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By Mrs, Syminer Day
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Parker and daughters of"
Bahama spent the weekend with Mr, and Mrs.y
Quinton Dogger of Jacksonville, September 4 and5 :
on Sunday they attended the James and Pickett ;.
; family reunion at Maple Hill
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A surprise birthday party was given for Mrs. .;
Patricia Hamlet Torain on Saturday evening at the J
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Hamlet in
Rougemont The party was given by her parents,
sisters and brothers. Mrs. Torain received lots of.
lovely gifts. ''.. :
Happy birthday, to Master Kevin Jermain Lewis
in Fayetteville, Mrs. Patricia Torain,1 Miss Sandra
Hamlet, Kelly Hamlet, Jr., Kirk Reams, Shawn
. Anderson, Mrs. Emily Anderson and Sam Gaddy.
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Pray for the sick and shut-in.' Do 'something to.
make them feel good: Mmes., Pearl Foskey, Estelle
Nixon, Ella Marigum, AnnieMyers, Hattie Parrish,
Oeorgianna Ray Annie Strickland, Callie Glenn,
Yersie Harris. C. Holeman, Mary Adams, Mickey
Stewart, Quennie Jacobs, Kathy Balalvado, Mickie
Stewart and Ms. Sadie Tilley;
Messers.. Broadie Daye, W.A. Harris, Nathan ,
Green, Jrry Turrentine, Irry (Doc) Long,,
Marcellus Parker, Maynard Lyons, Hosea Moore;
and Lucious Glenn. " i
Sympathy is extended to the" families of Mrs. !
Margaret Stone Meeks, Mrs. Viola Williams Bland,
Mrs. Matilda H. Jenkins, Mrs. Roy, Mrs. Cleo
Hailey and Mrs. Ina Yancey.
Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Hedgpeth and Mrs. Louise
Perry, all of Maryland, ;motored to Bahama where
they visited her mother and sister, Mrs. Margaret J.
Parker and Miss Vivian Parker. Mrs. Perry visited
her mother, Mrs. Virginia Kenion and brothers! Ed
die Rpllin and Barrymore Kenion in Durham! The
Hegeneths also visited his sister and relatives. V
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Thtf Mill Grove Betterment Council League, Inc.,;
held its picnic on Saturday afternoon, September'
12, at Eno Park. j
y': Gardeners At b tanical
1 Garden Open House
: Members of La Petite Garden Club enjoyed in
teresting and informative activities at the N,C t
Botanical Garden Open House September 7. '.
v Among the many attractions were: A demonstra-'
tion on the use of antique tools by Roy Underbill, a
master woodwright of Williamsburg and host of a
TV series; a collection of evergreen and deciduous,
miniatures, groves and cascades exhibited by the
; Bonsai Society; Mrs. Ruth Ross was on hand during
the day to demonstrate flower arranging tefchni
ques. Charlie Hubbard and Toby Bost; recognized
gardening experts, were available to answer ques.
tions on gardening problems. ;:-;-:U.y f
'Other1 outstanding observations werei. herb ex
hibit, wild flower propagation exhibit, vegetable
and flower display and resources for planning land
scape designs using native, low maintenance and
edible plants. .
Gardeners especially enjoyed plant drawings on
the nature trail where hundreds of exotic plants
were given away every hour on the hour. Entertain
ment was provided by local musicians and the Cane
Creek Cloggers. Fresh pressed cider was served
from the antique press.
Gardeners were impressed with the variety of ac
tivities and were inspired to improve their gardening
FATHER DANIEL BERRIGAN, anti-war and
anti-nuclear activist, writer, poet, and "Plowshares
Eight" Defendant, will speak in the Triangle Area
and Greensboro on September 29 and 30, spon
sored by the Greensboro Justice Fund.
On Tuesday, September 29, Father Berrigan will
speak at 12 noon at Stewart Theatre, NCSU,
Raleigh; and at 8 p.m. at Memorial Hall, UNC
On Wednesday, September 30, he will speak at
Duke Chapel in Durham at 12:15 p.m.; and at
Founders Hall, Guilford College, Greensboro at
Donations of ,$3 are requested frorn non-students
for the Memorial Hall appearance, $1 for students.
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RETIRES Calvin, United States Merchant
E. Hemingway of Marines, and is a
Durham. retired member of the
September 3 from the
United States Merchant
Marines after 37 years of
service. He sailed as a
Marine Engineer for
American Export Lines
and Farrell Lines for the
past seventeen years. He
holds a Chief Engineer's
license of steam vessels
of any horsepower in the
Brotherhood of Marine
has sailed in various
capacities as a ' Marine
Engineer and has travel
ed to Africa, ' South
Europe, Asia and many
islands during the course
of his career.
SAT., SEPTE"S3 12, 1231 TK CAT.CLTCA T'IS-S
lis. AHison Sv;crn As
TJcmb:r Of H.C. C:r
Mi. Karen ' Mkhele .
Allison, : a Durham
native, was sworn in
. recently as a member of
the North Carolina Bar.
She received the Juris
Doctor degree in May,
.1981, from North
Carolina Central Univer
sity School oT Law. She
Successfully passed the
1981 N.C. Bar Examina
tion to become a licensed
attorney in this state.
Ms. Allison graduated
from the University of
North Carolina at
Chapel Hill in 1978,
receiving a Bachelor of.
Arts degree in English.
