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I LOOKED AND I SAW
By REV C. R, STONE
TO BE CURSED BY HIM
The ways of our God art
not always understood bf
men who seek for the troth
to be found in earth as it it
in heaven. One may rest as
sured that the more he seeks
for the troth, the more he
may find about that troth.
God's revelations of His
truths are likened unto an
operator of a sewing ma
chine. For the most part, one
is ante to observe a stitch
st a time as the needle pulls
the thread through the mate
rial. But by bit and step by
step, God makes Himself
known to the seeker. The
things that we find within
our Father's will do not al
ways appear according to our
pleasures only, but our dis
pleasures as well.
A curse by God may bo a
period within the lives of a
people whereby God with
draws His major support in
the form of blessings due to
their transgressions of His
divine laws. For example, the
land that a people may de
sire to use for production of
food may become barren.
With this in mind, there may
be wholesale starvation in
that land. Furthermore, then
may be uncontrollable wars
among nations and smaller
kingdoms that destroy the
unity among that people.
There could also be uncon
trollable diseases that des
troy lower animals and per
sons on a large scale basis.
REV. STONE
It should be remembered
that oven with an of these
changes taking place, God's
love still prevails. When men
are ready to change from
their wickedness our maker
proves that He is ready to
forgive. When men are re
stored to the grace from
whence they have fallen
peace and prosperity are seen
within that land.
He who hath ears to hear
let him hear.
To Celebrate
Anniversary
Turner's Bible Class at Fish
er Memorial United Holy
Church will celebrate its thir
teenth anniversary service on
Sunday afternoon, April 8,
at 3:00 p.m.. The guest speaker
will be Rev. Zollie Dunn of
Greensboro, North Carolina. A
hearty welcome awaits all.
Francis
Gill
Last rites were held Monday,
March 26 for Mrs Mae Francis
Gillis Broadie at the Fisher
Memorial United Holy Church,
with the Rev, A. W. Lawson,
pastor, delivering the message.
Burial was in Gtenv lew Mem
orial park.
Mrs. Mae Francis Broadie
the daughter of Leroy Gillis
Lat Rites Held for Mrs. Mae
lis Broadie Mar. 26
and Mrs. NeUie Stuart Gillis
was born in Malboro County
November 9, 1935. She depart
ed this life March 22, 1973'
following a short period of ill
ness. f"
Mrs. Broadie was married
to Wllliard Broadie. This unioi
was blessed with two sons.
She was a member of Fisher
Memorial United Holy church,
wnere sne worxea laiuuuuy.
She leaves a noble example in
which her family should follow.
She leaves to mourn then
loss, husband Willard Broadie;
two sons, Emmitt and Edward
Leroy Boradie of the home;
.one foster son Larry Stuart of
the home; Four stepsons, Wil
lard, Jr, Thomasville, NC, Ja
mes, Albert and Eddie Broadie
all of Durham; her father Leroy
Gillis of Durham; her mother,
Mrs. Nellie Riggins of Hamlet
NC; one brother, Elvis Pate,
Durham; three sisters, Mrs.
Fannye McKenzie, Patterson,
New Jersey; Mrs. Grace Short,
Durham; and Miss Rachell Rig
gins Hamlet, NC; one uncle
four aunts, three nephews, and
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Mrs. C. Brown
Hosts Carolina
Bames Society
Carolina Barnes Missionary
Society of St. Joseph's A.M.K.
Church met at the home of
Mrs. Cora Brown, Moline St.,
on Sunday, March 25 with
Mrs. Magdalene Graham serv
ing as co-hostess.
A most delectable dinner
was served prior to the regular
business session. Mrs. Minerva
Evans, Missionary Educator
discussed in detail the theme
"Mission Imperatives for These
Times."
Mrs. Truemilla Smith, presi
dent, presided over the
business sessions. Funds were
allocated for foreign missions
and to the Junior Missionaries.
