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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, April 07, 1973, Page 7A, Image 7

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' ri .a i -- - - ' ' i - W ' UH tA THE CAROLINA TlMt sai., ar m'.o hurhamfflllAU) IS III IIUIII VVIIVyV a at ff Kecipieni ot y I f rvvv wiuin J. J. W. BUI, Vlce-Pred-dent of Durham College, an oaneed today that the col lag baa been awarded a $17. ooo grant from the Environ mental Protection Agency. The one year EPA grant fundi will be used to train and upgrade watte water and sanitary plant operator in Durham and surrounding counties. Environmental sci ence courses will be provided to upgrade employees to Class n and Class HI positions. The program is open to any city or county employee with a minimum Class I certificate. Mori Cotctrt nm I The E w Brook Scholar ship Committee will sponsor a Musical Concert for the benefit of the Scholarship Fund at Allen Chapel A M. E Church in Boxboro, on Sunday, April 8, from to 7 p.m. The public i invited to attend. All music lovers will enjoy hearing Reverdy Ransom, IV of Shaw University and Dur ham, and Roy Melton, Tenor of Orange High School, Hills borough, in concert. Mem bers friends and donors may make their 1973 contribu tions at this time. Rev. L W. Knight, Pastor Mrs. Clara M. Jones, Committee Chairman NORTH CAROLINA DURHAM COUNTY NOTICE OF SALE UNDER AND BY VIRTUE of the power of sale contain ed in a certain Deed of Trust executed by MARIE A. CLAYTON, (Widow), and re corded in Mortgage Book 857, at page 169, in the Of fice of the Register of Deeds of Durham County, North Carolina, default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness thereby secured and said Deed Trust being by the terms thereof subject to foreclosure, the undersigned wDl offer for sale at' Public Auction to the highest bidder for cash at the Courthouse Door in Durham County, North Carolina, at NOON on the 4th day of May, 1978, the property conveved in said 5 - flb..4 ltt biima Itttntf ur.r.u oi mini, lire uw and being in the County of Durban and Stale of North Carolina, in Durham Town ship, and more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at the north west intersection of Pickett and Moore Streets, and run ning thence along and with the north side of said Moore Street. North 89 degrees 24' West 18S feet to a stake, southeast corner of Lot No. 11; thence along and with the East line of said lot. North 0 deg. 36 East , 92 feet to a stake; southwest corner of Lot No. 8; . thenee along and with the south line of said lot. South deg, 24' East 1279 feet jflW on the west side of sard frotevt, Street, South 4 deg. V East 94.3 feet to a stake on the north side of Moore Street. the point of Beginning, ana being lots 9 and 10, of the Prnnertv of OVUUI ST m The New Hope Realty Com pany, as per. plat and survey thereof now on. file in the Office of the Register of Beads of Durham County in Plat Book 3, page 58, to which reference is hereby made for a -more particular description or sato. SAVING AND JWjWMPw THERE FROM strip conveyed to the City of Durham by Deed Book 87. page 317. JAW This ' PROPERTY will be sold subject to all prior en cumbrances and taxes and all 1972 ad valorem taxes and assessments. & i THIS SALE will remain open for ten (10) days to r ceive increased bids, as re quired by law. THIS Srd day of April, 1973. J, J. Henderson, Trustee William A. Marsh, Jr., : 'Attorney A 1 Id 9.1 snrl 9Jt. 1073 ',' f ' ----- ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE DURHAM COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA Having qualified as admin istrator of the estate of Mark Marvel Atkinson, this is to notify all persons having claims against the estate of Mark Marvel Atkinson to present them to the under signed within six