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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, March 06, 1982, Page 2, Image 2

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2 THE CAROLINA TIMES SAT.. MARCH 6, 1982 , Teh Clack Commandments Written by Godfrey Patterson - SEEK UNITY WITH THE CREATOR We MUST seek unity with our Creator, recognizing the reality of God, as we search for the Truth, which will set us free. . ESTABLISH NEW DEFINITIONS OF MANHOOD Brothers MUST commence being real men, protecr ting our elders, setting examples for our youth, ' and no longer exploiting the weakness of our women by disrespecting and misusing the bearers and nourishers of our future. . COMMAND RESPECT AS A WOMAN Sisters MUST dress and have a decorum that com mands respect, then demand that men cease abusing you for present, short-term gratification at the expense of the future, long range objec . tives. - - TREAT YOUR BODY AS A HOLY TEMPLE We MUST treat our bodies as Temples of the Holy, and safeguard our health by consuming nutritious, life-giving food and drink, and abs-j tain from harmful, death-dealing drugs and! alcoholic beverages. - ' CULTIVATE A WHOLESOME RACE PRIDE We MUST by our everyday examples challenge our friends, relatives and associates to cultivate a (wholesome race pride which will generate warmth, love, and a spirit of community among us as a people. STRIVE FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE We MUST strive for academic excellence, not for the purpose of selfish material gain, but to prepare ourselves for a lifetime of productive ser- " vice for the advancement and elevation of our people. A. t V. DESTROY THE BARRIERS We MUST actively engage in destroying the ar- tificial barriers of political, sectional, fraternal and religious differences which so foolishly divide, and fragment our race. ' STOP LYING, GOSSIPING AND STEALING 'We MUST stop lying, gossiping and stealing, for these actions stunt the growth and develppment ; of both perpetrator and victim, thus undermin--' ing the faith and trust so desperately needed among us. INTEGRATE AND BE NON-VIOLENT WITH SELF We MUST, today, work as hard to integrate and be non-violent with ourselves, as we worked yester day to integrate and be non-violent with others. REFRAIN FROM IMITATING We MUST stop imitating the degenerate actions of a people whose world order is diametrically op posed to the legitimate aspirations of black and other oppressed peoples, and 'learn from the mistakes they have made in fashioning their now decaying civilization, as we structure A new socie ty of equity and justice. . NOTE: The Ten Black Commandments were presented at the recent annual Founders' Day observance of the African Methodist Episcopal. Church. The author is the associate minister of Metropolitan A ME Church, Washington, D.C. A unique design which bordered the Command . ments was done by George H. Smith. Rev. W. W. Easley, Jr., pastor of St. Joseph's African Methodist Episcopal Church, Durham, presented a framed copy jto the junior Church and the Young Peoples', ep d copies to each member of the group? It has been widely declaimed and many people wanted copies of it. Lpkeview Ushers Anniversary The Ushers of Lakeview Baptist Church, Dear born Drive, will observe their Anniversary, Sunday, March 14 at 6 p.m. Rev. Mayo of Shiloh Baptist Church, will speak. Burthey Funeral Service 0 Fayetteville Street urham, NC 27707 682-0327 LICENSED FUNERAL DIRECTOR & EMBALMER Specialty with Restorative Art and. Embalming. Assisting Families with pre-funeral and post funnrai business arrangements. Providing the families with the proper and .fliqnMiort service. Families cm choose from a variety of services. 11,1 ' t: " hniwJ i x . Usherjoard & First Aid Program -at Lincoln Memorial v v ,v The Usher Board and First Aid Program will be observed at Lincoln Memorial Baptist Church, 1500 S. Roxboro St., Sunday, March 7. at 6 p.m. Rev. Joshua Lassiter and the Pilgrim Baptist Church choir will be guests. . Rev. Leak at Kyles Temple -rMM Rev. Johnnie Leak will preach at Kyles Temple ;; AME Zion Church, Dunston St., Sunday, March 7 ? at 3 p.m. 5 One Day District-Conference : in Warrenton 'The One Day District Conference (District 7 Group 2) of the Woman's Baptist Home and : , Foreign Missionary Convention of North Carolina, v will be held Sunday, April 25 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Fork Chapel Baptist Church, Rte. 3, War