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quilted as AdmlMstratxt*.
d tha Estate of John B. Dsboanu de
eaaaed late of Wake County, North
Carolina, this is to notify all persons
having clams against the sma’-e of
mhjaeceased to exhibit them to the
tmoersigned at 115i> East Hargett
ptreet, Raleigh, North Carolina...on or
bmore the 14th day of March. 1*64. or
this notice will be pledged in bar of
6wjr recovery. All persons Indebted to
Dm estate will please make Imsnedtato
day of February. I***.
VEDIE J. DEBNAM.
GEORGE E BROWN. Attorney
Feb 22. 2»; March 7. and 14. 1984.
All Persons having claims or hidebt
against the estate of William
Elrwood. contact: Edna Haywood at
Eg South Saunders Street Raleigh, N
Feb. 29: Merch 7, 14. 21. 1964
IN THF: SUPERIOR COURT
NOTICE OF SERVICE BY
PERRY ALLEN. Plaintiff
lOOERT BURNS ALLEN Defendant
Owe PERRY ALLEN Plaintiff.
PD BOBERT BURNS ALLEN
Tbke notice that a pleading or Ccm
il.hu seeking relief against you has
teen filed in the above entitled •>etion
bd was filed In the Superior Cmmtof
Kh. County on the 4th day as Mareh
Use nature of the relief being enught
l jßalntff° seeks a divorce, abw'ute
on Bober! Bums A! i en ,
poo the rrounds that plaintiff and de
mdant have lived separate ind apart
>r more than two continuous yearn
sxt preceding the
rtfcra and thst plaintiff and defendant
still, living in the said state of sep-
You n ere required to enswer or de
ur to the and Comnlaint d •
tt later than the Ind day of •
m and unon your failure to
e plaintiff oeekine arn-tc# ********
-t, Jrtll apply to Court for the re-
Thts' J the ~* r *' day of March. ISO.
Assistant Clerk of Auner -r C OJri
Mama 14. ZL *: April 4. i 64
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Upon returning from this week’#
Sunday school, our young
wa*. asked by her mother:
“What did you learn today?” *
Instead of summarizing, as usual.
Carolyn searched briefly before re
“Ob! it's in my pocketbook!"
Carolyn was—of course, referring
to material given her to study, but
too many youngsters seem to be
lieve that learning can be carried
in pocketbooks, notebooks, brief
cases—anywhere except in the
brain! Numerous such students find
out took late that memorandums
are only substitutes for memory;
then, facing scholastic difficulties,
they drop out of school for some
toing temporarily more desirable.
Now, why squander your OWN
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joobs pay little wages, and the
mighty works require super skills,
end more and more of ttie world’s
work is being rendered by ma
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therefore, that there is no place for
ignorance under the sun—except
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Such matters as luck and chance
We will sell at public auction,
to the highest bidder, at our
place of business, 200 S. Saun
ders Street. Raleigh. North
Carolina, on the 31st day of
Mgrch, 1964. at 10:00 A. M.. one
8N Ford Tractor, serial number
2005278. owned by Clyde At
water, Route 1. Holly Springs,
This sale is for the purpose
of satisfying a mechanic's Hen,
G S. 44-2 of the State of North
Dated February 26. 1964.
March 7. 14. 21. 26. 1964.
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ELIZABETH CITY Noted
theologian, phUospher end author.
Dr. Howard Thurman will be the
guest speaker at Elisabeth GNy
State Collage March 20. 1964 at 8
P. M. is Moore Ball.
Having Just returned to Boston
University ben which he has been
on a leave tor two year*, to the
service of the University for an ex
tended ministry through the United
States and countries abroad, he
comes to Elizabeth City State CoU
Dr. Thurman has been outstand
ingly noted for his service to hu
manity by eleven college* and uni
versities, befdtag eleven honorary
He is a fellow of the American
Academy of Arts and Science and
the National Council of Religion in
Dr. Thurman will discuss the
topic "Christian Ethics in Our Life
Today.” On Saturday, March 21, he
will be the guest of the Social
Science Department and Religious
Activities Committee and will hold
a Seminar In the Lighthouse Col
lege Center at 9:30 a. m.
These pregratae are being
held a# a part of the Religions
Emphasis Week activity on the
i smpiur from Marsh U through
March 21, 1964.
The public U invited to attend
Go To Church
WINNERS IN PINO PONG TOURNEY HERE Misses Oilda Adcock end Doris Mor
gan, right to latt, won tint end aacond placet, raepectively, in the 1964 Girla' Ping Pong Tourna
ment, held at Chavit Recreation Center recently. (See Recreation News).
luv Jf'sdSr *
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Don’t Yeti. Talk. Others May Not B* Interceted.
