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v to tea-
.. i and t, .or tate . employees
etaiula small chance of committee
approval; another bill designed to
reallocate (1 million from the St
ate Art Society Fund to employees
other than teachers will at least
cause more debate'. A Mil- to add
$300,000 to the appropriation for
mental institutions will probably
. pass. The permanent improvements
till spendirig$3,350,0OO as lntrodu
. ced has been raised $123,000 by a
House amendment for TB facilities
at the UNC hospital. A number of
bills appropriating relatively sm
all amounts remain to be acted on.
Tracks, Highway Safety, Vehicle
Inspection,., and License Plates.' '
V (Highways and vehicles and the
'people who use them continued to
attract legislative attention this we
'k. An effort to set up an inspection
plan administered by private 'ga
rages has been killed; the only bill
' left unacted on Is one requiring In
spection of cars sold the public by
used-car dealers . The House has
Drive In Theatre
pink hill; N. c.
Where The Whole Family Goes"
' SHOWS AT 7 & 9 P. M.
. "Always The Best - All Ways'
Sunday April 15th
y " (in Technicolor)
Yvonne DeCarlo, Richard
Green. Also Color Cartoon
Monday, Tuesday April 16-17
: High Lonesome
John Barrymore, Jr., Chill
Wills and Lois Butler
, . ,,- ' .
. Also Shorts ' . ,
'Wednesday only, April 18
With Robert Lowry, and
Martha Sherrill. Also '
"BRUCE GENTRY" serial
; Thursday and Friday, April 19-2
( in Technicolor)
The Petty Girl
: Starring !' ' '.' ;
: Joan Caulfield, Ron't Cum
: snihgs and 10 Petty Girls
, Saturday eUy. April XI
: From Chtogo
Wifli Jinx Falkenberg.
f ' " ' Also -
- Trigger Jr.
wik nnvnnr.m mil
. TV IIU UV -V V iww ju
Dale Evan '
"Get The Motor Park Habit"
TIIURS. & FRL; April 12 &
Starring JAMES STEWART, and , JOSEPHINE HALL
- Also Short
SATURDAY, April 14 4
With WHIP WILSON
' Short and
SUNDAY & MONDAY, AprU 15 & 18
With JOEL UtCZZX &
T t r-1
' ::Z3. c WEDNI13AY, ArrU 17 & 18
. i i i i I f 1 ,e
seat r.u....,ois anJ, decile some ef
fort in the Senate to prohibit low
license numbers for everyone ex
cept heads of the three branchj of
government, there is a good chance
that the Senate will agree on the
House's action. One turnpike bill
has been made applicable to a few
coastal . counties only, the other
remains on the House calendar.' A
bill has been Introduced to have
the Governor appoint some lawyer
in each county to sit as a traffic
commissioner or judge at $23 a case
these commissioners would be un
der state supervision. The bill in
creasing the penalties on overload
ed trucks has finally cleared the
Senate and is now before the Hou
se. Its companion bill directing the
'Highway Commission to set up.
from 6 to 12 permanent truck wei
ghing stations is in the same posit
ion..,: l;--r ' '
Liquor Law Enforcement
, Tempered by committee amend
ments, 4 of the 8 bills sponsored by
the special study comlssion seeking
better enforcement of the liquor
laws passed the Senate on Thurs
day,; As passed, - one bill would
make transportation of more than
29 (rather than 5) gallons of liquor
into or through the state's felony
punishable In. the court's discret
ion (rather than by 5 to 10 years
imprisonment). Another would add
a 500 additional or alternative fine
to the original penalty of 5 months
to 5 years in jail for obtaining a fe
deral license to manufacture, pur
chase, or handle intoxicants. The
proposal to add 25 enforcement of
ficers tothe State ' ABC Board's
staff and give the entire staff state
wide jurisdiction passed the Senate
with- only clarifying amendments.
NEW & MODERN
Located 1 Mi. So. West
of Wallace ;i
Surf MON., April 15 -1
Betty Button & Fred Astalre in
TUES. - WED., April 17 - 18
Audrey Totter & rlchard Basehart
THUBS. FBL; April 19 20
Clark Gable & Loretta Young In
"KEY TO THE CITY"
" BEtJLAVriXE. N. C.
Merles Are Better Thau Ever
rWhy Worry? See A Movie" -
WEEK OF APRIL lata .-a
Sunday and Moadar
Three Little Words
wth'Bed SkeJtoa and Fe4 Astalre
Tuesday and Wednesday
Kid From Texas
with Aadte Murphy A Gall Stem
EXTRA FEATURE two red
Friday only , J.