renton, N. C. JThe theme will be: Cod Will: A Cause, A Con-, cer, A Conviction,' y :; i i Miss E. M. Stanfield is chairman; Rev. W. W. Faulcon; pastor, Fork Chapel.' World Day of Prayer at First Presbytsrlan DEATHS AND FUNERALS! ',- ...... j a ' I' fvsft if 7i KSi-'" I ' I ' J, CARTER Funeral services for James El wood Carter Sr., 67, of 2110 Concord St., who died Monday, March 1 : at Duke Medical Center, were held Wednesday, March 3 at St. Joseph s AME Church by Rev. W. W. Easley Jr. Burial was in Glennview Memorial Park. He was a native of Reidsville and a graduate of Dudley High School In Greensboro and A & T state University. He had worked in the Durham County School system with the Agricultural Farm Program after coming to Durham. At ' the time of his death he was employed at The Carolina Times as the Advertising Manager. He was a member of St. Joseph's AME Zion Church and "served as its Steward, Class Leader, Secretary of the Berean Bible Class, member of Layman's League, and representative to the Occoneechee Council of the Boy Scouts of America. He was a member of the Board of Directors of the Durham Business and Pro fessional Chain, Durham A&T $ate4Jntoer$ftfAhjrv ni Association, One 0' Clock Luncheon Group, Durham Public Relations i and Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. Surviving are his daughter, Dr. Lana T. Henderson; his mother, Mrs. Cora Carter; two grandchildren. Courtesy of Scarborough , & Hargett Memorial : Chapels and Gardens . Surviving are his wife, ' 'Mrs. Doris Fox Russell; his mother, Mrs. Beulah "RusselT; "One ; son, "Billy' Russell; two - daughters Mrs. Rose Tedder ana Mrs. Ann -r Drummond Vol Philadelphia, Pa.; one brother, Prentiss McLaughlin; five grand children. Courtesy of Scarborough Hargett Memorial Chapels and Gardens. PARKER Funeral services for Mrs. . Ila Louise Parker,48, of 606 Price Ave., who died Sunday, February 28 at home, were held Wednes day, February 3 at Union Chapel Baptist Church, Butner, by Rev. "Harold Trice. Burial was In the church cemetery. Surviving are her hus band, Thomas Reed Parker; two daughters, Miss Robin Parker and Mrs. Sandra Hackney; two sons, Phillip Parker and THomas Parker of Charlot teville, Va.; one sister, Mrs. Lillie Mae Burt; her stepmother, Mrs. Eva: Timberlake; five brothers, ; Thomas Timberlake, Ed ward Timberlake, Rev., Harold Timberlake, MRev. i Mack Timberlake, and Rev. Jesse Timberlake; four grandchildren. Arrangements were by Ellis D. Jones & Sons Funeral Home. BARBEE Funeral services for Wilbert Lee "Rooster" Barbee, 55, of 2413 Chapin St., who died Friday, February 26 ' at Duke Medical Center, were held Monday, March 1 at Mount Zion Baptist Church by Rev. Donald Q. Fozard Sr. Burial was in Beechwood Cemetery. He ' was a' native' of samara and-attentfed: .the Durham City Schools. Surviving are two sons, Jimmy Mitchell of Apex and Walter Ruffin; one daughter, Ms. Lorraine Graves; one sister, Mrs. ' Lida B. Satterwhite; one brother, Hubert C. Barbee Sr.; four grandchildren. Arrangements were by Fisher Funeral Parlor, Incorporated. by Rev. Lorenzo A.' Lynch. Burial .was in Beechwood Cemetery. " ' ' She was a " member - of White Rock Baptist Church.' sisters, Mrs. Theodora Rivers, Mrs. Roberta Wilson, Mrs. Gwendolyn Hunt and Miss Georgette McClain; two stepsisters, A Meditation in Song and Dance on Peace and Unity will be presented at First Presbyterian Church, by Associate Minister Ms. Carter Shelly Smith as World Day of Prayer will be observed on Friday, March 5 at 10:30 a.m. She will be assisted in tnei srjecial meditation bv Ms. Sylvia Liestman, soloist, 1- and Ms. Kathryn Cain, pianist. . ' ' P Also .participating in the service will be Mrs. c cui .r Dnrlr Rentier Church: : Mrs. Louise Ervin of Duke Memorial uniteq Methodist , Church; and Mrs. Adele Butts of St. .Titus Episcopal Church. . t ' The Women of the Church of First Presbyterian -will $ive a fellowship coffee at 10 a.m. , - . World Day of Prayer is the first of the three inter national celebrations which Church Women United' sponsqr each year in Durham. ' Survtvina are one sister. ' Mrs. Patricia Charles and Mrs. Nellie G. Sams; two Miss Delores Johnson; one UiuintJid, udinca n. uiavca uiuuioi, nuuon uuumoum, and Joseph Graves. y , Arrangements were by Fisher Funeral Parlor, In corporated SNIPES Funeral services for Mrs. Viola McKinzie Snipes, of 1306 Heartside St., who died Tuesday, March 2 at home', will be held Sunday, March 7 at 2:30 p.m. in