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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, June 20, 1981, Page 4, Image 4

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: -THE CAROLINA TiMES SAT,UNE 20,198V. ; "42nd Anr.!vsr$2ry cTBishopSaundsr8 : Bishop Leon Saunders, founder of the Jesus House of ' Prayer Holiness Churchy 704 Dowd St., will celebrate: his 42nd Anniversary with services beginning Sunday, . JonFU. They will conclude on Sunday, June 28 with: Assistant Bishop E. A. ; Alston delivering the closing' message. . . . t :' I' Bible Way News Bible Way Apostolic Temple will close out its Youth; Conference Sunday, June 21 with Mrs. Doris Russell's YiniCh in Action program. Men's Day will be observed Synday, June 21 at 3 p.m. John McKnight and Floyd Brandon will be in charge. The McNeil Family will serve Father's Day Dinner in the fellowship Hall. Stewardess Board Trip to Pennsylvania ,. The Stewardess Board No. 2 of Kylcs Temple A.M.E. Ziorf Church,, Dunstan St., has plannd a trip to Lan caster, Hershey and Reading, Pa , July 31 through August 2. If you are interested in visiting the Chocolated werld and shopping spree in a complete outlet center, please contact the either: Mrs. Llewellyn -: 477-4047, Mrs. Griffin 493-2055 or Mrs. Yancey,. 682-8722. i Men's Day at Northside 1 Northside Baptist Church, 1239 Berkeley St., will observe Men's Day, Sunday, June 21 at the 9:30 a.m. during Sunday School and at the 1 1 a.m. morning wor ship: J. J. Henderson, retired Financial Vice President, of N. C. Mutual Life Insurance Co., will be the speaker. Lonnie Green will be guest conductor of the Northside Men's Chorus. Refreshments will be served in the Fellowship Hall after .services. Rev. Leonza Lynch to Speak at First Calvary , Rev. Leonza Lynch, son of Rev. Lorenzo Lynch, pastor, White Rock Baptist Church, will speak at First' Calvary Baptist Church, Sunday, June 21 at 11 a.m. It will mark Youth Day at the church. At 3 p.m. Rev. James Daniel, pastor, Orange Grove Baptist Church, will conduct services for the Ushers An- niveisary. BATTLE CHAPEL HILL - Funeral services for Hilliard Battle Jr., 507-A Craig St., who died Monday, June 8 at home, were held Friday,, June 12 at Scarborough & Hargett Memorial Chapel by' Rev. John H. Burnette. Burial was in Chapel Hill Memorial Cemetery. He was a native of Wake County. Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Woods Battle; three daughters, Mrs. Pauline Whitsett of Atlanta, ' Ga., and Mrs. Marie Moss and Mrs. Sheila Battle, both of Durham; four sons, Theodore Battle of Durham, " Terry Battle and Jerry Battle, both of Carrboro and Phillip ' Carleton Battle of Atlanta, Ga.; one brother, Willie Ar thur Battle of Hillsborough ; six grandchildren. McCOY CtARKTON - Funeral ser vices I for Mrs. Mary H. Mc Coy of Route 1, Clarkton, will be conducted on Thursday, June 18, at 3 p.m., from the Piney Grove AME Zion Church in Clarkton with the pastor. Rev. E.A. Dooley, of ficiating and Rev. Sheldon R. Shipman eulogizing. Burial will follow in the Clarkton Community Cemetery. The remains will lie in state at the church from 2 p.m. until the hour of service. Surviving are two daughters, Miss Hazel Mc CbjrJaf Durham and Mrs. Louise Shipman of Salisbury; one sister of Mrs. Annie Bell Boyd of Durham; the son-in-law, Dr. F.G. Shipman; grandson, Rev. Sheldon R. Shipman of Charlotte. People's Funeral Home of Whiteville is in charge Uf J(oiMtt &ilead SdafUiU ' II L rt- ...II h 7. 404 DOWD STREET DURHAM. NORTH CAROLINA 27701 DR. A. D, MOSELEY, D.D., MINISTER J. G. TRUIETT, ASSISTANT MINISTER "ji SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 1981 iffcOO A.M. Morning Worship " 9:30 A.M ' si- Church School ,11:00 A.M. Morning Worship TRANSPORTATION IS PROVIDED TO ALL SERVICES Call 688-6052 or 682-8464 or 682-7160 IT" - - v ' n i prO. Scarborough & Hargett ; Memorial Chapels & Gardens ,-. