1 THE CAROLINA TIMES SAT. FEBRUARY 14. 1976 f J. C. Central Univ. Recalls More Than 50 Years In The Arts "NCCU ArtUu: The Past 50 Years" will be the theme of the first show in North Carolina Central University's Museum of Art under the direction of Norman Pendergraft. The show opens Sunday at 230 p.m. and continues through February 29. Featured will be works by Dr. William A. Cooper, who graduated from NCCU in 1914 while the school was still the National Religious Training School and Chautauqua, by Ed years (Cooper's work was Wilson, who was for 12 years primarily done during the last chairman of the NCCU Art Department, and by Ernie Barnes, whose paintings are featured on the television comedy, ' Good Times.' Barnes was a student of Wilson. Other NCCU artists -alumni and faculty members -will also be featured in the show. The show is an observance of Black History Month, It celebrates not only the work of NCCU artists of the past 50 half century) but the university's brief but important contribution to the 200-year cultural history of the United States. Museum hours will be 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, 3 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, 12:30 to 3:30 Wednesday and Thursday. The museum will be closed Mondays, Fridays, and Saturdays, Group showings may be arranged by calling 683-6391 between 9 and 11 MO-EOS ICS DM a.m., Monday through Friday. Scenes from ' NCCU Artists:The Past 50 Years" I -A t -- .Y--"--''--1'i-'-AMt r tnf ' "i ' hi n'liip Tnnnnn-iijnrrmTTi--nri(iiiiiinwiiiii jcirjiiojiiiinnrinFinjriMiijoijiiii 'J I JU ' r"WtW"i, ''' I fr7in8-Sellcr$" Being Presented By NCCU's Ivcn Dixon Players "What the Wine-Sellers Buy," appeared this fall with the a powerful domestic drama by Durham Theatre Guild in "You black playwright Ron Milner, Can't Take It Wity You." will be presented by the Ivan "What the Wine-Sellers Buy" Dixon Players of North Carolina features a large cast of talented Central University for four NCCU students. Roosevelt performances on February 18 Wiggins, Jr., will be seen in the through 21, at 8:15 p.m, in B. major role of Steve. Me appeared N. Duke Auditorium, located on at NCCU in "Tambourines to the NCCU campus in Durham. Glordy" and "Our Town." Famed actor-director Ossie Steve's girlfriend, Mac Harris, Davis said of the drama, ' This is will be played by newcomer a play, Black and White Tammy Lee. America, must see - it has much Preston Foster, a senior to tell us both about our drama major seed recently in children.'" Dealing with the Tennessee Williams' "27 Wagons problems of growing up in urban Full of Cotton," will portray America, ' What the Wine-Sellers Steve's pimp brother, and Buy" concerns the struggles of a Steve's mother will be played by black youth, Steven Carlton, Roberta Hairston. Ms. Hairston who must choose between the appeared in a major role in easy life of a pimp at the risk of NCCU's "Tambourines to selling his own soul or the more Glory.' difficult ordeal of breaking the Settings for the show are bonds of poverty without being designed bv senior drama $Jj corrupting his ideals. 'What the Wine-Sellers Buy" exploded on Broadway at the Vivian Beaumont Theatre in 1974, establishing playwright Milner as a vital force in American drama. Another critic called the play, "humorous yet profound, emotional yet intellectual, immediate yet timeless. It is a total experience The NCCU Player production is being directed by Cornelius Bruce Butler, a senior drama major from Clinton. Butler, a familiar face to Triangle Area audiences, was seen recently in NCCU productions of "Our Town,' ' Tobacco Road,' and ' Five on the Black Hand Side.' He major William Lamar Frasier. Frasier, an experienced actor, is designing his first major production. He has acted in numerous plays at NCCU, and recently played Bo Decker in the Duke Summer Theatre's "Bus Stop' and Mr. DePina in the Durham Theatre Guild's "Vou Can't Take It With You." Thomas Jiles, Jr., will serve as production stage manager. Tickets for the production will become available on Monday, February 16th at mealtimes in the University cafeteria. For further information and ticket reservations, contact the NCCU drama department at 683-6242 in Durham. Dr. Billingsley To Speak At II. C. Central University Colonial Continued from page 6 share were based on an average of 3,817,718 shares of common stock outstanding. In 1974, the outstanding shares averaged 3,823,501. Ernest