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MUSIC FESTIVAL 10CK HILL, S. C., April 9.—(fl*) _ Approximately 2,000 students WHI gather at Winthrop college ‘•»r* for the 21st annual South Caio jiM high school music festival to day through Saturday. ARMY POLO TEAM CAMDEN, S. C., April 9—(£>)— The army polo team will come from West Point Sunday to meet the Camden All-Stars at Kirkwood Field here. More than 4,000 spec tators are expected. DEBATE TEAM WINS GREENVILLE, April 9 — East Carolina Teachers college won a piece among the 'Big Ten” de j«te teams taking part in the Grand National Forensic Tourna ment under the auspices of the t rawberry Leaf Society held at Mary Washington college at Fredericksburg, Va., on April 3-5. 10TH ANNIVERSARY GREENVILLE, April 9 _ In aeiebration of its 10th' anniver a,iry, the student branch of the Association for Childhood Edu tilion at East Carolina Teachers college has issued invitations to approximately 100 people to at tend a dinner in the college dining hall on Thursday evening. Fran tes Merritt of Goldsboro, presi dent of the organization, will pre aide and is in charge of arrange I #hows 1:10 1:15 1:05 T :00 5:55 NEW! Daring Adventures of the New Monte Cristo! Like An Avenging Fury, He Strikes! (IwMIl MtIHl! piiHili f . S Return i of Moijtc Cristo starring HIS MSMI i HAYWARD BRITTON r i « GEORGE MACREADY * I MI.RMMHIS5MEIM * SSVBEST-fcfBLie uwmmimsM ‘ '■ > In Technicolor! "SUMMER TRAILS" Cartoon Fun! " "UNINVITED PESTS" jg MATINEE-56c NIGHT.48c • Never HIGHER m Iscl. Tax BETT3 DAVIS PAUL HENREID CLAUDE RAINS In "DECEPTION" - Added - LATEST WORLD NEWS EVENTS MPMIJ—, Price* Alwav* lari. Tax Thrills and Chills! “THE SPIDER WOMAN STRIKES BACK” with Gale Sonderfuard —ADDED— Special Featurette Color Cartoon I — Tomorrow — Aim. Starrett, Smiley Barnette In “LONE HAND TKXAIjV’ merits for the event. Dora Coates of the faculty is sponsor of the student ACE at the college. SYMPHONY CONCERT GREENVILLE. April 9 — The North Carolina Symphony Orches tra, under the direction of Dr. Benjamin Swalin, will be present ed in concert as the first enter tainment of the spring quarter al East Carolina Teachers college The performance will take place in the Wright auditorium on the campus at 8 o’clock on Monday April 14. COLUMBIA, S. C., April 9. —(IP —The South Carolina compulsory motor vehicle inspection law, sus pended in 1942 because of the war became operative again today whei the house of representatives sus tained Governor Thurmond’s vetc of an act to continue the suspen sion until March 1, 1948. A majority of the house favorec over-riding the veto, but the neces sary two-thirds could not be must ered. The vote, after more thar one hour’s debate in which many house members spoke, was 65 t< over-ride against 51 to sustain. HOSPITAL TRUSTEE RALEIGH, April 9. — (IP)— Ap pointment of Dr. E. D. Apple o: Greensboro to the board of trustee: of the Moses H. Cone memoria hospital at Greensboro was an nounced today by Governor Cher ry Dr. Apple was appointed to fil the unexpired term of the late Sid ney J. Stern of Goldsboro. SHORT COURSES RALEIGH, April 9. —(IP)— Fivf short courses, each to last five weeks, will be offered by the N C. State College school of engineer ing during June, July and August Edward W. Ruggles, director o the college extension division, an nounced today. The courses will be on air con ditioning, diesel operation, electri cal refrigeration, industrial elec tricity and memorial art. WAA MEETING GREENSBORO, April 9. —(IP)— A meeting of the War Assets Ad ministration’s North Carolina ad visory committee has been callec for next Wednesday afternoon ir Greensboro. The meeting will be the organiza tion session of the committee which was appointed recently by Dechman to serve in an advisory capacity on the WAA’s program oi government v/ar surplus property disposal. CHILD KILLLD DERRY, April 9. —iff)— Donns L. Cashwell, 3, daughter of Mr and Mrs. John Cashwell, Jr., o: Autryville, N. C., died in Alexand er-Eastman hospital tonight of in juries suffered when she fell frorr an automobile driven by hei grandfather. Dr. Francis B. King medical referee, said a rear whee TODAY thru SAT. First Local Showing! ylP' CINECuLu I Starring JON VECTOR HALL • MclAGLEN RITA AH DT JOHNSON • DEVINE ^ -PRICES MAT.—ADULTS .35c NITE—ADULTS . 48c CHILDREN Anytime .. 9c • STARTS TODAY! • RAW, RUGGED, RUTHLESS DRAMA! No retreat from this kind of danger . . . no escape from this kind of love! Every kiss carved his name on another bullet! ■ EDMOND O’BRIEN AVA GARDNER ALBERT DEKKER SAM LEVENE > BURT LANCASTER A sensation in his first screen role I SHOWS 1:08 1:88—4:84 • M-«:6« COLOR lE5? CARTOON HEWS • •f_ of the vehicle passed over the child. JUDGE’S TRIAL CONFIRMED KINSTON, April 9. —(A5)— Trial of Joe Dawson, former judge of the Kinston Recorder’s court, on charg es of manslaughter continued to day with additional witnesses testi fying that Dawson was intoxicated when his car was in a collision near here last October 13. Milton E. Kilpatrick and his wife testified that they met Dawson’s automobile on the New Bern high way and were forced to pull off the pavement to avoid a collision. CONFERENCE CONTINUES CHAPEL HILL, N. C., April 9. _(£>)— The delegates attending the 10th conference on Conservation of Marriage and the Family voted at the closing Chapel Hill session this afternoon in favor of continuing the conference next year. Mrs.