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' SATURSAY, MAY 23, 1S32-TKE CAT.CLTJA KVIZ-I
Durham Alumnae Chapter
V ' Initiates 31 New Deltas
Thirty-one icw members were recratlj iziL'xtee
into the I)nrfcam Alomoae Chapter of De!U Csi
Theta Sorority Inc. Tbe orleatation period eroriS
,ed u opportnnity for the eaadldates to ssare fa
'Delta'i pibllc service projects, including ttroaj
response to the recent Loa Rawls telethon la tap
port of the United Negro CoCege Fond, Health
I Awareness at local malls, weekly tutorials at the
. v sorority's Life Development Center, and planned
activities for local nursing homes. A special loaf
range project, Initiated by the candidates, to assist
area incarcerated yonths is now underway. Ms. Bet
ty Blackmon is president of the Durham Alumnae
Chapter; Ms. Mndy Stone is vice president and
. dean of pledgees; and Ms. Helen Hndsoa is assis
tant dean of pledgees. R
! New members (Front row, l-r) are: LuAnn
; Edmonds-Harris, Barbara Porter, Annette Glover,
Pamela Evans, Dorothy Brower, Kathy Richard
son, Arlana Lattimore, Ruth Coleman; (second
row): Janetta Steele, Dorothy Aden, Deborah
Steele, Barbara Terry, Sylvia Mason, Jenny Hor
ton, Tijuana Moore; (third row) - Alyce Uttle,
Deborah WUIiams, Eunice O'Neal, Afredia Carter
Colins, Oriel Diliard, Desretta McAllister-Harper,
(fourth row) Sheliah Elliott, Grace Justice, Rita
Davis, Gertie Tatam; (Hfth row) Bertha Jordan,
Edith Allen, Dlawanette Hill, Rosanna Blake, Max
ine Fitts. Not shown is Mary Rebecca Peterson.
A Thrift and Bake Sale will be conducted by the
Usher Board of Covenant United Presbyterian
Church, Saturday, June S, 10 a.m. 2 p.m., corner
of Lincoln Street and Linwood Avenue. Clothes for
all ages and a variety of baked goods.
The Carolina Times
Daughters Of Isis - .
To Aid American Cancer Society Project
Call 682-2913 Today
A statewide, joint pro- Carolina. " Directress and '''Program
ject' with the Daughters The collaboration bet-i Coordinator for this na
of Jjsis and the American ween these two organiza-; ;tional project with the
Cancer Society wav of-' lions was. announced at : American Cancer Socic-
ficially .; ;" launched on the Daughters ol Isis Na
tional Convention held
this past summer in
Washington, , D C.
"Throueh the ACS Divi
sions, it is our intention
Saturday May zz, in
'Raleigh. Isis Court
' Representatives from
; across the stale were in
: attendance . as were
American Cancer Socie- . to rcacb ihc grass roots
ty volunteers and staff.- "people of our nation.
ine mcciing pruviucu,
orientation to the educa
tion, service, and fund
raising programs of the
American Cancer SK'ic
ty as; well a a renewed:
commitment to meeting
the challenge of cancer
Our Ihrust will be lo in
crease; cancer awareness
among '.blacks and lo;
demonstrate 'l he need for!
their .eommitmcnt as!
AC,S vol untccrs." said
lit. Gloria Ramsey of
High i Point. Daughter
ly, "This is a mission wc
must accomplish because
of the pride of our
heritage, hope Tor the
future, and a sense of
our concern that will br-ing-u.s
closer together as
a race 'from this most
among macks. n wonn Kamscv ts.inc imperial
A i-in trio PhonnQlInk5 C
rlvJCl I4lja i I -JL-1 iuiiuui nil
Here in North
Carolina there arc six
teen courts of the
Daughters of Isis. "Hav
ing one of. the larger
number, of courts gives
Scholarships To Seniors
us a special sense of pur
pose to accomplish the
national goal." said' Dt.
