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PAGE 2A Thursday, April 1, 197e ~E TUSKEGEE NEWS i ENGAGE IN PROGRAM-Students in the Careers Club of DUCT[ON SERVICES. Shown in first row are Audria D.C. Wolfe High School, Shorter, are currently engaged in a career exploration program at the Tuskegee VA Hospital. Students in this club get a chance to see, first hand, the career they believe they want to enter. The above students have participated in assignments in the following areas: NURSING; PHARMACY; PHYSICAL, EDUCATIONAL, OCCUPATIONAL and RECREATIONAL THERAPIES; SOCIAL WORK; DIETARY; and MEDICAL MEDIA PIIO- Powell, Betty Simpson, Ozell Sanders, Loretta Hall, Catherine Dunn, Earlene Bell and Gloria McCloud; second row, Mrs. Mildred White {counselor), Shelia Frizzle, Olivia Howard, Bernice Hail, Othelia Crockett, Derek Hooks, Harry Allen, Charlene Adams, E. B. Lampkin H (assistant chief voluntary services); third row, Larry Lane, Janie Mitchell, Eddie Jackson, Mary Blakey, Hilda White. Guy Cr~wford is principal of Wolfe. :! LIFETIME MEMBERS-- Daughters of Isis ha~ complet- ed payment of life membership in the NAACP. At a recent monthly meeting Harold Spencer, local president, presented the membership plaque. Receiving the plaque are the Illustrious Commandress, Catherine H. Jackson, and Past Illustriuos Conmnndress Ruth Wynn and Hattie King. Members and friends of the Tuskegee Woman's Un- ion joined in the worship service Sunday at the Great- er Saint Mark Missionary Baptist Church. Merrbers of the union are connected with some of the other churches in Tuskegee and vicinity. Mrs. Eloise O. Moore is a member of both. As is customary they wor- ship one Sunday in the year in a body at one of the churches. The union was organized under the guidance of Mrs. Booker T. Washington, by Mrs. Adele Hunt Logan in 1910. Members of the newly organized Federated Junior Club were present also and shared in the worship ser- vice. Miss Emily L. Harris is \ president of the Tusl~egee Woman's Union. Officers of the Federated Junior Club are Lorett~ Phillips, presi- dent; Odessa Phillips, vice president; Bettye Phillips, secretary; Cyndia Howell, assistant secretary; Chacca Neal, treasurer. They dis- charge their business trans- actions and work jointly with the Woman's Union. The three young male mem- bers of the club are John Robinson, Alphonse Robin- son and Robert Sims. Members of the Junior Club are all enrolled in high school, with above average grade points and striving for excellence as they continue in school work. The male members serve in an advis- ory capacity and give moral support. The Brothers and SistersJohn J Choir of the church rendered his music for the worship ser- vice. Three musical selec- zen. tions served as a back- ground for the sermoa ren- dered by the visiting min- Plans l ister, Rev. Charles Quillen, the pastor, Westminster Pres- byterian Church, Franklin and Road. The minister spoke on the subject "Does Anybody Care About You?" Invited to share in the ser- vice by the members of the union were Col. and Mrs. ]continued from page 1] "We tried five times to get him when we wanted to qualify." The Parises also accused Anderson of showing the bounced check during v church speech Sunday. Amerson had no comment whe]h contacted this morn- ing. "We don't hold malice a- gainst anything or any- body," Mrs. Paris said. '"This is such a shock. There are just some things you don't anticipate. We should have been given 10 days to make the check good, according to a lawyer. I don't feel he gave us an equal opportunity to clear ourselves." The candidate said the uroblem centered around two accounts, one which was York set up for the campaign. He said his banker advised the of committee that there were late sufficient funds to cover the check. [continued from paB Supply of Gadsden was the low bidder for the van at reed $7,850. last Byas told Mrs. Buchanon air i that the board could use 20 est TOP TIGER-First baseman Tyrone Phinnsasee is one of new SChool buses. Board pri kegee, died Sunday in John Tuskegee Institute's top baseballers this season. An Chairman Ellis Hail told a ke! ROBERT MOTON JR. A. Andrew Hospital. Funer- All-America candidate, he helped TI win four games last teacher the board hadn't siw Robert R. Moton Jr., son al services will held Friday weekend against Chicago State and Miles. Tuskegee purchased the buses because hig'~ i i i at II a'm" at Munt Olive defeatedChicag4"3andl6"2'andMilesl2"l and3"l'Cach it didnt have the mney" schThe board should buy seven dec of the second president of Baptist Church with the James Martin said the Tigers must win nine conference new buses a year, Byas $23 Tuskegee I~stitute, died Rev. Fred Stephens officiat- games to capture division honors. March 29 in Atlanta follow- ing, burial in Ashdale Ceme- explained, to stay within the rep ing a brief illness, tery and BUrton s Funeral eight-year use limit recom- mai Final rites will be held at was sht' was listed in fair~ He was a graduate f Home directing "~r mended by the state, the Mount Olive Baptist Church condition at Lee County Ho- Tuskegee Institute, class of Survivors include: his vya8 agrees ,n ,other news from last desi Friday for a 32 year old spital on Tuesday, according 1935, and was later purchas- wife, Catherine Kennebrew week s meeting, the boardlature. Tuskegee fireman, Jessie to Tuskegee police. POlice ing agent, secretary to the of