- Gladys Hoagland Groves, wife of the late Dr. Ernest R. Groves, who founded the confer ence, was asked to assume the leadership of the sessions for an other year. CONFERENCE CHANGES NAME CHARLOTTE, April 9.— (/PH- The name of the Tri-State conference of orphanage workers was chang ed to the Southeastern conference of orphanage workers at the' con cluding session of the former or ganization’s 42nd annual convention here tonight. The change, officials explained. : was effected to cover the nine ; states now represented in the group’s membership. Originally the organization covered only the . Carolinas and Georgia. Max E. Livingston, of Savannah. Ga., was elected president of the . conference and Greenville, S. C., was chosen as the 1948 convention city. Livingston succeeds Joseph B. Johnston, of Barium Springs. FAT STOCK SHOW KINSTON, N. C„ April 9—WP)— The Seventh Annual Coastal Plain fat stock show opened here today i with Jack Basden, of Dudley Wayne county, and David Proctor, of Walstonburg, Wilson county, taking first places for their en tries. Before a record number of spec tators, Basden exhibited the 925 pound grand champion Hereford calf and Proctor showed the grand champion 254-pound Duroc hog. In the county groups of five steers, the first four places were taken by Duplin, Wayne, Lenoir and Jones counties. The show’s sale will begin at 1 p. m. today. new UlAKU linn RALEIGH, April 9—(iP)—Adj. Gen. J. Van Metts announced to day that battery A, 677lh anti aircraft artillery battalion of Rae ford had passed its formal federal inspection and had been recognized officially as a unit of the N. C. National Guard. REQUISITION ASKED RALEIGH, April 9—Gover nor Cherry today sent a requisition to the Governor of Missouri ask ing for the return of Thomas Mor. 1 gan who is wanted in Durham on a charge of murder in the fatal shooting March 29 of Dock Barnes. The papers said that Morgan is being held by St. Louis police. NEGRO ENTERS RACE WASHINGTON, N. C„ April 9— (JF)—Harry Simpson, Negro, enter ed the city’s Democratic primary contest today when he filed as a candidate for the board of aider men. Simpson is seeking to represent the third ward and his entry brings to four the number of candidates who have announced for the two nominations from that ward. Meanwhile, Mayor R. P. Mc Kenzie announced he would not be a candidate for re-election, leav ing a possibility that Dr. Lewis H. Swindell might be unopposed in that race. POLICE RADIOS WASHINGTON, N. C.. April 9— (A3)—Police cars here soon will be equipped with radios following a favorable vote by the board of aldermen to purchase needed equipment. SCHOOL FIRE SUMTER, S. C., April 9—(A3)— The second school fire in this sec tion during the past two days today had resulted in damage estimated at $35,000 to Edmunds high school auditorium here. The flames, discovered about 3:30 a. m., were restricted to the auditorium by the efforts of tho Sumter fire department. Cause of the blaze was not determined. COAL PURCHASE RALEIGH, April 9—(A3)— Con tracts have been signed with 10 distributors for 137,870 of the 184, 000 tons of coal the state will need for its furnaces next winter. Price of the coal will range from $3.05 to $4.85 per ton depending upon quality. Contracts for the remain ing 48,000 tons probably will be let soon. DAIRY PRESIDENT RALEIGH, April 9—(IP)—Ralph H. Scott of Durham today wag reelected president of the Ra ieigh-Durham-Burlington district dairy council. Other officers re elected were: Ernest Schuchardt of Durham, vice president; David Worth, of Raleigh, secretary; and Roland Register of Durham, treasurer. FIRE HAZARD OXFORD, April 9—(A3)—A grand jury report on the existence of a “serious fire hazard at the county home” today brought prompt ac tion from Judge R. Hunt Parker, presiding over the current term of Granville Superior court. Receiving the report, Judge Parker immediately ordered a deputy on duty as a fire watchman at the home. He then ordered the members of the board of commis sioners subpoenaed before him and warned them of the condition. The commissioners went to the home, which houses 28 inmates, and following their investigation, a spokesman for them said no evidence of unusual danger had been found. During the war the American Red Cress collected 13,326,242 blood donations for Ihe armed JWSM. 1 COUNTY DAIRYMEN HOLD FIELD DAY Event To Be Staged At Coastal Plains Station Dairymen of New Hanover county will join others of this area in