XV "V ^\^!.
"If we must die . . . let it be with our backs against the
wall . . . but fighting back. " Claude McKav's famous words
echo more importantly to black people at the commence-
ment of the "seventies" than they ever have since he wrote
them. The new awareness of black men finds us fighting
back. We are waging our defense through armed insurrec-
tion, legal interpretation, passive demonstration, achieve-
ments, arid knowledgeable preparation.
It is to this latter attribute, knowledgeable preparation,
that Shaw University strives to remain a vanguard. This
institution interprets its role in terms of its people and the
communal and academic tools that are needed for the
struggle. The editor and his staff hope that this book will
give you a feeling of the flavor of our arena of preparatory
learning - PO WER TO THE PEOPLE!
Shaw University Library
Honorable Angie Brooks
Class of 1949 — Shaw University
When the General Assembly of ihe United Nations convened in September 1969,
the first lady president since Madame Pandi in 1953 was presiding. The Honorable
Angie Elizabeth Brooks had become president of the General Assembly for the 24th
A close friend said. "She started with nothing, but look at her now. " Two friends,
one the pastor of her Baptist church in Liberia, and the other Ihe minister's old
schoolmate who was then president of Shaw University, played an important role in
how she came to Shaw. The clergyman persuaded the president to grant Angie a
work scholarship on her promise that she would do almost anything to finish school.
At Shew she earned her way by cooking, washing dishes, scrubbing floors, doing
laundry, and just about any other chore that would assist her through the University.
She graduated from Shcrw with a degree in social science and earned two more
degrees at the University of Wisconsin, one in law and the other a masters in
political science. She spent two more years studying international law in London.
In 1954 Miss Brooks was called upon to fill a vacancy in the Liberian delegation
to the United Nations. She readily complied and thus began her distinguished career
in that body. During her rise to fame she never forgot Shaw University, her first step
in these United Slates. She has returned many times to her alma mater. On a 1963
visit she joined a "sit in " and helped call national attention to desegregation efforts
Shaw recently awarded her an honorary Doctor of Laws (LL.D.). for she has
depicted everything worthwhile in a Shaw student. It is with this same pride in our
own that we dedicate this 1970 Bear to the Honorable Angie Elizabeth Brooks —
Shaw University Class of 1949
Excerpts repnnted from "Shawensis Magazine." Vol. 2. #2
Table Of Contents
Homecoming and Coronation
Special Senior Section
Frats. Sororities. Etc.
The Editor Speaks:
Shaw University has Jong been a school of progressiveness whose
center of attention has been what it could contribute to the communitv.
In 1970, the year this university launches its 70 decade development
program, Shaw is more involved than it has ever before been with the
community. The Division of Extension Education has firmly
entrenched itself this year and shows nothing but promising signs. The
new mobile units to be utilized as communitv health information
agencies have been completed this year also. 1970 is furthermore the
year of Shaw's total commitment to the Southside community via the
Southside Urban Development and Educational Facilities Charette.
Shaw University will be pouring into the communities across the
country this year the resources and abilities of some of the nation's
most talented black graduates. It is my hope that as vou read the 1970
Bear, you will get a flavor of this University as we experience it. I
hope that you will be able to see how a tradition of high academic
principles and family unity have through the ages helped us ascend
from the Old to the New.
Kermit "KC" Burton
.•» . m : m- -■.
Miss Shaw University 1969-70
Miss Viola Ramsey
The 1969-70 Attendants
Miss Brenda Hofler & Miss Alice Brooks
The Omega representation
Mr. and Miss 1st Year Student
Miss A K A
Miss Men's Personnel Council
Miss Nu Gamma Alpha
Carol Gartrell - Miss Shaw 1968-69 gives farewell address
Miss Shaw l%9-70 Ascends the throne
The Royal Entertainment
Founder's Day Activities
that he might lift Godward his brother. "
The Founder's Dav Procession
The Founder's Day Banquet
'The Color and .
Profiles In Courage
The President's Message to The 1970 Graduates
We have left behind the tumultuous and exciting decade of the
sixties. We face the future and the seventies with a new hope and
expectation that man mil acquire deeper insights, greater compassion
and a sharper commitment to resolving some of society's basic problems
J he reforms which vou have inspired and prompted here, at Shaw
represent the beginning of a re-focus of higher education. It is clear
that I we are to develop an educational environment which develops
the characteristic excellence of which men are capable, we must con-
tinue to be effective self-critics.
We hope and expect that the graduates of 1970 will take their places
among the leaders of men. You represem the life-blood and the future
of our nation and of mankind We know that vou will serve well
Whatever may be your calling or vocation, always remember the
biblical injunction: "Whatever thy hand fndeth to do. do it with thy
President King V. Cheek
Anything for Reggie
Ralph will never change
The Foxy Freshmen "67"
True love, again
Those were the good ole meals
Ralph will never change
It's pony time
in the old Inn
The ladies of Estey Hall-"66-'67"
IT'S PARTY TIME!!!
Darrow the star "66-67"
Cool Dave, the Groover
What does Dean Coleman want now?
' e '
night in Tupper Hall
The only fox at the
party - "67"
Here's to the class of 70 "Hie"
A Groovy Room
Yo, Billy & Barb
A D.S.T. for "70'
William J. Anderson Groove Phi Groove - Bus.
Admin. — Amiivville. N.Y.
Ernes! Alexander Q^<i> - Bus. Admin. Palerson, N.J.
Onie Alston ASB - Physical Ed.
Martin L. Banks Jr. KA'I' - Mathematics Philadel-
Lendora Baldwin — Bus. Admin. Hliiie Plains, N. Y.
Shirley Barr - Bus. Admin. Kmgslree. S.C.
Joseph N. Bell fi4'<t> - Bus. Admin. Wilmington, N.C. Arneiihia Bethea - Sociology Elizabeth. N.J.
Doris D. Black 2*6
Bessie Boyd AKA
Beverly Doreen Brown
East Orange, N.J.
Willie James Brown G4>G
Linda C. Burney AKA
Kins I on, N.C.
Gwendolyn Burwell AKA
Stanley M. Cave III
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Quentm Chavis G<I>G
John Coleman Jr. G<I>G
West fie Id, N.J.
Paul R. Coleman
Brenda J. Couch
East Orange. N.J.
Linda C. Cox
Brenda J. Crawford AKA
Rosetta M. Crenshaw
Bus. Ad. & Economics
Man- L. Davis AKA
Faye Elaine Demory
Gloria Jean Dover
New London, Conn.
Margaret Imogene Eakins
Religion & Philosophy
Nellie Deborah Edwards A20
Souvonia Elleby A20
Marie Fonvtlle Z<I)B
Robert Fuller Garrison U^<b
Janice D. Gibbs
Bernice J. Hall
East Orange, N.J.
Lillie R. Herring
Brenda L. Hofler
Winifred C. Hughes
Gail B. Isom
Brian G. Jackson U'V^
7^ ^Vv ^^H
Maria A. Johnson
Fawcetle Tyrone Jones fi^<I>
Bronx, N. Y.
Travis E. Jones
C. Gwyn Kearse
St. A /bans. N.Y.
Nathaniel Ronald Knowles
New York, N.Y.
Oak Citv, N.C.
Morris Lark KA'-l'
Dorothy M. Lee
Eugene M. Leggett
Robert Long OBS
Health & Physical Ed.
Carol D. Loving
Robert L. McCleod
Bobby C. McCormack
Ruth M. McDowell
Nina B. Mack
Beverly L. Martin AK
Elizabeth Meeks SFP
East Orange, N.C.
Caleb Mitchell KA'4'
Beverly Couch Moore
East Orange, N.J.
Mildred J eatt Moore
Anne E. Moll SFP
Annie P. Petnis
Theresa Pitlman A26
Edgar Allan Poe Q,^^
Viola Ramsey — Miss Shaw — AKA
Ruby Ray AS 9
New York. N.Y.
Arthur J. Robertson
New York, N.Y.
Ml. Vernon, N.Y.
Judy Ann Ross
Sandra Y. Long Rovsler
Elizabeth City. N.C.
Lorraine R. Simmons
Howard Sims NT A
Lake City. S.C.
Lois Jean Smith 2rP
49 George E. Spence fi^pij)
Elizabeth City, N.C.
Claudia Spencer A20
Reginald Jerome Starker fi'I'*
East Orange, N.J.
Lee Art is Stevens
gQ Joyce Swingler AKA
Mildred Louise Vaughn
Patricia Ann Williams
Charles White KA^
Newton Grove, N.C.
Shaw University Library
. .■..^..•■- i-'-v
The overt hostilities of Civil War had barely ceased when Dr. Henry Martin
Tupper of Monson, Massachusetts, an honorably discharged chaplain of the
Union army, arrived in Raleigh with his wife Mrs. Sarah B. Turner The date
was October 10, 1865.
Less than two months later Dr. Tupper assembled a theological class in the
old Guion Hotel of Raleigh. Thus the reality that ultimately became The Shaw
University began - December 1, 1865.
The rapid growth of the theological class was a mandate to Dr Tupper to
expand his activities. With $500.00 he had saved while m the army he bought a
lot on the comer of Blount and Cabarrus Street. On this location he built with
assistance from his adherents a two story wooden structure from the trees he
and his adherents had cut from the forests. It was one of the largest buildings
of its kind in the city of Raleigh. It was called the Raleigh Instimte.
The site on which Shaw University now stands was purchased in 1870. At
the time of purchase it was called the General Barnnger Estate. In 1871 the
name of the school was changed to Shaw Collegiate Institute, a name it re-
tained until the Institution was chartered and incorporated in 1875 under the
name of The Shaw University.
Thirty five years after Dr. Tupper began the theological class in the old
Guion hotel the first theological degrees were confen-ed by the theological
Department of The Shaw University. In 1900 four students received the Bache-
lor of Theology (B.TH) degree.
The subsequent development of theological education at Shaw University
reveals an attempt to adapt to the changing demands of the ministry and to
appropnate significant changes occurnng in theological education in the na-
April 15, 1933 the School of Religion was established by an act of the Board
of Trustees of the Shaw Universiry. The cumculum involved a six year penod
of study upon completion of which the student received the combination Bach-
elor of Arts and Bachelor of Divinity degrees.
The combination A.B. - B.D. program was in vogue for 20 years. In 1953 it
was discontinued and replaced by a full three year program of theological
study leading to the Bachelor of Divinity degree. Possession of the Bachelor of
Arts degree was prerequisite for admission to the program.
Dunng the 1960-61 academic year another significant change occurred. Pnor
to this time theological education was always an integral part of the Shaw
University. In 1960-6 1 the School of Religion began to function as an indepen-
dent, autonomous body and the name was changed to the Shaw Divinity
School. It still, however, remained under the direction of the Board of Trustees
of The Shaw University.
Another milestone was reached in September, 1969 when the Shaw Divinity
School was chartered for the first time in its history. During the 1969-70 aca-
demic year a separate Board of Trustees was established and Dr. Paul H. John-
son, minister to the Martin Street Baptist Church, Raleigh, North Carolina,
was elected Intenm Chairman. Thus a new reality came into existence at the
Shaw University - a seminary separate by charter and governance from the
On May 12, 1970 the Board of Trustees of the Shaw Divinity School unani-
mously approved a three degree program for the Shaw Divinity School: the
Master of Divinity (M. Div.). the Master of Rehgion (M. Rel.) and the Bache-
lor of Theology (B. Th.).
James Z. Alexander
Leo J. Stillpass
Charles L. Coleman
John R. Manley
John W. Fleming
John D. Ellis
Norward P. Brodie
Raymond L, Lassiler
The former Dean. Grady D. Davis, and his
successor. James Z. Alexander
Dr. Davis was Commencement Orator
For 1969 In service Ministers Graduating Class
1970 In — service class for ministers
1969 Ministere Institute and Woman's Missionary Training Conference
Annual Theological Alumni Day
Dr. William Holmes Borders, Guest Minister
We're A Winner
We're a winner!
And never let anvbodv sav
"Boy. you can 'I make it
'Cause a feeble mind
Is in vour way. "
No more tears do we cry
And we have finally dried our eves.
And we're movin' on up.
Movin ' on up.
Lord have mercy.
We're movin' on up.
Movin ' on up.
We're living proof, and all's alert
That we're, too. from the good black earth.
And we're a winner!
And everybody knows it, too.
We just keep on pushin '
Like your leaders tell you to.
At last that blessed day has come
And I don't care where you come from.
We're all movin' on up.
Movin' on up.
Lord have mercy.
We're movin' on up.
We're movin' on up.
Movin' on up.
Lord have mercy.
We're movin' on up.
I don V mind leavin ' here
To show the world we have no fear.
'Cause we're a winner
And everybody knows it. loo.
We just keep on pushin '
Like your leaders tell you to.
At last that blessed day has come
And I don't care where you come from.
We're just gonna move on up
'Cause we're a winner!
TO BE YOUNG. GIFTED. AND BLACK
To be young, gifted, and black —
Oh. what a lovelv, precious dream.
To be young, gifted, and black —
Open your heart to what I mean.
In this whole world, you know.
There's a million boys and girls
Who are young, gifted, and black.
And that's a fact.
"KoM are young, gifted, and black,"
We must begin to tell our young.
There's a world waiting for you.
Yours is the quest that 's just begun.
When you're feeling real low
There's a great truth that you should know —
To be young, gifted, and black
Is where it's at.
To be young gifted, and black —
Oh, how I've longed to know the truth.
There are times when I look back
And I am haunted by my youth.
But my joy of today
Is that we can all be proud to say —
To be young, gifted, and black
Is where it's at!
