San Antonio Register (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, September 3, 1965 Page: 4 of 8
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National Child Safety Week
flURING the September 8-15 period, there will
be a nation-wide observance which deserves
the wholehearted cooperation of everyone in this
country. It is National Child Safety week, and its
purpose i- to instill in the minds of our school chil-
dren sound and proven safety practices.
The toll of injuries and deaths that accidents
•ike from our youngsters is appalling. It is true, of
course, that children are naturally adventurous.
Thev like to trv new and fascinating things—some
of which are filled with hazards. Being immature,
they are frequently thoughtless, as is attested by
grim news itpms which tell of children running out
from between parked cars into traffic-heavy streets,
and there being run down.
The rules of safety must be everlastingly em-
phasized to them if tragedy is to be averted.
Adults mu t do the teaching.
And adults mu t also advance the cause of safe-
ty by example. How, for instance, can safety rules
be impressed at school, when children see their
teachers cut to the wrong side of the street, and
park their cars improperly, and leave them that way
We read of children who drown because their
parents allowed them to swim alone, or in dangerous
We read also of parents, with their children,
venturing out in overloaded boats and swamping,
often with loss of life.
And, in innumerable instances, motorists cal-
lously fail to take the proper precautions when pass-:
ing schools and playgrounds. How many observed!
the 20-mile per hour, no-passing regulations in
eehool zones, today, in San Antonio?
JSo the story goes. It is a story which can be
brought to an end if all of us will participate in Na-
tional Child Safety week—and then apply, and drive
by, the lessons for ALL the weeks to come.
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EQUAL BIGHTS CARRY
Negro Pr«« International
MO ROANFIELD, Kj—Motili and
near Camp Breckinridge last
w»*ek were searched In an effort to
fund "P student* for return to the
tump from which many fled during
a recent me** hall riot.
From 50 to 180 job corps enr-'llee*
revolted in a fra < a* reportedly fo*
terad by mess hall "slop" being *err-
e<t Thirteen persona wer* injured.
In the r1ut'« wak*. some students fled
in fear other* asked to i«a*e and
v«-ra ahip|»ed out «n ape<*ial buaea.
According to Oharle* Preston, pub-
li< relations director, 2^0 student*
■ *-■ re fmnd in nearby Kvtniville, Ind.,
Hud «fr« /. turned to the former army
Tbe riot reaalteii In the dismissal
«if at least 20 corpsmen and trail#-
f»*r requests from 111 others.
Honor4; f hicaso's
OH I r AC
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Not for s jkern*
th«< cifv'a. . . «t
> A unique birthday
held in Chiiago Sunday,
hut f(kr a hoii*e-
1 persona gathered
■*m the lawn nt 4't'M Wnbash for a
birthday tea commemorating the 120th
tmiiv';-nry of < lii<ago's oldest home,
th 1 l-nxnn **\Vid»«f Clarke house.'
Tbi- historic mansion is now owned,
r. int.'lined :«nd being reHt«»red by St.
1. ;! (Inirch "f «In Christ.
Hi>hop I,- '.is Henry Ford, pastor of
gt Pa ti i nd national and Interna
tlonal piibl'n relations director,
Chnrch «»t «.«h1 in Christ, said bis con-
frir.'ition take* "greilt pride" in pre-
gerving and maintaining the Chicago
The Widow Clarke house was built
lit iKltt at ltith street and Michigan
avtnne, 64 years nfter Jean Point®
Baptists P'iSable, a Negro of Hai-
tian birth, built a cabin on the banks
of the Chicago river and became the
«i»v's first permanent settler.
It was constructed by Henry
Brown Clarke, s hardware dealer
(Jlarke livtd in th" building nntil
kis dentil, during n cholera epidemic,
ta 1MU» end his wife, Caroline, re-
gained there until sh«» died in l*flO
After the great Chicago fire in
■1871, the atrnetflre was purchased by
John Chrimejt a prominent tailor.
Ohrimea. fearing another diaaatroua
fire, moved the home outside the then
town limita to Ita preaent location.
The Matoric house waa purehaaed
by Bt. Paul to 1H40 and aeveral thou
Cid dollar* have been apent in reha
Tbe Widow Clark* bouse la In-
dulled la a guide book of "Chicago'*
jamoue bnlidinga," which waa made
Available to tfe pvbflc last apring
kf Ike dty commiaaidA as arch 1 tec-
~ waa daa featur ti aa
mer vacation in a feature atory ap-
pearing in Mnlweat, magaalne supple-
ment <tt the Chicago Sun-Times.
A o-ding to Biahop Ford, bundreda
of vi«»it«»ra. both Negro and white,
tour the house each year, marveling
at tbe way it baa been maintained
through tbe yeara.
Bishop Ford aald visitor* have In-
cluded several dclegatlop* from for-
The ultimate dream of Biabop Ford
and the congregation of fft. Paul la
to achieve authentic biatorical res-
toration of tbe structure.
"We want to restore this Chicago
landmark to Its original beauty and
grace/' Bishop Ford declared.
