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AS NEW DA T DAWNS FOR HIM IN U.S. - t g^p^ Hm v^Hr - Vjv The 33rc* Annual Banquet of the Booker T. Washington Business Association *as held Friday night, July 19, at the Latin Quarter. Pictured above, from left to right, are: Long CoiLje n„, BENNETT COLLEGE GREENSBORO. NC .. Twelve men who completed lour sum mer periods of study in the Hai ti more Area Pastors' School at Bennett College received cer tificates at graduation exercis es ho Id Friday afternoon in Pfeiffer Chapt 1 The school, sponsored hy the Board of Education ol the Meth odist Church, provides trainin’ for the ministry for individuals who have not attended a ih ><>- logical seminary It opened on June 17. The Rev. Charles L. Carring ton. of Jamaica. NV. dean of the school, preached the com mencement sermon and award ed certificates. GRAMBLING COLLEGE CRAMP.! I N't 5, I. a An award winning painting try Harper T. Phillips, assistant professor nf art at Grambling f’olle e, will he shown in Chicago next monih doting the Emancipation Procla mation Centennial exposition The exposition will he held Ang. 10 through Sept 5. The painting. “Coavus." from the permanant contemporary col lection of Atlanta I'niversity, At lanta, Ga.. was selected as the ‘ best work on exhibit" in the Xavier University Competitive Art Exhibition in New Orleans Phillips received the Emanci pation Centennial Authoritv Tro phy as a first place award. He also won a first-place award for a color woodcut, "A(|iiaticus,” in the Deep South Artist Conference at the Univer sity of Southwestern I<afayotto. * * * BISHOP COLLEGE Alexander O. Okugo. of Ni geria. Africa, a senior at Dallas’ At GreenfiekT ViWoge Henry Ford Birthplace Enshrined BIBf v J ' / Ro?' / As scores of communities •cross the nation pause this fjionth to celebrate the July 30 on th centennial of Henry Ford, [no simple midwestern farm house in which he was born be seen by thousands of visitors to Greenfield Village at Hearbom, Mich. ■ At Greenfield Village, the famed American history shrine ' v 'iieh he founded in the city of bis birth, colorful pageantry and special displays will call attention to his contributions a ? «n industrialist and as a Pioneer in the preservation of historic Air ricana. Among the historic buildings transplanted to Greenfield Vil lage. visitors will see Ford’s uirthplacs, the one-room brick * c h°ol he attended as a boy, and the workshop in which he bu »lt his first car Qf brightly polished Detroit tribune, Saturday, july 27, 19^3 EDUCATION WO MEN FE AT (ire $' 'home ♦CL ÜBS B.esscd aro the peacemakers: for they shall bo called the children of God." - St. Matthew 5:9 worth M. Quinn, general mam a-'r of the Michiqan Chronicle; Mrs. Mary L. Bell, of Bell Broadcasting co., and Mr. Richard H. Austin, CPA, past president of the association. Bishop College, whq is scheduled to receive his BA. Degree this August. has been awarded a Graduate Fellowship from the l imersity of Massachusetts in Amerst. Mass, according to an announcement by Dr. Charles Hunter of Bishop, Chairman of the Department of Sociology. Mr. Okugo. who majored in under the terms of the Fellow ship. besides the remission of all tuition and other foes. The award is for the college year 1903-04. lie will continue his studies in Sociology. Asa Bishop student, Mr. Oku go was consistently on the hon or roll. He was editor of the , I MV AIL ALEXANDER 0. OKUGO student publication. “The Bish op Beacon." While at Bishop, he won a Readers Digest contest and has had two articles publish ed in that magazine. He ultim ately plans to return to Nigeria, and he says that it is possible, hut not inevitable, that he will enter politics in the newly cre ated republic. Model T Fords from • dozen states will chatter along to day's expressways and turn pikes as they struggle to keep their temperatures down and their speeds up to reach Green field Village in time to star in a July 27-28 pageant. The Creative Years of Henry Ford.