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NEW ORLEANS - A Dillard U
rnvgmty history professor has pro
dursrl the first English transla
tion of s series of lectures credited
with having shaped much of Furo
p.ean social thought during the last
Hr. O*org igget-' - annotated
translation from the French ot Hie
hxpoMhon cl the Doctrine of Saint-
Simon, lectures delivered in 183R
?!> by » group of intellectual dis
ripir?, ~f Corrde Henri de Saint-
Simon, has been published by the
Bearon Dress of Boston.
Saint-Simon's doctrines, pmlieu- !
larly as elaborated in these lett- i
hires bad an enormous influence i
on th- devclriptiK rd of the French 1
sociological tradition and on po!;- j
lira! and economic theory centra l
D> Trrr-s h-i • h"d another book
on Ssinl -Sio-oo accepted for pub- >
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SHAW ONIVERSHTS STUDENT (Ot Nt’ll - Tic lured un
sea led, Gladys Johnson, a sophomore of Wendell; George Parrish.
School of Religion, of Mebane; Votizie Erwin of Ch.ulot i a senior.
George Goode, a senior of Seaboard (President i: M.rrUi -A reelw.
;t senrm of Greenville; Ernestine Moore, a freshman of Raleigh
Warr inline frill, a senior of I,outshine. Standing are Genes«• Mask of
I Laurinburjr, a junior; Marv White, a junior of I’ow■ellsviU*. Juaniia
51st Session Os Raleigh District AME Zion Cliurch
Concluded At Kesler Temple Church In sanes G'nty
HV AIRS. HOLLY €. STOKES
HENDjEHSON The Fifty Forth
Session of The Raleigh District
Conference was held al Kesler
Temple A. M. E. Z. Church in
• Henderson. October 12, and 3id.
! The ho***, pastor, Rc'v. M. F, Ward,
the Pr>- admg Elder. Rev. r r. J.
Young. Bishop R. L. Jones, the pre
siding Bishop. The theme of the
■ conference: "Working Together
The opening session. Rev Os rose
j T. Than mel on delivered the op.
! ing message. His subject: - Cry Out
j St Mark 10.
i The allernoon session was ecn
| signed <o Hie orgar.i '.aliot, of the
j conference which was as follows:
| Secretary-reporter, Mrs. r’ollv C,
1 Stokes, assistant secretary. Mrs.
i Mary V hyehr; njavs-hHlIs. Sifter
| Dsn;. Sir war I and Rev. E L. Mr •
zeko resolution conumitecs, chair
man, Bev i H. Cameron, Rev.
B. Rus.;ul. Rev. J. S neither and
i Rev. K I, Mo.if’kr; Tinier. Re> J
; A. McKinnon
j Following the os Udiii.'Hijon.
i a'•SC: tmii l< v ere i-'lif.U, d I' 1 ' .
j troduetion of visitors by (be Dvr
i siding Eider followed. Vistiois.
! Rev. Kisler Brown, r-v;l,\;;.t oi
i the Philadelphia and B.iiiiiviore
i ennfewnge: Rf*’. O. F Start!'.irm.
I Presiding Eider of the Sanford
I Distric'- and Rev. J. Bw. n. Pr-.-
| siding Eider of she Vltiriiattj
j The confrrettce war highlighted
j by The Ministerial Chnic. Topics:
| “Worlun 1 ' Togrllicr for a Belter
! World. 'The Minister as a Past-
I or;" “Pastor ns a Civic Leader;"
| ' The Pastor, The Shepard of Hi.
I Flock." The discussions w ore led
j by Rev. H. T„ McLean and Res .
: M. F Word, pastor of Kesler Teru
i pie Church, rospeetively.
j The annual sen non vacs deliver
; ed by R. v. J. W. Rcfifcrn. His sub
| iect: "The Treasure of a Man's
l Heart." St. Luke 6:45 He was sc
j corn pan.ed b.v the Taylor's Chape!
i Choir Tim welcome prop.'.••.••••
: followed with ,<«r* , ctuigs on b<*itnlf
i of the ~ in is try. detoiistrv. busiru'ss
' lav and eduiMiiop b> Re\ O R
i Bur-'on. lh D tiaivkite-. Mi
j Arthur f'ook- Ally \Y Willism
j son and Mr L. K. Spencer respect i
MISS VAI.JEAN NfVCRS. ICiweM daughlct of Mr. and Mm.
King David Myers. 203 Battle Street, iva* presented in a piano ».
! vital at the First ( Christian Church here October S.
: She is a pupil of Eneit M»ssenb«ri, well-known local musician. Miss
Myers played several selections. Also on the program were Misses
Carnetta Blakely and I'fteHw Williams. Miss M.vers also plays the
cello in the string orchestra at l,iaon School. She is the pianKl of ihr
Manly Street Church Sunday School and has played for the Lily of
the Valley Baptist Church.
65 Per Cent Os St. Aug.’s
11957 Graduates Employed
I r. H McLendon, director of.
j Placement Burt an of si Angus- j
j tine's Collegi', Raleigh announced j
| that sixty-five i-er cent of the '57;
I graduate;- are claeed as follow- j (
RALEIGH. S* veliie Cloud. Doris
Clements, Edward Rayford and!'
j Hamel Bryan l. ,SM!THFUSLD. !
