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2 THE CAROLINA TIMES-SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1982
Homecoming at Mt. Calvary
Mount Calvary United Church of Christ, 17 tS
Athens Ave., will observe its Homecoming, Sun-;
day,. August 22 at 1 1 a.m. . Rev. J. C. Check,
pastor, will preach., . .r.-. "
Rev. Allen D. Terrell. Pastor. St . Stephens AMR
Church, l iberty, will preach at 4 p.m. . j .
Revival Services will be held beginning Monday.
August 23 with the Rev, V. S. Thompson, pastor.
- First Calvary Baptist Church, preaching. --
Pastor's Birthday Celebration -
at Shiloh "
Shiloh Baptist Church. Morrisvillc." celebrated
the birthday of its pastor. Rev. Johnny Leak. Suiu
day. August 15. Hostess were Mcsdames M- .1.
Green. Mary Branch. Ruby Mayo and Thclma Mc
Crimmon. The program was sponsored by Mrs. P.
Green. Ms. I.oris Burroughs and Ms, Martha
McGcc. - . : L-i; ,;v:,-.
Mt. Zion Pastor Honored
Rev. Donald Qitincy Fozard, Sr.. pastor. Mount
Zion Baptist Church, has been chosen as one of the
Outstanding Young Men of America by the Jaycccs
of America for his excellent work in his community
and good citi.enship.
He is the son of Mrs. 11a M. Fozard of 1(W
He is pictured with his wife, Mrs. Nora Foard.'
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My dear friend.
It is in gestures such as you have made that one
comes to know more keenly and appreciate more
deeply that a friend is your needs answeredi that,
even without words, all thoughts, all desires, all
expectations are horn and shared.
I am extremely grateful for your gift in
memory of my wife, Barbara. I am most
thankful for the treasure we share in friendship
(I. V. A' von
COZART ... daughters. Mrs; Elsie M.
Funeral services for Mrs,"" Cozart. . Mrs.. A Carolyn
Lilley MaeiCozart; 68, of .,- Timberlake.i,Miss -ftachael
700 S Mangum St., who Cozart, . and' 'Miss Janie
died Friday, August 13 at Cozart; three sons, Johnny
home, were held Tuesday, Cozart, Robert Cozart. Paul
August 17 at Union Chapel Cozart: three sisters. Mrs.
Baptist Church. Butner by Grace Ferrell, Mrs.
Rev. Harold Trice. Burial . Nuphvell . Blackwell and
was ..in the church Miss Dora Harris,
cemetery. Arrangements were by
Surviving are four Ellis D, Jones & Sons
113th Anniversary cf St. Joseph's -
V St. Joseph's A.M.E.. Church, 2515 Fayetteville
St.; will observe its M3th Anniversary, Sunday, Oc-;
lober 24. Bishop Philip R. Cousin, former Minister '
of, St. Joseph's and now Presiding Bishop of the ,
Ninth Episcopal District of the African Methodist
Episcopal Church will preach at the II a.m.' Wor
ship Service. Attorney William A;' Marsh Jr, is , .
chairman for the 113th Anniversary Celebration.
Rev. W. W. Faslcv Jr. is minister. "
-y- Installation Service at Lakevisw ;--
k 7 Installation Service for' Rev." James P.-1 illv.,' '
pastor, Lakcvicw Baptist Church; Dearborn Drive,;
will be held Sunday, August 22 ai 4 p.m; Dr."Percv;
I... High, -pastor, : Mount Vernon Baptist Church,
will speak. .'. ',- : - ; ":
Floral Club Anniversary at Shiloh
J The Floral Club of Shiloh Baptist Church, Mor
risvillc, will observe its Anniversary. Sunday.
