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Raleigh, North Carolina
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THE NEWS AND OBSERVER RALEIGH WEDNESDAY MORNING APRIL I 1942 Interior of New Theatre New Theatre Opens Here Tonight 0017177717171770 4 ARMY HOSPITAL PLANNED IN Ns COLONY THEATRE TO OPEN TONIGHT tV 1:4 hospital to be constructed 1211110 diately While no estimate of the cost was made Weaver said he understood it would represent an investment of between 83000000 and $5000000 The hospital which would be one of the largest operated by the Army was expected to be completed within four or five month Waver said The hospital will be five miles from the 800-bed Veterans Tuber ruler Hospital at Oteen EiU 1500-Bed Hospital To Be Built at State Test Farm at Swannanoa A t) Seam mffffom Hayes Barton Movie Will Be Opened by Governor 'A Former Neighbor The Colony Theatre Raleigh's latest motion-picture house will be opened on Glenwood Avenue with sirrp'e ceremonies tonight at 8:20 The theatre is Raleigh's second 'neighborhood playhouse" the Varsty having opened last Novem Farm Curb Market Sanford March sales on the Sanford curb market on Saturday were $11052 Eighteen farm women offered farm product and pantry supplies for sale Washington March 31---(4)---Representative Weaver (D-NC) said today that the North Carolina State Test Farm at Swannanoa near Asheville had been selected as the site for a 1500-bed Army general 3 4sovnts: tin -1S Crat1T-1S NI 11 -4 ION 5 Congratulations and Best Vishes 4 The interior of the Colony Theatre is strictly modern Deep comfortable sesta are set wider apart than usual enabling a person to pass in front of you while you remain seated The theatre Is completely air-conditioned and features modern colorful designs on walls and on the stage To I 1 Our Best Vishes To The COLEIY Theatre Carolina Builders Corporation 7 4 4 The new Colony Theatre at Five Points in Hayes Barton the exterior of which is shown here opens tonight at 8 o'clock This new neighborhood theatre is modern In every respect and presents several features new here Including a semiautomatic entrance that eliminates the taking up of tickets The COLOHY Theatre PLASTERING By JACItS011 Co ber Governor Broughton "a former reighbor" of the Hayes Barton cornnuruty is scheduled to take part in tonights exercises Allred WilllarnS Jr co-lessor with Grimes WilEarns will introduce Mayor Graham Andrews The movie feature will be "Tour Jacks and a Jill" starring Anne Shirley and Ray Bolger This is the move's first appearance in Raleigh Tne Colony plans to feature return runs of the most popular pictures A special children's matinee of cartoon movies will be held each Saturday at 10 a Ample Seating Space Feature of the new movie house xvill be its ample seating arrangements The theatre's seating is 603 The seats will be 21 and inches wide The standard theatre seat is 18 inches in width There be 4114 inches between rows of seats the usual space is 32 Inches and the American Seating Company of Grand Rapids seating experts claims that It has records ef no wider seating aisles The theatre is owned by a North Carolina firm Joint owners are A Little and Beddingfield both of Charlotte and White Jr of Asheboro The firm operates Anti-Rabies Drive Smithfield March 31--The annual anti-rabies campaign will get underway in Johnston County this week under the direction of Dr Boyette and Dr Nelms local veterinarians who have been appointed by Dr Grady county health officer Dr Nelms will be In charge of dog vaccinations in the northern half of the county while Dr Boyette will have the southern portion of his territory one or more opponents who have not yet definitely announced their candidacy but it is likely that the 1Clerk of Court Rose and Coroner Booker may have no opposition 1119 DAWSON IT DIAL 2-2500 EMMMMP PELLEY PUBLICATION SUSPENDED IN INDIANA Noblesville Ind March The Fellowship Press which published the Boll Call and later the Galilean under the management of William Dudley Pel ley formerly of the Silver Shirts ofAmerica today announced suspension of the Galilean An office attache said: the firm would limit its work to publishing books The Roll Call was 'suspended after the United States declared war on the Axis last December VASS TEACHERS TO AID IN PLAY ON THURSDAY Vass March and students of