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Are Damaged By Cold RALEIGH, Nov. 18—W—Prices Of fresh North Carolina vegetables probably will rise because of the season’s first cold wave which “seriously damaged” truck crops In Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Florida, A. B. Harless, feder al-state market news representa tive, said today._ it _ * awrninTmTfTfflw MRAIGHT BOURBW WHISKEY 90 PROOF ._ 3>uUHe4 *r. . CENTURY DISTILLING C° NINE N.C. CONVICTS GRANTED PAROLES J. H. Mallard, Of Duplin, Sen tenced To Two Years, Is Among Men Freed RALEIGH, Nov. 18. — UP) — Nine prisoners were paroled today by Gov ernor Hoey. They were: t Will Greer, sentenced in July, 1936 in Buncombe to 10 to 15 years for manslaughter; Utah Shuler, sen tenced in October, 1934, in Swain to 20 to 25 years for second degree mur der; Connie Hilliard, sentenced in September, 1937, in Wilson to 10 to 15 years for second degree murder; Frank McCreary, sentenced in Octo ber, 1935, in Ashe to 10 years for second degree burglary; J. H. Mal lard, sentenced last June in Duplin to two years for public drunkenness, being a public nuisance and violat ing a suspended sentence; Jethro Worley, sentenced in September, 1939, in Wake to two years for as sault with a deadly weapon; George Gaddy, sentenced last August in Alexander to eight months for drunken driving; and Harold Moody, sentenced last September in Watau ga to four months for violating the prohibition law. Orrell Is Low Bidder For Sunken Barge Job Bids for removing the wreck of i pile driver barge sunk in the nouth of the Chowan river were jpened at noon yesterday in the dis rict engineer’s office at the U. >. customhouse with two immedi ite applications. Eure Brothers of 3eaufort, bid $2,750, and J. D. Orrell, of this city, bid $1,200. The 'overnment estimate on the pro ect is $2,996 ,and in all probabili ;y the contract will be awarded Orrell. The pile driver barge which >ank August 20 was owned by the /irginia Dare Construction com )any, of Elizabeth City. It must je raised intact and carried to a lisposal area adjacent the coast. 3 WILL CONFER BUCHAREST, Rumania, Nov 18.— 2P)—Premier General Ion Antonescu ,vas reported unofficially today to :iave arranged to leave Friday for Germany to confer with Adolf Hit er. Antonescu returned today from Rome, where he talked with Premier Mussolini. TPESDAY SPECIALS ENAMEL WARE ASSORTMENT neg. fft Q 59c Value OOC Each Not just ordinary ware, but beautiful, heavy triple-coat enamel! Strong steel bodies that promise highly satisfactory service. Every piece first quality. Smartly designed in the modern mode with non-burn plastic knobs. Strong steel bails. At the sale price, your choice of 1 1/8-qt. double boiler . . . 314-qt. covered sauce pan . . . 4%-qt. covered kettle . . . 3-piece sauce pan set . . . 11-qt. dish pan . . . 14-qt. pail . . . 6-cup percolator ... or 414-qt. tea kettle. CHALLENGE ELECTRIC IRON ¥1.29 Value 88c Nickel plated. Wood handle. Standard size. 5 lbs. High grade element. U n d erwriters listed. 50c DUST MOPS 69c Value 39c Mitten style — for hand or handle. Dust thirsty green yarn. 307 North Front Street Ujal ggg6 Sandwich Toaster value 88c Fries, grills small steaks, chops, etc. Chrome finish. Cool wood handles. MASTER-MIXED Self Polishing Wax 39c Value 13c PT. Polishes with o u t rubbing! Wipe away floor dullness the quick, plea sant way. Movie Revues "DR. KILDARE GOES HOME” FEATURED AT CAROLINA Comedy, heart interest and the drama of science mingle to provide entertainment with thrills in "Dr. Kildare Goes Home,” latest of the medical-mystery series with Lew Ayres, Lionel Barrymore and La raine Day, showing at the Carolina for the last times today. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer has produc ed the latest in the series on an im portant scale, and the young doctor and his veteran preceptor invade the important field of preventive medi cine to disclose many important truths, grapple with a new mystery malady and, between thrills, create laughs. Starting tomorrow the Carolina will present Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland in the musical fun hit, "Strike Up The Band,” with Paul Whiteman and his orchestra. In addition to a fascinating story and fun aplenty provided by Mickey, Judy and a swell cast of youthful favorites, "Strike Up The Band” fea tures many song successes, including "Our Love Affair,” "Nobody,” George Gershwin’s "Strike Up The Band,’’ "I Can’t Make My Eyes Behave” and "Drummer Boy.” “BROTHER RAT AND BABY’’ IS OFFERED AT BIJOU “Brother Rat and a Baby,’’ the comedy successor to last year’s comedy success, "Brother Rat,’’ plays today at the Bijou theatre. Written by the ssfme authors as the delight ful original stage and screen play, John Monks, Jr., and Fred F. Finkle hoffe, the film continues the adven tures of a group of Virginia Military Institute cadets after their gradua tion. When “Brother Rat and a Baby” picks them up once more, Morris and Regan are working in New York. Miss Lane and Miss Wyman are still in college. Albert and Miss Bryan are living in a small southern town, where he is the high school athletic coach. And their baby is a bouncing, mischief-making young ster just past his first birthday. The baby role