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Khu Klan, members of the civil rights, church and libor union
group* which staged a massive anti-Goldwater parade July 12 th,
wave signs identifying themselves u “Grand Imperial Wisards
for Goldwater." They wore fallow cases with eye holes out out in
another mockery of the hooded order. ([UPI PHOTO).
Thwarted In A Robbery Attempt
CHICAGO (ANP) —Henry West
S 3, let out to rob * South Side cur
rency exchange here last week,
armed with a gun, email knife,
hatchet and a stocking mask. He
crawled through a coal chute lead
ing to a drug store next door, cut
a hole through the adjoining wall
and used a ventilating shaft to en
ter the back room of the currency
On e e Inside, h a waited
patiently for several hours
until Mrs. Margmrite Logan ar
rived at 9 a. m. to open up. Her
husband, who quickly sensed
Oat someone was inside after
his wife had entered, called
In the meantime, Mrs. Logan
locked herself In the cashier's cage
until police came.
The police fired shots and
tear gaa into the currency ex-
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He never did get n chance to put
his hand on any of the money.
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The paxunte of that iha>
teenth-century boy with “cheek
of tan” had it *aas. Ha wmt
Millions of American lnatomn
and fathars bans not basn ao
fortunata; they has* had to
contend with far too oaay trips
to the shoe store aad far toe.
freguent shoe shining sessions.^
However, after five years of 4
research sponsored by a croup
of U. 8. tanner* a now ehemi-'
eal product developed
which will giva laathar a re
markable resistance to eeaffiaff
Caflad “TOshota,* tUa use-
Sboaa treated with it could
ba called “childproof.” You’ve
seen kids 9 "An— ImM as
if their toes wars pot to the
grindstone? That can't happen
with Titakota. The saw com
pound allows shoes to retain
their attractive appearance
until the youngotssr hows
Louis StahL president of
Stahl Finish Company, he.
Peabody, Mass., piodneaea or
the compound, says leather
treated with the new product
acquires its remarkable proper
ties because the urethane com
pound is actually absorbed into
and becomes part of the leather.
Titekote-treated sheas are
impossible to distinguish from
regular leather footwear except
in performance. And, unlike ex
pensive shoes made from syn
thetic materials, these shorn
cost no more than thorn made
cf ordinary leather.
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Q. I poem dwbeetlhoutfer
mrdMffolN~yeeg> jjfora £5
ntipi Bup wra ■»■» y,tijy
A. Thie call* for hnmcdUte
action if jw'ii going to shape
ap far wmmtr socialising. These
•pot exercises will help if you
Mt aside s few sainates of each
day ss extras* time and sot let
anything interfere. Bcpwt the
nut Imi m ttma*
uuuKi rose iwu or rarer nines
the first day, gradually working
op to 10 or 15 or 23 repeats,
geode? First the Knee Bend.
Stand with feet pointed straight
■heed, arms at sides. Simultan
eously raise your eras sad lift
.op onto toes. Use arms as a bal
ance and lower yw— tt into a
deep knee bend, latum to posi
tion. Now foe the Thigh Stretch:
lie lot with arms straight out
g vow riritt tout
Mt «W lift kn *rai*ht «p
and (batch apart as far as poo
side, lapeat Don't expect mir
edes, but k won't be long before
you am sosuhs of your "trim
Q. I louo Ae look of BttW
too gloves with summer
to shaking Than I name
haowjßm" or "off* is right.
I usually get efturf* k the mid
dle of M-gloring end feel like
n awkward octopus. Whet’s
A. Agreed AN sparkling
dam white gtovesNtk up hot
weather outtbl we leva 'am
too! They stay On for hand
the has. And no apologies are
aaeaasasjt On "must" though.
IT'S A FACT/
Ifs a presidential election year for both the United States and
Mexico. Mexico's voters will be electing a new Cengrett at well
at a hen Fietideiii in an eimvtpiieie si peiiiiiui tuim and sts-
Ouetove Dias Ordas, Secre- w ' *l2^s^.
tary es the Interior In the f y^Tm
nrao ent sulnelnlslMllan .C* /
r»*»ni traminiirraTiorb •jo / jR^TjBW
popular a choice h the 52- /_
yea no Id Mr. Dias Order <2\ j|WMm
that meet es the opposition 7-j N XI
parties have endowed his, // * «/
candidacy. Only the con- f IV** v s f J
servative National Action A v«==m» 1 ) rs
SZ AN, a A % \fcjT ' J j/fr.
Mm. The ether parties are j \ «• I v
naming competing dates of j - i /
denal and gubernatorial//|/Y\/ \
V& ( Mexican women first
JL a 4 NpA voted in 1955 and
■ W vjT //} •••<f*d the first four
r 1 . of their sex ever to
|HTj*) rgi serve In Cengrett.
