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iutiouictil iJept uuki UrtiVo. Libirary Durban, , C. 2770C VlVlVlftnjvw 8B THE CAROLINA T1MBS 8aU, Sept. VL WIB WORDS OP WWDOU Safe; iftir There ore two krrxtt of foot. One soys "Mp Old; therefore it U good The OtW S4JVB, 1aj is new; therefore it is bftttjr." VIMom K. Inge What we need most is not so much to t96t?m: ideol as to ideoliie the real, tf&tna mitmWii it?- ui mm "Tit JL miMdrSI Shabazz Restau ra nt A Ittttr Ploct To lit Service To Yonr SatkfMtton Coso-anteed Complete in MH Oiit-li Aid Tib-Out Honrs: 10:80 M-- WM pm Gall in Orders 493-1746 1011 CHAPEL HILL STREET WELCOME TO Your Fish Market .ortfd Aid Pollock Fish ROM NON-POLUTED WATERS All Othor Itads Of fish Aro Aviikblt Honrs1 Monday tarn Wednesday .7 ajn. - 7 pjn. Wwlnwrfaf thru Friday 7 .,. - pJtf " 1013 W. CHAPEL HILL STREET OH in Orders 493-174" Thursday Highlights THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 WTVD, CHANNEL 11, DURHAM :3Q a m. - SUMMER SE MESTER Prominent S p a n i sh-Americans are tingled out WTVD 7 a.m. - TODAY - Don ald Maitland. Great Britain's ambassador to the U.N., talks about issues facing the United Nations. WRDU l:K am - MIKE DOUG LAS - Rex Reed, Chuck Connors and Edward Albert are scheduled. WRAL : a.m. - MERV GRIF FIN Special guest is. Pulitzer Prize novelist Nor snan Mailer, whose latest book. "Marilyn," touches on a' number of subjects. WFMY 10 am - DINAH SHORE Sammy Davis Jr. and his wife Alto vise discuss late night nutrition and cures for hangovers. WRDU 1 p.m. - LIVING EASY WITH DR. JOYCE BROTH ERS Easy, inexpensive bouse decoration is il lustrated. WRDU 4:M p.m. - MERV GRIF FIN Earlier show is repeated. WTVD 4: p.m. - MOVIE A detective pursues an elusive criminal in Nazi-occupied France in "Uncertain Glory," with Paul Lukas and Krroi Flynn. WRDU 8:30 p.m. - HOW DO YOUR CHILDREN GROW? Changing sexual values is the topic. WUNC 7 p.m. - JOYCE CHEN -In a preseason package, the host shows the different ways of serving winter melon. WUNC 7:30 p.m. - MAKING THINGS GROW - Plant dormancy i s discussed. WUNC 8 -p.m. - MOVIE -George Hamilton portrays a famed daredevil motor cyclist in "Evel Knievel," with Sue Lyon and Bert Freed. WRAL 8 p.m. - ROWAN AND MARTIN Comedians Dan Rowan and Dick Martin star in a variety program that includes Ruby Keeter, Bob NGwhart, Harry Belafonte, pop group Dawn, country singers Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton and Olympic gymnast Cathy Rigby. WRDU 10 p.m. - NBC FOLLIES Sammy Davis Jr., Jerry Lewis, Mickey Rooney, the Smothers Brothers and Diahann Carroll head the cast of a fast-paced variety show. WRDU 11:30 p.m. - PRO FOOT BALL PREVIEW The up coming National Football League season is previewed WRAL 4:30 Semester 7:00 CBS Nwi 1:00 Capt. Kangaroo :00 Pagiy Mann :30 Sacrat Storm 10:00 Joker's Wild 10:30 $10,000 PyramM 11:00 Gambit 11:30 Leva of Lite 11:00 Young and Rastlaoa 4:30 Marv Orlffft 12:30 Starch 1 :00 Olvsrca Court 1:31 At World Turns 1:00 Guiding Llort 1:30 Edoa of Night voo Ptic. It Rlaht 1:30 Match Sam 4:03 BtwIMltaj COO Newt 0:30 CBS a 7:00 Mod Squad 3:00 Waltont 0:00 Movlt 11:00 News 11:30 Movlt WRDU-TV, CHANNEL IS. DURHAM 7:00 Today :09 New Zoo 0:31 Romper Roam 10:00 Dinar. Place 10:10 Baffle 1130 Hollywood Squartt 11:00 Jeopardy :12:30 Who What Where 1:00 Dr. Joyce Brothers 1:30 Three Ml Match 1:00 Days tf Uvea 1:30 Doctors 3:00 Another World 3:30 Peyton Place 4:00 Somerset 4:30 Movlt 4:30 Triangle Newt 7:00 NBC Ntwi 7:30 Jonathan Wtaftrg S:0S Rowan ,Martm 0:00 I Retur 