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Vol. VII No. 32 U.S.P.S. No. (
I Bryant To Run
I For E. Ward Seat
n.. n- / J< ? ' "
ay Ljunrxa kJianam rseweil.
Staff Writer According to Bryant
I and his steering commitWilliam
A. Bryanrr ar lee, his objectives are
m I realtor and retired high organization, participaI
school principal, has an- tion and the education of
B I nounced that he will seek people in the East Ward.
the East Ward His platform includes
|l I alderman's seat, current- establishing a Ward
ly held by Virginia K. Council to air citizen's
I Newell. complaints and to enBryant
made his an- courage individual parnouncement
last week ticipation in city governjj
* I ending rumors which ment, also...
I had been circulating for -To help educate conseveral
.months that he stituents on the workings
would challenge Mrs! of city government.
i From State J
! Still InThe
By Yvonne Anderson city of Winston-Salem fron
Stuff Writer the separate contracting
clause of the state statutes
State Representative, has asked that the bill no
Margaret Tenuille, co- be brought up in committe
sponsor of House Bill 373^ for debate,
which seeks to exempt the Chapter 143, article 8, o
Legality Of Raid
The National Bar Association (NBA), along with nine
other groups and individuals have filed amicus curiae
(friend of the court) briefs on behalf of nine members of
the Church of Scientology challenging the legality of the
1977 FBI raid on Church offices in Los Angeles.
The brief filed* with the U.S. Court of Appeals in
Washington, D.C., charged that the FBI raid^iosed "a
grave threat to the fundamental religious and associa
tional rights which are protected hv tho Eirct A m>nH
Each of the 10 briefs adopted the detailed legal
arguments against the FBI raid set out by the American
Civil Liberties Union in an earlier friend of the court
Groups and individuals from around the country that
filed the briefs included the National Lawyers Guild, the
Center for Constitutional Rights, the Committee to Defend
the Constitution, and George Laine, Chairman of
the Freedom of Information Act Committee of the Los
Angeles Newspaper Guild*
On July 8, 1977, 134 FBI agents raided the Scientology
Churches in Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles, making
it the largest raid in the history of the FBI. The raid lead
to convictions of nine Church of Scientology members on
charges related to stealing government documents on the
See Page 2
Miss Naomi C. McLean
was honored last Sunday,
receiving a Plaque as fii?
Business Woman of the
year from Phi Beta Sigma ^
presentation was made by NaomJ c M
Hoyt Wiseman, President
of the Winston-Safem Stenographic and Tutorin
Chapter. Miss McLean is Service located in the Bruc
founder, owner and Building, E. 6th Street,
operator of McLean's April, 1958, she wa
>67910 WINSTON-SALfM, N.C.
lis' a /
William A. Bryant
?to keep open com- By C.B. Hauser
munication between con- Special Correspondent
stituents and the alderman.
A total of 4,364 blacks
--To help prepare were purged from the Forpoteiyial
aldermanic syth County voter regfctracandidates
to become ef- tion rolls on March 23.
fective public servants. These persons were among
?Propose and support 18,100 Forsyth voters who
a fair housing law. had not cast ballots since
See Page 2 1975.
JM State law requires County
n the General Statutes of
g North Carolina mandates Sp|
separate specifications for
it building contracts by ]
c responsible contractors. Bill Bg^ H
375, introduced in the
i House by Representatives
Ned Smith, Ted Kaplan and
Tennille, seeks to exempt ||PfjW
Winston from this clause by
giving the responsibility of ! .
choosing subcontractors to ; >"*;
the primary contractor. The *|
primary contractor would
still be chosen by the cur- jjjgj?- .
__rent bidding system. _j H/fl I
.14 We want to be sure that
it (Bill 375) won't affect the 1VSSU Chancellor H. Dou,
subcontractors," said Ten- Emma Duren following het
nille. "We don't want to
take it up in committee until 11t, ^ "K
we have worked out all the g J VAT vil X
There has been con- - ??:
troversy over whether the f I 1 p q p 1^ p w
Bill would apply only to the X V Cv V X X v X
I "Uptown Development
nujcii, ui iu <ut luiuic
projects the city wishes to Emma T. Duren, assistai
enter into. coordinator of the Elder!
Specifically, the con- Salem State University, wa?
struction of the Raddison Excellence in Teaching
Hotel and a proposed over- Day/Honors Day activities
head walk way that would award was presented by Pei
connect the hotel with an president of Wachovia Ban
across-the-street parking Mrs. Duren joined the W!
garage is the primary pro- ed her bachelor's degree at
blem facing the city. sity and the master of educ;
City Manager, Bryce of North Carolina - Green
Stewart, said, "We face study at the University of
tremendous coordinating A&T State University and /
problems when trying to See
See Page 2
awarded a plaque as the
Most Outstanding Business I m I
Woman the year from m
Beta Alpha Chapter, Iota m
Phi Lambda J.^^^B
March, 1977, was * M ^^^B
nominated by Winston- f i
Salem Chapter, National
Sorority of Phi Delta Kap- * J* f^PBW
I pa Beta Lambda Chapter ?
I for Citation Award to be * ' :r ?
