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WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 15,1975 THE TRffiUNAL AID PAGE 7
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ASTRODEST/NY ku--iK-,■ We Like Selling
A ia speed are your career asseh. AlifHe
large rewards in monefary areas.
TAURUS
Apr. 20 - May 20
CANCER
June 21 - July 22
LEO
July 23 - Auir. 22
VIRGO
Aug. 23 - Sept. 22
You'll be caughf if you try to put anyttiing c
your romantic mote this week. So don't try.
It's one of those weeks when nothing seerns to go the
woy you want it to. Plod oheod - it does get better.
Mixing business with pleasure could be disasterous as
weU as disagreeable. Be prudenf In your acHviHes.
Isn't it exciting to be the life of the party. All that
wasted time, unconsciously lost, but never mind, it
will be different now.
New friends on the scene open the door to romance,
■me big wonder seems to be you. Are you ready for
♦ *>« ^parties will not be unusual this week. It
■ will be up to you to take things In moderation.
Finances and friends go together this week. Make
Nov. 21
Look to hitherto unused sources of strength to solvea
negative source of irritation.
THE TRIBUNAL AID
The reason why I like to
seU THE TRIBUNAL AID
is because when I flnish sell
ing them I will get paid. They
are very interesting that you
will know, when you read
them your cheerfulness will
really show. It’s “Black So
ciety”. It’s mostly for Blacks.
It’s more easier than going to
the vard bendins your backs.
CAPRICORN
Dec. 22 - Jan. 19
No matter the seriousness of the proble
of persuasion sees you through.
All this week romance proves to be o "sticky wickef
and the slightest word could trigger on outburst.
CUTTY SARK AWARD GOES TO
STEPHEN BURROWS
At a recent showing uf fashions in New
York, Stephen Burrows, one of America’s
leading fashion designers was presented
with the Cutty Sark achievement award for
his outstanding contributions to fashion
throughout the world. Winner of the 1973
Coty Award for fashion design and Special
Award winner in 1974 for his leisure clothes
collection. He has just introduced a new
fragrance, “Stephen B”. Pictured holding
Cutty Sark award is Stephen Burrows with
four of America’s leading models (left to
right) Norma Jean Darden, Alva Chinn, Pat
Cleveland and Beth Ann Hardison.
Say Brother On Channels 4&26
Investments can backfi
solidate your finances.
5. Now is the time to con-
Get advice from experts.
“Aborigine” means “first
inhabitants”. And that’s what
the Black population in Aus-
Builds Good Citizens
standing among different
ethnic groups and formulate a
set of attitudes, a code of
personal morals and ethnics,
develop self-respect, self-
confidence, sel notivation,
self-direction. T1 > involves a
formation of several group
clubs and leadership grovrth
seminars.
(3) CULTURAL PRO
GRAMS: To encourage crea
tivity pride in work, self-
expression. This includes arts
and crafts classes, individual
guidance,-rwoodshop classes,
’ music appreciation, and drop-
in activities.
tralia were, where the Aborig
ines once numbered 300,000.
Through subtle genocide, there
are now only 115,000 left.
SAY BROTHER Wednesday
night at 10 p.m. on Channels
4 and 26 talks with Gullpillil,
Brandura, Bandilil and Brian
Syron - all Aborigines. Their
history, music, dance and
social customs are part of this
and dollars comes &om the Upon returning the completed ^®*““®ting program.
Continued From Page^l
In 1975 the operating is to be filled out by his
budget of the Boys’ Club is parents (unless he is 16 - 18
$47,000.00. Forty-six thous- years, he may fill out his own)
United Way of Gaston County.
$1,000 comes from McAden-
ville Community Chest.
In comparison to a thous
and other Boys’ Clubs in the
country, Gaston Boys’ Club
would be considered an aver
age sized operation.
Under the dynamic leader
ship of the Executive Direc
tor, Mr. Vernon L. Perry, the
Club effectuates a program
based upon the needs and
interests of the boys which
card he brings the fee and is
issued a Boys’ Club member
ship card.
Membership files are brok
en down into four categor
ies:
6-10. . Midget . .Code “M”
11-13. . .Junior . . Code “J”
14-16. . . .Int . . . Code “I”
17-18. . .Senior . . Code “S’*
(The above codes are reflected on
each of the membership cards.)
Congressman Parren Mit-
chel of Baltimore, Maryland,
is on SAY BROTHER’S Polit
ical Notes, and A. B. Spellman,
Black historian and professor
at Harvard, offers commen
tary.