Trioole Trouble '
wita the Bowery Boys
Saturday, only .,vv v'.-
Roarin? Westward '
hrith Jimmy Wakely ,
& Cartoon '
and ANDY CLYDE
...a pi.Winun 1-r,. i r. . t Senate
defewta The Hot- e calcn Jar com
mittee' has already disapproved the
resolution asking Congress to pro
hibit issuance of federal, licenses
to residents of dry states, and this
may Indicate that the rest of these
bills will receive similar treatment.
v,.;.i. -.;:. .:-.
REPORTING INCOME '
'In an efort to increase the num
ber of people filing income tax re
turns, a bill has been Introduced
which would require every self-employed
person making as much as
$1,000 a year to report the facts
about his income to the Commiss
ioner of Revenue if be does not
file en Income tax return. .
i With an eye on the national em
ergency the Senate on Friday ap
proved aa . apropriation of over
$73,000 to establish a state civil
defense program. Under the gene
ral direction and control of the gov
ernor, a director of civil defense
would coordinate activities of var
ious kinds local civil -defense orga
nizations and maintain liaison with
other states and the federal gov
ernments In. the event of war or
imminat hostile action, the gover
nor could take over direct operat
ional control and enter into recipro-;
-al aid agreements. Mobile support
units to supplement civil defense
organizations in stricken areas are
provided, ' and local political sub
divisions are authorized to make
apropratlons and levy taxes for
civil defense purposes.
Bonus fdr Veterans
The bill to provide a referendum
on raising liquor taxes to pay vet
erans' bonuses, supported visibly
on Monday by the presence of some
300 people, has been given a pub
lic hearing followed by an unfavo
rable report. Another bill to pro
vide bonuses for veterans of World
War 11 only was introduced Fri
day, but its chances are equally
Matters of Interest to
Local Off isials
The Senate committee substitute
for SB 305. does not require muni
cipalities to waive immunity against
WEEK OF APRIL 15th
Sun, Mon., Tues.
,. BORN YESTERDAY
with Judy' Holiday' f
Wednesday only r v
with Harold Lloyd . '
Tknrsday and Friday ,4
with Billy andJoe
with BtUy and Joo
v CIHNQUAPIN, N. C.
WEEK of APRIL 15th
Sunday and Menday ., s .
It Happens Every Spring.
Starring RAT MILLAND and Jean
Peters. Cartoon and News
Tuesday and Wednesday
7 HELL TOWN
Starring John Wayne Short and
Thursday and Friday ".
starring John Payne it Gail Russell
. Cartoon ;
Itarrinr Mark Stevens and Col
ten Gray. Cartoon and Short , .
Week of April 15th)
. Mr. Music
: starring Bing Crosby &
Tuesday and Wednesday
In TI C
WMU Meets At
The W M U of the Baptist Chur
ch met Monday afternoon In the la
dles Parlor. Mrs. J. C. Brock pre
sided and introduced ; Mrs.' Alton
Greenlaw who gave a report from
a recent State WMU meetling in
Charlotte. Mrs. Graham Phillips
presented the devotianal. "Yearn
ing Youth" and read passages from
Matthew and John. The program,
"Glimpses of . Youth Around the
World," was given by Mrs. W. Y.
Vann. Mrs. Glendora Brown was pi
anist. A good Dumber was present.
WSCS Held General
Meeting . Monday Night
...The genrral meeting of the WSCS
was held Monday night in the La
dles Parlor of the Methodist church
Mrs. G. P. Pridgen presided. Mrs.
E. C. Thompson Brought a report
from a meeting of the building com
mittee held in the afternoon. She
brought suggestions from the archi
tect as to what steps should be ta
ken in renovating the church.
Mrs. J. C. Surratt gave a report
on the WSCS meeting recently held
in Clinton. Mrs. Henry Rivenbark
presented the program Committees
were re-elected for the coming year
The devotional was given by Mrs.
C. B. Best.
Elect New Officers
Future Homemakers of America of
the Warsaw High School new offi
cers for the year were electedThey
win De installed latter part oftne
month in a ceremony in the Home
Economics Department. Officers
were: President, Jo Ann Britt; Vice
presiden, Peggy Kornegay; Secre
tary, Thelma Swinson; Treasurer,
Helen Torrans; Reporter, Peggy Mit
chell; Parliamentarian, Mamie Bos
tic; Historian, Joyce Ann Jones;
Song Leader.Mary Elizabeth Packer
Pianist Annette Boyette.