Laurinburg, N.C. Surviving are one sons, : Haywood McKinzie of Laurinburg; seven sisters, Mrs. Cora Brown of - Durham, Mrs. Annie Lucille McKinzie,. Mrs. Machrina Blue, Mrs. Lillie Brown and Mrs. Rosa Lee Flowers, all of Laurinburg, and Mrs. Betty Whitehall of Staten Island, N. Y.;two brothers, Henry McKinzie of Washington, D. C. and Alexander McKinzie of New York. The family will receive, friends Saturday, March 6 from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Fisher Funeral Parlor. Arrangements are by Fisher Funeral Parlor, In corporated. SNIPES Funeral services for Mrs." ' Henrietta Snipes, who died Tuesday, March 2 at Durham County General Hospital, will be held Fri day, March 5 at 3 p.m. at Mount Vernon Baptist! Church by Rev. Percy L. High. Burial will be in Glennview Memorial Park. Arrangements were by Fisher Funeral Parlor, In , corporated. one steporotner Hicnara Johnson; his grandfather, Henry McClain. " -Courtesy of Scarborough & Hargett Memorial Chapels and Gardens. MARTIN Funeral services for Mrs. Lillie Mae Martin, 68. who died Thursday, February 25, were held Tuesday, March 2 at Scarborough & Hargett Memorial Chapel by Rev. Randy Graham. Burial was in Glennview Memorial Park. She was a native of Rockingham. Courtesy of Scarborough & Hargett Memorial Chapels and Gardens. "if a J ."? ,. J ml - I I 1 il r r a RUSSELL Funeral services for Bishop John Russell Jr., of 2709 Owen St., who died Sunday, February 28, were held Thursday, February 4 at Bible Way Apostolic Tem ple by Bishop R. 0. Doub. 3urial was in Beechwood Cemetery. Bishop Russell, a native of Durham, attended Shaw University. He was pastor and founder of Bible Way Apostolic Temple and bishop of Miracle Temple in Fuquay-Varina. He was also bishop of Open Door Apostolic Church, Winston Salem, and founded mis sions In Creedmoor and Stem. Russell was pastor of Shiloh Holiness Church under the leadership of Bishop R. 0. Doub of Philadelphia, Pa. He worked at American Tobacco Co. for 28 years D 5A7,at DavJ M are one Mary Ratliff one son one sister, Addison of CAIN Funeral services for Mrs. Victoria Graves Cain, of 106 W. Chestnut St., who died Saturday, February 27 at Duke Medical Center, were held Thursday, March McCLAIN Funeral services for Wilson McClain, who died Tuesday, February 23 at the Veterans Administration Hospital, were' held at Union Baptist Church by Rev. N. B. Sanders. Burial was in National Cemetery, Raleigh. He was a native of Durham and served 23 years in the U. S. Army."' Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Willie V. McClain; four daughters, Ms. Tywanda McClain, Ms. Tanya McClain, Ms. Bever ly McClain, and Ms. Tracy McClain; his mother, Mrs. Bessie L. Cousin; his step- rsTv jTsYpwamT"! CHURCH 4 at Mna!iS' ChUfCh Jatner- JosePh Cousln: tour Scarborough & Hargett Memorial Chapels ; & Gardens FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 306S. Roxboro Durham, N. C. 682-1171 "A Dignified Service in a Sympathetic Way" Burial Protector Plan OUR LICENSED STAFF - Ernestine Scarborough Bynum Licensed Funeral Directress and Embatmer J. C. "Skeepie" Scarborough. Ill licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer 9 Ronald H. Scarborough. Sr. I J. A. Carter -1 Cfflrnett Caldwell ? UoydByas v , . . (..,, c ! i i . . . l '! I! Licensed Funeral Director t Licensed Funeral Director I Licensed Funeral Director f ;' Licensed Funeral Okvim x 1 Douglas C. Ray Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer Connie B. Dunlap Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer ' ' Wayne A. Coachman Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer Striving For Liberation and Freedom With Jesus Christ Since 1869 2521 Fayetteville S.reet, Durham. NC W. W. Easley, Jr.. Minister SUNDAY. MARCH 7, 1982 8:00 A.M. Worship Service 9:30 A.M. Sunday School 11:00 A.M. Regular Worship Each Wednesday Prayer Service 12 Noon Jr. Church - Wednesday - 6:00 P.M. . J ALLEN Funeral services for Mrs, Aiinis Leigh Hargrove Allen, 78. A of, 30-H Ridgeway Ave., who died Wednesday March 3 at Duke Medical Center, Will be held Sunday,, Mar,' Baptist cnurcn oy Hev. Lorenzo A. Lynch. Burial will be in Beechwood Cemetery. Surviving daughter, Mrs Richardson; William Allen; Mrs. Mattie New York; one brother, Burnest Hargrove of Washington, D. C; seven grandchildren; 11 great grandchildren. The family will receive friends Saturday, March 6 from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. at White Rock Baptist Church. Arrangements were by Fisher Funeral Parlor, In corporated. ADAMS Funeral services for Thornie "Slim" Adams, 52, who died Wednesday, February 24, were held Sunday, February 28 at Scarborough & Hargett Memorial Chapel .by Rev. ' Essex Fields. Burial was In Glennview Memorial Park. He was a native of Durham and attended the Durham County Schools. