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TRAGUS'S DRY CLEANING. ISM
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CLEANERS NO X, Paul Easterling.
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rlor. Reg. MAS gat. Now |SA9-
Howell and Sharp, Inc., IZ3 Gienwood
All Mnoni haying claimK agtlngi
Ruth aßeckwith.Ute of Wake Coun
ty. North Carolina, are notified to
exhibit tha same to tha undersigned
on or before February 4. IMS. or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of re
covery. This August 4. 1964.
p t A <-■ yM.» * V TP?
U 0) Poole Road
Harrall Seawall and Churchill, A ttys
Auguat A U, S 3. SS, 1964.
The undersigned, having qualified as
Administratrix of the estate of Willie
H. Snow, late, of Wake County. North-
Carolina, this is to notify all persons
having claims against said estate to
present them to the undersigned on or
before February tt, 1966, or this no
nce will be’ pleaded in bar of. their
recovery. All persona indebted to said
estate will please make immediate
payment to the undersigned, at the
law office of Morris and Grandy,
Lawyers BbSdlng, Raleigh, North Car
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This the 11th day of August, 1664 T.
KITTIE M. SNOW
1310 East Jonas Straet
Raleigh. North Carolina
MORRIS AND GRANDY. Attya.-at-Law
Lawyers Building. Raleigh; N. C.
August 15, 23. £; Sept. 6, 1964
Under end by virtue of the power
and authority vested In that mortgage
deed executed by William M. Giles
and wile, Marie X. Giles, of Wake
County. North Carolina, to Willie
Snow of Wake County, North Caro*
Una. which mortgage deed is recorded
in Book 1178. Page 104 of the Wake
County Registry, and default having
been made in the payment of said in
debtedness. I. Kittle Snow. Admini
stratrix of the estate of Willie Show,
deceased, owner of the indebtedness,
secured by said mortgage deed, will
on September 28, 1964 at the hour of
12:00 o'clock. Noon, offer for sale and
sell to the highest bidder for cash the
loUowing described property to satisfy
the Indebtedness secured by the said
mortgage deed; to-wit:
Beginning at a stake in the center
of the road and runs thence along Foy
Allen Hodge's line North IT-6 West
1757 feet to the center of a small
branch at Whitefleld and Brown's
corner, thence along Whitefleld and
Brown's lihe South 10-85 West 506 feet
to an iron pipe and pointers at Rollo
Fowler's corner, thence along Hollo
Fowler's line South 87-80 East 1038.5
ft. to the center of the road, thence a
long the road North 51-87 West 186
feet North 88-00 East 348 feet. North
•4-00 East 140 ft North 48-66 East 338
feet to the BEGINNING, according to
survey made February 88. 1818, by
R G Ball. Civil Engineer.
The purchaser will be required to
pay 10 per cent of the big price to
shew good faith.
This the 84th day of August. 1884.
Willie Bt»Av Sttafe
WILLIE SNGW ESTATE.
BY KITTY SNOW,
MORRIS A G RANDY
Attorneys at Law
811-618 Lawyers Building
Raleigh. NOrth Carolina
September 5. 13, 18. 88. 1984.
TEmla-Motown Recording Artist
Stevie Wonder, seem* to be un
able to keep any secrets from his
loyal fans. „
Stevie, apse uterwiag frees a
two-week vacetlew. fsenl Mar
ly 175 members as his fan ehsb
awaiting bis arrival.
, It is not known how Stevie'* fans
became aware of the exact date
and time of his arrival since all of
this information had been very :
As Stevie asid hie mother
stepped from the ear in freet of
Hitsville. C. 8. A. te Detroit.
Michigan, it was snly throng.)
Ufa Intervention e# recording
magnate. Berry Gerdy. Jr, that
, they were aat mebbed by the
As the fchnd genious walked up ;
the steps, he could only *mo* snd !
fay. "Gee Whix. news sure tratels
fast* " i
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ANNOUNCEMENTS CARDS OP THANKS 'NMEMORIAM LEGAL NOTICES REAL ESTATE ROOMS _ APARTMENTS EKRMBEB FOR KBIT
1. After a summer of work or
play etc, some children are anxious
to return to school; others are more
reluctant. But, if you don't return
to school, you know that your fu
ture has already passed. So, as you
go back, keep in mind the first day
—and all the Way through—that,
now is the time to do your best
now is the time to make the grade
now is the time not to flunk; Here
comes an old saying that ia also
very new, because “An ounce of
prevention is" —STTT T— •• —th a
pound of cun.’’—even morel
1 Due to certain tragedies to
happen during the long, Labor Day
week-end, soma children whe en
ter or reenter school this week
BT BLANCHE A. RIVERS
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Hello, it's tips time again- Bead
To High Court
WASHINGTON, D. C —The U. S.
