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CABOLINA TIMES Sat, Apr! 28, 1178 r WHO IS A LIAR ? 1 I: By Donald Love j Prom the time Christ came on the sceae, He worked hard ts fR over to man who He was and the role He was play ing for the take of man. This He did. He lived, died, arose, lived with man for many days after His resurrection and His ascension was the end of His efforts. The disciples were called by Him at His very beginn ing. He took all twelve of them and tucked them under Pit winn Mill oavo in them what His Father gave Him for them. After His leaving, the dedples were on their own depending on this Comforter that He had promised. Now they can and do see the value and the dose relation ship between Christ and the Comforter. Christ had told them they were to go everywhere preaching Him. They went after first starting in Jerusa lem. Out there they experi enced many things. They sev er would have been able to have gotten out of many situ ations if they were not guid ed by their Lord's substitute, the Comforter or the Holy Ghost More they worked for the cause, more they believed in the cause. They believed due to the Holy Ghost opening their rememberance and un derstanding the things that had been told them earlier by Christ. The issue then, getting peo ple to accept that Christ was the Son of God, it was pre dicted that He was to come, jH HnooSsbm BSSBBSMSwsf&sBttSsEsw MISS THOMAS LAST RITES HEID FOR MISS LORA THOMAS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11 Funeral services for Miss Lora Denise Thomas of New York City, but formerly from Durham, were held at Fisher Memorial United Holiness Church on Wednesday, April 11, at 2:00 p.m. Dr. A. W. Lawson delivered the eulogy. A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alphonu Thomas, Lora Denise, was born July 5, 1960. She died on April 6, at Mt Sinai Hospital in New York. Survivors Include her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Alphonza Thomas; 4 brothers, Johnny, of New York, Bernard of Cal ifornia, Alphonza Jr. and Jef frey Thomas, both of the home; one sister, Linda Ann Thomas of Rougemont, N. C, two grandmothers, Mrs. Net tie Easterling of Durham, and Mrs. Thomas of Kings tree, S. C; several uncles, aunts and other relatives. He came as was told, He liv ed and proved himself, cruci fied at was told, buried, rose from the grave and left us just like that and we are witnesses of these happen ings. We would not tell you these things if they did not St John, one of the ded ples, did some writings on and about some of the things that took place after His leaving and how they were guided by the Comforter. Ev erything Christ had told them, he found them to be true. In I John 2:22. Who is a liar but be that denieth that Jesus is the Christ? He Is an tichrist, that denieth the Father and the Son. If this was true then, it is also true now. We have people saying or denying Christ and deny ing the Father and the Son today. How many St. Johns can we find coming out de fending the cause? We have them now saying the same to day as was said earlier, God we believe but Christ, no. Here is one Jew, standing but not alone fighting for the cause of bis Master Jesus Christ. Here is a message he has for all of those who be lieve in God but not in Christ: Verse 23 in I John, 2. Whosoever denieth the Son, the same hath not the Fath er: (but) he that acknowledge the Son hath the Father also. A word or so of consolation, I John, 3:5-7. And ye know that He was manifested to take away pur sins; and in His is no sin. Whosoever abideth in Him sinneth not: whosoever sinneth hath not seen Him, neither know Him. Little children, let no man deceive you: he that doefb righteousness is righteous, even as He is righteous. We modern day Christians need ancient day facts. We are not satisfied unless-soma changes are made. The chang es must fit the times. God is both modern and ancient. He set the rules in ancient times and we in modern times' have to adjust ourselves to the rules and not rearrange the rules to suit our Mttste wl'made the ' stm 1Nr and stars, we have these same governors now as they had then. Hera in