The Charlotte post. (Charlotte, N.C.) 1918-????, February 07, 1985, Image 1
EuL'g Mi. Full bright Story On Page UA - '_... «• ’*-‘vrdi v; Annv iX/fni IXmJLJIJLI.^ T? ch 1SH8 I Ivinfffitnnp Wmfeslone kmt. ,, y a),.- ^ 7 __ __ ur ® "*• *nnci oi me *nie members of the Panel were 1 *> •2/*> L iv • * i «*it BBa[ im Luther ’EL HILL - Herman Lee Durham, a Junior at the Dpd Hill, has been named the Hi - - Luther ^^^^^^■warded to a who has shewn a commit il right through efforts to ! the quality of life in the ^^^^■bity. The scholar Bennett has worked to make die campus aware of the apartheid dtiiathM kf South Arica. ,-Last f spring, be coordinated Peace Day. Currently he is cultural coordinator Id Afro-American NaUwiaTEndow 5** He alsofcas issistant for Dr. rman of the afri ican Studies Cur as served on the dies comittee for IpSitory and m the dean’s list ■tart. . g scholar is an a Martin Luther ceremony spon rsity However, forced the post itual cancellation nony. WmfBmr: tei % v 1 go out on my own So. I’m experien Ctag that challenge now.’1 Lolita had many creative interests when she lived in Chicago. “I took dancing fin* three and eoe half years and also was involved in profes sional acting with the Goodman Theatre,” she states. This week’s beauty also modeled for the Soft Sheen Company of Chicago. “Just before coming to Cbarfljtte, I was in the Midwest hair show which was held at the Hyatt Regency in Chi cago for one week. I modeled hair styles and also was in a dance feature that consisted of all the models,” she describes. . '1™ 004 doing as many creative activities now that Pm at says Lolita. “Yet I am doing what I want to do, that is, going to school.’’ However, this eigbteen-year-otd freshman has joined JCSU's Drama Chib. Aad bar abilities will be presented in the club’s upcoming production of ‘‘Roar at the Grwse peint,” to be held February 14, on Wtth’t campus. “The parts I have consist of being a urchin, dancer and singer,” explains Lolita. She is, though, much more 8ee MOBLEY On Page ISA number of the bipartisan commis sion that drew up Uie compromise, charged that is would be a clear' breach of faith on the part- of Congreaa if social security recipi ents were further pendfeed. A CONTINUING C08T The sacrifice they made then through postponement of the effec tive date of the annual cost-of-living January of n> cost them io so on into tinted out. "'power*!* ’ averaging for^single massivetMcutandt^Adrnim ^ with the Dallas Morning News,Reagan again sug gested that his arm could easily be twisted in favor of a soda) security freese as long as he didn’t have to take the political heat by himself. “If Congreas en masse came down on the side of, say reducing or hiding off on the COLA, the coat-of iiving increase, you know, what' would I be able to do about that?'' the President asked. Fauntroy ^ represented thi nation’s capital in Representativ since 1*71, effectively bining this mmm withhiaflthsc* inthe JjPWfl iis rights L _■feate to the House ^Walter BrFaaatray c . .Dynamic leader from the District of Columbia in ltn ny Aaarey t, Ltdsto Poat Staff Writer / When Poat managing editor . T«re*a “T” Simmons asked me to do a story on the subject, ‘Can ae- ' gregated schools be Christian? ” two thoughts immediately came to mind. The first was that the article would have to be an opinion piece, end the eacond was that no oaa would tall me, ‘Yes, segregation can be Christian.” Opinion among the cleri contacted was mixed, with ; beUaNdsgBgneajprMatMlni can never be Christian, while sypraasud the belief that depend on the reason ,‘for EjSwHRe verend H.S Riggs to pastor of Mayfield Memorial Baptsit Church at 700 9dgar Creek Road Kwaa one who gave esponse. “t would on the reason for he asserted. ‘‘It’s a’t think you can statemant.” For ■eeson behind the segregation to what’s important. He continued, “THa Immorality ,Y 4 tXsSv'l R*v. i. T. WMtc • <t ' .W«Hr mMatw ■ A" • connected with forced uorruHai wee that ft deprived freedom te certain omnia." East ^poest Bible College instructor Dr. Georfe Voorhis also thought die reaeon behind the aggre gation would be important in deciding whether a particular school could be both Christian and eagre gated .While he advtaed that perhaps under certain condition and “dxtremeiy rare” circumstances that would be “(a# school**mighT*be ChruS?*^ asserted that Chriatlan schools ought to be integrated. “Separate but equal doesn’t Work,’* he WaatteAttaaif V| The Legal Defeat* and Educational Fund, lac Fundrtaaina Dinner will he April II at Qte Athaa'e Mark Hotel, (UDapttan 5:« pm. Dinner at 7 p m Thor* are entagoataa of apontera: (I2M00) table of t; (tlW.W) two tickets; Hargrave at HMM7.