Supreme Court was asked last weak
to reverse the breach of sod
unlawful assembly convictions of 11
“Ysre Freedom Ritler-," in sn np
peal by the NAACP Legal Defense
Fund lawyers offered many
arguments on behalf es the
seven Negroes and fear whites,
several es whom are prominent
leaders In the civil rights
These Freedom Riders were ar
rested on May 23th. 1961 in the
Montgomery. Ala. bus terminal
when they sat at the lunch counter
seeking Service. ’
According to the Defence Fund
brief, the conviction*, violated the
due process clause of the 14th A
mendment in that there id no evi
dence of guilt
The attorneys also argue that
the statutes under which the Free
dom Riders were prosecuted are
vague and inde ilte and therefore
give no fair warning of punishable
Fund attorneys farther ar
gued that tha Fredom Ildars
arrest and conviction violated
tha Mth Amendment guarantee
of eqoal protection of the law.
since atata agents enforced
In addition, the Fund contended,
the Freedom Riders were denied
freedom of assembly, which is
guaranteed by the let Amendment.
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thall net be around to centime. and
some parents who tend their chil
dren this week will not be around
to sand them hack. No sane parson
Intends to end up as a fatality, but
lick of intention is not prevention!
So, for our children's sake—if hot
for our own—let's bo careful, re
membering that. It is wonderful to
celebrate, but woeful *to hellebrate!
3. Any eloquent politician may—
•t times convince some open-mind
ed non-politicians, but let’s not ,be
victims of deceitful
Voting is one of the more selfish'
elements of citiaenship; therefore,
let us somewhat revise Mr. Ken
nedy's unselfish advice: Ask NOT
what you can do tor this candi
date: ask what this candidate WILL
do for you!
slowly and digest van.
Tha Greatest aim Fear.
Tha Biggest day: Today. >
Tho biggest fool: Tho boy who
will not go to school
Tho greatest bore: One who will
not come to the point
Tho greatest daceiver One who
The greatest invention of the
Tha greatest secret of production:
The best work: What you like.
The bast play: Work.
The cheapest, stupidest, and easi
est thing to do: -Finding fault
The great comfort: The knowl
edge that you have done your work
Tiiv g;64il**«. Uuwi.it G..«
who talks too much.
The greatest stumbling block:
The most dangerous person: The
The meanest feeling of all: Feel
ing bad at another's success.
The cleverest man: One who al
ways dots what ha thinks is right.
Tha greatest nead: Common
* The greatest putzle: Life.
-The greatest mystery: Death.
The greatest tb< ught: God.
The greatest thing in all the
This list stays on the bulletin
board in the home of Mrs. John J.
Frielingsdorf, Northbrook, 111., as a
Monthly earnings In Ceylon
average the equivalent of 97, with
a tow of $4.13 a month for unskilled
labor. Contributions to CARE'S
IN LIFE, as in fiction, wo all
look forward to a happy ending
and ara resentful if it turns out
Sunday School ia held on every
Sunday morning at U>:3o a. m.
Bring your children to Sunday
School Rev. Smith, Pastor
■I WSSS jjmgm
SHAW RECEIVES $205,000 FOR SALE OP PROPERTY - Dr. James E. Cheek, second
from left, president of Shaw University, presents deed oi Watt Camput property to the City oi
Raleigh. Paul Smith, city attorney (right) presents a check for $205,000 to Dr. Cheek. Next to At
torney Smith are Mrs. Ellen S. Alston, secretary to the Shaw trustees board, and-Attorney Sam
uel S. Mitchell, who drew up the deed.
Receives Check For $205,000:
Shaw University Formally
Transfers West Campus
Shaw University formally trans
ferred the West Campus building
property to the City of Raleigh for
the sum of 1205.000 on Friday,
August 29. President James E.
Cheek stated that the sale of this
building reoresents the first step
in the University's redevelopment
J. J. Henderson, treasurer.
Null, Ciiuliit* liyiutj Litt- I;>-
snranee Company, Durham, and
Charles C. Spaulding Jr., vice
president. counselor of the com
pany, were on hand ta release
an extottng mortgage of 9US.-
664.42 whleh the North Carolina
Mutual Life Insurance Com
pany held on the building.
The deed to the property was
signed over to the city by Dr. John
W. White, chairman of Shaw's
trustee board and Mrs. Ellen S.
