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| ' CARD OF THANES
I The family o1 the late Willie "Pat"
m White wishes to thank its many rela
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I ions of sympathy during the illness
B and death of its beloved one.
m MRS. ADA WHITE AND FAMILY
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NORTH CAROLINA I
HAVING QUALIFID as Administra
trix of the Estate of Lynwood J.
Young, deceased, late of wake Coun
ty. North Carolina, this is to notify
all persons having claims agaipst the
estate of said deceased to exhibit
them to the undersigned at 1018 S.
Person Street Raleigh. N. C. on or
before tha 32nd day of January. 1965.
or this notice will be pleaded in her
of their recovery. All persons Indebt
ed to the estate will please make im
This 27th day of July. 1964.
MRS. EFFIE F. YOUNG. Admx.
F. J. CARNAGE, Attorney
August 1.8, 18. 22. 1964.
AH persons having claims against
Ruth B. Beckwith. late of Wake Coun
ty. North Carolina, ara notified to
exhibit the same to *i* undersigned
on or before February 4, 1968, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of re
covery. This August 4, 1964.
HENRY BLACKMAN, JR..
1502 Poole Road
Harrell Seawell and Churohlll, A ttys.
August 8. 18. 22. 29. 1964.
The undersigned, having qualified as
Administratrix of the estate of WUlie
H. Snow, late, of Wake County. North
Carolina, this is to notify all persona
having claims against said estate to
present them to the undersigned on or
before February 22, 1965, or this no
tice will be pleaded In bar of theft
recovery. All persons Indebted to said
estate will please make Immediate
Syment to the undersigned, at the
v office of Morris and Grandy,
iwyara Building. Raleigh, North Car
This the 11th day of August, 1964.
KITTIE M SNOW
1310 East Jones Street
Raleigh. North Carolina
MORRIS AND GRANDY, Attye-at-lew
Lawyers Building, Raleigh, N. C.
lugust 18. 32. 29; Sept. 8. 1964
•For Children's CloUitf*
Fed like Mother Hubbard with
aD those clothee in the cupboard—
so be kept epic and span for Four
young ones? Teaching children
how to ear* for their own dothaa
T"«wpa lest work lor you in the
Begin with a roward gjrxtem.
You can use a merit-demerit
ehart with columns for neatness
cleanliness and tidy bureaus. Be
rn ember, rumpled clothes ara
h&rder to dean; so make "hang
ing up" skirt* and jackets pari,
of the project. Tack the chart* up
in each child’s closet and at the
and of tha week total the scores.
This will keep everyone on thdr
toes and la sure to teach rasped
tor personal belonging*.
It maans more to a child to
work out his own system with
your help. If yon giv» him s
drawer of his own to decorate, be
can pick out his favorite color
scheme for it. Let him arrange
the partitions to suit his particu
lar knack for finding' things.
Sweaters, of course, should go
separately in individual plastic
hags. Keeping a clothes brush
handy for woolen garments is
also good. And don’t forget the
first rule of neatness-catching
those rips and botes before they
get*worse. For epte-ehaeking
tears in, titge. give boys in your
family a good merit point. Intro
duee'the girls to a pretty sewing
kit with extra point* for mending
brother's things. This will help
you in your' house work; as lot
them know it. They’ll hke the re
gponsibtLry better. And remem
ber, repairs should be done tefsra
putting clothes away to save
teem longer wear
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for HEAVEN’S SAKE Iterates, we had batter be wise!
