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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 13

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According To Celebrated Author Growing Hair Problem "Army First U. Matthew Carroll is shown nt left as a student at Texas ASM in 1910, at center with his hair combed back in Ihe style he says he wore it in before he clashed with the Army over Us length and at right as he has worn it since. Center and right photos were made recently in Hanau, West Germany where Carroll is sta- tioned. His commanding of-. · ficer has taken official steps to-eliminate Carroll, son ol a colonel stationed at the Pentagon, from the Army. (AP Wirenhoto) Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., July 3, 1974 ·! 13 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS U. S. System Of Government Doomed- NEW YORK (AP) -^Writer James -Baldwin .insists the American system .'of government and economy 'cannot last. -"The system which permits subservience of man to man is doomed," elaborates the 50- year-old black author of essays, short stories," plays and such celebrated books as."Go.Tell It On the Mountain," ."Notes of a Native Son," 'and his latest nov- Beale Street 7 Could people are m u c h more. independent than they were of .white people's imaginations," he said in an interview. "The white m'an tries to impose on the black man images he el, "'If Talk." "Black would like to see him have, and ic wants the black man to live his images. "During the civil rights adventure of the '60s, something lappened which nobody noticed. White Americans iwere stripped naked and forced to look at themselves. They found they could not be respected. "Democracy has never been tried here,' 'he- continued. "By my definition democracy means no one is penalized for color or class, or forced down to the lowest common denominator." Baldwin advocates "the high est form of socialism" to replace what he calls the "dying" American system of democratic government and capitalist econ- my. "I don't mean a socialism like Hitler's or Stalin's, but the purest kind, where the \yorld's wealth and resources will belong to .the world," · 'SEEKS BETTERMENT The writer says he h a s , devoted his professional life to bettering the lot of black people the world over. He sees in their freedom the freedom of all men. "I like to think my writing has advanced the black cause." "The black movement the only hope of the white man's liberation. The white man is living in a racial he says. contains WE WILL BE 4th of July GHU0K ROAST U.S.D.A. Choice P.S. Beef Blade Cut Lb . ROUND FULLY COOKED HAMS J-b Discount Priced Shank Portion USDA CHOICE PERSONALLY SELECTED FROM THE BEEF ROUND Full Cuts Lb. nightmare that he invented. And now he's trapped in it. That he is trapped was proved in the '60s. "We are going to get out of this nightmare, and when we gel out, the while man will also gel out." Baldwin's.prowess as a prog- tiosticator was -noted ""recently when he received the" Centennial Medal of the Cathedral Cliurch of St. John the Divine, an annual award honoring "The Artist as Prophet." 'This artisl demonstrated his prophetic powers in 19C3 with the pnblica lion of "Tlie Fire Nexl Time,' a collodion or essays which forewarned of the intense sum mer race riots o[ the late 1960s Some literary critics have be rated Baldwin , for hammering at t h e ' t h e m e of racial injustice that pervades his work. 'They complain that his preoccupation with tlie topic has made h" work dated. To this 'criticism Baldwin retorts, "Thai's thci problem. You can't push the facl of man's injustice to mar too far. Their real complaint i t h a t they just don't want to hear it at all!" THEME CONTINUES Tlie author vows to conlinu with the racial theme. It wil form the core of his next novel "Just Above My Head," abou a gospel singer and his brother and a play he is readying .to the Broadway stage, "The Lif and Times of Sir Shine," de picting the life of black corned an Bird Williams. As a black writer, Baldwin maintains that he is not th trumpeter of his race. "Yes, am of course a black writer but first I am a writer. I can write for all black people. ! USDA Choice Sirloin Steak «4 1QWilson's--Select Variety M*l/f LI, I Lunch Meats S3 47* Budget Pack -- Mied Parts ' ft ·· j Good Value AA£ Fresh Fryers ,.... i* u3 Sliced Bologna Lb 951 HI try to write for a particular-; , .idience, you cripple yourself).,; ou can't give them what they.j · ant. all that they, want, be-f iiisc you don't know what theyf; ant. My writing comes out ol'ii ic life I've lived." . 'jt Will the day dawn-when eolor",/ : longer makes a .difference,! mong men? "Yes," Baldwin^ nsists, "aiid that will be whe.ti»; eople no longer need color .as;:' i crutch, when a man is ho-^ onger at the mercy of anoth-.'; T'K imagination, when we un-» Icrslan'cl that each man Is a!! ealitv in himself. A human' reality. ? "That is the only concern." ,'· Export Importance t ^VASHINGTON (AP). - Aj chemical company spokesman^ old a meeting of business excc-J jlivcs · that $440 million of hisj company's U.S. plant construe-; i during the past decade^ would not have been built if the company had not been able to expand its export business. Tlie figure represents about 22 per cent of the firm's $2 billion ' in new construction built" during the period. J. E. Mitchell, director of corporate planning for Dow Chemical Co., told the Business and Society Conference on Corporate Responsibility and Public Policy that 5,000 Dow em- ployes -- one in every six in. the United States -- owes his job to the chemical company's international business. · .., ATTENTION SPORTS FANS! What You Want to Know* Armour's Vienna Sausage Hamburger Slices Gedney Pickles Qiwrt Jar Show Boat Pork Beans Can FLOUR With $5.00 Purchase FOREMOST ICE MILK BIG Zeslee '. Salad Dressing Chunk Style Starkist Tuna All Flavors TIT Biscuits 9 r 99* Jell-0 Dessert J .¥;· ·DI5CUII5 .-....** Cans **V Good Value Assorted Cood Value Soft ftlj t% · fcj · · Margarine S 52* Paper Napkins HALF GALLON Banquet Frozen Cream Pies Orange Juice 60Ct. JPkg. Meat Pies 4 Assorted Frozen Banquet Dinners ·--·---· . . - a**^!*** « ·j^^^-'rgssw'x %»i2s^ ...is contained in tfie NEW OFFICIAL ARKANSAS TOMATOES mbitrgcr Hot Dog IGA FRESH 1GA FRESH THESE PRICES GOOD NOW THROUGH SATURDAY, JULY 405 N. 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