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4 A THE CAROLINA TIMES Sat,, April 7, 1973 i 1 ata&IAs'. ; .!;.: - v ; -; . . ....jl,' ..asairr-:. -::aamac..eaafc, T- -CHURCH WfHrS I - i 1 ' 1 I I LOOKED AND I SAW By REV C. R, STONE TO BE CURSED BY HIM The ways of our God art not always understood bf men who seek for the troth to be found in earth as it it in heaven. One may rest as sured that the more he seeks for the troth, the more he may find about that troth. God's revelations of His truths are likened unto an operator of a sewing ma chine. For the most part, one is ante to observe a stitch st a time as the needle pulls the thread through the mate rial. But by bit and step by step, God makes Himself known to the seeker. The things that we find within our Father's will do not al ways appear according to our pleasures only, but our dis pleasures as well. A curse by God may bo a period within the lives of a people whereby God with draws His major support in the form of blessings due to their transgressions of His divine laws. For example, the land that a people may de sire to use for production of food may become barren. With this in mind, there may be wholesale starvation in that land. Furthermore, then may be uncontrollable wars among nations and smaller kingdoms that destroy the unity among that people. There could also be uncon trollable diseases that des troy lower animals and per sons on a large scale basis. REV. STONE It should be remembered that oven with an of these changes taking place, God's love still prevails. When men are ready to change from their wickedness our maker proves that He is ready to forgive. When men are re stored to the grace from whence they have fallen peace and prosperity are seen within that land. He who hath ears to hear let him hear. To Celebrate Anniversary Turner's Bible Class at Fish er Memorial United Holy Church will celebrate its thir teenth anniversary service on Sunday afternoon, April 8, at 3:00 p.m.. The guest speaker will be Rev. Zollie Dunn of Greensboro, North Carolina. A hearty welcome awaits all. Francis Gill Last rites were held Monday, March 26 for Mrs Mae Francis Gillis Broadie at the Fisher Memorial United Holy Church, with the Rev, A. W. Lawson, pastor, delivering the message. Burial was in Gtenv lew Mem orial park. Mrs. Mae Francis Broadie the daughter of Leroy Gillis Lat Rites Held for Mrs. Mae lis Broadie Mar. 26 and Mrs. NeUie Stuart Gillis was born in Malboro County November 9, 1935. She depart ed this life March 22, 1973' following a short period of ill ness. f" Mrs. Broadie was married to Wllliard Broadie. This unioi was blessed with two sons. She was a member of Fisher Memorial United Holy church, wnere sne worxea laiuuuuy. She leaves a noble example in which her family should follow. She leaves to mourn then loss, husband Willard Broadie; two sons, Emmitt and Edward Leroy Boradie of the home; .one foster son Larry Stuart of the home; Four stepsons, Wil lard, Jr, Thomasville, NC, Ja mes, Albert and Eddie Broadie all of Durham; her father Leroy Gillis of Durham; her mother, Mrs. Nellie Riggins of Hamlet NC; one brother, Elvis Pate, Durham; three sisters, Mrs. Fannye McKenzie, Patterson, New Jersey; Mrs. Grace Short, Durham; and Miss Rachell Rig gins Hamlet, NC; one uncle four aunts, three nephews, and bbe m Mrs. C. Brown Hosts Carolina Bames Society Carolina Barnes Missionary Society of St. Joseph's A.M.K. Church met at the home of Mrs. Cora Brown, Moline St., on Sunday, March 25 with Mrs. Magdalene Graham serv ing as co-hostess. A most delectable dinner was served prior to the regular business session. Mrs. Minerva Evans, Missionary Educator discussed in detail the theme "Mission Imperatives for These Times." Mrs. Truemilla Smith, presi dent, presided over the business sessions. Funds were allocated for foreign missions and to the Junior Missionaries. Members