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RALEIGH. N. C.
■TARTS KS, AUG. 16TH
“RODAN THE FLY
“THE SWORD &
■TARTS THUB&. AUG. MTH
• WILLIAM ELUOTT
Another good reason pi switch
to flameless electric heat
CPAL’i third price eat in 4 yenrt mmkno Antrim
Yon orb enjoy this bargain and other benefits of tetri
electric fiving if your home ia heated adandy hy dee«
tneity. So plan now to switch to the nioeat housewarming goer
for yowr preaent homy or die one yon plan to build or boy.
Like the idea of individual temperatew emdrol ier each
room? Ton can get it wilt electric heat. . . and that’s jod
one of ita exclusive features. For the full Mery on die unique
advantages of heating year home by wire, juto call CP4L.
Case histories of actual operating coats for total-electric homes
are available for yonr impertiotL
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ELKS %S-MILUON PROJECT Ormnd Exalted Ruhr Hobeon R. ReynoMa mid top Ttt ft
official! an shown m tiny not with FRA officers and buildaee to aidn tin papara lot the $3- mftti
on Elka * low income houamg project, Elba View Apartmanta , Chattanooga, Tennessee. Tha ground
breaking date waa Auguat ssh, and completion date ia during 1965.
Dr. Weaver To St Matthews For Men’s Day Sun.
Si Matthew AME Church will
observe tta annual Man's Day Sun*
day. August 16, at the-11 a. m. serv
Dr. Frank & Weaver will be
Dr. Weaver Is an outstanding ed
ucator. He earned his Bachelor of
Science degree from Fayetteville
State Teachers College and his
Master of Arts Degree from
Columbia University, Hew York.
He did graduate study in United
States History at N. C College at
Durham, and received the Doctor
of Education, degree from Pennsyl
vania State University, University
Dr. Weaver has had broad ex
perience as an educator and leader
Among the many positions he has
held are the Mowing: organiser
and first Principal of Roberson Ele
mentary School, Bdgeoomha Coun-
ty; organiser and first Principal od
Willow Grove Elementary School
in the same county. This school be
came the first Negro State accredit
ed elementary school in thatoounty.
In 1963, ha hacamt State Super
visor of Elementary Schools, Stefa
department of Public Instruction,
1 -.. ■ AHR
< DR FRANK R WEAVER
During ths summer es MR he
served as guaet professor itAfcT
Dr. Weaver is an ordained Baptist
minister and has served as pastor
of tea Jerusalem Baptist Church,
He is ths husband of Mrs. Quean
Esther L. Weaver and they have
one eon. Fmak Cornell. They re
side in Raleigh. ....
The Reverend J. N. Shearee, pas
tor of the St James AME Church,
of Method, end hie congregation
will be guests at the 8:30 p. m.
Rev. Mr. Shearee ia a native of
Chester, South Caroline. He earned
the Bachelor of Science degree at
AUen University, the Bachelor of
Divinity degree from Dickerson,
Theological Saminary, of Columbia.
South Carolina and ths Master of
Arts degres from South Carolina
State College, Orangeburg. S. C.
The public is eordelly invited to
attend both services.
DR CHAUNUEY G. WINSTOW
Dr. Winston Is
qnim»mn Atyinlirtwisnt of
Dr. Che uncer O. Winston as dean
of instruction at Bamwtt College
was announced last week by Presi
dent Wills R Flayer.
Dr, WteaSen, a graduate ad
Fish PteveesSSy, tswte* Me
Q."r.' r 'rraamaaaatnmmit sdn-
Dr . Wbseten bee served as chair
man ed the Division of Higher Ed
ueetton of the North The
don. He is also a member at Bate
Kappa CliL national srianttflr so
ciety. and Pta Peßa Keppe, netton-
A native at TappahanuocfcJV,
Brown, of Modteyffls. end they
NACW Convention Officials
um mum ml n&ip
MBR muiT- mITIIM MBR LUCINDA WARD
RATIONAL DAY OBSERVED - The Raleigh Chapter
oi Tha National Aaaoriathn OI College Woman obaatvad Na
tional Day raoantty. Lett to right : Maadamm Vara Morgan,Da
loraa Judd, Ahnata Qkmooa, Qledye Smith, Nellie Harrie. H. T.
Howard, Catharine Larkina, Thelma Keck, ****”*
Dili JptFti ots DpillMf/ turf Mn CiNDfw Dsbnsm, ptmjdtnt,
participated in the induction of new member a; Mn. Dahy Robe-
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t *m«m NUUK* or m MATKWAL ASSOCIATION Os OOUMOM WOMSM
New York City Hosts 41st Annual Meet
Os National Assn. Os College Womeii
wm be held An
-5T Hew Task CHy.
Mrs. UHten Ward McDaniel at
Rle*msnd. Va. Htmonel President.
Ffssdnn* s ewMwwßilw®
Dr. WeMn. an leave Warn Queens
Coßege. Hew Task. Is alee Oread
T * the Ecte PM Rate So
rerky. eyrem at ha
-. RATIONAL, REGIONAL LEADERS - Pio
titred me aome of tha many leaders of the Rational Aaaodation
of College Woman, which will hold if 41ef eonvonfton in Raw
York City Auguat 18-32. Top tow, hit b right, me: MihElme
Dark, national chairman of the Human-Social Relatione Com
-32; Mn Liman Ward McDaniel Richmond,
IWdenf of tha RACW, who "MptmUe*£
Ruth Moore Bethea, Rational Publicity Chairmen oiBwNACW
mid preaidant el tha Hamlet Branch; and Mra. Cwanyth H. Huu
gng. national chairman of tha Conatitutioo Commit** Bottom
row, fait to right, me: Mn. CamareeD. Debnam, premdantoltha
Raleigh Branch oi tha RACW; and Mra.
York City, third Rational Vha-Premdent el tha NACW. Tha me
toons will be held at the Baknont-Plaaa Hotel, eomer Slef Street
and Lexington Avenue,
National Asoetotton at CeUege We
men aemm five decades fllustretes
die development at a shared vi
The as! lege greduetee who join
ed the Association were ail pro
ducts of similar educational and
cultural backgrounds, but of wide,
divergent views, so ementlel to ed
ucational end intellectual growth.
to toelrtoteitete y«.
toMtonsShs west hi ste-
uuntßßimnSunm is. im
MDS EUTR m RETREA
Ml, MWm Garrfc ffsrrbo* Maadamm Utßan
McKinney• Margarat Hayaa, Marforia Phillip • «* U "^ n J‘ y /
th. Tha aaan l waa hold at tha Mario* Brook Country Club.
Mn. Thalma Hack, a mambar ot thk group mm eHri lot eem- ;„
munity aarrkaa during "Firm Womanhood W*k? aponacead
by tha Omicron Zata Chaptar ot tha Zata PM Bata Sorority; and
alao during iha National Moating ot Jack and Jilt, Ino.
Ftls, and How York City ewaA
Membership, they fed Is ■ way die arrival of HACW delegate*,
for waaaan to more effectively ben- famillae and frlenda. In this body
cflt their communities, their states, mfTtTr i mid trained by
gSJspbtod'SrttoS seedemle pursuits and experiences
tot die U. 1. U« greet challenge and power.
The National Convention Com- United around thlsceowat th«ne
mlttee. the. New York Branch, the “Education—Key to Freedom. NA
Betel Bclmont-PUsa, the WorM e CW Woman rally to the eeuee.
They Appreciate Your Bushes#
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