Betty Parham of
Durham who is serving
as Deputy Imperial
Directress for this pro
ject in the stale.
The courts in North
Carolina are located in
the counties of Bun
Craven, Pitt, Robeson,
Vance, ; Wake, and
Wayne. "The Daughters
in North Carolina stand'
ready to assist arid,
become involved locally
with the ACS on this life
saving project," said Dt.
tion of the plans that
Twere mad? Saturdav will v
diiyn on. the- local level- t
111:111 C1VVUV, MIC UUULU.-
day included a presenta
tion bv Dr. Charles A.
Cook, Chief of the
Health Assurance Sec
tion of the Department
Study II were also in
cluded. Roger O'Quinn,
executive vice president
of the North Carolina
of Human Resources on Division, American
the disease of cancer. Cancer Society, gave
Presentations on the some closing remarks on
Educational and Fund- the need for the
raising Crusade, Public Daughters to become ac
Education, Service and-tivc volunteers in the
Rehabilitation, and the fiuht auainst cancer.
For Complimentary" g:
Facial or Interview vi
Call: (919) 489-2426:
The meeting on Satur-
. D(aye. cotk
1 Professional fleauty Consultant '
3703 Erwin Road Durham, NC 27705
G.A.L.'S trayel agency, inc.
presents an offer for
Sept. 20 thru Sept. 23
$256.00 PER PERSON
3 nights in Knoxville, TN.
2 days admission to Fair
Trip Cancellation Ins.
Services of Experienced Escorts
FOR INFORMATION & RESERVATIONS
Call 682-3185 or 596-7100
618 Bernice Street Durham. N.C. 27703
; ICC MC-1 30304
North Carolina Ccn
rttal University has
iSanccllor's , Scholar
3ftfps to high, school
:3niors who will enter 1 he
;inuvcrsity as freshmen in
:t&igust. '., ' -
&holarships arc valued
Hat:$2,00() for four, years
SiEstudy for residents of
North Carolina, arkl at
:.M,(XX) for four ycart of
, study for out-of-sratc
residents. Students will
- receive $5(X) and $1,000
fitnnuallyv' and the","
scholarships : arc .
: The scholarships are'
: awarded exclusively on
-fiJie basis of academic
;tlent and potential,;
" without consideration of
. financial need.
": : Scholarship winners
, .arc as follows:
1; ' Ms. Vickie Di Banks.
i Route 2, Elizabeth City,
:a senior at N9rtheastcrn
High School, Elizabeth
. Derek l.amont Ben
nett. 430 East Sixth
street, Burlington, a
senior -ai Waller M.
Williams 'High School.
Kenneth E, Brown.
6 1 9. Holly Street. Burl
ington, a senior at Hugh
M. Ciimtnings High
School. Burlingtbn; ;
Ms. Angela M. Byrd,
Halifax,, a senior at
Weldon High : School,
Calvin C. Daniels, 137
Garden Street.; Tcaneck
N.J., a senior at
Paramus Catholic Boys
High School, Paramus,"
Ms. . Allison A.
Garner, -, Route ' I.
Garysburg. ' N.C, a
senior at Gaston Junior
Senior High School,
Ms . Yolanda v A.
N.C, a senior at Colum
bia High School. Colunir .
Ms. Sophia R. Kenan.
Route I. Chinquapin.
N.C. a senior at Easti
Duplin High School.
julayillc. N.C.'; :
chcll. Route I.
Timbcrlake, a senior, at
Person High School.;
Roxboro. , U
Spurgeon Dallas Sim
mons, 901 Brandon
i Road, Durham, a senior1
i at Jordan High School,
K Durham. .
Stephen B. Spellman,
10 Clinton Street,
I Brooklyn, New York, a
I senior at John Jay High
The awards were made
by the NCCU Office of
Admissions and an
nounced by Chancellor
Albert N, Whiting.
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