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CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Mr. William
Haywood would like to thank all the
vtutors and friends who were a source
of comfort to the bereaved family. It
is hoped that his passing will serve ss
a constant reminder to those who like
him must someday meet their master.
MRS. EDNA HAYWOOD and
CARD OF THANKS
Mrs. JuUa Navels of No. 6 Brunswick
Terrace in Chavis Heights thanks her
many friends for vsits, cards, dona
tions and services during her recent
illndet. She hopes to be out very soon.
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WAKE COUNTY . . .
"HAVING QUALIFIED #s Administra
trix of the btate of Selena Scales, de
ceased. late of Wake County, North
Carolina, this is to notify all persons
having claims against the estate of
said deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned at P. O. Box 764, Raleigh,
North Carolina, on or before the 2uth
day of July. 1964, or this notice will be
pleaded In bar of heir recovery. All
persona Indebted to the estate will
si-T— make immediate payment.
' This 4th day of February, 1964.
MRS SIHRLEY FARRAR, Admix.
F. J. CARNAGE. Att y
February A la, 22. JB. UN.
UNDER and by vtrture of the power
-of sale contained In a certain Deed of
Trust executed by Vivian Louise Pate.
Unmarried, dated July 23, 1963. and re
corded In Book 1563, Page 896, In the
office of the Register of Deeds of Wake
County. North Carolina, default having
Men made In the payment of the ln
debtedness there by secured and said
Dead of Trust being by the terms
thereof subject to foreclosure, the un
dersigned Trustee will offer for sele at
public auction to the highest bidder for
cash at the courthouse door in Wake
County, North Carolina, at 12 ;00 o’-
clock noon, on Monday the 9th day of
March 1964. the property conveyed in
said Deed of Trust, the same lying and
being In the County of Wake, State of
Norm Carotins. In Raleigh Township,
and more particularly described as fol
Lot No. 8 on Fender Street la
Raleigh, Wake County. North Car
olina, aa shown by map of Spring
Grtve Heights, which Is recorded
In Book of Map* 1926, at pace 5. in
the office of the Register of Deeds
tor Wake County, North Carolina.
The successful bidder will be re
aulred to make a deposit of not leas
Sian five per cent (6%) of the pur
chase bid to Mow good faith, and the
kid will lay open for ten days to re
ceive Increase bid as required by law.
This 4th day of February. 1964.
J. J. HENDERSON. Trustee
F. J. CARNAGE. Attorney
February A 16. 23. 39. 1964.
NORTH CAROLINA „
WAKE COUNTY _ _
The undersigned having qualified as
Executor of the Estate of Dockery
Peebles. Sr, deceased, late of Wake
County, this is to notify all persons
having elalma againat said Estate to
present them to the undersigned at
M E Martin Street. Raleigh. N. C . on
at before the 3rd day of February. 1336,
ar this notice will be pleaded In bar of
glia recovery. All persons Indebted to
'■U Estate will please make immedi
ate payment to the undersigned.
This the 3rd day of February. 1994.
VICTOR PEI JR EH
GEORGE R. GREENE.
February A I*. 22. N. 1*64
WAKE COUNTY .
HAVING QUALIFIED as Executrix of
the Esh taos Henry Maddox, deceased,
lata at Wake County. North Carolina,
this is to notify all persons having
claims against the Estate of said de
ceased *o exhibit them to the under
signed at 399 Hill Street. Raleigh.
North Caroline, on or before the 27th
day of July. U 64. or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to the estate will
plane make Immediate payment.
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February A 15. 22. H. NM.
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YOU ABE THE DETECTIVE
You and police Lieutenant Arthur Ferguson are sitting in his of
floe this evening talking, and he’s commenting on the unusual number
of armed robberies that have occurred In town during the past several
weeks. Suddenly hia phone rings, he speaks over it for a few minutes,
hangs up. and turns to you. “Another robbery ... this one In the west
end of town. Want to come along with me?
You and he speed in the heated squad car through the bitterly
cold winter night, and finally you pull up behind a lats-model sedan
which is parked in front of a “Stop Sign” at a dark intersection in a
lonely part of the town.' Two young men climb out of the car and iden
tify themselves as John Harris an and Richard Keegan.
Harrlgan begins his story. ‘l’m the one who phoned you .. . from
a drugstore three blocks down the street. I’m employed as a collector
for the Midtown Loan Company, and I had been making some c*n«
this evening on a number of our clients who were a little late with
their payments. I was doing all right, too ... succeeded In collecting a
nice little bundle of cash. Dick here Is a good friend of mine, and he
was riding along with me to keep me company. Evidently though, these
two hoodlums had been trailing us . . . because just as we pulled up
and stopped at this “Stop Sign," they pulled their car In front of mine,
jumped out, ran on either side of my car here, pushed their guns into
our faces, and ordered us to hand over the money. Neither of us had
any ideas of being dead heroes . . . not with the barrel of two guns
pushed into our noses ... so I picked up the money I had collected ...
It was In a canvas bag ... and threw It out the window to the man on
my side of the oar.”
“How much money was there?” you ask.