in attendance in cluded the following ladies: Mesdames Truemilla Smith, Mary E. Young, Iola Allen, Rosa Farrow, Joyce Barnette Sarah Wright, Pearl Tilley, Josephine Culver, Ailie Mit chell, Celeste Smith, Bertie Sowell, Ruth McLaughlin, Sarah Jones, Nelia Shepherd, Roberta McNeil, Verdelle Johnston, Minerva Evans and Florine Roberson. - Ebenezer Baptist Church To Observe Homecoming Day The Ebenezer Baptist Church 2200 S. Alston Avenue, will observe Home Coming day Sunday, April 8, at the 11 o'clock service. The speaker will be the Rev. Cecil, Bishop of Trinity AME Zion Church, Greensboro, NC. His choir, ushers, members and congregation, will accompany him. All members, former mem bers and the public is invited. Rev. W. E. Daye is pastor. ANNIVERSARY , CELEBRATION SET FOR APRIL 8 The King's Daughters Club of St. Mark AM.E. Zion Church will celebrate its anni versary Sunday, April 8, at six o'clock. The speaker, Rev. L. A. Miller, pastor of St. Mark Church. Music St. Mark Gospel Chorus. The public is cordially invited. MRS. BRODIE Last Rites Held Mrs. Pinkie Yates on Sat. Funeral services for Mrs. Pinkie Scott Yates were held on Saturday, March 31 at 2:00 pm at White Rock Baptist Church. Rev. Lorenzo A. Lynch officiated. A daughter of the late Henry and Anne Scott, she was a native of Durham County and had resided in Durham most of her adult life. Mrs. Yates was a faithful and active member of the White Rock Baptist Church. She was active in its Church School, District No. 4 and she served as a member of its Board of Deaconesses. She was also a member of the Household of Ruth No. 6787. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Ethel Bar bee of Brooklyn, New York; two tons, Morris Yates, of Brook lyn, New York and Jeeps H. Barbae of the home, two atoers-io4aw. Mm. Mamie Rigs bee of Durham and Mrs. Dora Yates; one brother-in-law Nathaniel Yates, ten grand chUdren, Interment was in Beech wood Cemetery i tmrww drmmwewmf g six nieces. MRS. PINKIE SCOTT YATES 80BG(iTT8Hcsaertr CARD OF THANKS The family of the late Mrs. Mae Francis Gillis Broadie wishes to thank their many friends and neighbors here in Durham, Winston Salem, Ham let and each of you for the kind expression of sympathy shown through their cards, tele grams, floral tributes, food, cars for transportation and all other acts of kindness during the loss of their wife and mo ther. Special thanks to the pastor for the inspiring mes sage. May God bless eac h of you. Willie Broadie and family. HAS PMTUMt HOOTHga PRODUCT HAM I SOLO AT YOUR BEAUTY SHOP A BARBER SHOP Look For The SOUL-LABEL Refvming To Christ tff Donald Love I The returning of Jesus Christ, means that He must have been here before. There are so many that doubt His being here at all. Those of us who believe His first being here, what can you do and what must you do to shed light In and around this dark area? When you say that you believe that He has been here Is the very first step. You must follow through with the other necessary stem We have other religions believing in God but do not believe In His Son, Jesus Christ, the one we feel so closely to. Reasons are many coming from those opposing Christ. He is given the credit of being a good man or a good prophet but not the Son of God and definitely not God or one of the Godheads. They come this far then get off. The responsibility is ours be ing a salesman for Christ and Christian religion. We should be willing to support the things we believe in. One of our worst enemies can be found among the Christian family itself. I have said this, before and will re peat, there are too many branches within the Christian religious body to do the good that is required of the body. Instead of putting Christ upon the pedistal, we are so Ushers Union Meets at First Calvary Bapt. The monthly meeting of the Durham Interdenominational Ushers Union will meet on Sunday, April 