Honesty pays off

September 1997
Jet;09/15/97, Vol. 92 Issue 17, p32
Presents a photograph of President Bill Clinton with New Jersey Representative Donald M. Payne as they congratulate three black boys for an act of honesty. Dushane Rogers, Omar Brice and Tyrone Williams, honored at the White House for returning a wallet containing $500, found near their home at Newark, New Jersey's Reservoir projects; Trust funds, bicycles and other awards given the boys as a result.


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