The Administrative Council
Dr. Bertram Spector
Dr. King ('. Cheek — President
Mr Kenneth Bazzell
The Division Of Academic Ajfairs
Mr. Lenoir H. Cook
Mr. Clean F. Thompson
Mr. Joseph L. LeFrancois
Mrs. Bessie P. Dupree
Dr. Mark Atkinson
Dr. J. Gerard Neptune
Mr Willie L. Br\ant
Mrs. Martha W. Wheeler
Mrs. Joan B. Martin
The Division Of Student Affairs
Mrs. Elizabeth B. Cofield
Rev. Charles L. Coleman
Mr. Thomas Edward Kee
Mr. George Clements
Mr Raymond Lassiter
Mr. George Chunn
Mrs. Mary Spencer
Mrs. Lula tiles
Miss Daisv Clarke
Mr. James Cochran
Alfred T. Newkirk
Miss Sarah Sansom
Mr. Willie E. Jones
Mr. Lawrence E. Allen
Mr. William T. McCollum
Mr. Benjamin Merritt
Mr. Claude West
Mrs. Velma Clark
Mr Robert Powell
Mr Frank Belk
Nurse A Ithea Carter
Rev. William Bell
Nurse Martha Peacock
Nurse Vertabell Saunders
The Division Of Fiscal Affairs
Mr. J. Vernon Parham
Mr. Douglas Mallory
Miss Queen E. Lee
Mr. William Love
■^ Mrs. Elizabeth J lies
Mr. Bobby McClain
Mr O. A. Dupree
Mr. James Gambrett
Mr. Cornelia Hubbard
Mrs. Martha Bridgeforth
Mr. Willie Martin
Mrs. Elnora Kee
Mr. ,4lonzo Stevens
Miss Geneva Highsmith
The Division Of Development And University Relations
Mr. Oscar Smith
Mr. Romaltus Murphy
Mr. Olander Clark
Miss Johnnie Doulhis
Mr. Edward Silvev
Dr. Wilmoth Carter Mr WMam Riddick Rev. James Ale.xander
The Division Of University Extension Education
Mr. Eccles Leak
are not in
Miss Mildred Christmas
Mrs Linda Watkins
The Shaw University Trustee Board
C. Mehin Creecv. Jr.. A.B.. B.a. Rich Square, Norlh Carolina
Moderator. Beulah Association. General Baptist State Convention
John W. Davis. A.B.. LL.D.. New York. New York
Special Director. Teacher Information and Security
NAA CP Legal Defense and Education Fund. Incorporated
President Emeritus. West Virginia Stale College
Chancy R. Edwards. A.B.. B.D. D.D.. Favelleville. North Carolina
First Vice President. General Baptist State Convention
Minister. First Baptist Church
William R. Hudgins. L.H.D.. New York. New York
President. Freedom National Bank of New York
Paul H. Johnson. A.B.. B.D.. D.D.. Raleigh. North Carolina
Minister. Martin Street Baptist Church
Asa T. Spaulding. B.S.. M.A.. LL.D.. Durham. North Carolina
Past President. North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company
John W. White. A.B.. B.D.. D.D.. Asheville. North Carolina
President, General Baptist Stale Convention of North Carolina. Inc.
Minister. Mount Zion Baptist Church
Mrs. Ellen S. Alston, A.B., LL.D.. Raleigh. North Carolina
Executive Secretary (Retired) Woman's Baptist Home and Foreign
Missionary Convention of North Carolina
J. Melville Broughton. Jr.. A.B.. LL.B.. Raleigh, North Carolina
VICE PRESIDENT AND LEGAL COUNSELOR
J. W. Goodloe, A.B.. LED.. Durham. North Carolina
President. North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company
William H. Jones. Jr.. A.B.. M.A.. LL.D.. Elizabeth City North Carolina
Principal. Pasquotank County School
Terry Sanford. A.B.. LL.B., LL.D.. Fayetteville. North Carolina
Attorney-at-Law (Former Governor of the State of North Carolina)
Mrs. Mary Duke Semans. A.B.. Durham. North Carolina
John W. Winters. LL.D . Raleigh, North Carolina
Real Estate Broker and Builder
Warren Carr, A.B.. B.D.. Hinston-Salem. North Carolina
Minister, Wake Forest Baptist Church
J. Jasper Freeman, A.B., M.A., B.D. D.D., L.H.D.. Norfolk, Virginia
Minister. Queen Street Baptist Church, Alumni Representative
John R. Larkins, A.B., M.S. W., LED., Raleigh, North Carolina
Consultant, North Carolina State Department of Public Welfare
Howard L Mitchell, A.B., B.D., Gatesville, North Carolina
A SSIS TA N T SEC RET A R Y
Minister, Mill Neck Baptist Church
William C. Raines. A.B., LL.B.. LL.M.. New York, New York
John J. Theobald A,B,, B.S,, in C,E„ Ph.D., New York, New York
Vice-President, New York Institute of Technology
Richard Peyton Woodson, III, A.B., Raleigh, North Carolina
Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer
Occidental Life Insurance Company of North Carolina
Mrs. Rose Morgan, New York, New York
President, Rose Morgan's House of Beauty
Dr. and Mrs. King Virgil Cheek
Edilor-in-Chief of ihe 1970 Bear; The Omega Psi Phi
Fralernily Incorporated: Student Council 67. 68 Honor
Roll 67. 68; University Council 67. 68. 69; Board of
Publications 67. 68. 69 President's Roundtable 67, 68,
69; Debate Team 67. 68; Men's Personnel Council 68;
Dorm Proctor 68; Class President 67; Staff Aide 68,
69; Nu Rho Law Society 68; The Pre-Alumni Associa-
tion 68; Shaw Bear Staff 68. 69; Third Year Student
— Baltimore, Maryland.
-' ^iS *f1
Willie James Brown
As.s,stant Editor of the 1970 Bear; The Groove Phi
Groove Social Fellowship Incorporated; President of
the Class of 1970; Shaw Journal; Umversitv Chorale
Soctety; Men's Personnel Council; United Hertta.e
Gospel Choir; President Roundtable; Umversitv Coun-
cil; Fourth Year Student - Newark, New Jersey
Willie J. Brown
Edgar Allan Poe
'(A special editor's than k-vou for
having shown interest even after her
* Kevin Dilworth
*(A special editor's thank-you lo these people who worked so hard and diligently. Their spint. labor,
and personal support were major ingredients in the production of this book.)
Mr. Oscar Smith
Director of Universiir Relations:
Advisor to the 1970 Bear.
*(A special editor's thank-vou
to Mr. Smith who against formid-
able strains was a superb advisor
to the 1970 Bear and its editor.)
Miss Johnnie Douthis
Coordinator of Communication
Services for the Universitv;
Special Photographic Assistant
to the 1970 Bear.
*(A special editor's thank-you
To Miss Douthis whose service
and photographic knowledge
were essential in the produc-
tion of this book.)
The Bear Staff (October 1969 listing)
Smith, Debbie A.
•A special Editor's Ihank-you is also extended to these people, who at some time during the year
contributed an extra measure of effort and dedication.
Conrad H. Alston
Donald P. Ayers
Johnny H. Barnes
Susan B. Barnes
Carl I. Beamon
Cynthia A. Best
Shaw University Library
Lankford L. Blair
Lois O. Bnnkley
W. Joshlin Brunson
Vincent L. Carter
Vivian L. Cherry
f V") m
Madeline L. Cowling
Vema M. Daniels
Bruce E. Dillingham
Jo Ann C. Eason
Jo Ann Evans
Rosalin M. Flowers
Amaryllis N, Grogan
Elise E. Hawkins
Doris M. Jackson
Kenneth J. Johnson
Willie Mae Jones
Judge N. Kornegay
Evel\Ti P. Lane
Carolyn S. Lee
Alice L. Melvin
Maurice C. Mayer
Janet L. McCoy
Ernest B. Moore
Maggie M. Mooring
Charles C. Motley
Carol C. Mouzon
Janet L. Moye
Robert L. Myrick
Darryi M. Nixon
George L. Nichols
Joan M. Phillips
Tajuana V. Raines
Vicky L. Rogers
Michael L. Shorter
Galinda I. Simpkins
Daisy M. Smith
H, Cornell Snead
Audrey C. Stevens
Veraon H. Siocion
Sohndra A. Stone
Rebecca A. Ware
Gerald V. Williams
Ahce F. Watford
•Celia L. Albnnon
•Our Of .^phabelical Order
Miss Alpha Eta Omega
Miss Nu Gamma Alpha
Miss Theological Fraternity
Miss Phi Beta Sigma
Miss Physical Education
Miss Women's Personnel Council
Miss Black Pageant
Miss Nu Rho Law Soaety
Miss Sphinx Club
Miss Kappa Alpha Psi
Miss Alpha Kappa Alpha
Miss United Heritage Choir
Miss Shaw Villa
Miss Omega Psi Phi
Miss Shaw And Her Attendants
. . . The Casual Look
Miss Shaw. Viola Ramsey, Lady Brenda Hofler,
Lady Alice Brooks
Brenda and Alice
Under the hghts under the Dome
Our "Natural"" queen, with her attendants, in a natural setting
Miss Zeta Phi Beta Sorority
Miss Sigma Gamma Rho
Dr. Forrest W. Altman
Mrs. Patricia Caple
Mr, Edward R. Becken
Mrs. Elizabeth Czech
Mrs. Gwendolyn Chunn
Mr. Christopher I. Bursk
Miss Joyce Cook
Dr. R. K. De
Mrs. Frances Dubner
Dr. Patrick Elliott
Mrs. Nancv Elliott
Dr. Aaron Favors
Dr. Abdul-Hafez ElKordv
Mr. Norman Forer
Mr. Robert Finney
Dr. Kalyan Ghosh
Mr. Harry Gil-smythe
Mrs. Lillian Gould
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Miss Betty Henderson
Mrs. Wilhe High
Mr. Lawrence Gould
Mr. Onesmus Ireri
Mrs. Annie Hii
Mr. Dennis Jefferson
Mrs. Abigail KrystaU
Mrs. Nurrs- T. Johnson
Mrs. Marsuerite Jordan
Mr. Eric R. Krvstall
Mr. Warner Johnson
Dr. Mahmoud Khatib
Dr. Elizabeth Laizner
Mr. David Landsburg
Mr. Ira Mitchell
Mrs. Pearl Lee
Dr. Stephen Maddock
Mr. Norman Mitchell
Mr. Edward Lodi
Dr. Naman M. McMillan
Mr. Gerald Mulligan
Dr. Urabi Mustafa
Mrs. Sarah Sansom
Miss Almena E. Nunn
Mr. Charles Robson
Mr. Tayel E. Shehata
Mr. Kanti Patel
Mr. C. Lawler Rogers
Mr. Wilham Siembieda
Mr. Alonzo Stevens
Mrs. Carol Suskind
Dr. Shirley Tove
Dr. Dorothy Williams
Mrs. Mable Wright
Mrs. Esta Thomas
Miss Geraldine Turner
Mrs. Otilhe Yoksimovich
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■™^" Pill II ill
Lena Y. Bowie
Robert Lewis Cobbs
Norma R. Creecy
Elliol W. Green
Joseph R. Johnson
Mar\ S. Jones
Marv Lock amy
Essaie N. Moulongo
James Wiiham Roseboro
Motto: Friendship is essential to the soul
Founded: November 17. 191!
Where: Howard University
Who: Edgar A. Love
Oscar J. Cooper
Ernest E. Just — Advisor
The Omega Psi Phi Fraternitv Incorporated
A L e
The Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated
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The Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Incorporated
A K A
The Alpha Kappa Alpha Sororitv Incorporated
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Z $ B
The Zela Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated
The Iota Phi Epsilon Brotherhood
N r A
The Nil Gamma Alpha Gems Lid.
The Lampodas Club of Q •Uy /T\
The Pyramids of Delia Sigma Theta
The Plebian of Nu Gamma A Ipha
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The Sphinxmen Club o/ A $ A
'"'"i '• I 'iiliiMi^" .' ,
The Achronian Club of Zeta Phi Beta
The Crescent Club of Phi Beta Sigma
The Ivey Leaf Club of Alpha Kappa Alpha
The Aurora Club of Sigma Gamma Rho
Bear Of The Year
Dr. King Virgil Cheek
The editor and staff of the 1970 edition of the
Shaw University Bear had relatively no problems in the
selection of this year's "Bear of the Year." Although we had
many candidates from which to choose, it was clear to us
that none from any level of the Shaw family had contri-
buted as much to the spirit and direction of the University
in 1969-70 as had Dr. Cheek, our president. It is there-
fore only fitting that we should honor his energies
and commitment to the modern legend that is Shaw
University by acknowledging him as the 1969-70 Shaw
University "Bear of the Year. "
People . . .
And will keep on pushing"
"What play will make the alumni give more Clarke?
in study moments
"Smile. You're on Campus Camera"
"Alnght, confess: Who lei Howard Sims in here"
. m serious moments
"Sweet Mot from N.J."
. . . in playful moments
in busY moments . . .
"2)r. Cheek. Have you ined Excedrin?
■-5ri.j^.iUPWi".'.'i^ >Ti-J3Mi^ ■■ **»-•«
■*/?(j/j 0A( brother, rap on"
. flAjd/ quiet moments.
Mrs. Doris Anderson
Mrs. Gloria Cumbo
Miss Ernestine Jones
Miss Cornelia Montague
Mrs. Martha H. Moore
Mrs. Joann Norman
Mrs. Sheila Poole
Mrs. Mildred Pretty
Mrs. Luretha Rogers
Mrs. Frances Stephens
Mrs. Barbara Strickland
Miss Linda Turner
Mrs. Linda Watkins
The University Union and The New Women's Residence at Spring
Shaw Day at
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Saint Paul's A.M.E. Church
Shaw Day at Saint Paul's A.M.E. Church
The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Services
The Seventv-Decade Dinner
The Kappa Alpha Psi Annual
Freshmen Getting Upperclass Signatures
The Freshmen Talent Show
Dianne Choice and Hazel Mack
First Year "Bears" at the WRAL-TV "Dance Party"
"Plavina Baseball at the Meadowbrook Picnic"
Golf at Meadowbrook .