10:00 NBC Folllee 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show WFMY -TV, CHANNEL 8, GREENSBORO 4:00 Good Morning 3:00 Capt. Kangaroo :0D Old Rebel :30 Merv Griffin 10:30 310,000 PyrtmM 11:00 Gambit 11:30 Love of Ufa 11:30 Young and Rattiest 13:30 Search 1:00 today's Woman 1:30 As World Tumt 1:00 Guiding Light 1:30 Edge of Night 3:00 New Price 3:30 Match Game 4:30 Gornei Pvte 5:00 Andy Griffith 5:30 Dragnet 6:00 Newt 4:30 CBS News 7:00 Beat Clock 7:30 Oule's Girls 1:00 Walton :00 Movie 11:00 News 11:30 Movlt WRAL-TV, CHANNEL I, RALEIGH 4:00 Daybreak 4:55 Commentary 7:00 News 1:30 Make With 3:00 Uncle Paul 3:31 Mike Douglas 1040 Bette Elliott 11:00 Password 11:10 Brady Bunch 11:00 News 11:30 Spilt Second 1:00 All My Children, 1:30 Lars Make Deal 1:00 Newlywed Game 1:30 Girl In Life 3;00 Gen. Hospital 1:30 Lite To Live 4:00 Tall the Truth 4:30 Truth or 5:00 5:30 4:30 7 I :00 10:00 11:00 11:30 Garner Pylt Andy Griffith ABC News $ WW Raiders . Sentry I itreets Dick ttvatt WUNC-TV, CHANNEL 4 CHAPEL HILL 3:45 Mast Arts 9:15 Ripples :30 Phys. Scl. 10:00 Sesame St 11:00 Cultures 11:30 On Earth 12:00 images Electric 11:30 Co. 1:00 Hum. 1:30 Phy. Set. 1:00 Film 1:30 Cultures 3:00 Sign Off 4:00 Mlsterogers 4:30 Sesame SI. 3:30 Electric Co. 4:00 Evening Edition 4:30 Children Grow? 7:00 Joyce Chan Cook 7:30 Things Grow 3:00 Playhouse 4:30 Jazz Set 10:00 Am. Family 11:00 Sign Off ROME & FLORENCE 9 days 7 nights from RALEIGH Nov. 13 & Dec. 4, 1973 Includes: 4 Round trip air transportation (Raleigh Rome) First class hotel accommodations Sightseeing Gratuities 0US. Departure Tax Hus extras COST: 472 pgr tenon, basis double euupnncy el MKluded: Italian departure tit BERMUDA VETERAN'S DAY WEEKEND Oct. 18-22, 1973 5 days 4 nights Round trip oir transportation via Eastern Airlines or any other IATA or ATC carrier" Round Trip Transfers Deluxe accommodations at Sonesta Beach Hotel Breakfast and dinner daily All taxes and services only339 per person, basts double occupancy ALOHA HAWAII $439 FROM: 80 Effective Sept. 1 due to air fare inmost) ' Plus 10 tax & services PER PERSON, BASIS ' DOUBLE OCCUPANCY One Week From Raleigh departing Every Sunday Two weeks starting h 011155 10.80x10 tex & services per person. Basts double occupancy! Includes Air Fort, Hotel, Transfers, Tax and othei txtras. aaeTOURL Durhom-206 East Chapel Hill SI, M2-547S Chapel Hill 1?3 W. Franklin St. W?.m Roleiah-4$0 Cittdrntor Jtood 717-4921 Rosttrch Triangle Pork 100 Pork Orlvt (soon to opgn) Friday Highlights FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 WTVD. CHANNEL II. DURHAM fUMMER SE- Various im- groups are dta-WTVD a m. - MIKE DOUG LAS Acupuncture experts Louise Weasel, HuLee and Ju-Ung King are guests. WRAL It am. - DINAH SHORE - Good Food , editor Mar garet Happel discusses the WRDU 1 p.m. - LIVING EASY WITH DR. JOYCE BROTH- - Neat Harrison talks about rut career. WRDU 4:M p.m. - MERV GRIF FIN Comedy and song highlight this show with George Buna and Freda Payne WTVD ' W v wnir - It Mas and William star in "High Tide a tale of romance off the of Nova Scotia. WRDU Mp m. - MOVB.