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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, July 24, 1982, Page 4, Image 4

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4 THE CAROLINA TIMES SATURDAY, JULY 24. 1932 ? 2 I Thank The City If You Have Gravel On Street 4 3 v ; 1 l r - J VII V By Joseph E.Green If you happen to be driving down Martha Street, between Lincoln and Fayetteville Streets, or, along Lincoln from Lin wood to Lawson, and a stone breaks your car . window, don't call the police. Vandals probably' have not attacked you nor have children play crews will ; return to a street and repair it again when ; a citizen com plains. He said that no part of the city is singled out for special treatment when it comes to the' gravel and stone. He read a list that included streets from Dufcfc Park , to the Shepard Schpol. The streets that receiv ed the gravel and stone mT in th :trwt hrnWen are not major arteries your window. More like- : according to Wood and ly than not, your broken v th treatment Ithat they window is probably the get js sufficient for their result of the work of the condition. " . , Durham- Street He said that the pro- Maintenance Division. : cess is designed to help For the past 40 years, c i "preserve the streets' according to Bobby and to prevent .drainage A MIC'ROCOMPIJTKR .IN STITUTK. being conducted for three Hecks by the North Carolina Central University Department of Mathematics enrolls 4 teachers and 41 junior and senior hihg school students. The teachers are being trained in the use of computers in education; the students ihey nominated for participation are learning computer ; programming techniques.'' r The institute is directed by Dr. William Fletcher,) chairman of the mathematics department, and is con ducted under funding from the Kenan Charitable Trust and the Burroughs Wellcome Fund. cr y v "7 FT,. ' i I 1 1 Wood the city's street superintendent, the city has been repairing some of its streets with a mix ture of stone and gravel. Wood says about .ten miles of the city's more than J00 miles of city streets have been "repaired" ' with the gravel and stone mix ture. He said the city cannot afford to pave all its streets and that the gravel and stone method is the very best the city can do. He contends that the method works, but ; some residents disagree. The 'gravel and stone "messes up my car every summer", ; ;said , one longtime city resident. , "You can't even drive on these streets." "When are they going to fix my street," said oVic irate youngster as he stood in front of his home po Martha Street. "Look at what this stuff has done to my bike," he added with indignation. Wood said that city problems When asked why the , city did not pave all of its streets, Wood said, "its not practical for all the streets. It is also toot necessary." .J He added that there are injuries from the ' gravel and stone repaired streets, but that they result from people who "don't look where 1 hey are going." 'Wood said that all of the city's, streets are in spected for damage and a decision is made con cerning what to do with , them. The inspections take place during the wintertime and the repair work is done mostly dur ing the summer months. The decision to put down the gravel and frnp : k an :. ad ministrative decision, he said. "There is no con tact with the residents and members of the council are -not involved,'-' he concluded. 1 I NK Mil I SIDK IIK.M SCHOOL CLASS OF 1942 recently held its fortieth class' reunion in Durham.. . . . The reunion activities, at Ramada Inn, included class meeting, cocktail hour and banquet on Satur day. The banquet speaker was Dr. Thomas K. Malone, deputy director. National Institutes of Health, Washington, D.C. Kntertainment was pro' vided by the children of class members, Mrs. hdiln y The post reunion tour was a flight lo Nassau. M. Johnson's dancers, reading by Mrs. Gloria T. " Class officers are: Phyllis H. Nuchurclv presi- Doyle, vocal music b Ms; Sylvia. N. Murray and dent; Julia T. Freeland, vice president; Marie J. Ms. Rita T. Tyson. " 1 ' Moiie, secretary, Minerva T. Fields, assistant On Sunday morning, the class worshipped at St. secretary, Edith M. Johnson, treasurer, Richaelean Mark AM E Zion Church, On Sunday evening, a Tucker, assistant treasurer; Virginia H. Bivins, class picnic was held at the home of Mrs.' Virginia parliamentarian and Billy Moize. H. Bivins. It is said that the famed cellist Pablo Casals owes his musical career to his mother. Pilar. His, father, Carlos, a music teacher, wished him to become a carpenter. NBA 57th Annual Convention To Meet In Atlanta July 25-31 WASHINGTON - One third of: the black population:"' lives below l lie povenv line, itnd nearly hall' of our leenajie voulh are unemployed...; Cut rem shil'ls in economic policy aiul political ideology utiaraniee that even yrealcr numbers of blacks will slip jnto per manent povertv.