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' SATURDAY. CCTC2ER 9. 1S32-TKE CAECLT.'A TI:3-1S
Sen&or Paves Way For James Cento,
: Well. Fishing is starting to pick up. Hunters,
fishermen, taxidermists, boat manufacturers, deers
tand salesmen, and wildlife biologists are beginning
to congregate so as to discuss, announce, report
their findings. Many are buying their licenses.
Miss Marylyn Marie Ford, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Douglas Ford of Fayetteville, and Gregory
Dale Thompson, son of Mrs. Willar J. Taylor of
Dallas, Texas and Wallace J. Thompson of Sher-!
man, Texas, were married Saturday evening at
Greater' First Baptist Church, Cedar Creek. A
reception was held in the church fellowship hall.
: The couple will live in Fayetteville.
Members of the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.,
held their annual workshop on Saturday afternoon.
Soror G.T. Hollingsworth, basileus, presided,
'Soror Willa Benge of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, con
ducted the special session. Soror Benge is employed
as director of Minority Affairs, Stroh's Schlitz
Breweries. . ;
The theme was "Enhancing the human condition
by providing political, financial, economic and
spiritual strength." : ;
The workshop was held in the Multi-Purpose
Room of Rudolph Jones Student Center, Fayet
teville State University. ;! " .
There were refreshments and fellowship.
Fayetteville Operation Sickle Cell, Inc., held its
Fifth Annual Banquet-Reception at Bordeaux Con
vention Center on Saturday evening with the theme: ;
"A Decade of Success in Sickle Cell
Programming." The keynote speaker was , Ms.
Patricia A. Russell, Esquire, lecturer and author of
Washington D.C. She was introduced : by Mrs.
Willa Benge. A memorial was conducted for the
late Nurse Elizabeth Thompson.
Mrs. Judith A. Burgess of Willingsboro, NJ, was
the speaker at the annual Woman's Day observance
at St. Luke AME Church during 1 1th hour service.
Mrs. Burgess is educational media coordinator for
Willingsboro City Schools. She attended South
Carolina State University in Orangeburg and Balsh
Institute in Philadelphia.
Miss Joyce L. Perry, assistant superintendent for
student services, Wake County Public Schools,
spoke at the 10:53 a.m. service for the annual
Foreign Mission Day and Woman's Day at Evans
Metropolitan AME Zion Church.
Mrs. Louise Davis, director of the. Christian
Education Department Central North Carolina
Conference, spoke Sunday morning fqr Foreign
Missions Day Observance at Union OakAME Zion
Melvin Pierce, dean of students at Terry San ford
High School, spoke at the 22nd consecutive annual
Men's Day at Mount Sinai Baptist Church. The
theme was "Preparing for the Storm."
The Rev. Jannie Manuel spoke for Woman's Day
Sunday morning at Mattock Memorial AME Zion
Church. Dinner was served following the service.
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Miss Gloria D. Barber, a business administration
instructor at Fayetteville Technical Institute, spoke
for annual Woman's Day at Simon Temple AME
Zion Church. Miss Barber is a Rock Hill. SC native
and attended Hampton Institute and Winthrop Col
lege. Mrs. Rosa Dance Lyons, assistant to the director
and Kindergarten Program teacher at Fayetteville
State University, spoke Sunday morning at
Women's Day at Mount Hebrew AME Zion
The wife of Dr. Charles A. Lyons, FSU
chancellor, Mrs. Lyons attended Shaw University
and North Carolina Central University. She taught
home economics a number of years and in recent
years has been instrumental in getting early
childhood centers started at Elizabeth City State
University and FayettcHle State University.
The Quadralaircs 0f Fayetteville recently
presented a concert at Williams Chapel Freewill
Baptist Church, Spring Lake. Rev. Otis McMillian,
pastor of China Grove AME Zion Church, was the
Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church
celebrated its 122nd anniversary and homecoming
Sunday with the dedication of its new 450-scat,
$167,000 sanctuary. Dr. C.R. Edwards led the
p.m. service. Dinner was served. The church has
been led by Dr. James Everett, Dr. Maurice Hayes,
the Rev. Peter Jones, and the present pastor, the
Rev. Perry Irby.
Greater First Baptist Church of Cedar Creek
recently observed homecoming. Bishop C.W.
Williams of New Grove led the service.
The anniversary of the pastor of R.J. Avery First
Pentecostal Freewill Baptist Church on turnpike
Rd. will be observed for the week. Each night ser
vice begins at 8 o'clock.
During the week of Oct. 2-9. Fayetteville Stale
University is sponsoring a series of activities in
observance of National Higher Education Week.
Sgt. First Class Earl Banks, 36. with 17 years in
service, has been recognized for his love and his role
in the Army. He is a member of the 307th Medical
Mrs. Drue Hodges of the Cumberland County
school "svstcm. was named to the executive board
for 1982-83 of the North "Carolina School
Psychology Association at the group's recent
. . .r .-.
Parents for the Advancement of Gifted Educa
tion held their first '.meeting on Monday evening in
Belk's conference room in Cross Creek Mall. ,
Think! Nutritionists who 'have conducted a study
;ay that adding garlic, ginseng root or barley flour
o diets mav help increase life spans.
