shaw University Speaker:
‘For The Life Os The World,’
Rev. McCloud’s Subject Here
•tot the Life of the World,” was
ft* subject of the Reverend J. Os
br McCloud’* message at vespers
fcundgy at Shaw University. Rev.
McCloud Stated that during the
twentieth century n»»n has develop.
td the technological capacity to
Eradicate the age-old oppression of
poverty. slum, and disease.
Bit techniques of production
eoald Uft tho standard of living
m - u *** ** W * r^
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a small neighborhood. TIT
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quiet revolutionary change.
Reverend MCloud said that the
church, which is called upon to
serve the world is suffering from
the vary same ailment as the so
dOty it is eallad upon to serve. To
day’s church, through organisations,
eccleesiastical machinery seems
“over-committeed” and “under
committeed,” he quoted.
The false distinction of the
church as batng “spiritual" or
“sacred" to extend that it ought
to have nothing to do with man's
so-called “worldly” or “Secular
pursuits has kept the Lord of tho
Church Shut within a Book, captive
in some theological formula, tho
property of this denomination or
that sect. It has led to the notion
that piety Is a prlvata affair,con
sequently. it has served to put
much of the daily affairs of our
society outside the bounds of tho
church’s concern. It has asperated
religion and ethic* from polities,
economies, business, industry, edu
cation, end international affairs.
which has made the church a quiet
remote retreat from the real issues
ol life. It has divorced faith from
works and thereby corrupted the
very heart of the witness that U
our service to Christ in the world,
THE LUCILLE HUNTER SCHOOL
On Thursday night March 5, the
Lucille Hunter Parent-Teacher* As
sociation met at the school The
meeting was presided over by the
president Edward Curtis. Commit
tee reports were heard.
W. W. Hurdle, principal urged
participation in the mess oral polio
vaccine drive which will be con
ducted at the school on three dates,
beginning March 22nd at 1?:00 noon.
After the business session, the
parents and teachers enjoyed a reci
tal by members of J. L. Edwards'
musical instrument dess and the
Lucille Hunter Glee Club, under
the direction of Mrs. Orson. The
attendance banner was won by Mrs.
K. Thomas’ Bth grade class.
Installation Services Held For Fayetteville St. Pastor
Installation services for the Rev.
WUlie B. Lewis were held at the
Fayetteville Street Baptist Church
Sunday, March Dth at 3:30 P. M.
The Rev. C. E. Greene presided.
Participants on program included
Atty. George E. Brown, the Rev.
D. N. Howard, and the Rev. Joseph
D. Dempsey. J. W. Baton intro
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PASTOR, FAMILY RECEIVE GIFT Mn. A. E. Brown, right, proeento jit to tho Ear
Wilth B. Unit, potior, from tho members of tho Foyottovilh Street Baptist Church m Mn. W. B.
Ltwio ond doughtoro, Wilholmino Joonnotto, and Yvotto, look on. Ror. Lawk to o graduata of
Show Uni vanity with A. B. ond B. D. do groat Hecotnot to tho praoont paotomto with o rich bock
ground. (See atory).
Shaw’s Challenge To Math Seen
In New Basic Method Used Here
A clue of Baale Mathematics
students Is being taught the New
Mathematic* at Shew Univanity by
Qeorge Thomas, Sr. Modern Mathe
matics is one of he specialities of
Georg* Thomas, 8r„ Associate Pro
fessor of Mathematics and the Phy
sical Sciences at Shaw University.