America we have been having four (4) seasons: winter, spring, sum mer and fall. Every year these changes take place around and about the same time. A question is asked, which of the four seasons you like best? As many of us as we are each season is chosen by CARD OF THANKS The families of the late Miss Lora Thomas, formerly of Durham and more recently of New York City, desire to express their deepest appre ciation to the Mount Zion Baptist Youth Chorus under the direction of Bobby Lip scomb for the beautiful music rendered and to the Junior Ushers and Junior Flower Girls' of Fisher Memorial Holy Church for their serv ices during our bereavement. farther, the families would ffks to take this means to 000 their gratitude and ex ptm thanks to the W. D. Htif Senior Citizens Club, Lincoln Hospital Auxiliary, LUlie McDade Circle. tJ Pastor's Aid of Fisher Memo rial Holy Church, friends and neighbors for the many deeds of though tfulnesi and kind ness expressed through cards, sstfinssM. 'floral tributes, foods and other services. May God bless each of you. Easterling family of iwatas family of k I Now York WORDS FOR THE WORLD O SON OF SPIRIT The best beloved of all thugs in My sight is Justice; turn not away therefrom if thou desires! Me, and neglect it not that I may confidd in thee. BAHA'I WRITINGS Privileged Information Vry often the drcumslqaCM surrounding a bereavement rr.ak the Funeral Director privy to Con fidential family information la much the tamo way a a doctor, lawyer, or cleroyoaa might bo. Therefore, la personal integrity mult literally bo a matter of public record. Thai to why it U a matter of prudence to make inquiries to adVoTO oi Mod to insure that you ultimately will be making lion of proven professional ethlce. AMEY FUNERAL SERVICE oSS-1S40 2W MYsTTTfVIUI ST. ; . DURHAM, N. C tW f, .LAf-r. AxAiH.; - . , Wk mL B: am Vrsflsl - 'raf&sKffl&sit 1 SSSB kUbXBI kw SSSSSr'' " JMwSjSamBBjBHHp aBL wlfssl t 'KrJHHBss's jam mwwBs Hpffl . iH vSagogBBBaSSgK- A jSSSSJ BBaBBl SSE&gl&ivSSl wFt- " : ' jSt am ssr- m Bsm ssT S ; $$ M mm SSsV::i rail i mmW$&Pwffi GETTING IT TOGETHER Distinguished members of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity got together at the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights in Washington to show Omega's positive concern in righting America's civil wrongs. After Grand Baslleus James Avery, left, presented a cheek for $1,000 to conference chairman Boy Wilkins, next to him, Dr. Lloyd Bell and Atty. Harold Cook Joined in the photo. many of us. So we do not de pend on winter season for the, things we expect to do in summer. This is a part of of God's program or plans also. God has one set of rules as we should worship Him. Just because we feel the rules should be changed for the times now, God is not In terested. God is today what He was yesterday He does not care one bit because you have changed. Let us not for get, God did not make Him self for the pleasure of man but man for His pleasure. It is a must that we are to be governed by God's standards. CARD OF THANKS Mrs. Hattie S. Scarborough and the family of the late Edward C. Strong, acknow ledge with deep appreciation their many expressions of sympathy and deeds of kind ness extended to the family during our recent bereave ment. We are especially grate fil for the contributions that have been made to the Alta dena, California YMCA Pro ject which perpetuates Mr. Strong's interest in the youth of our Nation. FASHION ITEM As fax back as cos tume history can be traced, the scarf has had fashion importance. Its forms, however, have varied. The Etruscan scarf, worn 1300-1100 B. C, was a long rectan gular piece of cloth used as a body covering, quite different from the small accessory styles worn today, notes Harriet Tutterow, extension clothing specialist, North Carolina State University. SEW FURNITURE If you want to try your hand at sew-lt-yourself furniture, there are pat terns for sofas, chairs and beds. All three items consist of a muslin liner that is stuffed with shredded foam and covered with a slipcover fabric, then bound! or trimraed acofljag 1ft, pattern directions, says , Wilms Scott, extension house furnishings spe cialist, North Carolina State University. IT - - ..