The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, March 26, 1977, Page 8, Image 8
& 8 - THE CAROLINA TIMES SAT.. MARCH 261977 Blathimatt'lSmWii foar Presfdenftof Appoinmenfs To Top labor Depf. Posfs WASHINGTON - Alexis S. Department of Labor. industrial and environmental M. Herman. 29 year old black Senate confirmation is re- health expert, to be assistant has been nominated by Presi- quired for Herman's nomina- secretary of labor for occu- dent Carter to be director of tion as well as for the nomi- pational safety and health; the Womens Bureau of the U. nations of Eula Bingham, an Arnold H. Packer to be assis- tant secretary of labor for policy, evaluation and re search, and Francis X. Eurk hardt, a union official, to be assistant secretary of labor mm FREE A T: GET YOUR CASH BUTTON AT: RIVER RUNNERS EMPORIUM 3160 Hills borough Rd. THE CURTAIN SHOP Northgate Shopping Ctr. RILEY'S AUTO PARTS -1 1 00 Broad Street MARIE'S LINGERIE - Kings Plaza FLOWER WORLD - South Square Mall ALEXANDER FORD - 600 Carr Street MARZELLA'S BOUTIQUE - 204 Corcoran 44 hoots" Continued From Page 4 editors the idea for Roots in 1966. Haley had previously written several articles for the magazine. Digest editors agreed to support the project, and be gan to pay Haley a monthly stipend plus travel expenses so that he ccould continue Ills research. He delivered the first manuscripts some eight years later,, and The Digest published these in its May and June ty74 issues. The first condensation was preceded by a six page article by Haley, "My Search For Roots," in which the writer described the impetus for his work and discussed some of his research. That work is to be the basis for his next book. Haley notes that, far from taking 1 2 years of his life, the book has added years "and brought me imcomparable re wards." For example, he says that in Los Angeles, a pregnant black woman asketf him to autograph two copies of the book. "One is for me," she said, "the other is for him" - and with that she patted her belly. Haley belives that his book has helped to give blacks, parti-' pularly young blacks, an image model. "Roots is becoming a springboard to striving for millions of people," he writes. "When you see that a goal is attainable, hopefully you are prompted to pay the dues, do the work, and thus pursue the long hard apprenticeship that is the handmaiden of achieve ment." "When The Reder's Di gest published the first con densation of Alex Haley's Roots, we said that it was an epic work destined to become a classic of American litera-, ture,," said Digest Editor - in Chief Edward T. Thompson. "That was an understatement. ' More than one million hard cover copies have already been sold; Roots will take, its place among the greatest best sellers of all times. Its impact on television was historic: The ABC dramatization drew 130 million viewers, and the final installment, with 80 million Americans watching, became the highest-rated show ever on TV." lor labor-management rela tions. ' , ' r Herman, as director of the (Women's Bureau, will be. . . responsible for formulating standards and policies to pro mote the welfare of working women and advance their em ployment opportunities; -Herman has been national director of women's programs for the Minority Women Em ployment Program of the Re cruitment and Training Pro gram, Inc., ( R-T-P) with head quarters in Atlanta since November 1974, In 1972, she developed the model for this program which was called the . Black Women Employment Program under the auspices of the Southern Regional Coun cil, Atlanta. The program aids minority women in 10 cities, across the United States, to enter white collar positions in private industry. The. program also operates in five other cities to widen apprenticeship opportunities for women and to help move women into blue collar jobs. Herman was previously consultant-supervisor in New York City and an Outreach worker in Pascagoula, Miss., both with R-T-P, Inc. A native of Mobile, she has served both as high school guidance counselor and a social worker in Mobile. Herman received a B. A. degree in sociology from Xavier University, New Orleans (1969) and did graduate work in guidance and counseling at the University of South Ala bama. She has written and lec tured widely in colleges and universities ':, and community ' organizations on the . employ ment problems of women- 'I f& Calendar of Upcoming EvorJs ALEXIS M. HERMAN, nominated by President Carter as director of the Women's Bureau of the U. S. Department of Labor. A native of Mobile, she is widely recognized for her work to elevate the status of women. have a nice weekend... Whistle while you wprk SS S. 1 f ..i.v.