The Charlotte post. (Charlotte, N.C.) 1918-????, September 21, 1972, Page 2, Image 2
Dr. Diggs To Lecture Here Wednesday A "pioneer in detection and treatment of Sickle Cell Anemia w7TT~ ctetiver—the second lecture of the Visiting Scholars Program at 7:30 p m. Wednesday In Johnson^—C, Smith University's Science Building.' Dr. Lemuel W-, Diggs, Goodman Prof, of Medicine, Emeritus at the U. of Ten nessee. will lecture on "Sickle Cell Hemoglobin and its Consequence.” The lecture is free, and open to the public. Instrumental inviting Dr. Diggs to participate in the program was Smith's biology department director, • Dr. rtlice Jean Hitzeman who heard him lecture when she studied radiation biology at the U. of Tenn. in' 1971. “Here is a man who has been in this kind of, research for the better part of his professional lifetime,” ~E)r. Hitzeman declared. ‘“Sickle Cell Anemia has come to the public eye only in recent years," she elaborated, ad ding, oowies is o Campaigning Again ’ — RALEIGH , September 15 Mrs. Hargrove (Skipper) Bowles, wife of the Democratic nominee for Governor, returned to the campaign trail today with campaign stops in Southern Pines, Carthage, Aberdeen, and Greensboro where she will attend a function at North Carolina A&T State Univer sity. . v September 24. She will appear with Raymond Horn on WCTI-TV' on Thursday morning in New Bern. ~--—-—__ A news conference is scheduled for 9:00a.m. Friday i in Wilmington. Mrs. Bowles will then record an interview with WWAY-TV StSS~appear live on Jim Burns’ show on WECTrTV. At 7:30 p m. she rwill attend a fish fry at Por ter’s Neck. On Saturday, Mrs. Bowles will ride with the candidate in Benson’s Mule Day Parade. Grier Enlists [n U. S. Navy i Jerome Grier, son of Mm. lea trice Grier of* 1819 Seigle tve.. Charlotte, N.C. 28205 his nlisted in the United States Javy and was transferred to he U.S. Naval Training ’enter at Orlando, Florida for tecruit Trainiifg, accord'r,^U>' •'•tty Officer Tennent local Na*r"Recruiter for this area. Priot tn his enlistment in the Nav.y Jerome attended Oaring* High School Petty Officer Tennent in vites anyo,,, intersted in the Nayy *° ''"tact him at the local Nayy i^^ng Office located inhe Executive rade K * \ "Dr Diggs was doing research in the field when it ~was not popular." The debilitating disease hap no cure, and is transmitted by genes found only in some blacks persons. Dr. Hitzeman explained. "We need to im press upon blacks that when carriers of the disease marry each other, there is the chance that one in four of their children will inherit this disease,” she warned. Dr. Hitzeman said key personnel from Charlotte’s Model Cities Program, as well as students from Shaw U. and St. Augustine’s in Raleigh have been invited to hear Dr. Diggs’ lectures, which will be followed by a discussion period. Dr. Diggs has conducted teaching and research at the ■ U. of Tenn. since 1929 except for three years when he was clinical - pathologist at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. He received the B.A. and M.A. degrees at Randolph Macon College, and hisM.D at Johns Hopkins University. => In addition to many papers on sickle cell anemia, Dr. Dices has written Mnrnhnlnov of Human Blood Cells; Basic Medical Laboratory Procedures'; co-authored the Textbook in Clinical Pathology; and assisted ip revising Gould’s Medical Dictionary. He was editor of the Manual of Approved Laboratory Procedures in mi _ * °r. Diggs is a member of the Board Of Governors of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and is past president of the Memphis Academy of Medicine. 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(PHOTO B^ PEELER) Che voiles’ *■ » Saturday Night Fish Fry Lured Sizable Turnout BREAM FRYING IN A BIG BLACK WASHPOT with its ^succulent scent wafting across the comm unify ot FffwCreek, some word-of-mouth ad vertising, rock-n-roll music blaring from a portable record player, and liquid refresh ments to satiate even the most discriminating palates were the prime ingredients put together by the members of The Chevelles Social CTuB here last week. They successfully lured a sizable and enthusiastic crowd to their 6th fund-raising function last Saturday Night in the''back yard of Mrs. Melvin Anderson. Their next benefit affair will be a Pre-Halloween Dance at the Hi Fi Supper Club on the 28th of October. ' t • . - The young busiol them selves doing Tl^ET GOOD Girl Scout Day Set For September 30 GRANDFATHER MOUN TAIN, Girl Scout Day will be observed for the second straight year at Grandfather r Mountain on satur^ayr \ All GirT^coijts, regardless (of their troop or council af filiation, will be admitted to ’‘Carolinas Top Scenic At traction” free of charge. All gate admission fees will be donated to the Pisgah Girl Scout Council which com prises 17 Weste-n North Carolina counties. rr—i——— Many Girl Scouts in the Pisgah Couneil-wiU be par ticipating in a “Thank You” project on Girl Scout Day. They will walk along the many hiking trails across Grand father Mountain, picking up trash discarded by earlier hikers. Council leaders selected this clean-up project as a means “to show our appreciation” for the financial famed travefaMraction! Hugh Morton, 'president of Grandfather Mountain, I nr f started the Girl Scout Day observance in 1971, saying that the benefits were to reward the girl scouts for their concern in environmental problems andlheir work in the area of ecology. ~ The prime concern throughout the development of Grandfather Mountain over the years has been to insure that the highest mountain in the Blue Ridge Range remains ah unspoiled, unpolluted wilderndts where raw nature will always be its. feature offering. LADYh«*-.I WESTERLY HILLS SHOPPING CENTER YOU i 2517 WESTERLY HILLS DRIVE PHONE 392-8757 Knit Brand Name Vests To *9»« Assorted Jeans *4°° i.IIOW We Have A lyw Stock Of / / Bikini Jeans ( IS *ITH THIS \9 I ad»e» *»-**<*««. ! 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