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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, January 30, 1982, Image 2

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Baha'is Appeal To Khomeini to End A trod ties ,':' ' " . r '..-.,-.' .....-..: .. A 07 I M ' I - - -m i ' ... ' 1 ... ' 1 .. In an open letter to the f AyatoIIah Khomeini, Prime Minister Mir Hu sayn Musavi, and ; Supreme Court Presi--' dent AyatoIIah Musavi ' Ardibili, the American Baha'i community made an urgent appeal last: i week for an end to the - summary arrests and ex- - ecutions - of ,- their . beleagured . , co-' c religionists in Iran, ac ; cording to Paul Dunn, chairman : of the -Assembly of the Baha'is -. of Durham. - TYv appeal comes oni nian : authprities is as : the heals - of reliable follows: 'IT ' reports that fifteen- "Tte.Mwl ccm Baha'is, including eight mumty of the United national leaders, were States has received with executed during a recenti dismay and gner the. ninety period. This br-l shocking news of the re ings to 111 the number, cent executions of eight of local and national members of the National Baha'i leaders who havei Spintual Assembly of been executed or have the Baha'is of Iran and disappeared over the last ihe s mcmb" of two years in cities sPnt,'?al eumb,Jf .. throughout Iran. . : of the Baha'is of Tehran, Thf tvf. nr thi Iranian oiuuaii hvc nocent of any wrongdo-! ing. We join the Baha 15 of the entire world in ap- pealing to you not to allow grave injustice to: continue against ; peaceful and gentle com-1 munity and pray that the one God whom we all acknowledge may guide your steps. , A similar message was. sent to these same Ira nian, officials by the Baha'i International! Community v at the: of Iran' United Nations and by r Muslim clergy, who national Baha'i govern- regard the new religion, Zr .iT-i "7k. rn.,nAT women, anu me necessi beheve that the founder y of aimMag a worlJ Wig wxues tnrougnout as; nwwj. V""V! women, and the necessi me worm. , . ' r Since its inception in ; Iran 137 years ago, the Baha'i religion has aroused of their ' religion. government ; for the Baha'u'Uah is teffi of a lasting recent Droohet of Stoa.r k. vj..j .l the oppositioa 'His leadings abou tthe vU)cnt opposition of th ,'s fundamentalist: common foundation of.: flinjamfalist .i.-.. the world's re Ugions, he , j" -" "! "7 oneness of all races, the.- - message sent by the United States Baha'i Na tional Assembly to Ira-j already' acknowledged . the martyrdom of close, to one 7 hundred 7; in dividuals. Fourteen others, who have been abducted over a year ago.' have probably: shared the same fate. Hundreds have been im- Mrs. Mollie Huston Lee Dies 11 New Hopo Union Meeting Set For January 30-31 r Bargain Basement Se'.a zt Mt. Gilsad 1 The United Front for Brotherhood of Mount Gilead Baptist Church; 404 Dowd St., will sponsor country on charges for which no substantive evidence has ever been presented, charges that we emphatically and categorically deny. 4 'Since our Iranian co- religionists are denied all ,-! opportunity publicly to AT i).foMl t- AMr aTiiac cinl tf , Variety Program at First Calvary ' prove their innocence, A , Variety Program will the benef.ts for Shaw ' 55S University, will be held at First Calvary Baptist r.v -kww r J a Brotnernooa Bargain uasemem aaic, rnuyr fo February 5 at 5 p.m. .-..',. . 1 Installment Service at Oak Grove : Installment Services will be held at Oak Grove Free Will Baptist Church, 801 Colfax St., Sunday January 31 at 5 p.m. Rev, Lafayette Maxwell will speak. - ' ' 1 ' Rev. Z. D.. Harris is the pastor ot uaic orove Church, 131 1 Morehead Ave., Sunday, January 31 . at 4 p.m. by the Young Adults. , , i The Young Adults have pledged to raise $5,000 for Shaw University. Several Projects have been planned to aid in reaching their goal. ' Shaw Day will be Sunday, February 14. ' Mrs. Mary G. Rice is chairman of Shaw pay ac 'tivities. Ms Loviney and Ms. Gretchen Reddrick arc co-chairman of the Variety Program. First Interdenominational Fellowship Hour' The Walltown Community Churches will have its First Interdenominational Fellowship Hour of. Ser vices at Mount Olive AME Zion Church, 1515 West inalienable right publicly Club Blvd., bunday, January ii at p.m.' Kev, c. . t0 defend themselves