Thla yoor, «he PRI
JHw * L^/l^ glon * *• running two
\ women candidatet
C ■agC/^itoVZm^>m Ma\ L\ for the Senate and
eight for the Haute
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TWINE TAKE TEN —« Mindful of the tummer heat at
North Caroline Cottage theee twin wafers pick a a body tpot on
the eottogda Durham ownpa to do acme out-of-door* studying
during a break. Yvonne Maria, left, and Evelyn France* Suitt, 17,
am beginning treehnwn at the collage enrolled in the vummer ses
sion. Their older rioter, Mr*. Marian Wright, Jr., earned her bach
star's dagraa at NQC in 1936 and rs also enrolled tor the tummer
eeemon aa a graduate atudant. The twine compute to the campu*
from their home ia Craadmoor.
is that your white cotton gloves
be immaculate eeerytiine you put
them on. Wash diem after each
wearing (it takes only a minute
or two, then roll in a towel.)
To make sure they dry over
night, unroll and shake out
Then stuff a Kleenex tissue or
two in the palm of each glove.
This helps the air circulate
through the fabric. They'll dry
in a ply.
Q. Several time* when I’ve
been babysitting with pre
schoolers, they start to cry is
son as meir parents leave. On
little boo, especially, ml for
at least half an hour. The chil
dren always quiet down even
tually, but what can I do to
shorten the "good-by rears'*
A. Keep calm! You've en
countered one of the occupa
tional hazards of babysitting. It
will help to cut the dura two
of "lonesome" tears and tan
trums if you don't panic. Let
the child know yours sympa
thetic. Ifs also comforting to
tell him when his parents am
planning to return. As son as
possible, create a diversion
a new game or a story tailing
session. Never show any anger
or try to frighten or threaten
the child. He'll calm down
much faster if you're calm too.
And, if alt other methods fait,
call his parents.
(For emrwen So ether «sw*•
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MAIN SPEAKER Dr. A. R. Edwards, left, deputy assis
tant secretary of Agriculture, V. S. Department of Agriculture,
Washington, D. C., who delivered the keynote address last week
at the annual Conference of North Carolina Teachers of Voca
tional Agriculture at AtsT College, talk* with Dr. Burleigh C.
Webb, center dean of the AhT School of Agriculture, and W. T.
Johnson, Sr., district supervisor of Vocational Agriculture.
A request has bean received
concerning the proper method of
handling rad raspberry plants
after the fruiting period has bean
completed. Since there is similarity
in the handling of black raspberry
and dewberry plants we might as
well give attention to ell throe.
Tbp y»#M* OM fnHWtojr
canet should be removes immedi
ately after the crop it harvested.
Cut the old canet close to the
ground. New canet (tuckers) will
come from root buds.
I yea are using the hedge
row system es Raining, do net
let rows become wider than
about two feet. This can ba
dona by cutting out (roots and
all) suckers aa they appear.
If you are using the hill sys
tem, save 5-M cones fee the
IMS crop around each stake.
The black raspberry: Remove the
old fruiting canes after harvest
This plant does not “sucker” from
root buds as the new canet origi
nate at the bass or crown of the
plant. 'Whan the new canes are
two or tore# feat in height, pinch
out the tip of each now cans. This
will destroy apical dominance and
cause branching. Branching is da
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sirsble for two reasons: in toe first
place pinching will result In a low
stocky plant; and secondly, the
yield should ba batter too follow
The dewberry: Old fruiting canes
should be removed after harvest
as was the case with the rod and
black rarpberriet. There arc two
methods employed depending upon
where your planting ii located In
In the tower Piedmont and
Coastal Plain, all canes (aid
and new) are removed at the
crown or boas es the plant, the
growing eoeeen in these re
gions la long enough to produce
sufficient new cense for a good
wop In IMS. This procedure alee
ass lets to reducing too aevort-
In too mourgalnt. where toe
growing soaaon is shorter, It is
best to remove only the old fruit
All plants ahoutdWjhs cultivated
and fertilised after poet-harvast
treatments as suggested About 10
ounces of an S-8-8 fertiliser par
plant should ba applied evenly
around the plants and incorporated
with toe soil.
Mechanics & Farmers
Cash in Vault and Due from Banks $1,438,623.74
U. 8. Government Bonds 4,562,421.61
State and Municipal Bonds 379,54087 $ 6380,586.22
Other Securities 1,780,148 95 '
Loens and Discounts 6 592,190.99
Banking Houses - 238,284.99
Furniture end Fixtures 80,603.45
Other Assets 85,608.46 ---.
TOTAL RESOURCES 515,157 423 06
Common Stock _ 466,055 00
Surplus 350.000 00
Undivided Profits - 57,650 06 873.7034)6 “£=~
Reaerve for Bad Debts 57,712.08
Reserve for Loeees 31,5004)0
Other Reserves . . ~ - 116,938.03
Deposits , .—l,. —• 144)77,507.94
TOTAL CAPITAL h LIABILITIES $15,137.4234)0
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