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License No. BZ 5259 N. C. (196*)
Serial No. 681127369
Serial No. CS3T 101447
Motor No. AD 10837717
WAK A E DMmISTRATORS NOTICE
Having qualifi ;d as administrator of
the estate of Adam Fulton, deceased,
late of Wake County. North Carolina,
this is to notify all persons having
claims against said estate to exhibit
them to the undersigned at Route No
3, Box 451-A, Cook Road. Durham.
North Carolina, on or before the 14th
day of May. 1963. or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their recovery
as provided by G. S. 28-47
All persons indebted to said os' 3 ** ]
will please, make Immediate payment
to the undersigned
This 10th day of November. 1964.
BOBBIE LEE BROWN
Administrator. Estate of Adam Fulton,
BUMP ASS AND BELCHER. Attya.
109 Dunston St., Durham. N. C.
Nov. 14-21-26. Dec 5
W^. K vmg C °q U a. Administratrix
of the EsUte of WilberU Owen Law*,
deceased, late of Wake Ccunty. North
Carolina, this is to notify all persons
having claims agomstthe estate of
eald deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned at 322 E. Davie s t r **h
Raleigh, N. C . on or before the B*h
day of May. 1965, or thisnottoewUl
be pleaded In bar of«»heii_recovCTT.
AU persons Indebted to tTWVsUte wUI
pleese make Immediate payment
ThU 10th day* cf November 1964.
MRS. MARCELINE SMITH. Admx.
F J. CARNAGE. Atty.
Now. 14-21-28; Dec. 5
WAKE COUNTY , . , xlrlr
Having qualified aa Administratrix
of the Estate of William Roberts, de
ceased. late of Wake County, North
Carolina, this is to notify all persons
having claims against the estate of
said deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned at *4OB Kilgore Avenue
Raleigh. North Carolina, on or before
the 23rd day yf May. 19*5 or thls no
tiee will be pleaded in bar ifthetr
recovery. AU persons mdebtod to the
estate wiU please make immediate
MRS. OLLIE J. ROBERTS. Adminte
F. J CARNAGE. Attorney
Dee. 12-19-26. Jan. 2.
WAKE COUNTY .
Having qualified as Administratrix
of the Estate of Berry O. Wilcox de
ceased. late of Wake County. North
Carolina, this is to notiOr all
having claims against the «***• "
said deceased to exhibit them to to*
undersigned at Method. North Caro
lina. on or before the 13rd day ot
May. 1995. or thi* notice will be ptoad
ed in bar of their recovery. AU pex
aona indebted to the estate wall plaaae
make immediate Wment
TT.ll sth day of December. ’J**.
MRS MARIE WILCOX Admwßtretrls
F. J. CARNAGE. Attorney
Dec. 11-19-*s: Jan *• t ■
NORTH CAROLINA , . -
Having qualified as Executors®*
the Estate of Caßie Allen, daeaamd.
late of Wake County. North Carolina.
this la to natafy all perms havnw
eiabna againrt the estate of said de
ceased ta exhibit «m to the undp
togned at m Cam** Street. Hateigi.
If you have uninvested money and
unsettled business ambition, why
not try TOYS. It any American in-
North Carolina, on or before the 9th
day of June, 1965, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their recovery.
AU persons indebted to the estate wUI
please make immediate payment.
This Bth day of December, 1964.
HUBERT WILDER and BLANNII
F. J. CARNAGE, Attorney
Dec. 12-19-26; Jan. 2.
NOTICE OF RESALE OF REAL
Under and by virtue of the authority
contained in a certain deed of trust
executed by Mazie Hinton and hus
band. Robert Hinton, to Charles H
Young and A. L Purrington, Jr.. Trus
tees. dated December 27, 1965 and re
corded in Book 1221, page 294. Wake
County Registry, default having been
made in the payment of the indebted
ness secured by said deed of trust and
at the request of the bolder of the
bond secured thereby and in conform
ity with an order of resale entered
by the* Clerk of Superior Court of
Wake County on November JO, 1964,
the bid for the property herein de
scribed made at a prior sale having
been raised, as provided by statute,
the undersigned Trustees wiU offer
for sale and seU at public auebon to
the highest bidder for cash at the
Court House Doer in Raleigh. Wake
County, N. C.. at 12:06 o'clock noon
On Thursday, December 17, 1964. the
following described real estate in
House Creek Township:
AU those certain tv/o lota of par
cels of land lvlnv in Wak<- Counlv nn
me west siclq cl U. S. Highway No.
ISA, bounded on the north by Uie
lands of Nannie Hunter, Last by U.
