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Winston-Salem chronicle. (Winston-Salem, N.C.) 1974-current, October 10, 1974, Image 1

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v VoL 1, No. 6 " ^ . 9 i_a~? ??-??? *?-*- ?- ~r*rr^-*j,"Jf-'"" '~m^'~~^**~^^jj^l^^'vj^-1?^ ?>< ? -HOUSE % ? * Gty Gpts 1 Two black attorneys were ? inducted into the North Carolina a' State Bar Oct. 2 in ceremonies held here. James A. Beaty, Jr. T and Paris Favors, Jr. were the ? only blacks out of a total of 30 Jl , ? ..JP fl WK jB b m ___ ( ^Iil * Ik. ^ 1 jfrit' 1 # i f i ^^^^B | i PARIS FAVORS, JR. Stylistics Shocked Postpone Here " The Gospel Stylistics will appear in Raleigh N.C. Sunday October 13, at the Coliseum along with the Mighty Clouds of Joy, ' Supreme Angels, The Blind Boys and The Holy Lights. As for appearing in Winston-Salem, the Gospel Stylistics said that they will not be singing here before sometime in 1975. The Gospel Stylistics say that they have to get over the shock of losing the first prize trophy to the Mighty Wonders of Winston-Salem. % "The rules for judging the two groups were decided before the program," a, spokesman for the Gospel Stylistics said. The rules were agreed Upon by the manager of the Gospel Stylistics, Charles Jones and Joe Caldwell of the Mighty Wonders. "The rules were given to the head judge on the committee," said a spokesman for the Gospel Stylistics. The spokesman * believes that the head judge did not let any of the other judges see the rules. "The other judges," the Gospel Stylistics said, "were supposed to see the rules so that they will know on what points to judge the Patroni 4 /INST Of ri, ?ar.iaf NG1M1 wo Black iductees. Both are practicing ; ttorneys in the city. j Beaty, formerly of i hoinasville, is a 1971 graduateof l Western Carolina University and I olds the Juris Doctorate from le University of North Carolina t Chapel Hill. He has held I everal internships and will work jr a local law firm. He is married to the former \ 'oyoko ^Dwnsend of 'ayetteville and lives on Jlendare Drive. Favors of Athens, Ga. is a 1970 jraduate of North Carolina A&T . >tate University and has a Juris doctorate from N.C. Central Jniversity. He has worked with aw firms in Durham as an intern ?nd is employed by the National [,abor Relations Board. He is married to the former Gail I^mpley of Greensboro and they have a fifteen month-old son, Sekou. Another child is expected soon. Both attorneys recently passed ihe N.C. Bar Exam. There has been some concern, however, a ra '75 two groups." The Gospel Stylistics said that the rules were as follows: Diction, Harmony, Melody, Song Variety, Audience Responses and how well the musicians played. The Gospel Stylistics alleged that they beat the Mighty Wonders in all departments except dress and still lost the first prize trophy. "The nonnl p hprp with A ??V? f/Wfr?v aivs V ww prestige," said the Gospel Stylistics," must realize you can't dump lame situation on the public's lap and expect them to take it. "Things were so obvious a six year old child would have known better. "A trophy does not mean anything when it is time to get on the stage and sing Again and you cannot ride on a lie. It has a way of slipping out from under you." Until press time, the Chronicle has not heard from the Mighty Wonders of Winston-Salem to hear their side of the story. The Chronicle will like to hear from them as soon as possible. r,,i* .?(na> fko oAnfftoi tDOM lilt? juugca tut uic vuiiKot ttviv Alphonso Mills, head judge, the Rev. T.R. Rice, Sister Ida Lee Pauling, Jim Gavin and Harold Liptson. Ize Equal x - c * ti> > ti > I i I n. . . I I I ON-Si g 20 cento * ~r g _ y Studies 3DA\ 7T . All/ TX Attorneys ; about the* number of black v applicants to the bar and the * lumber passing. It is estimated { that a very, small percentage of * blacks taking the bar exam each year pass. \ gigl ' j i ^1 RT' "U *^U^I ^ KL___i^iAp Jfl V ^| xs$iMfe& '^w^K^Bg^sjisMK *r JAMES A. BEATV JR. Gospel Choii The Second Calvary Baptist -Church Young Adult Choir will present a musical program 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 13 at Second Calvary Baptist Church located at 1310 N. Claremont Ave. The group is commemorating their sixth anniversary as a gospel choir. The group was organized and founded by the Rev. Donald S. Stowe, pastor of the church. In 1968 the choir was founded 4 4 with a vision of hightening spiritually within the church/1 said the Rev. Stowe. 44Since that Black Promoted Colonel ? WIESBADEN. GERMANY Klehning A. Cheek, a native of Greensboro, N.C. and 1954 graduate of A&T State University, has been selected for promotion to the rank of full colonel in the U.Sr Air Force here. Cheek becomes the fourth A&T Air Force HOTC graduate to achieve the rank of colonel and the first ??f his class. After being selected for his latest promotion, Cheek was See COLONEL - Page 3 Opportv % V MEM ? . MENT Some of Winston-Salem's runlown neighborhoods may be in or some major repairs if the toard of Aldermen can come up vith a plan to utilize a portion of ionic $15 million, according to lousing Inspection Superintendent, H.H. Disher. "The money has already been allotted," Disher explained,' and idded "It's simply a matter of getting a workable program." He *aid city i counciimen are reviewing the entire city to come up with an improvement plan. The total amount will be used for^ other projects and will be spent over a three year period. Although there is not enough money to completely solve the I musing problem. Disher said, "the citv is trying to get it together for the interest of all citizens." Many residents of the eastern and northern sections of the city I eel t hat they are in the most need" of improvements. The section is. approximately 80 per cent black . and Disher indicated that the project will be set up on a priority basis according to the most urgent need. In addition. "The project will be set up to eliminate future Holds Sixth time the Lord has blessed them to have inspiredjnanyiin various churches in and out M the city." In addition, ikIt has also been instrumental in helping to win souls for Christ." The choir is currently under the direction of its president, Miss Mary Ogelsby; Other officers of m if ^^8?_ Mi' ws SECONDC mity Adv f? < \. * > r m' '" ~ ^? WW--.?J /vrvnAOVD 1A?IWfl mursaay, uviuobn aw, wn plan" blight in some areas." Dishcr explained what substandard or minimum standard housing is: ''One that has enough defects in it where it would not be suitable to live in." The main consideration, he said, is sanitary . . facilities. "The house should have hot and cold running water. Electricity is the next most important thing." Included in the list of "things" that qualify a house- as substandard are poor foundations where rodents, [.* particularly rats, can enter; chimneys and heating ; v equipment. ? / I)isher indicated that probably : the major cause of sub-standard housing is "people neglecting maintenance." He said it usually starts with a small or minor areas and leads to bigger problems over a period of time. However, "It's hard to determine the actual amount of minimum standard housing, he said. A lot of houses in sound area fall back into the sub-standard catagory when people don't take proper care of them. Keeping a house in good condition is not a "one Shot deal", he said. Tlicy must be maintained constantly . ^ * _ Anniversary * the choir include Prof. Rickey McKinncy, organist jmcLmusieaL arranger; Samuel Moore, director; and Pastor Stowe, advisor and spiritual consultant. They invite the public and all local. groups to come worship with them in this gala celebration. V -V* '' .. ? y% "'>? 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