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June 2016

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“Come Share Life’s Dream Together” at Danielle’s Boutique Bridal and Tuxedo Rental After 40 years as a Mother, student (BA in Business), and 33 year employee, Hilda Sutton Gibson realized a childhood dream. In 2004, Hilda opened Danielle’s Boutique. Named after her grandchildren, Daniel and Danielle, the business occupies its third location at 125 Jordan Plaza adjacent to Southgate Mall in Elizabeth City. This beautiful story of a life’s ambition is complemented by the tasteful and diverse fashions at the boutique and tuxedo rental. Both men and women can find tasteful business attire. Formal wear for weddings, church functions, proms, and that dress-up night at the grand ball can be purchased or rented. In fact, tuxedos are rent free with the sixth order. So important in today’s fast paced lifestyle is how quickly one can find that special mix of wedding party match-up for clothes, hat, and accessories. The floor sales are expanded with chic designer choices from catalogs representing a most discriminating line of linens and polyesters. Offering ladies sizes from 4 to 34w, you do not have to travel north of the border to show-out at your next function. Hilda adds that her lay-away plan is available for all apparel. For the more mature of us, you can recapture your youth with Beauty Control Cosmetics, or the Nerium Age-Defying Cream purchased through Mrs. Gibson. These unique ingredients of the patented NAE-8 extract of the Nerium oleander plant create real results for problem areas such as : love handles, stomach, thighs, and upper arms. Your June bride and groom planning will be featured through September. Say YES to the proposal…be blessed with the Danielle’s experience. Come by and meet the Grandmother of 2016-17 ECSU Queen Brittney Danielle Lamb …Mrs. Hilda. VISA – MC – Discover – AMEX accepted. We can drop-ship anywhere. Call 252-335-5252 AESOP’S FABLES The Wolf and the Crane A WOLF who had a bone stuck in his throat hired a Crane, for a large sum, to put her head into his mouth and draw out the bone. When the Crane had extracted the bone and demanded the promised payment, the Wolf, grinning and grinding his teeth, exclaimed: “Why, you have surely already had a sufficient recompense, in having been permitted to draw out your head in safety from the mouth and jaws of a wolf.” In serving the wicked, expect no reward, and be thankful if you escape injury for your pains. 10 Albemarle Tradewinds June 2016

Dear Dr. Crime Dr. Crime is a pseudonym for a social scientist holding a Ph.D. degree in sociology and in criminology. He has worked in all major parts of the criminal justice system. Drop him a note at the website If you or your child is in trouble, he may be able to help, give him a call (2523390000) or E-mail at Dear Dr. Crime: The 2nd amendment to the US Constitution says “…the right of the people to keep and bear Arms shall not be infringed” so what is the big deal? I carry my pistol and feel safer, and know there is less crime because of citizen’s carry rights. And I bet you will tell me the research says guns help and not hurt, correct? Bang Bang Billy Dear Billy. I wish I could tell you the research on the effects of guns is clear, but I cannot. I am a gun owner and have a carry permit, so I know your concerns. The May issue of Science News reviewed the research on “gun control” and found the evidence is not clear. Also it found the restrictions on information about who has guns, who buys them and other ownership issues prevents comprehensive research from being done. It is an important issue. In 2013 there were 33,636 people to die from gun injuries, most of which were suicides. Because the research is so inadequate, my best answer is to keep the conversation going, support research, and keep your power dry. Dear Dr. Crime: What can we do so our Prisons work better? Victim Dear Victim: What a question!!!! That hits to the heart of criminology and criminal justice. There is much I could and will write about concerning the effectiveness and efficiency of programs to change behavior and reduce the number of crime victims, but for now let me point out something new. The September 2015 issue of Popular Mechanics reports on work by architects to design prisons better. Because the environment has not been a point of major concerns for criminologists, as least as the architects have defined it, this may bring a real advance to our field. Among the changes to a new prison design, created as a woman’s prison in San Diego, were larger windows providing more light, better acoustics so as to reduce stress, campus style housing for low security inmates, and attention to educational settings. We must follow these developments. This home was lovingly restored in 2003 and you won’t find another on the River with this much personality and character. This log-cabin inspired home is a solid example of American Ingenuity, features custom live-edge log shelving and Lisa L. Brown, Broker/Owner stairs, gorgeous ceiling beams, hardwood floors, a wood-burning Realtor, GREEN, SFR, SRES stove, porch & deck w/ hot tub; the perfect spot to enjoy Inner Banks Real Estate Group, Inc. the view of the River. Owner added a split log frame storage P.O. Box 5~ Camden, NC 27921 building with chinking, that is a lovely accent to the home. Riverfront lot has newer vinyl bulkhead, small boat dock and (757) 619-8064 owner did not require flood insurance for loan. Albemarle Tradewinds June 2016 11