"First the challengers . . . and
then the Champ"
A different kind of ballgame at Meadowbrook
The Freshmen Orientation
"Do it Brenda"
"Do it Sly and Diane"
The Shaw Players And Company
H. B. admonishes, "Aw kiss her
"Alrighl, Get the D set painted!"
The Shaw Players and Company
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The Shaw University: A Historical Review
Henry Martin Tupper
A yearbook of Shaw University would not be totally acceptable without a refer-
ence to the history of the university. The past of this university is essential towards
an understanding of the present and future of the school. It is our fondest hope
that those of you who have attended Shaw University for any amount of time can
look at our history with utmost pride and rededication. and those of you who are
unfamiliar with the school can gain noteworthy insights into what heritage it is that
keeps Shaw University ever striving forward.
Kermit "K.C." Burton
Editor of the l^Jll) Bear
Before the smoke from the guns of the Civil War had fully settled, a recently
discharged soldier from the Union Army was en route to Raleigh on the first train
that passed over the rails of the Seaboard after the cessation of the hostilities. On
October 10, 1865, Henry Martin Tupper, native of Monson, Mas.sachusetts and
graduate of Amherst College and Newton Theoloaical Seminary, arrived in Ral-
On December I, 1865. in a room of the old Guion Hole! a few illiierale
ex-slaves sat at the feet of Tupper in a theological class. Out of this seed was
formed the adventure in higher education for the black man which pioneered a
new era in .Amencan higher education. It was thus that Shaw University was born.
By mid-summer of 1866. the Raleigh Institute was formed and housed in a
frame structure above a church built with student volunteer help and enrolling
seventy-five students for training as ministers and teachers. In 1870. the name was
changed to the Shaw Collegiate Institute and the present site was purchased.
That same year, construction was begun on the major building to be placed in the
center of the new campus. This building, Shaw HaU. was named for the benefac-
tor, who had provided the funds for the purchase of the new campus, and for
whom the school was named. Elijah J. Shaw of Wales. Massachusetts. Mobilizing
students. e.\-slaves and others, this impressive building was constructed entirely by
unskilled laborers who dug the clay, molded the brick bv hand, felled the timber
and erected a structure which was vivid testimony of the newlv freedman's deter-
mination to win his way into the ways and woof of American life.
Contrary to much prevailing pedagogical opinion of the time. Tupper conceived
of Shaw as an institution which would become a full fledged university. By 1875.
this vision was realized with the granting of a charter by an act of the General"
Assembly designating the mstitution as the Shaw University and stipulating that:
... no pupil or pupils should ever be excluded from the benefits arising" there-
from ... on accounts of race, color, or previous conditions of servitude.
To fulfill the hope of an educational institution whose services would be avail-
able to all . and which would contribute significantly to the rebuilding of a nation
divided by war and strife, the founder and the first president set out to establish a
faculty of distmguished, dedicated men and women, and programs of education
which would become known for their integrity and high quahty.
Seventeen years later Shaw had become a vital force in the region and the na-
tion. The Leonard Medical School was formed in 1882. and hreakma with the pat-
tern of medical education then m vogue, opened as a medical school with a four
year course of study based on a four year collegiate degree. Before the end of the
nineteenth centurs the university consisted of a school of medicine, school of
pharmacy, school of law. school of theology, school of ans and sciences, and a
normal school. To its campus came students from everywhere and its influence
was being felt as its graduates returned to their communities as physicians, phar-
macists, clergymen, lawyers, and teachers. Throughout its histon. Shaw has
played a leading role in the education of young men and women. Each year the
Shaw University leaves an indehble mark on the field of education and enhances
educational philosophies. More than 15.000 students have studied in its class-
rooms, and it counts among its alumni a large number of leaders throughout the
1965 became an important year in the school's history for it was in that year
that the university planned a new building program and a new academic outlook
called the "Shaw Plan of Education". The "Shaw Plan" is designed principally to
meet the pecuhar needs of the time m which we live. Now in its'fifth year of oper-
ation, the "Shaw Plan" has been labeled a success and is being imitated nation-
Under the leadership of a new president. Dr. Kjng V. Cheek. 1970 has been the
year when Shaw proved that aU learning does not take place m the classroom
and that our universities in this country must not seclude themselves from the
mainstream of the life of the nation. .'\s Shaw Uni\'ersity moves further into its
second century of service with pride and eager anticipation, we keep in mind that
"Education and Learning go hand in hand."
The United Heritage Choir
Dannv White — Biographical Sketch
Daniel D. White was born December 22. 1947. He is a graduate
of New Rochelle High School where he participated in the A & B
Choir. His music career began at the age of eight under the supervi-
sion of his aunt, Mrs. Ann Davis. In later years he was directed by
Loretta Madison. His love for music prompted him to participate in
his church choir and the all city choir. After transferring from Va.
Union University he joined the Shaw Chorale Society and later
formed the United Heritage Gospel Choir.
The United Heritage Gospel Choir: A Brief History
In the school year of 1968-69 a group of dedicated Christians would often
gather around the piano played by Mr. Daniel White and would sing to glorify
God through song. These students gathered around the piano after the rehearsals
of the University Chorale Society, after University prayer services, and any other
time that they could hft up their voices in song.
After a while Danny White took it upon himself to start a gospel choir. For a
while in the beginning thmgs went along smoothly, but after a while difficulties
began to set m and some of the choir began to split. This spht was the first unfor-
tunate defeat of the choir but Danny White did not caU it quits.
Early in the 1969-70 school year, Danny took it upon himself again to try to
start a gospel choir. This time thmgs looked good. At times there were more than
seventy-five students coming out for choir rehearsal. In the late fall of the year the
gospel choir changed its name. It became The United Heritage Gospel Choir.
Secure in this change and many others, the Choir moved on.
Later in the year the girl members of the choir got together and decided to
make gowns for the choir's first concert. On Friday. April 24. 1970 the Choir held
their first full University concert. The performance was widely acclaimed and
accepted. The Shaw community welcomes its new addition and wishes for the
United Heritage Gospel Choir continued growth and success.
A Look At the Old From the New
The Shaw Journal Staff
The United Heritage Gospel Choir
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Some Of Shaw University's Who's Who
The Pre- Alumni Club
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The Sophomore Class Officers
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The Student Council
Stanley R. Bailey
Mildred L. Bell
Robert T. Blalcemore
Jem L- Bovd
C\'nihia G- Brown
John F. Bryan
Barbara J. Burgess
Susie M. Burgess
Lionel Coleman Michael D. Connor Carolean Craia
Thomas Crowdus Charles Crump Sherman Crumpler
Diantha E. Curley
Bobbv Davis Chester Davis
Sumuel Li. Dias
/ Wayne M. Dunn
Frederick \\ . Ellis
Geopoe C. Ferguson
Debra L. Frails
Kav F. Farrar
Sally M. Galloway
Graylin T. Hajrston
Jeff L. Haie
Selane Hook Cynthia Hopkins
Richard Hunter, Jr. Timoth\ Jackson William Terr\ Jenkii
Brenda Johnson Catherine E. Johnson
Thomas O. Jone
W -"- <?
Roland R_ Lan^le
Raymond A. Mavnor. Jr.
Wanda K. Mitchener
Ezra M. Moore
Sharon P. Morse
Prencilla D. Murphy
Michael A. Sanders
Melissa Frances Smith Edward Sirand
Lillian Thompson Kalhleen V, Tillerv
Mary E. Tipton
Florence Tolliver Henrv Treadwell
John S Williams
Brenda W ilson
out of alphabetical order
The Alma Mater of the Shaw University
Hail dear old Shaw U,,
thy sons revere thy name;
Long shall thy works
be proud, undimmed thy
Time shall thy praises
sing, glory repay thy
And long thy praises
ring through all the
Noble thy hallways,
noble thy grassy plains;
Nobler the hearts of
men where thou dost
All we who love thy
name, stout hearts that
shall not fail;
All rise and loud
proclaim. Alma Mater
The Shaw University Student Directory
Adams Charles B.
Adams, Dianne M.
Adams, \ancv D.
Adams. \'icki J.
Adams, Zelda A.
Adderton, Donald V.
Albritton. Celia L.
Alexander, Anthon\ K.
Alexander, Ernest A.
Allen, Rufus J.
Allotey, Henry N.
.Alston, Conrad H.
Alston. Onie A.
.'Vnanoo. James K.
-Anderson. Bertha E.
.Anderson. Charles W.
Anderson, Donna E.
■Anderson. William J.
.Andrews, W'illa L.
Andrews. William J.
-Anthons. Eric P.
-Anyaehie. .Andrew .A.
.Archie. Johnnie R.
Armslead. Robert L.
Arnold. Brenda F.
.Arnold. Carolsn .A.
.Arrington, L\nne T.
Ashwood, Alfred C.
Atkinson, Mildred L.
Atkinson, Suzanne E.
Avant. .Sylvester L.
Avers, Donald P.
Avers. Richard T.
Bacot, Rodnev E.
Bailey, .Mary E.
Banks, James D.
Barber. Ernest N.
Barfield. Peres V.
Barnes. Johnns H.
Barnes, Susan B.
Barr. Janie M.
Barr, Shirlev A.
Battle. Curtis W.
Battle. John D.
Beachum, Stephen K.
Beamon, Carl I.
Beasley, Patricia .A.
Bell. Bobby J.
Bell. Charlie W.
2041 .5th Avenue. .\ew York. N. Y.
P.O. Box ,314. Woodland. N. C.
Kliy Smithfield St.. Raleigh. .\.C.
501 Coleman Street. Raleigh. \. C.
12 Bush .Avenue. Porchester. \. Y.
60V Ruth .Avenue. Dayton. Ohio
2S6 Mary Street. Englewood, N. Y.
25,3 No. 19th Street. East Orange. N. J.
1106 Swift Drive. Melbourne. Fla.
1011 Correll Street. Greensboro. N. C.
64-12th .Avenue. Paterson. \. J.
320 W. Run\on Street. Newark, N, J,
4,30 Van Siden Ave,, Brooklvn. N. Y.
TOO Grantland Drive. Raleigh. .\. C.
209 S. Ha\ivoDd St.. Raleigh. N. C.
609 Chamberlain St.. Raleigh. N. C.
57.34 Walton Avenue. Philadelphia. Pa.
P.O. Box 63. Accra, Ghana
Horseroad 48, Accra. Ghana
463 First Avenue. Elizabeth, N. J.
549 E. Hargett St., Raleigh, N. C.
9 Pratt Street. Hampton. Va.
1016 \, Ward Blvd.. Wilson. N. C.
104 .Seawell Avenue. Raleigh. N. C.
Rt. 2. Box 240. Franklinton. N. C.
1012 Broad Avenue. Greensboro, .\. C.
190S Bates Street. Raleigh. N. C.
10 Melod\ Lane. New York. N. Y.
Rt. 2. Box 60. Ayden, N. C.
517 Pennsylvania .Ave.. Rocky Mount. N. C.
219 So, 9th St,', Newark, N. J.
200 W. 102nd St.. New York. N. Y.
213.3 Home Drive, Charlotte, N. C.
45 Traverse Avenue. Portchester. N. Y.
Bldg. 1-13C. Matlock Street, Paterson. N. J.
Rt. 2. Box 370. Lillington. N. C,
P,0. Box 428. Pageland. S. C.
2W1 .Montgomery St.. Brooklvn. N, Y,
Rt. 1, Box 63-B. Four Oaks. N, C.
13 Boiling Street. Sierra Leone. West Africa
Rt. 6, Box 192, Greenville, N. C.
7 Chavis Way. Raleigh. N. C,
911 Staunton Ave.. Roanoke. Virginia
14 Kimble Street, Edison, N. J.
316 W. Garner Rd.. Garner. N. C.
1121 Staple St., N,E., Washington, D, C,
1191 Park Place. Brooklyn. N. Y.
2680 8th Ave.. New York. N. Y.
1401 Christmas Court. Raleigh. N, C.
112 William Street, Portchester, .N. Y,
450 E. 4th Street. ,Mt. Vernon. N. Y.
19 Primrose Street. White Plains. N. Y.
Rt. ,3. Box 186. New Bern. N, C.
544 Tremont Avenue. Orange. N. J.
223 N. Hobart Street. Philadelphia. Pa.
1224 Beaverbrooke Dr.. Gastonia. .\. C.
37 Franklin St.. N.E.. Washington. D. C.
Post Office. Benson. N. C.
1327 E. Yerkers St.. Philadelphia. Pa.
125 Presidential Blvd.. Paterson, N. J.
Rt. 2. Box 198-B. Grifton, N. C.
618 Pennsylvania Ave., Rocky Mount. N. C.
P.O. Box 478, Kingstree, S. C,
912 Day Avenue, Burlington. N. C.
39 Mildred Terrace, Vau.x-Hall. N. J,
71 Madonoa Place. East Orange. N. J.
5018 14th .St.. N. E,. Wa.shington. D. C.
.38th Street. Gifford, Fla,
377 McDonough Street, Brooklyn. N. Y
383 E. 141st. St.. New York. N. Y.
Rt. 4. Box 144. Ahoskie, N, C,
11,37 ,S, State .Street. Raleigh, N. C.
103 .Midland .Avenue. Portchester. N. Y.