F. Boyce, Colonial's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, said one of the most encouraging aspects about 1975 was the continued stabilizing of many retail food prices. "Prices of many dry grocery items actually declined during the year with the result that the inflation rate of increase in dry grocery ' prices was less than 2 per cent by year's end' , Boyce said. "Double digit inflation has run its course, based on the strong evidence of a rebounding economy and renewed customer confidence at the close of 1975", Boyce continued. "I view last year's results as highly satisfactory, and we enter 1976 with a new note of optimism". Colonial is undertaking "the greatest expansion program in the history of the company" over the next five years, with a projected capital outlay in excess of $100 million. The program calls for the opening of 180 to 200 new stores, enlargement and remodeling of 35 existing stores, and the closing of 90 older, smaller stores. Also Kimmons To Become Continuing Education Director At Ohio School Dr. Andrew Billingsley, president of Morgan State University, Baltimore, will speak at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 13, as North Carolina Central University's department of history and social science observes Black History Week. Dr. Billingsley's lecture will be in the lounge of the Alfonso Elder Student Union. The speaker is an authority on the black family. He has written his subject, ' The family is basic. For in the Black community, contrary to what others have written about us, the family is by far the strongest institution we have. It continues to be the primary component of our efforts toward survival and iberation, and it is the key element in our struggle for positive human development." Dr. Billingsley is the author of ' Black Families in America," "Crisis in in social welfare from Brandeis University. He has served as an associate professor and as an administrator at the University of California at Berkeley, and was vice president for academic affairs at Howard University before joining the Morgan State staff. Dr. B. G.Burrell To Keynote Chain Banquet Dr. Berkeley G. Burrcll, President of the National Business League, will be the keynote speaker at the Durham Business and Professional White Chain's Annual Awards Banquet. Child The banquet will be held Welfare," "Children of the February 20 in the W. G. Storm: Black Children and Pearson Dining Hall on the American Child Welfare,' and campus of North Carolina "Black Families and the Struggle Central University. In addition Central University, has resigned for Survival: Teaching Our t0 BurreU's address, the banquet that position to accept a post as Children to Walk Tall.' will feature the presentation of director of the department of He holds a bachelor of arts awards to citizens and continuing education at Ohio's degree in political science from businessmen who have Central State University. Grinnell College, the master of contributed to the growth and Kimmons has been a member science degree in social service development of minority of the NCCU administration and fr0m Boston University, the business in this area within the faculty for three years. master of arts degree in las year. A film will also be His resignation is effective sociology from the University of shown that will trace the Michigan, and the Ph.D. degree See Burrcll on page 6 Phi Beta Sigma Presents Nine Awards To Outstanding Community leaders . Phi Beta Sigma, Inc. Alumni Chapter, Delta Zeta Sigma and Gamma Gamma, NCCU's undergraduate chapter presented nine awards to outstanding community leaders when it observed the 62nd anniversary of its founding on February 7 in the Alphonso Elder Student Union, NCCU campus. The awards were presented for achievements in the areas of Education, Social Action and Bigger and Better Business, target programs of the fraternity. Keynote speaker for the occasion was the Honorable James Hunt, Lt. Governor of North Carolina. Highlights of his address included pointing up the need for more consumer representation on the state's utilities commissions, the need for more assistance to black owned and black operated businesses that will ensure that they receive their fair share of the state's growing business economy and the need for employment of the more than 25 per cent of young blacks who are currently unemployed, even though they seek and are willing to work. Further, he praised the Sigma's for their leadership in