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CARD OF THANKS
-TSTSSS- of die late Captain Col
lins A. Whitaker acknowledges with
grateful appreciation your kina expres
sions of sympathy during its recent
CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Mr. Oscar
Watkins wishes to express their thanks
to the many relatives and friends for
the kind deeds and thoughtfulness
during their hour of sorrow in the
loss of their father.
HOPKINS. FUIXFV. WA’.KIN,
SIMPKINS Sc ALSTON FAMILIES
CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Mr. Dockery
Peebles wishes to thank their many
friends and relatives for their help
and comfort during the illness and
less of their father.
PEEBLES. SNELLING A CLOSS
FEMALE HELP - WANTED!
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CIVIL SERVICE. Prepare at home
for coming examinations. Send
name, address, phone, directions if
rural to NATIONAL TRAINING
SERVICE. P. O. Box 406, Raleigh, N.
Community Beauty Salon
813 S. Blount St.
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known aa HAYES BARTON AND DRV
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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
IN THE SUPEROR COURT
BEFORE THE CLERK
NOCICF. SERVING PROCESS
S. P. No. 9884
LEONARD SMITH AND WIFE.
LUCILLE M. SMll^^
WILLIE ALFORD GWYNN. Minor;
CONSTANCE LA VON GWYNN,
Minor; WILSON LAWS. LETHA MAY
GWYNN; OWENNA LAWS;
NAPOLEAN LAWS and DAVID
TO NAPOLEAN LAWS AND DAVID
notice that a pleading seeking
relief against you has been filed in the
above entitled special proceeding.
The nature of the reller being
sought is as follows: A Special Pro
ceeding to partition-a certain describ
ed tract of land known as "Washnig
fen Laws Place" and whlcn the de
fendant# are tennants in common in
the tract of land. The said defendants
will further take notice that they are
required to appear at teh office ofthe
Clerk of Superior Court in Wake
County. N. C.
You are required to make defense
to such plpading not later than Feb
ruary 9, 1954. and upon your failure
to do so the party seeking service a
gainst vou will apply to the court for
the relief sought
Assistant Clerk of Superior
Court. _ . .
January U, I*. » A February 1. 1984
WAKE COUNTY _ _ _
Having Qualified as Executor. C. T.
A of the Estate of Etta Love deceas
ed late of Wake County. North Caro
lina, this is to notify all persons hsv
intf claims against the estata of said
deceased to exhibit them tothe un
dersigned at Hit* East Hargett Street.
Raleigh North Carolina on ot befor*
the *th day of June. ML or this no
tice will be pleaded to bar of their re
covery Al' persons indebted to the
estate wll please make Immediate pay
n>T%is 9th day of January, MS*.
GEORGE E. BROWN. Attorney
Jan 11. 25; Feb. 1, and 1. l***^
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Noon at Better Brake Hup SOD W.
Morgan St . Raleigh.
January IS. 2S; Feb. 1. t. M*
ALABAMA GOVERNOR INTERVIEWED BY NEGRO
EDITOR — Gov. George Wallace of Alabama, right, talks with
Jimmy "Bang-Bang" Walker, left, Editor of the Northweet De -
The Happenings In Washington Terrace
MISS CLARANETTE DURHAM
How was your past weekend?
Hope it was an enjoyable one. 1
wish It had been one of those kinds
that you like for your friends to
read about, so you would have call
ed me and told me about It U It
was that good, suppose you males
this weekend Just a lttle bit better.
Miss Ruth Oates spent the week
end visiting her mother, Mrs. Ma
mie R. Oates, and family In Four
Mrs. Addie Mae Williams of
Brooklyn, N. Y., spent some time
recently in the Capital City visiting
her mother, Mrs. Ophelia P. Thom
as of A-6 Washington Terrace and
her son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence T. Williams, of
1101 Hadley Road, in Biltmore
Congratulations te Mr. and Mrs.
James Cole, who were married on
Saturday, Jan. 18. Mrs. Cole Is the
former Miss Patricia Wilson. The
couple was honored with a shower
Sunday afternoon at 5 p.m. at the
home of the groom's sister, Mrs.
Mrs. Parthenla C. Sanders of C-12
Washington Terrace has returned
home after being a patient at Wake
Memorial Hospital. She is recuper
ating at her home now.
We were very sorry to hear of
the death of Mrs. Elsie Hinton of
E-4 Washington Terrace. We share
with the family our deepest sym
Misses Mary Jane and Blondell
Oates, sisters of Miss Ruth Oates,
and Mr. Marlin and Gerald Wil
liams of Goldsboro were visitors In
the Terrace on Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Charles Young spent last
weekend wth his aunt and her fam
ily, Mr. gnd Mrs. Leonard Allen
and James, on Person St. He re
ported having had a wonderful
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Jiles
and son. formerly of E-3 Washing
ton Terrace, moved during the past
week. We are very sorry to lose
sueh good friends, and we will miss
you. but we are wishing you all
the Joy In your new home. They
are located now on Rock Quarry
Celebrating birthdays during the
past week were: Little Miss Veron
ica Johnson, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William H. Johnson. She cel
ebrated her birthday January 21,
and her grandfather. Mr. C. V.
King, celebrated his birthday on
January 17. Happy birthday greet
ings to both of you.
Have you been up to the office
this week? If so, I guess you are
wondering who the new face is
in the office. Well, it's Miss Caro
lyn Christmas. (Are you asking
where Mr. Broadnax is? He Is still
there.) They Just hired a new work
er. We are glad to have Mias Christ
mas working in our area.
Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Richard
son and Mr. James Current, all od
Winston-Salem motored to the Cap
ital City and were the Sunday
house guests of Mrs Mary Jfles
and family. Also visiting her were
Mr. and Mrs. Horace House of Cot
ton Place. Mrs. Jiles is the niece of
the Richardsons and the Houses.
They all reported having bad a
wonderful and enjoyable day.
Miss Willie Mae Davis of J-U
Washington Terrace spent the week
end in Greensboro, visiting a friend
of ben, Miss Doris “Pinky" Rog
Belated birthday greetings to
Mrs. Iris Spencer, who celebrated
her bird day last week. January
13. We vj»h you many happy re
If you have any type of news of
interest to the public, please inform
me by calling 832-2317 or writing
me In care of this newspaper. I
will be happy to have it printed
Thank you for your co
m " TONGUE
No. 1. A week or so ago, many
citizens here and elaewnere were
brought deep sorrow by tie death
of Mrs. Hesther Freemar of 10
Granville Terrace here—she was
a long-suffering, cancer victim.
Her younger daughter, Mable, of
the home sends fervent gratitude
to Chavis Heights residents, and
numerous others who proved their
friendship during her mother’s
Illness and afterward.
We who knew Hesther are very
glad to have known her:—She
was a cheerful, good neighbor—
never Interfering, but serving
wheverver and whenever she
oould. Courageous and Industri
ous, she often gave, but seldom
received. Hesther never declared
herself to be profoundly i.ghteous,
but the always admitted her
faults, always acknowledged God,
and —In the end—she declared her
eternal readlneas! Mrs. Hesther
Freeman did not live so long, but
she shall be long remembered for
having lived so well- INK TON-*
OUE Is a living witness, and OOD
Is the secret Judge.
No. 2. All the gubernatorial
candidates In North Carolina
seem dedicated to lessening the
significance of the Negro vote.
At first, there was little or noth
ing said on the racial Issue—giv
ing us, as a people, no particular
choice except NOT to choose
Lake! Well, all that James Farm
er said—ln subetanoe— wag that,
if Negroes In Chapel Hill were
not treated like people—and soon,
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fender, a Negro newspaper published in Portland , Ore. Between
Walker and Wallace are two unidentified members ol Wallace's
entourage. (UP! PHOTO). '
land 111 see you next week st the
Isame tme. So until then, this is
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there would be more, and more
vigorous demonstrations! This
SAME promise was made and kept
In at least five of the state’s ma
jor cities—and In the nations
capital! Nevertheless, ONF let out
a clamorous bark, and now, ALL
the hell hounds are HOWLING—
Including the governor! This
leaves our unwooed voto to be
taken for granted by all the ras
cals while they play for the sup
port of a certain segment of the
Now, we don’t know what pub
lic office Sanford will sc>’k next,
but let him remember that WE
elected him NOT as the BETTER
of the two evils—for he Is no
better than Lake—but as the less
er of two evils—since he possesses
inferior venom. While the new
candidates seem —like Lake —to
resent the thought of the black
albatross about their necks, why
don’t we adorn our own candi
date, and show them a real show
APPLIES FOR STEALING
BUNYORO, Uganda (ANP>—The
local district commissioner receiv
ed the shock of his life here re
cently when he was handed an ap
plication for a license to steal. Bis
reasons: He was unable to find
work, and there was no other way
of supporting his family.
BUY FROM CAROLINIAN
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority met on Jan.
Bth at 6:00 p.m. at the home at
Soror Mae Ligon. Hostesses Evelyn
T>..— *>---♦*•- T-~ • ~
nage assisted her.
A very impressive Founder’s Day
program followed the business
meeting. Soror Catherine Winters
was in charge of the Founder’s
A delicious repast was served fol
lowing the program.
for ore attending this meeting
were as follows;
R. McKinney, M. James, P.
Young, *B. Ligon, C. Winters. A.
Logan, M. Barber, W. Poole, H.
Sorrell. L. Flagg, E. Alston. I.
Washington, V. Brown, M. Chavis,
A. Hawkins, M. Carnage, M. Vea
sey, B. Rivers, E. Howell, and M.
A new North Carolina corporation has been formed to manufac
ture aluminum siding for both old and new homes, his is not just an
other name to add to the already long list of “middlemen.” This is a
We will need about 42 strategically located homes in various
sections of Raleigh as demonstrators. We will pick these homes on the
basis of traffic by home, location, radical improvement of home,
etc. You must be willing to give us a release for before and after pic
tures and take a tour of our manufacturing plant. If you think your
home may qualify, please give us a call for an individual discussion.
Why work for someone else? Become a dealer for the manufact
uring firm. This is a real opportunity. Phone for an appointment
and we can discuss it
Some one has to put up all this siding. If you have experience, or
wish to get into siding installation, give us a call.
PHOXE: J. W. BROWN 828-9331
Triangle Aluminum Products, Inc.
735 PERISHING ROAD * RALEIGH, N. C
Lionel Hampton To Appear
At Elizabeth City Feb. 18
BJZABVm CITY - Lionel
Hampton, the natonally and Inter
nationally known Jan artist, will
appaar at Elisabeth City State Col
lage on Tuaoday, Fab. 18.
The concert In Williams Hall at
I p. m. b being presented through
the cooperative efforts to two cam
pua student groups, the Women's
Government and Men's Govern
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MIAMI (AMP) On any other
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last weak. The boning Sinatra, and
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