- astronaut crashes into a ptanet run by dviliaed apes bumaaTin Tlant oTtht among idaadars S3bB saaWBL and Kim WTVD, 8:30 p.m. CELEBRA TION Loren Greene narrates the universal events all peoples observe. WRAL I p.m. NFL PLAYERS . ASSOCIATION AWARDS -Outstanding NFL players of the 1972 season are honored. WRDU 10 p.m. - DEAN MARTIN Gov. Ronald Reagan of California is the first guest to be roasted by stars such as Kris Kristofferson, Jack Benny, Jonathan Winters and Phyllis Diller. WRDU 11:80 p.m. - MOVIE -An anthropologist discovers a living prehistoric man in the thriller "Trog," with Joan Crawford and Michael Grough. WTVD, WFMY 11:80 p.m. - IN CON CERT - Gladys Knight and the Pips provide the soul sounds, Sha-Na-Na some nostalgic pieces. Earth, Wind and Fire mellow rock, and Mann Dibango plays African rock. WRAL 1 a.m. - MIDNIGHT SPECIAL - Curtis May field, Helen Roddy, Jim Croce and the Baa Gees, Wilson Pickett, Gladya Knight and the Pipe, and Sly 'prikf Family Stone par- WKVU 4:30 Sun. 7:00 CBS Ntwt 1 00 Kangaroo 9:00 Peggy Mann 9:30 Secret Storm 10:00 Joker. Wild 10:90 PyrtntM i) 00 Gambit 11:30 Love Of Lite 12:00 Ytunt end ft tit lees n Newest 12:30 Saareh 1:00 Divorce Court 1:30 As World Turns 2:00 Guiding Light 5 30 Edge of Night 1:00 Right Price 1:10 Match Game 4:00 Bewitched 4:K Mtrv Griffin 4:00 Ntwsbtet 1:10 CBS News 7:00 Mod Sguad :00 Celuecl's Dept. 1:10 Movie 11:00 News 12:30 Movlt WRDU-TV. CHANNEL , DURHAM :M Today. , 9:00 New Zoo Rev. 9 M Romper Room 10:00 I !l WlJUrd 11:30 HllVdSqu 12:00 Jeopardy 12:30 Who, What, Wh. 11:44 NBC Nawl 1:00 Dr. Joyce Brothers 1:5 1 on a Match 1:00 Days Our Lives 1:10 The Doctors 1:00 Bay City .I SO Rat. Pay. PI 4:00 Sorriflrsfli iiM Moves 0:10 Triangle News 7:00 NBC News 7:30 Got Smart t:M StnftrsUSon 8; Girl With So math Ins 11:00 Maws 11 30 Tonight 1:01 Mldnlte Special WFMY-TV, CHANNEL t, GREENSBORO :00 Good Mornlns 7:S5 Devotions 1:00 Capt. Kangaroo 9:00 Old Rebel 9:30 Marv Griffin imid 1A.M Dvram 11:00 uemoir li U:00 Yauna a Restlese 1t:U News 11:10 Starch T'rtw 1:00 TodtVS Woman rs&hS- 2:30 Edge tf Night 1:00 New Price - - 4:00 Secret Storm 4:30 Gomor Pvta S: no AndV Griffith t:N Drtgntt a.aa run s.m umm riKHr 7:11 I've Got Secret s:oo Calucd 1:30 Movie WRAL-TV, CHANNEL S. RALEIGH 4:00 Daybreak 4:15 I-".mint 7:00 News 1:U Bullwlnkl. 4:1 Uncle Paul :m Mike Douglas 10:00 Bette Elliott n;00 Password U JO Brady tench HiN News 12:30 Spin Secant lioo Alt My Chi Id ran 1:30 MaKt t Dtll 2:00 NewlVWtdt 3:30 Girl In LMt 3:00 General Hospital l'!h , 4 IS Vlrwwlnl 4:30 ABt News 1:10 Odd Couple 9:00 Room iO 10:00 Lave. Am l""30Dlr'kCavett WUNC-TV, CHANNEL 4. CHAPEt BILL 1 tt. it m Hum j. I a air asrWi S-amTst. 4:00 I SO N.C. 4:00 West 1:30 NX. This I'-. : V" injoy fvH Checking & Savings Accounts Auto Loans Mortgage Loans Home Improvement loans e Bank-by-Mail e Safe Deposit Mechanics & Farmers Bank Wm QlaliOni RAUIfjif Saturday Highlights 1 p.m. CBS CHIL DREN'S FILM FESTIVAL An orphan girl with a fanciful imagination leaves her stark surrounding for the world of fantasy in "Lucy and the Miracles." WTVD, WFMY ; 4 p.m. MARLBORO CUP Secretariat, 1973 record-breaking Triple Crown champion, and Riva Kidge, winner at me wa Kentucky Derby and Bel- nt Stakes, are matched in special race. WTVD, kt p.m. WORLD OF SURVIVAL John Forsythe narrates 21 new wildlife adventures from around the world dealing with threats animals face and must over come. WrMY 7 p.m. DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL TELETHON -Democratic politicians and celebrities unite in a fund raising event to pay off debts from the 1972 pres idential campaign. WRDU t p.m. m ALL IN THE FAMILY - Vincent Gardenia and Betty Garrett are introduced as the Bunkers' new neighbors. WTVD, WFMY p.m.' - MARY TYLER MOORE SHOW Too many cooks spoil the broth when the women gang up, on a budding romance, WTVD, WFMY 9:3D p.m. BOB NEWHART - Bob vehemently objects when his therapy groups insists on ac cepting an invitation to conduct a session on TV. WTVD. WFMY 10 p.m. CAROL BURNETT - Jim Nabors is Carol's guest. WTVD, WFMY 11:30 p.m. - MOVIE -James Garner, M e 1 1 n a Mercouri and Tony Franciosa star in "A Man Could Get Killed," a drama about an American banker who is on a confidential mission and is suspected by everyone of being secret U.S. or British agent WFMY SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER IS WTVD, CHANNEL U. DURHAM 4:00 Across Panes . 