a Dairy Field Day at the Coast al Plains Experiment Station in Willard, on April 17, according to R. W. Galphin, county agent. Highlight of the morning will be a tour of the experimental pas tures, led by Earl W. Fairies, agent in dairying and Dr. R. L. Lovv.orn, professor of agronomy at State College. Dairymen will look over the an nual grazing crops, consisting of small grains and winter legumes for winter grazing and Sudan grass, perl millet and lespideza for summer grazing, which have been grazed experimentally for several years. More recently, ladino clover and alfalfa have been seeded with grasses and used in grazing trials. There also will be demonstrations and discussions of the relative merits of these pastures during the tour. ! During the afternoon short talks will be heard by F. E. Miller, director of test farms; Dr. L. D. Barer- director of the N. C. agri cultural experiment station; Dr. Ralph W. Hodgson, assistant chief bureau of dairy industry; and Dr. J. H. Hilton, head of the depart ment of animal industry at State College. A family of cows demonstrating the results of r, constructive breeding program will be display ed and records of production for daughters of herd bulls will be presented and compared with the records of their dams. LOCAL MAN CHARGED WITH DRIVNG DRUNK Charges of driving under the in fluence of intoxicants was filed last night against A. Y. Baldwin of 104 North Fourth street, city police said* According to police reports, Bald win was arrested after the car he was driving crashed into the rear of a police cruiser about 9:30 last night. He was confined to the New Hanover county jail under $250 bond, according to police. Hippopotamuses often weigh more than four tons. —FOR— CORRECT TIME CALL 2-3575 j —FOR— Correct Jewelry VISIT The JEWEL BOX Wilmington’s Largest Credit Jewelers 109 N. Front St. Whhhi NOTICE Beer And Wine Dealers City and County License Expire April 30th, 1947 Before new license can be issued it is necessary to file an application to sell beer or wine with the undersigned. Any person, firm or corporation selling without a license is liable to indictment for violating said ordinance. C. R. Morse, City and County Tax Collector VESSEL HELD IN LIBEL SUIT HERE The fishing vessel “Sea Gull” was yesterday afternoon attached by U. S. Deputy Marshal Walter Hatch on a court order following the tiling of a libel suit against the ship. The suit against the “Sea Gull”, her engines, tackle, equipments, etc., was filed by J. P. Pretlow as owner ot Hamme Marine Rail way, Inc., tor $1,046.96 allegedly due the company for labor and materials used in repairs on the vessel. The owner of the ship whose name was not given in the suit, has until May 8 to show cause why the ship should not be sold for the amount claimed, interest, and court costs, according to J. Douglas Taylor, U. S. clerk of court. IN RESPECT TO THE MEMORY OF MR. HENRY FORD Founder of the Ford Motor Company OUR SALES AND SERVICE DEPTS. WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY TODAY, THURSDAY, APRIL 10TH. Cape Fear Motor Sales, Inc. "Your FORD Dealer" Mothers... YOU CAN JOIN WITH US in feeding the hungry children of Europe. H. J. Heinz Company is giving outright to these children one mil lion packages of Baby Food. In addition, we stand ready to give one package of Baby Food for every package of Heinz Baby Food bought by mothers throughout the United States this week, from April 7 through April 12. This much needed food will be distributed in Europe by the American Friends Service Committee, a Quaker relief organization. The Committee will allot the Baby Food to the neediest children regardless of nationality, race or religion. THE NUMBER OF PACKAGES WE SEND IS UP TO YOU "The gift of the Heinz Company means life and hope for human beings otherwise doomtd. It also means that the warm heart of America still beats true. Now millions of Americans can have a direct share in giving food to hungry children. Other companies may find ways of taking similar action through the relief agencies of their choice, opening wide the floodgates of American generosity. It is as certain as the stars in their courses that there can be no peace where children are starving.u AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE* MAIL THIS COUPON to H. J. Heinz Company so we will know bow much Baby Food to send to 9 Europe’s hungry children. * Should you care to make a financial contribution to the American Friends Service Committee, send it to them at 20 South 12th St., Philadelphia 7, Fa. H. J. HEINZ COMPANY, Bo* 57 PITTSBURGH, PA. Gentlemen: I want to help feed Europe’s hungry children. I harre just pnrrhawl —.— packages of Heinz Baby Food for my baby. I under stand you will send an equal amount to hungry babies ht Europe without farther obligation on my part. Namu------_D*«e Addresa--0*7*-***** Purchased from -—--— ■ you prefer, a postal card with the abow infarmatioo wiH b* aaiMatmy.