months from the date of the first publica tion of this notice or same will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to j said estate, please make im mediate payment. This 17th day of March, 1973 2 Bank, Administrator Estate of Mark Marvel Atkinson 116 W. Parrish Street Durham, North Carolina 27701. March 17, 24, 31, and ApriLT, 1973- A. Spauldrng Jr ToGet U.N.C. Exe. Certificate CHAPEL HILL Asa T. Spaulding, Jr., President of Information Services Corpo ration, Durham will receive the Certificate of Completion in the Executive Program graduation exercises to be held April 8 at the Univer sity of North Carolina School of Business Administration here. Vernon R. Alden, Chair man of the Board, The Bos ton Company, will deliver the main address. Forty executives from N. C., Virginia and South Car olina Arms will be awarded he certificates by UNC Chancellor N. Ferebee Tay lor. Rollie Tillman, Director of The Executive Program This is the 20th Group to graduate from The Executive Program which began in 1963. The advanced study course, designed for men and women in management, covers a va riety of business and econom ics mtofa'titAi. si Spaulding htt completed over 120 hour of classroom instruction; 80 hours in small group seminars, and some 250 hour Of reading awl preparation. Fair Oak Avenue, Pasadena, California, Thursday, April 8 at 10:00 AM. Strong, 81, died suddenly March 31 (Saturday) at hi home, 1400 No. Arroyo Blvd. Pasadena. In lieu of flowers the fam ily asks that interested friends contribute funds to the Little Braves Program of tthe Palm Street Branch of the YMCA, Altadena, Califor nia. : in addition to Mrs. Scar borough, Strong is survived by his mother, Mrs. Emma Jane Strong; C. Strong, wife, and daughter, Sylvia of Pasa dena; two sisters, Mrs. Jessie S. Thompson, and Mr. Odes sa S. Johnson, both of Mid dletown, Ohio; four brothers, Joseph "T., of Middletown, O. and Thomas, Arthur, and 6rant all of Washington, D. C. Ml. Vei Observance of Men's Day Sun. Last Rites Held For Bra. of Mrs. Service To Be Held At Mt. Zkn Maunday Thursday Service will be held Thursday, April 19, at 7:30 at Mt. Zion Church on FayetteviUe Street instead of St. Mark's Church as origi nally planned. Durham Con sistory No. 218 will conduct the service and all Scottish Rite bodies are invited to attend. The public is also invited to attend. littleMiss Jr. Missionary' to Be Crowned The Junior Missionary of St. Joseph AM.H. Church will crown "Little Miss Junior Mis sionary on Sunday, April 8, at 4:00 p.m. Thirteen little misses between the ages of' three and ten have been solicit ing support from their many friends. Each Junior Missionary at the church has been serving as sponsor for one of the little misses, The contestants include: Lit tle Misses Carol Brown, Carol Lynn Bolden, Jewel Marsh, Shelvett Herbin, Bridget Gary, Jamie Brown, Lynette Brooks, Sonia C. George, Jackie Mayo, Scarborough Funeral services for Ed ward C. Strong of Pasadena, California, brother of Mrs. Hattle S. Scarborough, Pur chasing Officer, at North Car olina Central University, will be held at the Woods-Valentine Mortuary, 1485 North GEARING UP Farmers in North Carolina and throughout the U. S. are expected to gear up for expanded production of many crops this year. As a result of changes in the 1973 program for cotton, wheat and feed grains, it is anticipated that there will be nearly 40 million fewer acres held out of production than last year under the set-aside provision. Church In Mount Vernon Baptist Church will observe Men's Day on Sunday, April 8. The Sunday School lesson, taught to all men by W. J. Kennedy, Jr. begins the observance. Dr. Edward D. McCreary, Pastor Mount Carmel Baptist Church, Richmond, Virginia will speak at the Morning Worship. Highlighting the Day's activi ties will be the