The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, March 06, 1982, Page 4, Image 4
4-TKEUT.SUSA TIKES SAT., MARCH 6, 198? . j N ., lit.... ' ; I. M ; i - t t -h :' 3 nV ; , 'i--; 'J : ! 'Kir . v&' : i waiiahi i Fayetteville Happenings - . By Mrs. TM. Kinney. Mondale Meets Durham Notables p. Former Vice President Walter Mondale visited with a group of black business and political notables i Durham this week at North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company. Pictured above are (I-r) Benjamin Ruffin, special assistant to Governor Hunt; Mondale, W.J. Kennedy, III, president and chairman of North Carolina Mutual; and John S. Stewart, former president of Mutual Savings and Loan Association. ERA Could be the most important letters in your future. Get the acts on Individual Retirement Accounts, as well as our other banking services, from the bank Where You're Somebody Special! MECHANICS &3 AKMbiO bank 116 West Parrish Street ' MEMBER FDIC 615 Fayetteville Street '.411 E. Chapel Hill Street, Ms. Paris Ann Moore, third grade teacher at Ramsey Street Elementary School, is one of seven finalists in competition for the Terry Sanford Award: Ms. Moore was nominated for the award by the Fayetteville Unit of ,the North Carolina Association of Educators and y" selected in preliminary competition to represent NCAE,'s District 10. The seven finalists were selected from 54 nominees across the state. The terry Sanford Award winner will be selected during the state con vention in the Charlotte Civic Center March 25-27. The winner will receive a $500 honorarium and a bronze plaque. The award was begun in 1966 as a tribute to the former governor for his outstanding support of public education. The Fayetteville State University Community Chorus will rehearse for its spring concert beginn ing at 3:30 p.m. in the Rosenthal Building on the campus. " , . The Fayetteville Observer-Times presented an in teresting article entitled A Black Heritage Land mark: Its Seed, Soil And Harvest". The article featured facts about Charles W. Chestnutt, the Howard School - Fayetteville State University. Members of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., are presenting their 29th annual "Blue Revue" this week in Vyomen's Gymnasium at Fayetteville State University. One of the debutantes will be crowned "Miss Blue Revue 1982". . The Kappas and guests enjoyed their "Winter Formal" Saturday night at Officers' Club, Fort Bragg. The Crommarties traveled to Atlanta last weekend visiting relatives. While there, they attend ed a show featuring Eartha Kitt. The family had a safe return. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harris announce the engage ment of their daughter, Judith Ann, to Clifford Mark Roderiques of Fort Bragg. The wedding is planned for May 8 in John Wesley United Methodist Church. " The briderelect is a graduate of E.E. Smith Senior High School and Oak Ridge Technical Institute in Orlando, Fla. She is currently employed as a recep tionist with a local law firm. The prospective bridegroom is the, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Roderiques of Scituate, Mass. He is a graduate of South Shore Vocational Technical High School in Scituate. He is currently serving in the U.S. Army at Fort Bragg in the 82nd Airborne Divi sion. Ms. Denise Alfreda Murchison of Spring Lake and Jackie Louis Payton of Fort Bragg were mar ried Saturday afternoon in Bethel AME Zion Church. The" Rev. E.J. Alston officiated at the ; ceremony. - ' , , The bride is the daughter of Mr., and Mrs. James Murchison of Spring LaKe. i ne Dnuegroum u u son Of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Payton of Greenville. ' ' ; The bride's parents hosted a reception following the ceremony. . ; v . 'u ! The bride holds a degree in music from North Carolina A&T State University. She is a candidate for a master's degree in music trom me umvcruiy of North Carolina-Greensboro. She is, employed with the Cumberland County School System. ;,v TVifl Virirlpornnm ic A Oraduate of Rose High School in Greenville and is currently serving in the U.S. Army at Fort Bragg. ' The couple will live in Spring Lake. Happy birthday Anniversary to Mrs. Yvonne Coleman, Mrs. Elmarene Greene, Ms. Sharon Hatv rison and Richard Moore. ' The NAACP met Sunday afternoon at Gillespie Street Library. . Ms. L.P. shared her day Saturday. Dinner was enjoyed by all who wanted to come and eat. The morning worship service at First Baptist hurch featured the Youth on last Sunday. More Announcements TUa rturViam Cor-1 inn nf th Natinnnl PminrH of l 1 IV iui llttlll UVVUVll W W . ------ - & . .... i . . r i ' i n n -! . ricgru vyuihch wui iiicci ai riinc ran uaiui . Church at 3 p.m., Sunday, March 7. New members are welcome. . : The Shiloh and Morrisville Branch of the ; NAACP will hold its monthly meeting Sunday, March 7, at 1 p.m., at Hatchet Grove. Baptist ; Church, Morrisville. 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Raleigh Crabtree Valley Mall Phone , 782-6800 Rocky Mt. 128 North Church St. Phone t 442-3131 Goldsboro Greenville Jacksonville 703 Berkley Road Phone - 778-0200 Carolina -East Mall Phone 756-9700 : New River Shopping Center , Phone ' 347-2171 League 1 Urges Relief . For Hatians PALM 'BEACH, FL. : . TIia AnrLnpfamattAn iiiv i uiu wiHiiiiiityii League of B'nai B'rith L- I . I- - . . nas uicu me ciiatiiuciu of federal legislation that would "promptly decide the fate of thousands of Haitians seeking asylum in this country. In a resolution adopted at ADL's Na tional Executive Com mittee meeting at The Breakers hotel recently, the agency- said the Hai tian situation points up the inadequacy of ex isting immigration law. . "The resolution urged "on humanitarian ornnnftc th vtAr1itiMie enactment of legislation to provide that the status pf those who seek! ' asylum in the United 1 ' C.t.. U- .1.. J . minpH in a manner uht.h ' ......V. ... M UIHIUIV1 TTIJI1VII is timelv. fair, evenhand- ed and humane." The League further 'urged that the cost of dealing with the problem be ab sorbed by the federal , government and not ; locally. The resolution was in troduced by Richard Essen of Miami, a " member of the National . Executive Committee and of ADL's Florida Regional Board. Essen, with other Florida leaders, had visited the ;Krome Avenue camp in ? Miami. ; He said "the facility is 'clean, medical and den tal care is adequate jbut it is overcrowded, 'people want their ; freedom and the camp should be closed." ADL is particularly sensitive to the plight of, the Haitian refugees because , Jews, themselves, have been refugees all too frequent ly throuEhout historv. he said. ' R.E.Page PLUMBING SERVICE 682-1605 Daily 6:30-8:30 A.M. and After 4 p.m.