Members in attendance in
cluded the following ladies:
Mesdames Truemilla Smith,
Mary E. Young, Iola Allen,
Rosa Farrow, Joyce Barnette
Sarah Wright, Pearl Tilley,
Josephine Culver, Ailie Mit
chell, Celeste Smith, Bertie
Sowell, Ruth McLaughlin,
Sarah Jones, Nelia Shepherd,
Roberta McNeil, Verdelle
Johnston, Minerva Evans and
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Ebenezer Baptist
Church To Observe
Homecoming Day
The Ebenezer Baptist Church
2200 S. Alston Avenue, will
observe Home Coming day
Sunday, April 8, at the 11
o'clock service.
The speaker will be the Rev.
Cecil, Bishop of Trinity AME
Zion Church, Greensboro, NC.
His choir, ushers, members and
congregation, will accompany
him.
All members, former mem
bers and the public is invited.
Rev. W. E. Daye is pastor.
ANNIVERSARY ,
CELEBRATION
SET FOR APRIL 8
The King's Daughters Club
of St. Mark AM.E. Zion
Church will celebrate its anni
versary Sunday, April 8, at
six o'clock. The speaker, Rev.
L. A. Miller, pastor of St. Mark
Church.
Music St. Mark Gospel
Chorus. The public is cordially
invited.
MRS. BRODIE
Last Rites Held
Mrs. Pinkie
Yates on Sat.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Pinkie Scott Yates were held
on Saturday, March 31 at
2:00 pm at White Rock
Baptist Church. Rev. Lorenzo
A. Lynch officiated.
A daughter of the late
Henry and Anne Scott, she
was a native of Durham
County and had resided in
Durham most of her adult
life.
Mrs. Yates was a faithful
and active member of the
White Rock Baptist Church.
She was active in its Church
School, District No. 4 and she
served as a member of its
Board of Deaconesses. She
was also a member of the
Household of Ruth No. 6787.
Survivors include one
daughter, Mrs. Ethel Bar bee
of Brooklyn, New York; two
tons, Morris Yates, of Brook
lyn, New York and Jeeps H.
Barbae of the home, two
atoers-io4aw. Mm. Mamie Rigs
bee of Durham and Mrs. Dora
Yates; one brother-in-law
Nathaniel Yates, ten grand
chUdren, Interment was in Beech
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six nieces.
MRS. PINKIE SCOTT YATES
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CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Mrs.
Mae Francis Gillis Broadie
wishes to thank their many
friends and neighbors here in
Durham, Winston Salem, Ham
let and each of you for the
kind expression of sympathy
shown through their cards, tele
grams, floral tributes, food,
cars for transportation and all
other acts of kindness during
the loss of their wife and mo
ther. Special thanks to the
pastor for the inspiring mes
sage. May God bless eac h of
you.
Willie Broadie and family.
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Look For The
SOUL-LABEL
Refvming To Christ
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The returning of Jesus
Christ, means that He must
have been here before. There
are so many that doubt His
being here at all. Those of
us who believe His first being
here, what can you do and
what must you do to shed
light In and around this dark
area? When you say that you
believe that He has been here
Is the very first step. You
must follow through with the
other necessary stem
We have other religions
believing in God but do not
believe In His Son, Jesus
Christ, the one we feel so
closely to. Reasons are many
coming from those opposing
Christ. He is given the credit
of being a good man or a
good prophet but not the Son
of God and definitely not God
or one of the Godheads. They
come this far then get off.
The responsibility is ours be
ing a salesman for Christ
and Christian religion. We
should be willing to support
the things we believe in.
One of our worst enemies
can be found among the
Christian family itself. I have
said this, before and will re
peat, there are too many
branches within the Christian
religious body to do the good
that is required of the body.
Instead of putting Christ
upon the pedistal, we are so
Ushers Union
Meets at First
Calvary Bapt.