presentation of the "Man of the Year Award" at the morning worship. Kennedy, internationally known for his business, civic and religious activities will be making his thirtieth ap pearance. Retired President of North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company and Chair man of many Boards of Di rectors, both locally and' nationally, he is a member of White Rock Baptist Church. He teaches the Moore Bible Class. For many years he has been president of the John Avery Boys Club, leading the community into building two buildings for the club. Dr. McCreary, a native of Williamsburg, Virginia, re ceived the A.B. degree from Virginia Union University; the B.D. degree from Andover- April Lawson, Melanie Ford, Charalyn Taylor and Talisha Mack. The public is cordially in vited to attend the crowning and Fashion Show on Sunday, at 4:00 p.m. at St. Joseph's A.M.E. Church. A reception will be held in honor of all the contestants. -Nofes Continued From Page 5A be held at the home of Mrs. Mary B. Love, April 14, at 8 o'clock, Rosedale Ave. Ask ing all presidents to please come to this meeting;. , SICK AND SHUT-INS Par Will, Kinston; Mrs. Vlr ginia Bridges, Mrs. . Lona Parker, Mrs. Lola Bullock, Mrs. Lucendia Jones, M Har ris, Mrs. Jennie Jones, Mrs. Elena Jones, Jake Pointer, Sammie Parker, Bill (Wil liam) Canrington, Joseph Wade, Mrs. Nellie Bailey, L. F. Warren, Claiborne Tapp, Sr., Charlie Atkins, Sr., Mrs. Olivia Harris, Mrs. Lucendia Parrish, Dovie G. Lunsford, Johnnie Tilley, Harvey Til ley, Mrs. Annie (Dep) Mack, Mr. Haley, Ward Rd. Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart; and ye shall find rest unto your souls: For my yoke is easy and my burden is light St. Matthew 11:2930 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE DURHAM COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA Having qualified as admin istrator of the state of Wau- n. T. ttii ie it, nfttifv all persons having claims istrator of the estate of Wau L Dooms to present them to the eundersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this no tice or same will be pleaded . ml it . in oar oi int'ii rewiTcijr. All presons indebted to said estate, please make im mediate payment. .u lib 17th day of March, 1973 , m Mechanics and Farmers Bank, Administrator Ettate Of wauna u. U$W. Parrish Street Durham, North Carolina ITU, . i llach 17, 24, 81, and April 7, 1 GOLD I I STICKER I I SALE 1 Get A Great Deal on a Good Car! : T A F0RD T0R,N0 2Door Hard,p solid rcd ,mish I m W with radio, heater, 3-spetd trammii$ion, Y-8 engine. :Regular$1495. NOW 1250 "II SUBARU 4-Door I N. f A PONTIAC 4-Door U Regular $2095 "fA CHEV. Caprice 2-Dr. f V 71 VEGA GT Wagon I L Regular $2595 A.O.A. book $1600 I l7e Lt PONTIAC Tempest 2 -Dr. $OCfi 07 Regulations 7JV M795 S04CA Regular $2495 AeWV VEGA GT Wagon Regular $2595 if OLDS Jatttar 4-Dr. Regular $595. LL OLDS Station Wagon 00 Regular $995 Regular $995. 71 M.YM. Gran Coupe I Regular $2595........ MPLYM Satellite 4-Dr. Regular $1695 LO PLYM. Fury 4 Dr. OO Regular $1195... IA PLYM. Sport Suburban 07 Regular $1795 TA ROADRUNNER 2 D, U Regular $1595 '2295 2395 M495 M595 M050 M450 0 OtDS Delta 88 4-Dr. V7 70 71 CRICKET 4-Door Regular $1995 MERCURY MONTEREY Regular $1995 Regular$1495 71 SCAMP ? -Dr. Hardtop I L Regular $2895 71 DODGE Dart 2 Dr. I Regular $2395. 79 CHRYSLER N Y. ML Regular $4695.,... 