“Close to $800.”
“Where had you made your last collection?
“On Wellington Street. Just about half-mile from here ... a
fellow that operates a snack shop there. Gee, I realize my boss Is In
sured against theft, but just the same I wonder what he’s going to say
when he hears about this”.
“I think he’ll say some rather harsh things about you.” you say.
“especially when I tell him how you faked this robbery of his money!”
What has caused you to suspect John Harrlgan of the theft?
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Like Party Snacks and Nibbles?
1 A special snack, Nibble Bait, is “trump” refreslunei l t to servs
at yournext card party. Invite your friends and neighbors over
this Friday night to share in an evening of bridge, an exciting
game of hearts or an old-fashiMiedgams of aheepshead. High
lighted by a sparkly garlic tang, Nibble Bait contains puffed wheat
and puffed rice, peanuts, pretzel stieks and French fried onion rings.
Your guests will be “bidding” for copies of the recipe and will lovo
having Nibble Bait in little bowls to munch on while they re play-,
ing cards. Serve Nibble Bait with your favorite pun-S rr soft
drink and listen to your guests rave.
Make* about 10 eupt
S raps puffed wheat Ota 7-1/2-oz. pU- uiin
A cuds Duffed rice piftwl sticks
1 cup salted peanuts 1/4 eup butter or margarine,
One 3-1/2-oz. can French melted .....
fried onions * teaspoons Worcestershire
1/2 teaspoon gorlk powder
Heat oven to slow (800 T.). Heat puffed wheat, puffed rice, pea
nuta? onions and pretzels in large shallow baking pan in preheated
oven (800*F.) for 15 minutes. Co * B J* n<! n
pour over cereal mixture, tossing until all ingmhenU are reatoa.
Heat in preheated ovsn (SWF.) an additional 15 minute*, stirring
Things Yog Should Know*
. . .A SLAVE, UNDER WHOSE
PASTORSHIP GEORGE UELE BUILT THE
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH FOR NEGROES
H SAVANNAH. OA. IN 1796 /wtaTES
TTiiEO TO ABOLISH IT BY WHIPPING ITS MEMBERS AND JAILING
BRYAN, BUT IT WENT ON; AND THE SECOND ONE WAS ERECTED
IN SAVANNAH IN 1799./ . c°ottoul
Bark Worse Than Bite
All puppies like to rough
house. However, puppies soon
bite too hard and their teeth are
very sharp. They also tend to be
come over-excited and angry.
C. C. “Tex” Fawcett, Dftettor
of the Purina
- Do* Care Di
vwy In A viaion, says
rtf 5 that to prevent
\M ( puppy from
WO biting too hard,
Ik ftp- play with him
K until he he
' comes angry.
When his bite starts to get to
you, tap him across the nose
with your Anger and scold him,
saying, “No bite!” several times.
Ha must learn not to go too
far in play, and that he can
never bite or growl at a human
being. You’ll be amazed at how
quickly he’ll learn this if you
arrange behavior lessons so that
he gets ons or two each day.
Caution: Don’t overdo any
bason —ls minutes is enough.
by LYDIA PERKINS 1
Nippy Sauce for Cabbage
The next time boiled cabbage
is on your dinner menu, serve it
with this sparkling-good sauce.
Cut the cabbage into wedges
before boiling it, and pour the
hot sauce over each individual
MUSTARD CREAM SAUCE
3 tablespoons butter
V»; b .
h leoepoon pepper
lft cups Bilk
2 teaspoons prepared mustard
ft teaspoon Lea X Perrins
1 small head cabbage, cut in
wedges, cooked and drained
Melt butter In saucepan. Blend In
floor, salt and pepper. Add milk
Newly and cook over low heat, stir
ring constantly until sauce Is smooth
and thickened. Add mustard and
Worcestershire sauce; mix well.
Serve atop hot cabbage wedges.
Makes Ift cups sauce, enough lor
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Down With Hole Diggers
Dogs often dig holes becauot
of sheer boredom. Sometimes
they’ll dig just for exercise, but it
nil stems from an age-old habit of
digging for moles, chipmunks, or
C. C. “Tex*
dglf '£ rector of the
fmj. w ’ft Purina Dog
wD (, Care Division,
says that you
vu can keep your
K dog from di(p
a-hole by placing one or. two set
mousetraps, covered with paper,
in the hole. Once be springs them
hell be startled by the snapping
noise and become pretty leery
about further digging in that
Another way is to fill the hole
with crumpled chicken wire well
M pegged down. Dogs don’t like to
isinst wire. You can also
hole with stones.
If your dog continues to dig,
catch him in the set, scold him
sternly and repeat the corrective
By C .VuSON HARDER
A 79% majority of the na
tion’s independent business pro
prietors, voting through the Na
tional Federation of Indepen
dent Business, favor tbs meas
ure introduced by Rep. Bruce
Alger of Texes which amends
the U.S. Constitution to pro
vide no treaty or international
shall streetH -w “'•C .
the rights '&§?