- - x tan. I White Rock BoDtisf Church fl Lorenso A. Lynch, Minister 8400 FAYETTldVlLLE STREET I Sunday, April 29, 1973 I 9.30 A M. CHURCH SCHOOL mm 10:05 A M. WORSHIP ' SERMON Urn Pastor m "On The Resurrection of Christ VyS:- (John 20:19-26) Gospel Choir Leading The Singing Mr. Albert W. Cain, Director Mrs. Virginia Alston, Organist . 4 fhere ia conrpi; 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 to many. SCARBOROUGH AND a HARGETT, INC. FUNERAL OIRICTOIli 6B2-1171 or 682-1172 DJffceJeWn fli 24 - HOURS AMBULANCE Bell is the fraternity's co ehakman for social action. Cook is the new national exe cutive secretary of the fraternity. I LOOKED AND I SAW By REV. C R. 8TOWR " THE POTTER AND THE CLAY The half has not been told concerning what an individ ual can do If his life mm rected by the influence of a fores called God. Man's great est problem is found within himself because there is a kind of emptiness that devel ops within all men. The kind of emptiness to which I re fer here Is not dominant among any particular race, creed or color. It was never meant from the beginning that man should walk and reach important goals alone. An indivdual has a choice of doing some things the easy way, but the result is not always a lasting one. The short way home, for ex ample, Is not always the safe route, but the long route would reduce the many dif ficulties involved. The believ er who travels the long road with God is far safer in judg ment than a man who chooses to. take the walk alone. Man has a tendency to in fluence others whether Us work is just or unjust. We have no righteous way of asm Ih SBS RRSBSSSSSBSKt. STONE into knowlng the impact of our reactions now or even of the future years. Sometimes in our determinations from day to day. we may leave scars that cannot be remov ed even by strong men, but can only be resolved by God through Christ our Lord. It should be remembered that there are as many dif ferent wills in the world as we have people. Moreover, not only does a man have a win, but conflicting wills wKhin himself. One of the beat solutions to man's prob lems is for him to seek to know more about his purpose within God's will. Man's con stant desire should be for the Lord to molfl him according to the Masters will. As the hymnologist says, "Have Thine own way, Lord! Thou art the potter, I am the clay; Mold me and make me after Thy will, While I am waiting, Yielded and still." . , Furthermore, the clay should say to the potter; "Master, mold my eyes that I nay see, straighten my mind that I may think cor rectly, turn my feet in the way that I should walk, alert my ears that they may re ceive right sounds and train my tongue how to speak Thy NameV ' He who ham ears to bear let him hear. Biblt Book Store J47W.SMSt. fk.ee 4IMSJI ALBUM SPECIAL BUY ONE GET Citric mm . j A Full Strvce Bank I Checkfng - Savings - Loans I Mechanics & Farmers Bank xHARiQTit; mum BEGINNING APRIL 30 Attend the Christian Life & Witness Glasses 9l . m eJgjBty kmm mmm jsBBsBsBsWjRtsBsBsW. EbsbbT ' ATTEND ONE CLASS PER WEEK CHOOSE LOCATION MOST CONVENIENT ATTENDANCE IN NO WAY OBLIGATES YOU CLASSES OPEN TO ALL: YOUTH ESPECIALLY INVITED ATTEND REGARDLESS OF PREVIOUS TRAINING. FOUR-WEEK SERIES BEGINS APRIL 30 DURHAM AND CHAPEL HILL LOCATIONS OTHER LOCATIONS MONDAY 7:30 p.m. (April SO, May 7, 14, 21) Grey Stone Baptist Church 2601 Hillsborough Rd TUESDAY 7:90 pm. (May 1, 8, 18, 22) Union Baptist Church 04 North Roxboro St Durham WEDNESDAY - 10:00 a m. (May 2, 0, 16, 23) Epworth United Methodist Church Hope Valley Rd. at University Dr. Durham THURSDAY - 7:30 p.m. (May 3, 10, 17, 24) Amity United Methodist Church Ahport Road at Estes Drive Chapel Hill MONDAY - 7:30 p.m. (April 30, May 7, 14, 21) First Baptist Church 101 south Wilmington 81. TUESDAY - 7:30 p.m. (May 1, 6, 15, 22) SI. Mark's United Methodist Church 4801 Six Forks Rd. Raleigh THURSDAY - 10:00 am. (May 2, 6, 16, 23) Ernest My art Presbyterian Churci 4026 Fayetteviile Rd. 4 (intersect. 401 S & Old Stage Rd.) Raleigh THURSDAY 7.