-While there, she par- '
ticipated in .many, ex
among which were Delta
Sigma Theta Sorority,
Inc., UNC-CH Court
and a staff writer for the
As a law student at
NCCU, Ms. Allison was
a recipient of the Mary
Award, First Year Intra
School Moot Court
Student Bar Association
award for Outstanding
Leadership and Con
tribution, and the
Achievement Award in
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She also served as a
member of the Law
Journal, chairman of the
Moot Court Board.
chairman of the Law
Day Committee and
clerk of Phi Alpha Delta
; Legal Fraternity.
Ms. Allison served as
an intern with the Na
tional Labor Relations
Board during the sum
mer of 1980, and as an
intern at the American
Can Company during
the summers of 1978 and
She is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. F.V.
Allison, Jr., and the
granddaughter of Mrs.
Bernice H. Ingram of
Durham annd Mrs.
Elizabeth Allison of Em
ByMts. T.H. Kinney
;A bicycle rodeo will be held Sept. 26 at Sears
parking lot at Cross Creek Mall. Tricyles age group
is 3 through 6 Bicycle categories will be 6 through
9, 10 through 12, and 13 through 14.
Bicycle inspection and registration and a riding
Senior Citizens club
groups, joined by Senior
Aides and UNC School
of Social Work students,
at their September
meeting heard an up
dated report on the
Social Security Amend
ments by Ms. Mary
Anne , Reavis, ad
ministrative assistant to
Congressman "Ike" An
drews. Howard Sherman,
chairman of the Round
table gave a brief
of the act which was
originally passed in 1935.
Amendments to the act
have been passed, during
jhe ensuing years; These
. clrilla tMf ivill affnrd each rider with natches. reflec-
Cumberland County Parks and Recreation Depart
ments and the Fayetteville Police Department.
Council IV, Blue Ridge Region, International1
Toastmistress Clubs, held a day-long meeting at
Eutaw Center Mini-Mall Saturday.
Presidents, delegates and others represented and
shared greetings from the following clubs:.
Carolina, Edifice, La Madrinna, Les Parlantes,:
Pegasus, Johnston Skyway and Triangle Cities.
Workshops were conducted and evaluated. The
ITC delegate made an interesting report on the ITC
Convention which was held in Atlanta. Lunch was .
tasty, delicious and a gracious plenty. While dining,
everyone seemed to have presented an image of con
cern and better understanding.
The officers and committee members of Union
Baptist Church met Saturday mprnihg at Mount
Calvary Church on Doc Bennett Road. The Rev.
John D. Fuller presided.
Dr. C.R. Edwards conducted the 4 p.rh.v service
Sunday as Friendship Baptist Church celebrated its
Rev. Thomas Ford of Parks Chapel Church was
the Ushers' speaker on Sunday afternoon at St.
Luke AME Church.
Elder Juanita Jenkins was the guest speaker at
Parks Chapel on Sunday evening.
Each week night service will begin at 8 p.m
Praise Temple Church.
Fort Bragg Youth Activities held an Open House
on Saturday at the Youth Center for all military
personnel and civilian employees and their families.
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The United Methodist Women in the Fayetteville
District held a 'spiritual enrichment retreat at Grace
United Methodist Church on Sept. 16. Dr. Robert
Young, Duke University Chapel minister, was in
Many choirs shared in the singing for the 19th an
niversary celebration of the John Wesley Gospel
Church Choir. . ' V
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You can now purchase your-tickets for the all-
you-can-eat pig pickin' id variety show scheduled
for October 1 at 8 p.m.
Fayetteville Technical Institute, in cooperation
with the Cumberland County Coordinating Council
on Older Adults, will conduct a 72hour course en
titled "Homemaker Home Health Aide'' beginning ;
September 28. It will cover the areas of instruction
on basic first aid, CPR, vital signs, nutrition, home
nursing, fire safety, transfer and safety.
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Morris C. Bethea, president of Bethea Insurance
Company, is chairman for Business Division B,
with a quota of $750. Bethea is a board member of
United National Bank . and president of the
Cumberland County Federal Credit Union.
Mrs. Amanda Murphey, 63, of 621 Hubbard St.,
was funeralized Friday afternoon at Murphey 's
Chapel Church. Bishoo J.C. Brvant officiated. She
was the founder of the church. Sincere sympathy, is .crease was opposed by a
extended to her husband. Melvin Murohev. hertwo substantial number who
daughters and four brothers. ; testified at the hearing.
crease in the groups to be
covered. The present ad
ministration has made
changes in the act by
passing the comprehen:
sive Budget Reconcilia
Congress is expected
to take further action as
evidenced in the Recon
ciliation Bill. In order to
become law, a similar
bill would have to be
passed by the Senate.
A resolution, directed
to Senators Helms and
East was unanimously
passed at the meeting, as
"We citizens of
Durham in attendance at
the September meeting
of the Roundtable of
but respectfully request
that you support
reinstatement of the $122
minimum social security
payment. We understand
it has already passed the ,
House of Represen
tatives by a substantial
Mrs. Reavis reviewed
the changes made by
Congress related to
retirees benefits. Lump
sum death benefits will
only be paid to a surviv
ing spouse or child. New
applicant's change keeps
the age of 72 as the time
when there is no limit in
earnings without penal
She assured the group
that no changes are an
ticipated to reduce the
amount being received
currently. However, it is
expected that the yearly
increases which have
been based on the Con
sumer Price Index would
not be as high because of
using another index,
Questions from the
audience pinpointed inv
dividual problems which
Mrs Reavis addressed
by inviting persons to
contact her at the
Research Triangle office
of the congressman.
The meeting conclud
ed with a report by Sam
Reed of the Public Hear
ing before the State
Utilities Commission of
the Duke Power rate in
crease request. He
reported that ' the in-
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