Alston, secretary to thelsoard. The
City was represented by Paul Smith,
chairman of Shaw's trustee board
and Mrs. Ellen S. Alston, secretary
to the board. The City was repre
sented by Paul Smith, city attorney
who presented the $205,000 check.
A new administration building to
cost approximately $73,000 will be
constructed on the main campus
adjacent to Shaw Hall. The new
building is scheduled for occupancy
in January. Tha University will con
tinue to expand eastward. Dr.
Cheek said. The new administra
tive building planned is a part of a
$3 million capital development pro
gram planned fbr the college.
The old administrative build
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YOU ARE THE DETECTIVE
Upon your arrival at the scene of this afternoon's tragedy, you
am conducted by highway patrolman Tim Connery to a place on the
chore of the woodland lake where the body of the young strangled
girl lies, and judging by the marks and bruises on her throat you de
termine that she was choked and strangled from behind. Upon re
moving the dark-tinted sunglasses from her eyes and the gaily-col
ored soars which coven her hair, you see that she was an exceedingly
attractive blonde. Examination of her purse, which ilea oh the sandy
sod nearby, turns up three wilted looking one-dollar bills, 71 cents In
coins, a half-consumed package of cigarettes, two paper books of
mstMhcs, and a driver's licens identifying the victim as Anne Helms.
10 years old.
Later Investigation reveals that Anne was employed at a
ear-bop at one of the local roadside mting establishments,
a waitress who served pasmngers hi then Mrs, and the evening
newspaper's story of the tragedy features a somewhat blurred
platers of the girl In her working Uniform tight-fitting
* stacks, Moose, and a little peaked eap/perrhed jauntily on one
aide of her bead. Yon also discover that Anne was state pepolar
wtth mast of her male customers and dated seme es them, and
that caecf these young men was Ted Clayton, wealthy playboy,
and that ha'had been seen aeootlng over the lake In his oat
beard motorboat around the time the murder took place. And
■ft yen *ave him brought In for guestlonlng.
"I thciyht you’d be calling for me sooner or later." Clayton ex
claims upon his arrival. "X knew I had been aeen t»n the Lake this af
ternoon. and that was the first thing that came to my mind when I
saw the girl’s picture in the paper this Evening. I only ate onoe at the
Macs when she worked, late one night just before closing time, and
I offered a tide home . . . and she accepted. It was awfully dark that
wtfht, sc dark that I didn't even know she was a blonde—only found j
that but when Z read thestoryln the paper ... and that night was the
only Has lever saw her. But I sure reobgnleed her picture in the paper
as the girl I saw walking this afternoon beside the lake with a tall.
♦Mp man In gray, plaid slacks and a sport shirt with a gay. flowered
pattern on It. They seemed to be having a Mg argument because they
wen talking hard and waving their arms about violently . . . and I
mw Mm grab her by the shoulder and shake her angrily, t 00.."
“Did you overhear anything they were Mylng?"
HC .. . nothing definite .. . just a sort of jumble sound of their
vetoes. Anyway, I didn't figure It was any business of mine . . . and
smlelimlj X didn't dream there was anything like murder In the off 4
lac! I didn't come any closer to them than about 200 yards or so .
Met kept cruising around . . . and finally back to the dock. It wasn't
until this evening when I reed the paper that I knew what finally hap
*l think you knew what happened leag before this evening."
you my. “Cupps »e you ted me the real slery!"
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tpra* moms tfsqi JO panos etp iseq pjnoo ay no* nutuuojuf—jUois
em Partita or taenbofS ooj *mn S eanoeq o*tY no l or Utarnun oo»
spanot tstu. uuojrun gutgson wq usqi tsqio m pus ‘pmq jsq rnoqs
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eq man spuofq s ns »qs aouy u*m i.upjp Su jsqi pus 'rqsiu gisp
ism soo njotsq l|tso «on*H euuv smug sq jvqi nol pjre uoufsia
tng, sold Friday, was the aid
R»x Hospital. Tha • true tore was
purchased from Wake County ,
In IMS. “Tho sale wtU enable no
to begin the school year with
a major capital project under
foot,” Dr. Cheek said.
Show is now tn the process of
meeting the Went Ompti* property
and hopes to be moved to the East
Camnn* hv the end of this week.
Shaw University was founded in
1865 and is the oldest co-educattonal
college In America serving Negro
ONE OF LIFE'S jokes is that
people who scoff it materialism
are often living beyond their In?
y Old • • •
and the choice ii youri!
and the choice i« theirs?
