaries of
court reporter and reporter pro
tem, as fixed by resident judge, are
..... exceett al'i.50, instead of $10,
po- day nlus actual expenses.)
Mar. 28, reported favorably by
la The General County Court
State of North Carolina,
County of Duplin.
JOHN W. ANDERSON
CONSTANCE T. ANDERSON
' The above named defendant will
taKe notice that an action entitled
as above has been commenced in
the General Court Of Duplin "Coun-
.iv.ii, to secure an
absolute divorce from the defend-
t'uuiuis of two or more
years continuous separation, next
preceding the bringing of this
v. jct.on; ana me defendant
will further take notice that she is
required to appear at the office of
the Clerk of the General County
Court in Kenansville, North Caro
lina within thirty days after the
27th day -of April, 1951 and answer
or demur to the complaint that has
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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. Real
tor Charles S. Smith, 49. looks
more like a chicken than man as
he la treated for mild shock anrl a
coating of syrup and feathers '.
hospital here. Smith aaya he is vic
tim of ease of anietaken identity,
and waa held captive in trailer for
three days before being release-1
and syruped and feathered. He w
taken elf in his own car by thrf :
men who ware seeking rental egen.
daapit his assertions that ha wr.
not the rental man they were aftc
He waa also robbed of 11500, c
cording to his story, and kept ti .
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank each and every
one of my many friend for the
kindness and sympathy shown me
during my recent illness.
Mrs. Ottls Parker.
Rev. Trueblood of Warsaw closed
a series of revival services on Sun
day night. The ' attendance wea
good. His services were very con
soling to Christians and non-Christ-j
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chestnutt
of Tarboro visited her parents Mr.
and Mrs. Ottis Brown Sunday.
We are glad to report that Mrs.
Mellie Parker who has been on the ,
sick list for several weeks is out
and around again. .
Mr. and Mrs. Garland Scott of
Rose Hill visited Mr. and Mrs. P.
E. Rouse Sunday and attended
Ptlmn. and, Mrs. Doane Rouse of
Swan Quarter visited Mr. and Mrs:
Y. H. Rouse last week.
Mrs. Mary Stroud, Mr. and Mra.
Webb Tyndall and son of Kinston
visited in this section last week.
Visiting the L. H. Rouses Sunday
iiOiuo'i Mr. and Mrs. C- C. lvay,
Jr. and daughter Cathy, Messrs.
Foy Ivey and Billle Summerlin of
ountmeuiins . X-roata,: At I.
Costin of Warsaw and Mr.
Bdbley of Charity.
Mr. Morris Brown was home for
been filed in said action, which is
now in the office of the Clerk or
the plaintiff will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded in the said
This the 27th day of March 1951.
R. V. Wells, Clerk of
.... General County Court
L. A, Wilson, Attorney
W Carry A Complete Stock Of Parts One Day Service. J
lajsewMai ') j, est . ui susssjssj.i n iiiiiswiub
R. Lv BOLI;K, Owner
several days last week on spring
' tax. I. N. Sandlin has been more
feeble than usual for several days.
We hope she soon regains her
strength. ' '- ' '' '
On Friday. March 30th the Wayne
County Cancer Center examined
6 colored men. All examinations
were completed and four patients
were referred to their personal
physicians for medical attention.
. Examinations are free to all
who may have a "danger signal"
regardless of age.
Clinics are held every Friday in
the Health Center. Registration is
from 9:30 to 11:00 a.m.
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