TOD ABE THE DETECTIVE
One of year BMong friends. Jack Prattler, has bean bring for
■any months to settle the eat*to of hi* wealthy unde who passed
earns * year ago. What has held up the proceedings baa bean
Jack’s Inability to locate one of bis cousins who la supposed to Mian
in the estate, amm ter the name of Robert Oraham. _ . .
Today, when gnu happen to drop In on your friend, ha tafendnaas
PM to a tnlL dark, rather unprepossessing looking young nap «h* Ja
seated in his office. "Hera he is." exclaims Jack, “that long late
cousin of mine. Bob Orsbam. Be btew into my office only a half-hour
ago. and I ante m*fias I would never hare known him . . . he’s
changed so antes daring the almost twenty, years we have bean out
as |i«wf*p V* wad to play together as bops, and then when he was
about 11 or 12 years old bo rakwwmktem home. He tolls me he’s
apent all tfaaae years in nsnfenLdg* at aen . . . also that he's
now first mate an his ship. Be ran into the news of hie Inheritance
In one of the European porta.”
"Tteegzaas and letters have away of eluding us sailor*, says
Oraham as be shakes bands with you. “Finally tbs word came through
to mo too weeks ago. Inst before see wen about to embark for this
gußiliT ■. ■ and a rough crossing we had in our boat. too. Real stormy
weather!” Be points a linger at the mall bandage on the right side
of his forehead. “I got this during a particularly rough part of the
fa— ... I bad been standing near the front of the boat and was
just making my way towards the hack along the right stale of the boat
when one of the biggest waves I've seen bit us brosdtedo . . . threw
me against one of tha walls, and I came out of that with ttde prater
little scar on my head.”
Too turn to your friend. Jack Prattler "Do you mind telling me
does Mr. Oraham <*■— in for a sizable share of your late uncle's
"Yes. Despite the fact that Boh ran away from borne and has
keen away aA these yean, our unc> always managed to keep in touch
artth him via totters . . . followed his career at sea with lota of In
terest. and always seemed very ford of Mm. He told me. during Ma
last days that he was willing a good sum of money to Be* to the begte
that he woted come home and settle down to a more normal way of
life. I’m really happy that Bob has finally eome home and that we
tern] now be able to bring this estate to final ae!tement”
Ton your bead jowly and say,. "If I were yon. I dmuldnt
rush tbfc iTf*— —♦ too nmefc. This man who oaOs himself Robert
Oraham impresses me as an impostor!"
What had led you to this belief?
Ton doubt very much that the so-called "Robert Oraham" has
ever been a sailor, and especially a first mate. No-tried-and-true man
at the tea ever refers to hi* ship as a "boat,” and be never re era to
the “front.” “back " “right." “left.” or “wall!lt’s tlways "forward.”
“aft." “starboard," “port," and “bulkheads."
MBs Oilda Adaaek same through
la feus sfeto to defeat Mira Doris
Morgan and thareby gain tha
championship in tha 1864 Girls’
Ping Fong Tournament bald gt tha
Chavis Recreation Cantor on March
2, 8. and A
While Miasm Margin and Adcock
wan top atadad. ramaattvsly. in
tha tournament they by no means
trod an easy path to tea tharoplon
shtp bracket as tits otear contest
ants provided fierce competition for
fee two partieipente.
Others participating In the tour
nament were! Misses Alicia Ad
cock, Barbara Alien, Phyllla Bul
lock. Jacqueline Chavis, Margaret
Chavia, Marvls Debnam, Glendora
Evans and Barbara Thorpe.
RETURN mm THE "DEAD”
KINGSTOWN. *t Vincent (ANP)
A “Moon” from a coffin to apt
to make anyone scared, even an
undertaker. And that la just tha
way a local undertaker felt when
fee supposed remains of Mtoe Elsie
Waring 22. Knitted a long drawn
out moan recently Mias Waring
was found in a state et collapse
at her home. Taken to the hospital,
three doctor* felled to revive her,
so her body was tent to fee under
taker. While the undertaker was
fitting her In the coffin, the “body”
came to life.
fe the years preceding the Amer
ican Revolution, tha General As
sembly authorised a group of high
ways radiating from Cross Creek
<now Fayetteville) to the beck
A* A. Meetings
The Capital CRy Group of
Alcoholics Anonvmuos, founded
in October of 1968. meets each
Wednesday and Friday nights at
8 o'clock at fee Blood worth St
YMCA. 600 • Woodworth St.
All persons haring problems
with alcoholic beverages are In
vited to become affiliated with
this body. They will be wel
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