August 22 at 6 p.m. Rev. C." R. Mitchell will
preach. , ' , - f ' , " ' '
Felix Blakely is King
Felix Blakely of Mount Gilcad Baptist Church,
won first place in the King; and Queen Ushers
Association of , North Carolina held in Favcttcvillc. ; ,'
August 6-8. . . .' . : S v
First Aid Department Meets
The First Aid Department of the Durham Ushers
Union will meet at New Bethel Baptist Church.
' 2508 Crest St., Tuesday, August 24 at 7 p.m. 1
'" Thcv met recently at the Mount Calvarv. United
Church of Christ with Mrs. Hestic Price leading the
devotion. Reports were heard from all committees.
A delicious rcpastc was served. ,
Choir Anniversary at Oak Grove
? The Oak Grove Youth Choir and 7... D. Jubilees
of 6ak Grove Freewill Baptist Church. 801 Colfax
St., will celebrate their Anniversary, Sundav.
August 22 at 3 p.m. , . ,
i 8th Male Chorus Anniversary
The Male Chorus of Bell-Ycagcr Freewill Baptist
ChCirch, 128 E. Cornwpllis Rd., will observe its 8th
Anniversary. Sunday. August 22 at 3. p.m. ,
: News of Bible Way v
The Young Adult Choir will sing for the morninu
worship at Bible Way Apostolic Temple. Dark Cir
clc. Sunday, August 22. Elder Willie G.v Allen will
preach at the Building Fund Service at 4 p.m.
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WASHINGTON; President Reagan has nominated I.I. Gen. Roscoe Robinson, shown here in a 1980 file
photo, to become (he Army's first black four-star general, it was announced recently. IIP! Photo
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Best Wishes to-our own J.
C. Scarborough III for be
ing elected President of
.the National' Funeral
Directors and Morticians
prayers are with you that
all of your endeavors will
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DEATHS AND FUNERAL SERVICES
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Funeral' services for Mrs.
Edna Carraway of 700 Joa
louis bivo... wno aiea rn-, Mooresvme; i nieces; is
day, August 13 at Hillhaven cousin, . William Thomas
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Families can choose from a variety of services.
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306 S. Roxboro Durham, N. C.
"A Dignified Service in a Sympathetic Way' ;
Burial Protector Plan
OUR LICENSED STAFF
EniHtiM Scarborough Bynum J
- Ucomod Funril Dtroctroti and Embalmar
i. C'Skuptt" Scarborough, III
UcwMdFoMrilDlrtrtor and Embalm
Douglas C. Ray .
-, Uconaatf FumraiOiractor and Efflbaanar
Cannial. Duntap ' -'.'" '
LfcMMd Fanoral Diractor and Embalmar
Wayaa A. Coachmaa
Ucwiaad Fanoral Diractor and Embalmar
Ronald M. Scarborough, Sr. .- Uconaod Fanoral Diractor
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Convalescent Center, were
held Wednesday, August
18 at. Zion Walt Baptist
Church by Rev. 0. A.
McGill . Burial was in
Beechwood Cemetery. ,
She was a native of
Lamar. S.- C-
, She was a member of
Zion Wall Baptist Church
and its Mother Board. She
was also a member; of the
United Order of Tents of
JRG and J. U. Annie Lee
Tents 503. ;
.Surviving are one son,
Trellis Carraway; one
sister, Mrs. Mender Epes
of Winston-Salem. .
Courtesy of Scarborough
& Hargett Memorial
Chapels and Gardens.
' Memorial services . for
Miss Mable Parrish, 53,
formerly of Durham, who
died Friday August 11 in
Norfolk; Va., .were held
Wednesday, August 18 in
She was employed for 20
years at Norfolk Community
Hospital. ' '
. Surviving are two aunts,
Mrs . Mattie Cameron, and -s , , WATSON
Mrs; Mary Bryant of NewS Gtaveslde rites lor. Toreyj
YorKXityr two Unc-.iCd-MrOeon" Watson, 2, of- 806.
mond Hestef of Brooklyn. .Yancey St., who died
N. Y. and Willie hesster of . Saturday. August 14 in an
auto accident, were held
Wednesday, August 18 at
The family of the late
Mrs. Dovie Bass Grady
thanks their many
friends for all kindnesses
shown during her illness
and subsequent death.