Rt. 1. Box 274-A. Hillsborough. N. C.
407 N. 10th Strcl, Wilmington. N. C.
Bennett, Bertram G.
Benson, Brenda L.
Best, Cynthia A.
Best. Ronnie L.
Bethea, Edgert L.
Billingsley. Alan C.
Black, Doris D.
Blackwell. Willie L.
Blair. Lankford L.
Blake. Y'sonne C;.
Blakemore. Robert T.
Bland, William A.
Blanks. Brenda A.
Blanton. Willie F.
Blow. Samuel ,A.
Boardman. Bradles \\'.
Bolden. Jennifer J.
Booker, BeserK D.
Bowie, Lena \.
Bo\d. Bessie N.
Boyd. Jerri L.
Boye. Emmanuel .A.
Braces, Henrv N.
Bradles. Franklin O.
Bradlev. Sallie .M.
Branch, Bettie J.
Branch, \i\ian D.
Bridges. Yvonne J.
Brinkles. Lois O.
Brinson, Elbert M.
Brock, .Marsin .A.
Brooks, Willie J.
Broome. Queen M.
Broomer. Dannv E.
Brown. BeserK D.
Brown. Csnthia C
Brow n, Edwanda
Brown, James E.
Brown, Joan S.
Brown, John Lewis
Brown, Judv L.
Brown, Linda R.
Brown, .Michael II.
Brown, Ruth L.
Brown, Willie J.
Browidee. Thomas H.
Brunson. \\ illie J.
Bryan, John F.
Bryant, Donald S.
Bryant, Jean D.
Bryant, Lee R.
Buckers. Ronald C.
Bumpers, James C.
Burgess, Barbara J.
Buckrham. C:lifton E.
Burgess, James T.
Burgess. Susie .M.
Burgess, Veronica L.
103 Midland Avenue, Portchester, N, Y,
Rt, 2, Box 65A. Cumberland, Va.
189(i 7th .Avenue. New York, .\, Y,
50 E, 102nd St,. New York. N. Y.
1542 N. Franklin St.. Philadelphia. Pa.
2410 Sth Avenue, New York, N, Y.
807 E, Green Steet. Wilson. N. C.
103 Herring Road. LaGrange. ,N. C.
450 Catherine Street. Elizabeth, .N. J.
211 N. Irwin .Avenue, Charlotte, N. C
40 Laurel .Avenue. Trenton, N. J.
9 Weber Drive, Portchester. N. Y.
1724 Wilmart Street. Rockville. Md.
904 N. 41st Street, Philadelphia. Pa.
94 Sunnyside Court, Milford, Conn,
Rt, 2, Box ,309, Lillington, N, C.
1440 R. Avenue. Riviera Beach, Fla.
.569 S. Marks Avenue. Brooklvn, N. Y,
180 Troy .Avenue. New York. N. Y.
2S N. 16th Street. East Orange. N. J.
1104 Kitt Place. Raleigh. N. C.
l-35th Street. S. E.. Washington. D. C.
126 N'alley St.. N, Tarry town. N, Y,
226 Hillside Avenue, Newark, -\, J,
Rt. 1. Box 272. Riegelwood. N. C.
Rt. 1, Box 3,30, Fannsille, Va,
926 Dumont ,Avenue, Brooklvn, .N. Y.
1.34 Carver Road. Baltimore. Md.
.38 \Voodside .Avenue, Freeport, N. Y.
2504 Otis Street. Durham. N. C.
1624 Hungary Road. Richmond. Va.
931 Pine Street. Plainfield, N. J.
.3305 Branch .Ave., Richmond, Va.
.5302 2nd St.. N. W.. Washington. D. C.
Rt, 2. Box 28, Clarksville, Va,
617 Edgewood Ave,, Trenton. N. J.
1820 Umstead St.. Charlotte. N. C.
1706 Spottsslvania St.. Richmond. Va.
2202 N. Gratz St.. Philadelphia, Pa,
48 Wayne' .Avenue, Trenton. N. J.
403 Ivey Street. Roxboro. N. C.
Rt. 1. Box 122. Pendleton. N. C.
Rt. 1, Box 122, Pendleton, N. C.
1,323 Tatnall St,. Wilmington. Del.
1 S. Lincoln Court. Wilmington. N. C.
Rt- 2. Box 43 IM. Jacksonville. N. C.
P O. Box 1225. Hamilton. Bermuda
1516 Gunn Street. Charfotte, N. C.
204 Still Street. Chnton, N. C.
.508 Bailey Drive. Raleigh, N. C.
Rt. 2. Box (i.5-A, Arapahoe. N. C.
32 Brook-wood St., East Orange, N. J.
Rt. 2. Box .32-S. Rose Hill. N. C.
716 Campbell St.. Wilmington. N. C.
Route 1. Willow Springs, N. C.
2307 E. 14th Street. Brooklyn. N. Y.
239 Urban .Avenue. Westburv. N. Y.
114 Leslie Street. .Newark. N. J.
,372 S, Water Street, Joliet, III.
Ill Davidson Street. Lexirigton. Va.
1130 Pierce Street. Washington. N. C.
272 S. 11th Street. Newark. N. J.
312 Finch Street, Wilson, N, C,
P,0, Box 178. Brunson. S. C.
Rt 5. Box 49-N. New Bern. N, C.
Rt. 1. Box 55, Selma, N. C.
Rt, 2. Box .3.58, Princeton, N. C.
Rt. 1. Box .55. Selma. N. C.
31 Leonard St., Apt. 16-N, Brooklsii, N. Y.
140 E. Delavan Ave.. Buffalo. N. Y.
4001 Yadkin Road. Fayetteville. N. C.
103 Neuse Circle. C.oldsboro. N. C.
21.37 Rock yuarry Rd,. Raleigh, N, C,
6,33 Osliorn Street, Brooklsii, N. Y.
629 fith St„ N, W,, Washington, D, C,
9^)0 Anderson .Ave.. Bronx .52, N. Y.
Burkhalter, Paul S.
Buriie\. I.inda C.
Bums, (ieneral J.
Burrell, Jamfs \\.
Burton. Darius A.
Burton, Kermit C
Burton, lAicille B.
Bur\vell. (^wendolxn R.
Butler, Shirley L.
C'ald\\ell, Thoma.s P.
Campbell, \lthea D.
Cainpbt'li, Herbert L.
Campbell. Robert H.
Cannad\, Robert A.
Cannadv Robert R.
Caniiion, James R.
Carey, Ro\ S.
Carroll, Volanda A.
Carter, Brenda J.
Cave, Stanley M.
Character. Leonard C.
Chasten, Samuel Nixon
Chavis, Quentin P.
Cheek. Ametta D.
Cheek, James E.
Chem, X'ivian L.
Chishlom. Brenda S.
Chishlom. Pamela D.
Choice, Judith D.
Clapp, Joan H.
Clark. Delores M.
Clark, Lannie H.
Clarke, Jilma E.
Cla\1on, Debra L.
Clements, Delores H.
Clemmons. Jeffre\ V.
Chbum, Joyce B.
Cofield, Elsie C.
Coleman, Jocelyn P.
Coleman, Paul R.
Coleman, Willis P.
Coles, .\Ima J.
Colson, James M.
Commodore. Ruth A.
Connor, Michael D.
Conyers, Carol\-n B.
Cook, Deborah D.
Cooper, Gregory S.
Cooper, Judy L.
Cooper, Ronald E.
Copeland, Gerri H.
Corbin, Christine L.
Cotton, Gloria E.
Couch, Be\erlv A.
Couch, Brenda J.
Cowan. Jouette M.
Cowling, Larry A.
Cowling, Madeline L.
Cox, Linda C.
Cox, Nellie G.
Craig, Carolean C.
Crawford, Brenda J.
Creecv, Br\ant D.
Creecy, Charles M.
Creecv, Hollis F.
Creecy, Jerome M.
Creecv, Norma R.
2^X51 W'ickham Ave.. New York. N. Y.
KMW Desmond St.. Kinston. N. C.
P.O. Box KM. Buri;aw. N. C.
5 lm;rahaiii Street, Hempstead L, L. N.Y.
1304 Burton Ave.. Sharon Hill, Pa,
:i3(X5 Leit^htnn Ave.. Baltimore, Md,
20()4 Chatwick Dr.. Greensboro, N. C.
909 Seabrook Rd.. Raleigh. N. C.
1425 Orniomi Avenue. Camden, N. J.
1715 Pnx-tor Road. Raleigh. N. C.
f>»8 Tracy Drive. Charlotte. N. C.
524 Wales Aveiuie. New York. \. Y.
432 East K)5th St.. New York. N. Y,
2816 8th Avenue. New York. N. Y,
4307 Ethland Ave.. Baltimore. Md.
5fi'2 Herman .\venue. Asheville. N. C.
215 S. 9th Avenue. Mount Vernon. N. Y.
154^8 Henr\' Street. Palm Bay. Fla.
123 Lincoln Street. Danville. Va.
572.3 Kenneth .Ave.. Cincinnati, Ohio
322 Linden A\enue, Oxford, N. C.
406 E. Ohio Avenue. DeLand, Fla.
309 Lafayette gave.. Brooklyn, N. Y.
101 Somerset Street. Newark. N. J,
Rt. I. Box 361, Chinguapin, N. C.
Rt, 4. Box 394, Sanford. N. C.
411 West Church Street, .\ngier. N. C.
4522 Baughmon Courts. Newport News. Va.
1014 E. 2I8th St., Bronx, N. Y.
Rt. 1. Box 6,5-B, Windsor. N. C.
P.O. Box 742, Coeymans, N. Y.
115 E. Walnut St.. Gastonia, N. C.
P.O. Box 218. Boston. Ga.
2927 N. Armistead Ave.. Hampton. Va.
6111^ 8th Street. Laurel, Md.
Rt. 1. Box 31, Kelford. N. C.
71 Haverhill .\ve.. North Kingstown, R. L
2821 Newark Drive, Raleigh. N. C.
335 Winthrop Street. Brooklyn. N. Y.
Rt. 4. Box 420. Wilmington, N. C.
2123 N. Woodstock St.. Philadelphia , Pa.
2315 Gamer Road, Raleigh. N. C.
524 Mosely Lane, Raleigh, N. C.
524 Moselv Lane, Raleigh, N. C.
2220 Gilbert Street, Charlotte. N. C.
599 Evergreen Ave., Brooklyn. N. Y.
24 Wilkins Street. Hamden. Conn.
417 S. Elmer Street, Westfield. N. J.
R.F.D. Box 16. Warfleld, Va,
230 Windsor Avenue. Westfield, N. J.
7 Maple St., Apt. C. White Plains, N. Y.
17926 S. W. 102 Ave.. Miami. Fla.
2215 Walcott Place, Richmond, Va.
12417 Westbooker Blvd.. Chester, Va.
2014 Stratford Ave.. Neptune, N. J.
llo3 173rd Street. St. Albans, N. Y.
2101 English Drive, Charlotte, N. C.
167 S. 10th Street, Newark, N. J.
870 Putnam .\venue. Brooklyn. N. Y.
3467 S. Kemper Road, .\rlington, Va.
110 Elliott Place, East Orange. N. J.
Rt. 1. Box 218. Merritt, N. C.
38 Willow Street. Portchester, N. Y.
ia3 N. 55th Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Rt. 2, Box 273C. Ahoskie, N. C.
408 Olmstead Avenue, Bronx, New York
13a3 Carohna Street, Wilson. N. C.
22 Melrose Avenue. East Orange. N. J.
22 Metrose Avenue. East Orange. N. J.
505 Weaver Drive, Goldsboro, N. C.
307^34th Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
625 E. Park Avenue, Trenton 10. N. J.
625 E. Park .Avenue. Trenton, N. J.
Rt. 6. Box 1196. Sanford. N. C.
20 Catherine Slip. New York, N. Y.
109 Grant Street. Chapel Hill, N. C.
.5816 Kennedy Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio
2300 5th Ave.. Apt. 3E, New York. New York
P.O. Box 526. Rich Square, N. C.
Rt. L Box 526. Rich Square, N. C.
P.O. Box B. Sunbury, N. C.
P.O. Box 126, Rich Square, N. C.
P.O. Box 526, Rich Square, N. C.
Crenshaw. Rosetta M.
Oomwell, Ollictic D.
Crowdus, Thomas .M.
Crump. Charles D.
Grumpier. Sherman L.
Crulcher, .Sharon H.
Curley, Diantha E.
Czech, Valentine A.
Daniel, Jean C.
Daniel. John L.
Daniels, Michael F.
Daniels, Verna NL
Dash. Cherryl L.
Davis, .\lfred L.
DaWs, Anna K.
Davis, Charlotte R.
Da\is, LaSandra S.
Da\is, Linda Y.
Da\is, Marv L.
Da\is, Soloman T.
Davenport, Richard L.
Day, Madison L.
Dean, Martha J.
Dean, Rovslon L.
Deas, Joseph R.
Debnam, Kay F.
Dempsev, Gar\ L.
Dennis, Blonnie P.
Dias, Samuel V.
Diggs, Jerome H.
Dickerson, Michael L.
Dillingham. Bruce E.
Dilworth, Kevin C.
Dixon, Edna C.
Dixon, Phillip E.
Douglas, Stephen B.
Dover, Gloria J.
Downing. Cynthia L.
Draughn, Hassell L.
Dravlon, Phillip H.
Drummings, Marv E.
Dnimmond, George T.
DuBerry, Ronald E.
Dublin. .Michael L.
Duck, Dorothy K
Dunn. Doris A.
Dunn, Wayne L.
Dunn, Wayne .M.
Durant, Frankie L.
DuVal, John A.
Eakins. Margaret L
Earl, James M.
