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    ' v 8-THE CAROLINA TIMES SAT JANUARY 211976
Fayottovillo Stato Univ. Gets $65,000
Grant For Criminal Justice Program
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WHO'S WHO - Attractive Jylla Dean Moore, a 21-year-old senior
mathematics major at Livingstone College (Salisbury), is a dean's
list student who is listed in "Who's Who Among Students in
American Universities and Colleges." A native Salisburian, Jylla is
a 1972 graduate of Salisbury High School and the daughter of
Mrs. Vera Moore, and the late J. 0 Moore, of 1416 West Horah
Street. At Livingstone, she is head majorette and Basileus of the
campus chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, inc. (L. C. Photo by
Kelsey).
Durfiamfes Attend Baha'i
Workshop In Hemingway
M u h aj ir practiced
medicine in Iran and in
Indonesia before his
appointment as Hand of
the Cause of God in 1957.
The purpose of the
Southern teaching
campaign is to acquaint
Americans with the Baha'i
Faith, whose
Prophet - Founder,
Baha'u'llah, announced
that He was the Bearer of
God's Word for this age,
and Who proclaimed the
oneness of God, the
fundamental unity of all
religions, and the unity of
all the races of mankind.
Baha'is at the workshop
studied methods of
informing all classes, races,
religions and groups in
society about the fact of
Baha'u'llah's coming. They;
lso- discussed how ' the1
plan for a new world order
revealed by Baha'u'llah
relates to the promises of
God will be established on
the earth.
The Southern teaching
campaign is one part of a
nationwide plan aimed at
raising the number of
communities where
Baha'is reside in America
from 5,000 to 7,000.
FAYETTE VI LLE - Dr.
Charles A. Lyons, Jr.,
Chancellor of Fayetteville
State University announced the
receipt of a $65,000 federal
grant from the Law
Enforcement Assistance
Administration (LEAA),
Washington, D. C, for the
development of a new Criminal
Justice Program at FSU.
According to the
Chancellor, the 18-month grant
is designed basically for
planning curricula and the
development of Criminal
Justice specialty Tracks at F. S.
U.
A Director, Mrs. Jeannette
M. Allen, was appointed
effective January 1, the
Chancellor stated, and has
begun work.
A Chicago, Illinois native,
Mrs. Allen comes to
Fayetteville State University
from Kentucky State
University, Frankfort,
Kentucky, wheffc! the served
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MRS. JEANNETTE M.
as Assistant Professor in the
Criminal Justice Education
Department.
Mrs. Allen did
undergraduate work at Central
State University, Wilberforce,
Ohio, and completed the M.S.
Degree in Correctional
Psychology at Chicago, Illinois.
She has done, further study
at the University of Illinois,
School of Social Work; Ohio
State University; and Indiana
University of Pennsylvania.
Her previous employment
experiences include Assistant
Professor, Kentucky State
University; Assistant Professor,
Indiana University of
Pennsylvania; Probation
Officer-Cook County Juvenile
Court, Illinois; Psychiatric
Social Worker, . Ohio Youth
Commission; and Child Welfare
ALLEN Worker, Columbus, Ohio.
American U. Dean
Visits NCCU
County Schools
Registration Set
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Dr. Gregory Wolfe, dean of
University January 30 and 31.
Dr. Wolfe will speak to NCCU elsewhere.
students at 2 p.m. Friday, Jan.
30, in room 304 of the
Registration for kindergarten school,
and first grade in the Durham At registration parents will
County Schools will be held receive an appointment for
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the School of International """ ,cu'u"Jf nu.no F.c-wiuui icemng, a program
Service of American University, l 4 P-m" ??ients should ie&stet which involves vision and
Washington, D. C. will visit e 'glble children at the hearing tests as well as
North Carolina Central eJemetary school in their interviews.
uiiinci even u me Kinaerganen A lottery wU, be he)d j.
serving that district is located .Febr,... to r... the ,o
kindergarten classes presently
To be eligible for allotted to the county schools. A
Innrtproartpn a rhilH mnct hp cennnA lrvttar7 i.r11 kd UnA
university's C. T. Willis BuUding. fiye year$ fey Qctober (j He probably ffl
Informal conversations with must be six years oldv.by that any additional classes allotted by
students interested in graduate date to be eligible for first grade, the State Board of
study in international affairs will The only item parents' are urged Education. An early and
be a major part of Dr. Wolfe s to bring to registration is the . accurate count of children
visit. Dr. Golam Choudhury,
director of NCCLTs Center of
International Studies, said Dr.