U. S. citizens® (Eg - ;J $
unless apH jflfe .■>
proved by theft
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It is well
hack ground®! %"
this proposal. c. W. Harder
In the Constitution there is a
proviso that any foreign treaty
over rides any national, state,
or local law which may in con
flict with the terms of the
treaty. Os course, as originally
written, an treaties and agree
ments had to be ratified by the
Senate. Until the end of World
War H. this eonstttutloaal pro
vision did not mean msoh, aa
all foreign treaties were ap
proved by the Senate, and all
were entered into wtth too best
Intereete of Americana upper
e e *
But formation of the United
Nations changed all this. While
to the public at large, UN was
sold ss a forum for all nations
to discuss openly their differ
ences end seek a peaceful solu
tion, the "one worlders” really
expanded the sgope of the or
ganization. Actually, UN Is
working toward all peoples con
trolled by one big world gov-
Largely due to dissensions
within the UN, the full impact
of tola control has net been
manifest. But there are divi
sions within the UN which are
supposed to control all facets
(gi National Poitoratlnw of Independent Em 1 nets
No. 1. Os all the big events In
little February one of the most
significant is NEGRO HISTORY
WEEK. Here we specify NEGRO to
remind ourselves and. others of our
special accomplishments and con
tributions—and It surely is Inspir
ing to behold the heroes and he
roin* In our past, recent, and dis
tent However, Negro history, as
segregated from general, Ameri
can history, should not be neces
sary; yet, it Is necessary, and (hall
be until Negroes are rightfully in
tegrated Into American society.
Yes, we have stars of every mag
nitude —but not In every constella
tion! Even NOW. we have far too
many a "FIRST Negro" to be al
lowed a particular privilege that
"whites" have long been squander
ing! We can complain—truthfully—
that others constantly Impede us
by hiding too little a reward under
too big a task. Nevertheless, our
celebrities have shown us that oth
ers need not be the prime factors
in determining our future, and that
a few escapers do not liberate alii
We must have learned, too, from
kr M. MM MHUTN,_
Toy* For Your Cat
A cat's sense of fan is on* of
Its greatest charms. Ths simplest
things intrigue cats. They'll
stalk, pounce and tumble with a
plain wad of paper for hours. A
to* to play hide-and-seek in or a
eatnip trinket will delight them.
Be sure that your cat’s toys
cannot be splintered, torn apart
and swallowed. Give your cat a
few toys to begin with and add
new ones from time to time. This
will keep him from becoming
bored and destructive.
The Purina Cat Cars Center
suggests a few of the toys which
your cat will enjoy:
• celluloid ball that rattles.
• cellophane and catnip bag.
• a spool attached to a strong
piece of string and hung from
a chair or doorknob.
• a robber mouse that squeaks.
Be careful of open drawers,
trunks and doaeta. Cata love to
play in and investigate warm,
dark spot# and are often unwit
Also, if you tie a ribbon around
your cat’s neck remember that it
can he dangerous aa ribbons are
easily caught and pulled tight. If
your pet wear* a collar outdoors
for identification purposes, ba
sure it is large enough to slip
over the bead if necessary.
at tafitvttaal Ute, such as the
Internattenal Laker Orgeats*-
tten. ton PDA to centre! the
werld’e toad supply, and
UNESCO not to *• prescribe
what sokeai children to all aa
ttaan un In bn taught,
n • n
In tout various divisions the
people of the United States are
represented by functionaries of I
the State Dept, end due to
machinations behind the
scenes, they do have the auth
ority to commit the people to
many courses without the con
sent of the Congress,
Pei tost complicating toe sit
uation Is UN admission wtth
full voting powers cf the many
new nations In Africa and else
where with m previous back
ground showing they are ma
ture enough to veto In a world
body. Thus, many tillage could
happen to destroy toe righto es
toe Amcrteaa cfHrtw.
e e e
As an obviously extreme ex
ample, the new African nations
could conceivably get the UN to
vote that all traffic police In all
the world must speak Swahili.
This would mean tost every
U.B. town would have to make
sure Its traffic officers spoke
this African dialect
Os course, toe threat could
bo removed by disbanding the
UN and starting n new world
organisation with Its scope con
fined to toe activities for which
the majority of Americans
thought too UN waa act ap for
In toe first place. Bat tola could
result to m organisation pro
viding far free discussion ft
talking 1uge!!,.... Xuu* p****sv
of toe measure proposed by
Bop. Alger would protect
American citisens from present
constant toward of losing liber
ty oa dsclslons es a coalition of
Congo bangs dram beaten.
recent happenings, that overall ben
efits result from overall action.
All this should teach us—along
with general Negro history—that,
racial disunity is our strongest
weakness! Lot us realize that the
great successes in our history were
once but mere dreams In toe fu
tures of their builders. And let us
feel NOW—as they must have felt
—tost, the best Negro history is
still to be made.
No. 8. If you're lucky enough to
have a sweetheart old-fashioned
enough to settle for some plain,
down-home Valentine verse Instead
of so much fancy (tough, let us of
fer this couplet:
Some love whiskey and some love
But I love you. My Valentine!
By the way. if she happens to
read INK TONGUE, just explain
that we stole It from you!
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