-30 p.m. (May 3, 10, 17, 24) SHIfci Bapust Church 3110 Clark Ave. Raleigh ;;; In Preparation for: TPffc- A Central Carolina Billy Graham Crusade P. O. Box 12056 Research Triangle Park. N. C. 27709 Phone 549-8202 Women's Page ssssl .'ijJBK.. B:i:JsBSBSK;-: MINI DRESS OR PANTS Which Do You Prefer? Etth er attire looks quite fitting on these lovely Fayetteviile State University coeds as they exchange notes between their classes. The beautiful coeds are Helen Jones (loft), a Kin ston, native' and Rita James, a freshman from Wallace, (Pboto by Henderson) Durham Social Holes Of Of Interest MRS. SY MINER DAYE TELEPHONE 477-S370 REGULAR SERVICE AT GREATER ST. PAUL The Greater Saint Paul Baptist Church held its' regu lar service Sunday, April 22, at 10:55 a.m. Music wa s ren dered by the Chancollor and young adult choris, organ pre lude by Stephen Bigelow, pianoist - Mrs. Evelyn Evans. Rev. David Bridgeford associate minister presided. Acknow ledged visitors - Miss Janice Avery - Daughters of Lydia, Prayer and mission offering Deacon A. L. Murphy - Chris tian Herald Mrs. G. Strudwick - Clerk. The children's chapel and report which was very good. These children around 200 came out of the former sanctuary and marched down the isle in the new sanctuary and stood in the form of a cross. The children were told the story, the Crucifixion of Christ by the pastor, Rev. Bigelow and were asked ques , Uoiih from the group by the ww ihissiiifiMftWi iWIWIn made so- happy, 4hey - ware returned back to the places and presented Easter baskets. Rev. Bigelow took his text from the Book of St. Mark 16:34, "The Stone of Life." In conclusion Rev. Bigelow said if you keep on walking the Christian Highway, God will move your stone out of the way, He will roll all burdens away. MRS C.B. NIXON HONORED AS A FOUNDER OF BETA KAPPA CHI NATIONAL SCIEN TIFIC HONOR SOCIETY Mr. and Mrs. Clifford B. Nixon have returned to their home on Denfield after attend ing the Golden Anniversary celevration of the founding of Beta Kappa Chi National Scientific Honor Society at Lincoln University in Pennsyl vania. Mr. Nixon with other sur viving founders were honorees at a special program and dinner held in the Student Union Dining Hall on Lincoln campus. Shortly before the dinner a 50th Anniversary commemo rative plaque was unvailed in the Langston Hughes Memor ial Library. At the dinner a parchment scrool and a Com memorative Medallion were presented to each founder or his proxy. Dr. Herman R. Branson, President of Lincoln Univer sity was the principal speaker at the dinner. Beta Kappa Chi was found ed at Lincoln University in 1923. After the meeting Mrs. Nix on remained in Philadelphia as the house guest of her niece and her husband Mr. & Mrs. Elwood Willis. Mr. Nixon visit ed other relatives in New York, New Jersey, Maryland and Washington, D.C. HOME FROM TURKEY Mr. Le norenzo Coz Turkey where he is stationed in service (wife and son) He is the son of Mr. & Mrs. Loren zo Cozart, Sr., of Moreland Avenue. VISIT MOTHER Mrs. Joe Ann H. Clements and son is home with her mo ther for Easter Holidays. Mrs. Clements resides in Washington, D.C. VISIT SISTER Mrs. Lottie C. Ward of O range, New Jersey is visiting her mother, Mrs. Hannah Car rington and her sister Mrs. Clementine C. Whitted of Todd St. EASTER VISITORS Mr. & Mrs. Willie Perry and two children Inga and Jeffrey of Seat Pleasant, Maryland spent holidays with Mrs. Perry's Parents, Mr. & Mrs. Eddie Bol den of Kenion Ward Road. Mrs. Love Hosts West Durham Garden Club On Tuesday night, April 17 at 8 o'clock, Mrs. Mary Love was hostess to The West Durham Blossom Gar den Club at her home on Rose dale Ave. The Easter motif in flowers and eggs was beauti fully carried out throughout the house. "The Garden Gate" was opened by Mrs. Alease By num after which the presi dent presided over the busi ness session. During this ses sion, committee reports were heard and the worship serv ice to be held at Mt. Olive A.M.E. Zion Church on Club Blvd. on May 20, at the 11:00 o'clock service was discussed. Mrs. Cornetta Williams gave a very interesting report on "Controlling Pests in Our Gardens," also. Preceding the opening ses sion, Mrs. Love assisted by Mrs. Beulah