"In ao doing," he added, "we be-
lieve it will serva aa a symbol to the
Negro and white communities of our
goala iu tbe area of civic pride and
Named to Late
Malcolm X's Post
Negro Press International
DETROIT—Black Musliai leader
Elijah Muhammad has picked a auc-
cessor to assassinated Malcolm X
who defected last year to form bis
own group. Fpeaking before nearly
fl.000 followers in Cobo hall last week,
Muhammad named Boston-born Louis
.\. 'VI. to the post once held by Mal-
Louis X, in the group for 10 years,
now head* "mosquea" in lioston and
New York, dividing his time between
the two. lie ha* taken over the task
"f intr-Klucing Muhammad at black
I>uring Mnhammad'* lir»-riiinute
speech, he told followers the only
way to solve the problem between
whites and bl.-icks was to "segregate
and s»'t up a separate Black Muslim
-t .i f
"Tbe only right America can give
yon," be declared, "is the rirht to
leave her and give you a good aend
"Don't look to the white man for
love, it is not In hii nature to love,"
He said Negroes don't want to fn-
egrnte, to "be swallowed up by their
former master* and lone their ideu- .
(A weakly public service feature
from the Texas State Department of
By J. X. PEAVY, M D.
State Commissioner of Health
Emphysema—a word you
scarcely heard 50 years or
so ago—is a word you hear
more and more frequently to-
One reason is, whereas few people
had tke disease then, many are being
diagnoeed with it today. Just In the
laat ten yeara, death* from this dia-
e**e have Increased alt time* over.
Mora than 10,000 die from It every
Emphysema — pronounced em-fib-
SEFwna— la a dangerou* disease caua-
ing the lungs to become greatly en-
larged. Actually, it la derived from a
Greek word meaning "iaflation."
Blmply speaking, this is what hap*
pena A'Vn a person haa emphysema.
His lunge, which normally contract
and expand—inhaling and exhaling
air—l»egin to loee their elasticity.
When thia happen*, air cannot be
completely expelled and eome of it re-
main* in the lung*.
Emphysema may begin with only a
slight morning and evening incon-
venience in breathing. Next, a abort
walk may be enough to bring on aa
nttack of breathlessnees. Aa tbe dis-
»>ase progresses, the person worka .
harder to inhale air. Tbe lung* may I
become overatretclied, at the same
time becoming leae efficient In ex-
changing oxygen for carbon dioxiile.
l'nless promptly treated, the lungs
may be permanently damaged. A day-
in. day-out atruggle to keep the lungs
working can develop, every breath
requiring a major effort. The sltimate
hazard of emphynema, however, is the
extra load it puts on the heart, which
ia required to pump harder and hard-
Is emphysema a "catching" disease?
The cauae of thia diaeaae ia not fully
understood, but many different things
nre believed to contribute to ita slow
development. These include chronic
bronchitis, severe whooping cough
early in life, allergic asthma, related
pneumonia, air pollution and amok-
At the present time, emphysema ia
tbe most common chronic disease of
tbe lung*. The beat way to fight
the disease is to prevent it by esrly
diagnosis, by svoiding the causes of
the disease wherever possible, and by
proper care of other respirstory con
ditions when they occur.
Emphysema ia a aerioua diaease. It
damagce your lunga and it can dam-
age your heart If you have respira-
tory infections or troubles, ses your
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ROCKEFELLER CENTER * NEW YORK
IMPORTERS • BLENDED N PROOF
New York Urban
$500,000 Fund Drive
Negra ['res* International
NFAV YORK — The (rban
league of Greater New York
has opened what will be the larg-
est fund eainpaign ever under-.
taken by the elvil rights grovp.
Ita executive director, Alexander
J. Allen, di*rlo**4.
The league currently la hi a
tftOO.000 fund campaign to cam-
bat "the roots of discrimination
and poverty." Funds will be used
to deal with employment, hous-
ing. education and health and'
welfare problems. |
last year, the organirntion
874,000 through Its
Joskes of Texas
woi rr and marx
FIVE CONVENIENT PAYMENT
PLANS AT JOSKE'S OF TEXAS!
% UP AY PLAH
1. THIRTY-DAY CHARGE ACCOUNT
3. FLEXIBLE CHARGE ACCOUNT
4. COUPON BOOK
6. LONG TERM BUDGET PLAN ON PURCHASE* OF $29.95 OR MORE
Joske's offers a credit plan to suit your budget, ft plan to suit your purchase.
Ask your salesperson for details, or stop by our Credit Department on th«
Fourth Floor. Shop with as for everything for yourself, your family and jrotnr
home for fall and winter . . . and enjoy your purchases while yon pay for
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Boiled Ham k 99c
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Sirloin Steak 93c
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Km* Illinois GoMm BanUa
corn knu 6 25*
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apples 4tt crfu 49*
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ice cream ™ c- 79* shortening 59'
Kobry PUIn Shoestrins Na 800 Can Del Monte Jit. SOS Can
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potatoes 3 ,w 25* spinach
cup cakes - • 37"
Party Cake • Plain er Sasarod
Hamkurser er Het Dei
buns . w, -'27*
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on Sunday, Sept—her S, aa asnl, aad -m M»
day, Laker Day, «, se tkat imt
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STAMPS WITH EVERT JM PUECHASH
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