R. Mitchell, pastor, Northside Baptist cnurcn win speak, ' behalf requesting that you instruct the relevant authorities: , I. Immediately to stop summary arrests and ex ecutions, , 2. To produce and publish documents on the . basis . of which t Baha'is have been con victed as alleged spies, r 3. To grant to Baha'is as law-abiding citizens and as a community their ' News of Bible Way The Bible Way Spirituals will sing for the Morn ing Worship, Sunday, January 31. , - Bible Way will holds its Annual Unity Sunday meeting, Sunday, January 31 at the temple, 2807 Dark Circle. Guests will be Elder Willie Lanier, District Elder Kent McDonald, the Miracle Temple CH.oirs of Fuquay and Gospel Spirituals of Creed moor. Dinner will be served in the Fellowship Hall. against malicious accusa tions and false charges. "The Iranian Baha'is have always been loyal citizens of their country. They have the deepest reverence for the spirit of Islam and are entirely in- ;Mrs. Mollie Huston Lee of 130 Nelson Street Durham died Wednes day at her home. , Prior to her retire?" ment, Mrs.. Lee was for many years librarian at the Richard B. Harrison Library in Raleigh, and was considered to have been a pioneer , in the art of bringing books, infor mation, and an oppress- ed people together. As a student at Howard University r in Washington, she worked as a student library assist , tant under the superivi:' sion : of Edward Christopher Williams, a pioneer Negro librarian. :J Mrs. Lee was the first Afro-American to receive a scholarship to study at the School of Library Service, Colum bia University. t From 1930 to. 1935, she was a librarian at Shaw University in Raleigh. At a time when no public library facilities or services were available to; Negroes in Raleigh, Mrs. Lee and a group of citizens established it a library for blacks the Richard B. Harrison Library. The late W.E.B DuBois, I! 7i CD 7 O SiSSnStSZ - Association (BapUst) will be held at the Mount - of thearo v.'w0A-Sin Btlit.a.J.i . Education decision when , MRS. LEE loomed In importancen met the librarian (Mrs. Lee at a conference in Atlanta in 1940., - She talked of her library as though it was a living en tity of vast importance. At my first sight of it I saw that it was not just a place to store books, but a mart to display them attractively 'and alluring ly. The hrtnks tnn. wrf new and recent and not- Supreme Court decision, as in the Necro library at election procedures black. ' , librarians were finally admitted into the North Carolina Library " Association. . . Funeral services will be conducted by. Father Calvin Griffin from. Saint Titus Episcopal A Church, Durham, Friday 'at 12 noon. The family rwill receive friends at . Scarborough and Hargett Memorial , "Chapel Thursday even - ing, 7-8 p.m:, following the Delta Sigma Theta I Sorority final service at r 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Lee is survived by one son, James Sumner Lee, Jr., of . Henderson and two grandsons. Interment will be in Beech wood Cemetery.. 1 Statoviido (Continued fr6rn Front) inn The theme for discussion on Saturday will be "What Baptists Believe and Why". ' ; ' On Sunday at 1 1 a.m the Annual Sermon will be preached by the president, the Rev. J.T. Foster, Jr. The Rev. A.Ti Ulston is the host pastor. .... The Family of Mrs. Daisy Hunter wishes to V thank all organizations, church auxiliaries and ' friends for the prayers, flowers, food, cards, telegrams, visits, choirs and the services k rendered during the death of their ioved one. Every kind expression of sympathy was , ; deeply appelated. May God keep you in the center of His wUL i Atlanta. . , largely the castoff leavings of the white library: So for a pittance she had worked ten years and more to renowned .build in a Southern city a, Negro sociologist and author, said of the Har rison Library: , "I had known of this I ittle ljbrary for c several " years. Twice I had visited it briefly. But this time it place where black folk ' can be led to the world's literature and made to like it and even yearn for more - ' . . : In 1934, she founded the North Carolina such as redrawing of election jurisdictions . or requirements of voter registration can only be ruled illegal if they are shown to Intentionally be' discriminatory. Proving the , "intentions" of