The monthly meeting of the
Durham Interdenominational
Ushers Union will meet on
Sunday, April 8, at 8.16 p.m.
at First Calvary Baptist
Church, located on the corner
of Kent Street and Morehead
Avenue. The theme is "The
Dimensions of First Aid."
Speaker for the program
will be Mrs. Margaret Evans
Of Wake Forestii North
Carolina. She wUT:
duced by Mrs. Ruth-
Lincoln Memorial
Church. The choir
Calvary Baptist Chujrch will
sing.
Clyde Moore, Jr. serves as
president of the Ushers union.
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eager putting our own selfish
beliefs there. Our denomina
tional system is a thorn In
the flesh of the Christian re
ligion. We are trying to get
followers to join our denom
ination rather tnan Hav
ing them coming to Jesus.
Once the individual finds
Christ, having the experience
of telling Just what happen
and how it happened when a
change happened into their
lives. When this has been ex
perienced, they have some
thing to tell. You cannot tell
any thing until you get some
thing to tell.
We have people Just Join
ing the church. When this is
done the way it is done, they
have nothing to make them
return. They have nothing, to
make them go to Sunday
School on Sunday after the
other or continuously. This
Is true in any phase of the
church. Who attends prayer
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CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Mrs.
Pinkie Scott Yates wishes to
thank everyone for their many
kind expressions of sympathy
shown to them during their
hour of bereavement. Your
cards, telegrams, visits, tele
phone calls and most of all
your prayers were deeply
appreciated.
THE FAMILY
WORDS FOR THE
WORLD
MEN should hold in their
souls the vision of celestial
perfection, and there pre
pare' a Wweliing-prace for
the inexhaustible bounty of
She divine (Holy) spirit.
BAHA'I WRITINGS
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White Rock Baptist Church
Lorenzo A. Lynch, Minister
3400 FAYETTEVELLE STREET
Sunday, April 8, 1973
9:30 A.M. CHURCH SCHOOL
10:65 A.M. WORSHIP
SERMON The Pastor
"On The Life Of Christ!" (John 21:25)
The Senior Choir Leading the Singing
Mr. John H. Gattis, Director
7:30 P.M. Conversations between White Rock and
Epworth Methodist Congregation
J there is
comfort
in nature...
The beauty and mystery of
nature are a never-failing source
of wonder and consolation. We are
pleased that the natural beauty of
our surroundings brings comfort
i to many.
SCARBOROUGH AND
HARGETT, INC.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
PhOMO 682-1171 Of 682-1172
treat Durham, fi. C.
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COPYRIGHT 1973. THE KROGER CO. WE RESERVE THE
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THE FOOD
PRICE CRISIS
and what Kroner's
doing about it.
Ever since our company was founded, saving customers
money has been a major consideration with us. Today,
we're as concerned about food prices as you are. When
yoiiTJay rrrore-at- retail it s because we pay more at
wholesale. We can't do anything about our wholesale
prices. But we can do something to help you cut your
tood costs.
We have a plan to help break this vicious circle by help
ing our customers shop wisely and well. We're going to
bring you, in subsequent weeks, a series of messages of
vital concern to every shopper with a food budget prob
lem. These messages will otter you
PENNY-PINCHING POINTERS
They will show you how to shop with one eye on
quality and the other eye on your budget. We'll also
bring you several suggestions for
GOURMET BUDGET MENUS
These menus take advantage of plentiful foods and let
you en)oy expensive tasting meals at less-expensive prices
We'll show you some low cost yet appetizing serving
ideas that cut your food bill without cutting your en
joyment too much. We'll show you how to take advant
age of
MEAT CUTS AT SALE PRICES
For example, we'll show you how to purchase a large
roast and cut it into main dishes for three fresh servings.
Yes, we'll be on the lookout for more suggestions like
these because
WE'RE ON YOUR SIDE
Some stores advocate meatless days. Not Kroger. We
don't think our customers want to be restricted like that:
Some stores just ignore the situation. Not Kroger. We
know our customers want us to do something to help
them tace this tood price crisis.