Coley Edwards served a delicious dinner to the following members: Mesdames Margaret Allen, Mary Allison, Alease Bynum, Addye Coley, Anna Duke, Beulah Edwards, Margaret Fuller, Gertrude G 1 bson, Daisy Gunn, Mary Horton, Naomi Parker, Georgia Tay lor, Cornetta Williams and Miss Mary Louise Stephens. Mrs. Anna Duke thanked the hostess for an enjoyable evening. The May meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Gertrude McBroom. CONGRATULATIONS Congratulations and best wishes to newly weds, Mr. & Mrs. Oliver Bullock, Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Earl Oliver, Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Cates, Mr. & Mrs. McKinnley Mangum, Mr. & Mrs. C. E. Davenport. WITH SYMPATHY Extending sincere sympathy to the late par will family, Kinston, M.C. Mr. & Mrs. Man Lord is nigh unto all them that call upon him." Psalm 145:18. NEW YORK VISITOR Miss Ra y Saundera of New York City spent Easter Holi days with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Isiah Parker of Rouge mont, N.C. RETURNS HOME Mrs. Maggie Cates Cannady of Baltimore, Md, have returned home after spending Easter holidays with relatives in Dur ham, N.C. SICK AND SHUT-INS-Alfred Jones, Cloris D. Cates, Mrs. Dallie Holeman, Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Annie Peaks, Mr. Melvin Holman, Mrs. Annie (Dep) Mack, Mr. William (Bill) Car rington, Mr. John (Nick) Har ris, Mr. Claibom Tapp, Sr., Mrs. Elena Jones, Rev. Ed. Has kins, Mrs. Annie Bell Green, Mr. Simon Shaw, Mr. Johnnie Tiley, Mr. Ellis D. Jones, Sr., Mrs. Virginia Bridges, Mrs. bsbbb MRS. CLARENCE A. DAVENPORT Miss Segrid A. Hudson Weds Clarence Davenport on April 21 University of North Carolina Many opportunities: Electronic Technician, color TV experience neccssary;RefrigeratIon Mechanic; Air Conditioning Mechanic; Personnel Technician; Stenographers, shorthand required; Per manent and temporary positions for typists; Housekeeping As sistants; Food Service Supervisor; Administrative Secretary; Staff Nurse; Security Officer; Switchboard Operator. Equal Opportunity Employer CONTACT: UNC EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 106 VANCE HALL, CAROLINA CAMPUS Amidst a beautifully ar ranged floral background a t Mount Gilead Baptist Church, Miss Segrid Audrey Hudson was wed to Clarence E. Daven port at a 3:00 p.m. ceremony on April 21. Minister officiat ing were Rev. Dr. Alexander D. M s lev and Rev. Z. D. Harris. Miss Gwendolyn Hud son was soloist and Mrs. Gloria was organist for the occasion. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thermon Hudson of 701 Catalpa Drive. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Odell Davenport of Emporia, Va. The bride wore a gown of satin faced rayon organza with a bib front and hemline flounce of cotton lace. Her illusion veil was a mantilla trimmed in matching lace. She carried a basket of summer flowers. Maid of honor was Miss Carolyn Terrell of Charlotte. Matron of honor was Mrs. Patricia Hudson of Durham. Both wore gowns with an empire waistline and long sleeves, 'Die maid of- honor gown was of yellow organza and the matron of honor was of lavender organza. Matching hats and gloves completed the attire. They carried matching bouquets of gladiolas. Other attendants were Misses Vivian Gunn, Sandra Philpott, Gloria Evans, Bar bara Patterson, Margaret Scott. and Willie Mae Ellison. Their dresses featured a gathered skirt of organza printed in shades of lavender and gold floral design with three dimen sional velvet overlays. Bou quets of lavender gladiolas were carried by and they wore lavender hats and gloves to complete their attire. Best man was the bride groom's brother, Willie Daven port of Emporia, Va. Ushers were Roy Cuttino, Ronald Hudson, William Peterson, John Scott, Robert Wallace, Meredith Brittain and James McDonald. Flower girls were LaTonya Vernyce Hudson and Angela Davenport. Ringbearer was Mic hael V. Hudson. Mr. and Mrs. Thermon Hudson were hosts for their daughter's re ception which followed the ceremony in the church base ment parlors. The bride attended North Carolina Central University and is a graduate of Croft Business