Newspaper Page Text
\flfan Is Innocent Until Proven
foiltyls The Admonition Here Qf Recorder C. Winfield Smith ROGER CONANT tf'r-Nevvs Staff Writer 8 V ir.istration of justice is '»? Le ’thing, but Recorder’s i;e‘a;ucise H. Winfield Smith lO'jrt admonition set forth ^Urited States constitution niar is innocent until guilty beyond all reason is not one. of thos -ho seeks to display his IS*8.,,.' i,% being particularly , 'those brought before ^ ' ^tractions of the law. SMITH ir, alter near ing tlie testi mony of wit nesses, there is a point which is not clearly defined. Judge Smith will assume the role of defense or prosecuting coun sel, as the case may be, and ask enough questions to clear up the in £UH"-U. rJ.jj iast week, for example, a was presented in court in mar. and his wife were "“L to get along together. The ^fe> parents of several chil ;;;r a;e expecting another ad L io the family, t'jja, Srriti; heard the evidence, • presented by the wife, and 'no-t the man was asked to tell ri story, he said he had nothing Yay. "In other words, you do c: wart to aruge with your wife,” Ijjte Smith said. ‘.fhat is right, your honor.” te man said. -poes this man support you and w children?” Judge Smith ask i the wife "Yes sir.” she said. "Youhave enough to eat, a house ad clothes1/'' he questioned furth “Yes sir,” the woman said. Judge Smith then took advant age of his judicial position and delivered a scorching lecture to both, the man and the woman, telling them not to shirk tneir responsibility, to care for their children and provide a home for them. He closed his address by pointing out the excessive costs of a separation where children are involved in addition to the emo tional strain, it places on the entire family. # This writer seldom makes pre dictions, but this is one time when he wall offer odds that this man and woman will never be before Judge Smith again and that a home was kept together by hi* advice. STATE NEWS BRIEFS SULLIVAN NAMED PRESIDENT ASHEVILLE, June- 21.—(/P(—F. H. Sullivan, vice-president and com ptroller of the Atlantic Greyhound Bus Lines, Charleston, W. Va., has been elected president of the South eastern Bus Accountants Associa tion which is holding its third an nual convention here. BENSON SONG FIRST TODAY DUNN, June 21.— (IP) -Four county preliminaries were held at Benson todya for the 27th annual state singing convention which will be staged tomorrow. SOUTHERN BELL EXPANDS WINSTON-SALEM, June 21.— (U.R)—Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. today proceeded with plans for a $300,000 addition to its toll offices here after gain ing approval of the office of the Housing Expediter. The project Papa Objects To Widows Interest In His Son MRS. BEATRICE GHILOMI, 24-year-old widow , and her five-year-old daughter, Judith, look ad miringly upon 17-year-old Anthony Lembo at the home of her parents in New York after Mrs. Ghilomi’s appearance in court to answer a complaint of the boy’s father. Papa Lembo asked the court to make the young widow stop seeing his son. But Judge Henry A. Soffer dismissed the case with the comment that a court cannot rule on love’s disregard for disparity of age.—(AP Wirephoto.) will add a fourth floor to the prcs-j sent building. CLEMSON STUDENT DIES CLEMSON, S. C„ July 21.—(/P)— F. S. McFadden, Jr., of Rock Hill, a student at Clemson College, was found dead in bed this morning by roomates. Dr. Lee Milford, college physician, said he had suffered a heart attack. STATE WINE CONTROL MEET GREENSBORO, June 21,—(IP)— The annual meeting of the North Carolina Association for wine con trol will be held in Raleigh next Thursday. CIO ORGANIZER GETS STAY RALEIGH, June 21.