Here's the path ever upward, nar
row and straight- Satan's marts are bewitching, and
With torturing trials tbtid thay whs shun
Safely leading to New Jerusalem’s Ara a far-scattered, precious tew!
gate There are many who ask that God's
All souls who so faithfully tread; will be done;
Don’t be tempted to travel the by- Yet, His will they refuse to do!
way broad. Heaven suffers no wants —It Is we
In the happy-go-lucky throng: In needs—
Even weaklings can walk on tha it la we, and our Muter would
downward road— That we w**i>t each other with
But aomebody bee to stay strong! Christian deads;
Down hare's where we ought to do
Far tee wines of tee world have good. I
distracted men x
Until what men should love thay H a good reputation I build to be
loathe! My ill character’s alibi
Yea, a tree may be known by Hi Though I might deceive many—
fruit, but. when ,
Thera are wolvee who eo tooeptsh God knows teat Tm living a lial
ly clothe, If His laws I interpret to ways to
We should watch self and other* team
and often pray. Tha dHgrarsa of my delight.
Because God doesn’t compromise; What ate X whan Tm not what I
For their vain violations the fools really ate? !
mutt pay, For Heaven's aaha, let me be right!
YOU ARE THE DETECTIVE
A young man of 18 hu been brutally murdered! During the eve
ning, at about 10 o’clock, someone had slipped into tha little work
shop attested to tte garage to the rear yerdof hit home and etoU
Bradley Haines a fatal blew on the back of his bead with a Mount
You are now to the little workroom whan tha trapedy occurred,
and you have succeeded to finding no evidence other than aoma mat
ters of dried blood on the brand new stamp alfanm and anxyg the
scattered stamp# on the table where tee young man had evidently
been working that evening. His parents have already told
you that their son had enthusiastically embarked teat vary evening
on the new hobby of stamp collecting, Subsequent questioning of tee
victim’s father and a couple of neighbors turns up what could have
been a motive for tee crime. About a week previously, young Haines
had reported to the police regardtog some nefarious activities of a
had been founded up by the polloe and an liter out on bond pending
trial. Their two leaden had been heard mouthing threats to "get”
After having these two leaden hcwghf late headqaarlera. you
an now questioning one of teem. Tern Barlow. Big and bulky and
early, he exhibits considerable surprise when Informed of tee
murder and the reason far his having lean brought to. "I bad no
part in this,” he Marts out. "Maybe I ted say something cheat
getting even with Haines ... but that was Just talk. I was in my
room all evening . . . listening to same of am records. I*m in
enough trouble without adding mardw to It Hataaa was a loose
lipped guy .. . but I wouldn’t oven hum teaamid of hilling him
for putting tea finger gn us!”
You iHmHmad Bartow and call in tee other suspect, Danny Dale.
HP betray* little or no emotion when told of tee crime. "8o It goes.’’
ho shrugs. "Bat If you’re thinking ct pinning a murder rap on me in
addition to all this other mass Tm to, touts barking up tea wrong
"No one is pinning anything on you," you tell him. "AB we’re af
ter now is a few facta. Now, supposing you tell mo bow well you knew
Bradley Hainea.” •
"Hardly at an .. . Just a sort of nodding aequatotanoa."
"You’re sure of that?”
"Dale hesitates, moistens Us Ups. than blurt* out, "Okay, go I did
talk with him once to a while. The last time was about a week ago
~ . I told him then he ahould keep his nose out of ether people's
business and mend more time licking bis stamps, instead of running
around to the police.”
You lean book to your chair and meditate tor a tow minutes, teen
you say. "Tm afraid your own ‘squealing* baa pointed tea finger of
guilt at you!”
Why do you suspect Danny Dale of tee crime?
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DR. R. FREDERICK WEST
At Shaw U.
Dr. James E. Cheek, president of
Shaw University, has announced
the appointment of Dr. R. Freder
ick West of Raleigh, to the position
of profsmor of Humanities and
Chairman of tea Division of Hu
manities at Shaw.
Dr. *West received tea BA. de
gree from Lynchburg College,
Lynchburg, V*.; tea B.D. degree,
cum lsude, from Yale University
Divinity School, end the Ph D. de
gree In American Church HlJl'vy,
Yale University Graduate School.