Eason, Jo.Ann C.
Easterling, Scipio B. T.
Edmunds. Eric R.
Edwards. Frank D.
Edwards, Jewvl .\,
Edwards, Nellie D.
Rt. 1. Box I5L Broadnax, Va.
458 Ea-stern Parkway. Brooklyii, N. Y.
5S2 E. Lenoir Street. Raleigh. N. C.
713 S. Chestnut St.. Mount Olive. \. C.
4401 .Airline Blvd.. Chesapeake. Va.
1254 W. 35th Street. Indianapolis. Indiana
II Weber Drive. Portchester. N. Y.
Rt. 6. Box 228. Plant City. Fla.
Rt. I. Box .50. Harrellsville, N. C.
1660 Fountain Drive. Raleigh. N. C.
Rt. 1. Box 168. Hurdle Mills. N. C.
Rt. 1. Box 130-D. Dorchester. S. C.
.508 Tartan Circle, Apartment 22. Raleigh. N. C.
228 West Green St.. Franklinton. N. C.
187-18 Keeseville Ave.. St. .Albans, N. V.
12.53 N. 24th Street. Philadelphia. Pa.
187-18 Keeseville Ave., St. Albans. N. Y.
1861 -12th Court, Riviera Beach, Fla.
69 Clarkson Ave.. Brooklvn, N. Y.
Rt. 2. Box 222, Newport. N. C.
11U31 166th Street, New York. N. Y.
1514 Pulaski Street. Portsmouth. Va.
721 East Avenue. Stuart. Fla.
2312 Edison Street. Charlotte, N. C.
14 George Hopkins, Melbourne. Fla.
378 Dewey Avenue. Hampton. Va.
Rt. 2, Box 43-A. Franklinton. N. C.
Ill W. 114th St.,#5E, New York, N. Y.
914 Rankin. Wilmington. N. C.
76.5 E. 16.5 Street. Bronx. N. Y.
988 Goodwin Line. Spartanburg. S. C.
P.O. Box 57, Townsville. N. C.
P.O. Box 712. Clarkton, N. C.
309 Lafayette Ave., Brooklvn. N. Y.
102.5 Langham Ave., Camden. N. J.
710 S. Benhow Road. Green,sboro, N. C.
.360 E. 26th Street, Brooklyn. N. Y.
B^3 Washington Ter., Raleigh. N. C.
23a5 Rock Quarry Rd., Raleigh. N. C.
2213 Van D>ke Avenue. Raleigh. N. C.
1022 Sycamore Street. Weldon, N. C.
5223 Webster Street. Philadelphia. Pa.
604 Mock Street. Winston-Salem, N. C.
3.3.5 S. 10th Avenue. Mt. Vernon, N. Y.
4408 16th Street, Washington. D. C.
1.34 Badger Avenue. Newark. N. J.
612 E, 6th Street. Plainfield. N. J.
172-20 133rd Avenue. Rochdale Village. N. Y.
Rt. 1, Box 2,56. Diegelwood. N. C.
2320 Hamilton Street. Bartow. Florida
764 E. 105 St.. Brooklvn. N, Y.
804 W. Sedgwick St., Philadelphia. Pa.
277 Montclair Ave.. Vaux Hall, .N. J.
807 S. 12th Street. Newark. N. J.
67 Eddy Road, Roosevelt, N. Y.
109 Thames Street, New London, Conn.
11.32 Pierce Street. Washington. N. C.
1411 Leggett Road. Rocky Mount. N. C.
7021 N. W, 10th Ave.. .Miami. Florida
602 Kershaw St., N.E., Aiken, S. C.
1702 Fountain Drive. Raleigh, N. C.
1108 4th St.. N.E.. Washington, D. C.
313 Sunset Drive. Chapel Hill, N. C.
551 E. Lenoir St., Raleigh. N. C.
Rt. 5, Box 77. Raleigh, N. C.
728 Fitzgerald Dr.. Raleigh, N. C.
11^ W 137th Street, New York, N. Y.
.393 Dumont Avenue, Brooklvn, N. Y.
1 Webster Drive. Portchester, N. Y.
1.305 N. Hodge St., Siler City. N. C.
270 Oak Street. Pa-ssaic. N. J.
60 Woodside .Avenue, Freeport, N, Y.
-3241 Harvey Ave.. Cincinnati, Ohio
322 Richmond .Avenue, Burlington, N. C.
P.O. Box 45. Simburv. N. C.
1803 Liberty Place, Raleigh, N. C.
434 Springdale .Ave., East Orange. N. J.
Rt. 1. Box 90. Woodland. N. C.
Rt. 3, Box 270, Smithfield. Va.
312 Moore Street, Fayetteville. N. C.
2202 Nashville Ave.. Portsmouth, \'a.
E\ans, Jo Ann
Eye, Michael E.
Farland, Phillip C.
Fraiser. Charles A.
C;allo\va\. Sall\ Jane
Cambrell, Stephen M.
Gary, U illie
Gibbs, Lessie D.
Gooden, Kav L.
P.O. Box 625- Howland, \. C.
IS Byrd Road, N'orwalk, Conn.
50-14th .\veuue, Newark. N. J,
.S.3 Coolidge Avenue, .\mitvville. X. Y.
420 Beatties Ford Rd., Charlotte, N. C.
519 East Bragg Street, Greensboro, N. C.
241 S. Regent Street, Portchester. N. Y.
241 S. Regent Street. Portchester. N. Y.
Rt. ]. Box 272. Oak City. N. Y,
1S14 Thomas Street, Richmond. Va.
2517 Atlee Street. Winston-Saiem, N. C.
506 lith .\venue, Behiiar. \. J.
231 Jacobs Street. Clinton, N. C.
Rt. 1, Bo.v 166. Turkey, N. C.
Rt.l, Box 88. Beulaville, N. C.
918 S, East Street. Raleigh. N. C,
309 Brooks Street. Chapel Hill. N. C.
P-0. Box 154, Magnolia, N. C.
Rt. 3, Box 29. Roxboro. N. C.
152-15 125th Ave.. New York. N. Yr
22fil St. Matthe\\ St.. Henderson. N. C.
Rt. 1, Box 218. Halifax. N. C.
818 Bunche Drive. Raleigh, N. C.
1,500 Dawes Street. South Plainfield. N. J.
186*15 Mangin Avenue. St. Albans, N, Y.
1627 Patton Avenue, Charlotte, N. C.
3635-13th Street, N.W., Washington, D. C.
22 N. 61st Street. Philadelphia, Pa.
50 E. 104th Street, New York. N. Y.
116-117 166th Street. Jamaica, \. Y.
1102 Williams Street. New Bern. N. C.
417 Killian Street. Waynesville, N. C.
45 A\()n Avemie, Newark, N. J.
Rt. 2, Box 255, Siler City. N. C.
38 Fountain Ave., Trenton. N. J,
40 Willow Street. Portchester, N. Y.
25 Middle Rose St,. Trenton. N. J.
316 Marsh Street. Beaufort, N. C.
506 Pollock Street. Beauford. N'. C.
328 Bay Street. Mullins. S. C.
1023 Jerome Road, Durham, N. C.
5923 Osage Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
705 New Street, Eden, N. C.
110 Union Avenue. Mt. Vernon, N. Y.
470 1st Street, North Birmingham. Ala,
118 Burnham Street, Hartford, Conn,
Rt. 1, Box 273. Hampstead, N. C.
611 S. East Street, Raleigh, N. C.
611 S. East Street, Raleigh. N. C.
Rt. 2, Box 130, Scranton, S. C.
505 E. Branch St.. Benson, N. C.
Rt. 1. Box 248, Pacolet, S. C.
Rt. 3. Box A-i5. Enfield. N. C.
140 Halsey Street, Brooklyn, N, Y.
1006 E. Martin Street. Raleigh, N. C.
636 S. 5th Ave.. Mt. Vernon, N. Y..
5822 Reed Street, Hyattsville. Md.
504 Bailey Drive, Raleigh. N. C:.
1236 Burke Avenue, New York, N. Y.
P.O. Box 241, Hartsville, S. C.
3310 18th St. N.E., Washington. D. C.
7220 Mt. Vernon St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
301 Bedford Avenue, Mt. Vernon, N. Y,
205-1] 111th Road, Hollis, N. Y.
Rt. 3, Box 194, Siler City, N. C.
2257 Cecil .\venue, Baltimore. Md.
1313 Meadowbrouk Dr.. Kinston. N. C.
481 Dunn Stret. Durham. \. C.
408 N.W. 10th Ave, Pompano Beach, Fla.
Rt. 2, Box 36. Washington, N. C.
889 Belmont Avenue, Philadelphia. Pa.
Rt. I. Box .145. Castle Havne. N. C,
482 Dearborn Ave., Davton, Ohio
1831 N. Newkirk St.. Philadelphia. Pa.
Box 548. Bell Arthur, N. C.
5th Street. Indiantown, Fla.
Rt. 5. Box 377. Burlington. N. C
43-44 Kissena Blvd.. Queens. N. H,
20 9th Avenue, Newark. N. J,
915 Ho\\ard Avenue, Mamaroneck, N. Y.
Hackett, William M.
Hairston, (iravlin T.
Hall, Bernice J.
Hampton, Jo\ce A.
Harrellson, Jessie .\L
Harris, James A.
Harris, Mar\ L.
Hill, Sandra D.
Hinton, Hazel P.
2.570 N,W. 16th Ct., Ft. Lauderdale. Fla.
410 E. 105 Street. New York,' N, Y.
2060 N. Cherr\ St., Winston-Salem. N. C.
134-07 Cheney St., Queens, N. Y.
992 Williams Ave., Brooklyn. N. Y.
321 Preston Street, .\uhurndale, Fla.
.3418 Mordecai Street, Durham, N. C.
Rt. 1. Box 75. Heath Springs. S. C.
3418 Mordecai Street, Durham, N. C.
Rt. 2, Box 55-A, Seven Springs, N. C.
102 St. Augustine Ave., Ralei,gh, N. C.
Rt. 1, Box ,33. Bartow, Fla.
3 Weber Drive, Portchester. \. Y.
2167 Penelope St., N.W., Atlanta, Georgia
348 Centre Street, Trenton. N. J.
Rt. 1, Box 364, Chapel Hill. N. C.
142 W. Sidney Ave., Mount Vernon, .\. Y.
515 S. Harrison St., Arlington, Va.
811 Maple Lane. Wadesboro, N. C.
1819 Newcastle St.. Charlotte, N. C.
675 Burnside St.. Orange. N. J.
78 \. Oraton Parkway. E. Orange. .N. J.
3012 Graland Ave.. Richmond, Va.
192.3 W. C:he\v Ave.. Philadelphia, Pa.
280 Maple Street. Brooklyn, N. Y.
1105-108th Street. Amory. Mississippi
2342 E. Hills Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa.
827 S. State Street. Raleigh, N. C.
8171.2 Pavie Ave., New Bern, N. C.
1634 Fountain Dr.. Raleigh, N. C.
31.50 16th St.. N.W.. Washington, D. C.
3500 Hazelhurst Ave.. Richmond, Va.
11 Ford Street, Greenville, N. C.
Rt. 4, Box 185. Louisburg, N. C.
2206 \. Graham St.. Philadelphia. Pa.
1340 Branch Street. Raleigh, N. C.
4.50 S. 12th Street. Newark. N. J.
5229 Locust Street. Philadelphia. Pa.
7904 Essex, Chicago, 111.
10 Quinton Street. Belleville, N. J.
456 Madison Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
120-A Bainbridge St., BrookKii, N. Y.
485 Lenox Avenue. New York. N. Y.
62.3 E. Green Street. Wilson. N. C.
147 Patchen Ave.. Brooklyn. N. Y.
7210 Upland Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
2.317 E. 14th Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
45 Fairview Avenue. New York, N. Y.
114 Smithfield Street. Raleigh, N. C.
Rt, 1, Box 6, Lumberton, N. C.
16820 N.W. 24th A\e.. Miami. Florida
420 Ayars PL. Apt. D., Chester. Pa.
3107 Edgewo(}d .\ve.. Richmond. Va.
612 N.W. 1st. Ave.. Hallandale. Fla.
70 Prudy Avenue, Portchester, N. Y.
1,50 W. 174th St., Bronx, N. Y.
188 Lawrence Place. Paterson, N. J.
19.36 2nd Street, N.W., Washington, D. C.
H-8 Washington Ter., Raleigh, N. C.
Rt. 2. Box ,529. Louisburg. N. C.
1129 Rome Street. Petersburg. Va.
.39 State Street, Hackensack, N. J.
.30.3 Fowie Street. Raleigh. N. C.
H30 Coleman Street, Raleigh, N. C.
33 Charlame Place. Boston. Mass.
,302 E, Preston St.. Selma, N. C.
411 S. 12th Street. Newark, N. J.
m) York Street. Brooklvii, N, Y.
219 East Union St.. Kingston, N. Y.
2712 Bruce Place, S.E.. Washington. D. C.
(UO E. Crosier St., Akron. Ohio
829 QuiiK\ St., N.W., Washington, D. C.
2.38 Center Street. Mamaroneck. N. Y,
Rt. 1, Box ,52. Blue Ridge. Va.
Star Rt.. Box 2-3, Murfreesboro. N. C.
,52(H Colorado Ave,, N.W.. Washington, D. C.
4404 Braeside Court, Lanham, Md.
822 Manly Street, Raleigh, N. C.
7,340 Dotson Lane. Glen Burnie, Md.
1218 E. Barringer .St,. Philadelphia. Pa.
Rt. I. Box 2,57. St. Pauls. N. C,
340 Pine Street. Camden. \. J.
I3I-,55 227 nd Street. Laurclton. L, I.