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'You can use the outdoor look indoors all year
und. Place your outdoor furniture inside.
tThc nation is getting a possible warning about
water crisis. '
' V A Florida man teaches squirrels to water ski!
The American dream houses arc shrinking.
VBe cautious when using 24-hour banks at night.
The fall weather is displaying its cans and
The blood pressure machine tells us when to
see the doctor.
Many enjoyed "God's Trombones", a musical
tribute to the black minister, last week at.'Fayet
' teville State University. ,
Military Appreciation Day .was observed last :
Thursday by Tallywood Shopping Center Mer
chants. Free hamburgers, hot dogs and soft drinks
were enjoyed by all military family members.
By Mrs. Syminer Dave
Mrs. Louise K. Perry of Seat Pleasant, Md., sur
prised her mother, Mrs. Virginia Kenion on Carroll
St., Durham, with a weekend visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Belvin (Gale Turrentine)
accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Lucille Turren-
tine, aunt, Mrs. Odessa Parker, cousins, Mrs.
Chorlene McEachern and son Lamont, spent a long
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. William Turrentine in
, Celebrating birthdates are John Allen,, Mrs.
Glovenia B. Thomas, Ms. Wanda Jean Bass, Mrs.
Georgia J. Lyons, Mrs. Geraldine Brown.
Rhine Hart Bullock who was stationed in
Virginia, spent several days with his aunt Mrs."
Geneva Allison in Durham.
Celebrating ninth wedding anniversaries are
Catherine and Ollie Daye and Clarice and Charlie
Missionaries Mrs. Willie Rhodes and Mrs.
Margaret J. Parker were presented corsage? of red
roses by Mrs. Georgia Johnson during a special part ,
the worship at New Red Mountain Baptist Church
of Rougemont on Sunday, October 3.
Please pray for the sick and shut-in: Mesdames
M. Glenn, Mamie Rainey, Arlena P. Hawley,
Rebecca L. Hall, Julia Ann Harris, Estelle Nixon,
Georgianna Ray, Alyce Roberts, Pearl Foskey,
Hattie Parrish, Julia Jackson, Odelle Evans, Annie
L. Wade, Velma Robinson, Luttie Lipsey, Nannie
Toeran, Creola Campbell, Annie Myers, Willie
Rhodes, Candice Moore, Annie Robejts, C.
Holeman, Priscilla Daye, Burnestine T. Hicks; V
Messers. W. A. Harris, Brodie Daye, Joseph
Wade, Judge Harris, Dorsey Beard, Michael
Lunsford, Ervin Lyons and Rev. Edward (Jack)
Sincere sympathy is expressed to the Cotton
(NNPA) - Senator -Ernest
D-S.C, -has successfully -secured
the Senate Ap-
v propriations Committee
agreement to his amend
ment to the continuing
Resolution providing $9
million for the establish- .
ment of the General
Daniel - "Chappie"
.James . : Center for
Aer( s ace Science and
Heah' Education at the
Tuskegee Institute . in
, President Reagan had
requested this same
amount for the General
James Center as part of
his. FY 1983 Higher and ,
. Citing statistics show
ing a shortage in the na
tion's number of
" Senator Hollings said ;
that the Center will help i"
stem' that shortage and
offer greater oppor
tunities - for - black
Americans in .the
aeronautics ' field. Cur
rently, black Americans
comprise only three per
cent of all aerospace
engineering ' students in
TTo many young
black Americans,, the
world of aerospace is a
dream much as it was
to , young Chappie
James. It- remains . a
dream largely unrealiz
ed," said Hollings. With
the Chappie James
Center we may change
all of that and dreams
will V become oppor
tunities." Hollings' noted that
Tuskegee's location and
facilities provide unique
ly favorable conditions
for launching an
aerospace program. The
Tuskegee Institute is the
black university in . the
country with its own air
field and a fully ; ac
credited school of
; engineering. And its pro
ximity to Maxwell Air
Force Base, Fort Dothan
and; Fort Rucker fur
nishes excellent oppor
tunities for- military
: :As -, for . the health
. education 'program,
Senator Hollings said,
"It will enhance the In-
' stitute's work in the
health field. Located in a
rural, low-income area,
the General - James
Center will emphasize
disease prevention . and
health maintenance and
will be a central facility
for training health pro
fessionals." The health
, program is expected to
benefit more than -7,500
people at the Institute
and some 65,000 in the-.
, The Ccr.crJ
; "Chappie" . James
Center is named for the
nation's first and only
black four-star Air Force
general. A Tuskegee
alumnus. General James
. was trained as a pilot,
along with hundreds of ,
. other, black . G.I.s, 'at
Tuskegee' Motoo Field
for air combat in World
War II. Hollings said,
i4The proposed Center
carries forward the spirit
of ' this extraordinary
American and his fellow
The Tuskegee Institute
is in the process of rais
ing an ; additional : S3
million for the $12
million Center, from
Final action on the
Continuing Resolution is
expected during the final
week, before the October
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