4:30 Summer Semester ':00 OIIIMtn ': I U.U.Im Mauv s:oo pnnisnmas t:30 Bailey's Comets t:od acooor ,00 Martian I'M -i Riinav 11:30 Pussycats 11:00 Archie 11:30 Pat Albert 1 :00 Sam Regan 1:30 PYI 2:00 KaMdosctpt 2:30 Soul Train 3:30 Football 4:00 Horse Race 5:00 Del Reeve' S::t0 Nashville Music 4:00 Black Unlimited a m CM 7:00 Hot Haw . 0.00 All In Family ' 1:10 MASH 9:00 Mary Tyler Moo 9:30 Bob Nawhart 10:00 Carol Burnett 11:00 NtWS 1:10 Movie 1:10 Kaleidoscope WRDU-TV. CHANNEL , DURHAM 1:00 Udsvlllt 1:30 Private Eye 9:00 Adams Family 9:30 Emergent 10:00 Butch Cassldy 10:30 Star Trek 11:00 Sea Monsters 11:10 Pink Panther 12:00 Jetsons 12:10Go 1:00 Lassie i so SpH Profile 2:00 Baseball S:00 Golf Serial ,5:30 Wrestling 4:10 NBC Newt 7:00 Telethon WFMY-TV, CHANNEL 2, GREENSBORO 7:10 Hair Bear 1:00 Fllntstonos 1:30 Bailey's Comets y:oo scoooy-uoo 12:30 Fat Albert 1:00 Children's Film a. an MahtMlnt 2:10 Roller Derby 10:30 Jtonnlt-vV 1:oo Horse Race 11:00 Spaed BugSf 5:00 Survival ft MY Jits 5:m Newsmaker 12:00 Archie ,.M dm. 4:00 News 4:30 CBS Ntwt 7:00 Hot Haw 1:00 All In FamhV 1:10 MASH 9:00 Mary Tyler Moore 9:11 atbNtwhtrt 10:00 Carol Burnett 11:00 News 11:10 Movlt WRAL-TV, CHANNEL S, RALEIGH 4:30 Sunrise Theeter 1:30 Yogi's Gang 9:00 Super Friends 10:00 Lassie 10:30 Goober 11:00 Brady Kids , 11:30 Mission Magla 12:00 Fllntstonos 12:10 Frolics l :00 Am. Bandstand 2:00 Twilight Zone 2:30 Jeamile ; 3:00 Sports World 4:10 NCAA Football 9:00 woman's Plact 10:00 Lawrence Walk ii:0O Football 11:15 News 11:10 ABC Newt 11:45 Wrtatlln a 11:45 Movlt PASSBOOK SAVINGS in;;. 25 YIELDS Flexible Any-Time, Anv-Amount No withdrawal notice re quired. Current Passbook savers will automatically earn this new rate. Per Year Mutual Savings & loan Association 112 West Parrish Street Durham, N. C. RIGSBEE TIRE SALES II IBJU s. L.i, iL!. aSma nAinilUiN4 sua LrnJMA VVc laugni ini iiic cvciyimny stiwww Because this is one of our finest passenger tires, we've given it very feature to make it superior. Two Polyester plies, two Fiberglass belts, low-slung "78" construction to help it hug the road and ride better. Even a specially engineered shoulder and tread design to surpress noise and give a stable, easy ride, thebeltedconstruction adds an ease of steering you'll notice at once, and an increase in mileage which you'll notice thousands of miles after ordinary tires would have worn out. Can you afford this much tire? Come in and enjoy a pleasant surprise! v.. Somsthine better In a tire ... and a man who stands behind it! RIGSBEE TIRE SALES Complete Tin Servfce - We Do It Ml MOWS: Mteeay the TWrsewf I - lOSLekeweodAre. 2 MM MS 1383 ;M-lt4444 VOLUME 53 No. 39 DURHAM, N. C, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 197S rnumunn NAMES 12 BLACKS Tf Tniirxrr daidik II IITIIMPr rl IDRIJJ sm 'BjBB ; BaaVrmttssjHigaTJjjjjjjj show. . ssjajsr t .ms&3SMm.xr4amKBmk bbKbAbbB1.c.