Imiiii. (.ail B.
JackM.n. BilK R.
Jackson. Bnnda J.
JackMiii. Duria M.
Jackson. Klijah J.
Jackson. Michelc E.
Jackson. Orlandus P.
Jackson. Shirlcv M.
lackson. Sle\c (..
Jackson. Thomas A.
Jallah. Pelcr B.
lames. Teresa II.
James. Tonax is
Jenkins. William T.
Jenniriiis. Deborah E.
Jiles. Henr\ G.
JohnsiMi. .\lice S.
Johnson. Brenda J.
Johnson. Deborah K.
Johnson. Frankie L.
Johnson. Jacqueline D.
Johnson. Jean C.
Johnson. Jimnn C.
Johnson, John R.
Johnson. Larrx J.
Johnson, Lero\ J.
Johnson, Lero\ S.
Johnson. Phyllis .\I.
J()hnson. Rodolph D.
Johnson. Walter Lee
Johnson, Wanda L.
Jollex. Robert (..
Jones, Constance N\'.
Jones, Herman S.
Jones, John O.
Jones, Lerov P.
Jones. Mary S.
Jones, Myron .VI.
I Jones, Rub\
Jones, Thomas H.
Jones. Thomas O.
Jones. Toiii J.
^ Jones. Willie .M.
(ill CiokiM.m \\ciii.c, Drlaridi.. Fl.i
(ill llnrlnn \m- , \cu iMuhcllc. N. V
2IS km^ Slicrl llcrllcird. \ C.
21(111 Park ilill Dr. I'ittsl)ini;h. I'a.
.iSlid l.cc llenjhls liK.I , Cicvclaml. Ohio
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I'd U,,s :(,! WImI.mII, \ (
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(id Vonkcrs Nxcnuc \nnk,is, \ ^,
M2.T Paltiin ( inlc> I Knilirs,,ii, \ (
12 Lcvinuloii \m- , MiinUl.iir, N |
•il.Td Hrii.id\\a\ =1.S,S. Nc« ^ork, \ ^
472 Madison Ave. I'atersim. \ [
22.1 W. 2.5lh .Street. U inslim-Salcni, \, C
41 Hi Meade St , \ K , W ashini,ton. D. C.
«3.5 Central \\euuc, Chester. Pa,
.5T2S Chestnut Street. Philailclphia. Pa
l«)l Tee Dee Street, Halcii;!.. N, C,
.\-l»!J Craven Ter.. New Bern. .\. C'.
I2,i Lincoln Ave.. Apt. HtO; Trenton. N. J.
Mt I. Box lU. Shipman. Va.
ISSI C;lcnha\cn A\e.. Athens, Georgia
■32(1.5 W , Danphin St.. Philadelphia, Pa.
P.O. Box 1H2I. Monrovia. Liberia
15(1 E. 94th St.. Brooklyn. \. V.
7.S N IHth Street. East OranRe. \. J.
42 WashintTton Place, Teatieck, \. J,
4.52 S. Main Street, Franklinton. \. (
Rt. 2. Box 442, Williamston. .\. C.
1310 Greenwood Street. Scotland Neck. .\. C.
8<S(1 Bo\ iiton .Axeniie. Bron.\. .\ew York
11(16 S. Blonnt St.. Raleigh. \. C.
16 Blackhnrn Street. Berrvville. Va.
Rt. 1. Box 281. Victoria. Va,
8(1(1 Pine Street. Cambridge, Md.
2527 R(X'k Quarrx Rd.. Raleigh, N. C.
'341(1 Garland .\ve,. Richmond, Va.
4.312 De.xter Street, Philadelphia. Pa.
44-C Dutch Place. Hartford. Conn.
281(1 Elm .Avenue. Portsuiotith. Va.
415 .Mulberry Street. Weldon, N. C.
91.3 N. 27th St.. Richmond, Va.
144 E. 29th Street. Brooklyn. N. Y.
2915 Montrose .Ave,. Richmond. Va.
P.O. Box 7,59. Zebulon. N. C.
11(16 Avery St.. Morehead City, \.C.
96 Elmore .Avenue, Englewood. \. J.
185-25 Dunlap Ave.. New York. \. Y.
24S-8th Ave.. S.W.. Hickory. .\. C.
129 Lorraine St.. #1C. Brooklyn. \. Y.
2915 Montrose Ave.. Richmond. Va.
R,F,D, #2. Lindsay Rd.. Seneca, S. C.
312 S. Bloodworth St.. Raleigh. .\. C.
P.O. Box 122. 312 Leta St.: .Auburndale, Fla.
395 Hawthorne Ave,. Newark. \'. J.
11(17 Dnev .St.. South Bend. Ind,
228 .Meeting Street. Georgetown. S. C.
.5321 W, Walton Ave,. Philadelphia, Pa,
25 Kipp Street, Xesvark. \, J,
4(1(1 Bergen Street. Newark. \. J.
Rt, 2. Box 14-D. Amherst. Va,
266-,5(l 8th St„ Newark, .N, J,
■325 Oakland St.. Trenton. N. J.
614 8th St.. .Melbourne, Fla.
17,5-47 .Mnrdock Ave,. St, Albans. N. Y,
2115 '1 • St.. N.E. #11. Washington. D. C.
266 Lamou SL, FavettevtIle,-N^C.
.3(X1 Pine Street. Smithfield. \. C.
2911 C.lenwoixl Avenue. Raleigh. .\. C.
414'2 New Rand Rd,. Garner. N. C.
702 Martin Street, (jreensboro. N. C.
1(10 Bart Street. Raleigh. \. C.
Cochran Rd.. Rt. 46. Lawrenceville. Va.
Rt. 7, Box .324. Reidsville. N. C.
1042 Hoe .Avenue. Bronx, N. \.
217 E. Lenoir St.. Raleigh. N. C.
828 .Murray Street. Newbern. N. C.
118-:3n IWlthSt. St, Albans, N, Y,
69 C:ortland Ave.. New Rochelle. N. Y.
els' 4th St.. N.E., Washington, D, C,
1129 Tinton Ave.. New York. N. Y,
Rt, 2. Box ,3'3.5, Franklinton, .N, C,
162 Carteret ,Ave.. Jersev Citv, N. J.
Joseph. Denise Ellen
Jovner. Hettx V.
Jo\ ner, Marilyn
Judkiiis. \ ertna
kearsc, Deborah S.
Kemp, (George -Mc(-o\
Kendall. Jean P.
Keltler, John I.,
King, Be\erls J.
King, Donald \'.
King, Larrx C.
Kornega\, Judge N.
Kngblenu. (ieorgc O.
Kwabbi, |oseph K.
Lac\. C'l\ tcmnestra
Lac\, \\ ilson
Langley, Roland R.
Lee, C;arol\Ti S.
Lee, Dorothy .M.
Lee, Doroth\ ,\Iae
Lee, Milton E,
Lewis, Thomas N.
Lockam\, Frederick D.
Tockamx, MeKin K.
L\ nch, ('arol
L\ nch, Mark S.
.McVdoo. Eb ira
McCMoud, S\ Ixester
McC'ormick, Bobb\ C.
-McCor\e\, James, Jr.
2.129 .Sanders \w ( h.nloll,, \ (
1422 Grey Avenue. Evanston. Ill,
■346 E, l(15th St,. New York. N. Y.
HI 2, Box idO, Walstiaibnrg. N. C.
Rout.' 1. Willow Springs, N. C.
1 i'l Mriliii,- Avenue, Trenton, N J
(>ld i: ( oitis Street. I.in.lcu, \, j,
51(1 Bridge Street, Smjlhlield, N, C.
1(1 Id 10th SI,, Long Island, N. Y.
171 21 III') \\ciiue, SI, Mliaiis. N. Y,
111 I ( liallum Road. Baltimore. Md,
i 118 K, Lane Street, Raleigh, N, C,
,306 Parkinson Ave,, Trenton. N, j,
24,39 .Montrose .St,. Philadelphia. Pa,
1014 Parksidc Ave. Ilamplon, \a
1228 E, Corin Blvd,, ,South Bend. Ind.
117 Hull Street. Brooklyn. N. Y.
179-36 Scliner Rd,, Jamaica, N, Y,
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Baxsid. \ I
iiith It, 'lid In, I
1 DilKvMi, \a,
, W.ls,,u, N ( ,
,51 Will,,u Slii'ct. I',
20141 47th \x
516 E, PennsxKauia \\c,.
HI 1 li,,x
716 i: Green Sliv
I idd E, Edenton St„ Raleigh. N, C.
2IKI W U3 St, «9M. New York, N, Y,
Ht I, I5,ix 546. Trent, III. N. C.
Ghaii.i IClnlias-.x. Washington. DC.
P,() H.ix 74, Bladenboro, N, C,
P,0. Box 74. Bladenboro. N. C.
P.O. Box 74. Bladenboro. N. C.
150-12 178th St. Jamacia. N. Y.
9241 llou.gh Ave,. Cleveland. Ohio
83 St, Nich,ilas Place. New York. N. Y.
16 E. ISth Street, Linden, N. J.
206 E. Butler St.. Clinton. N. C.
15 Rembert Street. .Natchez. Miss.
1S02 Phillips Ave.. Greenslmro. N. C:.
Rt. 1. Box 183. Oak City. N. C.
409 Doxvner Street. Weslfield. N. J.
P.O. Box 684. Woodland. N. C.
-■5055 Bouck .Avenue. Nexv Y'ork, N. Y.
.501 East 24th St.. Paterson. N. J.
Box 1223. Pinehurst. N. C.
1404 Poole Road. Raleigh. N. C.
401 N. Fayette St.. Alexandria. Va.
Rt. 1, Box 65. Aulander, N, C.
,'39 Wayiie .Axemie. Trenton. N. J.
Rt. 2. Box 265. St. George. S, C.
187 Old Rose Street. Trenton. N. J.
921 .Myrtle Avenue. Brooklyn. N. Y.
.501(1 Cannon Road. Loris, S. C.
1226 Magnolia Ave.. Camden. N, J.
,50 E, l(14th Street. New York. N, Y,
70:54 Booker Drive. Seat Pleasant, Md,
800 Macon Street. Brooklxn. N, Y,
Rt, 1, Box 26,5. Blanch. N.C.
508 Branch Street. Benson. N. C.
,5(14 Branch .Street. Benson, .\. C.
504 Branch Street. Benson. N. C.
P.O. Box 25, EHand. N. C.
2619 Daxis Street. Raleigh, N, C.
Rt. 1. Box61-B, .Milton. N. C.
51 1 Sylvia Street. Statesville. \. C.
2003 E. Ohio St.. Plant City. Fla,
735 Kentuckx .Ax'e., S.E.. Washin»gton. D. C.
1503 Alleghenry Ave.. Philadelphia. Pa.
203-06 100 Avenue. Hollis. N. Y.
8715 S. Wabash. Chicago. Illinois
916 Audubon ,\vemie. Goldsboro. N, CJ,
General Delixerx, KHand. \, C:.
7328 E, W ainnt Lane. Philadelphia, Pa,
2568 7th Axe,. Nexv York, N Y
1(X55 E, 224th .St.. Bmnx. N, Y,
269 S. Clinton St,. Es.sex. .Nexv Jersev
,56,36 Malcolm Street. Philadelphia. Pa.
Rt. 1. Box 24. Rose Ilill. N, C,
1613 Proctor Road. Raleigh. N. C.
Rt. 2. Box 549. Raef,)rd. N, C,
2910 Bx, Park East Bronx. N. Y.
3,39 Henderson Street. Oxford. N. C.
Rt. 3. Box :32(1. Clavton, N. C.
McDonald, Patricia A.
McDowell. Ruth M.
McGee, Denni.s E.
Mclnlyre, Albert, Jr.
McKov. John Charies
McKoy, Shirley A.
McMillan, Bruce LeVan
Mack, Hazel M.
Mangum, Stella Jean
Masten, Allen C.
Mike, Rett ye
Mills, John E.
Mitchell, Willie T.
Mitchell, Yvonne L.
Moore, Joe Willis
.Moore, Portia F.
.517 Decatur .St.. .\,VV.. Washuigton, D. C.
109 Lovette Road, Lumberton, N. C.
1101 Campeau Street, South Bend, Ind.
112-29 20-lth Street, St. .Mbans. N. Y.
Rt. 2, Bo.x 424, Jacksonville. N. C.
22 Roosevelt Street, Hartford. Conn.
5909 Cedar Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
2.500 Gilmer Avenue, Winston-Salem, N. C.
P.O. BoxSll.Goldston, N. C.
Rt. I, Bo.\2fi2, Indiantown, Fla.
719 S. Main Street, Marion, S. C.
898-C Garden Street, Hartford, Conn.
Rt. 1, Box 11.3. Holly Springs, N. C.
212 N. Glenn Street, Mt. Ohve, N. C.
117-42 221st. St.. Queens, N. Y.
Rt. 1. Box 230-B, Lillington, N. C.
125 Spearman Street. Lumberton, N. C.
407 E. 10th Ave., Roselle, .\'. J.
60 JefFress .Avenue. Asheville, .\. C.
60.3 McNair Street, Durham. N. C.
Box 49 Railroad St., St. Pauls, N. C.
Rt. 1, Box .325. Ervvin. N. C.
P.O. Box 28. Moyock. N. C.
1016 Shepard Dr.. Rocky Mount. N. C.
51 Hudson Street. Bennettsville, S. C.
412 27th Street. Winston-Salem, N. C.
159 Central Avenue, Hackensack, N. J.
179-28 137th Ave., New York, N. Y.
4.38 E. Stallings St., Clayton, N. C.
Rt. 1, Box .562, Raleigh, N. C.
P.O. Box .581, Ape.x. N. C.