Wolfe has announced the
availability of several fellowships
for black students.
Dr. Wolfe is a specialist in
Latin American affairs, and will
speak on "The United State in
the Western Hemisphere" at the
This glowing face belongs to NAOMI SIMS, the first black model to become a celebrity in her own
right In FEBRUARY MCCALL'S, Naomi gives a clue as to how she became and remains the flesh
and blood personification of "Black is Beautiful.' Describing a ' Makeup Plan for Black Women'',
Naomi notes that ' Black skin varies from palest ivory to deepest ebony, with many shades and hues
in between. Although there are many products on the market designed for black skins, it's still hard
for the individual black woman to match her skin tone exactly." Naomi's solution ?"Mix your ownl'
While it isn't easy and does take practice, the result is worth it. The key?"Don't simply emulate
another black woman. Be aware of your own face, get to know it, and bring out your own
individuality." It worked for Naomi - only 26, she's retired from modeling, has a baby and business of
her own, and has just published a book - naturally, it's about health and beauty for black women!
Hill-Wilson Exchange
Vows In Knightdalo
Mrs. Ola Holloway Hill of
Durham and William T. Wilson,
Sr., of Apex were united in
marriage, Saturday, January 17
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
wishing to enroll in kindergarteh Orlander Clark in Knightdale.
DR. RAHMATU'LLAH
MUHAJIR
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Scales
of Durham have
completed a special
two-day workshop in
preparation for a;5outhern
teaching campaign of the
Baha'i Faith.
T h e workshop,
attended by more than 50
Baha'is from the Southern
states, was held at the
Louis Gregory Baha'i
Institute at Hemingway,
South Carolina on January
24-25. Special guest was
Dr. Rahmatu'llah Muhajir
of Haifa, Israel. Dr.
Durham Student
Gets Honors At
Hovard Univ
Deborah Jean Peaks,
daughter of Mrs. Barbara Peaks
Berry, of 14-A Dorothy Drive,
has been named to the dean's
list at Howard University in
Washington, D. C. with a 3.9
grade point average.
A 1974 graduate of Hillside
High School, Deborah is a
sophomore journalism major in
the School of
Communications.
child's birth certificate.
If a child is presently next year is tal t0 county
attending a county schools school's planning, according to
kindergarten, his parents needn't Superintendent J. Frank Yeager.
register him for first grade. The He ured a11 Parents w!th el'gible
procedure will be handled by the ch,ildren t0 visit the aPPpriate
, school during registration week.
session Friday. The visit is
sponsored by the Center for County kindergarten classes
International Studies. year serve 713 children,
about 52 or those eligible.
Plans call for enough
ID
COLE who died Sunday Sat Djike
. Funeral services for Mrs. : H0 J
Iissie Walker' Cole omf
Otis St. who died Tuesday at BhoP Lcon 'nders
Mrs. Clark is the daughter of the
groom.
Preceeding the vows, Mrs.
Latelle Vaughan of Durham sang
'Through the Years." She was
accompanied by Miss Carletta
Jemison.
The rites were performed by
Rev. Howard Cunningham of
Raleigh the groom's minister,
Rev. L. A. Lyneh of Durham,
state-funded kindergartens to the bride's minister, assisted bv
serve all eligible children by the Rev. N. M. McMillan. The
fall of 1977. nupital music was played by
Professor Gilsmith of Shaw
University and James E. Wilson
of Raleieh, son of the groom
sang " My Task" and "O Lord
Most Holy.''
Clarence Wilson was best
man. Mrs. Carrie Hill,
daughter-in-law of Mrs. Hill and
Mrs. Melba Wilson were Mrs.
Hill's attendants. Valencia
Dantzler, granddaughter of Mrs.
Hill was flower girl and Jay
Wilson, grandson of William was
ringbearer.
For her wedding, Mrs. Hill
was attired in an ivory satin
dress with cathedral train.
A reception followed the
wedding in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Clark.
