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UnuKual Accidents I>a«t Week
At Washington a small boy while
playing ran against the brick wall
of a building. He was though* to
be only slightly hurt, but on the
next day it was found that his skull
was fractured. He was taken to
a hospital, but died before reaching
In Goldsboro two men were hur- j
rying through the rain in opposite ,
directions. They collided. Hoth
were thrown to the ground. One, a- j
bout 60 years old, struck his head
cutting it so badly that 15 stitches
were required to close the* gash.
Ilob Pastor did not win over Joe
Louis in their fight last week, but
neither was knocked out. Decision
was made by the judges after ten
rounds of fighting. Louis is now
scheduled to meet champkn Jim
my Braddock in June.
Popular Mechanics states that
testa have shown concrete will heal
itself of cracks under proper con
ditions. This is the result of the
calcium hydroxide in the concrete
being actod upon by moisture. It is
also said thaj in some cases the
healed ctfick was stronger than the
original concrete used in a culvert.
However, long-continued dampness |
is necessary for this reaction.
The Flood Situation
Estimates made at the first of
this week indicate that there are
already about one million persons
homeless because of the ruin
wrought by water. The number of
dead is known to be as many as
400, though accurate figures will be
impossible for some time, if ever.
Workers are going at top speed in
the section below Louisville trj ing
to reinforce levees and build new
embankments to prevent the ruin
of other towns as the flood waters
make their way down the Missis
Minor floods in eastern Carolina
have caused alarm and some dam
age. Industries on the banks of the
Neuse near Goldsboro have had
to suspend opeftptlons. ‘The lste
Hospital for Negroes, at Goldsboro,
is threatened by high water. At
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xv.natoii, wtic.j ..iv- peak oi the rise
is not clue before t.ie last of the
vveek, residents of the lower sec
ion of town, near the river, are
xpecting to have to leave their
omes. The Tar River, also in
ood, has done considerable dam
ge, but is thought to be falling.
Summer School at LouLsburg
For the first time in its history
iOuisburg College will have a sum
ler school, according to plans made
)üblic by Pres. A. D. Wilcox. The
erm will be for only six weeks.
Child Labor Kill Lost
The vote in the legislature was
gainst adoption of the federal
rnendment with regard to child la
or. Opinions vary as to the cause
f its defeat. Some legislators who
)ted against the measure did so
inking its adoption would mean
o much federal interference with
rental rights and states rights,
lose favoring the amendment de
ire it would never take prece
nce of family claims and would
lease children from paid labor,
us giving employment to more
ults. The charge is made thfft I
is state puts business profits a
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nead of children’s rights.
Tn Tennessee recently a girl nine
years old was married to a youth
of twenty-two, the child’s mother
1 consenting. The husband gave a
I big doll for a Christmas present.
He has bought a small farm and
v ants authorities and curious out-,
siders to let him and his bride a-!
lone. r l he mother insists there was [
nothing wrong about the marriage j
since the contracting parties love
Strangely, there is nothing in
the laws of Tennessee to prevent
I such alliances.
Pleasant Hill Items
The farmers are still having a
, rest from their farm work. Very
few have plant beds sowed.
The roads in this section are
Mrs. W. M. Hood spent several
days last week in Raleigh with
Mrs. Herbert Pearce.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hood and
children took dinner with Mr. and
Mrs. Charlie Jones of Wakefield.
T. Y. and Arthur Puryear were
visitors at A. O. Puryears Sunday
afternoon near Rolesville.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hood of
Maryland and Boonville spent Fri
day night week before last with
their mother, Mrs. E. W. Hood.
Mrs. Lennie Williford of Bethany
was a visitor at Mrs. J. F. Starnes
Miss Kiva Hood spent last week
i in Boonville with Mrs. E. E. Hood.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Y. Puryear and
j title son, Carl and Arthur Puryear
j took supper Sunday night with Mr.
and Mrs: Lennie Williford of Beth
NOTICE OF RE-SALE
Under and by virtue of the terms
and conditions contained in a cer
tain deed of trust from Josua
Jones and wife, Joanna Jones, dat
ted the Ist day of January, 1927,
the undersigned, at the request of
the holder of the note therein se
cured, held a sale on the 11th day
of .January, 1937, and the bid hav
ing been raised and a resale order
ed, I will, at the Courthouse door,
Raleigh, Wake County, North Car
olina, at public auction on Satur
day, the 6th day of February, 1937,
at 12:00 o’clock noon, offer for sale
and sell to the highest bidder for
| cash the following described tract
or parcel of land lying and being in
Wake County and being more par
ticularly described as follows:
Adjoining the land of B. H.
Richardson on South, C. V. Whitley
on West, B. P. Finch on North, J.
W. Strickland on East containing
29 1-2 acres more or less. Begin
ning at a stake in J. W. Strick
land’s land. Thence North 84 25
minutes 1645 feet to stake in road;
Thence North 113 West 782 feet to
stake in road Claud Whitley’s cor
ner; Thence South 80 44 minutes
1562 feet to stake in Leemon Cham
blee’s line: Thence South 4 45 min
utes 871 feet to the beginning con
taining twenty-nine and 3-4 acres
more or less and known as a por
tion of the J. E. Gill Land.
A. A. Jones, Trustee.
This 21st day of January, 1937.
2t-Jan. 29-Feb. 5.
ZEBULON HATCHERY Baby
Chicks each Wednesday. U. S.
approved, pullorum tested.
Barred Rocks, Rhode Island
Reds, White and Brown Leg