S. Highway No. 15-A, South by Katie
Cluvls, on the west by Nannie Hun
ter. and described as follows: BEGIN
NING at a stake In the western mar
gin of Highway No. 15-A, said point
being the northwest corner of Lot No.
12 according to the map hereinafter
referred to. and runs thence along
the margin of said highway south 10
degrees west 90 feet to a stake, the
northeast corner of Lot No. 10; thence
north 80 degrees west with the north
ern line of Lot No. 10, 200 feet to a
stake; thence north 10 degrees east 90
feet to a stake; thence south 90 de.
grecs east 20C feet to toe point of be
ginning ; .being Lots Nos. 11 and 12 as
shown by survey and map made by
Pltbnan Stell, C. £.. December 1946,
and also being the same property con
veyed by Nannie Hunter to Mazie
Hinton by deed dated 2 July 1947 and
recorded in Book 993, page 299. Wake
County Registry. Subject to general
utility easements to Carolina Power St
Light Co. and Southern Bell Tele
phone and Telegraph Company.
The bidding will begin at $577.50,
the amount of the raised bid. The
Trustees will require a deposit of 10
percent of the first SI,OOO and 5 per.
cent of the bid in excess thereof as
evidence cf good faith.
A. L'. PURRINGTON, JR. and
CHARLES B. YOUNG, Trustees
PURRINGTON and CULBERTSON
927 Insurance Bldg.
Falcigh. N. C.
Dec. 9th and X6th. 1964.
NOTICE: RESALE OF LAND UNDER
DEED OF TRUST
WHEREAS, toe undersigned, acting
as Administratrix of the Estate of
Willie Snow, Mortgagee, in a certain
Mortgage executed by WiUlam M.
Giles and wife, Marie E. GUes to Wil
lie Snow, recorded to Book 1178, at
page 104 In the Office of the Register
of Deeds of Wake County. North Car
olina. The Administratrix, Kittie
Snow, did on October 26, 1064 under
the terms of said Mortgage offer for
■ esale the lands described in said
Mortgage, and that James L GUes
became the last and highest bidder
in the sum of $1675410, and whereat
said bid was reported on October 29,
1964 in the Office of the Clerk of the
Superior Ccurt of Wake County.
North Carolina, and whereas within
the time allowed by law an advanced
bid of George D. Myatt was reclived
and filed with the Clerk of the Su
perior Court of Wake County. North
Carolina, and an order issued direct
ing a resale of said lands.
NOW. THEREFORE, under and by
virtue of the said order of the Clerk
at the Superior Court of Wake County
and the power of tale contained In
said Mortgage, the undersigned Kittle
Snow, Administratrix of Willie Snow,
Mortgagee,- wiU offer far resale and
aeU at public auction to the highest
bidder tor cash at the front door of
the Wake County Court House in Ra
leigh, North Carolina, at 12 DO o'clock
noon, on the 21st day of December,
1904. the property located In Wake
County. North Carolina, and describ
ed in that Mortgage recorded In Book
1170 at Page 104 In the Office of the
Register of Deed* of Wake County.
North Carolina, which reads as fel
BEGINNING at a stake to the cen
ter of the road and runs thence along
Foy Allen Hodge's line North 17-8
West 1757 feet to the center of a smaU
branch at Whitefield and Brown’s cor
ner, thence along Whitefield and
Brown's line outh 10-29 West 509 feet
to aa iron pipe and pointer* at Rollo
Brown's line South 10-29 West 996 feet
Fowler's line South 97-99 East 10995
feet to the center of the road, thence
along the road North 51-27 West 18$
feet North 99-00 East 248 feet. North
64-00 East 140 feet North 48-410 East
329 feet to the BEGINNING, accord
ing to survey made February 9*. 1919.
by B. G. Ball. Civil Engineer.
By Court Decree heretofore issued,
the Mortgagee is telling only a 1-4
interest in the above described land
and the purchaser of said land will
be purchasing only a 1-5 interest ta
the above described land* Said Md
will start at $190059.
Tbs purchaser will be required to
pay U percent of the bid price to
show good faith.
This the 3rd day of December. 199 L
WILLIE KNOW ESTATE
By KITTIE SNOW. Administratrix
MORRIS AMD GRANOY. Atfomey*-
at-Law. (11-412 Lawyers Building.
Ralatoh. North Carottaa.
Dec. 9th and 10th. 1994.
NOTICE OF SALE OF AUTOMOBILE
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
COUNTY Or WAKE *
WILLIAM L. MeLAURIN.
T-A MeLAURIN PARKING CO.
KEY WASHINGTON GRIFFIN. JR.
