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gious Moncrieff, President of National Achievement Clubs and Roy Kohler of Gulf Oil, luncheon chairman. Gulf hosted events in three other cities, Atlanta, New York City, and Philadelphia, where it encouraged community leaders to plan larger events using the Pittsburgh format. In New York city, upper left, the planners furnished material to schols [[schools]] and carried its educational aspects into Black History Week. (Left to right) Donald Pratt, Gulf Oil-Atlanta; Rev. John Hicks, Pastor of St. Mark's Methodist Church; John Cahill, Gulf District Marketing Manager; and Jon Allen, Gulf Public Relations Director in New York. Upper right, the Philadelphia event included Dr. Michael Marcase, Superintendent of Schools, left and Frank Green of Bicentennial Sports.

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[[caption]] Arthur Hill congratulates Dr. Elbert Ellen for his outstanding services to Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. [[/caption]]

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[[caption]] FOOD MANAGEMENT SCHOLARSHIP WINNER—Michael Bussey, center, of Altadena, Calif., and an employee of Albertson's Food Centers there, receives a one-year scholarship from Hoyt E. Higgins, Southern California Sales Manager for Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corp. B&W sponsors the scholarship to help develop capable young persons for food industry management careers. Bussey will study in the food marketing management program at the University of Southern California's School of Business Administration. On hand for the presentation is Merlene Montgomery, and Albertson's Division Trainer. [[/caption]]

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[[caption]] SICKLE CELL DISEASE FOUNDATION HONORS JOHN HEILMAN — Dick Campbell, left, executive director of the Sickle Cell Disease Foundation of Greater New York, is shown above presenting a handsome, bronze and walnut plaque to John E. Heilman, president and chief executive officer of Somerset Improters, Ltd., as Mrs. Heilman smiles her warm appreciation. [[/caption]]

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[[caption]] Allon Schoener, editor of Harlem on My Mind and exhibition coordinator for the Metropolitan Museum's Harlem exhibition, is Visual Arts Director of the New York State Council on the Arts. He created The Jewish Museum's widely acclaimed Lower East Side exhibition, is the author of Portal to America: The Lower East Side 1870-1925, and produced the New York State Council on the Arts' multi-media exhibition, Erie Canal 1817-1967, presented on a canal boat that toured New York state communities. Born in Cleveland, trained as an art historian at Yale University and the University of London's Courtauld Institute, he prefers to describe himself as an environmental critic — one who examines how we live and comments on it. [[/caption]]
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