** This colorful outdoor show will Include a parade of carlv cars from the first ford of 1896 through significant models of the Ja te j|° s -. - An impressive display m a scries of seven rooms traces Ford’s life with exhibits rang ing from his first homemade tools to the many honors and gifts awarded him during his years of success. y Both Greenfield Village and adjoining Henry Ford Museum | are open seven days a weeK ( the year around. Summtri visiting hours are 9 - 6:30. i ■ : JHHHb 1 JSjm^Q' 7rJßF^> ' ' •' t K t g'T'"'K '- '7’** • *%£?.*, "**'*\ r J » ‘• '^? ,\.*■’ "*£ “• VC •* ft W’V' t »*,' *'" l .’■'V 1 *■■ ''’> , ] Famed international busi nessman Harry E. Boydan, right, congratulates Osborn* T. Poitier, president of Tho Regal Lady Elegance, Inc., in Bridgeport, Conn., following THE HOTTEST THING SINCE ROME BURNED * ERR - EXPERIENCE, RACE OR RELIGION EXCLUSIVE SALES AREAS NOW AVAILABLE 5M5 PM WKK Ptt/5 COMMISSION HUS COMPANY CAR A READY-TOGO PRESTIGE PROGRAM No Gimmicks, No Blue-Sky Claims, No Miracle Promises are involved. This is a straight-forward professional sales opportunity for men and women who can qualify to represent us in each area of the United States. As stated above, experience, race or religion is a matter of indifference —just qualify. If you ore seriously interested in earning a good day’s pay ($25 plus high commissions) for a good day's work, you will be supplied with the Very Finest Quality Mer chandise ever offered in the Direct Sales Field. Merchandise is Definitely Different ... 100% Exclusive . . . Sensibly Priced . . . Fully Guaranteed and Creates Chain re-action demand among buyers COMPANY PROVIDES STRONG BACKING Over $2,500,000 available to back you up with financing for "Time-Payment Sales. Late model Company Car each year. Initial Training plus Continued future guidance. Also, in addition to hospitalisation, vacation and fringe bene fits, we will back you all the way with National Consumer Advertising, Exclusive Protected Territories, and a Multi-Million Dollar Profit Shoring Plan. With our expansion to your area, this is truly a golden opportunity for you to get in on the ground floor (assuring an Excellent Future, Prestige and Security) with on Equal Opportunity Employer who is not afraid of Competition —but Creates it. Ih’strirt (or Crew) Mann gem with succemful experience in direct sales are invited to write [giving background and sales record) to: Osborne T. Poitier, President % 5 the formal launching of Hie firm into the national direct selling field and dedication of the firm's new offices. Law rence R. Chadboume, Regal ALL ACROSS THE U.S.A. "ERR NO BARRIER! Impartad Irlth T«bl« llntiu fiqyiiita, hondcraftad para Irith I man. Tablaclathi, napkint, and placa-matt ta match or complamant year flna china. » • TfIK REGAL LADY ELEGANCE, INC. \ 567-69 Stratford Avonuo, Bridgeport 7, Connecticut TtUpbo tm Aroo Cod# 203-366-3454 •'V -w / Imported (•••rIM ContUln CMm You've never teen anything 10 truly beautiful, to re froth ingly new, ta eidtingly eeduiive, and 10 tam.bly priced Avoilable in twelve modern pattern*. Elegance general manager, elatedly looks on after Boyden had addressed staff of firm which has backing of $2,500,- 000. \' y ? y .» * 4 Spark I In* Impart ad Cr , ttal Stan* worn Saparh Croatian* at aristocratic alaganca. Mouth biawn and hand-cut In tin dltflnttlro thapei and datignt. Friend ta tall. e io»c - Do Not S«nd Cmli. Send Certified Cho ch or Money Order—No CO D '., Plow# I HRIDGEPORT, Conn. As an increasing number of sit ins, march ins, pray ins and wade ins sweep the nation (racking up unprecedented gains of equal ity for the Negro) this sobering question increasingly pops up: “After integration what must the Negro do to shore up the bastion of freedom for himself and his posterity?" More und more (as time mar ches) swiftly reverlierates the answer: "The Negro must look to his economic future to insure his full participation in the pleas ures offered by the new free doms he most assuredly will gain from his impressive, mili tant efforts That is to say, the Negro must have something to contribute, once he achieves this equality, so