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    NORTH CAROLINA
DURHAM COUNTY
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND 1
UNDER DEED OF TRUST
Under and by virtue of the
power of sale contained in a
certain Deed of Truat executed
by Albert Manley and T«ham
D. Lee, Trustees for Durham
Business Club, dated February
6, 1963, and recorded in Mort
gage Book 708 at Page 116,
Durham County Registry, de
fault having been made in the
payments of the indebtedness
thereby secured and said Deed
of Trust being by the terms
thereof subject to foreclosure,
the undersigned Trustee will
offer for sale at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash
at the Courthouse Door in Dur
ham County, North Carolina, on
Tuesday, June 15, 1971, at 12
o'clock noon, the property con-|
veyed in said Deed of Trust,
the same lying and being in the,
County of Durham, State of
North Carolina, in Triangle
Township, and' more particu
larly described as follows:
TRACT NO. 1: BEGINNING
at a point in the west margin
of North Oak Ridge Boulevard,
said point being 332 feet in a
northern direction from the
northwest intersection of Arch
dale Road and North Oak
Ridge Boulevard: thence South
82 degrees 45 minutes West
299 feet to a stake: thence
North 4 degrees West 100 feet
to a stake: thence North 82
decrees 45 minutes East 293
feet to a stake: thence South
7 degrees 15 minutes East 100
feet to the point of BEGIN
NING and beine Lots Nos. 33
and 34. Block B. as shown by
the Plat of Archdale, surveyed
and platted by J. Ralph Wea
ver. Registered Surveyor, No
vember. 1945. which plat U
duly recorded in Plat Book 15,
at Page 94, Durham County
Reeistrv to which reference is
hereby made for a more par
ticular description.
TRACT NO 2: BEGINNING
at a stake in the West mai*gir
of Oak Rid'ee Boulevard. saW
stake being the corner betweer
Lots Nos. 34 and 35: thenc«
south 82 degrees 45 minutes
West 293 feet to a stake:
thence North 4 degrees Wesi
100 feet to a stake: thene
North 4 degrees West 100 feei
to a stake: thence North 85
degrees 45 minutes East 281
feet to a stake: thence Soutl
7 degrees 15 minutes East 10
feet to a stake which Is th
stake and point of BBGINNTNC
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• TRADITIONAL • MEDITERRANEAN • END All Dinning Room
• COMMODES • ROUND TABLE • COCKTAIL 9 ■ |
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and being Lota Nos. 39 and 80, 1
Block B, as shown by the Plat
of Archdale Subdivide*!, sur»
veyed and platted by J. Ralph
Weaver, Registred Surveyor,
November, 1945, which plat Is
duly recorded hi Book 15, at
Page 94, Durham County Reg
istry to which reference is
hereby made for a more parti
dular description.
This property will be sold
subject to all prior encum
brances and all 1970 ad valo
rem taxes and assessments.
This sale will remain open
for ten (10) days to receive In
creased bids, as required by
law.
The puchaser will be required
! at the sale to make a deposit
of 10% of the flrtt One thous
and ($1,000,001 Dollars of Ms
, bid and 5% for the remainder
' of his bid as evidence of good
faith,
I This 10th dav of May, 10T1.
i W. O. Pearson, n.
Trustee
May 15. 22. 29; June S, 1971
NORTH CAROLINA ' J
DURHAM COUNTY
MALLOY JAMES
vs.
FLORENCE MAY JAMES
IN THE GENERAL COURT OF
JUSTICE
DISTRICT COURT DIVISION
71 CvD 2280
NOTICE
TO: FLORENCE MAY JAMES
TAKE NOTICE that a plead*-
ing seeking relief against fou
has been filed in the above
entitled action.
This is an action for an ab
solute divorce on statutory
grounds.
You are required to make
defense to such pleadings not
later than the 29th day of June,
1971, and upon your failure
to do so the party seeking re
lief and service against you
will apply to the court for the
relief sought.
This, the 11th day of May,
1971.
M. HUGH THOMPSON
Attorney for Plaintiff
203 Vi E. Chapel Hill St.
Post Office Box 1422
Durham, N. C.
May 15, 22, 29
In his recent nationwide
speech, President Nixon an
nounced a slight increase in
troop withdrawlaa of an average,
of 14,200 a month over the cur
rent 12.500 figure from now
until December 1,
Theodore K.
Lawless Buried
In New Orleans
NEW ORLEANS - Funeral
services were held Thursday
for Dr. Theodore K. Lawless,
Chicago, famed skin specialist,
educator and Philanthropist.