By virtue of a storage lien held by
William L McLaurtn T-A McLauria
Parking ("uminr Matos* toe auto
mobile hereinafter described, wtricbl*
registered In the name of Ney WaO»-
tactoe Griffin. Jr . 294 Elizabeth St,
signed will oa the 30th day of Decem
ber. 1904. at 1259 o'clock noon, at the
McLaurtn Parking Lot oa Wasl Mar
dus try EVER enjoyed built-in ad
vantages, it’s toys! It is best done
on a domestic basis: The produet
i$ your amunitton; psychology, your
gun; the child, your target; the
parent, your victim, and SILVER,
your GOLDIN goal!
Let's begin with the doll, Silly
Lillie: In addition to her wardrobe,
luggage and first aid kit, she has
daughter*, Messy Jessie and Graxy
Daisy, song, Black Mack and White
Dwight, and—of course, husband.
Red Fred! Naturally, the whole
family has to be supplied with
food, clothing and the other neces
saries and luxuries—including furn
ished, equipped home with Cadillac,
swimming pool and three-car
garage—etc, etc, etc.
Remember, parents, the adver
tiser has convinced your children
that lacking either of certain num
erous items makes Silly Lillie and
family unhappy; THIS, of course,
would make your children unhap
py, so, while shopping, don’t
PLEASE don’t forget to get cousins
and neighbors, Goosey Lucy. Con
trary Mary, Brainy Janey, Hairy
Larry, Low Joe, Tali Paul and the
If you want to be considered kind
and considerate, you mustn’t omit
grand parents. Gray Faye and An
tique And>. Kctjj in mind, parents,
that ALL these folk have to be
completely outfitted for life—in
cluding a Santa to visit them on
Christmas. And, parents, when
you're sure that you're thiough
spending money for toys, you sim
ply must realize that hilly Lillie
and Red Fred have been married
for quite a while, ad there Just
happens to be the OTHER man and
the OTHER woman. Steady Eddie
and Petty Bettie—BUY THEM!
HSF Grant Os
To A&T College
GREENSBORO A&T College
has been awarded a grant of 088,-
650 by the National Science Foun
dation for the operation this year
of a Summer Institute in Biology
for Secondary School Teachers.
Announcement of the grant
was made last week by Dr.
Lewis C. Dowdy, president of
the college. Dr. Dowdy said
that Dr. Artis T. fravee, pro
fessor and chairman of the De
partment of Biology will serve
as Institute director.
He said applications will be ac
cepted through March IS, 1089.
tin Street Raleigh, North Carolina,
■ell to the higher bidder for cash to
■attsfy said storage lien on the right
title and interest which the said Ney
Washington Griffin, Jr, has In and
to the following described automo
One (I) 1950 Cadillac 4-door auto,
mobile, license No. 1964 N. C. CB-5303,
■trial No. 806110914. City of Greenville
license No. 6953. 19M.
Said tale shall be mado to satisfy
a storage lien In the amount of FOR
TY DOLLARS (*40.00). which repre
sents the storage charges to December
I. 1964. plus storsge st th rate of TEN
DOLLARS ($10.00) per month from
December 2, 1961 unUl sold automo
bile la sold.
This the 2nd day of December, I*B4.
WILLIAM L. MeLAURIN
Dm. 9-16. 1964.
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H any tmrvtoe. why net
In the December 5 edition of the
Saturday Evening Post is a story
of inspiration for all of Negro Am
The article, ‘’Don't Blame The
Ghetto ”, was written tor David B.
Lee, a young self-made Negro. In
his article, Mr. Lee tells bow he
escaped the Harlem Ghetto and
urges others to do the same by
waging their own rebellion against
the slum, which he states is noth
ing more than a “prison of mind"
where hopelessness can be away
The article is completely out of
harmony with writer James Bald
win and others who aeem to want
to place the blame for the Negro’s
inability to gain full citizenship
and human acceptability complete
ly on White America,
Mr. Lee takes issue with James
Baldwin, proclaimed by many as
the “Negro Voice”, who has stated
in one of his articles that:
“AU over Harlem, Negro boys
and girls ora growing into etuntod
maturity, trying desperately to find
a place to stand; end the wonder
is not that oa many ora ruined, but
that so many survive."
Soys Mr. Loo, “If any survive.,
why not more?" Lee goes on to
state that too many Negroes are
too anxious to blame the ghetto for
everything. That while there may
be some Negroes who are too week
to escape the ghetto; for others
the slavery is self imposed. The
real reason for the Negro's defeat,
«»v« Ta#, llm in the fact that h*
does not try hard euough to suc
The 17-year-oid Harlem bora so
cial-service worker has not triad
to distort the fact that miseries be
yond description do exist in the
Harlem ghetto, and indeed in ev
ery ghetto, for that matter. What
ho dooe try to point out is the tact
that in iplte of the ghetto, with all
The value of community services
and responsibllltieo was discussed
by Mrs. Emms P. Boyer Friday as
she spoke to the members of th*
Raleigh Business College “family”
in their weekly assembly.
