-THKCABOLINA TOQBB SATURDAY. SEPT. », 19TO 6A Thirty-third Degree Prince Hall Masons to Meet in Washington WASHINGTON, Di C. week by M. John G. Uwta, Jk, Ouiasaigß Grand Com ■ill of the United Supreme Job Bias Often Due to Fear- - NCCJ Leader Discrimination and fts Inter related practices against mi nority poups have steadfastly thwarted efforts to meet the challenge of providing equal employment to all Americana and has accounted for a steadi ly growing army of dlaillu rioned citizens. More than 20 years ago, becauae of this, the National Conference of Christians and Jews Initiated an educational pro para for industry which would seek to modify and group and Individual tendons arising from racial, na tional and religious prejudices. The NCCJ pioneered In bringing together leadership from labor and management and the general community for the purposes of tmpriving communication and under- between them and for eliminating diacrimination in the employment process. "Problems are diacuaaed frankly and are aimed at evolving realistic aolutioaa," (Continued on page #A) ■ FPoEtotiTiQ >ac ' er,s Label 1 CDICC I APPLESAUCE j JS£ I SALTINE ■CRACKERS I GALLON |9 w?|l I Box 1 RED BREAD I PRICES S AT , ■ ■ SEPT. 26, 1970. QUANTITY ■ Council and Accepted Scottish Rite, Southern Jurisdiction, Prince HaII Affiliation, that the 84th annual Marion of the organization would be held in Washington, D. C. October 10 to 18 at the Hotel Shoreham. Meeting will be all active members, officers, and honor ay members whoee class Numerals end in "0, 1 or 2." The Southern Jurisdiction covers all the area below the mythical Mason-Dixon Line and includes more than 200,000 Prince Hall Masons. All ssasions will be held in the Shoreham excepting the annual Divine or Memorial Service which will be held in the Shiloh Baptist Church. Features of the session will be the elevation of 32nd. de pee Prince Hall Masons to the 33rd. and last degree, the an nual Cathedral Fund Banquet, recognition and honoring of the Deputy of the Year, awarding of the Distinguished Service medal and the Gold Medal Achievement Award. Reports will be given on the various Masonic and Busi ness aspects of the organiza tion, and the multi-million dollar houaing project for low rent and rent supplement pro jects sponsored by the organi zation in various parts of the jurisdiction. Over 300 have sent in re servations for attendance and another 100 are expected to attend. The local chairman is Henry A. Dove. jhb if ■ J E. / u . i R. f ' NCCU GETS CHEMICAL AB STRACTS Coinciding with this fall's opening of the new sl.l million Hubbard Chemis try Building at North Carolina Central University, a 35-year collection of Chemical Ab stracts was presented to the school last week by Research Triangle Institute. Dr. E. L. Totton, left, NCCU chemistry department chairman, is shown at RTI examining some of the Tax Filing Requirements are Changed Changed Adivses IRS GREENSBORO - In prior years, any citizen or resident of the United Stated under 65 having gross income of S6OO or more during the tax year was required to file a Federal Income Tax Return. Next year things will be different. The Tax Reform Act of 1969 provides the following filing requirements for indivi duals: L A single person (not self employed) whose income in 1970 waa less than SI7OO is not required to file a Federal Tax Return. 2. A single person who is volumes with Institute senior editor C. II Burnett. Jr., of Durham. A mainstay of chemi istry research libraries, the abstracts arc published month ly by the American Chemical Society. They contain brief de scription of thousand of chemi cal research articles and pa pers appearing every year in scientific journals throughout the world. over 65 or blind need not file a return if his income was less than $2300; but if he is both blind and over 65, he need not file a return if his income is under $2900. 3. A married couple, who share the same household at the end of the year, need not file a return if their combined incomes were less than $2300. 