- In his .19X1 book. 7fo lihuk Ihideivluss, Doiijilas (". (ilasuow stales: "The community 'of. blacks in I he eighties faces l he enormous job of seizing the iniliiitive lo reverse underclass urowt h . " The underclass, a result of all that is wrong in America, magnifies the disparity that- exists bel ween races in (his .coun try. , The 1982 NBA Con vention theme, "Black l awyers iii ; Action:. Devising Strategies for Parity." presents an auenda lor' black sur vival.ThcNBA-.S7ih An- v nual Convention' will be held July 1 25-31 taf lhe . Atlanta (Cut.) Downtown.. Marriott Hotel; A rosier V of distinguished speaker v. and panelists;; will csii amine : ? ' professional ' and ;r (survival?'.! Jackson llmTed Network, r TBiev e3ied yourErigBit to vote. M EDGAR W. EVERS was a leader in the south for black voter registration. He was shot down June 12, 1963 in Jackson, Miss. , REV. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. was shot to death by a sniper in Mem phis, Tenn. on April 4, 1968. JAMES CHANEY was murdered in Philadelphia, Miss, along with two white co-workers in June 1964 while working on a summer voter registration campaign. DEMISE MCNAIR was killed in 1963 at the age of 11 along with three other black Sunday School students in Birmingham, Ala. i.: vTuesdayigii Jilly 27,1982 3Pri A. PHIUP RANDOLPH INSTITUTE growth issues. fuigenev D. president , .of Broadcasting Inc.", will address the first plenary session of the convention. Mori; day, July 26. at 9:30 a.m. : Jhc'i. NBA . Women I awyers Division '(Wl.D). has adapted the conven tion theme to their Third Annual Breakfast, "Black Lawyers in Ai tionr Parity Between the. Sexes." The Hon. Joyce London Alexander, the firsi ' black woman Untied Stales Magistraie, will address I he 'WIT) breakfast Tuesday; July 27, at: 7 a.m. ; Ms. Alexander, who. presides in the Federal District, Court in Boston. Massachusetts, is a graduate of Howard University.' received her J . D. I mm. New l-nglaiul i-awSchtnil and holds an Honorary ' .;' Doctor ' o f Laws degree from Nor, thwesiern Dniversityj She is co-founder and past president of the Ur ban League of Fastcrn Massachusetts. : Rcvcrviul Jesse I.. Jack'son's address al the opeiiing5! session Tucs-day.'- July 27, at 9:30 ii.m.'. will set the tone for exploration of the con-; vent ion V ihcinc. : As , founder and national president of Operation PUSH, Jackson's cam paign r , for : economic justice has resulted in pacts , .with Coca-Cola Company and Hublcin, Inc., totaling over $200 million; A disciple of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the ordained Bapiisi minister' holds honorary doctorate degrees from over 35 colleges and 4 Ci pii-iUUf; SS: : CITIZENS OF DURHAM A Your Vote 4 Is Important, I Would Appreciate Your Support . Tuesday, July 27 , Judge Paul Wright For NG. Court of Appeals universities. In a 1982 Ciallup Poll, Jackson was named by the American people as one of the ten most admired pien in the world. On Tuesday, July 27, al 4 p.m.. Attorney Patricia A. Russell will address the convent ion's v second . plenary session. Ms. Russell, a native of . Indianapolis, Indiana and graduate of Howard University School of Law, is Chief of , the Complaints "Branch, Complaints and Com pliance Division, Broad cast , Bureau, Federal Communicat ions ..Com mission. Ms. Russell isf not only an attorney, bin ii oemmunicator. Her speech, "If Not You -Who?, If Not Now When?" was entered in the Congressional Record (H-3661). Among her recent honors is being -cited bv the NAACP legal Defense, and Fducation Fund as an advocate for equality. . The Judicial Council returns lo the city of its origin to observe its twelfth anniversary dur ing the 57th NBA con vention. -The Judicial Council Founders Day Awards Luncheon: "Reflections 1971-1982" will be held on Wednes day, July 28, at noon. Benjamin Hooks, the unanimously elected ex ecutive director of the NAACP and an NBA Judicial Council member, will deliver the keynote address at the luncheon. An ordained minister, businessman, former judge.' and t he first black Federal Com munications Commis sioner. Hooks' involve ment in I he black sn ug gle has ignored boun daries between, economic. social and political issues. On Friday, July V), al , 7 ' p.m., convention keynote speaker Tony Brown, host and ex ecutive producer of "Tony Brown's . . Journal" will deliver the closing address at the Awards Banquet. For 12 years Brown has aired issues of concern to black America. Throuch his informative television talk show and hi weeklv ' syndicated column. "Tony- Brown Com mcnts", hchast liscdihe consciousness ami lioned the cons u-w c sf black and , vh" V America. Brown main tains I hat "Black' people must be as self-sufficient as we can be in the comli lion in which we find ourselves." 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