70 NEWPORT Custom ' L Regular $4 195 ...... Ltk IMPERIAL 2 Dr. 10 07 Regular $2295 J495 795 M92S M780; M370 2750 2295 $4295 3895 2150 ELKINS CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH Manium St. at Expressway, Downtown Durham 688-5514 DR. McCREARY Newton Theological School, Newton Center, Massachusetts and ThM. and Th.D. from Virginia Theological School, Richmond Virginia. He has done Post-Doctoral work at many outstanding Univ ersities, has been guest lecturer at several universities in the east and has traveled extensively abroad in twelve countries in Europe, Asia and Africa. Cur rently he is Professor of Re ligion and Philosophy at Vir ginia Union University. ppjil El ll LI 1 ft B We Retail The Best and Wholesale the Rest Here is Just A Sample Of Our Pine Pre-Owned Cars . . . .II oo loaded, foe. air, Bayberry. wblack H I DB 7 CADILLAC Coup, do Ville, J f ll loaaea, roc air, oo; top, beige leather int. GOCADULAC Sodon 4 e SOQQQ OQ VI lie, loaded, facta whiteblack 000 vinyl top. fifl CADILLAC Sedan SlH UIIU tr !r kl.klll vinyl top. 00 CHEVY Malibu 4-A. todan, p. $1 OOft gn steer and p. brakes, foe. air, light 000 bluewhite vinyl top. TM CHRYSLER Newport Cuttom, 4- OQQQ 1 I, p. steer and broke., fac. air, 300 dark blueblack vinyl top. MDATSUN Station Woaon, r(" lOftR white tires, luggage rack, red. 00 11 CADILLAC Coupe t tr AQQ I Ville, boded, fac. air. Doeskin jQO brown vinyl too, beige leather int. " OLDS Cwtfcnw 442. f. tteer and SOQQQ brakes, fee. air, p. seats, blueblue 000 vinyl top. fA OLDS DELTA SS 2-dr. ht, p. steer 1Q AAA I and brakes, fac. air, blockbeige 'JljDlJ vinyl top, beige leather int. w www "H OLDS DELTA SS 2-dr. hi, p. steer V)QQQ I J and brakes, bluewhite vinyl top. wOO CO Uw JAVEUN SST. P. Steer and brakes, Ji bucket seats, tac. air, ngm green- white vinyl top. 3488 M PONTIAC Firebird Conv., p. steer $4 "7QQ and brokes, fac. air, redwhite top. f 00 14 PLYMOUTH PUEY IH Curtom Sub- $0fiQQ urban 10-Pass. Wagon. P. steer- qQO ing end brakes, foe. air, lug. rack, dk. greengreen leather int. "lt PONTIAC LeMANS luxury $000 2, dan. P. steering and brakes, fac. jfOO OLDS 9S 4-Dr. Sedan, p. steer and tAAAA knlu inr. sir. Lisht areendark I 4KK green vinyl top. fcWWW 71 "1AOIDS Toronado. Loaded, fac. air, $0000 I II goldwhite top, white leather int. tfZOO 14 OLDS DELTA Cuetom,, p. $OQQQ I I steer and brakes, fac air, dark JjOO greenlight green vinyl top. 14J OLDS DELTA 4-Dr. h dork green- $0100 I light green vinyl top. 00 air, low miles. CADILLAC ELDORADO Coupe, loaded, stereo radio and tape, fire mist bluedark blue vinyl top blue leather int. 6188 1A CHRYSLER NEWPORT Cmtam. P. I I " - t, I steering, P. brakes, r. air, Carolina Blue-dk. blue vinyl top.. AAAA wVW -I A BUICK ELECTRA 225 Coupe. P. $0000 f steering and brakes, file. air. blue- tJwOO "TfA OLDS DELTA Cuttom, 2-dr. ht, p. SOCQQ steer and brakes, fac. air, daTjjr J 000 greenlight green vinyl top. "14 BUICK Electro 223, p. tteer, and $41 QQ brakes, fac air. light greendark f QO 71 white top, blue int. OLDS CUTLASS S 2-Dr. Ht steerina end brakes, fac air, super stock wheels, bluedark blue vinyl top. Just like new :;2988 71 green vinyl top. BUICK USabro 4-dr. ht, light greendark green vinyl top. '2988 f A PONTIAC UMant Sport 2 dr $0AQQ I ht, p. steer and brakes, fac. air. - fjf00 Bucket seats, goldblack vinyl top. ffl PONTIAC laMane Station $OfQQ 111 Wagon, p. tteer and brakes, fac 000 a w . j , j . air, gold leather int. 71 OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME Convert- ibla P. steering, P. brakes, P. air, blue-white top.. '2988 "M CHEVY MAUBU 2-Dr. Ht. P. steer- $01 QQ I ing and brakes, fac. air, goldblack 00 vinyl top. TfA PONTIAC GRAND PRIX. 240OO$CCQQ Q miles, p. steering and brakes, fac. 9000 air, whitevinyl top, black leather int. "M MAUBU 2-Dr. Ht. P. steering and $0100 I brakes, bucket seats, super stock f 00 wheels, light bluedark blue vinyl top. "1A OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME 2-Dr. M HT, P. steering and brakes, P. air. Ml Pinehurst green-grn. vinyl top sjl Tjpannighlil9:00 489-3331 'DiteNo,lS5,1 tJurktm-Chtpel Hill Blvd. Motorist Take Note Effective April 2, 1973 Swift Avenue Will Be Closed To Thru Traffic Between Main Street & Campus Drive Access To Alistair