-'- ' ' laeal LB. 4bBbSBBBi& IUebbI anaiJalBBB mm mmmmm m A t tlTTmO TVTeVaT A rpP lllSio nAnarfmont rtf .4 rrari h inc laiMUfftr Allvn fiiolflff (it talks With UI lJuXiO ff ill UimniU luiuvu jupta wuvim vs wttwavun r r- -- ' inmate negotiation committee after they released the 10 hostages late 96 ending a rebellion at Stateville Prison. Durham Tech to Help Unemployed r J 'I I at iii i mil wiu neeii juud in mcu f Aitlarl lAliHi vvitmti w wiiii sCmnlsnuAP Tn Da LIIIIIUfUI IV UU nauc ivcyuiai if A new program designed to assist both unemployed and - 11 ...L..... ua ..HfinvAmn ArAn i ii i rriH m hiea residents in finding and keeping jobs is being prepared by Durham recnmcai iimhuib. Dr. W.A. Martin, dean of instructor at the school, said it . i nr ii W- I the program, cauea rt.uo, n as its main thrust helping people to learn useful skills. .... .... i. ui t "Actually," Maran sew, "the nrotfram consists of four phases. In this initial start we have alloted etgnt weexs 10 uw nhaiies of iob development, counseling, the actual) . l i educational program, ana ntacement ." Martin said some individuals will probably require more time to comDlete the program than others, but the program . ej jl 1 will be structurea io eecn (Sim- TVr.H Paso Ra " zl-L Iauac NmAd Kik Mnr At Ifflltfa I Ip b A mm niirham IA IAOA JONES Frederick O. Jones has been appointed to the position Of Business Manager and Administrative Assistant to the Vice President at Durham College, Dr. J.W. Hill, Vice President, has announced. Jones will be in charge of the financial and fiscal affairs of the college. He is a native of Fayettevtlle, North Carolina and received his high school ykuiaU 17 Smith 1 0KA VUUVMVIVII ui. a i. a . uuiii ii 4tV1 he received his B.S. Degree in Accounting from Xavier University, New Orleans, (See JONES Page 8A) .mtmnliHgBaBBBHBHaaBgBaiiajifat, I -NEWS BRIEFS - 1 SPAULDING CALLS CONFERENCE NEW YORK - There are now over 80 Blacks on the boards of various U. S. corporations. They'll all get together for the first time on Sept. 21 in New York City at a conference called by Asa IV SdidiiiB ipnmr the North (JaroUna Llfe- f nsi i ranee (lomnanv KXl'O '79 A BUUUCiH) Operation's Push Expo '73 is scheduled for Sept. 19-23 in Chicago's Amphitheatre and looks like a success once again. At the same time, the movie, "Save The Children" which is based on Push Expo '72 Is premiering around the country under Paramount Pictures. PHIADELPHIA EXPO HITS SNAG Not all Expos have been a success this year. Black Expo '73 in Philadelphia wound up with the promoter accused of fraud. And in Washington, the World-Wide Black Expo was a dismal failure with the people staying away in droves. UM BANKERS TO MEET The United Mortgage Bankers of America will meet in Washington, D.C. Sept. 26-29 for its second annual joint conference with the National Association of Minority Architects and Minority Contractors. NAMED EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT Herreld Stanley Adams, Assistant City Manager of Compton, Calif, has been named executive assistant to Dr. Gloria E.A. Toote, Assistant Secretary for Equal Opportunity in the U. S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development. CHAIRMAN OF BLACK STUDIES PANEL Professor Ewart Gulnier, chairman of the Harvard U. Afro-American Studies Department will be tne unairman oi me Black Studies panel at the Association for The Study of Afro-American Life and History conference to be held in NYC Oct. 18-21. URGES STEPPED-UP DRUG FIGHT Rep. Charles Rangel, Manhattan Democrat has called for stepped-up efforts by the U. S. to stem drug traffic from Southeast Asia. He was a member of a delegation of House members who visited a number of Asian nations during the August recess to probe efforts