HERE'S THE KROGER POSITION:
We're going to show shoppers how they can enjoy
healthful, appetizing alternate dishes at considerably
lower cost. (We'll still have the more expensive items for
those who want them.)
YOU DO YOUR PART - WE'LL DO OURS.
Together we'll weather the food price crisis and enjoy
delicious, nutritious eating along the way.
WE HEAR YOU
AND WE'RE mm TO HELP.
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SPECIAL GUESTS Left to
right: the Honorable H.M..
Micheaux, Jr. - N.C. House
of Representatives. Mrs. Helen
Miller - National President,
Chi Eta Phi Sorority, J . S.
Stewart - Mayor Protem,
Durham. Mrs. LaVerne Chat-
man - Southeast Regional
Director, and Miss Janet Beas
ley - President Pi Chapter.
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MRS. BELLAMY CHATS
WITH PI BETA MEMBERS
PRIOR TO LUNCHEON PRO
GRAM - Left to right: Miss
Joy . Woolfolk - Presldenf,
NCCU Student Nurse Assn.,
Mrs. Thelma Brown-President
Pi Beta Chapter, Mrs. Verdelle
Bellamy - National Organizer
and Miss Sandra Jones
Participant in Luncheon Presentation.
Chi Eta Phi My Holds Regional Conference
Pi Chapter, Chi Eta Phi
Sorority, Inc. an Organization
of registered Professional Nur
ses, was hosts for the 20th
annual Southeast Regional
Conference March 30-31 at the
Downtowner Motor Inn.
Members attending the con
ference represented thirteen
graduate chapters and two
undergraduate chapters. Five
of these chapters are located
in North Carolina.
One of the highlights of
the two day session was the
Banquet held on Friday even
ing. Mrs. Eva Clayton, an
alumnus of NCCU and Di
rector of the N.C. Health
Manpower Development Pro
gram gave an informative aid
inspiring address which focus
ed on the sorority's national
theme, "Chalenge, Courage
and Change for the Seventies."
She emphasized the peed to
recognize and find means for
delivery of health care services
and challenged the group to
assume an active role to meet
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uiesv I1CCUB.
Greetings were extended to
the members and their guests
by several outstanding citizens.
They included the Honorable
H. M. Micheaux, N.C. House
of Representative s, John S.
Stewart, Mayor Protem of
Durham, John Wheeler, Presi
dent of Mechanics and Farmers
Bank, W. A. Clement, Vice
President, N.C. Mutual Life
Insurance Co., Dr. Albert N.
Whiting, Chancellor of NCCU,
Dr. W. A. Cleland, Chi Delta
Mu Fraternity, Dr. R. P.
Randolph, President, Durham
Academy Medicine, Dentistry
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Patterson, Dean, Under
grade te School, NCCU.
Another feature during the
conference was a program
luncheon on Saturday, pre
sented by Pi Beta members.
Pi Beta is the undergraduate
chapter at NCCU and Thelma
Brown, Basileus presided at the
luncheon.
Officers elected at the close
of the conference were Hazel
Best, Regional Director,
Charleston, S.C.; Secretary,
Jacqueline McNeil, Birgmin
ham, Alabama, L. Ruth Betts
Treasurer, Durham, Josephine
Hall, Historian, Asheville, Judy
Stovall, Chaplain, Mound Ba
you, Miss.; and Janet Spicer
Chairman, Nominating Com
mittee, Charlotte, N.C.
Mrs. LaVerne Chatman,
Birmingham, Ala., is the out
going Regional Director. Mrs.
Helen Miller, Chairman of
Dept. of Nursing at NCCU
is national president. Miss
Jane t Beasley serves as presi
dent of Pi Chapter.
Mrs. Helen Miller served as
Chairman of the Regional
Planning Committee. Other
committee members were
Sorors Emma Randolph, Lula
Harris, Sylvia Richardson,
Ruby Borden and Lelia Miller.
