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THE TUSKEGEE NEWS Thursday, March Frank E. Cyrus of Tuske- gee Institute has been named Alumni Man of the Year in Tuskegee and the state of Alabama by Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity. The announcement was made by Charlie Hardy of members in the state for coordinator of the Depart- joint and cooperative service ment of Foundations, Educa- ~t work. The fraternity is tionai Administration and recognized throughout the Development, at Tuskegee Speakers Bureau, Cyrus was world for the excellence of Institute. He will represent cited and also received a its members in scholarship the State of Alabama in the standing ovation by the con- and in community serviceregional competitions for vention assembly for hisprojects. Alumni Man of the Year leadership and work in Award, to take place during ~]eveloping the first state Cyrus, a native of Opp, is Alpha Southern Region Con- ~vide model and guidelines assistant professor of educa- ventlon in Jacksonville, Fla. for organizing a comprehe~ tional administration, and in April. r t- Tuskegee, president of the sive Speakers Bureau, as an Alpha" Nu Lambda chapter. ~gency with broad potential ~ ............................................................. -~! Cyrus received his award for greater service to the i during thestate convention state and ,,,o.. DO yOU know where / in Tuscaloosa last weekend. The speakers bureau model Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity, presented by Cyrus an international organiza- provides for indexing for ; located in tion, was founded at Cornell registry listings the prates- University--New York in FRANK E. CYRUS sional, academic and iii!~ii ::i ~ 1906, asthe firat blackavocational specializations of [for i collegiate fraternity. TheCommunity Forum in Tuske- all Alabama Alpha men. The ~ tax fraternity is world gee, for identifying and model enablesquick identifi- 120 SO. Main St. (next to Teen Center) renownedfor its goals of cooperatively seeking cation and publishing of ] ~n 5. If the IRS should call you i "scholarship, manly deeds in solutions Iv community fraternity members with ~ervice and love for all man- problems and for his work as special kinds of training, " "m for an audit, H & R Biock will g_o kind." ~ a programs evaluationinterests and expertise who t with you, at no additional cost. Not We Hove Sears Service Cyrus was selected for top consultant in human can be called upon by ] as a legal representative.., but we honors in competition with services, communi~ orgarizations for Call answer all questions about how candidates from' the 10 The Alumni Man of the speaking engagements, ---You Your Sears Charge Alabama alumni chapters of Year award was presented lectures, workshops, your taxes were prepared. may use thee fraternity. Hardy to Cyrus by Alpha Chapters symposia,institutes and presented Cyrus's creden- ,State Director W. Mingonini-courses. rials to the general conven- Clark, Huntsvfile, duringthe The model alsoaids Alpha We Have Daily Shipments by Sears tion Awards and Achieve- awards banquetofthe Alpha men as a source of informa- Atlanta ments Committee. Candi- Convention. As chairman of tion about the varied dates were judged in their the Alabama Chapters specializations possessed by The Same Sears Guarantees Apply In overall achievements in service to Alpha Phi Alpha it Store Fraternity in realizing itsTHE LORD PLEADETH WITH BACKSLIDING Milton and Marsha Slocum would like to have everyone come aims, professional develop- ISRAEL ment and achievement, and Jeremiah, Third, Fourth, and Fifth Chapters. new location and give them the opportunity to serve you. in community service for 1975-76. Samuel, Tenth, Eleventh, and Twelth Chapters. ' THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE For Phone Orders call TUSKF EE Cyrus was noted br his teaching and administrative SusieM. Taylor 1 12 Oak St. leadership in higher educa- 807 South Church St. Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturday Authorized Catalog Soles tion, his leadership in the Tuskegee, Ala. 36083 Phone 727-6099 development of the i i ,, _ _ EMCEE - Emcee for the Family Reunion was Rev. Lorenzo Harris, who presided over the entire affair with dignity and poise. % \ .% ~ ,!:~ ~,~ : i!iii~!i~!i ! : !i!,!!~!~3 : ;~i~ i; ~ !!i:: i~!!!~i!i~ @ HONORED GUEST -- Bill Green, former professional basketball player, is welcomed to the affair by Clerk Hopkins. Green came all the way from New York to attend the reunion. Thank you so much. To the entire Macon County Family, thanks for your cooperation and participation in making this affair a tremendous success, we thank you. ...... ~ .,,*'~'~ . 9: ':~" HONORARY MAYOR -- Mrs. C.M. mother of Circuit Clerk James M. receives a citation from Mayor Johnny making her an honorary mayor of Hopkins looks on. There were guests and guests and more guests all day long, with old friends and new acquaintances getting together for the Family Affair