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IN ABMY MURSE CORPS
— MIsms Marilyn Wilder, laft
c«nt«r, Goldtboro, N. C„ ind
OlorU PMCock, B«nMn, N. C.
both MRier Uudvnta Ih th« A.
•nd T. Coll«g« School of Nur«>
lug, wir« last WMk eommlc-
ti«n*d M Mcond li«ut«iwmli In
th« V. S. Army NurM Corpt.
, At Uft Is Mrs. Naomi Wynn,
dMK o| »h« wheol, Md at
tight I* Ma)M 0*«tf Cal«a«ni,
U. 8. Army Mum dorp*,.
Fort McPhanan, Oa., who
coaductad tha oath caramony.
NCTA Official Speaks at Oxford
OXFORD — Tha ne«d lor day, December 10, by Dr Char-
having a itrong profram at tha jea a Lyons, Jr., Executive
local level wai advocated MoH'
Emmanuel A. M. E, Chuixii
“A CHURCH WHERE EVERYONE IS SQUKBODy
AND GOD IS ALL’*
710 Kant Straat — Durham, N. t.
John Pr«dariek Ipps, Mlrtlsfar Mrs. Ivalyn Rabarft, Grfanlst
Sunday, December 30, 1962
030 A M. SUNDAY SCHOOL
Superintendent Ruby Harfravea
il:00 A.M. MORNING WORSHIP r.,
The Ministci ' ■
Music by the Senior Choir
Secretary oi the North Carolina
l^^iSters Association in a speech
1 pr Lypns stated that there
4,|hould be positive objectives
' ijid a positive program at the
loeal level as I well as at the
He ^a* presented by F. D.
McNeill, Pi^sident of the Ox
ford ■ City Unit of the North
j CaroUna Teachers Association,
prior to Dr. Lyons’ speech
a di^iimfio.n group composed of
Mr» (' $ McNeill, Mrs. W
IB Oil^n, Miss M E Venable,
'R'. C. Hunt, and Mrs L
H Miller discussed the impor
titnce of Joining the NEA, NCTA,
AtA;. Oxford City Teachers As-
i^oUtlOD and Unified member-
"SERVING A WORI.D PARISH WftH ^MfST
SINCE liwr ^
MnS. G. A. WINSLOW
Minister of Hiuic
mmMM, V c
MRS. KATIIj; snimi
Dll,: oi. CtariatlMVGdttffiitiaD
Going up Again
On January 7
It will co.st one whol niclilc
to mnil 0 letter first clas inside
the United States after Jan. 7.
I'iic U S Post OliTicc an
nounced this week.
The Post office released this
week its new rate schedule show
ini; increases on nil daises of
mail e«cept second class.
Most of the nation's hiico
newspaRcr and magazine publish,
ing indu.stry use second clas.s
mail to distribute their pubiira-
The new rote increases, the
moif noticeabTs of which is the
one cent increase on first clans
mail per ounce, will affect mil
lions of Americans. It will raise
the cost of sending a letter from
the current way which is now
four cents to five cents.
The Increase also affects third
and fourth class mall and per
mit iniprint fees.
Air-mail letters will cost eight
cents per ounce instead of the
present seven cents per ounce
A Post Card, once mailed for
one penny, will now cost four
The increasase hikes the rates
on third class mail from three
cents for the first two ounces
to four cent for the first two. It
raises circulars postage rate from
10 cents per pound to 18 cents.
The rate increases were or
iginally forec*st last year by
the Post Office. When they were
announced a stir went up from
habitual users for the mail
However, the Post Office stuck
by its decision and went ahead
with the hike.
The reason for the increase,
as had Ijeen, stated earlier by
the Post Office was to prevent
the service from becoming to
burdened with debt.
MELVIN CHESTER SWANN. Ttie tiWtfmt >
Sunday, December 30,
B;30 SUNDAY SCHOOL
“When Wc arc Disciples”
Miss Marie Faulk, Supt:Tlnteadell^
11:00 A.M. MORNING WORSHIP
SERMON—“Where is He?"
MUSIC The Gwt)el Choir
' V i^ t Warren, Organist
Tha Gospel Chtous
ti. -I Warren at the CooaoU
ANNUAL WATCH MEETING, DECEMBER Si, 11 P. «.
FREE PARKINQ ON SAINT JOSVW
•fiBXENSBOBO — Churches
of North Carolina Methodist
97.015 to Bennett
^ CiplHige at' the annual "rolll
| hi^kj^tn Jhe Little Theatre
•( tAe ^Uege Tuesday.
“A FRIENDLY CHURCH**
Wliite Rock Baptist Church
WHITE ROCK SQUARE DURHAM, N. C.
Miles Mark Fisher, Pastor
Sunday, December 30,1962
[. 8:49 A.M. CALL TO WORSHII > ttsctroalcs
tm AM. SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
“God Comes to Us”, John 1:1-18.