—(JP)—A Stay of execution in the case of Philip Milton Koritz, CIO labor organizer who was sentenced in Forsyth to 12 months following strike dis orders in Winston-Salem last sum mer, was signed today by associate Justice M. V. Barnhill of the State Supreme court. FAYETTEVILLE MAN DIES FAYETTEVILLE, June 21—(^P)— Henry A. Rankin, about 70, an amateur botanist and with his brother an operator of the Douglas Manufacturing company, a pioneer plywood and veneer plant, died to day in a Fayetteville hospital. WEATHER DAMAGES CROPS RALEIGH, June 21.—(A*)—High winds accompanied by heavy rain and hail struck in Wake, Chatham North Carolina last night, causing and Wayne counties of eastern more than $100,000 loss in tobacco and corn crops and property dam age. No one was hurt. MRS. BARBEE’S FUNERAL SET GREENSBORO, June 21.—(/P)— Funeral for Mrs. Jennie Jones Barbee, 93, of 1606 Wright avenue, teacher and writer who died at 11:05 p. m. yesterday at Wesley Long hospital following serious illness for two weeks, will be held at Brown funeral hpme, Raleigh, at 3 p. m. today with Dr. L. E. M. Freeman officiating. An application of -.self-polishing wax to shelves covered with oil cloth will prevent dilshes from sticking and make them easier to clean. 9 ... With A Light Future «• New Shipment SUMMER PLASTICS Your summer wardrobe isn’t complete without at least one on these smart handbags. They give any ensemble a “lift”. Made of beautiful plastic leather and smart plastic patent in a variety of lovely styles in all white and smart color combinations. ALL WHITE BROWN & WHITE NAVY & WHITE BLACK & WHITE MULTI COLOR Special $2-98 a NYLONS McCrary Seam-Reminder Nylons ' My seams are arrow-straight because I wear seam reminder n>Ton stockings”. See these lovely Nylons in our hosiery department. 45 Gugge — 30 Denier (Sizes 8V2 to IOV2) - $1.35 Paii 51 Guage — 30 Denier (Long Lengihs -- Sizes 10 io 11)_$1.65 Pair Bareleg No-Seam Nylon Nudes They have that bareleg look that makes them compliment invit lnK. Here they are in sizes 8 1-2 to 10 1-2 and 30 Denier. Hosiery de partment, First Floor. $^.40 — $1-50 Pair HOSIERY DEPARTMENT I •Lovely Fashions By The Yard Imported Crepe De Chine Prints It’s the leader in summer fashion fabric for lovely new dresses. These lovely fabrics in colorful prints are 36 inches wide. Special $2-98 Yd. SHADOW SHEERS Beautiful shadow sheers that make such lovely summer dresses. Come in and see the selection oi plain colors in this 39 inch wide fabric. $1.98 yd. RAYON SHEER PRINTS You’ll enjoy making and wearing a new dress made from these lovely sheer prints. This fabric is 39 inches wide. $1.39—$1.48 yd. RAYON FLAT CREPE Plain colors . . . pink, light blue, aqua maize and white for your lovely blouses, dresses and lingerie. This fabric is 42 inches wide. WHITE SHARKSKIN For your bath suits play suits and dresses you’ll want lovely white sharkskin. A beautiful fabric to in clude in your summer wardrobe. 98c yd. SWISSDOWN ORGANDY Cool, cool swissdown organdy for lovely summer dresses in pink, light blue, maize, red and white. A 36 inch wide fabric. 98c yd. SHEER MUSLIN PRINTS For your lovely summer house dresses it’s sheer muslin prints in colorful patterns. This fabric is 36 inches wide. 79c yd. MUSLIN AND VOILE PRINTS Here is the perfect fabric for summer house dresses. Cool, color ful muslin and voile prints. 36 inch es wide. 59c yd. BASKET WEAVE PRINTS An ideal fabric for your summer home and beach cottage draperies. Lovely prints in a choice of colors. 