say the Negro lead ers and sympathetic believe-s of the Negro cause Scattered across the nation are a number of Negro organizations and individuals intent upon study ing the economic plight of the Negro, who are also mapping plans to harness some of his wealth, to help the Negro fit more easily into the mainstreams of American life, once there is no longer a need for them to silently march on picket lines or to fight off the horrifying fangs of police dogs A commercial firm whose cre ation i> Bridgeport last year launched a business which is spiraling into a nationwide suc cess is also providing economic security for Negroes through creation of numerous avenues of employment. Known as The Regal Lady El egance, Inc., the new firm deals «•-' " \ Stalnlait Steal Coekworv America'* Snott. Virtually indettructibi*. Scientifically deigned ta >o*e on load, tual ond time. Hw>y covert St tnugly ta coptura vitamin* ond mineral* tho' odd to much ta heolth and food hover. Cuarantaad for o lifetime of tooting enjoyment. Thlt latlraat 3 Ply Stoinlatt Staal Utility Pen it nat an ordinary piaca al caokworo. It rt, in tael. Amarlea't Bnatl. Virtuolly indattructibla. It ia*at an Food, Pval and Tima With <tt thlning golden trim and identifying cratt it laod* tha field in Quality, Styling and Public occaptonca. UNHEARD-OF The tody 1547-49 Stratford Avenue Bridgeport 7, Connecticut Qentlement I on genuinely interested in repreienting your pretfige line! of merchandise in my oreo. At vitible proof of your high quollfy .tondordt, pirate ru.h me the 7% Stoinlei. Steel Utility Poe with Cover, ot .hown obove. ond the 5 pc. Ploce Setting of Imported Bovonon Porceto.n Chino, olong with o confidence! employment oppl.«ohon form. Enclosed it S2O 00 (plut totet tot if oppticoble) It it undertlood thot if I qeolify o» your Iron chlted repretentative, I will receive free o complete tet of the 20 pc., 3 ply Heavy Gauge Sta.nlett Steel Waterlott Cookware ond aSO pc. (Service for Eight) Bavouon Porcelain Chino tet per obove order. fPfeeM Type er A/et Pfefefyl Noma - Address in luxurious stainless steel wa terless cookware, china, stem ware and table service appoint ment which not only has social circles a buzz hut w hich also holds the germ of providing economic security for countless Negroes across the nation. Capitalized at $2 500.000 through the faith and confidence of internaPonally acclaimed busi nessman. Harry F. Boyden, pres ident of Quality Crusts lid'-- national Corp . of Teaiurk. N.J , Regal Elegance, as the Bridge port firm is popularly known, has launched a nationwide, fran chised program which holds promise of financial security for Negroes throughout the coun try. Led by hard driving executive Osborne T I‘oitier, a first cous in of movie, stage and television actor Sidney Poitier, Regal Lady Elegance was first shunted into the news last summer and fall when media across the nation carried tie* success story ol the firm's leading oificci Poitier. Boyden. whose multi - million dollar firm supplies the Bridge port companv with merchandise in Connecticut and New Eng land, generally and the Honor able Sidney .1 Clark of Wilming ton. Del., that suite's iir-t and only Negro judge* were credit ed with assisting Pewter's phe nomenal achievements with the Regal Lady Elegance. Clark is also Poitiers legal adviser. The firm is moving swiftly to set up branch offices along the Eastern seaboard and plans are steadily advancing for ultimate expansion into the interior and (Continued on Paqe 8) Imported Sterlott Plofworo Oiitlngtiihod, oiporfly crotfod to rit.lt in oopnp'once it rivolt tko tinning bocwty cl tlprling »il»or. *.o l ufc o in l«o oidwtivo thopot ond dot gni ' s' ’'n / , -N / —V- V&fy'fa \ \ Iff y PROMISE A rom*nti( pottorn o< rarr hrotrly. DgScato pinlt rotet . . , tbo fol'tmon for oil lovort . . t*tn dol ght o‘ pooli ond nmblom of tianor, aro portrorod on put# white trontiucenf Ch no <n tftoir every living tfoge from the fondnrotf btidi to fl<# t»ll blorm flo»»M Tito *0 'ft "om» PROMISE it on enchanting pottorn ol foment* ond boouly.