lawmakers or .election officials is virtually im possible, said G.K. But-' terficld of the N.C. Association of Black , ' Lawyers. What matters, say the groups, is the ! results or effect of various rules which pre vent blacks from achiev ing a fair representation in the governmental councils that make laws affecting their lives. Individuals who want to support the Act were encouraged to contact their local NAACP, League . voters leaders. chapters of AFL-CIO, Women church , of or. Subscribe To The Carolina Times Call Today -682-2913 A Color Studios For AU Your Photographic Needs Top Quality tylor Photographs fWe do black Stwhltttlossla, tool) " Specialist's In Wedding Photography Set up your appointment today with a phone call DEATHS AND FUNERALS 688-1779 34$HW.MainSt. Purham fi.: :t We Welcome Your Church News 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 ; happenings. Burthey : Funeral Service &151Q Fayetteville Street Durham, NC 27707 682-0327 LICENSED FUNERAL DIRECTOR & EM BALM ER Specialty with Restorative Art and Embalming. Assisting Families with pre-funeral and post, funeral business arrangements. Providing the families with the proper and 4 dignified service. Families can choose from a variety of services. r-wi in ii w nil niyill SANDERS;, . ",Fu'nefaLServicefor. Mrs; Gertha Eliza Sanders of 305 Durham St., . Smithfield. , who died " Tuesday, February 19 at home, were held Sunday. January 24 at Str Peters Church, Smithfield, - She was the mother of Mrs. Lureather Hall of 4615 DenfieldSt Courtesy of Burthey . Funeral Service. PARKER Funeral services for An drew Parker, 59. of 106 E. Corporation St., who -died Saturday. January 23 at home, were held Wednes day, .January 27 at Holloway Funeral Chapel by Rev. Ralph N. Holloway.. Burial was In Glennview Memorial Park. . ; Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Veola Parker;- one son, Andrew Parker Jr. of Yonkers,: N. Y.: his step father. John McKoy of Yonkers. N. Y.; one step daughter. Mrs, Helen Lipscomb; one stepbrother. Hubert' Lewis; four grand-; children: two great grandchildren. . DAVIS Funeral services for Mrs. Ada E. Davis, formerly of Durham, who died Friday, January 22 at .Cumberland Hospital.. Brooklyn. 'JI.X& were' held Thursday,. January 28 af Chapel of House of Hills Inc., Funeral Home, Brooklyn. Burial was in i Forest Lawns Memorial Gardens, Wood bridge, N.J. . She attended the Danville Va. public schools and St. Augustine's College. She graduated from North Carolina Central University. Surviving are two sons, Lee A. Davis of Deep Park. Long Island. N Y. and Har rison W. Davis of Brooklyn, N.Y.; three grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Courtesy of Fisher. Funeral Parlor, Incor porated. HARRIS Funeral services for Mrs, Maude Blanche Harris, of 909 Onslow, St.. who died Tuesday, January 26 at Hillhaven Rose Manor, will be held Saturday. January 30. at 12 noon at White Rock Baptist Church by Rev, Lorenzo A. Lynch. Burial willjtt in Beechwood , Cemetery,- Surviving are her hus band, Levi Harris: one son. Levi Harris Jr of Mt. Ver non. NY; two daughters. Mrs. Mary H. Williams of Washington. DC and Mrs. Juanita H. Dawson i of Teaneck N.J.; two sisters, Mrsr Hattre Scott'Snd lWrs! Gertrude1'1 Sneed;vne brother, John Lunsford of New Yprk City: 11 grand children: 4 great grandchildren. ' The family will receive friends Friday, January 29 from 7 to 9.p.m. at Fisher Funeral Parlor. ; Arrangements were by fisher Funeral Parlor, In corporated. : x . . BRADSHER ' . Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Bradsher of 1208 N. Hyde Park Ave.', who died Sunday. January 24 at Duke Medical Center, were held Wednesday, . January 27 at Greater St Paul Bap tist Church, by Dr. W. Ts Bigelow. Burial ' was in Chestnut Grove ' Baptist Church Cemetery. Surviving are .her: hus- , band, George Bradsher Jr.; three sons. George Brad sher III of Chicago- III.. Sylvester Bradsher ' and Lmdsey Bradsher; one daughter. Mrs." Delilah Blake: one brother, Eddie Mitchell of Blanche:- two grandchildren : - one great- . grand. ' - ; ; Courtesy of Scarborough & Hargett Memorial Chapels 'and Gardens. ' STATEN 4 '.: Funeral services for Isiah Staten of 807 S.JJuke St., wled'thifrsdayi January 21 at the Veterans Administration Hospital, were held