Jo Ann Britt presided over the
meeting in the adsence of the presi
dent, Stella Herring. The meeting
was held in the Home Economics De
partment with Mrs. Kathleen Sny
der, sponsor, present. About 25
members were present.
liability for motor vehicle accident
damages but allows them im
munity to the extent that they
have covering insurance. The Sen-
has approved a bill to allow ad
ministrative units of school populat
ion as low-as 300 to vote a supple
mentary tax upon themselves. The
present law allows a supplement
mote only in units having a school
population of l.OOO.The usual bill
to permit county commissioners to
postpone quadrennial reassess
ments .has pased the House, and
there is little doubt that the Senate
will follow 'suit The farm census
report bill has been re-written,
not to abolish the census, but to
make certain that county commis
sioners will not call on tax super
visors and list takers to collect the
data and to raise the pay per re
port from 10c to 20c. This revenue
provision meant that the bill need
ed apropriatlona committee appro
val and there It rest. Under HB
787 as amended commissioners in
counties without special acts to
the contrary wiD meet every first
Monday and may adjourn from
day to day.
BupUa Cevnty -;j
SB 515 Introduced by Johnson
Mar. 30 (Officials fees); April 5.
passed Senate; April 6, reported
favorably by House committee. -
- SB 530 Introduced by -Johnson
April 4: "To amend GS . 7-70, re
lating to terms of court'ln Duplin
and Onslow Counties." (Rewrite
GS 7-70 as It relates to superior
court terms in Duplin and Onslow
counties.) April 6, passed Senate.
SB 540 Introduced by Johnson
April 4: "To authorize the board of
commissioners of Duplin County
to levy special taxes for forest fire
control, and for other purposes."
Authorizes commissioners to levy
sneoial taxes in excess of constitu
tional general fund limitation for
the following special purposes in
the amount per $100 valuation In
dicated: (1) forest fire control and
or rural fire protection, 2c; (2)
maintenance of radio for sheriffs
department, lc.) April 6, passed
HB 708 Introduced by Carr,
March 16 (Wallace speed limits).
April 6, reported favorably toy Sen.
1 WARSAW, N.C.
THURSDAY & FRIDAY
starring Joan Fontaine &
Double Feature - ,
starring Red Barry'
Kornegay-Bostic' Vows ;
Vows in Columbia, S. C
In a ceremony performed on Mod
day, April 2nd, in Columbia, S. C.
Miss Retha Bostic of Warsaw be
came the bride of Sgt George
Clontz Kornegay of Ft. Benning,
Ga., and Warsaw. The bride wore
an orchid suit with . . brown and
white accessories. She was unatt
attended. Mrs. Kornegay is the daughter
of the late Mr. and Mrs. Owen Tho
mas Bostic of Warsaw. She Is a grad
uate of the Masonic Home in Ox
ford, graduating in 1949, and has
been employed at the Carolina Te
lephone and Telegraph Co. in War
saw for the past year and a half.
The bridegroom in the son of
Mrs. Henry Street Kornegay Sr.
and the late Mr. Kornegay of War
saw. He graduatel from the Warsaw
Schools in 1949 and is now attend
ing Light and Heavy Weapon In
fantry Leadership School in Ft. Ben
; Mrs. Kornegay returned from
her wedding trip on Tuesday and
will remain in her present employ
ment for the time being.
Free Will Baptist
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Free
Will Baptist Church met Wednes
day night with Mrs. William An
derson. Mrs. E. C. Taylor presided
An interesting program was given
by Mrs. Charlie Cooke, assisted by
Mesdames Robert Pope, Lester An
derson, Lanie Hines, William An
derson and Miss Ruth Byrd. 14 mem
jers were present. Chicken salac
sandwiches, cookies and iced drink,
VVAKSAW PTA MEETS
TUESDAY NIGHT at 8:00
The PTA of the Warsaw Schools
will meet at the new hour, eight
o'clock, on Tuesday night, April 17
in the High School Auditorium.
At this time new olicers tor tne tol
jowing year will be installed.
Mrs. JT Gresham
On Thursday afternoon Mrs. J.
T. Gresham entertained members
of her club and additional guest at
bridge at her home on Pine Street.
Violets, white iris and bridal wrea
th spirea decorated the rooms wh
ere the game was held.
Mrs. Ed Hines received a novel
ty cooking spoon for high score. Se
cond high, also a cooking spoon,
went to Mrs. J. H. Hines. Mrs. Joy
ce Carroll Burton was recipient of
a nut meat chopper for visitors hi
gh. The hostess served potato chips
and iced drinks during progression
At the end she served- ginger ale
salad and tea. Playing were Mesd
ames Hines, J. H. Hines Burton,
Allen Draughan Jr., Robert Fred
erick, Ed Strickland, Bill Sheffield
and the hostess.
