RALEIGH. N. C., SATURDAY. JANUARY IS. 1964
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Several times In the last few
week* commentators over radio.
TV and in the newspapers have
a big mistake. This was in con
motion with the kidnapping of
Frank Sinatra Jr.
Frank Sr., as we know, had to
pay the kidnappers 240.000 for the
ransom of his son. One after an*
other the news commentators de
clared that this amount was by no
means the highest amount ever paid
for a ransom. In the Bobby Green
lease case, they said, the Kansas
City auto dealer had to pay 600,000
to ransom his son the highest
price ever paid for the ransom of
a human being.
Here they were wrong. 600,000 is
by no means the highest price ever
paid for the ransom of a human
being. Paul, by divine inspira
tion, wrote in I Tim. 2:4-6:
God will have all men to be
saved, and to come unto the know
ledge of the truth.
Tor there Is one God. and one
Mediator between God and men,
the Man Christ Jesus.
‘'Who gave H IMS ELF a ransom
for all . . ."
BT COLIN DOUGLAS
By COLIN DOUGLAS
"Owe no man anything, save to
love one another; for he that lov
eth his neighbor hath fullfilled the
law."—Rom. 13:8. -
If we really wish for harmony in
our relations with other persons,
we do not wait for them to change
their waya We must begin where
all personal harmony begins—in
our own hearts. We must dedicate
our hearts to the expression of
God's lov and harmony.
It may seem at times that other
persons are selfish and thought
less, but certainly wsP'db'Tlot make
them unselfish and considerate by
pointing out their faults to them,
by criticizing them, or by admon
ishing them. The co-operation of
another person is won through love
and understanding, and through our
own co-operation not through
criticism and rejection.
Community 4-H Clubwork
PrOorcG-v. At Kiiiaowiu
TARBORO "Progreaa to our
most Important product," declar
ed Carole# Baker member of the
King*boro 4-H Sponsoring Com
mittee. Thi* group met laat week
to organize tta boy* arid girls Into
community 4-H clube. Mr*. Bailie
Baker, president presided over the
meeting. P. P. Bullock reed an in
spiring passage of scripture from
the book of St. Luke, followed by
a prayer by Carolee Baker.
Mrs. G! mo Home gave the pur
•eae of the meeting, followed by
Mrs. Masslon Baker, giving the
History of 4-H Club work. Com
munity 4-H was presented by Cal
vin Hargrove. Assistant Agricul
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Did you get that? Christ gave
HIMSELF a ransom for all. Man—
all men—had been taken captive
by Satan and sin, but Christ paid
the price of our ransom. That price
was Himself—His awn life, which
He gave on Calvary's cross to pay
for our redemption.
All that was accomplished at Cal
vary was not revealed until God
raised up the Apostle Paul, who
goes on to say in Verses 6 and 7
that this message was “testified
in due time,” by him.
When sin had risen to its height
in the world’s rejection of Christ,
God reached down from heaven to
save him, the chief of sinners, and
sent him forth as His apostle to
proclaim salvation by grace through
faith in the Christ who had died for
sin. This is why the apostle de
clares In I Tim. 1:13, 16:
‘This is a faithful saving, and
worthy of all acceptation, that
Christ Jesus came into the world
to save sinners, of whom I am
chief. Howbeit for this cause I
obtained mercy, that in me first
Jesus Christ might show forth all
Icngsufferlng . . ,"
We may not be able to approve
fully of another person's character
or personality, but we can fill our
hearts with God’s love, and our un
derstanding, and encouragement
will flow out to him.
When we keep our hearts filled
with God's love, we can talk over
differences without hurting another
person or turning from him —for
love Is magnetic. It carries a mean
ing to the heart of another person
that makes him know we are
friends even though there are dif
ferences between us.
The only way to harmony in hu
man relationship is love in
the hearts of people. Let this love
of God fill you!
“Put on therefor, as God’s elect,
holy and beloved, a heart of com
passion. kindness . . . forebearing
one another, and forgiving each
other . . . even as the Lord forgave
you."—Col. 3:12, 13
ture Extension Agent, Mr. Gle.no
Home made the Introduction of
tha 4-H Sponsoring Committee to
Tha group was divided based on
their Interest needs, geographycial
location and the county goals.
Three community 4-H clubs were
organized and adult leaders assign
ed to the 4-H clubs by the 4-H
The clubs names and 4-H leaders
are as follows: The Ralph J.