-.'.v.W.1.'.' . i j . i . . t.t.'.'.'.' mi mm These Prices Good Thru Sat., March 26, 1 977 DIIIHAU: Corner Miami Blvd. & Forest Hills Shopping Center HENDERSON: 1 SOI Dabney Dr. 80X1010: Madison Blvd. OXFORD: 1 1 1 McClanahan St. CHAPEL HILL: Eastgate Shopping Center NTT SI0 HO: Highway 64 East CARRI0R0: Main St. NC Native n ML Lean Fresh ; 11 A who,e f oin s,iced Center Cut U I U .A LnJ Nescafe insian! 10OZ JAR -i , rv r o I ' 11 Jr I ''IMi'"!l pr LIMIT ONE with '7.50 FOOD ORDER Borden's Deluxe Round ijmTTK or ASSORTED FLAVORS! V2 gal. ctn. GOLDEN-RIPE DELICIOUS... 4r ir MRS FILBERT'S LIMIT I'WITH '7.50 OR MORE FOOD PURCHASE QT- I0TTTT3 . i : v We !V ti fx Colonial pure cane EXTRA FINE GRANULATED, sugar NET WtB POUNDS JAR COLONIAL vr, hi MnRlbetts jriayonnaise NEW RED BLISS cnn (3 WITH THE PURCHASE OF 5PKSREG UNSWEETENED KOOL AID 'ASST FLAVORS 5PKS 69 5 Lb. BAG... BIG 5-POUND BAG... - r x I 5S aturrlav Marrh 1(S' ' ' v! 7:30 p.m. - The 1943 graduating class of lillside High School will meet in Ihe home of Mrs. Jessye Pulley Itakee, 3008 Driftwood Drive. Sunday. March 27: , 4 nm Rlind Winston-Salem musician Jav Williams will put on "One Spring Morning" a program of vofcal, instru mental and taped music reflecting the traditional soft sounds of spring at the N. C. Museum of Art, Raleigh. The program in the museum's Flemish galleries, is free and open to the public as part of the Concert and Lecture Series. Williams will be joined by two friends, visiting . artist Patrick Cauble .and Shayna Holland from McDowell Technical Institute in Marion. They will perform on traditional folk instruments with Williams on, the hurdy-gurdy, which he describes as "the string version of the bagpipe." He will also perform a duet he composed for trom bone and taped music. Williams "is a musician in many media. A classical and jazz trombonist, he has performed in clubs around Winston-Salem and taught trombone in jazz clinics with the University of North Carolina. Sunday, March 27: 6 p.m. - A FASHION SHOW will be held at St. Joseph's AME Church, 2521 Fayetteville St., featuring fashions from Marzella's Boutique. Gifts for the drawing of the lucky ticket holders, favors and souvenirs will be presented. This affair is for the Organ Fund, of the Church and is being sponsored by Mrs. Mable N. Powell. Rev. W. W. Easley, Jr., is the minister. Sunday, March 27: 3 p.m. - The Pilgrim United Church of Christ will be the location of a concert sponsored by the Durham Chamber Music Guild at 3 p.m. Progtam: Honegger-Violina Duo; L. Downs Serenade; Mozart-Fl. Quartet. Admission $2. . Monday, March 28: 8:15 p.m. - The Durham Chamber Music Guild sponsors Mozart-Clarinet Trio; Schubert-Shepherd on the Rock and Brahms-Piano Quintet at East Duke Music Room, Duke Uni versity. Admission Free. Monday, March 28: On Channel 28, WRDU-TV will carry the NBC - TV Color cast "ALI THE FIGHTER" 10-11 p.m. The professional comeback of current World' Heavyweight Boxing Champion Muhammad Ali is documented in a film about Ali's preparation for his first challenge to win then - defending champ Joe Frazier's crown at New York's Madison Square Garden several years ago. The frenzied activity by the scores of people directly in volved in the preparations for the heavyweight title fight between then-dethroned Muhammad Ali and the brooding champ Joe Frazier should be of more than passing interest to fight fans in the Triangle area. During the several weeks of training prior to the 15 round bout, Ali is in classic style after three years of retirement, cle verly promoting himself and taunting his opponent. With a major challenge before him, Frazier is intensely subdued and sober-faced. There is a marked contrast when the fight itself takes place and Frazier stalks a sloppy and apparently unenthusiastic Ali. When the lackluster fight is over, Frazier has successfully defended his title in a controversial decision victory. "AH the Fighter" also features comments of actor Burt Lancaster, a fight fan, and retired boxer Archie Moore, and a montage of film clips of previous Ali victories over Sonny Liston, George Foreman and Frazier. A William Graves Production, "Ali The Fighter'' is a 1975 release from Cinema Shares International Distribution Corp. Monday, March 28: . 