to stem narcotics traffic. He said he was dismayed by lack of U. S. efforts overseas, as well as inability to persuade Asian nations to move against narcotics peddlers. Commission For Racial Justice BlaslsNX Death Penalty Law Since March 22, 1973 eleven (11) men have been condemned to die in the North Carolina gas chamber. If judges and prosecutors keep playing with that gas chamber at Central Prison as they have for the past two months, someone is going to get gassed to death, bring shame and disgrace upon this state and nation. , As committed Christians the Commission for Racial Justice, United Church of Christ as of recently, September 17, 1973, declares a holy war on the death penalty In North Carolina and vows to struggle against these evil statutes so no man will have to stand before the bar of justice In fear of his life. Our mission is crystal clear. The Bible teaches us that "Thou shall not kill." Jesus further tells us that "God sent not His son into the world not to condemn the world, but that the world might be saved through Him." That includes murderers, rapists, arsonists and burglarors. Killing begets killing. A state that legally kills, encourages its citizens to kill. A state that kills their rapists and burgarors, as it does in North Carolina is less merciful than the rapists and burglarors who spares their victims and their potential accusers. The death penalty still weighs heavily upon the (See COMMISSION Page8A) Segregated Schools Are Flourishing In The South I hnrrhAC ArA VIIMI VllVaf niv CtnaPifmA ar Hi Air ma BIBS BBS 471 B fl mwzm fl am Xiinnnrt Black Is Chosen As Air Forces Top Enlisted Man WASHINGTON (AP) The Air Force Monday chose a black man, Chief Master Ser geant Thomas N. Barnes, as its top enlisted man. ' fl A spokesman said never be fore have any of the military1 services selected a black to serve in the highest ranking en listed job. Barnes, 4S, a native of Ches ter, Pa., Is currently serving as senior enlisted adviser at Ran dolph Air Force Base, Texas. In his new job as chief mas ter sergeant of the Air Force, Barnes will advise Air Force Secretary John Mac Lucas and Air Force Chief of Staff George S. Brown on enlisted matters. Five Durham Citizens Are Named .1 r i J jiiffflfis in ranter or rear lonresrM B ' : - Event to Be Co Sponsored With Greyhoundjnc. New Members NCCU Board Of Trustees Names Officers The board of trustees of North Carolina Central University Wednesday named Dr. Wfley T, Armstrong of Rocky Mount as the new chairman of the board. Dr. Armstrong succeeds Clyde A. Shreve, a Greensboro attorney and former state legislator, who requested that his name not be considered for the post. Named to succeed Dr. Armstrong as vice chairman was William A. Clement of Durham. Mrs. Josephine Strayhome, a new members of the board, was elected secretary, succeeding Dr. John Larkins, who Is no longer a member of the group. Board members, who were meeting for the first time since their formal appointment this summer under the reorganization 01 mguci (See TRUSTEES Page8A) 'Money'- Focus Of N.B.L. 73rd Convention WASHINGTON, D.C. - The availability of money to the minority businessman will be the topic of discussion in a workshop at the 73rd Annual Convention of the National Business League in Chicago, from September 24-27. The primary objective of the workshop will be to convey to those minority businessmen in attendance a down to earth view of the problems of money in the business world. Discussion will focus on three main topics: The criteria that lending