Rt. 1. Box315. Calhoim, Ga.
3415 Carver Road. Winston-Salem. N. C.
355 E. 9th Street. Winston-Salem. N. C.
2200 Madison Ave. #9F. .New York. N. Y.
■502 Wall Street. Sanford. N. C.
.307 N. Holly Street. Chattanooga, Tenn.
1 1 Weber Drive. Portchester. .\. Y.
Rt. 3. Box 65. Pittsboro. N. C.
111-43 180th St.. St. Alban.s. iN. Y.
Rt. 1, Box .369-C, Chapel Hill, N. C.
311 AUenhurst Ave., Neptune. N. J.
.3019 Franklin Court. Fort Mever. Fla.
195 Nagle .Avenue, New York. N. Y.
1570 Montgomery St.. Rahway. N. J.
240 S. 9th Avenue. Mt. Vernon. N. Y.
904 E. Edgerton St., Dunn, i\. C.
P.O. Box 312, Hillsborough, N. C.
35-14 99th Street, New York, N. Y.
Rt. 3, Box 514-Y, Wilson, N. C.
Roseboro, N. C.
1541 Gunhill Road, Bronx, N. Y.
821 Grantland Drive, Raleigh, N. C.
Rt. 3. Box 402, Snow Hill, N. C.
1708 Nevada Street, Lumberton, N. C.
428 Queens Road, Gastonia, N. C.
1.380-F University .Ave.. Broax, N. Y.
1708 Carolina Street, Gary, Ind.
Rt. 4. Box 9. Windsor, N. C.
Rt. 1, Box 202, Ruffin, N, C.
315 Hoke Street, Raleigh, N. C.
1121-IOth Street, West Palm Beach, Fla.
17 Shepard Avenue, Ea.st Orange, ,\. J.
7(M Grantland Drive, Raleigh, .N. C.
18 .Nassau Place, East Orange, N. J.
1400 E. Davie Street, Raleigh, N. C.
218 S. Swain Street, Raleigh, N. C.
1631 Slater .Avenue, Fayettevllle, N. C.
18 Jackson Street, New York. N. Y'.
1432'^ "Q" Street, Washington, D. C,
953 Dekalb Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
■3566 Eastchester Rd., New York, .N. Y.
1000 Rock Quarry Rd^, Raleigh, N, C,
3209 Rita Lane, N.W.. Hunts-ville, Ala.
1117 Walnut Street, Raleigh, N. C.
Rt. 4, Box 14.5-E, .Aho.skie, N. C.
1864 California St., N.W.; Washington D, C.
2027 .Syracuse Drive, Charlotte, N. C.
65 Florida Street, Buifalo, N. Y.
1005 Church Street, New Bern, N. C.
KX)5 Church Street, New Bern, N. C.
24,59 79th Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa,
.Morgan, Larry C,
■Morgan, Mars E.
Morris, John R,
.Morris, Rudolph E.
Myers, William G.
Myrick, Robert L.
Newton, .Mary M.
Nichols, John R,
Ogur, Ouma B,
Parker, Donna J.
Perdue, Betty R.
Phifer, Regina P,
108 Bowry Street, Elizabeth City, N,C,
2705 O'Kelly Street, Raleigh, N. C.
5201 Kansas Ave., N.W., Washington, D. C.
391 Sampson Avenue, Hampton, Va.
1228 46th St.. S.E.. Washington, D. C.
.361 W. 121st Street, New York, N, Y.
126 Little Street, Duquesne, Pa.
103-09. 218th Place. New York, N. Y.
87 Hampton Street, Asheville. N. C.
192 Sands Street. Brooklyn, N, Y.
2502 N. Heritage St., Kinston, N. C.
1128 E. Haines St., Philadelphia, Pa,
317 McDade Street, Chapel Hill, ,N. C,
Rt. 1. Box 231, .Arrington, Va.
1209 Holman Street. Raleigh, N. C.
491 E. Milton Avenue, Fahway, N, J.
Rt. 1, Box 11, Bolton, N. C.
P.O. Box 431, Kingstree, S, C.
Rt. 3, Box 209, LaGrange, N, C.
424 Randolph St., N.W., Washington, D. C.
410 E. Hines Street, Wilson, N, C.
Rt. 3, Box 103, Thomasville, N. C.
760 3rd .Avenue. Bartow, Fla.
29.37 Avenue, W., Brooklyn, N. Y.
.3812 20th St., N.E., Washington, D. C.
843 E. 131st Street, Cleveland, Ohio
Rt. 1, Box 47, HarlevTille, S. C.
7.36 Lunar Drive, Raleigh, N. C,
Rt. 1, Box .342, Hallsboro, N. C.
410 E. 105th Street. New York. N. Y.
2641 Stanton Rd.. S.E.. Washington, D. C.
123 Shore Street. Petersburg. Va.
44.3 E. 186th Street. New York. N. Y.
2130 Madison .Avenue. .New York, N. Y".
5425 Master Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
567 Roosevelt St., Trenton, N. J.
Rt. 1, Box 131, Holly Springs, N.C.
925 E. Lane St., Apt. 2, Raleigh, N. C.
188 Hale Street. .New Brunswick. N.J.
Rt. 4. Box .3.39. Madison Heights, Va.
Rt. 1. Box 225, Kenansville, N. C,
605 W. 151 St. Street, New York, N. Y.
4040 -D' St., S.E., Washington, D. C.
22 St. Sirkor. Monrovia. Liberia
Rt. 1, Box 342, Ape.x, N. C.
18-J Migliore Manor, Elizabeth, N. J.
601 Price .Avenue. Durham, N. C.
407 Caswell .Avenue, Southport, N. C.
14 Jasper Street. Charleston, S. C.
5808 Hazel Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
1856 3rd St., N.W., Washington, D. C.
P.O. Box 84, Clarksville, Va.
189-11 Williamson .Ave., Springfield Gdns., N.Y.
4-R Bolhmann Towers, Peekskill, N. Y.
1814 Malone Place. Raleigh, N. C.
225 William Street, Portchester, N. Y.
12 Nash Terrace, Raleigh. N. C.
Rt. 1. Box 403. Salisbury. N. C.
Rt. 1. Box 69-A. Knightdale. N. C.
1815 ■■D" St.. S.E.. Washington. D. C.
Rt. 2. Wendell. N. C.
Rt. l.Box60-A. Wendell, N.C.
Rt. 2, Box 223, Wendell, N. C.
215 2nd St., Apt. .M, Hackensack, N. J.
812 S. State Street, Raleigh, N. C.
125 E. South Street, Raleigh, N. C.
805 Haywood Street. Winston-Salem. N. C.
.5014 11th St^. N.E.. Washington. D. C.
32 S. Munn Avenue, East Orange, N. J.
122 Green Street, Englewood. N. J.
2218 Biltmore Court, Baleigh, N. C.
Rt. 1, Box 227, Yanceyville, N. C.
.38 Willow Street, Portchester, N. Y.
1516 Murchison Road, Fayetteville, N. C.
215 S. 49th Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
3-02 Astoria Blvd.. Long Island. N. Y.
1227 S. 61st Street, Philadelphia. Pa.
.5916 Chancellor St.. Philadelphia, Pa.
107 N. Jackson St., Dunn, N. C.
I'colc. Miclia Ni.ble
r.mtll, M.irN I,.
Prince. Han. Id W .
(^>uiiiii. Samuel L.
Rani.se\. \ iola
Reid. Bett\ Lou
Robinson. Harr\ J.
Robinson. Mar\ E.
Robinson, MeK in
Robinson. Shirle\ R.
Robinson. \\ illie
Rogers. Joan C.
Roseboro. James. Jr.
Ross. Jud\ \.
Ro%all, Linda G.
Ro\aK, Patricia Ann
Ro\ster. Sandra Long
Rush, William M.
Ruth, John Jr.
Sanders. Bobb\ L.
Sanders. Da\ id E.
Sanders. Michael A.
Saunders, L\ nn
Scott. Harr\ S.
1120 Parker Street. Raleigh. \. C.
lOIO Cannisk-r Sliect. Raleigh. \. C,
S(l! Drlanv niive. Haleigh. \, C.
\Am Parkei \\enuc. Kinston. \, C.
^\-l C:la\ Street. Kniston. \, C,
ShS Viiisteidain Ave.. \e\\ York. \. Y,
PC). H...\242. Cnlerain. N. C,
12hO \, Kra/ier. St.. Philadelphia. Pa.
5l).S Neucoinbc Road, Raleigh. \. C.
WW Clarendon .\ve.. Soulhpoii. \, ( ,
.iH5 W. Engle\V(M)d .\ve,. Teaneck, \, |,
U21 Randolph St , Mclhounif. Fla.
920 S, 13th Street. W dmnigtt)n. \, C:,
UW.19 looth Ave., Hollis. \, Y.
l.ni Childress St., \.E.. Washington. DX..
IS0^)7 M5th Ave.. New York, \ Y
P.O. Box 81. Trenton. .\ J
1520 Plimpton Ave.. Bronx. \. Y.
4-10 W ashington St.. Fucjuav Varina. \. C:.
1410 Somerset Cute. Teaneck, .\, J.
Rt. 2. Box 125. Hougemont. \, C.
R.F.D. 2. Box 92. Arapahoe. \". C.
4-A Millvue .\cres. Clairton. Pa.
137-70 Southgate St.. \e\v York. \. Y.
704 Panola Street. Tarboro. \. C.
131 SI. Nicholas Ave.. »3B; New York. N. Y.
4(W C:ritcher Street, Williamston, N. C:,
P.O. Box .552. Oxlord. N. C,
8:325 Bricelvn St.. Pittsburgh. Pa,
111-69 ISOth St.. New York. \. Y,
324 W. Hanover St.. Trenton. N. J.
1 1 Nash Terrace. Raleigh. N. C.
150 JefFry Wilson Homes; Portsmouth. Va.
6.36 Grantland Drive. Raleigh, \. (-.
199-F Eastern St.. New Haven. Conn.
4 Dare Terrace, Raleigh. \. C,
736 Bergen Street. Newark. N. J.
444 Beech\\ood St.. River Rouge. Mich.
175 Storer A\e.. New Rochelle, N, Y.
Rt. 3. Box 366, L\nchlnirg. Va.
126 W. 139th St.. New York. N. Y.
Rt. 2. Box n2A, Concord, Va.
P.O. Box 473. Whitakers, N. C.
Route 3, Apex, N. C
1454 N. Edgewood St., Philadelphia. Pa.
1231 Main Street. Scotland Neck. N. C.
40 Willow Street. Portchester. N. Y.
424 Nuber .-Vvenue. Mt. Vernon, N. Y.
64 Forest .Avenue. Freeport, N. Y.
825 E. 22S Street. New York. N. Y.
1010 E. 17th Street. Richmond, Va.
565 Stone Avenue. Brookhii. N. Y.
16 West Lancaster Rd.. Richmond Va.
160.3 Orange Street. Wilmington, N. C.
35 \\ illow Street. Portchester, N. Y.
521 East Street. Greensboro, N. C.
1317 Kennedy St.. N.E.. Washington, D. C.
1 1 19 South Gregg St., Raleigh. N. C.
224 Mahoning Ave., New Castle, Pa.
1.S04 Southgate Dr., Raleigh. N. C.
Iil7 Kenned) St.. N.W.. Washington, D. C,
1114 Parkwoixl Ave,. Charlotte. N. C.
45 Traverse AVe.. Portchester. N. Y.
119-A Tallulah St., Darlington, S. C.
2604 N. Hollv-wood St,. Philadelphia. Pa.
Rt. 1. Box 51. Tyner. N. C.
2000 3rd St.. N.W.. Washington. D. C.
217 Frankhn Street. Mount Olive. N. C.
Sts.. #fiA. New York, N. Y.
744 St. Pauls Blvd.. Norfolk. Va.
4411-18th St.. N.W.. Washington. D. C.
756 W. Front Street. Plainfield, N. J.
69 West 225th St.. Bronx. N. Y.
415 Lamont Street, Raleigh. N. C.
P.O. Box .32.3. Clayton. N. C.
820 S. State Street. Raleigh, N. C.
193 Albanv .\\enue, Brooklvii, N. Y.
Rt. 1, Box 219. Zehulon, N. C,
571 F.D.R. Dr., » ID. New York. N, Y.
4114 Lowerre Place. New York. N. Y.
144 James Street. Newark, N. J.
6222 Washington Ave.. Philadelphia. Pa,
Seegars. Mary F.
Sharpe. \\ illic
Sbeff, Jo .\nn
Shelton, C^onnie Sue
Shipnian, ('\ nthia
Sh\ Hon. Prince
Siembieda. Jill S.
Singleton. Oli\ ia
Smith. Charles H.
Smith, Charles R.
Smith, Charles S.
Smith, Deborah A.
Spencer, C. Eric
Stephens, Lionel M.
Stevens, Lee A.
Strong, Carolv II
Sutphin, Rov S.
Swann, Regina A.
129-10 144th Stieet. j.unaic.i. \ V
WVIS Irving Street. Philadelphia. Pa.
1453 Bushwick Vvenue. Brookl\u. N. Y.
112-<12 34th \venue. New York. N. Y.
.33-16 Wth Street. New York. N, Y.
311 Norih Elm Street. Paiieland. S. C.
225 Divisi..!! Vvenne. Brooklvn. N. Y.
1 12 U.uc start. Melbourne. Fla.
Kl I. Box 49. Sims. \. C.
1215 3Sth Street. Parkersburg. W. \a.
107 Wilson Place. Orange. N. J.
7Ht\\ard Blvd,. W ilsr)n. N. C.
H,F D 4, Box .325K. ICli/abeth Cit\. N, C.