“As Individuals and organisations
in urban and rural (communities,
you are obligated to help all peo
ple regardless of race, color, and
creed, by sharing, giving, and
teaching when and where th* need
is appropriate,” declared Mrs. Boy
er. “This, continued the speaker,
'is the philosophy of service organ
izations such as the YWCA.” Mrs.
Boyer admonished bar bearers to
be alert at feeing the need end to
have convictions to administer to
them if at all possible. Following
Mrs. Boyar's formal presentation, s
lively and informal discussion
period was enjoyed.
Never get mod with an Individual
who doesn't know as much as you
Lyndon B. Johnson, President:
''Firmnees in the right is indis
pensable today for peace. That! imi
nes* wiU always be measured. It*
Those who depend upon others
will not be disappointed.
of its implementations, the Negro
If you have not rood this article,
try to do so at your earliest con
venience. It tears at the very heart
of humanity, for Leo cites his ex
periences as examples, and chides
the Negro about his complacency
and negative attitude toward the
He challenges every Negro to
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YOU ABB THE DETECTIVE
The well-known political leader. Prank Tiller, was murdered several
dags ago, shot in cold Mood on the driveway of his heme just aa he
emerged from his garage. You have been tracking down all possible
sumects, and your investigations hare now led you to the apartment
of Henry Harrington, another polltloian well known for his bitter op
position to Tillar. Armed with a search warrant, you have proceeded
to go through the apartment and. tucked in the book of one of Har
rington's dresser drawers under the pile of shirts, you have found a
gun. A test has revealed it aa the gun which killed TUlor.
“But that doesn’t prove X did the killing,” exclaims Harrington.
“I found the gun Just a couple of days ago ... In the lake in County
Park . . . near the north end of the lake.”
“You found It In the water?” you a* with lifted brows. “Just how
did you do that?”
“I was in one of the rented boots ... doing a little fish
ing. I was rowing near the north end when suddenly I spotted
something glimmering through the water en the bottom of the
lake . . . it's not very deep right there nt the north end . . .
maybe two or three feet. Bo I fished down into the water with
a stick I had with me In the boat, hooked he gun through the
trigger guard, and brought It up. I brought It homo here with
me, cleaned It np. oiled It, put It away, and thought nothing
w*or# Fl**** W . . . tmtll yen rsir.e alone toSaj end tried to
pin this murder rap on me.”
“What day did you soy you found the gun?” you a*.
“X said a oouple of days ago . . . let's see.” Herrington pause* aa
If In deep thought. “It was Monday afternoon ... X know because I
had to hurry home to get dreeeed in time for the big political meet
ing and party in Community Hall.”
You think for a moment, then ask, “Do you mean you
were out on the take fishing Monday afternoon In the steady
downpour of rain we had all that afternoon?”
“Sure,” Harrington comes book defiantly. “A little rain doesn't
“Well, maybe this will bother you.” you retort. Tm taking you
with me on suspicion of having murdered Prank Tillar I”
What has made you suspect Henry Harrington's story?
The rain bouncing on end dappling the surfaoe of the lake would
surely have made it impossible for Harrington to eee the gun "glim
mering through the water on the bottom of the lake.”
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I SIRAJGHT BOUMONWHISMY Jf ||
I muL&wm »emm I
I *wt*i*vt(» *r ®»r wui eumiies eeeeuor* co „yt
wage his own “rebellion of the
mind” against anything that tends
to moke him lose than equal with
P. S.: The oourae you choooo to
follow does not depend upon your
str*'»»n at birth, nor the environ
ment from whence you corn#, nor
even your educational background.
It depends almost entirely upon
you and what you want to do or
be. There ia no legitimate excuse
tor failure, or meekness or soar,
for you have within yourself the
ability to rise above obstacles, fall
urea and disappointments.
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RALEIGH. N. C„ SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18. IBM
125 Major Companies -
Seek Morgan Students
BALTIMORE. Md. Some 195
major companies from throughout
the United States will be holding
recruitment interviews on the Mor
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and alumni from now until ApriL i
Durham Urn month a( No
vember, students have had In
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from each corporatism as Time, 1
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Lilly, Atomic Refining. C A. P.
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Treat and Savings, E. L DuPont 1
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