institutions use in approving an (See MONEY Page8A) ' ' tigjgjgjf REV. LYNCH Five citizens involved in Durham community affairs will serve as judges for the Father of the Year Contest. Their selection was announced today by The Carolina Times which is co-sponsoring the contest with Greyhound Lines, Inc. The contest to find the Durham outstanding father began last week and will continue until September 26. The judges are: I Ralph Hunt, Chairman Executive Director Durham Business & Professional Chain; Jarvi8 Martin, Vice Chairman- Director of Management, and Technical Service, Durham Business & Professional Chain. I ' E;d-1 terV President United Durham Incorporated. Fred McNeil, Executive Director of Operation Breakthrough. R. Kelley Bryant, Assistant Secretary North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance (See CONTEST Page 8A) jtjH WkMM mm) iflif il mmmmmt 'lli B Jfl H1bBBh1LL LjHp 9JBJ War ' ' ''Tffimttmm mm!B$ fl IE n mmt WmW mmr Wmmw ;B BKpMPBjBjJJpp;: ajajjj BJBJBJBJBjBjBJBjajejajeje KILLED WITH HAMMER - Lynn, Mass.: The 29-year-old mother of eight-year old Debbie Monroe (Shown in File Photo) who was fatally beaten with a hammer has been arrested (93) on a charge of murder. Debbie was found (92) by Mrs. Johnnie Monroe her mother and Mrs. Monroe's sister. However, police said after subsequent investigation, Mrs. Monroe was arrested and charged with the death of the girl. Making Of A Black Female Mayor NEW YORK - How does a mother of five become the highest elected official of a small midwestern town? Lelia Foley, interviewed by Alice A. Dunnigan in the October issue of Essence magazine, describes her journey from welfare recipient to city hall in five concise words, "Black women can do it!" And, she's living proof that whatever you set your mind to you can accomplish, if you try. Ms. Foley was elected Mayor of Taft, Oklahoma In April 1973 and became the first Black female in the nation to hold such a unique position. Because of her noteworthy accomplishment, she recieved special recognition at the Second Annual Convention of the National Black Women's Political Leadership Caucus. In an exclusive interview with Essence, Mayor Foley offered no apologies for mistakes she made early in life, or for becoming the mother of five children born out of wedlock. She admits that she was young and inexperienced when she finished high school, and concludes, "I was just 'used' ". Because she had no means of supporting the children when they were small, she found it necessary to go on welfare; but was always ...hinnv rMwivine nublic assistance because UBaftMB J - " D K I "unemployment is not her thing." She admits that she likes nice things and was resentful of continuous harassment by social workers who constantly questioned her regarding everything she bought; however she found it necessary to endure this embarrassment for six and a half years. When she finally found employment she aflaflaflaVflB2BB"". saftaflaflaflHafln BIlflB ' ' " LELIA FOLEY workeJ -as a teacher's aide, then as assistant staff director of Taft's Office of Economic Opportunity community action center. In 1970 she was promoted to director of the center but was laid off due to budget cuts in '72. In 1973 she launched an unsuccessful campaign for membership on the local school board but was defeated. Hurt and disappointed, she never gave up hope. Says Mayor Foley, "I've always wanted to be a leader and do (See MAYOR Page8A) Rev. L Lynch, White Rock Pastor Files For Durham's Mayor's Race Lorenzo A. Lynch, Pastor of White