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lata of Waka County. Norm Carolina,
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claim* against laid sstate to exhibit
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North Carolina, on or bofore the 14th
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Criticism springs from two
Row*** Intelligent disapproval and
•motional reaction. I
TRUTH ABOUT SANTA
The children commence asking me,
‘'Who la Santa Clause?—
la he a aooMbody living?"
It pleasure* me to tell them. "He
surely is, because
He's a good spirit of giving."
And than, the children want to
Enow. How tong has he bean
Coming oa Christmas to please us?"
"Twas many, many year* ago. for
it alartad when
Santa was good to UT Jcssus.*
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m EIGHT TOT AT TBS BIGHT
tbrfti to watch a small
at play M Christmas morn,
inf. B« rtaa and taroo wrapping
DffMr from amy gilt under the
tree. until suddenly apraad bate*
him Ja a wide array o< tho flnaat
tflfa your money can buy. la aa* 1
laat* and play* with each lor a
wbUa, then diacarda them all in
tevor of Em simplest toy an the
pMbapa your child** lack of to
teraat tn the more Uriah taya up.
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REV. WARD GUEST SPEAKER The Rev. Charles W. Ward, pastor or Raleigh’s Pint
Baptist Church, is shown addressing the Wednesday assembly ot the Raleigh Bueirme College.
Mrs. D. A. Bernes, president-director ot the school, It shown at Rev. Ward’s right. (See story)
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*f«r Willie Meyt signs baseballs and passes them out to the kids in e ward ot Childrens' Hospital,
Oakland, California last week. The baseball Christmas tree is deoorated with autographed balls,
and has at its base Willis’s personal glove. Lett to right ore: Lottie Anne, 2, held by Mays;
Lloyd. 12; and Paul. 14. (UP! PHOTO).
Astounded children ask, "Row old
la ha and what were
Santa * Unit present to Jesus?”
“He’s just as young as time, and
gold, frankincense and myrrh
Were his first presents to Jesus."
Excited, gratsful children quia
"It there anything
»> can gtv* Santa to pay him?"
“Why. bless your hearts, of course
there Is: Don't ask him to bring
Too much and meanwhile—obey
i Dr. Boyd McCandlsuk director of
the lowa Child Welfare Research
Station at the University of lowa
*ay* that buying the right toy* for
your child at the right tune can
stimulate his Imagination, develop
his creative abilities, provide im
portant learning experience' and
promote.his physical growth Each
toy put aside is an opportunity lost,
duppsss we take a leoh at
what Dr. McCandieo* and his
staff advice. If yewr child Is aa
dw Ore years eld—Dr. MsCand
lew believe* it best la paw ap
•haeaa wmsthiag simpler and
■tardy which year child wtU
have so pomposity aunlpelate.
tag H go through He hares offer*
no challenge to your child's
tamgtnslloa. Be woeld get far
greeter sEmntatioo from a cor
which he haa te pash through
an Imaginary trip at his own
Let us suppose that you have two
boy*, aged (our and nine A record
player would be fine (or the nin*
y**r-old, but frustrating for th*
younger boy because he can't ope
rate tt Your four-year-old can
pump up a musical toy and listen
to it play, but your older son would
probably be bored. Besides neither
boy would learn anything from It
Since you should have some mus
ical stimulus tn your homo, your
problem is tour-fold: It must be
something suitable for both chtl- j
dren; you must buy something dur- j
■hie: it should be something tn line
with your budget; finally. If you
have no musical skill of your own.
what you buy must require very
Uttle control and supervision.
On* solution: a good quality akin
drum. With K both children can
learn tempos, improvise rhythms
and generally express their per
sonalittee—even though the expres
sion might be somewhat noisy.
Younger children usually do not
appreciate elaborately designed
1 toys Tor example, three year-old
i Susie, will have much more fun
1 cuddling a simple rubber dr rag
| doll than she will trying to obey
your warnings not to break a fancy
| replica of herself.
Aa a child grows older he sc- j
quires more interests. Your con- 1
tlnuiag responsibitty as parent, is
te «accurate these interests and to
craato sow ones with the proper
selection of taya.