' M able Brown. MOItGANTON, j
I Zenobia Browning. PINISTOPS,! ‘
| Bessie Ntmtl'i. CHERRYVILI.'E, |
j Carol Taylor; M’i. OLIVE. An.cr- i
j line Mu.sgr.ivo, ROM 15BORO Do- i
renin KiS.mtnond; 1-SENDKUSON. I
i AJtamesc Blue k. pAY}', TT p, j
j VILLI';. Barbara Mosee. KWiFf |
CSkISKK, Nowell L.-. FA J HON. i ;
| r'itjri ic Schumnc: t: Tt OC K Y |
! MON UN'I Mildred ’inilh. t.AU
RINBURO, Jump- Covington; <
i ZEBU LON. Georue Dußo.v
i f,T Pauls nnr i- r;,',ters I.N
I ’iiM j(. 11 j- ftt
lEuifey < sopliomisie of Pint-tops; Mae Covington, a junior of \
IVadc-sboro; Albert Jt«ckada.y, a junior of Weldon; George Murphy,
vr.ojor oi tvanhne; OsCstt Hinton, a senior of Raleigh; Reginald
Mercer, a •-oplu'inorc of WaKhington; Claude f'lythe, a senior of i
Conway: Nathamrl McNair, a junior of Ea.vetlevillet and Glen i
Milrhcli, a snphpmore of 8.W.1. These students arc officers and!
roprcM-ntativc.'' of Use Shaw Cniverbily student Imd.v.
vejy R -pensr hy Mr. W M. Steele.
r:ni',', :,v morning's session:
- . There v. an intcrestir.c discussion
b-'.iv er tji< Prcsicling Elder and
• r;n,iers or, MeUiortisl Procedure
and cl i- * ■ eii he proceeding the re
ports o r iho delegates.
The noonday ’Tiessogc was de
!i> ered by Rev. J A McKinnon
His subject ''Have you heard
. j from UciaveiiV"
! The aliorrioon sessifiii; A ser
; luciie.l _■ was delivered b.v Sister
j , Fannie Stewart. Ti e report*, of the
_ i delegates continued, afterwbich the
Prestdn ' Elder iireser,led Bishop
‘ j R. L Jones, who addressed the cor,,
j j ferencr. Mrs. Mablc M. Jones.
• : Rev I: R, Russeli. nasiur of the
. Oxford circuit, delivered the Edu
• ! notional sermon,
Friday morning’. 4 ! session! Tire
l pa'■•.tors' reports on rtiseiplinories
. i were made. The noonday message
wo,, delivcied b.v Rey. W. T, Jeff
; rios. His text: Forgive them, they
• | know what they do." St. Luke
! 33:34, The introduction ot visitor:,
i j followed.
The conference war placed at
1 i Grace's Chape! A. M E 7. Church
:n fiyi igh for me next confer
' once y.«i
; The 'iday nflerneon session:
The reports w< re brought in of the:
Home and Foreign Missionary So
ciety. educational apd conference
work-: . Home mission and Special
RE. Joseph Niuhois; CULPEPPER.
VA.. Albu-t WaiIo.ceGRETNA. Vg .
Charles Cur/ierou and if a we*
Cameron: PETERSBURG, VA..
Annie Baiisy; DURHAM COUN
TY. Eiotsc Hilliard; M’l PLEAS
ANT. K Be ty Johnson, 7IM
iVIONSVILLE. S. C. Burris Dud
lev; DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA,
Everett. Jstewart and David Bethel;
PENSACOLA. FLORIDA, Patricia
Welch; ORLANDO. FLORIDA,
Juanita, Johnson and Willie Ke-1-
GEORGIA Mary Merritt. Maa
gie Phoenix and Paul Russell;
?■ lUDSONV fLLf N. Y.. Albert
Hldrldg *,*; LA W SCHOOL: ’fhonw4
O'Nor;; and A!br »• 1 Morgan:
ARM Y. Ed di a Rr>bin so 11 . DEN tAL
SCHOOL. Hurry Sj&tter white,
j Home mission and Demotror I
Sermonettes were delivered by
| Mr. George Bullock. Os Grace’s
; Chapel, and Mrs. Magnolia Deb
-1 nam a,sc of Grace's Chapel. The
! >•< ports • C'!hr local ministers were
, Elder challenged She young miriL
j - ters about their tasks and this
! essential work of the ministers.
The evening session: the dele
; 'tale Mr the annual conference
I was elected. Fleeted delegate. Mrs. j
j Dolly Stokes. Williams Chapel |
Church. Angirr; Alternate dele- i
gale. Miss Mary Elizabeth Dunn, i
i Grace Chape! Church, Raleigh.
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Distinguished Military Students
Designated At Florida A And M
TALLAHASSEE—Three Ke.scn, e
Officer Training Corps Cadets have
been designated a Distinguished
Military Students <DMS> st Flori
da A&M University. They are ca
dets Samuel B Houston of Jack
sonville. Harvey P Jefferson of
West Palm Beach, and Jesse J.
McCrary of Ocala. Florida
Cadet Houston holds the rani of j
Cadet Lt Colonel and is the Cadet !
Commander of ih’> ii!o loan ROTC !
unit. Ho received a summer camp
rating of 103 out of UK-12 students
from 33 colleges »nr) universities
of the Third Army Area that at
tended the annua! ROTC Summer ;
Camp at. Fort Bonn mg. Ga,
Cadet efferson is the Executive
and Operations Officer of the Ca
det Corps, and holds the rank of
Cadet Major. He received a sum
mer camp rating of 16! out of 1322.
Cadet Major Jefferson received
the Outstanding Cadet Award din -
ing his freshman, sophomore, and
junior years in ROTC.
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