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DEBORAH JEAN PEAKS
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LETTER OF THANKS"
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The family of the late David Kay Williams
acknowledges with grateful appreciation your kind
expression of sympathy, prayers, flowers, food,
money, love, visits, calls and all that was shown to
them during their hour of bereavement and for' your
continuing prayers.
the Rest Haven Rest Home
were held Saturday at the West
Durham Baptist Church with
Rev. Harold Cobb officiating.
Burial was in Glenview
Memorial Park.
She was a member of the
West Durham Baptist Church
for more than seventy years,
where she was active in the
Senior Choir as well as other
aspects of the church life.
Mrs. Cole was employed
with the late Justice W. J.
Brogden family for forty years
or more.
Survivors include: one
brother, Chester A. Walker,
Durham; one sister, Mrs.
Louise Robinson, Irvington, N.
J.; seven nieces, Mrs. Rolivia
Blount, Durham; Mrs. Blanche
Simmons, Bronx, N. Y.; Mrs.
Gladys Maney, Kenilworth, N.
J.; Mrs. Theresa Glover,
Davenport, Iowa; Mrs. Shirley
Sneed, Landover, Maryland;
Mrs. Bertie Bates and Mrs.
Barbara Lewis, Durham; three
nephews, Joseph B. Walker,
Winston-Salem; J. Thomas
Walker, Durham; William C.
Walker, Petersburg, Va. and
several other relatives.
Courtesy of Scarborough
and Hargett Memorial Chapel
and Gardens.
CATES
Funeral services for Ben
Wiley Cates of 422 Sowell St.
officiating.
At an early age he joined
the Clegg's Chapel Baptist
Church.
Mr. Cates was united in
Holy Matrimony to Miss
Hannah Clayton.
He leaves to mounts a wife,
Mrs. Hannah C. Cates; one
sister, J Mrs. Sarah Cates
Vanderhorst, and a host of
nieces and nephews.
Burial was in the Glenview
Cemetery.
Courtesy of Scarborough
and Hargett Memorial Chapel
and Gardens.
CARD OF THANKS
- The family of the late Mrs. Hallie Edwards Baines or
Hpiifete,',fa., wishes td acknowledge and thank aTQieir
friends and neighbors for their kind expressions of sympathy
in the loss of their mother, grandmother, great grandmother,
aunt and cousin as shown by your cards, floral arrangements,
phone calls, telegrams and visits. May God continue to shower
His blessings upon each and everyone of you.
Mrs. Ida L Burthey, The Edwards Family, Morrison's and
Mrs. Wilma Milum
Card of Thanks
MORGANFIELD, KY. - Job
ICorDsman - Maioei' Purefav of
Wfeeejjfry thank everyortp362!& Keystone Place, Durham,
for their gift's of love, floral
tributes, food, cards and
strength to face the loss of ourl
PRECIOUS one. Your
thoughtful kindness and love
will always be remembered
The family of Mary Whitt
Bull6ck.
Major Purefoy
DURHAMITE
COMPLETES
KY. STUDIES
look part in the 199th
graduation exercise of the Singer
Breckinridge Job Corps Center
January 28, at Morganfield, Ky.
Corpsman Major Purefoy
successfully completed studies in
metal trades and plans a career
in the field of sheet metal.
POST-BIRTHDAY
PAIIlTi;iG SALE
CHERRY
Mr. Walter Cherrysof 608
Yancey St. died Frday at Watts
Hospital. The body has been
moved to the Scarborough &
Hargett Memorial Chapels &
Gardens pending completion of
funeral arrangements.
CROSS
Funeral services for Rev. J.
C. Cross of 1511 Wabash St.
who died Monday at his home
were held Saturday at the St.
Joseph's A.M.E. Church with
Rev. Philip R. Cousin
officiating. Burial was in Holly
Springs, N. C.
Courtesy of Scarborough
and Hargett Memorial Chapel
and Gardens.
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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
LIMITED OFFER!!!
He was the Greatest Black mover of American people in History!
This portrait of Dr. King is painted on black velvet in oil. You may
obtain this oil painting now while it is on sale for $16.00 (include
4 sales tax). Frame is included. Retailed for $30. Mail and send
check or money order for painting to: Mr. David A. King, P. O (
1437, Durham, North Carolina 27702.
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