8, at 8.16 p.m. at First Calvary Baptist Church, located on the corner of Kent Street and Morehead Avenue. The theme is "The Dimensions of First Aid." Speaker for the program will be Mrs. Margaret Evans Of Wake Forestii North Carolina. She wUT: duced by Mrs. Ruth- Lincoln Memorial Church. The choir Calvary Baptist Chujrch will sing. Clyde Moore, Jr. serves as president of the Ushers union. be inl.ro Davis of Baptist of First i: i i r i eager putting our own selfish beliefs there. Our denomina tional system is a thorn In the flesh of the Christian re ligion. We are trying to get followers to join our denom ination rather tnan Hav ing them coming to Jesus. Once the individual finds Christ, having the experience of telling Just what happen and how it happened when a change happened into their lives. When this has been ex perienced, they have some thing to tell. You cannot tell any thing until you get some thing to tell. We have people Just Join ing the church. When this is done the way it is done, they have nothing to make them return. They have nothing, to make them go to Sunday School on Sunday after the other or continuously. This Is true in any phase of the church. Who attends prayer Continued On Page 7A CARD OF THANKS The family of the late Mrs. Pinkie Scott Yates wishes to thank everyone for their many kind expressions of sympathy shown to them during their hour of bereavement. Your cards, telegrams, visits, tele phone calls and most of all your prayers were deeply appreciated. THE FAMILY WORDS FOR THE WORLD MEN should hold in their souls the vision of celestial perfection, and there pre pare' a Wweliing-prace for the inexhaustible bounty of She divine (Holy) spirit. BAHA'I WRITINGS 1886 1971 White Rock Baptist Church Lorenzo A. Lynch, Minister 3400 FAYETTEVELLE STREET Sunday, April 8, 1973 9:30 A.M. CHURCH SCHOOL 10:65 A.M. WORSHIP SERMON The Pastor "On The Life Of Christ!" (John 21:25) The Senior Choir Leading the Singing Mr. John H. Gattis, Director 7:30 P.M. Conversations between White Rock and Epworth Methodist Congregation J there is comfort in nature... The beauty and mystery of nature are a never-failing source of wonder and consolation. We are pleased that the natural beauty of our surroundings brings comfort i to many. SCARBOROUGH AND HARGETT, INC. FUNERAL DIRECTORS PhOMO 682-1171 Of 682-1172 treat Durham, fi. C. HOURS AMBULANCE SERVICE 24 i iBSSSfc m HIT Hi COPYRIGHT 1973. THE KROGER CO. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. ,-.'-,., PRICES EFFECTIVE THROUGH SATURDAY, APRIL 7. t973. 1189 rn k sV km A A BBliBIfctnMBBBVVJE W Efc mW A A A M 3ssssr L" ' JfL'"j' SSmttJ BaspffiSni Br BlEfl 8mB I " mBBiimSslsbEB BlB BCBBBBBBB KH'""'fcr' IJJ 1 THE FOOD PRICE CRISIS and what Kroner's doing about it. Ever since our company was founded, saving customers money has been a major consideration with us. Today, we're as concerned about food prices as you are. When yoiiTJay rrrore-at- retail it s because we pay more at wholesale. We can't do anything about our wholesale prices. But we can do something to help you cut your tood costs. We have a plan to help break this vicious circle by help ing our customers shop wisely and well. We're going to bring you, in subsequent weeks, a series of messages of vital concern to every shopper with a food budget prob lem. These messages will otter you PENNY-PINCHING POINTERS They will show you how to shop with one eye on quality and the other eye on your budget. We'll also bring you several suggestions for GOURMET BUDGET MENUS These menus take advantage of plentiful foods and let you en)oy expensive tasting meals at less-expensive prices We'll show you some low cost yet appetizing serving ideas that cut your food bill without cutting your en joyment too much. We'll show you how to take advant age of MEAT CUTS AT SALE PRICES For example, we'll show you how to purchase a large roast