Lyon Park Rose Garden Club
Meeting Held Mon., March 26
The Lyon Park Rose Garden
Club held its meeting March
26, at 7:00 p.m. at the home
of Mrs. Josephine Foushee on
Cornell St. The Garden Club
was opened by Mrs. Helen Mc
Clain presiding in the absence
of our president, Mrs. Annie
B. Green, who was in an acci
dent. The devotional period
was led by Mrs. M. W. Webb
Mrs. Helen McClain called for
the minutes of the last meeting
and committee reports.
We discussed what to put
around flowers to make them
look healthy and pretty.
The following members wert
present. Mesdames Pearl Brown
M. W. Webb, Mary Hardy, He
len McClain, Fannie Cozant,
Willie Sneed, Mable Freeland,
Miss Alene Mebane, Mrs. A.L.
Thompson, and Mattie R. Can
ty. Mrs. Josephine Foushee,
hostess, served a delicious re- -past.
The day of the meeting
was her birthday. We all en
tered her dining room with
beautiful spring flowers, center
piece on her dining room table,
and flower from spring garden.
We sang happy birthday toher.
We had four guests. They were
Miss Hattie White, Mrs. Rose
Grafton, Mrs. Sadie C. Hamber
Mrs. Virginia Williams and Mrs.
Willie Sneed thanked the hos
tess for an enjoyable time.
Mammoth Campaign Launched
To End Lead Paint Poisoning
Three major health organi
zation today issued a joint
statement calling for a public
awareness campaign to elimi
nate the problem of lead-based
paint poisoning through efforts
on both the federal and local
levels.
The American Academy of
Pediatrics, the American Public
Health Association, and the
National Environment Health
Association said a nationwide
publicity and information com
paign would be undertaken
through their joint member
ships to increase' public health
community to seek total eradi
cation of lead-based paint
poisoning.
"As physicians and public
health workers, we are dis
tressed to seek the needless
waste of human life and poten
tial caused by this seriously
crippling malady," the joint
statement read in part. "We
are expecially anguished be
cause we have the knowledge
to locate and treat these child
ren before they suffer effects
that will last a lifetime, yet
society has not made a com
mitment to use that knowledge."
FASHION SHOW
The White Rose Circle is
sponsoring a fashion show on
April 8, 4:00 p.m., at Durham
College. Fashions will be
modeled from the Boutique
Shop. The public is invited to
attend. The admission is
free.
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TOURS HOLY LAND
Mrs. Alberta Harris spent
10 days touring Biblical Land
and Rome. The trip originat
ed in New York, March 12
and ended March 21. The
non-stop flight from New
York to Rome was 8 hours.
From Rome, she flew on to
lsreal where she visited many
biblical places such as Jeru
salem, Bethlehem, Jerhico,
Jordan River, Dead Sea, Sa
maria, Sea of Galilee, Caper
naum, Nazereth, Calvary, Pi
lot's Judgement Hall, Garden
of Gethsemane, Room of the
Last Supper, and many otner
..I.,....,. Donb tn RnmP she
visited St. Peters Cathedral,
The Vatican Square, and the
Museum.
The trip was sponsored by
Rev. C. D. Vaughn, pastor of
the Grace Memorial Baptist
(Church of Baltimore, Md.
After returning to the
v states, she was the house
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Horace
Bowser, Mrs. Gary Gross, and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert White,
all of New York City.
COMMUNITY FRIENDLY
CLUB HOLOf MONTHLY
MUTING MARCH 26
The Community Friendly
Club held its monthly meet
ing March 20, at 7:30 p.m.
at the home of Mrs. Cora
Jackson, 303 w Enterprise
Street.'
Devotions Ih were opened
by the President, Mrs. Aline
Davis, by singing the club
song, "I Want to Be More
uke Jesus in my Heart.