4. Married taxpayers are en titled to an additional exemp tion of S6OO each for blindness and age. Hence, a married cou pie who ire both over 65 ltted not file a return if their com (Continued on page 10A) Favorable Tax Status Granted Greens. School GREENSBORO - A fkiw able ruling of tax exemption hat been panted by Internal Revenue in Greenaboro. The ruling waa laaued under the atatement of poaMon an nounced by the taternal Re venue Sendee on July 10 con cerning the tax emempt atatua of private achoola. In that atatement the Internal Reve nue Service concluded that it would no longer legally juetify allowing exempt atatua to pri vate achoola which practice racial diaotlmination. Nor can it aDow gifta to auch achoola to be treated aa charitable de duct iona for income tax pur poaea. Gifta made prior to an adverae ruling, however, would be deductible. Mr. Wall added that the July 10 atatement does not effect a achool'a ordinary admiaaiona policies which have no relation to race. Wall stressed that the IRS maintalna a vigorous program of auditing tax exempt or gs nizationa. Examination of private achoola will take into account complaints from the public or information from other sources that would indi cate non-compliance, together with assurances made by the schools to the IRS. If an exa mination indicated that a school has not administered ita nondiscriminatory admiaaiona policy in good faith, the tax exempt atatua of the school will be challenged. The Greenaboro Indepen dent School haa had ita racially nondiscriminatory admiaaiona policies publicized in numer ous local newspaper stories aa well as in a brochure issued by the school. Alexander to Head Black Political Fund WASHINGTON, D. C, - Clifford Almndg, Jr.,—a_ former White Houae tide to both Presidents John Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson, has agreed to serve as coordinator for the establishment of a na tional nonpartisan Black poli tical fund. According to Alexander, the fund would be used for: .financing massive voter re gistration and politican edu cation campaigns in Black communities * throughout the country; .providing financial assis tance for Black candidates of both parties; .developing a national or ganization to turn out the Black vote on election day; .establishing Black lobby ing groups at every level of government to train Blacks ( in practical campaign work; .developing a national re* search and literature center. The idea for a national non partisan Black political "war chest" was suggested and out lines by Louis Martin at the National Urban League con vention In New York City in July. Martin, a board member of the National Urban League, Is vice president of Sengstacke Publications of Chicago. For eight years, beginning in 1960, Martin was the top Black political advisor to Pre sidents Kennedy and Johnson, while serving as Vice Chakman of the Democratic National Committee. Alumni Urged To Register At S. C. State ORANGEBURG, S. C. - All graduates of South Caro lina State Collage who haw not registered at the Alumni Office on the campus are *ked to do so at the earliest possible date, said John Dor man, Jr., director of Alumni affairs and assistant director of development. Those parsons who have registered but who are not receiving the various publi cations issued from Alumni Office are asked to contact the office, also he added. ml ant Labor Secretary Arthur Fletcher, right, and John L. The most popular new ahade in the Paria faahion collections for fall waa a wine red, some times teamed with pink. Dior went heavily to black, brown and other "quiet" colora, while Feraud and Courrefes empha sized white. LONDON—Hitchhiker Julia Parker, after ahe and her husband were picked up by Prince Phillip: "We immediately recogniz ed him and he was much more handsome than I expected." BREAD ,4 b QQ to UaVt, Dealers Prices Good Thru Sept. 26th Pun Vegetable Shorteni AS TOR or more order AstorFull-O-Fruit Cock Save 50C «. limit 6 cans CANS with $5 or more order Banquet Asst. SUPPERS Gravy & Salisbury Steak Gravy Chicken & Dumplins Beef Stew Package T-Bone STEAKS Sirloin and $4 19 Porterhouse ■ - W-D Brand-U 5. Choke Beef , Your Choice H Pound ™ Wilks, Director of the Office r of Federal Contract Compli a nee, review a report that jobs ~ for minority workers under the The 103 rd North Carofina ( NINE STAR-FILED NIGHTS! jm MM Wm an i6-2i [• N f RfIGOH Lf— I I f DIXIE DARLING White made with Buttermilk Philadelphia Plan are running ahead of first-year goals re quired by the equal employ ment opportunity program.

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