It deeply frustrates works on such to
Dr. Lenwood Davis when the Black Womar
he runs into a roadblock , shortest, a ten-<
while searching for some list on Blacks ln y
information. went out th<
But rather than kick- time to give a sp
ing the nearest wall, he said, during hi
usually does something lined office in th<
about the information ment of Coltrane
8aP- 4 "And 1 went t
Davis, an assistant 4 about eighty bo
? ?r~ of history at^ Utah ~ history an
Winston-Salem State found ten referei
University, lays claim to blacks."
- the title of World s ''Just about
iwosi rroiinc Living state rve been j
Bibliographer. done a bibliogra
The native of Beaufort blacks in that
3 is working on three bibli- Davis added.
ographies, listings of re-' stance, I did mo:
search in a given field, 100 pages or B)
which would bring his Oregon and I'm v
total of published works on one on bia
to 81. North Carolina."
His bibliographies He's done &it
range from 1,500 citation phies on the blac
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Williams of 5137 Butterfield Dr.,
Winston-Salern, has been assigned to the Navy
recuriting station in Winston-Salem as part of the
hometown assistance recruiting program (HARP)
Airman Williams was graduated from East Forsyth
High School in Kernersville in 1977. He entered the Navy
on the delayed entry program in June 1977 and went on
active duty in November that year.
The 21-year-old sailor went to boot camp at Orlando,
Fla., and was schooled in aviation at Memohis. Tenn. 4
K ? ?
After his training in the aviation field. Airman Williams
reported for duty at Naval Air Station Point Mugu in
" He is married to the former Barbara Duncan, daughtei
of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar. Duncan of 1200 Gholson St.,
Winston-Salem. The Williams Ijave three children
Lavendor, 5, Kenneth, 3, and Demesha, 9 months. ,
Mrs. Williams and the children are living at 71C
Willow St., Winston-Salem.
After assisting the recruiters in their recruiting efforts
in Winston-Salem for 15 days, Airman Williams will
report back to Point Mugu for duty.
Pkn Pay Shoos?
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Shop 4 Winston-!
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2. 15 Waughtown Street <
Sale prices good thru Sunday. Master Charg
ike No For An
pics as ily, black policemen and Davis re
i to his sickle cell anemia. His torate f
:itation broad range of interests Mellon
talv. also extends to such Pittsburg
ire one fields as irrigation, land lors and
eech," reform, transportation tory fron
s book- and birth control. j Universil
j base- "My bibliographies His 1<
Hall. usually stem from the stems fi
hrough lack of information on a 11th gr;
oks on * topic," said Davis. "It when I d
d^ only first- grew- out- of- the in history
nces to needs of my classes and to read a
students. The students learn m
every come in and say I can't past to g<
n, I've ? find anything on, say the to the p
phy on " black policeman, and future."
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siaic, ^ nicy rc usuany ngni. "I hat
For in- f Davis has been at history t<
re than - v WSSU since last year. very w<
acks in He previously taught at Davis sa
working Livingstone College, real role
cks in Portland (Ore.) State A per
University, Ohio State $o diver;
)liogra- University and the Uni- ographie
:k fam- versity of Deleware. rally be
ERNEST S. JAMES has> been appointed Product
Supervisor-bleached specialty board for the White
Papers Group and will report to Thomas L. Breeland,
product manager-bleached specialty board.
In his new assignment, Ernest will be responsible for
assisting in the establishment of marketing objectives for
each grade within the bleached specialty board product
line based on sales forecasts, manufacturing capacity,
competitive activity and product demand and distribution
channels. In addition, he will assist in thedevelopment
of the marketing plans and strategies for
achieving the profit objectives and development of individual
profit projections for each Bleached Specialty
Prior to this position, Ernest was a senior sales
representative for the White papers Group's Boston
sales office. He has valso held the positions of Sales
Representative ana joinea ir^o in 1M74 as a Staft
Ernest receivedftis"undergraduate degree frotri North
' Carolina Central University in 1970 and in 1974 was
' awarded an MBA from Babcock Graduate School of
j Management, Wake Forest University, North Carolina.
He is married to Debhor James and has^ son and
daughter. They have been in the city recently visiting
with his parent Mrs. Vivian Tuttle, 3647 Yale Ave.
More People on pages 19,20
Summer Sandal Sale. Selected groups
mer Sandal Sale. Selected groups
sgular price. \
ale. All summer sandals
Knee-Hi Hose. 20% off regular price.
Cotton sole. Sale... 63*
. 120 Comfort top. Sale... 39*
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3. Old Town Shopping Ctr.
4. 5101 Country Club Road
e or Visa. Open evenings arid Sunday 1-6 pm.
^ ' ?
i Answer "
ceived his doc- fields. Davis, in addition
rom Carnegie- to bibliographies q^i the
University in black artist and Marcus
? and his bache- GarveyT is now putting
masters in his- together an anthology,
i N. C. Central or series of articles 'on
ty. black policemen.
Dve for books D ?, . ,. . . 3
, , But his biggest project
rom about the . ?? f / . * I
, is one he expects to take , +
ade. "That s u r- u ? i
about five years. ; He s
ecided to major _ ,
t because-4 liked go.ng to write the h.story J
, . .. of his family, just like
bout the past to ,.Vu *.
. Alex Haley. The disore
about the . ..
. . * . tinctive thing about my
st some insights
, . family is that we were
resent and the? J .
never in slavery, so our
i a high school ^story will provide a
u U different insight on the ?
eacher who was ... .
:11 respected," black experience. At..
ready he can trace his
iCi AS SL a | | ^ a a A
. lf ,, roots back to the 1750s.
model for us. 1
son who's been Given his research
>e in his biblio- background, the task is
s would natu- likely to be a snap for
open to other- - Davis.
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cal and talks with several trip was a tour of landmarks
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stay from June 28 to July 2, John the Divine Cathedral.
the group saw "Eubie," a Chinatown, Lincoln Center.
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