Your caring made our
grief easier to bear.
Mrs. M. G. Dal ton
Mrs. H.G. Weeks
Mrs. M. G. Betts
A. O. Grady, Sr.
Burthey Lanham, Md. and Odel New York', one sister, Mrs.
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Bailey, Jr. :
. Courtesy of Fisher
. Funeral Parlor, Incor
Graveside rites for Silas
' Alfred James, R.Ph., 65,
formerly of Durham and a
resident of Greensboro.
' who died Sunday, August
,15 at Hampton General
Hospital Hampton, va...
were held Wednesday,
August 18 at Beechwood
He was a Navy veteran of
World War II. He retired as
"chief of pharmacy at L.
. Richardson Memorial
. Hospital, Greensboro; He
was a member of the first
, all-black Navy band.
Surviving are; his wife,
Mrs. Sara Harrison James
of Greensboro; two sisters,
Mrs. Julia J. Yancey of
Newport News. Va. and
, Mrs. Nannie J. Lash of
Salisbury, one brother,
Sidney T. James. ,
Courtesy of Fisher
Funeral' Parlor, Incorporated.
Glennvlew Memorial Park
by Rev. B. A. Mack.
Surviving1 are his
parents. Mr. and Mrs.
George Watson; two
brothers, Shawn Watson
and Jeffrey Watson; two
sisters, Ms. Chevelle Wat
son and Ms. Tonya Wat
son; his' paternal grand-:
mother, Mrs. Marie Griffin
of Washington;. his paternal
Srandparents, Mr. and
Irs. Howard Griffin of
o Courtesy of Scarborouglf
& .. Hargett Memorial
Chapels and Gardens.
Funeral services for Osby '
Hart, formerly of Pittsboro.
who' died Sunday. August
15 In New Haven, Conn.,
were held .Thursday,
August 19 at Union Grove
AME Zion Methodist
Church, Pittsboro. Burial
was in the church
. Surviving are Walter Hart
of Durham, and Jesse Hart,
Mrs. Mattie C. Woods and
Mrs. Earna Horton, all of
Funeral services for
Sherman Bass. 53, of
Brassfield Rd., Creedmoor,
who died Wednesday.
August 18 at home, will be
held Sunday, August 22 at
1 p.m. at Ellis D. Jones
Funeral Chapel by Rev.
Harold Trice. Burial will be
in Unio Chapel Church New
He was a native of Gran
ville County and a Korean
War veteran. He was a
farmer In Granville County.
: Surviving 'are three
sisters, Mrs. Ruthle lee
Suitt, and Mrs; Ada Steed
and Mrs. Denlse Burgess of
New York; three brothers,
Marcellus Bass of New
York, Donald Bass of
Of A Mam n( bfttitrlMivn
The family will receive
friends at Ellis D. Jones
Funeral Chapel, Saturday,
August 21 from 7 to 8 p.m.
Arrangements are by
Ellis D. Jones & Sons
, Ruby T. Bend of New York,
V Arrangements' werer" by
Fisher Funeral Parlor, Incorporated.
Funeral services for John
L. Thaxton. 72, of 2219
Chautauqua St., who died,
Monday, August 16 at
Duke Medical Center, will
be held Friday. August 20
at 2 p.m. at Fisher Funeral
Chapel by Bishop W. H.
Amos. Burial will be in
Glennvlew Memorial Park.
Surviving are his wife,
Mrs. Martha 0. Thaxton;
two brothers. Marvin Thax
ton and David Thaxton of
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W.W.Easley; Jr., Minister
SUNDAY. AUGUST 22. 1982
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' SUNDAY. AUGUST 22 J982
9:30 A.M. Church School
,10:55 A.M. Worship