RdcTs Super Food Mart h Viable Westskfe Bnanra Henderson Reid .Modest businessman map u> me community. He feels it’s his duty to hire “school kids” to train them in various areas of the retail business. “I like to teach them how to cut meats, to treat customers, and even to run the ™»«h register,” Reid mentioned. “I do that so these young people can go to larger grocery chains and be com petit!ve.” This attitude re vealed more about Reid’s personality; he’s unselfish and strictly concerned with helping others. "We need to work to gether,” Reid stressed. He has noticed in his business that the “older crowd don’t support” his business weu. l get more young people supporting my busi ness than I do older peo ple,” Reid informed. He doesn’t know if the reason isjeatousy or an unaware ness of the importance to support black businesses. i ---—■ ■ — ■■■ - Percent Discount With Coupon DIVINE Nevertheless, Reid has his priorities in perspec tive. “I’d rather help blacks than anybody else,” he spoke frankly. “I’ll al ways give money that I ■make, back to the Mack community,” he stressed. Reid does give money to the community with scon sisfency. “I make dona tions to black churches; my account, is with a black owned bank; in other words, I don’t make my money in the black com munity and then spend it in Myers Park,” stated Reid as he summed up his points. He has' received the ~ Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership award and the certificate for salesman ship from the Economic Development Council. He is a member of the A may James Presbyterian Church and the Northwest Optimist Club. - The NAACP member who said his favoriteblack person in history is Dr. George Washington Car ve:, is now setting up houses for rent on Dr. Carver Road in Charlotte. “The land was willed to me by my grandmother and I don’t just-want to let it be there,” Reid said. Also a member of the Masons and the Fraternal Order of Police, Reid won’t let anything which is a part of his life remain in a state of complacency. After all, he’s an achiever. --- - -—.— • If yon are not ad versiting in The Char , ; lotte Post, yon art! not. reaching the black con-' * sumer market. IfliQtf -mm * Has The Answer To Your Advertising Needs Calf For All Hair Care Needs Come By Our New Location • Classes-in Hair Weaving Available • 1516 West Blvd. • Only Steps Away From Old Location • _ 376-0496 Here’s what’s in store for your pure pleasure at this year’s y Southern Living Show: An all-electric Dpme Home, exquisite ly decorated for touring. 20 Landscaped • • • gardens—from lily ponds to moun A . tain nooks and private patios. - A dozen designer rooms, in all the colors of spring. An old umey seed store, and a robot to give you directions. Hundreds ot orchid displays. A beautiful bonsai area. Crafts by the score. A gardeners marketplace, filled with plants for inside and out ade - plus lots of expert advice. Lawn and Garden equipment, travel ideas. An accessories market. A complete standard AAWTTvi oixvyvv. rvuu — opmig everywhere you look. Come, get your spring tonic early... Southern living Show. y CIiuuxujxi anl return In; ---- I SfHJTHERN LIVING SHOW. | Box 36859, Charlotte. N.C. 38236 | Please send: | -Advance tickets$3.501$4 at tkxrr) | _— Preview tickets for Feb. 24 © $25 ea | I tax deductible! — Benefit for Discovery Place) | Chedt endosed for $--payable to ■ Stxithem Living Show ■ Mail (ft: J Name_ | Address __ I City-1-State_Zip_ LFbr group or more information.'call .376-6594 5muI?84 ShtMtHoureJ0a.tft to9:Xft.m. weekdays; 10a.m to Sub«ienkSUndayS' Advance Tickets at Beik A Bush

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