1 presented in New York City ^ ^ , 4
as Regional Meeting. She is " ; -%+' .?
listed in The World Who's
ig Who of Women; Who's %
x Who of American Women;
Who's Who in Community N.C. Human Resources
is See Page 2 Parents/Honors Day Speai
Commumly Since \ * ^
Saturday. April 4, 1981
Election Boards to review reflect the strength of each
the registration lists after precinct by removing from
every presidential election the books duplicates and
and to remove the names of the names .of voters who
everyone who has not voted have died or moved from
since the preceding the precinct,
presidential race. ?f the 18,100 persons who
Rathie R fhactoin were notified that th^ir
? - - WIIMJIUIU) * "
County election supervisor, names would be taken from
stated that the purpose of the rolls unless they returnthe
purge is to make the postal cards mailed to
books more accurately them or came into the ?^ce
I I : Winston-Salem expressed
shock and horror at the at >**
^E tempted assassination of
R . President Ronald Reagan
Although most of those
?r| interviewed by the Chroni1
cle said that they did not
agree with some of Presik*
' dent Reagan's views and
. B i ideas, all agreed that the at|Bg
- || HiJ tempt on his life indicates
HHMtah VwMI serius problems in America.
phftttt htcm. Mwvr ?"ft was a terrible shock,"
g/as Covington congratulates sa*d Fire Chief Lester Er'
award. vin? when contacted at his
. T _ J Ervin said that when he
^ fl TTl fill heard about the incident,
? his thoughts went back to
' another time,
?P V' /"* O T* was almost speechless
yyl T vCll and I said to myself, this
again. We've lived through
this once very vividly." The
it professor of education and chief said that he was contostel
Program at Winston- cerned about Reagan's
? presented the 1981 Wachovia welfare and about the conAward
during Parents' dition of the other three
i March 29. The $1,000 cash men who were also shot,
ry A. Turner, Jr., senior vice "My deepest concern is
k and Trust Company. about how this will affect
SSU faculty in 1976. She earn- the image of the United
Winston-Salem State Univer- States as a free country,"
ation degree at the University Erv*n sa*d.
sboro. She has done further Insurance executive C.P.
Minnesota, North Carolina B??ker aiso called the incikppalachian
State University, dent tragic.
Page 2 "I'm saddened about it,"
said Booker, adding,
P?a-uwura ^ee z>a.
/ By C.B. Hauser
H(, Special To The Chronicle
^ Howard N. Lee, Secretary
'MM | of the North Carolina Deffrj
partment of Natural ReWjs
r sources and Community
*j' 4 Development, was the HoA
nors Day/Parents Day
speaker at Winston/
/ 30 ^ Salem State University.
1 The campus-wide, day-long
event was held last Sunday.
^ee statec* that his Pur*
? .g;^PE*P pose was to honor, chalP*,,WM
*, r ? ?'?? ' lenge and stimulate the
Director Howard Lee was students and to praise the
ker. parents for the sacrifices
# *s .. <r f
20 cents 22 Pages This Week
of the board of elections, 14th Street Recreation 296;
751 returned their cards or Kennedy Jr. High School
came to the office. Their 322; and Skyland Elemennames
were left on the tary 281.
books. All others were A person who has changremoved.
ed his or her address since
The number of blacks 1975 or who has not voted
removed from selected since 1975 should assume
precincts were Kimberly that his name has been
Terrace Housing 455; Mar- removed from the books. v
tin Luther Recreation 232; All that is necessary to have
Memorial Coliseum 235; See Page 12
44we're in reckless times, has come to this," was the
where people can't differ or reaction of Patrick
express themselves and not Hairston, president of the
be in danger of getting shot local chapter of the Naat."
tional Association for the
He continued, 44hearing Advancement of Colored
that President Reagan had People (NAACP).
been shot did something to Hairston blamed
me...it's just tragic." Reagan's assassination at
It's bad that our country See Page 2
| NCAE Disclaims
| Attempt To Create |
jiji The North Carolina Association of Educators is S
jjjj not attempting to foment discord between teachers ijij
ijij and administrators and school boards and will not &j
ijij countenance any illegal activities, the president of the ijij
ijij group said last week. ijjj
-g?Luretta Martin, a Thomasvllle teacher on leave as~jg~
jiji NCAE president, said recent news stories have great- jiji
jiji ly overemphasized a collective bargaining project be- ijij
i$ inc conducted hv th#? Nf^AF nivMcir*n r?f riocrmAm
l t ? > '1^1 > ijiuii \ji via^si uuiii
jiji Teachers. * jiji
ijij The ACT project, headed by Jim Bell, a Wake jiji
jij: County teacher serving as ACT president, and Peter 1-ij
jiji Toggerson, also from Wake County, who serves as ijij
ijij coordinator, was meant only to inform NCAE ijij
ijij members about collective bargaining, she said,
ijij She said news stories have contended that teachers jiji
jiji are being selected to make recurring demands on jiji
jiji school boards to create confusion, frustration and jiji
jiji argument so that boards will be more receptive to ijij
jiji collective bargaining. ijij
ijij "This is simply not the policy of the NCAE, nor is ijij
ijij it the desire of the majority of the classroom teachers ijij
jiji $ee Page 2 ijij
Ml If TP A Cufinunl
sxx iwjf A W JU1 vivai
they had made. He called honored,
upon the students "to be Plaques were given by the
the best one that there is." Winston Mutual Life Ins.
"Education is the key to Co. to those students in
survival, freedom and inde-' each class and each major
pendence. Rekindle the spir- who had earned the highest
it' ot Charles Drew and
George Washington Carver. cumulatlve avera?e in that
Let your bucket down where area 0ne s,udent from
you are. Be the best." he each class was also named
pleaded.' an Alumni Scholar because
of his scholarship, service
Two hundred twenty students,
70 of whom were anc* potential. The students
from Winston-Salem, who were awarded plaques by
had earned a cumulative the Winston-Salem State
average of 3.00 or better on University Alumni Associaa
4.00 point scale were tion.