RALEIGH. N. C.. SATURDAY. MAY 30, 1964
“They that go down to the
tea in ship* . . . see the work*
of Jehovah." —Psalms 107:2.1,24.
• Tis 'he .set of the satis.
And not the (tales.
That tells'them the way to go."
It is ouY.attitune. the manner in
which think of our surround*
trigs and our opportunities, that
determines the kind of life we lead.
One who remembers always that he
ha* Divinely-given inner resources
he has never even begun to tap,
strength that he has never fully
put to test, and gifts that he has
never developed to full capacity,
can never be dismayed by seeming
With unwavering faith in the
constant presence.and never-failing
power of God. he sets his sails ac
cording to the circumstances and
continues his course unafraid. Many
times the contrary winds help him.
Instead of hindering his progress—
TWO MINUTES a
WM THE BIBLE
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CHKAAO IK AttNOIS F
THf QUARREL IN THE TOOL
A qtiartyl is supposed to have de
veloped ih a tool shed one night,
after the Building of a beautiful
new home. It began when one of
the tools,- a plane, remarked how
nicely the woodwork had been
finished, and practically claimed to
have built the whole house.
"Why!" unclaimed the saw. “You
couldn't even begin to plane that
wood until with my sharp teeth—
see this row of teeth?—sawed them
Into the pioper lengths."
The hammer, of course, was of
fended at both their remarks and
fairly shouted: "Shame on you
both! How far would you have got
ten without me? You would have
left a pile of boards, had not 1.
with my itraight, heavy blows nail
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BY COLIN DOUGLAS
because they call forth those hid
den talents and abilities that have
previously lain dormant within him
—and thus, he is a better man for
having bucked up against those
When all is smooth sailing, we
, sometimes are prone to slip into an
attitude of selfsuffieioncy or com
placency. assuming that our suc
jcessful voyage is the result of our
! own strength and judgment. Then,
when the winds become unfavor
, able, we become confused and we
] make mistakes in our navigation.
; Too late do we realize that it is not
we. “but the Father within who do
j If we always keep our minds and
I hearts turned to God for guidance
and strength, we are able always
to weather any storm and to keep
our ship on the true course.
‘Thy word Is a lamp unto my
feet, And light unto my path."
rd each hoard into its proper place
The truth of the matter is that the
whole house was practically built
by me "
It wasn't long before the square,
the chisel, the level and half a
! dozen other tools Were in on the
argument and the whole thing
reems to have ended up with every
! body angry at everybody else.
This, of course, is only a story
j which human beings tell about
' tools, but the interesting part of it
! is that it is only human beings who
| indulge in such foolish boasting
This is one reason why God will
, not allow anyone ever to get to
j heaven by good works See what
j He says in His Word:
"For by grace are ye saved.
, through faith: and that not of your-
I selves: it is the gift of God; not of
MRS. ADDIE LOGAN
In the mldet of rapidity of Sungs
in which we live today, too often,
we lose contact with the little
things that can mean much In en
couraging and solidifying our exis
tence, Mrs Hazel Logan aa aha
spoke at Davie Street United Prea
byterian Church on Woman's Day,
May 24. Her subject was, ‘The
Christian Woman's Responsibility
; in this space age."
There has been more change In
the last de<adc than our parents
witness in a life time. And. in the
midst of all of this unrest, we must
; continue to live life to the fullest
extend, to adapt ourselves to the
changes, and to fulfill the many re- j
sponsibllities to which women are i
Mrs Logan called attention to
the role of the Pilgrim woman, who
endured hardships of the first win-
I ter in the New World with courage
and endurance; the woman of the
American Revolution period and
the woman of the French Revolu
The Negro woman, during the
period of slavery was challenged in
away unlike any other woman in
our history, she stated. Her chal
lenge went ar beyond physical en-;
trance, for her MORAL INTEGRI
TY. her FAMILY LOVE. HER
SPIRITUAL attitude, her body and
SOUL were subject to dejection,
despairs, and corruption. History
reveals that the Negro woman was
THE responsible person in her fam
ily for the reasons that: (1) The j
husband and father in the family
was often sold to a slave owner
far away. <2> many women were
forced to bear children out of wed
lock to perpetuate the traffic in
human bondage, she stated.
MR. ALFRED BROWN
Funeral Services for Mr. Alfred
Brown, who died Wednesday at hia
home 421 Watoon Street, were held
Sunday at 1 p m. at the Manly St.
Christian Church. The Rev. T. C.
Hamans. pastor officiated Burial
followed in Carolina Biblical Gar
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Ar
netta II Brown; one son. Mr. James
Henry Brown nf Raleigh; three
j sisters, Mrs Lillie Timberlake of
i Baltimore, Maryland; Mrs. Bessie
j Dudley of Raleigh; and Mrs Emma
j Taylor of New York; one brother,
Amos Brown of Baltimore Mary
land 2 grandchildren and 2 great
MRS. MABEL C. LATHAM
Mrs Mabel Cornelison Latham,
widow- of the late Wiley Latham,
Sr. died '1 huvxlav at her home,
724 S East Sstrcct She was a mem
ber of St Augustines College's fa
culty lor lorty-two years, and dean
of women emeritus Funeral ser
vices wire hold Saturday at 2 P M.
at St Augustin, s Chapel, with the
Rev Arthur J Calloway, rector of
Sst Ambrose Episcopal Church of
ficiating Burial followed in Mount
Survivors are one daughter.
Muss Louise Latham of Durham;
One son, Mr Wiley Latham. Jr., of
Rate git. and 3 grandchildren.
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Believe it or not. a 28-year-old
German house-wife is the not only ‘
b-si shoe maker tn Germany, but
; she is the best in the world Mrs. j
Furgit Stiglmeier. whose husband
is a businessman, won the gold
medal in the 19tC West German
Shoemakers competition in Nuren
burg and then copped top honors at
the International Shoe Repair com
petition held here recently. The
fust woman ever to be ranked
among top prizewinners Mrs Stigl
nteirr entered her wedding shoes,
which were indisttnguiable from
tirw after she had expertly repair
ed the danced-through soles, worn
down heels and the scuffs and cut*
works, leal any man should boait"
Tht» is important We cannot !
pay or do anything to gain an *n- |
trance into heaven We must re
ceive eternal life as the free gift of :
God. through Christ who died for
■ For the wages of tin is death.
. but the giD of God is eternal life,
through Jesus Christ our I-o'd"
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Many good organisations are working with our
r youngsters, developing an interest in other lands and
the ones who dwell there. The church through
God’s word also teaches us about our
neighbors and what our attitude should be
■jipflr * toward them. The earth is the Lord's and the fulness
thereof; the and they that dwell
f \ The Church is God’s appointed agency in this world
for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and
of His demand for man to respond to that love by
loving his neighbor. Without this grounding in the
love of God, no government or society or way
v will long persevere and Hie freedoms which we hold
\ft so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore, even from
B ft o selfish point of view, one should support the Church
It I for the sake of the welfare of himself and his family.
7 f 'JjS* « I mt Beyond that, however, every person should uphold
|i| and participate in the Church because tells the truth
about man’s life, death and destiny; the truth which
alone free to as a
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