Review of Lesson by J. W. Carrington
Dr. Charles A. Ray, Superintendeat
^-11:00 A.M. SERMON The Rev. J. H. LighUey
Young Peoples Choir,
Mrs V. W. Alston, Directress
PJI. BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
Mrs. Hattie F. Roykia. Leader
Program auspices Mjnerra Wo^acli Cirv)#
“When and How to Witneu” Tbf Potor
Mist Leana E. Roberson, Directress
December 31—10:00 P.M. Gladys Holloway UcNeil
I'Night ^morial for Deceased Cburph Ifetnbers 1962,
g^ftarence District with the Rev. Robert E. Page
Sergealt^ James J War*, sup*
ply a^perylsor- and Uadershtp-
IrainlBiEi NCO at A. and T.
Collese, was laal week pro
qa6t^ to the rank of master
terfMnt. Me completed with
l3|4^her technical sergeants
jhv one of the 38-openlngs in
GREENISBORO — The Thea
tre Guild at Bennett College
opened its season with the pre
sentation of three one-act plays
in the Little Theatre on Friday
and Saturday nights.
Miss Enupa Watson, of Bir
mtnaham. Ala.. a
■p6rtir#yal of tf^'nagglng wife
in '‘Before Breakfast,” a serious
drama by Eugene O’Neil, about
a marriage that failed. The other
two plays were comedies ‘Here
We Are” by Dorothy Parker and
“Ovetones” by Alice Gersten-j
berg. Miss Paulette Grant, a
■ fre!ihntian"from PhJla3elpT>li7Pa.,
: made an impressive debut as
I the bride in the Parker comedy
I and Leonard Spencer, as the
husband, gave excellent sup-
N. C. Methodist
Give $7,000 to
Biahpp l!4gar A Love, head
the Baltimore Area, who
pretided, received reports from
the superintendents of the four
Heading the lists was the
Greensboro district for which the
Rev L A Brown reported,
$2,335. The Rev H. W. Phillips
reported $1,930 for the Western I
district and the Rev J J ~
Patterson reported $1,450 for
the Winston district. The Laurin
burg dlatrict, headed by S L
Townsend, reported $1,300.
The contributions to Bennett
ran roughly $300 ahead of con
tributions made by this time last
year. ‘The conference reported a
total of $49,435.65 for all ben
Bishop Love, in addressing
the ministers, said that the greft
failij)| of religion has been Its
inability to "create a family of
God.” one in which all men
v|ew one anoyier as Tirothers.
President Willa B Player
who welcomed the visitors and
thanked them for their generos
ity, later was hostess at a lunch
eoB for minister and their wives
and a number of faculty and
staff members in the dining
center of the David D. Jones
I Student Union.
THE CAROLINA TIMES
V, DiCIMiill M, 1M2 DURHAM, N- C-PAOf M
ey; Detrbit; C. E. Bennatt, Gary, | treit.
Ind.! and W.' 0. Shipman, Oe
YiNff thf «iw^tl«n, reitlacas tha
sUtf liatiiaa C. H. Muen «i4«a
^^tel, >• ftmt, A;
.'‘ih 0, ■ i^e at It
jftandinp, left ire Mih.
Vihlfe, flew OHette; Wyen^lng
.jiyalls, tee^mMrej John f. lail
NiW HOI.Y CHURCH LIADffR
The' Rt. Rev. -Ota T. Jones, el
Philadalphia (seated, s e e • a 4
from left) newly eieeted leader
of Hif Church ef .Oed In Chrkit,'
is shewn liere w|th oMter bish^s
of the ehur^ aaaembled durlm
tite 5Sth eanvetoatien of. the
church In Memphis, Teni^, rt*
ctntly. Bishop. Jenfs, elected dui*
HAMPTON, Va. ■— The 10 •ni ' a j rr
neediest fairUlies 'in the Hamp-l^leCteu *0
ton area, . „ --
ren, were treatrd to an abund
ant Christmas by Hampton Instl
tute students, faculty and Staff.
representing 63 child
RALEIGH — Dr. Cifl lle-
Vane of J^haw uhlyersity b^s
n elated to a fpur yeai' tetm
the board 6f Director of'the
eat(il Health fitter at Rv-
and Wal^e C0unty.
Eaqh floor 6t every dormitory
the campus has adopted a
child for the occasion. Gifts oi
toys and clothing and candy
will be purchased by th^ stu
dents and jjhen be specially
wi;apped. Faulty and staff of
tht college will contribute funds
for food and other necessities.
, He will succeed E. L. Rj^iford,
ytiCA Executive who has com-
ted a similar term and who
minated DeVane for the post.
The project was started 10
yfars ago by A B Owens,
intenance superintendent at
TYIONI fMSTUVM eOIM>AMt
jmmpton Institute, and students
■^lunteerfd -to join with him
HiO Bids. 681.4975
THE MAGIC OF CHRISTMAS
BLINDED AT ll.t PROOF
8CHENLEY IMPORT CO., NEW YORK, N.V.
«... is »ver so brief. It’s that flesting interval when all the
world is transformed by hearts beating as one. It’s the
litffe girl’s delight on touching a baby doll's pink cuddliness.
It's th« shining red tricycle that makes its first trip —
round tfie dining tablel The trinkets, the thought-filled gift
that tells her she's beautiful. It's the glow that goes with
giving, that comes with sharing.
It’s pur sincere hope that the magic of Christmas
brings you and your family a very brigrht and
joyous Christmas Day.
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