and cut it into main dishes for three fresh servings. Yes, we'll be on the lookout for more suggestions like these because WE'RE ON YOUR SIDE Some stores advocate meatless days. Not Kroger. We don't think our customers want to be restricted like that: Some stores just ignore the situation. Not Kroger. We know our customers want us to do something to help them tace this tood price crisis. HERE'S THE KROGER POSITION: We're going to show shoppers how they can enjoy healthful, appetizing alternate dishes at considerably lower cost. (We'll still have the more expensive items for those who want them.) YOU DO YOUR PART - WE'LL DO OURS. Together we'll weather the food price crisis and enjoy delicious, nutritious eating along the way. WE HEAR YOU AND WE'RE mm TO HELP. Ba liaiBsTT'Twa'H mm. Women's P&8e VgJ Kk L l luui iiiuuuu jja nun u u II issssaMffssssaaaBj sam Ml JiB I IftW I SPECIAL GUESTS Left to right: the Honorable H.M.. Micheaux, Jr. - N.C. House of Representatives. Mrs. Helen Miller - National President, Chi Eta Phi Sorority, J . S. Stewart - Mayor Protem, Durham. Mrs. LaVerne Chat- man - Southeast Regional Director, and Miss Janet Beas ley - President Pi Chapter. -: flH - - c. ' - . i am saaaaaaaaaa bbbb bbbbk er...,-,---y:; .v:'il : 1 Durham Socio Notes OF Of Interest MRS SY MINER DAYE TELEPHONE 4Tn Km MRS. BELLAMY CHATS WITH PI BETA MEMBERS PRIOR TO LUNCHEON PRO GRAM - Left to right: Miss Joy . Woolfolk - Presldenf, NCCU Student Nurse Assn., Mrs. Thelma Brown-President Pi Beta Chapter, Mrs. Verdelle Bellamy - National Organizer and Miss Sandra Jones Participant in Luncheon Presentation. Chi Eta Phi My Holds Regional Conference Pi Chapter, Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Inc. an Organization of registered Professional Nur ses, was hosts for the 20th annual Southeast Regional Conference March 30-31 at the Downtowner Motor Inn. Members attending the con ference represented thirteen graduate chapters and two undergraduate chapters. Five of these chapters are located in North Carolina. One of the highlights of the two day session was the Banquet held on Friday even ing. Mrs. Eva Clayton, an alumnus of NCCU and Di rector of the N.C. Health Manpower Development Pro gram gave an informative aid inspiring address which focus ed on the sorority's national theme, "Chalenge, Courage and Change for the Seventies." She emphasized the peed to recognize and find means for delivery of health care services and challenged the group to assume an active role to meet : A uiesv I1CCUB. Greetings were extended to the members and their guests by several outstanding citizens. They included the Honorable H. M. Micheaux, N.C. House of Representative s, John S. Stewart, Mayor Protem of Durham, John Wheeler, Presi dent of Mechanics and Farmers Bank, W. A. Clement, Vice President, N.C. Mutual Life Insurance Co., Dr. Albert N. Whiting, Chancellor of NCCU, Dr. W. A. Cleland, Chi Delta Mu Fraternity, Dr. R. P. Randolph, President, Durham Academy Medicine, Dentistry I 1(1. .nil I 1 1 PtU.ll anil riiniiimty aim v.... Patterson, Dean, Under grade te School, NCCU. Another feature during the conference was a program luncheon on Saturday, pre sented by Pi Beta members. Pi Beta is the undergraduate chapter at NCCU and Thelma Brown, Basileus presided at the luncheon. Officers elected at the close of the conference were Hazel Best, Regional Director, Charleston, S.C.; Secretary, Jacqueline McNeil, Birgmin ham, Alabama, L. Ruth Betts Treasurer, Durham, Josephine Hall, Historian, Asheville, Judy Stovall, Chaplain, Mound Ba you, Miss.; and Janet Spicer Chairman, Nominating Com mittee, Charlotte, N.C. Mrs. LaVerne Chatman, Birmingham, Ala., is the out going Regional Director. Mrs. Helen Miller, Chairman of Dept. of Nursing at NCCU is national president. Miss Jane t Beasley serves as presi dent of Pi Chapter. Mrs. Helen Miller served as Chairman of the