Club Members Meet Witt Mrs
Mrs. Milford Qulnn was at ho
me to her bridge club members on
Friday afternoon when the was ho
stess at two tables of progressive
bridge. White iris, red tulips and
wild flowers were used In abund
ance throughout the home.
Mrs. Y. L. Smith won a dresser set
for high score. Dish towels were
given for traveling. - ,
Candy and iced drinks were en
joyed during progression. When sc
ores were tallied the hostess served
fruit salad, cookies and coffee to
the following: Mesdames Smith,
Laughton Albertaon A. M. Benton,
Albert Newkirk, Robert Lewis, Mo
mon Barr.Emmerson Jones and
Miss Nora Blackmore.
Methodist To Have Pie and Cake
Circles No. 1 and 2 of the Meth
odist Church will have a pie and
cake sale Saturday morning at nine
o'clock at the R and P Grocerteria.
Come out and buy your weekend
desserts and help the Methodist.
Cecil Bostic has returned to his
home after having been a patient
in the Sampson County Memorial
hospital following an appendectomy
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Best attended
.he funeral of her brother-in-law
n Yanceyville on Thursday of last
: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Leinbach and
son spent the week-end in New
Misses Sallle, Maggie and Nell
Bowden and Mesdames Ed Hill and
Jack Wiliams spent the week-end
in Wilmington with Mrs. Leslie
Boney. ' " ; "
Dr. H. V. Cohvell
Eyes Examined. Glasses Fitted.
, Next "Door To Cavenaugh
- Chevrolet Company
; Permanent Office In
WALLACE. N. C.
WE HAVE IT '
YOU WILL NTED IT
V V. 4 ' ' I kl till!
Mrs. Henry Merrltt and son, Bus
tor, and Mrs. J. F. Strickland and
children left Sunday to loin thelm
busbands who are In training at Ft
Mrs. Sam Parker spent Friday
with Mhs. Lonle Benson. ;
Mrs. Ralph Faircloth who has be
en quite 111 in the Clinton hospital
is reported to be improving.
Mrs. Stacy, Britt and daughter,
Betty, spent the week-end in Con
cord. While there Mrs. Britt atten
ded a banquet, given by the Order
of the Eastern Star, at which time
her mother, Mrs. Annie Green, re
ceived a 25 year membership. Mrs.
Green is a charter member of the
Mrs. S. B. Bartlett Jr spent the
week-end in Concord with relatives.
Beautifully illustrated in four
colors, North Carolina's official
highway map for 1951 is now ready.
It shows 20,000 miles of paved
roads leading to hundreds of vaca
tion abjective in the State that ex
tends 503 miles from the Atlantic
Ocean to the Great Smokies and
Blue Ridge mountains. The map
may ibe obtained free upon request
to th North Carolina Information
Office, Raleigh, N. C.
MRS. CALLIE MAREADY
Mrs. Callie Lanier Maready, 59,
died at her home in Kinston Sun
day after a lingering illness. Funer
al services were held from the
home at 2 p. m. Monday, conducted
by Rev. Mr. Lyles, Free Will Holi
ness minister of Kinston. Interment
followed in the Maplewood Ceme
Surviving are one daughter, Mrs.
Ruby Matthews of Kinston, with
whom she made her home; four
grandchildren; three brothers, I. G.
Lanier of Bowden, G. A. Lanier of
.joiaSDoro and R. G. Lanier of Way
cross, Ga.; five sisters, Mrs. C. M.
Banks, Mrs. G. C. Baker, Mrs. Ka
tie Gray, Mrs. Ruth Styron, and
Miss Naomi Lanier, all of Kinston.
The undersigned, having quali
fied as Administrators of the est
ate of Annie O. Hill, deceased, late
of Duplin County, this is to notify
all persons having claims against
said estate to present them to the
undersigned on or before April 7
1952, or this notice will be plead In
bar of their recovery. All person
indebted to said estate, will please
make immediate payment to the
This the 7th day of April, 1951
O. C. Hall
Direction! era printed en vry
pltct of Mch Simplicity PRINTED
Pattern to thaw you WHAT IT IS..
WHERE IT GOES, WHERE TO AD.
JUST IT, and WHERE TO MATCH
IT TO ITS MATE.
St th wldo Mlictlen of imart
tylat In th iww Simplicity Pat
Urn Catalog al our pattern
Warsaw's Leading Dept. Store
lYTnnm i 1 1
I IlllllUlltUIHU I
' 4 We Carry A Complete Stock Of Parts One
I .. .