BY MISS MAE N. HOPSON
CAJtY—The quarterly session of
the District Union Nos. 1 and 2 of
the United Church of Christ. Mid
its meeting at the Cary United
Church of Christ Saturday and
Sunday, August 38 and SO, The
Rev. J. M. Burrell is pastor. The
devotion opened at 1 p. m. by Rev.
C. C. Burnett.
Address by Rev. C. F. Meadows,
president. Round-table dlscuHlon.
Topic: “Whet makes a church the
Church?’’, led by Rev. Herman Lee
and Rev. R. L. Monrow, pastor of
|Mt Calvary United Church oi
I Christ, Durham. Alternate, Rev. J.
nr. ii,. i*44M»iUfeni Wo;u,.Csii*-
llna Conference of the United
Evening sesaion: 6:30 p. m. De
votion led by Rev. Sister Mary
Davis Welcome address, on behalf
of the church, Rev. J. M. Burrell:
Deacon Board, Mr. Lee Grissom;
Sunday School. Mr. Robert Jones;
Ushers. Mr. Howard Patterson;
Missionary; Mrs. Annie FerMll; and
Response, Rev. J. H. Hooker.
Sunday morning worship eervirt
began at 11:30 a. m. with the Cary
United Church of Christ choir in
charge of music. The message was
brought by Rev. Little, the pastor
of Pleasant Grove Church of Christ
Discussion on Topic, "Can you
opsrats a Changleis Church in a
changing World." by the Deacons.
Next was s Ladies Missionary
Hour. Mrs. J. P. Mangum of Frank
linton, was speaker. She spoke on
tha subject. "What is Mission?"
The ladies were inpsired by the
Sunday evening, the Macedonia
Pour of Raleigh, held their 18th
anniversary at tha Cary Elemen
tary School Gymnasium. Those
appearing on the program were:
the Gospel Jubilees, Divine Trsvel
ars, Capital City. Five, Gospel
Desciples, Lane Sisters. Gospel Airs,
Ed Hall and the Evening Five, all
of Raleigh: Holland Chapel Male
Chorus of Apex, Silver Echoes of
Garner. Voices of Harmony of As
bury. and the Unttrt Gospel Sing
era of Hottmon Mr Jamas Thomas
of WLLE was master of ceremony.
First and sacond prizes were re
warded. First prise went to Mr.
Perry of Raleigh, second prize to
Mrs. Reatha Jonaa, also of Raleigh.
Mr. and Mr*. Bethel and Children
have returned to their home In
Winston-Salem aftar spending soma
time with Mr. Farrell's mother,
Mrs. Lovle Farrell, of 109 Grey St.
SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT
"What aver you dislike in an
other person be sure to correct In
Yes. We All
VaShsg by Oeaarsl Cement
Voting by general consent is a
way of voting by not voting. (No
Ssppaaa tha chairman, after
hearing Ike mtnates es the pre
viene meeting read, says, "If
there are no eerr rattens, the
minutes dial approved aa
read." This amthod of voting
saves eewstdsrahle time.
Generally, however, the chair
man would prefer to say. “You
have heard the rending of the
minutes of the previous meeting,
what is your pleasurp?"
A member Haas and nay*.
"Mr. Chairman. I move the
adaption es the mtnates of the
prevfeno meeting Jnst reed."
Another member eeesnds the
The Chairmen says. "It has been
moved and seconded the', we adopt
the minutes of the previous meet
ing Is there any discussion, or are
there any eorectiens?"
tt there are me eorroctlcne.
the chairman presorts to take
the rats nsnslly by aelaamtlm
READER: Tor my chart of par
liamentary motions, send seventy
five cents to cover Coat of produc
ing and handllnr W ti Dr. M H.
Boulware. Florida A A M Univer
sity. Box 316-A, Tallahassee, Flori
da. 22907. t
ealeioh, n. a. MTtntaff eSymbee l ism
‘Upset* 20 Grand Club 2
Fans in Detroit's Twenty Grand
Club war# wary pisaaantly sur
prised and perhaps a little shack
ed to. see members of the MI
RACLES quintet on stage with tha
TEMPTATIONS during tha show.
THE TEMPTATIONS, who
ware appearing at tha slab with
KIM WESTON, veatrUloqntoi
WILLIE TYLER and LESTER,
and THE ANDANTES, spirt
ed THE TEMPTATIONS' Mg
geet hit, "The Way Yen Do The
Things Ten Da," and kto lovely
wife Claadette who b also S
member of THE MIRACLES
sitting at a nearby table. THE
TEMPTATIONS playfully at
tempted to got tha young couple
aa stage slang with Ronnie
White, another member as the
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