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS ;g06 S. Roxboro Durham, N.Ci 'A Dignified Service in a Sympathetic Way" Burial Protector Plan OUR LICENSED STAFF ErnestiiM Scarborough Bynum Uconitd FumtH Dtroctrnt ind Emtulmor J. C.''Slwtplo" Scarborough. Ill LfcMMtf Fawral Dlroctor and Embalmtr Oouglai C.Ray , Ucamatf FunaraToiractor and Efflbalmtr Connta B. Dunlap Ucaatad Funwal Oiraetar and Embalm WayntA. Coachman ' UcantfdFiiMralDlraciwiiHiFinhiim . ,RoMMN.tcartorMigk.Sr. Ucani Funaral Director . A. Canar . I rnmA Cun.l nLu, i-mtwtt Caldml ,. UtMiarf Fnnri inn.. ' v Ucanod Funoral DUtctori CHURCH NOTES ;- r Men's Day st Union ; - r :' Union Baptist Church, 904 N. Roxboro St'., will observe Men's Day, Sunday, June 21 at 11 a.m. Dr. John Wilson Fleming, Director of Church Relations, Shaw University, will be the featured speaker, " Dr. Fleming, a native of Morganton, received his A.B. degree from Shaw University, i. H received his, master of divinity and doctor of ministry degrees from the Vanderbilt Divinity School, Nashville, Tenn. He has done further study at Columbia University. He has served as director of christian education of the General Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, Inc., editor of The Baptist Informer, pastor, Sandy Plains, Columbus County, Brookston, Vance County, and Metropolitan, Rocky Mount; columnist of the Journal and Guide. . Dr. Fleming has served as an instructor in religion at Shaw' University; associate professor of humanities, dean of admissions, professor of history and afro american studies, and has taught part-time at North Carolina State University, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and Duke University. He is married to the former Hortense Gilmore and they are the parents of one son, Sundar. Vacation Bible School at Russell Memorial Vacation Bible School will be held at Russell Memorial CME Church, 703 S. Alston Ave., June 22 to 26 from 6-8:30 p.m. Classes are for all ages. The goals for Bible School this year are Outreach and Witness and Bible teaching and training. The theme is Jesus, Your Word Lives in Me. : The adult class will be taught by the pastor, Rev. L. H. Whelchel Jr. and Rev. Raymond Sommerville. On Wednesday evening, June 24, Officer Tim Deck will conduct a class for all ages on "Crime." Registration fee is 50 for children and youth and $1.25 for adults. 7 r Inspirations! Singsrs in Concert A ' The Inspirational Singers of St Joseph's A.M.E. ' Church, 2521 Fayetteville Sf., will present their 7th An-" :nual Concert,' Sunday, June 28 at 5 p.m. v Rev. W, W. Easley Jrl is minister of St, Joseph's. : Father's Day at Emmanuel ; Father's Day will be observed at Emmanuel A.M.E. Church, Riddle Road. ' Rev. John R. Crutchfield, pastor, will preach at the 1 1 a.m. service. Music will be rendered by the Celestial Herald Choir with Mrs. Gwen dolyn H. Chambers as musician. A musical program featuring the five church choirs will begin at 2:30 p.m.t Father's Day at Asbury Temple . Father's Day will be observed at Asbury Temple United Methodist Church, Wabash Ave. and Lawson, Sunday, June 21 . ; Daniel G. Sampson, professor of law 'at North Carolina Centra) University and a member of the church, will speak. Sampson, a native of Sumter, S, C, received his B.S. degree from Morehouse College; M. A. degree in Economics from Atlanta University; LLB and LLM degree from Boston University. He joined the faculty of the School of Law at NCCU in 1950 and served there as Dean from 1965-68. He has frequently been designated as "Distinguished Professor of the Year" in the law school. He became legal advisor to the Universi ty Chancellor in 1968 and still holds that position. He has participated in workshops at Case Western Reserve University, University of California at Berkley and New York University. His wife, Mrs. Claretta Sampson, is also a member of the faculty at NCCU. They are the parents of four children, one daughter a medical doctor; another a law student and twcsons who are lawyers. DEATHS AMD FUNERAL SERVICES Men's Dsy stKyiss Teapb v Men's Day will be held at Kyles Temple A.M.E Zion, ' Church, Sunday, June 2 L Attorney Bob Griffin of Fu quay. Varina will speak. h : .:' V ' ' ; Attorney Griffin, a native of Fuquay, graduated from , -Fuquay Springs Consolidated High School and earned' B.S. and M.A, degree from North Carolina Central -University; He. received his Juris Doctor's degree fromt NCCU. He has previously taught at Tuskegee Institute. Sunday School Convention st Greater St. Paul 4 The Annual Session of. the General Sunday School' Convention of the East Cedar Grove Association will convene at Greater St. Paul Baptist Church, Hyde Park Ave. and Juniper St., Saturday, June 27. The theme' will be: Christian Stability The Whole