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Atlas Shrugged Characters MOUCH MULLIGAN RAGNAR REARDEN STADLER TAGGART WILLERS WYATT ATWOOD DAGNY DANAGGER FERRIS FRANCISCO GALT HAMMOND MCNAMARA Perseverance is a great element of success. If you only knock long enough and loud enough at the gate, you are sure to wake up somebody. -Henry Wadsworth Longfellow NTCAPL/Apostolic Oneness is A Ministry that listens, engages and support efforts to improve the quality of life for families and their communities of local and surrounding counties through educational and training programs, economic development, social outreach and housing equality that empowers individuals to become self sufficient, self reliant and economically independent. We believe that the Church is called to duty and service, maintaining the standard set through biblical principle and applied Faith, manifested in our lives daily. When we continue to persistently work at life, we find that we have a greater chance at acquiring what we desire. The more that we apply ourselves in becoming the best at what we do, the more that we will find success in everything that we do, perseverance is the key to conquering any dream imaginable. First 10 people to bring in this puzzle with a correct solution to Two and a Half Women will recieve a gift certificate. NO phone calls please! Remember that as you continue to persist towards your goals on an everyday basis that no matter how grim things may seem to look, there is nothing in this world that you cant do if you try. In this life there are many people who are given many different sets of resources, but in life the reality is the ones who make it the farthest, are the ones who are willing to stay motivated and ambitious through every single situation. What you have or what you don’t have right now will not stop you from getting to success; only you limiting your beliefs will stop you from getting where you need to be. Pastor Smith, The Pastor Who Cares @ NTC-APL/ Apostolic Oneness. 116 N. Poindexter St Elizabeth City. NC Three Tiered Shelving Unit. Come check it out at 112 North Road Street. Across from Muddys, downtown Elizabeth City Phone # : 2527226078

Chesapeake Dr Crime Cash advance, what to look for… and what to run from. Cash advances are, in most cases agreements that allow merchants to receive money for a percentage of future receivables. It’s quite simple really. Small businesses that cannot get funding or can not get it in a timely fashion from traditional financial institutions will look to cash advance companies like Ally Merchant Funding, to supply them the capital they need. Smart business people that need capital will of course be looking at the terms of the deal, like the factor rate, time frame and the remit percentage. This is pretty ordinary and I would expect everyone to do this type of due diligence. Pretty simple so far, right? What many merchants fail to look at though is the new credit card processing agreement that often goes with a merchant cash advance. And that’s the got’cha. At AMF we’ve seen $1,000 dollar cancellation fees or tiered credit card pricing structure that were 3 times the norm. Don’t be fooled into thinking that the only numbers you need to look at are the terms of the cash advance. Those are very important. There is no question about that. But there are a set of other numbers that must also be studied before any contract is signed. And those are the credit card processing numbers. They are just as important. Work with reliable, professional companies that will NOT put your business into an exorbitant merchant service contract when you sign up for their cash advance program. If they try to…run! Run to Ally Merchant Funding today. By Doug Wilson President Ally Merchant Funding www.allymerchantfunding.com 757.490.2964 On a budget? Buy a black and white AD with 6 Month Commitment and get 2 months half off! Call Scott 252-312-2302 scott.perry@albemarletradingpost.com Dear Dr. Crime: My daughter, a young teenager, and I have ongoing fusses about her risk of harm when she dates. She says I am foolish, no one is hurt by going on a date and I say she must be more critical and careful. What is the risk for girls? Angry Dad Dear Angry: You have a right to be concerned. A national survey found that 10% of teenagers had been a victim of physical violence from a “date”. Psychological assaults are higher. Other studies show almost half of the kids in local studies were victims. This month is National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month by action of Congress. For more information go on the internet and see http://nij.gov/journals/261/ pages/teen-dating-violence.aspx I urge you to read what the US Department of Justice has to say and discuss it with your school, your church and most of all, your daughter. Do you have a crime and delinquency related question? Write to Dr. Crime at Also, if your child is a “youthful offender” Dr. Crime can offer suggestions on how to work with the criminal justice system. For more information see http://drcrime. weebly.com