Court Apartments Will Be From Campus Drive Access To Hillcrest and Hillhaven Convalescent Centers Will Be From Main Street City traffic, must be rerouted to allow construction of a bridge to carry Swift Avenue traffic over the EastWest Expressway now being construct ed between Chapel Hill Street and Erwin Road. When completed, traffic flow to and from the Duke-West Durham area will be greatly improved. We appreciate your cooperation as we expeditiously complete this phase of our work for your motoring convenience. NELLOL.TEER COMPANY Durham. North Carolina U.SA Mfgttrt?lfffWaW Waiters By OBORGE B. RUSS ff"! H 5th District Sunday School Convention convened recently, at the Union Bap tist Church, Thursday, March 22 Is the when the first ses sion was held. Aside from the illustrous Dr. W. T. Bigelow. pastor of The Greater St. Paul Baptist Church and Gospel Choir the Russ Sanders Singers The Ebony Ensemble high lighted the midweek cession of the convention. The Ebony Ensemble is a 'Family Affair" the Aimer Mason family. The Masons are comparatively new com ers to the U. B. Church fam ily; nevertheless, they have become so completely inte grated in the church's pro gram that one might easily gather that they have always been part 'n parcel' to the seemingly clannish congrega tion. The Ebony Ensemble blends and harmonizes in the mar velous way that is typical of "kindred voices." The present quartet is an offshoot of the Lakeview Baptist Church's Junior Choir, on Dearborn Drive, whose in itial meeting, on the first day of December, 1966, was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Abner Mason, Sr. The Ebony Ensemble con tinues to use Blue and White as their color standard Blue: best in its class; White: purity in thoughts and deeds. CREDO "Children Learn What They Live" If a child lives with critl- criticism, He learns to condemn. If a child lives with hostility, He learns to fight. If a child lives with ridicule, He learns to be shy. If a child lives with shame He learns to feel guilty. If a child lives with tole rance, He learns to be patient. If a child lives with encour agement. He learns to be confident, ff a child Uver.'With praises. He learns to appreciate. If a child lives with fairness, He learns justice. If a child lives with security, He learns to have faith. If a child lives with approval, He learns to like himself. If a child lives with freedom, He learns to find love in the world. The Ebony Ensemble is blessed with a loving, devot ed father, Abner Mason, Sr. He thoroughly enjoys gather ing around the piano with his family for a vocalizing ses sion. This habit, naturally, spills over into other occa sions: Church and Community Programs. He is a member of the Ensemble. Mr. Mason works as Meter Reader for Duke Power Company. This "singing parent" is a mem ber of Doric Lodge No. 28 Durham. Abner senior be lieves strongly that the fam ily who sings together, stays together. Mrs. Maxlne H. Mason, the mother, works with Turn Key 111 as counselor for moderate income families Interested in home ownership. She is a member of Eastern Star Pros pectus, Chapter 397. Sewing is her hobby. And here, at Union Baptist, she is a mem ber of the Pastor's Aide So ciety. Mrs. Mason is devoted to the Development of Youth through Christian oriented programs: Sports uppermost. Sheila Yolanda Mason, 14 years old, is a 9th grade stu -Love Continued From Page 4A meetings? Mostly those of us with on foot in the grave and the other out God re quires us to be of some use fulness in our youth. The Christian program is all-out effort for all of us professing to be follower of the Lamb. In the event you have ether ideas, you come under the classification of .hot, cold and lukewarm. You have to he one of the three and not all three or two of the three. Christ came as was promis