North Carolina Newspapers

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"aa: ..conviction's t, Cerart-
me:.t Loted, were the La z:'A
since- the first of the year. .There
nave been 14255 speeding convaotaons
recorded since January, almost twice
that of reckless driving offenses for
the same period.
' The total number of North Carolina
drivers convicted 'last month came
to 10,656. Out of state motorists
found guilty added 1,667 for a com
bined total of 12,223 persons convict
ed of traffic violation on the high
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Human law is right only tm it at-
terns the divine. . , - -
Mary Baker Eddy.
: i "" . ling, driving without an opera
- tor's f ormii. and reckless driving con
tinued to lead the Department of Mo-
tar Vehicle's monthly , summary of
traffic violations in April.
. The agency reported 806 speeding
convictions; 1,870 for driving without
license; and 1360 for reckless driv
ing. AS three violations are customari
ly at the top of the summary bat do
not require license revocation or sus
pension for the first offense. '
Other violations reported in April
included 792 convictions for faulty
equipment; 751 for failing to stop at'
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Here's a station wagon beauty!
And it's low-priced ... full-size), tool
It carries tlx, or (with Hie "Stowaway"
seat down) loads of freight. Choose
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. stated in a previous t""Jt that
cerheated houses are a f :ant
J -use of Colds. As the I ai . tare
SToes up, (he moLture ,eg drier
and more unwholesome. C t heat
ing systems warm the air lit do not
add the proper amount of moL,ture to
it.
The contrast between indoor and
outdoor air is very great in the win'
ter. ; Going front the indoors to the
outdoors in cold weather, especially
from the modern overheated houses,
amis the sensitive fining of the nas
al cavities.' rfhis brings, on danger
ous congestions which result in seri
ous sinus troubles. It also may cause
latai pneumonia. (Head colds are most
unpleasant and frequently especially
during the winter. They often lead
to dangerous complications.
A' cold is not such a simple mat
ter. Those who cannot adjust very
quickly to different degreen of tem
perature are the greatest sufferers
from colds.
Do not imagine that a cold is only
a nuisance. Before you are through
with it, you may find that it is onlv
leading a procession of painful' and
dangerous troubles in its wake.
As a rule the complications show
up in the later stages of the cold and
possess the victim so insiduouslv that
the majority of the people fail to
distinguish between the cold and the
complications. However, the compli
cations may lead to chronic disease or
death. Starting as a common cold are
sinusitis, middle ear infection, tonsi
litis, bronchitis, etc. Its easy for these
infections to travel from the nose
down the length of the mucous mem
brane to the lungs. The ears and
throat are most accessible and attrac
tive to these germs. The estachian
tubes are frequently sites of infection
sot infrequently resulttmr in per
manent deafness. , v .
Colds are often caused from aller
gies.', This type is more difficult to
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TO THE CITIZENS OF
PERQUIUANS COUNTY
I shall appreciate your vote and sup
port for '
REGISTER OF DJEEDS
in the Democratic Primary, May 31. ;
- Respectfully,
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of cotton, soybeans, corn arid peanuts. SCO-CO Fertilizers provides
the good earth with the ingredients needed to replenish the soil for a
:,new,production year. Place your order today with: 1
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Here's a big, new General Electrto
Refr!(erator tbat actually givea yon '
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space than most refrigerators now
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The famous O-l seeled-ln
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SPACE MARCt
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Ifs got all the food-saving, work
saving features you could want
BIG stainless steel freezer! Extra
BIO and extra-tcS-bottle snmsp.
space! EXraEO fruit and vese
table drawer. Phis the wonderfei
new Kedi-Cubp ice trays! Parma
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