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Thursday, April 1, 1976 THE TUSKEGEE NEWS OVEMENT ;ors A KALEIDOSCOPE OF MOVEMENTS-- Recently the Physical Education Department of D. C. Wolfe High School presented a program entitled "A Kaleidoscope of Move- ments." The purpose was to display various exercises and dance routines that are implemented in the Physical Education program. Several schools throughout the county South Macon High School con, was high-score man in won first place in the county the county contest. He land judgingcontest March scored 138 points out of a 25. possible 180 points. . . Personnel from the Soil The land juaging con~st ...... , , .. ~onservauon ~ervlce, assm- was sponsore(~ Dy me ~aa- .. ,.. ,~ - ....... ung tne Macon t~ounty t~ofl con County ~ou ana water j ....... .... ana wamr wonservatlon Conservation Dlstnct. The .......... ~m~Tn.Eg t~tm hWna: C:;vCh:d, :. 6t~ou:~t' a;~:~neWlt~ea~c~. Y " " P ' ers in the county land judg- br the school's FFA chap- tar. South Macon will rep- resent Macon County in the district contest at Auburn. Second place went to Tus- kegee Public coached by Randall Paramore. Notasul- were invited to participate; Tuskegee Public {and the Gang), South Macon and Notasuiga participated. Musical selections ga High won third place in were rendered by Michelle Jackson of D. C. Wolfe and D.C. the contest. Prizes were gi- wolfe Green Machine. Sponsors for the event were Betty van to the three winning Martin and Arthur Sawyer Jr., Physical Education instruct- teams by the district super- ors at D. C. Wolfe and Ora Miller and Theophilis Carney, visors. student interns from Tuskegee Institute. Tyrone Kelly, South Ma- ELEMENTARY 4-H COUNTY BAKED FOOD WINNERS--Standing left to right are Eva Lee Stanley, first place; Elizabeth Sapp, second place; Sandra Simpson, third place; and Arlene Baldwin, fourth place. II The Macon Cotmty Foods and Nutrition Awards Pro- gram was held recently at the City Bank auditorium, with 53 4-H Club girls par- ticipaflng. Thirteen elementary, jun- ior and senior girls partici- pated in the Dairy Foods Program. presenting demon- strations on the importance of milk and milk products in the diet. Each girl prepared a dish using dairy food pro- dncts. The Winners in the ele- meutary division were; 1st place, Cassandra Stubbs, Lewis Adams School; 2nd placil, Pamela Raby; Lewis Adams; 3rd place, Harriette Woods, Lewis Adams; and 4th place, Vanessa Phillips, Washington Public School. Junnior winners and par- ticipants were; Johne' Park- er, Lewis Adams; Gloria Tapley, 2nd place, Lewis Adams; 3rd place; Lois M. Chenier, 4th place, St. Jos- eph's Parochial School; Wan- da Bascomb, Tuskegee Pub- lie; Terrye Ann Moore, Sou- th Macon School; and La- vonne Martin, Lewis Adams School also participated. Senior winners were; 1st place, Dorinda Pace, Tuske- gee Institute High; 2nd pla- ce, Karen Lewis, Tuskegee Institute High; and 3rd pla- ce, Carolyn Alloway, Note- suite High School. Forty 4-H girls pa icipat- on ACTION's Peace Corp re- cruiters will be on the Tus- kegee hstitnte campus in the placement office today and Friday to answer quest- ions about volunteering for Peace Corps and Vista, and to assist qualified persons in applying. Especially needed are gra- duates in nursing, agricult- urs, education, business and architecture. Call the place- ment office for an appoint- ment. ing contest. Cecil Cook, dis- trict conservationist, and Rex McLendon, soil tech- nician, served as judges for the cropland, pastureland, and woodland fields. Land in each of the three fields was judged and put in one of eight land capability classes. Texture, permeabi- lity, erosion, slope, and depth of soil were some of ed in the Baked Food Pro- gram; each exhibited a quick bread, yeast bread, cookies or cakes for the contest. First place junior winner was Sherry Smith, Lewis Adams School; second place, Ber Quinn, Lewis Adams School; third place, Vernetta Haygood, Tuskegee Public; and 4th place, Jaye Peter- son, St. Joseph's Parochial School. First place elementary winner was, Eva Lee Stan- ley, Notasulga School; se- cond place, Elizabeth Sapp, St. Joseph School; third pla- ce, Sandra Simpson, No - sulga School; and fourth pla- ce, Arlene Baldwin, Lewis Adams. Other participants in the Baked Food Program were, Carol Edwards, Tracey Cha- ncy, Segrid Lewis, Valerie Phillips, Jeffri Frizzle, Re- gina Gulley, Delores Hen- drix, Karen Hicks, Jacque- line D. Moore, Cassandra Shipman, Jennifer Friendly, Angela