Tuskegee, two daughters, has agreed to renew applica- In r, Kennebrew, who was killedsay If~ennebrew was shottrustee board and aseistant LindaKennebrewofTuske-~~ ~(~nt~ued kom p~p ]) tion for its Day Care pro- Sunday night, three timesandMissFeltonto the president during the gee and Jackie Banks of gram which serves about ~oUe;~ Catherine Kennebrew, twice. the 22-year.old wife of the Kennebrew had been a tenure of F.D. Patterson. In Detroit; father, William Tat- 125 preschool children in---R recent years he was with um of Tuskegee; one sister, Macon County. Byas said the policy dead fireman, has been char- member of the Tuskegee fire Cornerstone Financial In-Helen Lancaster; and one Day Care project is a city appr, ged with first degree murd- deaprtment since 1971. Po- vestment Services and Aet- er in connection with herlice are still investigating na Life & Casualty Co. brother, Henry Kennebrew, program federally funded studl both of Tuskegee; one Hall is an announced candi- lated sick leave and vacation through the county depart- some husband's death. Mrs. Ken- the shooting. He is survived by his wife, grandmother, Mrs. Essie date for re-election in the time by July 1, 1977. ment of pensions and secur- nebrew'has also been charg- Fire Cllef A. O. Dennis Laura; a son, Robert Ill; and Gunn, and one grandfather, May 4 Democratic primary Meanwhile the board has ity. been toed murderWith assaultMae PearlWith Feltonintent wasCnfirmedon dutythatat Kennebrewthe time of Smith.a daughter, Marcia Moton Joe Gunn, both of Tuskegee; and Mrs. Harper is not seek- asked both State Sen. Dud- The state sponsored WIN of Tuskegee. the shooting, but had report, four great-aunts, Mrs. Annie ing reelection, ley Perry and Rep. Thomasprogram has also been en- Baker, Mrs. Ida Whitlow, cate Reed to support local legis- lation permitting the Macon County school board to set the superintendent's salary. The legislation now sets the Macon County superinten- dent's salary. The legislature convenes the first Tuesday in May for a 35-day session. Local legis- lation, pending the endorse- ment of Sen. Perry'and Rep. Reed, could pass in time for Macon County school board to increase the superinte~ dent's salary before his new contract slarts in July. As the state law now reads, the salary could not be increased after the new contract per- iod starts. / lVnss Feiton, who was re- portedly with Kennebrew when the Tuskegee fireman dorsed by the school board. Under terms of the WIN program, the state pays the should salary and benefits of WIN and a participants for a year while tered the employer agrees to der make an effort to hire WIN tion. workers fulltime. While the board endorsed the principle of the WIN program, it was she not certain about the num- ber of WIN workers it might --A be able to hire after one owned year. The school board reached One no decision in its regular meeting on reordering con- at (First of the FRIDAY & 10 AM to6 JESSIE KENNEBREW Jessie Kennebrew 32, of A & E Mobile Homes, Tus- edly left the fwe station sometimes a er 10 p.m. Sunday night for a bite to eat. ALL JEANS, PANTSUITS for Ms. Louise Brown, all of Tuskegee, and Mrs. Winnic Stinson of Cleveland, group ladies' 3,piece suits (Jacket, blouse and skirt) In his March 23 letter to the board, Byas said: "...It would be impossible for one to serve as superintendent under a board who felt that someone else should be in the position." Acknowledg- ing a possible change in board composition, the sup- erintendent continued: "...I would not want the board to be legally bound too me for an extended contractuaral period." Byas came to Tuskegee m 1970 under a two-year con- tract and will complete a four year agreement June 30. If the newly composed board decides to cancel the Downtown Tusk' ii Norma Carson, Dorothy Smith, Elva Howell, Betty Hender- AT CEREMONY-These sorority members recently partici- son and Juanita Sanders. Dated in the Beta Xi Omega chapter candlelit ceremony. In Part -T ,me back from left are Elaine Smith, Rachel Taylor, Ollie The Evil Doings of Ishmael Jeremiah 40th, 41st and 42nd Chapters. Samuel 10th, llth and l~h Chapters. Beasley, Zensbra Blackmon, Ruth Dowdy, Maliasa Brown, Mayme Poweil, Marie Porter, Clarico Moore, Woodia Pryce, Mai Young, Wilalice Williams, Olivia Taylor, Rosa Fuller, Elizabeth Benson, Ethel Cyrus, Andrea Hemmons, Olivia Clark, Katie Dixon, Alva Bailey and Evelyn Stakes; front row, Margaret Chenir, Effie Leftwich, Ina Cailahan, Adlene Parker, Marge Upshaw, June Thomas, Mary Jones, Georgia Poole, Louise Trigg, Margaret Welch, Hannah Comer, I~ iI Susie M. Taylor 807 So. Church St. TUskegee, Ala. 36083 Operator/Janitor: Bus driver-operator-janitor will be directly respon- sible to the Coordinator. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES --Provides relief for other three full4 e bus driver perators during periods of vacation leave, sick leave and for such other emergency calls as may be required to carry out the comprehensive objectives of the transportation system. --Mainta/ns sanitation and comfort Rest Stop. --Performs other job related activitie, necessary to achieve program objectives. APPLICATIONS MAYBE PICKED UP AT MACON COUNTY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY -- 312 EAST NORTHSIDE STREET BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 8.00 AND 4:30 P.M. (An Equal Oplxrtunity Employer) American Heart Association ' a l &"du tz