36 inches wide. 48c yd. d'orever Sflattering ANKLETS We’ve made a special pur chase of 100 dozen of these love ly turndown anklets and are passing them On to you at a savings. They’re mercerized cot ton in beautiful pastel shades for the girls and dark colors for the boys. We have them in sizes 6 to 10 1-2. Special 2 5C pa,r DURA-COLOR For carefree washing you’ll want Dura-Color anklets. They’re color safe to wash with other fabrics and have beautiful colors afier wash ing.. See them in pastel and dark colors and stripes. Sizes 6 1-2 to 10 1-2. Fancy Tops, Sizes 6 io 8V2 Solid Colors, Sizes 6 io IOV2 Boy's Siripes, Sizes 6 io 8V2 •a pair 0 U. S. Trying To Strangle 1 British, Says Polish Red - - AP NEWSFEATUKES WARSAW. — Vice-Premier Wl adyslaw Gomulka says American capitalism is trying to strangle Great Britain. The fiery secretary-general of the Communist . backed Polish Workers party told a workers rally that Russians, Poles, and all other Salvonic peoples want peace but American capitalists have found war to be profitable, and were stiffening their attitude against the British. 1= Reviewing war sufferings of European nations, Gomulka said: “Not every country, however, suffered from the war. The United States of America, for instance, earned much money on it. “That country was not devas tated by the war and American capitalists got during the period 1941-1945 the sum of $52,000,000, 000. "According to American econ omists the amount of money spent by every American family for military purposes were $12 in 1913, $36 in 1939 and $500 in 1947. “If one asks the defender* ol the capitalistic system what is tha reason for such high expenditures for military purposes, he will get a deceitful and full-of-lie answer that. it is for reasons of security of that country. “But who can threaten them? There is an old answer — the , U.S.S.R. But behind this deceitful answer is the insatiable appetite of monopolistic American capital which is reaching out for the petrol reserves of the world, for the British colonies. Japanese in dustry, and for domination in the world." Dial 2-3311 For Newspaper Service OUTSTANDING VALUES in Summer of loo r Coverings SALE OVAL RUSH RUGS At Almost Vi Price It was a special purchase of these genuine imported West Indies Oval Rush Rugs that enables us to offer a limited quantity of them at these ridiculously low prices. They’re hand woven rugs, imported direct from the Island of Haiti, W. I., and are woven from the toughest native palm fibre. These rugs - j sewed with heavy sisal cord which insures longer wear and better service. They’re ideal for your town or beach home and are made to with stand rough treatment and all weather conditions. Now is the time to get your Oval Rush Rugs during this sensational low price sale. REGULAR SALE SIZE PRICE PRICE 9x12'.$55.98 $32.40 6 x 12 . 38.50 21.60 6 x 9... 32.50 16.20 4x6. 12.95 7.20 3 x 5 . 8.50 4.50 2 x 4 . 4.48 2.45 15” x 30”. 1.50 79e RUSH SQUARES Here is the ideal floor covering, made of tough palm fibre, for your beach cottage or town home. It can be readily fitted to your room requirements. 25c “ 35c ~ 45c PerSq. F‘ PLYTEX FIBRE RUGS The sturdy fibre rugs that were designed, and are suitable, for year 'round use in either your beach, country or town home. They’re woven in colorful floral patterns that will add beauty to your rooms. Size Price 9 x 15. $32.50 9 x 12. 24.50 8’3” x 10’6”. 22.50 6x9...... 14.95 4’6” x 7’6”. 10.95 36” x 63”. 5.50 27” x 54”. 3.95 RATTANIA FIBRE RUGS Colorful, strong fibre rugs that are the perfect floor cov ering for your beach cottage. They’re tightly woven of strong rattan with fabric bind ing at each erd. These Ratta nia rugs can be matched for color in any two, or all sizes desired. 9 x 15.$19.95 9x12. 14.95 8 x 10. 13.95 6x12. 12.50 6x9. 9.95 4x7. 6.50 36” x 63” . 3.48 27” x 54” .. 2.48 ALL WOOL RUGS Don’t fail to visit our rug department and see these lovely new 9x12 and 9x15 all wool rugs that we’ve just received. The beautiful soft tones ... the rich deep pile . . . the lovely colonial and self-tone patterns will invite many compliments. See them in our rug department today.