Washington, Lisa Welch, Ethel Campbell, The- Ima Crawford, Gwendolyn Lassiter, Carolyn Alloway, Merry Cowan, Deborah Cha- mbliss, Shari Quinn, Faye Hall, Elecia Edwards, Chris- line Friendly, Felecia Dixon, Diane Lampkin, Cynthia Phillips, Jandse Harrison, Ethel D. Williams, Sandra Gulley, Carolyn Drisl r, Joyce Pace, and Audrey campus The Peace Coprs is a 2-year program of service in developing countries of Afri- ca, Latin America, Asia, the Near East and the Pacific. Volunteers receieve a living allowance, transportation, medical care, and an addit- ional stipend is paid at the end of service. Peace Corps volunteers must be U.S. citi- zens and have a skilled re- quested by the host country. Vista volunteers serve for one year in the United States. The Baha'i Group of Tus- kegee and the Tuskegee Ir~ ~ stitute Baha'i Club hosted 30 guests at a film, presen- t! tation and reception Sunday -'. in the Institute Chapel. The aim of the meeting was to inform people of the history, beliefs and challen- ges of the Baha'i faith and provide a forum for ques- tions, answers and dialogue. Giving the presentation were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Guillebeaux of Montgomery. Farzaneh Guillebeaux from Persia, birthplace of the Ba- ha'i faith, is a fifth-gener- ation Baha'i. Her husband is a black American who has been a Baha'i for 12 years. Mrs. Guillebeaux gave an introduction to the faith, ex- plaining the Baha'i belief in the oneness of God and the oneness of religion, pro- gressively unfolded through beliefs. Following the film. Guil- lebeaux explained the basic teachings of Baha'u'liah which Baha'is believe will Juvenile held Gods chosen messengers like Abraham, Moses, on arson charge Christ, Muhanlmad and in this day, Baha'u'llah. A movie entitled "It's Just the Beginning" was shown. Filmed five years ago at a Baha'i youth conference, the movie shows the enthusiasm and clarity ofrBaha'i young people in explaining their 4-H JUNIOR BAKED FOOD WINNERS-From left to right are, fourth place, Jaye Paterson; third place, Vernetta Haygood; second place, Benita Quinn; and first place, Sherry Smith, who will attend the district awards program July 8-9 in Auburn. Hicks. First place winners, Cas- sandra Stubbs, Johne' Park- er, Dorinda Pac~e, Eva Lee Stanley, Sherry Smith will attend and participate in the District 4-H Awards Pro- gram in Auburn, July 8-9. Karen Lewis and Cyn- thia Washington will also participate at the District. Judges for the Food Pro- grams were Mrs. Jeannette Higgins; Mrs. Bernice Wil- son, Extension Home Agent; Miss Cynthia Washington, 4-H junior leader, and Mrs. Tommie W. Clark, Retired Extension Home Agent. All winners won cash a- wards, ribbons, certificates, other participants won flour certificates, ribbons, and certificates. Marable Brothers Inc., as the sponsor for the Foods and Nutrition Pro- gram in coperation with the Macon County Extension Service. Perlorm a Eat less satarated Give Heart Fund! American Heart Association VOTE FOR JOHN P. OLIVER CIRCUIT JUDGE Place N0.2 " Chambers - Macon Randolph - Tallap0osa ~ubJect to t,,~- :~ay t & May 25 ~emocr~tic Primaries .... P~ pOIL adv: Ly John P. Olixer, Dad~ville, Alabama e The Tuskegee Police De- partment's Criminal Investi- gative Division made a total of 11 arrests from March 18-30. A juvenile was turned over to the juvenile depart- ment for arson charges at 700A Washington Chapel Terrace March 14. Fred Turner, 24, of 302 Barrow St. and Thomas Mc- Darnel, 19, of 119 Marable Drive were arrested and charged with second degree burglary after they alleged- ly broke into the Hobby Shop on South Main Street Sunday, March 24. Willie Caldwell, 18, and Anthony Padgett, 20, both' of Notasulga Hwy. were ar- rested and charged with se- pnd degree burglary after they allegedly broke into Hall's Grocery and also charged with possession of marijuana Thursday, March 25. Both subjects were jailed and bond set at $5,600 each. David Sampson Jr., 31, of 103 Dudley St. was arrested and :charged with second degree burglary alter he al- legedly broke into Johnson Pontiac and Keevor Motor on W. Martin Luther King Highway Friday. Arrested along with Sampson was Arthur Mitchell, 44, of 414 Clement St, Mitchell was charged with possession of stolen property. e the factors that determined land capability classes. Re- commended conservation practices field in capability needs. * Opuonal ~FaSS your lawn * With bring about worldwide peace and unity. 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