ed. The thing He did, caus ed; not all but many to be lieve that He was the one to come or the Son of God. He also told them that He 1 to' return. After finding out who He really was, Hi fol lowers and believer became MRS. PATILLA MASON dent at Carrington Junior High School where she is Varsity Cheerleader, plays clarinet in the school hand, is Recording Secretary for Student Council; a member of Girls Athletic Association, member and Secretary of the U. B. Junior Choir; a mem ber of The Truth Seekers' Bible Class. Patilla C. Mason, inciden tally this member of the En semble is inactive at the present time, is engaged in Post-graduate work at Bowl ing Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio. Patilla's education has pyramided rapidly since graduating from Merrick-Moore High School. She is a graduate of Lincoln University an honor stu dent; also, she has done ex tensive studying in the Euro pean and African areas. The Ebony Ensemble has, In a short span of three years, made tremendous strides In the field of Gospel and Spiritual Singing. Sunday, November 7, 1971, they appeared on the Nightin gales Anniversary that was held at Durham High School. Mrs. Mason admits, without reservations, that this was the most rewarding experi ence that "we have had dur ing our three years of sing ing. Pray with us that we may some day join that angelic host that sang over the ban nerments of Glory the night God sent His Son into the world to save the world and redeem man." more concerned. He is men tioning leaving or going to Jeruselam to be killed. They had become so dose to Him by now, they were worried about the things He was say ing. He told them about the Holy Ghost. His Father and Himself would send the Holy Ghost to work with them un til He return. His followers were really confused and on top, of that, afraid. By now the none be lievers were applying the pressure on Him and His fol lowers. Through all of this, He told them, after his leav ing, that He would return to them. His frankness concerning His next return caused ques tion marks from all of them. He told them that He would slip up on them. There will not be any warning about my returning. When you know anything, there I will be. He described His returning ai a thief breaking into a house at night. When you know anything, there I will be. He warned them to be ready; not at certain times but at all times. He told them to have oil in your vessels at all times. We have had am ple warning and those of us who desire to ignore the truth (Christ is the truth) will have to suffer the wrath God is going to pour out on all of the unbelievers. When that day comes, all unbelievers will run to the Durham Hotel, N. C. Mutual building and other tall and big buildings, begging them to fall on them to hide them from the face of a angry God. It will be an unsual time, a regrettable time and a very sad time for all of us who fail to do as Christ advises us on His first trip. My ad vice to all hard hearted, to the loose and casual type and to those of us just playing! around. Get right with God, do it now. Those of you who do not know how, ask Him and He will show you how. There will not be any excuses for any of us because God does not accept excuses. IHemn-... . ..5rV m . "REFLECTIONS" HON NCCU 4 IT ait immw r SSI The contributors are mem of the Creative WriUnc Class of North Carolna Cetv teal University under the tu- tolege of Miss Mary Bohannoa wnose talents she considers worth developing. The afjiti range from the freshman level through, the graduate level 81, April 7. 