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Page 7 Salvation Army Parking At University SUPPORT OUR In Service To Others Hospital? BSU ADVERTISERS WATCH YOUR STEP By Virginia Baker Parking at University Hospital has been simplified, but it is necessary to understand the new system to avoid receiving a parking ticket. Patients and visitors to the hospital should park ONLY on parking level 3, where there is an attendant and a gatehouse. Level 3 is directly north across the driveway from the main hospital entrance. Drivers receive tickets when they enter level 3, but patients may park free by have hospital personnel validate the tickets. Visitors will pay the regular posted fees for the time used. Parking on all levels of the hospital Meet With by Toni Heesacker lot is for cars with regular Will you ever need food, denated items for sale to the clothing, housing, or even music public, proceeds are used in instruction? If so the place torehabilitation work. At the contact is the Salvation Army. The Emergency Lodge and Halfway number is 328-0663. House (42-46) Post Office Place The Salvation Army was founded over one hundred years ago in England by William Booth. This religious organization quickly adopted areas of social injustice and social reform as its main concern. Education is its goal in Africa and India, medicine. In 1890 the Salvation Army, formerly the Christian Mission, became active in the United States. The core (single Lake operates many Included are an overnight lodging and meals for homeless. men are provided. In addition to controlled environment for men on parole, which involves food, clothing, counseling, lodging, and a small work assignment. To provide a lift during draft inductions (you never know when your number’s up) a small canteen with coffee, cake, and a ‘ ditty-bag” help console some of Uncle Sam’s unit) in Salt finest. fine program. In Salt emergency food and clothing supply. The program is university or staff stickers. Any car co-ordinated with the welfare parked on those levels without a department so as not to duplicate proper sticker will be ticketed and service and to check emergency the owner will have to pay a $5 fine claims. Each family fills out a to a Salt Lake County justice of the requisition and selects their own peace. ee clothes from the Army’s thrift | After 6 p.m. visitors may park shop. The shop is.located at 64 East on any level. Sth So. There the core: offers Lake the Army conjuction with Nurses provide to works in the Public Health unwed mothers with layettes for their babies. A program (Manhattan Project) soon to be initiated in the local area will give resident treatment to psychologically. addicted drug users. (Speed, acid, among others). and amphetamines Wordpower Newspaper, staff and subecribers extend a sincere thank you to the fine companies who have advertised in our pages. We urge our readers to support these businesses- as they have demonstra- | ted their concern for the community and a desire for equality for all Community Leaders RAV ay by Julie Fox A FOOD DRIVE is being organized by the Community Service Council, in cooperation with the Salvation Army and other agencies around the city, to gather food for people in need, particularly those welfare receipients whose grants were recently cut and the unemployed. The First Unitarian Church, 569 South 13th East, is also acting as a depository for canned foods, food Staples, etc. for this project. YOUR HEE PS: U-R-G- EN ey, REQUESTED The Black Student Union of the University of Utah, met Sunday, January 17 with members of the Black ‘Advisory Board of the Alberta Henry Minority Scholarship Foundation, to discuss with resource people from downtown and University personnel, the problems encountered by the black student in the community. university : A panel with presentations by J.B. Stewart, of the Nettie Gregory Youth Activities Program, Bill Sullivan, past president of the BSU and one of the four student advisors, Carl Mason, black student counselor, Alberta Henry, founder of the scholarship program, and Jim Dooley, president of the NAACP, was moderated by Judee Williams. J.B. Stewart presented plans for the Nettie Gregory Youth Program and asked members of the BSU for assistance in counseling and advising black youth in our community. Explaining the structure and purpose of the BSU, Bill Sullivan | emphasized that while the first step lies in the recruiting and making ARE YOU MAD WHEN... YOU PAY TOO MUCH? available college education to black students, the second step is helping to assure academic and success in adapting to Then you should use our life. Carl Mason explained his job as counselor as a supportive service, PROFESSIONAL PURCHASING SERVICE... both emotional and academic, in working with black students in a predominately white university. Mrs. Alberta Henry advised that the purpose of the Foundation is providing funds for education of minorities, particularly blacks, and Our Guarantee is: Basic Buying, Inc., guarantees that if after using the service for one year, you have not saved the enrollment fee of this service, the complete purchase price will be refunded. We have many cases when one purchase will save more than the enrollment fee. For more detail call (801) 487-5801 emotional university ~ discussed what the foundation had done for black students and for the University. Jim Dooley, president of the Salt Lake branck NAACP, advised the group that the NAACP is the oldest civil rights organization in the country and cited local incidents in. which the NAACP had “‘pricked the white power structure’ and worked Lisec Bayt , Gal. for the betterment of the black community. Mrs. Henry introduced the members of the Foundation’s Black Advisory Board and resource people from the community. A short discussion period followed with refreshments and_ informal talk.