B your child spends • great deal:
of time at Indoor activities, a bi
cycle ar tricycle will soon coax ;
him outdoors This doe* not mean i
you should discourage his indoor , \
play; you merely add another,
■ year yew* hey haadtm li
complex problems and equip
ment with excitement and «a
ih Balaam, ha will enjoy bobby
I tame each as tools medal
planes advanced construction
sets a radio kit, telegraph sat
ar fingerprint outfit. A mteoil*
toy ho can amembt* himself
will *UmaUte his Interest and
tmasmotion. Girls with a flora
far complex toy* can bo given
handicrafts game* of skill or
miniature appliances which act
Older children In this group wOI
enjoy family recreation. Oame*
such as quoits shuffleboard and cro
quet will promote family together
■ new and provide real fun for every
By th* time your child la ten
years old. he or she should be do
i vising new games and building
toys which challenge. Your Job at
this point is to display real interest
In your youn*strr's achievements
and suggest other play activities
which will uriher excite bis imagi
There, then are the questions you
should keep in mind when select
ing toys thij Christmas:
I. Why are yen baying rear
child a particular toy? Have
yen rhoeea k because yaw Uke
it, ar bora are you think year
I. Bew aid Is year child? Da
yea keep this strictly to a*tod
I ween yea select a My? Ate
yea baying btm something ha
I wilt understand and enjoy?
1 What are year ahOdVto
iciest? Are yen farthering eamo
current Interest trying M sttea
■tale a aew one, ar ha. Mg a
toy which will da aellharT
Dr. McCaadless in his summary
say*.- "Toy* art a vital link in Em
development of every young boy or
girl. Parents who chooaa wisely a*
th* department store counter wtE
he making a sound investment to
their child’s future.
YOU All THI DETECTIVE
Tbs Uttla four-room oottog* is s busy placs at 10:30 this dark
sad windy night. A polio* photogrmhper Is snapping picture* from
different angle* of the dead body of middle-aged Susan Newman,
which Is sprawled face-down In tbs middle of tbs living room floor
Other policemen are dusting tbs room for fingerprint* and searching
through the houae for other due*. You turn to the victim's distraught
husband. Prank Newman.
"Mr. Newman, will you pleas* tell me exactly how your wife was
It'* painful to talk about." Newman begins tearfully. “But I sure
want to do all I can to help you catch tbs man who killed my pour
Busan. Bhe and I decided to go to a movie tonight, and because of
the great number of burglaries that have been taking place around
this neighborhood for the past several weeks, I tdok extra precaution*
... made sure *ll the windows were closed and locked, turned off all
the lights, and was careful to lock both the roar and the front doors.
"We were gone for aknost throe hours ... returned hero at about
ten o'clock tonight. I had no Indication that anything was out ot
order In or around the bouse ... until I opened the front door. I beard
someone moving around In the darkness on the other side of the
living room. I yelled out lomethlng ... I don’t know what... and
be must have gotten nervous, because he fired about three ttaues
toward us where we stood in the front doorway. He missed me, but I
heard Susan cry out In pain ... then she fell to the floor . dead!"
Newman gases sadly down at his wife’s body tor a moment, than
continues: "After the intruder fired hi* gun at us. I heard him
stumbling and running towards the roar of the house, heard th* door
bang open, and he was gone. I checked the roar door after I phoned
you. and I could see signs there of hie forcing the lock open with
some kind of chisel or to<&” Newman pauses to draw a handkerchief
from hi* pocket, wipes hi* dyes with it, then turns his gait quickly
back toward you and says. "Oh yes ... this will probably help you
... the cuy had dark rod hair and real light blues eyes, and he was
wearing dark blue slacks, a Mue-and-whlte striped shirt and no tie
and a brown tsbsrdlns Jacket."
“Have you checked yet to determine whether the Intruder sot
away with any of your possessions?” you ask.
"Yes. I looked around quickly, but so far as I oould see, nothing
Is missing. I guess ws Interrupted him too soon. Oh. I hops you’ll
catch up with him . . . soon I”
*1 think we already have him, Mr. Newman." you then state.
"You’re coming with us on suspicion of having murdered your wlfo!”
Why do you susoect Newman «f h*vl*»e him ni-
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