Vass-Lakeview School here will present "Cool Knights" in the school auditorium at 8 in Thursday Included in the cast of the play are James Stevens Tuppin Alexander Curtis Everette A Mac Cameron Dutch Hudson Graham Bailey and Buddy McRae Catharine Caviness Juanita Thompson Lorene Blue Margaret Bettini Bunk Kelly and Edith Coore Faculty members participating will be Miss Bessie Cameron Mrs McMillan Mrs Ruth Gardner Miss Katherine Graham Miss Margaret Kelly Mrs Swett and Miss Eva Kirkman Directing wiU be Miss Dolores Hamilton of Greensboro Miss Janet Rosser is to be at the piano Poultry Sales Sanford March Sanford Poultry and Egg Market sold approximately 7000 pounds of poultry for about $1500 at the weekly auction sale on Saturday During the past week about 3000 dozen eggs were handled on the market OFFICE-SEEKERS FILE IN JOHNSTON COUNTY Smithfield March 31----Po Mica Is taking some attention from thoughts of the war as new or old candidates for office continue announcing their intention of being in the race Three present officers Sheriff Rose Clerk of Court Rose and Coroner Booker have paid the required fees to the county board of elections and made sure their names will be on the Democratic primary ballots The only other candidate who had paid his fee at the last report was Conrad Parker of near Princeton who Is opposing Marvin Creech for treasurer Parker stated In January his Intention of entering the race Sheriff Rose Is expected to have Success To The COLOUY THEATRE MMHG and Farago Plana Goldsboro March SI Frank McInnis chairman of the executive conuntitee of the salvage group announced Monday that Goldsboro will be divided into zones for the salvage work and the first canvass of a zone will be held Saturday 1 In thi was happy in this was happy I COUGRATULATIOUS' to the New Colony Theatre All Electrical Wonl modern new Thec done by us We ar to hcrve had a pc construction I COUGRATULATIOUS' to the New polony Theatre i All Electrical Work modern new Theatre done by us We are All Electrical Work modern new Theatre done by us We are to have had a part construction SHEET METAL WOME Done By in its "THEN COLONY" FORMAL VI MIMS Peace at Halifax Dial 8912 I I 1 irl Thompson Electrical 1 20 Hargett St Service Since 1907 Co Phone 2-2019 I 't Best Wishes to the New srerdwkh TONIGHT two theatres in Charlotte one eachl Postmaster Gordon Olvey said a in Greensboro Durham and Ashe-trecent issue of the Galilean was boro The firm opened the Wake barred from the mails- He gave no here in June 1932 specific reason but said "it was not Theatre Staff mailable and did not go along the Willard Croom manager of the lines that it should have done" Wake since August 1939 will be Pel ley is free on bond pending resident manager of the Colony an appeal from his conviction at His assistants will be Johnny Rae Asheville on charges of and Alec Brock The two cashiers fraudulent stock dealing will be Mrs James Arnold and Jeannie Wilkerson Through aunique TWO S-FINANCED meter system the theatre will not PLANTS WITHIN STATE need ticket-takers Proper change will be made by the cashier and Washington March the patron will deposit the price Carolina and South Carolina are far of admission in the turnstile Ed down the list of states In the numGricsom will be janitor ber of government financed war in-The theatre was built at a total dustry over $25000 according to a investment of $65000 by tabulation released by RepresentaMarsh Charlotte architect and tive Bender (R-Ohio) Trogdon Asheboro contractor It Bender gave out the figures which is air-conditioned he said were cumulative from June Price of admission for children 1940 through January 31 to show will be 10 cents at all time Price that his state led all other in the for adults will be 15 cents at mati- number of projects and was third nee and 20 cents at night to Michigan and Pennsylvania in White who has been supervising amount the installation and opening plans North Carolina and South Caro-has been in the theatre business for lina each were listed as having only 21 years He opened his first theatre two government financed war in 19 at Asheboro when he vras plants with the North Carolina only 20 years old and needed his amount being $10406000 and South father's signature on the lease Carolina's $24021000 White native of Randolph County married the former