R. U IZUCS, Owner
- PLENTY OF GOOD WATER . ENTK3. STOCK AKZ tri?.
, FROM A DRILLED WELL. . MENT FOR SALE
WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED G. R, DAIL, KENANS VILLE
BOOKLET AND ESTIMATE, It. wL: I V- " ' -v
GIVING US DIRECTION AND o , ,
HOW FAR YOU LIVE FROM For Saltt WeU Camellia and
YOUR POSTOFFICE, Asalea. 8. Camellia Japonic and S
HEATER WELL CO INC. Asaleaa mixed. It for $1.09 deliver-
RALEIGH, N. C. . d yoJSend $1.00 bUL Sattsfae-
- ' ':i tion guaranteed. Ford's Nursery.
Have, nice selection of So, Bean, "'flf"' 609
Velvet Beans, Field Peas, Seed
Corn, Seed Peanuts, Wood's bulk , - for Sale
Garden Seeds, Tomato and Pepper Brick store building size 50x90 on
Plants fresh 'dally. Cement, Brlx- lot 50x180 on corner, less than four
meat, Formate, Diphane for blue years. oldJdeal location for supply
mold, Vlgoro and Power Mowers, store,' farm machinery etc. Local
JAMES MILLER HARDWARE ed in one of the best farming aect
BeulaviUe, N. C. 0M fOP dty water. Veneer plant
4- 27-4t-ch. worklnr about ZOO people. Three
The Reader. Digest 8 month, eet blocks recently paved, and
for $1.00. See Mr. Floyd Heath, h ben faaiw re
Pink Hill, N. C. Telephone 217-2. by '''""Lf,00 G,
school. Two wide awake civic clubs
USE T-4-L FOR in town. If interested contact,
ATHLETE'S FOOT James G. Dickson
BECAUSE Calypso Phone 2892
It has greater PENETRATING Po- It. c.
wer With 90 undiluted alcohol
base it carries the active medicat- TENNIS RACKET RESTRINGING
ion DEEPLY, to kill the germ on a"d complete tennis equiptment.
contact. Get happy relief IN ONE See us for racket, balls, presses,
HOUR or your 40c back at any covers and nets. Spear and Sons
drug store. Today at Kenansville Sporting Goods,410 Queen St.
Drug Company . Kins 4-27-StC
WILLIAMS VUNERAL HOME EVERYTHING FOR THE FISHER-
Billy Tyndatl man. Complete fresh and salt water
Undertakers Embalmers equipment - rods, reels, bait, lines,
Ambulance Service nets, etc. Spear & Son Sporting
Home of Mt. Olive Burial Asso. Goods, 410 N. Queen St., Kinston.
Phone 226? - Mt. Olive. N. I 3-t. 4-27-C. ' - '
H. L. Taylor, BASEBALL SEASON complete
Administrators of the equipment for aU ages from 4 up.
estate of Annie O. Hill Special prices to teams. See us for
H. E. Phillips, Attorney balls, bats, gloves, bases, uniforms,
Kenansville, N. C. etc. Spear and Son Sporting Goods
5- 18-6t. H. E. P. 410 N. Queen St. Kinston. 4-27-3tx
SAVE! SAVE! SAVE!
walnut or maple fin.
GAS RANGES 9 x 12 Heavyweight
LEKO FELT BASE RUGS
Pay $39.15 down 34o down
HARD TO GET ITEMS
S119 Quick Meal $198 CHROME DINETTES
OIL RANGES The Best
$77 CASH $99 CASH
.Ho Point 8 ft.
Pay 990.45 down
,R. E. QUI II II &
on drapery, slip cover and
i upholstery materials-
Striped slip cover
stery material 50"
reg. ?Z.98 value lor only
reg. $3.98 value for only
I reg. $398 value for only
SI FLOAL PRINTS 50" WIDE
T A(i fnr nnlv
UCg, ..... T " 7
REGULAR UPHOLSTERY MATERIAL M
An no 1 t 1.. 49 Kft vrA LM
$3.ao vaiue lur omj
SHOrix .ERGTHS of CHINTZ and GLOSIIEEN m
AT 1-2 PKICK
111 1103 E. Pevton Ave.
FISHING REELS REPAIRED
r Fully Antomatie
Pay 977 Down
CO. of Warsaw
I.VU JfT, R
t no J Wf m
J 1 . 70 J U . fil
' SI QX
a.DU ya. s
Kinston, N. C.
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