Armour of I Cod. - - t- - , Curtis Bradsher is president; Dr. W. T, .Bigelow, moderator and pastor oftGreater St, Paul. . - Franklinton Center Benefit Breakfast A benefit , breakfast for the . Franklinton Center, ' Bricks, will be held at Mount Calvary United Church of ' Christ, 1739 Athens St., Sunday, June 21 beginning at 8 a.m. 1 Rev. J. C. Cheek is pastor of Mount Calvary. Wo Welcome Your Church Mows News about your happenings at your church, should be in our office not later than Monday at 5 p.m. of the week of publication. You might send us a church bulletin that would' indicate noteworthy news of your church happen' ings. Courtesy of Scarborough & Hargett Memorial Chapels and Gardens. mimmMmm DAVIS Funeral services for James Ervin Davis, who died Tues day, June 9 at the Veterans Administration Hospital, were held Friday, June 12 at West Durham Baptist Church by Rev. Harold J. Cobb Sr. Burial was In Beechwood Cerhetery. He was a native of Durham and attended the Durham Ci ty Schools. He was a World War I veteran. He was a member of West Durham Baptist Church and its Usher Board, District 2, Senior Citizens Group and Old Timers' Baseball Club. He formerly worked for the U. S. Postal Service; Metropolitan Washington Police Department and retired as an employee of the United States Department of State. After retiring in 1961, he returned to Durham. Surviving are his niece, Mrs. Ruby Davis Hargraves of Oxon Hill, Md. and nephew, Tilman Sharpe Davis Jr. of Washington, D.. C. Courtesy of Scarborough & Hargett Memorial Chapels and Gardens. JOHNSON SANF0RD - Funeral ser vices for Rev. Charles Johnson, 68. of 1107 Pinehurst St., who died Saturday, , June 13 at Lee County Hospital, were, held Wednesday. June 17 at Poplar Springs AME Church. Burial was in Glennvlew Memorial Park, Durham. He recently retired as s pastor of Poplar Springs AM.E Church. Surviving Mrs. Irene PEAY Funeral services for James Robert Peay of 2 Herrtck Place, who died Saturday. June 13 at the Durham Rehabilitation Center, were held Wednesday, June 17 at Scarborough & Hargett Memorial Chapel by Rev. H. E. Haggler Sr. Burial was in Glennview Memorial Park. He was a native of Concord and attended the public schools. He moved to Durham and was employed as a chef at Holiday Inn until his retirement. He was a charter member of Durham Consistory 218 and Zafa Temple 176 Ancient Egyptian Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrine. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mary Boger Peay; one son, Lorenzo D. Peay; one grandchild. Courtesy of Scarborough & Hargett Memorial Chapels and Gardens. ; .. RIVERS V Fi moral SArvirflS for Mrs ate-' hls- yfe$ Flossie " Farrow "-Rivers ' of 'Johnson;' twai; 31 l9'Tripolr Drive, who died W. A. AMEY'S Funeral Service & Florist Dependable Efficient Economical SERVICE BY AMEY 2919 Fayetteville Street Durham, N. C. 27707 688-1860 Florist Shoo 688-3310 brothers. Paul A. Johnson d Knoxville, Tend, and William E. Johnson of Cleveland. Ohio; two sisters, Mrs. Rob bie C. Johnson of Glen Alpine and Mrs. Jessie J. Best of Kenansville. Courtesy of Fisher Funeral Parlor, Incorporated. JASIK0WSKI Memorial services for Wladimir Jasikowski, 78, of 1910 Capps St., who died Friday. June 12 at home, , were held Saturday, June 13 at home. He worked with the Labor Service Co. as a guard in 1955. He was a retired employee of Harrison Con- struction and Steel Co. in South Pla infield, N. J. He moved to Durham two year? ago. s Surviving are his wife,; Mrs. Frieda Maria Jasikowski; two daughters, Mrs. Marie N. Tanner and Ms. Angelika M. Schiebe of . Plainfield. N. J,; two sons; Otto Richard Jasikowski and Wladimir'1 Jasikowski Jr., both of Piscataway, N. J.; three grandchildren. Arrangements were by Fisher Funeral Parlor, Inc lilt. (Ealuant Knfab (Eljttrrlf aUtrfet 1715ATHENS STREET DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA 27707 TELEPHONE: 688-5Q68 "OntheMdveforGod" Rev. J. Cecil Cheek, B.Th., M.DIv, Minister SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 1981 9:30 A.M. Sunday School 11:00 A.M. Morning Worship Monday. June 15 at Duke Medical. Center, were held Thursday, June 18 at Morehead Avenue Baptist Church by Rev. B. A. Mack. Burial was in Beechwood Cemetery. She was a native of Durham County. She was active in the N. C. Associa tion of Senior Citizens