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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, July 05, 1969, Page 6A, Image 6

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6A —THE CAROLINA TIMES SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1969 9 DELTA PRESIDENT Mrs. Frankie M. Freeman, national president of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority will preside at the 30tb National Convention when the group meets in Baltimore, Md. August 10-16. Set an example at the table for leisurely dining. Hurried eating can cause food particles to lodge in the air passages, the Council on Family Health reminds. KROGER WILL BE CLOSED ™ DAY ' JUIY 4TH OPEN REGULAR HOURS IUL ' t l kW » / INK WTirs N WMDP 1 vbbvX Fun cut m!!v >t QQ c 111 5429 STEAK USDA Choice Tender ay Rolled and tied for CUIUS.. ... , tain Rolllb.St.M SMOKED HAM^49 C Chick Steak IM9c Packer'* Plump. Leader, luscious DEL MONTI ORANGE, GRAPE PUNCH a aai m »«»W GREEN PEAS 8 Kroger Vac Pak—Juicy sweet corn packed fresh from the cob VIACEB I IL «• PnDM C "" OQc "ACHES 3- 88c uunN 9 - Bo Kroger—Tops in rich, zesty flavor ... 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Y« mart fee Good In aalads and fruit cupa i utfl)M «r W r »«» win k* nMi. ► M* If My Nlm* an ratarmS aaarfata*. H I* Mly kacauM. la wr I adamant, May mM Mt araAwa ' arlntt kciilWi l« ran |~ i Credit m»w, radaamafcla tar RMrcfeMMM la wr Kmtr Stan, wtN ka aaat m h hi amaa* b ™ 4 hM tar aack aaarlata* Mxta. 4 COMFLSTS rates LISTS AND MAILINe AVAILASLI AT ALL Kaooaa STORM. > Now in its 56th year, Delta Sigma Theta is a national or ganization of 50,000 college trained, predominantly black women. (See story front page, Ist sec.) The tenrec of Madagascar, a relative of the shrew and hedge hog, is covered with spines and rolls up into a tight ball when attacked. Pres. Nixon Signs Info Law His First Veteran Benefit Measure WINSTON-SALEM Presi dent Nixon has signed into low the first direct veteran benefit measure passed by the Congress in his administration. Among its principal provi sions, PL 91-22, which became effective June 6,1969, increases from $17,500 to $21,000 the maximum amount which the Veterans Administration may loan a veteran for a home. Also raised from SIO,OOO to $12,500 the amount which the VA may grant paraplegic vete rans for specially adapted hous ing. W. R Phillips, Manager of the North Carolina VA Region al Office, said another provi sion of the new law extends the specially adapted .housing benefit to veterans who have either lost or lost use of one lower extremity and are suffer ing other service-connected neu rological or orthopedic disabil ity requiring regular use of a wheel chair. Previously, Phillips said, only veterans who had lost or lost use of both lower extremi ties as the result of military service were eligible for VA "wheelchair home" grants. Finally, the new law relaxes the first lien requirements for VA-guaranteed home loans to permit guaranty of homes for veterans where basic financing requires first lien security for j monthly charges to home buy ers for development of com munity and recreational facili ties. Mrs. M. Hardy Hostess to Rose Garden Club Mrs. Mary Hardy was hostess to the Lyon Park Rose Garden Club recently at her home, 901 Dupree Street. Mrs. Fannie Tapp led the devotions. The meeting was then presided over by the president, Mrs. Mattie Canty. Reports from various committees were read and re ceived. After the business meeting, Mrs. Hardy assisted by Miss Mable Freeland served a most delicious repast to the follow ing members: Mesdames Pearl Brown, Elizabeth Bullock, Mat tie Canty, Mable Freeland, Helen McClain, Alice Jones, Catherine Shaw, Willie G. Sneed, Fannie Tapp, M. W. Webb, Miss Alene Mebane. Mrs. Canty thanked the hostess for the evening. W 9 H m j j ON PR STAFF Lemuel M. Wells has been appointed to the public relations staff of Lorillard Corporation, it was disclosed by Preston Robert Tisch, president of Loew's The atres, Inc. and Lorillard, a sub sidiary. Mr. Wells took his A.B. at Howard University, Wash ington, D. C., and completed requirements for his Master of Arts, School of Public Rela tions and Communications at Boston University. He will be active in P.R. for the cigarette and pet food concern. TO ALLEND APOLLO 11 LAUNCH—Dr. M. Maceo Nance, Jr., president of South Carolina State College, will attend the historic launching of Apollo 11, the first manned lunar mission July 16 at the John F. Kennedy Space Center, Florida. (See story front page, Ist sec.) MRS NOftftlS Psycho-Cybernetics To Be Subject Of Book Review "P sy c ho-Cybernetics: An Avenue to the Divine Art of living" will be the subject of a review of Psycho-Cybernetics, a book by Dr. Maxwell Maltz, at a discussion and fellowihip meeting of Sunday, July 8 at 6:00 p.m. at the residence of Mrs. Ludmila Van Sombeek, 1903 Essex Road. Mrs. Jean Scales, teacher of English at i North Carolina Central Univer sity, will be the speaker. The public is cordially invited. Progressive Bapfs. to Hold i Annual Session MIAMI BEACH, Fla.—The re ligious trails are "straight and wide" regardless the mode of travel for those delegates plan ning to visit the area for the purpose of attending the Bth Annual Session of the Progres sive Baptist here for one week beginning August 31. Several thousand officers and members of the 750,000-mem ber organization will invade Miami Beach by chartered plan eB, special convention trains, busses an 4 ocean going liners. Those conventioners who in tend to make the scenic drive by automobile down the Flori da coast will find U. S. 1 a multi-lane highway all the way. U.S. 301 splits the eighth larg est state down the middle. Both are in excellent condition and intersect the Sunshine State Parkway at more than one point. , American Automobile Asso ciation reports show that the only major highway construc tion in the U. S. is in the far northwest section but all motor ists are advised to contact their local office and secure a travel folder. x-\ Libby or Astor COCKTAIL Limit vour Rights \ 3*M?K*V 7 Save cno,ce 55 ■ Reserved murc order Prices Good Chek Drinks Havorg j WILL BE Astor Pure Vegetable Shortening SAVE 25 J -"JM 9ft FRfiSffDRESSED W NORTH CAROLINA FRYERS PLUMP & TENDER Holly Farms WHOLE JULY 4th HOLIDAY COOK OUT SPECIAL! W-D BRAND US CHOKE BEEF YOU GET : For Charcoaling, 5-lbs. T-Bone Steak Broiling or Frying 5-lbs. Sirloin Steak Steak JOO 5-lbs. 10-lbs. Ground Beef ALL THIS ONLY W MM SUPERBRAND SHEBERT OR ICE CREAM 2 s^oo HALF v CTNSI

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