The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, August 01, 1981, Page 3, Image 3
--utfU&MH t ,riiitrifT'jOh;'-iai,1tf "t "Tjn mM mmm'r' 'iif m --n " - -r i - ; 5 4th Anr.!vcr:ry cf n. Czlycry . : ' ' ... ' ' ' UviiiwI Wltwil . i- ' , . " The Senior Choir of Mount Calvary Baptist Church, Bahama, will celebrate its 44th Anniversary, Sunday, August 2 at 6 p.m. Rev; W, W. Easley Jr., pastor, St. . Joseph's AME Church and the Inspirational Singers , an? uospei cnoir wm be guests. ' Homecoming at Bsii-Yeatsr : Bell-Yeager Free Will Baptist Church, I. Cornwallis Rd., will observe Homecoming Sunday, August 9 at 3 p.m. Rev. Vernon S. Thompson, pastor. First Calvary; Baptist Church will speak. Dinner will be served in the Fellowship Hl at 2 p.m. , , Women's Day at Oak Grove The Annual Women's Day Services will be held at Oak Grove Free Will Baptist Church; 801 Colfax St., wi)l be held Sunday; August 2 at 11 a.m. Rev. E. J. Sirijs will be the speaker, v vv - - "( ' - i - 0Unwrappefflifts At Oak Grove., tnwrapped Gifts, will presented at Oak Grove Free Will Baptist Church, 801 Colfax St.; Friday, August 7 at 7:30 p.m. - - ' " . The play was written by Rev. E. J. Sims and directed , by Ms. Sylvia Murray, 1 Rev. Mrs. Sims is an associate minister at Oak Grove. - Rev. Ronald Swain at White Rock Rev. Ronald L. Swain, Chaplain, Shaw University, will preach at White Rock Baptist Church, 3400 Fayet teville St., Sunday, August 2 at 10:55 a.m. - Rev. Swain is a native of Macon; Ga. and presently is a Ph.D. Candidate at UNC-Chapel Hilt; staff member in Student Affairs at UNC-Chapel Hill and instructor, Shaw Divinity School, He received his B.A. degree fron Duquesne University, M.Ed, from Duquesne and Master of Divinity degree from Shaw Divinity School.1 He has served as Director of Counseling at Shaw University and Staff member in Student Affairs at N. C. Utate University.- He is a member of First Baptist Church, Raleigh. He and Mrs. SWain are the parents of one son, Ronald Jr. 1 Hi' .A - T in hi f in I PEV. SWAIN ' . .' ": a, -Aft:"',. St. Paul's Gets VEPCO Grant - LAWRENCEVILLE, VA. Saint faul's Col lege ,has been awarded grants ; by the Virginia Foundation For " The Humanities and ? Public Policy and by the Virginia Electric and Power Com-, pany, President S. Dallas Simmons announced last week. liAj:-f-- Dr. Simmons said Paul's College was-me of nineteen organizations and educational institu tions itfshare in an ap propnation of $110,040. (e funds will be used to support public humanities projects throughout , the Commonwealth of Virginia., - - At St. Paul's College humanities scholars and interested citizens . will consider the influence of technical change on tradi tional forms of ' religion and on personal behavior according to Dr. Sim mons. The " forums are scheduled to begin at St. '' Paul's College in October." ; The gift fron) VEPCO is the initial payment on a ' pledge made this year dur ing the school's ongoing ' capital projects program for new construction. -. Dr. Simmons said, "i understand that VEPCO has been a good friend of. " the College . over the' years." . ' x , D:v:r.::v:n 7:rcU:ra Ilili KZ ,',V1C3 Again . By Elson Armstrong, Jr. Just when you thought it was safe to go outside again, that awful heat and humidity - returned ; to Durham and . much ' of; North Carolina with ; a vengeance this week. . On July 27, a roasting. J 07 high was recorded in downtown Durham and that '"out of it'Mook returned to Pull ' City residents. Construction v workers took; well-deserved liquid breaks as the hot sun bore down from a virtually cloud-free sky, ! , It was so hot that even children - who normally love, to play outside all summer found that it was more comfortable to stay inside. .-' . v . The Bermuda high, now centered in -the Gulf, of Mexico,' has strengthened again and for Tar Heels that means only one thing, the dog days of summer have returned A recent brief spell of "cool Cair'r .ith temperatures v in the low 90's has been pushed back north paving the way for the frying pan conditions. The hot nights are also back. The low on the mor ning of the 27th was 75 Durham f was accom- panied by other area cities , - which ) sweltered . onder 100 heat. It was 100 in downtown Raleigh at 3 -; p.m., ? and likewise or Rocky Mflunt. Fayet teville, often the hottest ci- ty in . the estate, was smoldering at 95 at noon! Weather spokesmen' again", warn residents - to take necessary precautions during the heat wave. The heat is most dangerous for the very young and the ! very . old. . Very . light clothing should be worn -and strenuous work or ex- ercise should be curtailed V until the cooler hours of the day. Drink plenty of , cool liquids and NEVER . leave small children - or animals in cars with the windows up. The heat looks like it will be with us for the rest of this week. A cool front , to the north may trigger afternoon thunderstorms, but the relief will be short lived and localized.' ; As the heat waves danc ed off Durham pavement; Durham residents grudg ingly remembered that the hottest weather of 1980 : began exactly one year ago this week. : (Continued from Front)" Business, and At-Large.' The terms are for one ; year. , There are two terms ex piring in September on the Housing Authority. -The terms are for five years. ' '. There are four terms - .ut:,a'j:3xt 1.131 piricg in September ea&c Recreation Advisory Committee. The terms are for three years. Application forms may be obtained from tfie Ory Clerk's office, 1C! Cry 'llaH Plaza, 8 sun. to 430 pjn., Monday through Friy; Tti t: a U Kc4tyacccmi3ctha Csf Cocsdl ti dcrsia fcj t a to recssesd to &e Camdl tat tyciau AszZa&on tarsi tot des9 vecaades mWL be w cepted ttroo2i p.ia cn Almost 4, 1S31. K Live at Homo and Earn University Crpdit tovard a Bachelor's Dsgrca ; Now you can do both at Piedmont Technical College in Raxboro, N.C. Courses are faught by the University of North Carolina it Greeasbort. Jlorth Carolina residents pay ao la-staft tuition rate of only $39.00 per semester. Financial aid Is available. First semester begins August 24th. For more Intormatlon, seer1 ? Shelia Smith Stanford L. Warren Library 1201 FayettevUle Street Durham. NC 27707 Tuesdays 1-4:30 p.m. (919) 688-8027 'Denise Cathey Bragtown Branch Library 3200 Dearborn Drive Durham. NC 27704 Fridays 1-5 pjn. (919)477-6136 Elizabeth Davis Durham Co. Public Library 300 So. 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