Wednesday, January 27 at Scarborough & Hargett Memorial Chapel . by Dr. Grady D. Davis, Burial was in Glennview Memorial Park. Surviving are two brothers. Sam Staten of Elberta. Ga. and Sylvester Staten of Hempstead, N. Y.; one sister. Mrs. Camilla Willis of Knoxville. Tenn.; one grandchild. : , , Courtesy of Scarborough & Hargett Memorial Chapels and Gardens. B0YSTER Funeral services tor James 0, Royster of Cleveland. Ohio, who died Sunday. January 24 in Cleveland, will be held Saturday. January 30 in Cleveland. Surviving are his wife. Mrs. Hattie Royster; one son. Reginald Royster; two daughters.. Mrs tSale Cooper and Miss Sherri Huckable; his mother. Mrs. -Brodie E. Royster of Kan ' napolis: four brothers. George T. ' Royster of Durham. William B. Royster . of Kannapolis. John F. Royster of Baltimore, Md. and Lacey Royster of Ohio? ,' one grandchild. ' I Courtesy of Fi$Mts Funeral Parlor, Incor porated. HARRIS Funeral services for Mrs. Margaret Harris of 315 E. Alston Ave., who died Tuesday January 26 at Durham County General Hospital, will be held Fri day, January 29 at St. Mark1 AME Zion Church by Rev. Howard E. Haggler. Burial will be in Beechwood Cemetery, Surviving are one son, Oliver Bernard Harris; two sisters. Ms. Gladys R. Dix on and Ms: Sarah R. Dixon; one brother, Julius Ross; one grandchild. Arrangements were by Burthey Funeral Service. McCOY Funeral services for Theodore Roosevelt McCoy of 715 Grant St., who died Sunday. January 24 at Durham County General Hospital, will be held Fri day. January 29 at St. Mark AME Zion Church by Rev. Howard E. Haggler. Burial will be in Beechwood Cemetery. He was a native of Harnett County. He worked at Railway Express for 45 years before retiring. He was a member of St. Mark AME Zion Church. SiiiL" LL i are nis wnej Mrs. Anna H, McCoy; three daughters, Mrs. Anna M. Thibodeaux of Brooklyn, N.Y.. . Mrs. Dorothy M.v Steward of Nyack, N. Y. and Mrs. Ernestine M. Jones of Chapel Hill; one son, Theodore R. McCoy Jr. of Nyack. N.Y.: 10 grandchildren; ? six great grandchildren. Courtesy of Scarborough & Hargett Memorial Chapels and Gardens. , Subscribe to The Carolina Times Call Today 692 2913 , . WORDS FOR THE : WORLD THE ANIMAL CREATION I eapUvi to mMv, 604 has glvM Imdom to mia. TM animal cannot ucapi th taw t Nttura, vrtwaai man may control I, for hi, eontaifling naturt, can rtu ibovs R. : BAHA'I WRITINGS Information: 381-2308 Scarborough & Hargett Memorial Chapels 6 Gardens FUNERAL CIP.ECTOaS ANO EMBALMERS 306 S. Roxboro - Durham, N. C. 682-1171 ; "A Dignified Service tn a Sympathetic Way" . . Burjat Protector Plan ' '-. Cw3 LICENSED STAFF ' Ermttina Scarborough Bymim ' : ,. ' UconMtfFumrtlDirtctrmamlEmbalmw v : ; J. C. "SkK?io" Scarboroagh. Ill , Uctnjed Funeral Dtrtctqr and Embtlmor ; ' ' Doup'aiC.Rty r ' Llcemtl Funeral CifKtor tad Embalmor . ' Connie B. Duntep , Ucented Funeral Clrector and Embalmar '-., , ." ' Wayne A. Ceacbntan " ' i Licensed Funeral Director and EKbataer - . Itanald H. Scarbarougb, Sr. , . Ucssttd FuneraJ Dlractor J. A. Carter licsmd Funeral Diroctor Emmet Coijwatl ' ' f - - Uun$i Funeral Diroctor ' ItpvdRi , : Ucowed Funeral Diroctor, I I I ... TILSj:::. I ' tirlulnlt Cur I Iharatlitm mm J Emiui UHth r ' wMivniy f vi uwbisiivii mini i ivpuvrif rni Jesus Christ Sinct 18S9 . 2521 Fayettevilii Street, Durham. NC , ; W.W.Eajley, Jr., Minister ' SUNDAY, JANUARY 31, 1$32 8:C3 A.M. Worship Service 9:33 A.M. Sunday School 11:C3 A.M.. ' Regular Worship Each Wednesday : I . Prayer Service 12 Noon, J Jr. Church Wednesday - 6:00 P.M I ! 1 1 I aonenjcJ 1 , - , 3137 Fayetteville'street ' ) v Ourham, North Carolina 27707 vf'r: H..(91?)682-3Z76, V ' . "Service For AH - Within The Means 0( Ad" " J Since 1M3 If Ve Didn't Servo You ; Ycti prcbibbf fsld men thtn you SHOULD hm for ywfitnerslnesdsi . r r t' V ' h v " i I & ' 1 t 1 t 1 ') . , ' "" ' 1 - f ' " r Oar Ussnsed Staff '. . : : JFUNERAL SERVICE LICENSEES . Elijah J. "Pookey" Fisher III ; Christopher T. Fisher - 1 j. . . Clyde Moore III , ' : - LICENSED FUNERAL DIRECTOR . , - . . :, JamesA.Pegram ,t oooooooooxoo (ttlptrrli FOUNDED IOC 34X FAYETTEVILLE STREET DURHAM. NORTH CAROLINA 27707 : J, SUNDAY, JANUARY 31, 1982 9:30 A.M. Church School 10:35 A.M. Worship Sermon The Pastor

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