College. She is em ployed at UNC as a medical secretary The bridegroom is "a graduate of A&T State Uni versity and is a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. He is employed as an Electrical Engineer at IBM. The new I v weds will live in the Presidential Apartments located on Ruby Street in Durham. JORDAN gjj0sed from frost pace) more than two million black WMk to registration roils in the South. Other redpfesta of honor ary degrees will be Mrs. Ellen Winston, Doctor of Humane Letters and former U JS. Com missioner of Welfare; Jurgen Moltmann, Doctor of Divinity and who is considered an au thority in theological research; Robert Ward, Doctor of Fine Arts, president of the N.C. School of Arts in Winston Salem; John Brooks Fuqua, Doctor of Laws, who now heads a conglomerate of al most 50 companies in steam ships; Dr. John A.D. Cooper, Doctor of Science, and who is president of the Association of the Association of American Medical Colleges and coordi nates a course in public policy and health Affairs for Duke in Washington, D.C. He also serves on the Board of Visitors of Duke Medical Center. Commencement activities will begin May 12 with the annual meeting of University's Board of Trustees. Activities are scheduled for various can didates receiving advanced de grees as well as the commis sioning exercises will begin at 3:00 p.m. at Cameron Indoor Stadium with Duke President Sanford presiding. Guest Mar HOLLYWOOD IUPI I Anne Francis, who once played a female detective in her own television series, will make a guest star appearance on Buddy Ebsen's new detective show, "Barnaby Jones." Mary Glenn, Mr. Buck Turen tine, Mrs. Lola Bullock, Mrs. Nellie Bailey, Mr. Buck Turen tine, Mrs. Lola Bullock, Mrs. Nellie Bailey, Mr. L.F. Warren Mr. Holey, Mr. Sammie Parker, Mr. Jake Pointer, Mr. Charlie Atkins, Mrs. Hazel Crews, Mr. Cloud Lunsford, Mr. Wallace Williams, Mr. William Thomp son, Miss Brenda Holloway, Mrs. Marie McLean, Mrs. Jose phine Walter, Mrs. Emma Roys ter, Mrs. Minnie Jones, Mrs. Mary Munford, Mr. Kemp Ford, Mr. Clinton Outlaw. In thee, O Lord, do I put my trust, Let me never be ashamed; deliver me in they righteousness. For thou art my rock and my fortress, there for for they name's sake, lead me and guide me. Psalm 31-1-3. mmwmwmmmwmwm B T r i j m rress, iuri ana Chemical i SAME DAY WTO SERVICE ' House of Venus Beauty Salon 931 Castle Hill Ave., Bronx, New York Mr. M. Mitchell. Prop. Ph. 822-8444 KNOW YOUR BANKER When you live in a community, there are cer tain professional people you should learn to know rather well . . . including your banker. The better you know your banker ... the bet ter he knows you . . . the better your various financial needs will be fulfilled. . Come in and talk with us. We Want to know you better. We want to be able to give you the ultimate in financial service and counsel. Mechanics a E BANK DUItMMItt, ft, C. BIOLOGY CLUB OF NCCU ELECTS OFFICERS FOR '73 In a business session on April 19th, the E. E. Just Biology Club of the Depart ment of Biology of the North Carolina Central University elected officers for the school vear 1973-74. The officers are Wayne Bess, president, Helen Green, vice president, Verna Smith, secretary, Paul Williams, treasurer, Glenn Todd, business manager, and John L. Stewart, faculty ad visor. ttte C'UD wbich is a long standing student organi zation Of the department of biology, is named for the famous black biologist Ernest E. Just, 1883-1941, and a Phi Beta Kappa. Set., April 28, 1173 A GREAT TRACK SPECTACULAR! tomimTwX 173 SfJsT WALLACE WAOf STADIUM (Duke University) SsssessssffsslfTIOirMPUNS DOM T MISS NOtTM CAtOtlM S6SIATIST OMI-OAT TlACX ArnMCTBQM' ! TICKJTl6fa FIOM AU SCATS HSUVtD . . : -J assess) mm J ItMHofOlnK. . : ! arr r ati Vf wtm j Martin Luther King Games P.O. SOX 1SS7 PUS MAM, M C 27702 ILIl R P E T S 286-0754 Lugar Thompson, Jr. Nile 544-1469 or 544-1678 Large Selection of Rolis and Remnants Draperies Wall Coverings Walloverings Hoover Cleaners 1920 PERRY STREET (Around corner from West Durham 9th Street Shoe Inn) STOP! SHOP! SAVE! During 9th Strwt Safe! 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