Clubs , and Durham's Coordinating Council of Senior Citizens. Surviving . are one , daughter Mrs. Julia P. Hin ton; one son, Carnell Rivers one sister, Mrs. Christine Gunter; three grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Courtesy of Scarborough & Hargett Memorial Chapels and Gardens. WEBB . Funeral services for Mrs. Bertha Lester Webb, 81, of 18-D Sima St., who died Tuesday, June 16 at Duke , Medical Center, were held Wednesday, June 17 at Bur-, they Funeral Chapel by Rev. Z. D. Harris. Burial was in Glennview Memorial Park. Surviving are two daughtesr, Mrs. Cuetta L. Rogers and Mrs. Dorothy Lunsford of Roxboro; two son?, Orandee Lawson and J. W. Johnson. Arrangements were by Burthey Funeral Service. MOORE GREENVILLE Funeral services for Mrs. Odessa Moore, 100 Cox St., who .died Monday, June 15, will be held Saturday, June 20 at 2 p.m. at Rock Spring Bap tist Church. Burial will be In Greenville. Surviving are four daughters; one son; two brothers, June Ellison of Durham and Bruce Ellison; 18 grandchildren. The family will receive friends Friday, June 19 from 7 to 9 p.m. at Phillips Funeral Home. Courtesy of Fisher Funeral Parlor, Incorporated. WILLIAMS Funeral services for Paul John Williams, 72, of 2307 Nebo St., who died Tuesday, June 16 at home, '.will be held Saturday'June ap.at Mqunj 2ioA"apti8t(Chureh at" p.m. Burial will be in Beechwood Cemetery. He was a retired coal miner for the U. S. Steel Coal Corp for 33 years, having retired in 1963. He moved to Durham in 1978. 4 He was a World War II veteran. He was a member of Mount Zion Baptist Church. Surviving are ' his wife, Mrs. Delia Williams; four daughters, Mrs.' Geraldine Wilkerson, Mrs. Tarra LaShana Williams, Ms. Per nio Brown of Welch, W. Va. and Mrs. Mary Sanford of Kimball, W. Va.; two sons, Michael Orlando Williams of Welch, W. Va. and Maurice Williams of Newark, N.J. The family will receive friends Friday, June 19 from 7 to 9 p.m. at Fisher Funeral Parlor. Arrangements are by Fisher Funeral Parlor, Incor porated. McNEIL Leon McNeil, 66. of 3331 Hinson St., died Tuesday. June 16. He was a retired employee of American Tobac co Co. Funeral ar rangements were incomplete at press time. PARKER James Parker Jr. of Rt. 3, Box 334-B, Barbee Road, died Tuesday, June 16 at Duke Medical Center. Funeral arrangements were incomplete at press time. Courtesy of Scarborough & Hargett Memorial Chapels and Gardens. HARRIS Ms. Barbara Anderson Harris of 823 Gattis St., died Monday, June 15 at Durham. County General Hospital. Funeral arrangements were incomplete at press time. Courtesy of Scarborough & Hargett Memorial Chapels and Gardens. Burthey Funeral Service 1510 Fayetteville Street Ourham, NC 27707 682-0327 LICENSED FUNERAL DIRECTOR & EM BALM ER . Specialty with Restorative Art and Embalming, i Assisting Families with pre-funeral and post funeral business arrangements. - , Providing the families with the proper and dignified . service.. , i, .Families can choose from a variety of services. 6:30 P.M. WEDNESDAY MId-Week Service Bus Service for Church Sunday School end Morning Worihlp Services. Everyone is welcome to come and Join us In all services. 3137 Fayetteville Street ; Durham, North Carolina 27707 (919)682-3276 "Service For All - Within The Means Of All" .Since 1063 WE CARE If We Didn't Serve You -You probably paid mors than you SHOULD Jiave for vour funeral nAAris Our Licensed Staff FUNERAL SERVICE LICENSEES Elijah J. Pookey Fisher III Christopher f. Fisher ciyoe Moore ill LICENSE0 FUNERAL DIRECTOR James A. Pegram ,1 Dlfte Usstk Baptist 1 U' 3400 FAYETTEVILLE STREET I ;4 , DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA 27707 4 I LORENZO A. LYNCH, PASTOR I SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 1981 I jjf SERMON The Pastor,! ill Refreshments and fellowship in the Fellowship i A Sunday Nursery provided for children during the 1 i i ff :x i iiivkuu' v iinnL :i 1 II wi . uuul i u n i r. n , ; CHURCH ' Striving For Liberation and Freedom With . Jesus Christ Since 1869 2521 Fayetteville Street, Durham. NC W. W. Easley, Jr., Minister " SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 1981 j ; i 9:30 A.M. Sunday School j! ; i . 11:00 A.M. Regular Worship ' if : lS ' Each Wednesday f ; : j '. y - Prayer Service. 12 Noon J

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