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U. S. Police Lieutenant To Re-Organize
Entire Force In Republic Os Liberia
FuJ) Course in Beauty Culiurp
and Clashes in Personality and
For Information Write:
Mrs. Christiana J. Pitts
too FAST MARTIN STREET
Raleigh, N C.
County and City Tax Department
LIST VOI R 1958 RALEIGH TOWNSHIP
AND CITY OF RALEIGH TAXES
BEGINNING JANUARY 2ND
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY—B:3O A M. TO 5:15 F.M.
At East Davie St. Across Street From
City Hall, Next to Advance Store *
All other townships will he listed with the list taker
in your respective township.
List your real estate, aH personal property including
eutomobiirs and dogs. Ail male persons between the
ages of 21 and 50 years of age required to list poll
The law requires that taxes be listed in the month of
January. A penalty of 10% will be added for failure to
list. List now and avoid this penalty.
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317 Fayetteville St-
LOUISVILLE, Ky. Formal ac
ceptance of an offer made by the
government of the Republic of Li
beria to re-organize its national po
lice force was consummated last
week by A. Wilson Edwards, Lieu
tenant of Police of this city. The
appointment was made through the
efforts of Liberian Ambassador to
the United States George Padmore
and vice-president Tolbert of that
West African republic, respective
ly, to secure a police office of Lieu
tenant Edwards' calibre.
Edwards’ leave of absence
from the Louisville Police De
partment for one year was
granted December 23. His re
puted salary in the Liberian
post is from 8 to 10 thousand
dollars per year, plus all ex
penses. The lieutenant and his
S N A K I! N IU R (i
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Tires & Recapping
* Tubeless Specialist*
ONE DAY'S SERVICE
Town & Country
118 S. Dawson St. TE 3-5701
RALEIGH, N. C.
wife, Rose Lila, will sail from
New York City for Monrovia,
eapitol city of the republic,
February I, 1938.
Edwards is a veteran of 22 years’
service with the local police force.
He has served in both the Second
District and the detective bureau.
His present assignment is as chief
of the Special Services Bureau
which was organized primarily for
the purpose of tracking down hard
lo-find persons named in warrants
Edwards, who resides at 1023
South Western Parkway, was re
commended for the consulting po
sition by Washington, D. C., police
officials. He had the endorsement
of the State Department.
In a statement about the appoint
ment, W, G. Matton, Safety Di
rector of Louisville, said: "The se
lection of Lieutenant Edwards for
this post is a compliment to our
The Republic of Liberia, having
numerous ties with the United
States was founded by freed A
merican slaves under a movement
supported by the U, S Govern
ment. The Liberian government,
headed by William V. S. Tubman,
has a constitution similar to that
of the United States.
Made Enviable Record
Born in Frankfort, Ky., in 1903.
Edwards is the youngest of 3 ehll
| dren He received his early educa
j tion in Louisville and Youngstown,
! Ohio. He later studied at La Salle
i Business College and the Interna
tional Correspondence School of
Hr has taken F. 8.1. courses in
police detection. Lieutenant Ed-
I wards is also the rirst and only
Negro graduate of the Southern
Police Institute of the University of
Louisville. The Institute is a grad
uate school for police officers of
Lieutenant Edwards joined
the Louisville rolire Depart
ment Nov. i. 1534. After serving
two years as a patrolman, he
was promoted to the rank of
detective. In the examination
for police sergeant In 1943. Ed
wards was number i on the eli
gible list with a rating of 92.23.
Handsome, neatly groomed at all
times, soft spoken and unusually
gentle in demeanor, Edwards
! would hardly be recognized as an
i officer of the iaw when seen iri
| “street clothes.” However, police
records show that two medals for
expert marksmanship, mastery of
the art of self-defense, plus numer
ous citations from the Police de
partment for his detection of mast
er criminals, leading to ultimate
convictions, are proof of the lieu
Edwards has figured in solving
many notorious crimes in and ou'
Pastures are your cheapest
source of livestock feed.
The grants supplement $33,000
! in scholarships the service origin -
| ally helped the students to obtain
1 from their colleges.
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ASSIST WITH BANQUET —
Meredith College staff mem
bers assisting with the annual
Christmas banquet recently
pictured here arc, left to right.
Thomas Burred, Harry Duns
ton„ Willie Morgan, Ben Mor
gan and Leroy Stewart. Os
these men, Dunston has senior
ity at the college, having been
with its staff f or 28 years.
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14 and 15 INCH TIRES RE-CAPPED
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428 s. McDowell st. phone te 2-0571
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WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1958
Kill hogs when the temperature
fall below 50 degrees,
2 bedrooms, living room, kitchen
and bath. Stove, refrigerator
heater, water furnished $45
Apply in person Tel. 3-1102
January 1,1958, you must have Auto
Liability Insurance in order to get vour
1958 auto license plate,
SEE US NOW ...
About this all important Insurance, and
avoid the rush!
ACME REALTY COMPANY
129 E. HARGETT ST. RALEIGH, N C.
DIAL TEmplc 2-0956
INSURED SAVINGS DEPOSITS
from 9 A.M. to 12 No„tt
We pay the Intangible Tax
The Hood System industrial Bank
fj§§ 122 S. Salisbury St.
Raleigh, N. ( ,
Happy Khmer New Year.
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