2:15 p.m. - City Council Meetings: Public Works Committee Thursday, "March 31: 10 a.m. - City Council Meetings: Commit tee-of-the-Whble Friday, April 1 : 9:30 a.m. - City Council Meetings: Council's Committee to Review Public Safety Programs. Friday, April 1: 10 ajn. - Albany State College, Albany, Ga., will hold its 74th Annual Founder's Day celebration. The observance will begin at 10 a.m. with a Convocation in the Sanford Hall Audi torium on the campus. Saturday, April 2: The Hillside Band Parents Organizations is sponsoring a McDonald's food chain Band Promotion Day at the McDonalds Store on Chapel Hill Boulevard. Proceeds will help the Band re cover expenses incurred when it traveled to New Orleans recently where it participated in the Endymion Mardi Gras Parr. 3c Hillside students, faculty and parents are selling specially printed coupons for $ 1 .00, which can be redeemed for a dollar's T worth of food at the McDonald's on Chapel Hill Boulevard all day, Sat., April 2. The coupons can be used to purchase break fast from 7 10 a.m., and al other items on the menu from 10 a.m. to midnight. The Hillside Band will perform on the Mc Donald's premises between 2 and 4 p.m., weather permitting. 1 ft V. y. S I '4. : 8 X NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND UNDER DEED OF TRUST Under and by virtue of the power of sale contained in that certain deed of trust executed on the 7th day of October, 1974 by Quick Wash, Inc., to W. J. Walker, Jr.; Trustee and recorded In. Mort gage Book 903, at Page 804, In the Office of the Register of Deeds of Durham County, North Caro lina; The property subject to this deed of trust ..was. transferred to Presidential Apartments, - Inc., by Deed record in Deed Book 928 at page 930, In the Register of Deeds pf Durham County, North Carolina; dofault ruvtng f ; been mado in the payment of the indebt edness secured; tharebjv . unii the necessary findings to permit fore closure having etB Upade by the Clerk of Superior Court of Durham County, North. .Catolinai5 on- the 14th day of March 1977 the undersigned Trustee will offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash at public auction at the Courthouse door in Durham County, North Carolina on the 25th day of April 1977 at 12:00 o'clock noon, the following described land in City Township, Durham County, North Carolina: BEGINNING ut u stake on the south side of Hillsboro Road, said stake being the northwest corner of Lot No. 8 on plat hereinafter re ferred to, and running thence South 22 degrees 30' West 176.2 feet to a stake in the northern right of way line of the Southern Railroad; thence along and with the northern right of way line of said Southern Railroad 77 degrees 21 West 253. 8 feet to a stake, the southeast corner of Lot No. 14 of said plaf thence North 22 degrees 30' East 219.6 feet to a stake on the south side of Hillsboro Road; thence along and with the south side of said Hillsboro Road South 67 degrees 30' East 250 feet to a stake the point and place of BEGINN ING, and being Lots 9, 10, 11 12 and 13 of the H. W. Miller Pro- , perty, as per plat and survey there of now on file in the Office of the Register of Deeds of Durham County in Plat Book 17, at Page 37, to which plat reference is here by made for a more particular de scription of same. This property will be sold subject to all taxes, special assess ments and any prior liens affect ing the property. The highest bidder will be required to make a cash deposit of 10 of the amount of his bid up to and-including $1,000.00 with the balance of purchase price being due upon consummation of the sale. This the 14th day of March, 1977. , W. J. Walker, Jr. Trustee By: Henry D. Gamble, Attorney for the Trustee The Carolina Times: March 26; April 2, 9, 16, 1977. '.V.V.