SAY BROTHER is an
electronic grapevine - people
commenting on what poet
Langston Huges called “the
sweet flypaper of life.”
Marita Rivero is the pro
ducer and David Crippens is
the host.
If youte fMiing gloomy
and read a TRIBUNAL AID,
it will m 9 your business
problems ieel like they’vi
been paid
It has exciting things for
kids and grown-up too. It
will make you feel happy if
you’re “eling blue.
So lease buy a TRIBUN
AL aid. It will ease your
mind. If you are feeling
mean or mad, it will make
you feel kind.
Angelia Hobbs
430 Edwin Street
Gastonia, N.C.
(Age 11)
(4) PHYSICAL EDUCA- the Qub serves.
TION: To develop physical Mr. Perry states, “We add
fitness and teach sound per- quality programming of fun,
sonal health concepts and but fun with a purpose. The
practices. This includes screen- purpose being to prepare our
ing for the physically undevel- young men to live as pro-
oped, seasonal athletics, daily ductive members of our socie-
fitness programs, low organ- ty and in peaceful coexistence
ized activities, tournaments with his fellowman.”
and contest in activities. The membership age for
(5) SOCIAL RECREA- the Qub is 6 - 18 years. The
PATRON I2F
YOUR
ADVERTISERS
Kiddies-Can-Do-Ii
TION: To prepare for the
constructive and creative use
of one’s leisure time now and
in adult life. Provide activities
that will encourage firiendly
ciMnpetition and fair play and
eliminate all inappropriate
briunkm.
cost of the membership is 50
cents ($.50) per year with the
membership year running
from September 1 to August
31.
A boy needs only to stop
by the Club and request a
mtfflbMihip q^jUcation wfaidi
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-A FINANCIAL GENIUS IS ONE WHO CAN
FASTER THAN HIS Wl^ CAN SPEND XTT
CONTlfttNTAL PKATUWt
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LAWN MOWERS
REPAIRED
AND SHARPENED
XUTO OIL COMPANY
102 GBemsboro Koad High Point
The reason I like THE
TRIBUNAL AID is because
it’s good enough to sell and
also get paid for selling it.
It’s very interesting and civi
lized. You can buy one and
read one if you have good
eyes.
It has a message for
the youngsters as well as
the old. It will make you
feel better and increase your
final goal.
It has traveled through
Greensboro and other cities,
too, bringing good news and
sometimes bad news and
information to you.
So take my advice and buy
Arthritis Sufferers:
WAKE UP WITHOUT
Att THAT STIFFNESS!
New formula for arthritis
minor pain is so strong you
can take it less often and still:
wake up in the morning with
out all the pain’s stiffness.
Yet so gentle you can take
this tablet on an empty stom
ach. It's called Arthritis Pain
Formula. Get hours of re
lief.-Ask for Arthritis Pain
Formula, by the makers of
Anacin' analgesic tablets.
IDID YOU BUY VMIR
CAR
from a
x'RIBUNAL AID
mEITlSU ?
THE TRIBUNAL AID. Youll
be glad you did for the price
you paid.
Sharon Hobbs
430 Edwin Street
Gastonia, N. C.
(Age 13)
Register
Now!
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with a
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IF you want to make some very attractive pictures ror your play-
house, there is nothing bettter than the poppy for your subject.
This system wHl aid you to draw them easily. Be sure to take your
v&ter colors or crayons and color your drawing. Color the flower
Ctals a bright pink, the centers a golden yellow and the stem, bud and
a gray-green
BE YOUR OWN BOSS
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
BE independent own your own busi
ness PART or FULL Time. Hundreds of
business opportunities, many with NO
CASH required. We include FREE 6
monthly issues of* “Opportunity Mag
azine” (Est. 1923) with the purchase
of our New Francise Directory listing
America’s leading money maldng Op
portunities. Everything complete $3.00
postpaid.
MAIL TODAY
•OPPORTUNITY"
Ihe I'libunal Aid
P. O. Box V21
High Point, N.C. 27261
Enclosed find $3.00 (cash, check or
money order) for which please send
me The Francise Driectory and the
FREE six monthly issues of “Oppor
tunity Magazine’’.
Make check or money order payable
to THE TRIBUNAL AID.
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TOTAL AMOUNT OF BONDS. MORTGAGES DR OTHW
CURITY HOLDERS OWNING OR HOLOINQ 1 i>ERCENTOR MORE OF
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