these important roles of education, social action and bigger and better business. Community citizens receiving the Social Action awards included Mrs. Kathryn Blanton, author and teacher; Rev. Dr. Philip R. Cousin, minister of St. Joseph's A. M. E. Church, Durham County School Board member and active on the political scene; Dr. John Larkins, who has served in state government for more than 35 years and is a former member of the board of Trustees of NCCU; and the Honorable H. M. Michaux, Jr.. representative from Durham in the N. C. State Legislature. Education awards went to Dr. Annette Phinazce for her outstanding work in getting accreditation for the NCCU Library School and securing funds for the library program and growth; Dr. Theodore R. Speigner, retired Chairman of the NCCU Georgraphy department and for his public school leadership as school board chairman and Dean LeMarquis DeJarmon for his leadership in re-building the NCCU Law school after the disastrous fire in 1969, along with the law school's new addition and the appropriation by the N. C. Legislature for a new $2.5 million new NCCU Law School facility. DeJarmon is a member of Delta Zeta Sigma Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. !n the development of Bigger and Better Businesses, recipients were W..$H. McLaughlin for his newly renovated Neighborhood S,tore, an institution in Durham Tor years located at the corner of Fayetteville and Lawson Streets; and John H. Wheeler for the continuing leadership in the growth of Mechanics and Farmers Bank. Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity was founded in 1914 by A. Langston Taylor, Charles I. Brown and Leonard F. Morse on the campus of Howard University, Washington, D. C. Chapters of their illustrious Alumni are found throughout the country and in the international spheres. Program targets arc Social Action, Education, Bigger and Better Business and Project SAD (Signias Attack Defects) a joint effort of Signias and the March of Dimes. Richard Knight, president of the Alumni Chapter of Delta Zeta Sigma presided at the occasion; William Smith of Gamma Gamma Chapter of NCCU campus gave the welcome. I n s p 1 1 i n g music was presented by the inspirational """Singers of St. Joseph's A.M. E. Church under the direction of Vernon Jones A r e c e p t i on in honor of the awardecs followed the close of the occasion. IkKwC, Vf 5 - ill ROOSEVELT WIGGINS AS STEVE AND PRESTON FOSTER AS RICO. ' What The Wine-Sellers Buy" Feb. 18-21 at 8:15 in B. N. Duke Auditorium on NCCU campus in Durham. NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATORY POLICY AS TO STUDENTS Durham Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights and privileges available to students at the school. Although admission is selective and based on previous school . records, recommendations, interview and testing, the school does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origi.i, in the administration of its educational and financial policies, or in its athletic and extra-curricular programs. Anyone interested in Crawford at 489-9 11 8. sec iring further admissions information, please call Mr. Lee 1 jf AX. ar March l. DR.W,lL,E,K,MMONS igiWSM & J ' V M U 4( T Sty W &h Z7j Dr. Willie J. Kimmons, assistant vice chancellor for student affairs at North Carolina planned are expansion and other construction projects involving three division headquarters warehouses, the company's Spartanburg Dairy Center and a proposed frozen foods warehouse. The net effect of the stores expansion program will be Jo increase selling space by 52 per cent at the end of five ' years. Sales volume is projected to be at the rate of two billion dollars annually in 1 9 8 0. MEMBERS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL UNIVERSITY SECRETARIAL and Clerical dub and their supervisors' heard an address by the Rev. Percy High, pastor of Durham's Mount Vernon Baptist Church, as the group celebrated Boss Appreciation Day during the first week of February. Seated from left to right are Mrs. Velma Wilson, Dr. Waltz Maynor, Mrs.Efreda Woods, president of the Club, Mrs. Olivia Williams, Mrs. Marian Covington and Mrs. Hazel Davis. .. jx (C7C': Warning The Surgeon General Has Determined That Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous to Your Health. VNOLOt TOtMlOCO 19 mg. "lar", 1.3 1719. nicotine av. per cigarette, FTC Report MAR. 75. T '?2 - "1112m fx

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