Regional Planning Committee. Other committee members were Sorors Emma Randolph, Lula Harris, Sylvia Richardson, Ruby Borden and Lelia Miller. Lyon Park Rose Garden Club Meeting Held Mon., March 26 The Lyon Park Rose Garden Club held its meeting March 26, at 7:00 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Josephine Foushee on Cornell St. The Garden Club was opened by Mrs. Helen Mc Clain presiding in the absence of our president, Mrs. Annie B. Green, who was in an acci dent. The devotional period was led by Mrs. M. W. Webb Mrs. Helen McClain called for the minutes of the last meeting and committee reports. We discussed what to put around flowers to make them look healthy and pretty. The following members wert present. Mesdames Pearl Brown M. W. Webb, Mary Hardy, He len McClain, Fannie Cozant, Willie Sneed, Mable Freeland, Miss Alene Mebane, Mrs. A.L. Thompson, and Mattie R. Can ty. Mrs. Josephine Foushee, hostess, served a delicious re- -past. The day of the meeting was her birthday. We all en tered her dining room with beautiful spring flowers, center piece on her dining room table, and flower from spring garden. We sang happy birthday toher. We had four guests. They were Miss Hattie White, Mrs. Rose Grafton, Mrs. Sadie C. Hamber Mrs. Virginia Williams and Mrs. Willie Sneed thanked the hos tess for an enjoyable time. Mammoth Campaign Launched To End Lead Paint Poisoning Three major health organi zation today issued a joint statement calling for a public awareness campaign to elimi nate the problem of lead-based paint poisoning through efforts on both the federal and local levels. The American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Public Health Association, and the National Environment Health Association said a nationwide publicity and information com paign would be undertaken through their joint member ships to increase' public health community to seek total eradi cation of lead-based paint poisoning. "As physicians and public health workers, we are dis tressed to seek the needless waste of human life and poten tial caused by this seriously crippling malady," the joint statement read in part. "We are expecially anguished be cause we have the knowledge to locate and treat these child ren before they suffer effects that will last a lifetime, yet society has not made a com mitment to use that knowledge." FASHION SHOW The White Rose Circle is sponsoring a fashion show on April 8, 4:00 p.m., at Durham College. Fashions will be modeled from the Boutique Shop. The public is invited to attend. The admission is free. - " TOURS HOLY LAND Mrs. Alberta Harris spent 10 days touring Biblical Land and Rome. The trip originat ed in New York, March 12 and ended March 21. The non-stop flight from New York to Rome was 8 hours. From Rome, she flew on to lsreal where she visited many biblical places such as Jeru salem, Bethlehem, Jerhico, Jordan River, Dead Sea, Sa maria, Sea of Galilee, Caper naum, Nazereth, Calvary, Pi lot's Judgement Hall, Garden of Gethsemane, Room of the Last Supper, and many otner ..I.,....,. Donb tn RnmP she visited St. Peters Cathedral, The Vatican Square, and the Museum. The trip was sponsored by Rev. C. D. Vaughn, pastor of the Grace Memorial Baptist (Church of Baltimore, Md. After returning to the v states, she was the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Bowser, Mrs. Gary Gross, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert White, all of New York City. COMMUNITY FRIENDLY CLUB HOLOf MONTHLY MUTING MARCH 26 The Community Friendly Club held its monthly meet ing March 20, at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Cora Jackson, 303 w Enterprise Street.' Devotions Ih were opened by the President, Mrs. Aline Davis, by singing the club song, "I Want to Be More uke Jesus in my Heart. Scripture read by Mrs. Novel la Fleming, "The 2Srd Psalms." Mrs. Lizzie Gilmore led us in prayer. Minutes of the last meeting were read and adopted, alter me Busi ness session. The hostess served a delicious repast -lM.