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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1952)
League President To Speak Sunday
Mrs. A. V. Logan, state presi
dent of the Women's League of
Voters, will be guest speaker at
lue annual junior-senior breakfast
to be lieM Sunday from 9 to 10:30
ji.m. in the Student Union. Mrs.
Logan will speak in correlation
with the breakfast theme, “Elec
tons and You in '52."
The breakfast, sponsored by the
YWCA, is an annual event. It is
traditional for all junior women to
escort the seniors ami the house
mother in their respective living
organizations to the event.
Committee heads for the break
Joan Cartozian, general chair
man: Virginia Means, tickets;
Jackie Madigan, promotion; Sally
Thurston, publicity; Elizabeth Er
landson. catering; Pat Bellmer,
program; Jean Lewis, table deco
rations: Mary Jordan, invitations.
^ THE CITY SLICKERS
AND COMPANY OF 44
NEW fiCIS • NEW LAUGHS - NEW NUMBERS
Tuesday, April 22, 1952 ARENA BALLROOM
2.40 — 3.60 — 4.80 tax inc.
Tickets on sale Erb Memorial
Noon Honor Code Comm 837 SC
1‘lii Alpha Delta 114 SC
4:00 Friday at 4 Flslihowl SC
Kuslicc Moot 883 SC
9:00 Foreign CnnKuagc Conf
2nd FI SC
Duds Itm SC
Dads Rm SC
10:30 Group 1A
3:15 Group 1A
0:00 A ATS I*
Local Realtor Speaks
To Campus NAACP
Robert Prescott, local realtor,
spoke and led discussion before a
regular meeting of the campus
chapter of National Association
for the Advancement of Colored
People Tuesday in Gerlinger hall.
Prescott offered definitions of
two different types of neighbor
hoods. the spiritual and the geo
A spiritual neighborhood was de
for clothes GOOD & CLEAN . . .
G. & C. Washateria
2470 Alder Phone 5-5190
Open Tuesday nites till 8
Groceries — Fresh Produce — Meats
Mixers — Beverages — Magazines — Ice Cream
OPEN FROM 9 A.M.
DAILY & SUNDAYS
TILL 11:00 P.M.
13th at High St.
call 'em clam diggers if you like
at a new low price
BAR-TACKED AT ALL POINTS OF STRAIN
EXTRA LONG for FASHIONABLE ROLL-UP
Top them off with a Ship'n Shore blouse.
j DARK BROWN
WE’RE EUGENE’S HEADQUARTERS FOR SHIP’N SHORE BLOUSES AND CATALINA SWIMWEAR
fined as one limited only by ca
pacity of the mind. Such u
"thought neighborhood" extends
through ull fields of thought,
"from the physical sciences to the
humanities," he said.
The geographic neighborhood Is
thus a materialistic, physical
group, defined by such factors as
streets, houses and boundaries, he
Prescott cited Article 34 of the
code of a national realtors ussocla
t tlon. This provision dictates that
! real estate agents shall restrict an
area against any factors or indi
viduals "detrimental to the present
occupants of that area."
This practice Is illustrated by
zoning of a city into residential
areas, business areas, and cornmer
I clal arcus, he said. Furthermore,
the article provides restriction-!*,
cording to the living standards <S
prospective newcomers to a neigh
' borhood, regardless of race, re
ligion or creed.
Prescott then advanced his the
ory for alleviation of the housing
problem for Negroes in this city,
Me advoeated building a low-cost
' housing area open to all those
, needing housing facilities. The
chief problem, in Prescott's c ti
] mation, was to find enough indi
! vlduals in the community to fi
nance the cost of such a project.
Much discussion was held ori this
point, for most members of the
campus chapter felt that educa
j lion was necessary before peoples
! of two different races would com
fortably live side-by-side.
Hob Holloway, chapter.preside ‘,
announced to the membership that
i four committees have been orga
i nlzed and places on any of these
i committees arc open to members
They nre research, publicity, fi
I nance and program.
The Indians of New Mexico have
: no written language. Their myths
i have passed orally from generation
| to generation.
Ford & Mercury Duals
1935 to 1948 . $27.80
1949 to 1952 . $30.25
w ilii manifold
1937 to 1952 $36.30
Plymouth & Dodge
1942 to 1952 $36.30
1949 to 1952 . $36.30
1949 to 1951 $36.30
Studebaker & Ford
• More Gas Milage
• Custom Made
• Cost Less
• Guaranteed for life
time of a car
57 W. 10th