Rufine War of VIELCOLIE Asheboro They have one son Alex who will be a year old tomorrow 11E101100U a day after the opening School Dental Exams and congratulations to you Goldsboro March 31 Dental on the opening of Raleigh's work which will last until about Finest Neighborhood Theatre June 1 began Monday in Goldsboro and Wayne County schools and is BARBOUR'S being done by Dr A Early dentist of the State Board of ESSO STATIOU Health The program is conduct- 'Service That Satisfies" ed every spring in Wayne schools Braxton Barbour 5 Pohlts and has been going on since 1933! Dr Early said This year however DIAL 5645 there will be an extra man assist- i ing in the work TWO S-FINANCED PLANTS WITHIN STATE Washington March Carolina and South Carolina are far down the list of states in the number of government financed war industry over $25000 according to a tabulation released by Representative Bender (R-Ohio) Bender gave out the figures which he said were cumulative from June 1940 through January 31 to show that his state led all other in the number of projects and was third to Michigan and Pennsylvania in amount North Carolina and South Carolina each were listed as having only two government financed war plants with the North Carolina' amount being $10406000 and Southl Carolina's $24021000 COUGRATULATIOUS TO THE COLONY THEATRE DOORS OPEN 8 PROGRAM 8:20 C091011 jhi21Art ON THE FORMAL OPENING OF RALEIGH'S NEWEST MOST MODERN THEATRE All The Plate Glass and Minor Work Was Done By RALEIGH GLASS minnon co GLASS FOR ALL PURPOSES 110 West Davie St Rakish Raleigh tit Vek S14 4' no Modern 'T AA FRIGIDAIRE -(s) ELECTRIC oMb Woo Water Coo lor 1-01 ft OIN for the copvenience of their patrons was sold and installed by us ANOTHER READY-MIXED CONCRETE JOB BEST WISHES To COLONY THEATRE AMES Manager L' dr Electrical Appliance Division CONGRATULATIONS To Our New Neighbor The COLONY It Is Indeed a pleasure to welcome you our community TOWN COUNTRY SHOP WZa-14 p-o1tN(1- 4 Stephenson's music Co 5 Poh Its 1622 Glenwood Ave We're Glad To Have Been Able To Furnish 121 Fayetteville St Phone 2-2019 taLz Congratulations and Best Wishes To The 001011Y Theatre k)N 0-sts 1 I 11 On Allii BARBER py SHOP royer And Lounge Of The Colony Theatre FEATURING: For the 0 Ha 0 I 0 The i Modern New (Diplom( The Modern New col Clear-View floor construction Each individual seat provides perfett vision of the screen WELCOME NEIGHBOR BEST WISHES TO Tho COLCUY Thoatio GILL'S SERVICE STATIO11 Our policy now due to war conditions is to furnish STEEL only for defense projects We thank our customers for their cooperative attitude Admission by Automatic Tickets No Ticket Taker Select-Your-Own-Seat Indirect Lighting Seats S-P-A-C-E-D for between crowded standing up for other patrons to pass Extra wide Aviation styled chairs with feather-foam edge the pressure off the POPLITEAL (The delicate area of the leg just behind the knee) Home Owned and Operattd-5 Points Hayes Barton General Electric year round Complete Air Conditioning Century projection system with RCA Magic Voice of the Screen And many other Innovations PEDEN STEEL CO Congratulations and Bost Wishes To Our New Neighbor The COLONY Theatre PREMIERE PROGRAM FROM: The Two Dave and All The Boys at a 1 POWELL GRIFFIS AT 3 POINTS DIAL 7561 OPEIIIIIG 'MIGHT AT 8 THE netatre "The Finest Neighboroo I Theatre In the South" Was Constructed By IQ IE Irrogdon Genera Contractor Asheboro Ceremonies Will Be Broadcast Over WRAL Beginning at 8:15 Alfred Williams Master of Ceremonies Presenting John Park Sr leading community sing Mayor Graham Andrews and a former resident of the community Gov Broughton COLONY THEATRE I Welcome and Best Wishes To Our NEXT DOOR NEIGHBOR The COLONY Theatre On The Formal Opening Of One Of The South's Finest Neighborhood Theatres VISIT OUR FOUNTAIN AFTER THE SHOW We extend best wishes to the owners and management of this fine neighborhood Theatre First Raleigh Showing of ANN SHIRLEY and RAY BOLGER in "FOUR JACKS AND A JILL" COLONY NEWS and DISNEY CARTOON Continuous Showing Daily at 1:30 Starting Thursday 'PHONE 2-12 1 2 Alfred 'Williams a Co r'P'N 3hanidin21 119 Fayetteville St Dial 7767 120 Wilmington St Raleigh 005) elv I i lIT Lti HAYES BARTON PHARMACY I POINTS HATES BARTON DIAL MI DEFENSE STAMPS SOLD HERE I.

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