-hJm. --11-LL"J ' j' sr wmcn everyone enjoyeo. , Mrs. Gladys Ship man thanked the hostess. The next meeting will be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Fleming, 204 W. Pied mont Ave. ON DIANTS LIST AND HONOR ROLL It is very nice to know that James Turrentine who made the Dean's List and Miss Le Wanda Lawson made B Honor Roll. They are stu dents at NCC University at Durham. Mr. Turrentine in a senior and MisS Lawson is a freshman. Congratulations to you. Keep up the good work. WITH SYMPATHY Sympathy to the late Rev. Richard Adams family, Mrs. Elenora Nathan and family. Come unto me all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. St. Matthew 11:28. VISITS REST HOME The Russell Ext ension Home Makers Club went to the Pine Knoll Rest Home re cently to sew and mend for the patients. The Club goes at regular intervals to min ister unto and entertain them. The patients are always glad to see the members and they had a large amount of mend ing to be done. Members car ried thread, needles and but tons and do mending for the ladies and the men. Members ...ltH avAllful turn USlMlljr OJfCUU UVWIU unv hours and time was weU spent. The members received as rhuch joy as the thirty patients. Members that went were Mesdames Grace Mack, Margaret J. Parker, Jaunita Shaw, Clara Riley and Berma Dunnegan and the president, Pearl Holman. The club mem bers' next visit will be Good Friday when they will serve MONTHLY MEETING The Triangle Community Circle held its monthly meet ing at the home of Mrs. Oneida McGhee, Larchwood Drive. Members present were: Jan ie Garrett, Mable Fairley, Lois Mayo, Anne Butler, Loddie Campbell, Doris Stalk, Beatrice Parker, Oneida McGhee, Jean Mack and EUse Green. The next monthly meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Doris Stalk on Baker Street. refreshments following their devotion. W. ' 7 CAINS CHAPEL OBSERVES WOMEN'S DAY The Cains Chapel Baptist Church family will observe its Annual Women's Day Sunday, April 8, at 11:15 aJB. Mrs. Celeste Sanders from Union Baptist Church Dur ham, will be the Women's pay speaker. Ten ladies volunteered to be captains of the day serv ice. Hopefully, all the cap tains will bring in one hun dred dollars each. The lady with the highest amount of money will be crowned "Wo man of the Year" at Cains Chapel. Everyone is working hard and eagerly awaiting the special day. All persons in and around Cains Chapel are cordially invited to wor ship with us on this occas ion. Rev. B. A. Mack, the minister; Program Commit tee, Mrs. Berma Dunnegan, Mrs. Pearl Holman, Mrs. Louise Long. D. C. VSITORS Mrs. Inez Issam and her four children of Washing ton, D.C. motored down and spent the week-end with her parents and their grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. Waymon A. Harris of Rougemont. REURNS TO SALISBURY Sylvester Hall of Salibury, has returned home after spending several days with his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall, of Todd St. MISSIONARY COUNCIL MEETING SET FOR 14TH The Durham County Mis sionary Council meeting will Continued on Page 6A Sat., April 7. 1973 Tavgodttta Coatestaits '' m"" t WW- ' mm mm Eav JmmwM Bf mmm mm WMMmmBmW . H HRsHfl mt t BFwH 11 g- wEBEEEEBEEEE EEEEE xE BEEEfiE wy sSpSn v " jelSsBrel BEEF VLJ&S9 BB "IS BEBHBEBEEMiHHK BEEBEBEBeHbHI Sg8y :- & 1 mm 5jS&mmmm wBCHtffiaH mmmKBmmw''AmmmMkmmmmmmm JWm SKiiK StSEB Hi " jWL Jflr'r I XBF ikBflW toSSE? mWmmmmmmWWf' 'B "jHBt sHBflS BZmmmfftSAmmmmmf -. .A WM -sUmZ'y$-vimmmm mW?&- : ffimW mmmm &hISB..BB?sS mmW XmW mm mmmV ' -:l SBsBfli HL mm These comely young ladles are rehearsing a lesson in charm and poise with their .instructor, Mrs. Brenda Nunn, for the annual Taugadetta. 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