Bunche 4-H club; leaders are Mr.
and Mrs. George Pittman; The Fast
Progressing 4-H club; leaders are
Mr and Mrs. C.lepo Horne; The
Kingsboro 4-H club; leaders are
Harentt County s:
ANGIER—With Mrs. Fleming C.
Sciplo as chairman of the primary
section and Mrs. Brenda McNeil as
secretary, the teachers of grades
1-3 of the Negro schools of Har
nett County met at the North Har
nett School. Angler, recently to
hear Mrs. R. G. Woodson, State
Supervisor of Elementary Schools.
Introduced by the county
supervisor, Mrs. K. Y. Shepard.
Mrs. Woodson spoke on the
topic: “Social Studies in Gra
des 1-3." She related her speech
beautifully to the Christmas
season, the birthday of Jesus,
who himself was the greatest
social studies teacher the world
has ever known. We realise
this because of His close as
sociation and social relation
ship with man.
She stated that we. as teachers
of the first three grades are giving
boys and girls the foundation of
social relationship. It Is very vital
that we help them to develop:
1. Understanding: Help children
to understand the world in which
they live which is constantly grow
ing smaller with every scientific
invention of better and faster ways
of transportation and communica
2. Appreciation: Appreciation of
others—knowing that man has to
depend upon each other for live
3. Attitudes: Help children to use
their opinion and possible reactions
to situations around them
4. Skills and Abilities: Give the
children experiences in all phases
of study. Social studies present
wonderful opportunities for the
teaching of all subjects in the
school curriculum, including lan
guage arts, science, arithmetic, geo
Ral. Bus. College
BY CONNIE BEST
On Friday, January 10, we had
for our assembly speaker Miss T.
I.oraine Cumbo, a native of Ra
Miss Cumbo received her under
graduate degree from North Caro
lina College. Durham; master's de
gree from Boston University, Bos
ton. Massachusetts. She also com
pleted a two-year study at Harvard
UiuveiMiy, Cambridge, Mass. .Some
of I i loita include in
structor at Saint Augustine s Col
lege. Raleigh; dean of students, Al
in University, Columbia. South
MISS T. LORRAINE CCMBO
Carolina; acting counselor educator
Suite Consultant in Guidance, North
Carolina Department of Public In
She is presently employed as
Snie Consultant in Guidance. North
Carolina College. Durham.
Miss Combos topic was. "Your
Future And What You Make It."
j She reminded the students at Ba-
I leigti Business College that we are
I responsible for ourselves. He who
1 finds pleasure in life finds pleasure
| in work Man is bom with a gift of
Miss Combo pointed out four
things which we should consider:
hard work, ambition, character and
You must have a willingness to
meet and overcome obstacles, to
make wise decisions and stick with
them If you gel what is ofA-red.
you will nt ver forget the tools that
are required for success
"Life s high potentials seem to be
plotted by small matters We must
be determined to keep going You
most have faith in yourself and
complete your ambition. Don't let
I it be said you quit too soon. Let's
Miss Cun.bo ended ner address
by say ing "The road to success is a
tough uid nigged, winding road
Make you l living an art Take lha!
step in the right direction and go
the lest of he way"
Tire students listened to Miss
Cumbp with rapt attention and
were completely spellbound wijh
her eloquence and dynamic per
Kerman Graham and Calvert Ba
You Are Never Alone
Attend Chnreh Regularly
for the FUTURE
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Webster says that a barometer is an instrument . j V jfl^B
atmosphere, foretelling and
of weather and altitude. HBi 111 Isß
If God were to place a barometer on our li vxs,
would we be cold, lukewarm, or on fire k,
for the Lord. The past we can not change.,. j
the future is up to us.
.. what doth the Lord thy God'require
of thee , the Lord thy
God , to walk in all His warn, and
to to serve
the Lord thy God with ad
thy heart and with
all thy soul” ATTEND v
' church regularly I ’SIihI
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The Church is God’s appointed agency m this world '^gggglgg?
for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and
demand for man to respond to that love by
neighbor. Without in the
love of God, no government or society or way of (>,
long persevere and the freedoms which we hold gB
so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore, even from jR5v $*
a selfish point of view, one should support the Church •
for the sake of the welfare of himself and his family.
Beyond that, however, every person should uphold
and participate in the Church because it tells the truth
about man’s life, death and destiny; the truth which
alone will set him free to livo as a child of God. Col#man Adr r 488 > oallOs Texa<
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