Services wen held in the Law
less Memorial Chapel which
Dr. Lawlen had liven to
Dillaxd University as a
memorial to his father a Con
gregational minister and edu
cator.
Dr. Lawless had practiced
! medicine in Chicago for many
years. He was a native of
Ihlbodaux, a small communi
ty about 50 miles from New
Orleans. He received his edu
cation in high school at
Straight College an antece
dent of Dillard. His under
graduate work was done in
Talledega College in Alabama
and he received his MS and
M. D. degrees from North
western University in Chicago.
He did additional study in
Columbia University, Massa
chusetts General Hospital, St.
Louis Hospital in Paris, the
t University in Freiburg, Ger
; many and the University of
. Vienna.
i A very modest man and
! without publicity he gave
liberally to many Individuals
and institutions. Among his
philanthropies are numbered
the Gentilly Gardens luxury
Cont. on 6A
AID TO JORDAN
The United States is supply
ing Jordan with S6O million in
military aid this fiscal year,
according to State Department
officials. Thirty million is in
grants and an equal amount in
arms purchase credits.
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Front: left to right: Jerry
Cott, Eugene Howard, John
Watson, Mack Ezzell. Rear:
Chapel Hill Baha'is Elect Their
Firtf Local Spiritual Assembly
On April 21, the Baha'is of
Chapel Hill elected their first
Local Spiritual Assembly.
After prayers, members were
chosen by secret ballot, but
without nominations or cam
paigning. The Baha'i Faith has
no clergy, and affairs are ad
ministered by this local
governing body. The following
were elected: William Zucker
(Chairman), Eugene Howard
(vice-chairman), Carolyn
Wootten (Secretary), Emma
Allen (Treasurer), Jerry Cott,
Mack Ezzell, Ellen McAllister,
Daphna Stewart, and John
Watson.
Baha'is commemorate April
21 as the holiest day in the
year. The faith began on this
day in 1863, when Baha'u'llah
left to right: Ellen McAllister,
William Zucker, Carolyn Woot
en, Emma Allen
("Glory of God") publicly
announced Himself as the
Promised One of all religions.
He declared His mission in
Baghdad, along the route to
His final exile in the prison
city of Akka in the Holy
Land.
Baha'u'llah taught that re
ligion is progressive, and that
God reveals His word in each
period of history through a
chosen individual. These
"Manifestations of God" in
clude Christ, Moses, Muham
mad, Buddha, Krishna, and
Zoroaster. Baha'u'llah's teach
ings for today include: inde
pendent search for truty, one
ness of mankind, unity of all
religions, elimination of pre
judice, harmony of science and
religion, equality of men and
women, universal compulsory
education, abotittoii'
tremes of poverty and wealth,
and the establishment of a
permanent universal peace.
Baha'is {believe that
these teachings the Kingdom
of God 6n earth, promised by
Christ and the other Manifes
tations, will be established.
In Chapel Hill the Baha'is
meet at the Roberson Street
Center Library every Tuesday
at 8 p.m. Everyone is wel-
come.
PAINFUL CORNSTJB
AMAZING LIQUID
RELIEVES PAIN AS Ur
IT DISSOLVES CORNS AWAY
Now rrmov* coral J* last. "T
with Fr«iooc« Liquid Fretxoot re
linn pain inumlr. works below the
skin line IO dissolve corns away in |U«
days. Gei Fretione...aall dnq counters
(Political Adv«rtlsam«ni)
JOHN E. BUGG
FOR DURHAM COUNCILMAN AT LARGE
V'
DURHAM NATIVE
DUKE GRADUATE pJZJPI
UNC LAW GRADUATE
LOCALAnORNEY M
Balance your city government with a vote
for young aggressive action ... for one
who is dedicated to his city and has high
hopes for its future.
BUGG FOR COUNCIL—EVERETT L BUGG, HI, CHAIRMAN
SATURDAY. KAY 19, WTX THE CAROLINA TIMES
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. For Sale VA Home
READY FOR OCCUPANCY
No Discrimination - Anyone Can Buy
1029 RAVEN STREET—B rooms, Frame and and Brick
Veneer, Price $15,500, cash down payment SBOO,
balance payable in 360 monthly installments of
$104.88 each, including principalpayment plus in
terest at an annual percentage rate of V?i?o.
SEE ANY LICENSED BROKER
OR CALL
VETERANS ADMINISTRATION
Winston-Salem, N. C 723-9211 Ext. 226
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