197.1 THE CAROLINA TIMES 7A 172 BRUTE Only he has the but, He will not give them. It is all or nothing, Now or not at all complex ... Mind over matter complex ... Superior among superiors. Carolyn E Green . RESERVATION Running foot, flee to hills No more. Here are valleys Longing to rock down-trodden Soul. Beyond are plains Missing morning kisses, Night embraces. Flee No more Flee no more These are yours, Don't you remember? Linda McGloin FARCE Black man Cultural mulatto Reaching for Foreign galaxies Jealously dejected As stars elude I Anxious grasps. ' Ego ... Tracing fingerprints To find Self? Morris W. Barrier BURDEN Minutes drag As experience accumulates The crowded hour Is the privilege Of youth. An afternoon, An evening Can contain The foundation Of a life, Also A sufficient Span of time To break one. Toby Jones SOWN SEED Child of my womb, Parted too soon from Youth's nesting years, Now in manhood' role Assuming with haste The hour's postured pose. It is your completion Which craves consummation. Count not invaluable that Elders' dreams, lores of yes terdays, Can become tomorrow's coun sel. Yet follow the lure of your Ingrained dreams without Assenting to the brawling winds: Know you are free to choose. Rose Cox BUICK TRADE-INS OMastafcis ft Useay 1 root, fuf cruise control, dr $ 1 Qf- uaitlHIOnSig I 1 ronrioc Donneviiio v I hordfop. Silver Grew fin ish, block vinyl roof, fcal pow er, air conditioning, JOQQC Eke new 71 Volkswagen 411 4 door Sedan, blue finish, auto transmission, $T"QC radio, 14,00 miles ' J 7rt Bufc Bctra Custom 4 power, cruise control, atr con ditioning SQQQ WOO CQ Bulck Electro 225 4 -door, hardtop, green finish, vinyl roof, full power, cruise control, fVTQC air conditioning . . - ' J W ' lip 69 Sr-rU Jit V-S SngJrw, xHas Q Pootioc Ortafin3 4 doof DO ttdon, white finish, Wack vinyf roof, powof sfMrinQ, QtT extra clean . . . '1295 CQ tuidc Skylark Wogon, 9 blue finish, power steering, osr concWonaio, extra clean, low sionr 1072 C "J Mercury Cougar 2 door vj- hardtop, white finish, rod vinyl trim, power steering, auto matic transmission $ i JOHNSON MOTOR CO. Dealer No. 680 Phono 682-54M r CLEAN-UP Appliance shoppers seem to be spending more of their home equipment dollars on kitchen clean up equipment. Popular Items include dish washers, disposals and trash "compactors, says Thelma Hinson, exten sion home management specialist, North Caro lina State University. THE ECONOMY CAR WITH A LUXURY RIDf 1973 VEGA $2097 $197 DOWN 36 Months $5997 ol Note? 158" INTEREST 258" APR. 9.25 fol We Are Open 'til 9 P.M. JASY TO DO BUSINESS WITH ... Laaaaml JK!BPwaA2:-- & " 600 E. Main St. OPEN till 9 P.M. Ph. 692-0451 We Took Our Very Special Sports Car . . . Added Soul and Came Up With Our NEW'73 Pontiac GT Rally Sport The diffrent kind of sports car . . . with the economy kind of price ! That's Cogghi's GT Rally Sport. And this one comes equipped with soft ray glass all around, vinyl trim, 2-barrel 350 engine, AM radio, front and rear bumper guards, protective bumper strips, 3-speed heavy duty floor shift, body color mirrors, wheel opemng mouldings, Rally wheels, fc 1J 'm 1 a . t jtany smpes, auai exnaust witn i chrome extensions. GT decal id en- tification, white lettered fiberglas tires and much, much more! 3267 "Whatever It rakes Op inTp Coggin Pontiac Durhom-Chapel Hill Blvd. 489-6531 mBc, 929-2150 DLR 5423 :SLFWAY BETWEEN DURHAM AND CHAPEL HILL .ON.15-501 HIGHWAY let! fceefferi m m By Popular Demand We Are Continuing Our AIR CONDITIONING SALE! On Brand New PINTOS & MAVERICKS On Any Brand New 1973 Pinto or Maverick . You Will Receive Air Cond. onV9900 m i eH EEbV 3e9tsi?i See Ford's ad on Car Buying ' s Made Easier msmnam: In the Sunday, April 1st Fanuty FAMILY WEEKLY Weekly j g MecnderF0R0 i Dealer 1659 688-2311 JgS 4fIMlttfliii eee eerearaim varar 'eraraWf el war er aBaPaeBBBP eVe. ejeBP evWS.'v 9r -aip eaeeeiieiie eee.'rBefcBFeea w eiFess reaveaeaaBeeakBBt.. eSp v- vBnmEt&&j&d ' Sale Ends March 31st CANNOT BE REPEATED! 330 East Main St

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