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Helen Adams; one daughter, Mrs. Debrah F. Perry; three stepchildren, Mrs. Jacqueline Helms; Roderick McDougald, and Reginald Ellis of Germany; two sisters; Mrs,.' Mary Williams and Mrs. Gordon Ferrals of Brooklyn, N. Y.; six grandchildren. ' . Courtesy of Scarborough cV Hargett Memorial Chapels and Gardens. WALLER Funeral services for Cor nelius Joseph Waller of 506 Massey Ave., who died Monday, March 1, at Duke Medical Center, will beheld Friday, March 5 at 3 p.m. at White Rock Baptist Church by Rev. C. L. Dunstan. Burial will be in Glennview Memorial Park; Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Annie Evans Waller; six daughters, Mrs. Con stance Self, MRs. Portia,. Nicholson, Miss Belitha Pearl Waller, Miss Beverly . Waller, Miss Arnette Loveie Waller of Washington, D.C. and Mrs. Cherrie Crut chfield of El Paso, Texas; three sons, Donnie Waller, Cornelius Waller and Oeryle Waller; two brothers. Fred Waller of Norfolk, Va. and Clarence Waller; one sister, Mrs. Annie Mae Lewis of Washington. D. C, height grandchildren. Courtesy of Scarborough & Hargett Memorial Chapels and Gardens. LAWS Funeral services for Mrs. Adeline Johnson Laws, 89, who died Thursday, February 25 at Duke Medical Center, were held i Monday, March 1 at Ledge Rock Baptist Church, Wake County, by Rev. B. V. Alston. Burial was in Glen nview Memorial Park. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Hallie Mae ; mompson ana Mr?., argorie Henderson; two sons, Bud Laws and Morris Laws of Chapel Hill; two sisters, Mrs. Rosa Bell Johnson of New York and Ms. Mozell Beck of New York; 27 grandchildren; 53 great-grandchildren; four great-great grandchildren. Courtesy of Scarborough & Hargett Memorial Chapels and Gardens. STREET Charles Lewis Street of 612 N. Queen St., died Monday, March 1 at the Veterans ' Administration Hospital. Funeral ar rangements were in complete at press time. Surviving are one son, Charles L. Street Jr. of Chicago, III.; one sister, Mrs. Cecelia Fullenwelder of Peakskill, N.Y. Arrangements were by Ellis D. Jones & Sons Funeral Home. Dial 682-2913 For News Service - 4 W w i CARTER Funeral services for James E. "Buster" Carter Jr., who died Friday,: February 19 in Honolulu,; Hawaii, were held Sunday,' February 28 at St.' Joseph's AME Church by Rev. W. W. Easley Jr. Burial was in Glennview Memorial Park. He was a native of Durham. He received his undergraduate degree from Hampton Institute. He had studied at Bowling Green University. For the past four years he was field engineer for WRC-; NBC in Washington, D.C. He had worked with NBC affiliates Channel 28 in Durham and Channel 6 in Wilmington. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Juanita Edwards Carter; his father, James. Elwood Carter Sr.; one sister, Dr. Lana T. Hender son; his grandmother, Mrs. Cora Carter. REED v Funeral SB,ryices,for, Mrs, Mary Alice eed .of. 16 Chestnut St., who died Tuesday, March 2 at- Duke Medical Center, will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at Scar borough & Hargett Memorial Chapel by Rev. W. McMillian. Burial will be in Carolina Bible Gardens, Raleigh. Surviving is one brother, Latta Smith of Raleigh. Courtesy of Scarborough & Hargett Memorial Chapels and Gardens,, w WORDS FOR THE WORLD THE SOURCE OF COURAGE and power is the promotion ol the Word ot God. and stead fastness In His love. BAHA'I WRITINGS Information: 383-2306 i . 1 $bipx kstril txft, u. 3137 Fayetteville Street Durham, North Carolina 27707 (919)682-3276 "Service For All - Within The Means Of AH" Since 1963 -WE CARE- If We Didn't Serve You You pnbibly paid more thin you SHOULD have lor your Itinera! needs. Our Licensed Staff FUNERAL SERVICE LICENSEES Elijah J, "Pookey" Fisher 111 Christopher T. Fisher ' , Clyde Moore HI LICENSEO FUNERAL DIRECTOR Jaifles-A. Pegram . 0 i tfifc Sarft Btuiflat X Ctjitnlt FOUNDED 1666 3400 FAYETTEVILLE STREET DURHAM. NORTH CAROLINA 27707 SUN DAY; MARCH 7, 1982 9:30 A.M. Church School Worship 10:55 A.M. Sermon The Pastor 0 0 4 V I

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