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PAGE 1OA Thursday, April 1, Iwio % honored The Tuskegee Institute Local Alumni Club held its annual recognition banquet at the Holiday Inn recently. The program payed tri- bute to 13 local members who have shown service to the Institute since graduat- ing. The oldest living alum- nus, Marcellus Freeman, was recognized as such, hay- ing graduated from Tus- kegee Institute in 1901. Essex Lampkin presented a special pin to Alton Flem- ing in recognition of his more than 6,000 hours of volunteer service to the Tus-~ kegee VA Hospital. Freddie Washington, local president, presented a bouquet of roses to Mrs. Charizine Turner in recognition of her leadership of the local club. Mayor Johnny Ford ap- PRESENTS FLAG- Post 150, American Legion Presents Ben Davis, commander, Post 150; R.L. Ivey, principal, American Flag to Girl Scout Troop 275. Left to Right: Washington Public School. Not present, Mrs. Tereass Howard Robinson, exec. at large; Wendy Jerido, Girl Scout; Chaney, Girl Scout leader, Troop 275. Mrs. Elnora Davis, asst. scout leader, Girl Scout Troop 275; The Tuskegee Chapter of Continental Society Inc., will hold its Bicentennial Charity Cabaret Friday at 8 p.m. at the Twenty Grande South Ballroom. The group will pay tribute to 16 Tuskege- ans in a panorama of fashion, music,poetry, dance and song. Entertainment will be provided by the Tuskegee Institute Clothing and Arts Department under the di- rection of Booker Felder and Patricia Henderson; Tuske- gee's Little Theater, under the direction of Cathy Thom- pson; Tuskegee Institute's vocalists, Iolanta Spencer , and Frank Whiteside; Crea- tire Dance Ensemble, co- ordinated by Peggy Chenir and Charles Smith, band i D.C. Wolfe. director at Tracy Larkin will serve as narrator. The panorama will be fol- lowed by a Bicentennial Ball. Funds raised from the cabaret will help provide emergency fund for hospita- lization in the MaconCg~y ~,i area at John A. Andrew i i Hospital. i Those being honored will be William Dawson. Lucius Amerson, Dr. C.G. Gomill- ion, Rep. Thomas Reed, Fred Gray, Hattie Kelly, Dr. Luther H. Foster, Con- suella Harper, Vera Foster, Lucien Green, P.H. Polk, Alfred "Chief' Anderson, Dr. Thomas Campbell, Mil- ton Davis, Mayor Johnny Ford and Ulysses Byas. DR. ALFRED CAMPBELL ANDERSON (i~ i initiate 3 The Tuskegee chapter ot the National Secretaries As- sociation (International) in- creased its membership rec- ently with the induction of three secretaries in the past three weeks and .the upcom- ing induction of three addi- tional candidates., Joining the ranks of the 34,000-member association are Margaret E. Williams, secretary-manager to Wal- lace and Wallace Chemical and Oil Corp., Tuskegee; Mildred Buford, secretary to i the dean, School of Educa- tion, Tuskegee Institute, who is a graduate of Alaba- i ' ma State University and was a member of the Xperte ' chapter of the Future Secre- taries Association as an un- dergraduate student. I ' Also Mildred Hoffman, i! who is secretary to the assis- i tant vice president for Aca- ~ demic Affairs, Tuskegne ~ : institute; Patricia Carnley, secretary to the chief, volun- tary service, VA Hospital, ! Tuskegee; Doris Deane who is secretary-bookkeeper for the Macon County Commun- ity Action Program in Tus- i~ i kegee; and Greta King. Miss King is an admin- istrative secretary to the ex- ecutive secretary for Macon County Community Action and was the first recipient of the Tuskegee Chapter Scho- i larship Award. iiiii Wrapped ULL I Ill " PRICES HWY. 14 FRED GRAY LUCIEN GREEN Story aboard Navy Fire Control Techni- cian Seaman Thomas P. Sto- ry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Members attend Thomas C. Story of 412 East Southside, and whose wife Frances is the daughter of regional meeting Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Man- gum, all of Tuskegee, is sreving aboard the Frigate Members of the Tuskegee Lambda Chapter of the bta Pelatis Auxiliary, Iota Phi Lambda Sorority Inc., at- tended the recent annual ~gional conference of the Petalis Auxiliary in Atlanta. The conference was suc- cessful, with two new chap- ters of Pelati attending. They were: Alpha Sigma of Tampa, Fla. and Gamma Pi of Macon, Ga. The the conference consis- ted of business meetings, social and recreational hours, luncheons and ban- quets. Four Lambda members were re-elected to office. ll~ey were Mary Upshaw, president; Carol Harrison, secretary; I~len Samuel, as- sistant secretary; and Portia Johnson, journalist. Johnnie Faulk and Johnnie Johnson of Beta Zeta Chapter of Col- umbus, Ca. were elected to the offices of vice president and treasurer. Gloria Aaron of Gamma Pi, Macon, was elected as chaplain. The Lambda Chapter will attend the national in Aug- ust in Denver, the regional directors meeting in Janu- ary 1977 in Tampa and next , year's regional in Albany, Ga. Lambda member Cather- ine Balognn was alo in atten- dence at the conference. USS Miller and recently par- ticipated in Fleet Exercise "National Week XX". t CANDIDATE-- John t'. Oliver, a Dadeville attorney, is a candidate for Circuit Judge, Place No. 2, in the May 4 Democratic primary. The circuit includes Talla- poosa, Randolph, Chambers and Macon counties. He has been an attorney over 25 years, graduated from the University of Alabama Law School and has worked in a volunteer blood program for 25 years. # USDA CHOICE ooo oo eeoo Iooooooooooooo00oooooooo0 .B. oooo oooooooeeooooooooo oo o eo ooo~tOoo for freezer -- To your specs. .B. SIX 1-GAL. 75 SIX 1-GAL. 95 SIX 1-GAL. =7 95 .... CANS ......... I CASE F95 oooooooooeoeoeoooooeooooeooo 16-20 LB. eoooooooeoooeooooeooooeoeoeoooo 3 LB. ....qfl .B. GOODAPRIL 1 THRU APRIL 10 liB LOACHAPoKA 887-9424 by TI club piauded the leadership of Mrs. Turner and Dr. Grady Taylor and presented Dr. Lafayette Frederick, guest speaker for the banquet, with a key to the city. Others receiving awards were Mrs. Annie L. Miller, Guy Crawford, Mrs. Rutha Rhone Keys, Mrs. Maybelle Meadows, James Snowden, Mrs. Nettle B. Jones, Mrs. Hattie West Kelly, Mrs. Emma R. Naggles, Mrs. Bes- sie C. Scott and Mrs. Lolla Patterson. ANNOI Dr. C. L. Gantt Optometrist Nr Appointment Nece Office Days: Wednesday 8:30 a.m. - Saturday 8:30 a.m. - Phone 727-1280 Home 113#/ So. Main : il ill! all that the motion picture screen dared to show before. for =;~ :i:~ii/~; i~i~i~ii~ili=i!!il~ 7-9:15 g::i': + DINO DE LAUIULNTIL~ LNUJUII /t/ :) =-,ns 3KM~ MASON SUSAN 6FA}ROE RICHARD WARD BRENDA SYKES KEN NORTON t ,,=,~ ~ MAUPJCE JARR .,,