Scripture read by Mrs. Novel
la Fleming, "The 2Srd
Psalms." Mrs. Lizzie Gilmore
led us in prayer. Minutes of
the last meeting were read
and adopted, alter me Busi
ness session. The hostess
served a delicious repast
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wmcn everyone enjoyeo.
, Mrs. Gladys Ship man
thanked the hostess.
The next meeting will be at
the home of Mr. and Mrs.
John Fleming, 204 W. Pied
mont Ave.
ON DIANTS LIST AND
HONOR ROLL
It is very nice to know
that James Turrentine who
made the Dean's List and
Miss Le Wanda Lawson made
B Honor Roll. They are stu
dents at NCC University at
Durham. Mr. Turrentine in a
senior and MisS Lawson is
a freshman. Congratulations
to you. Keep up the good
work.
WITH SYMPATHY
Sympathy to the late Rev.
Richard Adams family, Mrs.
Elenora Nathan and family.
Come unto me all ye that
labor and are heavy laden,
and I will give you rest.
St. Matthew 11:28.
VISITS REST HOME
The Russell Ext ension
Home Makers Club went to
the Pine Knoll Rest Home re
cently to sew and mend for
the patients. The Club goes
at regular intervals to min
ister unto and entertain them.
The patients are always glad
to see the members and they
had a large amount of mend
ing to be done. Members car
ried thread, needles and but
tons and do mending for the
ladies and the men. Members
...ltH avAllful turn
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hours and time was weU
spent. The members received
as rhuch joy as the thirty
patients. Members that went
were Mesdames Grace Mack,
Margaret J. Parker, Jaunita
Shaw, Clara Riley and Berma
Dunnegan and the president,
Pearl Holman. The club mem
bers' next visit will be Good
Friday when they will serve
MONTHLY MEETING
The Triangle Community
Circle held its monthly meet
ing at the home of Mrs. Oneida
McGhee, Larchwood Drive.
Members present were: Jan
ie Garrett, Mable Fairley, Lois
Mayo, Anne Butler, Loddie
Campbell, Doris Stalk, Beatrice
Parker, Oneida McGhee, Jean
Mack and EUse Green.
The next monthly meeting
will be at the home of Mrs.
Doris Stalk on Baker Street.
refreshments following their
devotion.
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CAINS CHAPEL OBSERVES
WOMEN'S DAY
The Cains Chapel Baptist
Church family will observe
its Annual Women's Day
Sunday, April 8, at 11:15 aJB.
Mrs. Celeste Sanders from
Union Baptist Church Dur
ham, will be the Women's
pay speaker.
Ten ladies volunteered to
be captains of the day serv
ice. Hopefully, all the cap
tains will bring in one hun
dred dollars each. The lady
with the highest amount of
money will be crowned "Wo
man of the Year" at Cains
Chapel. Everyone is working
hard and eagerly awaiting
the special day. All persons
in and around Cains Chapel
are cordially invited to wor
ship with us on this occas
ion. Rev. B. A. Mack, the
minister; Program Commit
tee, Mrs. Berma Dunnegan,
Mrs. Pearl Holman, Mrs.
Louise Long.
D. C. VSITORS
Mrs. Inez Issam and her
four children of Washing
ton, D.C. motored down and
spent the week-end with her
parents and their grandpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Waymon
A. Harris of Rougemont.
REURNS TO SALISBURY
Sylvester Hall of Salibury,
has returned home after
spending several days with
his brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall, of
Todd St.
MISSIONARY COUNCIL
MEETING SET FOR 14TH
The Durham County Mis
sionary Council meeting will
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are rehearsing a lesson in
charm and poise with their
.instructor, Mrs. Brenda Nunn,
for the annual Taugadetta.
The Taugadetta is a national
project of Tau Gamma Delta
sorority to encourage talented
young women and to cultivate
high scholastic standards.
Thirty-five Junior High
School girls are vising
for the crown as "Miss Tauga
detta." The program will be
held at Shepherd Junior High
School Gymnasion Friday
evening, April 13, at 8:00 p.m.
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