As a teacher. Dr. West has
■erred aa Chairman of the De
partment at Religion at Texaa
and Ftsfeaser of Christian Doc
trine in Brito College es the
Bible (ECU’s seminary); Chair
man. Department of Religion at
Wabash CoDege. Crawfordovttl*,
Indiana; Dean es Religions Life
and Chairman of the Depart
ment es Religion, Atlantic Chris
tian College, Wilson; and Pro
fessor es Christian Theology)
and New Testament at Shaw
University Divinity lebaeL
An ordained minister, be has held
full-time pastorates in SaTeigh at
Hlllyer Memorial Christian Church,
and St. Paul's Christian Church.
He is the author of several ar
ticles, “brochures, booklets and
books. Hn most recent book. God’s
Gambler received numerous favor
able press comments.
In addition. Dr. West is active In
Room For One More
A cat is a delightful pet—affec
tionate, clean, and well-man
nered. If you already own a cat
or a kitten, you might well want
another. The first few day» when
the eats are getting acquainted
might taka a bit of patience on
your part, but soon the two
ahould ha ratting along happily
together. The two cats will ob
serve each other and be influ
enced by each other's person
ality. Aa a result, each becomes
• man interesting pet.
Tbs Purine Pet Cere Center
SKperte offer s few hints on in
troducing your cats. It’s beet to
introduce s kitten to en older
eat. It tha newcomer is a kitten*
tha older eat will assume a pa
rental ml* and "take charge."
Whether tea newcomer is a kit
ten or a mature eat, be sure all
daw* an dipped before you
introduce tea eats. If some spit
ting and fasting starts, don’t
leave tea eat* alone together.
. Above aU* ha impartial so then
will be no cause for jealousy.
Most eats in the same house
hold ultimately become friends.
In voy, vary ram eases, the cats
prove incompatible. U this hap
pant you mast rive up the idea
St owning two cate
Contrary to popular fapras
dan, cats and dean get along
vary well togateraT Again, b 5
prepared for an initial period of
adjustment, and always feed
A. A. Heelings
The Capital City Group of
Alcoholics Anonym uo*. founded
in October of 1903. meets each
Wednesday and Friday nights at
$ o'clock at tee Bteodworte St
YMCA. «» 8. Bloodworth St
AU persons having problems
with alcoholic beverages are In
vited to become affiliated with
flti* body. They wiU be wel-
Dinah Shore returns to totovtoloit starring |« seven Funk
Speeials ever ASO-TV network. Her Bret shew aim an Saturday.
October 17, and aentlnue an vartew days thriughaut tha so aeon.
. After* a 17-monthe, vacation bum totetMon. Dtank than vriß ha
hack on video this season, starring la seven Four SpeaUle over
ABC-TV. The premiere program la televised aa jjjqfng evening
October IT, preempting "Hollywood Palace."
This show will be followed on Pettier M, hr tea
Bret of tens daytime Forme -
Specials for Woman which x ... .
Dinah wiU boat, This trio of
iramatte plays, titled "The onoe a mourn.
Menace, of Age,” ' Child in Mow she enjoy* ’ a »ofc6<hrte
Danger” and ”Juet a House, white pres ante her at various
rife," will cart TOneh ae fen*, times end on irregular dates,
■entator and star well-known Her nighttime apecisle of muate
actors. danse, guest entertainers and
In returning to TT, Ilia* interviews wtih famous parson.
Bhors gets completely away alatles to Amarine and abroad
from the rigid schedule aha am scheduled to October, No.
knew for twelve seasons during vemhar, February and Matte,
which tee starred in 444 fifteen. The afternoon Pure* Special*
minute programs and 111 wash.. tor women toR on different
"ly. hour spectaculars. In the dag* to Othhaq December and
•eason Just before eh* requested February,
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fhewgh they odd a wealth Jr nSJt A
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many etvie attain, especially in ro- daughter*. Mary Margaret and Re
gard to human relations and mental been Lynn; and ana son. George
health project*. Kcanate
His wife is Mr* Mary Lewie
West Thay are the parent* of two PIITI SAFELY!
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