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    THE ZEBULON RECORD. ZEBULON, NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDA t, MAY SEVENTH, 1937.
WE ZEBULON RECORD
MEMBER NORTH CAROLINA PRESS ASSOCIATION
Published Every Friday By
THE RECOUP PUBLISHING COMPANY
Zohulun. North Carolina
THEO. H. HA VIM, Editor
Entered as second class mail matter .June 26, 1925, at the
Postoffice at Zebulon, North Carolina.
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COLUMBUS HONORS HERSELF
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Little Dare county almost won to stand at
the head in. North Carol na for sobriety and
temperance and putting the taboo on liquor, but
lost even after victory for the drys was declared.
Now Columbus with a majority that the wets
dare not challenge votes dry and saves her self
respect and sets an example foT Wake and other
counties to follow. One is led to believe that any
county knowing the evils of drink, that votes
for the sale of liquor under county or state super
vision, either loves liquor or “filthy lucre” too
well to see the curse that falls on old and
young by legalizing its sale.
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THE HIGHER LAW
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The newspapers say that ‘‘every legal ob
stacle” has been removed to the marriage of the
former king of England and Mrs. Wallis Simp
son. To most people this removes every reason
why they should not marry. But there are a great
many old-fashioned people who believe that
there is a higher law than man’s why people
may or may not do certain things in business
and society. And getting a divorce by some
hatched up cause for the purpose of marrying
another is a case of the “higher law.” According
to our understanding of the Scriptures there is
only one cause for divorce and none for re
marriage. In some cases it appears a great in
justice that it should be so, but we have known
of instances in which greater injustices would
have been done should such be permitted. To
a Christian this higher law of God is more bind
ing and exacting than any law of man. To the
‘‘thussaith, the Lord” there is no higher law.
LEGAL NOTICES
5062
NORTH CAROLINA—
Wake County—
In the Superior Court.
WAKE COUNTY vsl
M. Wallace Chamblee and Wif<* if
any.
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
The defendant Sherlock Bronson.
Receiver, American Bank & Trust
Company
will take notice that an action as
entitled has been commenced in the
Superior Court of Wake County,
County, North Carolina, for the
purpose of foreclosing certain
Sheriff’s Certificates of Sale for
taxes for the year 1932, owned and
held by Wake County, and for oth
er taxes*, costs and interest and j
penalties due Wake County, which !
are liens upon that certain tract,
lot or parcel of land listed for the
year 1932 and other years shown
in the complaint in said action in
the name of M. Wallace Chamblee in
Little River Township, Wake Coun
ty, North Carolina, described as
follows:
1 Lot Barbee Street
And the relief demanded consists
wholly or partly in excluding all
persons from any actual interest
or ) : en in or to said lands-
And the part es will further take
notice that they are required to ap
pear before the Clerk of the Su
perior Court of Wake County,
North Carolina, at his office in the
City of Raleigh, on the 29th day of
May, 1937, and answer or demur to
the complaint filed in said action or
the Plaintiff will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded in
the complaint.
This the 28th day of April, 1937.
SARA ALLEN
Assistant Clerk of the Su
per or Court of Wake Coun
ty, North Carolina.
April 30, May 7, 14, 21.
5070
NORTH CAROLINA—
Wake County— |
In the Superior Court.
WAKE COUNTY vs.
S. G. Flowers and Wife, Mrs. S. G.
Flowers.
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
The defendants Textile Mills Co.;
U. S. Rubber Products Co,, Inc.;
Beacon Falls. Rubber Shoe Co.; Per
cy Peacock; Montag Bros.; Ches
terfield Hat Corp.,
ZEBULON’S NEW OFFICIALS
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The voters almost wiped the slate clean in
the late election. Only one of the old members
of the Board was reelected. Shortly a new set
of officials will be sworn in. For a half dozen
years this paper has urged the importance of a
complete auditing and publication of the town’s
financial affairs. We understand that an audit ,
was made, but so far as the people of the town I
knowing the status of matters, it might just as
well not have been made. We hope one of the
first things the new Board does will be to have
a complete audit made and published so the peo
ple may know exactly how Zebulon’s finances
stand. It should be done for the sake of the re
tiring officials as welll as for that of the in
coming. If we have been correctly informed,
the law requires this to be done.
In the move to extend the corporate limits
of the town sometime ago, one of the chief
reasns why many citizens living outside objected
ot being brought in was because of their ig
norance of the town’s financial standing. And it
seems no one was able to give very much en
lightenment on the matter. The people would like
to know what the town ow’es, how it is financed
and how the money being raised each year in tax
es is being spent. It is to their interest to know
and to the officials’ interest to publish them.
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lon Record costs for a half dozen or more years.