is played by Peter B. Good, the only member of the cast to fudge a trifle on the cal endar. Peter was 14 months old the day he was signed for the part. A Novelty and Cartoon complete our program. “DREAMING OUT LOUD” IS OFFERED AT ROYAL Lum and Abner bring side-split ling humor and real pathos to the screen, in their first screen appear ance, in “Dreaming Out Loud,” which opened yesterday at the Roy al theatre. The lovable old storekeepers of Pine Ridge demonstrate all the keen understanding and sharp interpre tation of America’s small town peo ple in this human drama wliicili moves from laughs to tears then back again to laughs in excellent tempo. Garrulous, kindly and philosophi cal, Lum and Abner as proprietors of the Jot-em-down Store find their characteristic checker games disturb ed by the demands of their neigh bors. The pair’s antics as self-ap pointed guardians of the happiness of every Pine Ridge citizen provide sit uations that run from the hilarious to the tragic. Frances Langford as the Pine Ridge postmistress with her office in the Jot-’Em-Down Store finds her romance with young doctor ..Robert Wilcox on the rocks. Wilcox's fath er, Pine Ridge’s only physician, play ed by Frank Craven, tries to aid his son and Frances, but overwork and worry are too much for him, and a series of tragic accidents bring the old doctor down helplessly paralyzed. Royal Varieties is exceptional with a. Technicolor Special called Old Dominion State; a Disney cartoon ind a dandy Lowell Thomas News. ONSLOW COTTON REPORT JACKSONVILLE, Nov. 18 — A total of 1,006 bales of cotton were ginned in Onslow county through November 1 this year compared with slightly mdre than 200 during the same period last year, Special Agent I. N. Sanders, of Hubert, disclosed today. Three gins are running this year compared with one last season. NEURALGIA in a hurry! When &e pains of neuralgia start heap ing down, you want relief, and want it In a hurry. The quick-acting Ingredients in the ”BC" formula work fast on pains of this type. Nerves ruffled and upset hy neuralgic pain are gently soothed and you begin to feel lots better in short order. Keep a 10c or 25c package of "BC" handy. Use as directed for the relief of headaches, muscular aches and functional periodic pains. Always consult a physician when pains persist or recur frequently. Trapped In Wrecked Truck Trapped in the cab of his 10-wlieel trailer truck, Herbert Jensen, Jr., 20, directs rescuers who cut him free. The huge vehicle, transporting a load of produce from Albany to Hieksville, L. I., skidded off the road and slid down an embankment about 100 feet from entrance of Mrs. Janies Roosevelt’s estate at Hyde Park, N. ¥. Jensen was seriously injured. Aldis Brown Stops At Southport On Cruise SOUTHPORT, Nov. 18. — Aldis Brown of Madison, Conn., national ly known artist and photographer, spent Sunday afternoon and night here. He was traveling aboard the Carolina, luxurious 77 foot cabin cruiser owned by former Congress man and Mrs. E. W. Goss of Madi son. Mr. and Mrs. Goss, their daughter and two sons were also aboard. Mr. Goss was one of the first of yachtsmen to advocate with local interests the dredging of a yacht basin at Southport. Three years ago he was also among the yachts men who stressed the need of hav ing the hurricane insurance clause deadline extended to or blow Southport. Artist Brown has 5 us? completed a six months job with government vessels on ice patrol. He photo graphed and sketched these men aces before they were destroyed and during the process of destruc tion. This is understood to have been for the purpose of study with the view of using more effective means in their destruction. 1 Elery Hobbs, Columbus Game Warden, Resigns WHITEVILLE, Nov. 18.—Elery Hobbs, for the past five and one half years Columbus county game and fish warden, resigned today to take a job on the Whiteville po lice force. O. E. Carroll, who has been a deputy working under Hobbs for several years, is re portedly slated to succeed him, though no official appointment has been made. 1 Four New Relief Jobs Approved By McGinnis RALEIGH. Nov. 18. — CP) — Four new relief projects for North Caro lina were approved today by C. C. McGinnis, WPA state administrator. They follow: Construct oral hygiene building on. Caswell Square in Raleigh, $18,518 and 43 workers; improve facilities at high schools in Shelby, $8,583 and 25 workers; improve streets in Can ton, $82,879 and 97 workefs; con struct organization camp on Nuese river in Croatan National forest, $21,835 and 49 workers. COURSES SELECTED RALEIGH, Nov. 18—(A>)—Twelve courses for inclusion in the new en gineering training program for na tional defense at N. C. State col lege were selected today by Dean Blake R. Van Leer, head of the school of engineering, and Edward W. Ruggles, director of the col lege extension division. Greenland was named by the Norwegian 'navigator, Eric the Red _advertisement_ For tonight, say “GOOD NIGHT” TO _-- x „ Slip away from achey muscles, stuffy sniffles, into sleep. Rub throat, chest, with Penetro. See it disappear into your skin surface. Feel double help work almost instantly—inside and outside. 25c. Double supply of Penetro, 35c. 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