When asked what Is the Impact
of ths new mathematici on today's
seLtol, Professor Thomas replied:
The effect of changes are many
and varied and certain Imperfec
tions on the part of teachers of
Modern Mathematics are inevit
able.” In order to meet the chal
lenge of the New Mathematics in
nation-wide In-Service Programs
for every teacher of New Mathe
matics in the country should be the
boundry conditions. More psycho
logical insight la needed to that
those teaching the New Mathema
FAt m i unLut. tiOjT SOUTHERN AREA CHAPTERS The Fayetteville
Links will serve as hewfe-e, to the Southern Area Chapters of Links, Inc. at the annual convention
on March 20. 21, and 22. Left to right, first row: Mmee. Early ne Mitchell, Thelma Haw kina, Mar
garet Thomas, Addie O. Williams, and Miss Cora Thompson. Second row: Mmee. Pearl Hinson,
Arnetha Robinson, Celesta Lane, Beatrice Pindle. Third row : Mrs. Bertha Lae Reader, Mies Clem
entine Holden, Mmee. Louise Rodgers, Dorothy Lane, Jessye Vick, lnee Easley, Mias Mary Helen
LeGrand, and Mrs. Altae Mae Cliette. Not pictured: Mmee. Cynthia Bond, Mary Thompson,
Margie Brown and Esther Uztell.
IN PEACE CORPS CAMPAIGN When a team horn the U. S. Pence Corfu visited toe
three-day recently at AhT College, they were welcomed by Hardy Ueton, Peace Corpe laieon of
ficer. and Dr. Samuel D. Proctor, president, both at Mt and ot AhT College. The team at right In
cluded: Mis* Mary Courtney, staff assistant; William Pmister, returned Peace Corpe volunteer
from the PhMipinaa, and E. Robert HeUaweU, deputy director hr Pease Corpe volunteers. Sines
the visit. Dr. Proctor, who served recently m associate director a/ the Peace Corps, has resigned
the oraatdencv ot AhT to return to the Washington POOL
duced the Rev. J. H. Clanton, who
preached the installation sermon.
Others appearing on the program
were: Rev. J. H. Bryant, Dr. N. L.
Perry, Dr. P. H. Johnson, Rev. J. A.
Avery, Honorable J. W. Reid, ma
yor of the city of Raleigh. Rev. O.
W. Burwick. Rev. C. W. Ward,
Swade Sanders, Mrs. Catherine lb
tics as well as those studying ths
New Mathematic* should have uni
ty of purpose and continuity as
At the same time, the nature of
mathematics has changed drastical
ly. A broader conception of the sub
ject today has stimulated amazing
new theoretical development and
in turn has led to new possibilities
of application in the physical, bi
ological, and social sciences.
It la fair to say that mathematics
will play a central role In the A
merican culture of tomorrew. This
requires an educational system
that teaches not only fundamental
mathematical techniques, hut stres
ses understanding and originality of
th rough t In mathematic* course*.
Thomas la a graduate of Savan
nah Sitate College and Oklahoma
termo. Shiloh Baptist Church. WU
mington; Deacon Joseph Whitaker
and lev. K. D. Pretty.
Music was furnished fey the
junior choir with Mssrtamto X.
Chavis and Mary Rankins as so
loists. Idas Janis lindmy presided
at the organ.
A gift from the church was pre-
i State University, lb has dona lam
years of study In an approved pro.
gram leading to the PhD. In Mathe
matical Analysis at be University
of Illinois. During on* of his years
at the University of Illinois, he was
s teaching assistant la the Depart
ment of Mathematic*. Ha has dons
additional study at Flak Univer
sity la the Department of Physics
and the University of North Caro
lina in Mathematics.
He has taught at the elementary
and secondary levels. He taught
mathematics at Florida A A M Uni
versity as wall as In-Service In
stitutes In Modern Mathematics
supported by the National Science
Foundation and the State as North
Carolina. Currently, he is teach
ing Modern Mathematics to teach
ers in Harnett County.
sented to the Raw. Lewis by Mrs.
V. T. Brown. Refreshments were
eerved fey the members of tho in
stallation oommtttoe after the pro
A delegation from Wilmington
attended the service* which tiwwnd
deep admiration and esteem.
Haw. Lewis is married to the
former Mias tjih> Mae Hilliard of
Whitakers. They have two dough
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