Rock Baptist Church, filed tor Durham's MAYOR'S RACE Friday, September 14, thus giving Mayor James Hawkins, the Incumbent, a challenge in the November 6 Election. The Minister said, The people of this fine city deserve a choice, especially in light of the cut back of Federal money "and our national commitment to the poor, justice, and human need." He outlined some points in his platform for the Carolina Times: 1. "My candidacy is dedicated to the prescedence of humanitarian interests over profit andor corporate Interests. The people should come first according to our Democratic Ideas." 2. "The bringing in to the Decision making process, more of our talented resources -women, the 18-25 year olds, the specialized professions, ethnic minorities, and senior citizens. They must be brought in on more than a 'busy work' level." 3. "The bond issue must be equitably spent. Priorities must be set from the grass roots. The non-sophisticated person, especially, should not be left (See LYNCH Page 9A) ATLANTA - In the face of the national decline of private and parochial schools, partic'ar kinds of private school, dubbed segregation academics" are flourishing throughout the South with churches serving as their primary means of support. This evaluation is set forth by John Egerton, a free-lance writer out of Nashville, Tenn., in the September issue of the Southern Regional Council's monthly publication, South Today. According to Egerton, who has covered Southern education extensively, this "substantial and apparently permanent private school movement existing in sue South... attests to the determination of many thousands of white Southerners to keep segregation at any cost." The segregation academy is more often than not church-supported and c further aided by a variety of subVerfuges involving government officials, South Today reports. Even though the seg academies are dwarfed by the public school systems in the South as a whole, in some cities and counties "they have completely undermined public education and created a new kind of dual school system to replace the dualism that desegregation destroyed." In Memphis, Southern Baptist Churches have even established private school systems. The report points out the difficulty with making a South-wide survey of segregated private schools because most of them are independent operations. (See SCHOOLS Page 8A) 4 Appointees Are Residents Of Durham An unprecendented number of prominent Black citizens have been named by Governor Jim Holshouser to the Boards of Trustees of North Carolina Universities. Under the state's new higher education system, eight trustees are appointed by the UNC Board of Governors and four by the Governor for each of the 16 schools in the system. Out of 64 appointees. Governor Holshouser named 12 Blacks. Commenting on the Black appointments, Dr. Larnie & Horton, Special Assistant to the Governor for Minority Affairs, said the move simply reinforces the Governors commitment to have representatives of all the state's citizens involved in all areas of Appointed to the University of North Carolina at Wilmington's hoard was Harold Troy of WhttwafiU, NC. Ha holds a B.A. deflate from St Paul's Callage in Virginia and received his M. A. at NCCU . He it a peat officer of the WhitevUle Chapter of the NBA and past chairman of PACE. Dr. William K, Bluford. Sr.. Professor of History at Johnson C. Smith University in (See APPOINTMENT Page 9 A) ttSO Evening I 4:30 item 10 00 Ivt at Pops 11 00 Sign Off :

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