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will take notice that an action as
entitled has been commenced in the
Superior Court of Wake County,
County, North Carolina, for the
purpose of foreclosing certain
Sheriff’s Certificates of Sale for
taxes for the year 1932, owned and
held by Wake County, and for oth
er taxes*, costs and interest and
penalties due Wake County, which
are liens upon that certain tract,
lot or parcel of land listed for the
year 1932 and other years shown
in the complaint in said action in
the name of S. G. Flowers in
Little River Township, Wake Coun
ty, North Carolina, described as
follows:
1 Lot Sycamore Street
And the relief demanded consists
wholly or partly in excluding all
persons from any actual interest
or lien in or to said lands
And the parties will further take
notice that they are required to ap
pear before the Clerk of the Su
perior Court of Wake CouitM
North Carolina, at his office
City of Raleigh, on the 29th dafl
May, 1937, and answer or
the complaint f led in said actitHßg
the Plaintiff will apply to Bim
Court for the relief demandeHßj
the complaint. BH
This the 28th day of April, 1937.
SARA ALLEN
Assistant Clerk of the Su
per or Court of Wake Coun
ty, North Carolina.
April 30, May 7, 14, 21.
5086
NORTH CAROLINA—
Wake County—
In the Superior Court.
WAKE COUNTY vs.
C. M. Kavenaupfi and W’.fe, Mrs.
C. M. Kavenaugh
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
The defendant N. C. Agricultural
Credit Corporation,
will take notice that an action as
entitled ha'- been commenced in the
Superior Court of Wake County,
County, North Carolina, for tf*
purpose of foreclosing certa |
Sheriff’s Cert ficates of Sale f®
taxes for the year 1932, owned w
held by Wake County, and for
er taxesi, costs and interest
penalties due Wake County,
are liens upon that certain tr®|
lot or parcel of land listed for
year 1932 and other years
in the complaint ir, said
the name of C. M. Kavenaugh®|
Little River Township, Wake CoHS
ty. North Carol na,
follows:
52 acres Moccasin Creek
40 acres Hicks H
And the relief demanded consi®
wholly or partly in excluding H
persons from any actual inter®
or lien in or to said lands- H
And the part es will further ta®
notice that they are required to a®
pear before the Clerk of the S®
perior Court of Wake
North Carolina, at his office in me
City of Raleigh, on the 29th day of
May, 1937, and answer or demur to
the complaint f lea in said action or
the Plaintiff will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded in
the complaint.
This the 28th day of April, 1937.
SARA ALLEN
Assistant Clerk of the Su
per or Court of Wake Coun
ty, North CaroKr.a.
1 April 30, May 7, 14, 21.
ADM INI ST R A TOR’S NOTICE
Having qualified as administra
tor of the estate of O. B. Brannon,
deceased, late of Wake County, N.
C„ this is to notify all persons
hav ng claims against the Estate
of said deceased to exhibit them to
the undersigned at Zebulon, N. C.,
on or before the Ist day of Mg|
1938. or this notice will be
bar of their recovery. All persflM
indebted to sa d Estate will pX®|
make immediate >ettic-merit. H|
This the 28th day of April,
W. M. BRANNON. Administi
Estate of O. E\ B.annon.
Apr 30-June4.
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North ( arolina. Wake ( ountyßH
In The Superior Court |H
NOTICE OF SUMMONS H
Wake County vs. H|
Louis Martin and Wife. Mrs. ®gf
Louis Martin li|
The defendants above named I
take notice that an action as a®B
entitled ha- bee n commenced ,r®||lf
Superior Court of Wake Coi®
North Carolina, for the purpo®H
I -n-em-mg <■< rtaii Sh.-riff- i <®HB
'•at* ~ of Sale for taxes for
1933, owned and held by fl®
County, and for other taxes.®
and penalties due Wake C®
which are liens upon that <®
tract lot or parcel of land
the year 1933 and other
shown m the complaint in si
tion in the name of Louis M®
Wake Forest Township^l
notice that they are reqnired to ap
pear before the Clerk of the Superi
or Court of Wake County, North
Carolina, at his office in the City of
Raleigh on the 10th day of May,
1937, and answer or demur to the
complaint filed in said action or
the pla ntiff wiil apply to the Court
for the relief demanded in the com
plaint.
This the Bth day of Apr 1, 1937
Sara Allen, Assistant
Clerk of the Superior Court
of Wake County, North Carolina
i April 16-23-30 May 7
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
Department of State
CERTIFICATE JF D.SSOLUT ON
' State of North Carol na, do hereby
1 certify that the said corporation
did, on the sth day of April, 1937,
file in my office a duly executed
i and attested consent in writing to
the dissolution of said corporation,
executed by all the stockholders
I thereof, which said consent and the
. 1 record of the proceedings aforesaid
. j are now on file In msr said office as
; provided by laW.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I
i have hereto set my hand and as
: fiexd my off cial seal at Raleigh,
this sth day of April, A. D., 1937.
. SEAL OF SECRETARY OF
, STATE THAD EURE
Secretary of State
> Aprii 16 May7
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND
    

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