913 F.ivi-lteviilr St.. Raleigh. N. C.
1034 N Trade S[ . W uiston-Salem. N. C.
2721 5lh Aveiuie. Hichniond. \a
382 C:eutral Park West. New York. N.-u 'lurk
ISOO Fountain Dr.. Raleigh. N. C.
128 \\ ilkinson Road. Freetown Sierra Leone
282()-E Donovan Place Haleigh. N, C.
361 Vernon \\enue. Brooklvn. N. \.
611 Simmons Street. Saidnrd. N. i'..
21 Dewey Stieet. Charleston. S. C.
P.O. Box 195. Svvamiuaricr. N. C.
3002 E. Buffalo Ave.. Tampa. Fla.
P.O. Box 94. Monetta. S. C.
117 Juniper Hill Rd.. White Plains. N. Y.
511 E. Second Street. Plainfield. N. J.
240 Nellie B. .\ve.. Athens. Ga.
Rt. 3. Box 202-A. Lake Clitv. S. C.
145 II II Ith \\enMe. New York. N. Y
210 \. Sycamore St., Williamston. N. (;.
288 Mary Street. Englewood. N. J.
404 E. Todd Lane. Crharlotte. N. C:.
1.308 S. Lee Street. Ayden. N. C.
P.O. Box 814. Burgaw. N, C,
2110 E. Church St.. Philadelphia. Pa.
4346 27th Avenue. Veio Beach. Fla,
276 N. 9th Street. I3arl.\, Pa,
712 S. Alston Ave.. Durham. N. C,
20 William Street. Englewo(xl. N. J.
2345 14th St., N.E.. Washington. D. C.
2901 Bellaire Dr.. Clharlotte. N. C.
,5219 Locust Street. Philadelphia. Pa.
Rt. 1. Box 4()0-B. Bassett. Va.
515 Vogels Lane. Verona, Pa.
Rt. 1, Box 18.3, Bayboro. N. C.
Rt. 1. Box 471. Erwin. N. C.
46 Shadv Lane. SparteiiUuri;. S, (I.
613 Richman .\venue. .Atlantic Citv. N, J
820 Coefield .Vvenue. Tarboro. N, (],
24 N. 61st. Street. Philadelphia. Pa.
Rt 2. Box 2.38. Goldsboro. \.C.
4715 FiKitc Sr . N.E.. Washington. D. C.
37 Buchanan Avenue. ,\sheville. N. C.
113 Kinnev Street. Rockingham. N. C.
29 Stc)n<?\vall Lane. Mamaroneck, N. Y.
Ht, 1. Cedar (;ro\e. N. C,
816 \\ , 3id Avenue. Red Springs, N- C:.
6(W Brooks ,\venue. Elizabeth Citv. N. C.
619 Raleigh Road. Rocky Mount. N. C.
2.30 S. 7th Avenue. Mt. Vernon. N. Y.
Rt. 1. Box ;U3-D, Oak City. N. C.
1606 C:astle Street. Wilmington. N. C.
18 Nassau Place. East Orange. N, J.
Rt. 1. Box 2:37- .\. Elin City. N. C.
,3044 Wotxls Place. Raleigh. N. C.
216 Washington Ave.. Hackensack. N. J.
.5009 Nash St.. N.E„ Washington, D. C:.
1798 Bedh)id Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
406 Hall Street, Benson. N. C.
Ill Central .\venue. Hackensack, N. J.
172 Berg .\veinie. Trenton, N. J,
736 New Jersev \ve.. BrookKu. N. Y.
42-39 Seton .\venue, Bninv, N, Y
148 Halsted Street, East Orange. N. J.
P.O. Bov 351. Seaboard. N. C.
Rt. 1. Box 20, South Boston. Va.
Rt. 1. Box 20. South Boston. \a.
1910 Marmora Ave., \tlaulic Citv. N. J,
Kt, 2, Box 11 \. Whitakers. N. C.
N. Schoolhuuse Rd., C^cnter .Moreches. .V Y.
Talley, Tanvs L.
Taylor, Malissa D.
Thomas, ,\nn C.
Thomas, Bexerlv G.
Thomas, William A.
Thompson, Rebecca A.
Thorpe, Miriam Y.
Thornton, William D.
Threall, Robert G.
Tipton, .\Iar\ E.
Treadwell, Henrs' I.
Turner, Keith Lee
Tyner, Charles R.
X'alentine, James, Jr.
Vann, Booker T.
Vann, -Martha E.
Walton, Charles D.
Washington, James T.
Washington, Pamela D.
Washington, Thama J.
Watson, Ricke S.
Whilaker, Helen L.
Hi. 1, li,>\7,5-F, .\hoskie, \. C.
181-U West 1.51 Street, New York, N. Y.
2216 Cedar .Avenue, Broa\, N. Y.
.51.3 Pamlico Street, Belhaven, N. C.
26 Esse.\ Street, Carteret, \. J.
26 Essex Street. Carteret, N. J.
Rt. 1, Princeton, N. C.
Rt. 1, Box 1,59, Seaboard. N. C.
1117 Park St., N.E., Washington, D. C.
90.3 Bennett Street, Greensboro, N. C.
Rt. 4. Chapel Hill, i\. C.
3,501 Jefferson Rd., Athens, Ga.
2,S()4 Golden Street. Raleigh, N. C.
404 South Street, LaCrange, N. C.
3401 Manchester St., Charlotte. N. C.
343 St. Nichols ,\ve., New York, N. Y.
1184 Union Street. Brooklyn. N. Y.
1301 Lawton Drive. Hartsville, S. C.
118 Peach Street. ,\ew Shrew.sburv, N. J.
1021 Sherwood Dr., # F, Durham. N. C.
824'.6 Fayetteville St.. Raleigh, N. C.
3,36 Rutherford Ave.. Trenton, N. J.
Box 93, Lumberton, N. C.
412 Pekoe Street, Durham. N. C.
170 Van Bureau St., Passaic, N. J.
Rt. 3. .Newtown Rd.. Waxhaw, N. C.
708 Chadwick Road. Fayetteville, N. C.
126 35 Alexander Rd., Cleveland, Ohio
192-06 122nd Ave., St. Albans. N. Y.
1160 E. 229th Street, Bronx, N. Y.
12 Bungalow Coiu-t, Newark, N. J.
P.O. Box 252, Garland. N. C.
2114 Strauss St.. Brooklvn, N. Y.
Rt. 1, Box 90. Holly Springs. N. C.
2428 N. Hollywood St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Rt. 2, Box .36, Washington, N. C.
315 North Main St., Portchester, N. Y.
1601 E. Anderson St.. Pensacola, Fla.
506 Narbona Road, Mobile, Ala.
Rt. 1. Box 18-A, Murfieesboro, N. C.
14-76 Beach Channel Rd., Far Rockawav, N. Y.
313 Heck Street, Raleigh, N. C.
1186 Washington Ave., New York, N. Y.
630 E. 170th St., New York, N. Y.
11.30 W. Washington St. South Bend. Ind.
407 Queen Street. Beaufort, N. C.
2611 E. 11th St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
211 Reservoir St., Staunton, Va.
Rt. 1, Box 191, Halifa.x, N. C.
Rt. 3. Box ,366. Enfield, N. C.
8935 Meridian, Cleveland, Ohio
4408-16th St., N.W., Washington, D. C.
5.508 Enslow Place, Charlotte. N. C.
2212 Cedar .,\venue. New York, N, Y.
175 1st St. Apt. 15K. Newark, N. J.
112 Wilson Street, Williamston, N. C.
1369 Michigan Ave., N.E., Washington, D. C.
Y-205 Craven Terrace, New Bern, N. C.
580 Timothy Road, Athens, Ga.
13 Chatham Terrace. Raleigh, N. C.
30.56 Monroe St.. N.E., Washington, D. C.
237-12 Ave.. Paterson, N. J.
2951 12th Street. Philadelphia. Pa.
1561 Darrow, Evanston, 111.
413 W. South Street, Raleigh, N. C.
501 E. Broadway. South Bend, Ind.
Star Route, Box S, Coldrain, N. C.
Rt. 2, Box 110-A, Selma, N. C.
265 West 153rd St., New York. N. Y.
2211 W. Estaugh St.. Philadelphia, Pa.
3072-A Woods Place, Raleigh, N. C.
Rt. 1, Box 248, Lilesvifle, N. C.
,5.543 Larchwood Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
1442 N. Hobart St., Philadelphia, Pa.
9 Woodbine ."Vvenue, New Rochelle, .\. Y.
Rt. 6, Box 122, Greenville, N. C.
Whitaker, .Milton B,
White, Charles A,, Jr.
\\'hitson, Elaine M.
Whitted, Gloria D.
Wiley, Curtis D,
Wilkes, Bernard R.
Wilkins, Keith A.
Williams, Bersl D,
Williams, Edward R.
Williams, Gerald V.
Williams, Jeanne E.
Williams, John S.
Williams, Kenneth F.
Williams, Lillie V,
Williams, Linda M,
Williams, Patricia A.
Williams, Phillip L.
Williams, Ramona D.
Williams, Renee A.
Williams, Robert S.
Williamson, .\da P.
Wiltshire, Wasiie C.
Wilson, Brenda L,
Wilson, Carl A.
Wilson, Karl ,M.
Wilson, Lillie M.
Wilson, Willie E.
VVindon, Willie D.
Winston, Sallve ,M,
Wood, Sharon M.
Woods, Thurman P.
Woody, .Mary NL
\Vragg, Ronald J.
Wright, .Allandus, Jr.
Wright, Debra A,
Wright, Donnie L.
Wright, Eddie L.
Wright, Lawrence W,
Wynn, Gloria C.
Yizer, Paul D,
Young, Alexander T.
Y'oung, Jimmie Lee
Young, John .\.
°BagIe\, Marcus L,
"Out (il .Mphabelical .Se<juenc
Rt. 1. Box 103, Halifax, N. C.
2500 Ford .\venue. Richmond, Va.
37 Crosby Place. New Rochelle, N. Y.
765 Amsterdam .\ve.. New York, N. Y.
4200 3rd St., N.W., Washington, D. C.
2404 Rosewood .Avenue, Richmond, Va.
628 Tartan Drive. Monroeville, Pa.
Rt. 1. Box 14. Tarboro, N. C.
2203 S. Roxboro St., Durham, N. C.
69 Jeffress A\e., .\sheville, N, C.
215 Todd Street, Durham, N. C,
728 Smith Lane, Mt. Holly, N. J.
,5624 Sunny Acres Dr., Jacksonville, Fla.
309 Lafayette ."Vve., Brooklvn, N, Y.
536 E. Lenoir Street, Raleigh, N. C.
2645 Deacon Street. Philadelphia, Pa.
722 N. Chestnut St., Henderson, N, C.
818 Coleman Street, Raleigh, N. C.
316 Madison Street, Plymouth, N. C.
7211 Mt. Vernon St.. Pittsburgh, Pa.
818 Coleman Street, Raleigh, N. C.
160-17 130 Ave.. New York, N. Y.
913 West End St., Rocky Mount, N. C.
P.O. Box .3.54. Apex, N. C.
5841 Walton Ave.. Philadelphia, Pa.
.3514 Carver Road. Winston-Salem, N, C.
210 E. Fairground Ave., Troy, N, C.
443-195 County Rd.. Cliffwood, N. J.
818 Coleman Street, Raleigh, N. C.
1955 2nd .Avenue. New Y'ork, N, Y.
Rt. 1, Box 261-A, Boonville, N. C.
509 Lipscomb St., Melbourne, Fla.
1700 .N. Carolina St., Baltimore, Md,
716 E. Highland Ave.. Rocky Mount, N. C.
1 Forssth Place, Newburgh, N. Y.
44 Harding Ter., Newark, N, J.
9 .-^she Terrace, Raleigh, N. C.
51 North 14th Street. .Newark, N. J.
.328 Weeks Street, Clinton, N, C.
619 E. 108th Street. New York, N. Y.
2928 N. Graham St.. Charlotte, N. C.
Box 23. E. Flat Rock, N. C.
824 W. 3rd Street. Plainfield, N. J.
Rt. I. Box 131, Fnquay-Varina, N. C.
Rt. 1, Box 22, Newton Grove, N, C,
Rt. 8, Box 318, Raleigh, N. C.
1113 Holman Street, Raleigh, N. C.
924 E. Godbold St.. Marion, S. C.
Rt. 1, Box OO-H. Wendell, N. C.
315 S. Swain Street, Raleigh. N. C.
125-.3:3rd St., N.E.. Washington, D. C.
.357 Bedford Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y.
.357 Bedford Ave., Mt. Vernon, N, Y.
1851 Muncey Lane. Greensboro, N. C.
Rt. 4, Box 86, Ro.xboro, N. C,
,334 N. 59th St.. Philadelphia, Pa.
52 Crittenden St., N.E.. Washington, D.C.
Rt. 2. Box 209-A, Louisburg. N. C.
1320 nth Street, West Palm Beach, Fla.
245 4th Street, Newark, N, J.
222 First Ave., Screven, Ga.
5904 Hillsborough St., Raleigh, N. C.
176 Albany Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Rt. 1, Box227, WiUard, N. C.
777 Patterson Ave.. Winston-Salem N.C.
Box 362. Rich Square, N. C.
Liberia, W. Africa
629 Cedar Street, Mamaroneck. N. Y.
2 Greendale Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y,
303 Joe Louis Ave.. Raleigh, N. C.
40 N. Bond Street, Mt. Vernon. N. Y,
P.O. Box 561, Madison, Fla.
1306 Magnolia Ave.. Frankfort, Ind.
741 N. 17th Street. Philadelphia. Pa.
34 Gurlev Road. Stamford. Conn.
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