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Writer Reaganomics. Not only are
monies from social security
~WUh the changes that are being deleted, but new rules
h?ing marie ?n f^rxal-Jiav^J>ecnJimplemented -in
pie over the country are fin- that will eliminate an
Farabee Named Tc
Walter Farabee,, Hunt as a member of the
Winston-Salem Director of North Carolina EmployHuman
Services, has receiv- ment and Training Council,
ed three prestigious ap- He has also been chosen by
pointments . recently. Secretary of Natural
Farabee will serve as presi- Resources and Community
dent of Jhe North Carolina Development Joe Grimsley
Prime Sponsors Associa- to serve on the state 6Vo-l%
tion (NCPSA), and was ap- Committee,
pointed by Governor Jim The NCPSA is an
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Candidates Prep
By Yvonne Anderson received only 130 of the
Staff Writer republican vote while Wills
totaled 1,246.
The primaries are over, The campaigns to the i
leaving 17 candidates still in j 1 f\
the running out of 35. Voter \J
turnout was even lighter
than expected as only 20 By Beverly McCarthy i
percent of the city's Stajf Writer i
democrats and 10 percent
of the republicans came out "It's finally over," began *
to cast their ballots. uonaio Kay McMillan, as I
Mayor^ incumbent, he .gave reports on the outWayne
E. Corpening, and come of his case against two realtor
Ted Wills gained attackers, "it's finally v
easy victories over their ;over "
primary Opponents. Donald Keith Alewine a
Corpening defeated and Gerald Roybal received ^
Bonce R. Williams with 10 straight years in an
8,812 to his 8,899 votes. Ku assault case which occurred 1
Klux Klan leader Joe Grady in June. McMillan said that ^
"Serving the Winston-Salem (
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animated 10t30& families become effective October 1,
from food assistance and and according to John
reduce the amount of Kerr, chief of the Food
stamps received in approx- Assistance Section in the
faroftfcsi fo North Carolina. Of North Carolina, the rules
The new rules will will change the way eligibiliassociation
of state and
which administer
employment and
trainins nrnoramc tr\
[disadvantaged persons
under the Comprehensive N yA '
Employment and Training flk
Act (CETA). The NCPSA \
provides a" forum for VHb
See page 5 Walter Farabee
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ye world is this merrymaker making life more lively? LonHill
Carnival recently (August 32). The carnival is an anr
the Not ting Hill area.
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>are For Nov. 3 I
primaries were quiet, but November 3, although Cor- 1
both candidates agreed that pening has turned down ;
the races will heat un for the two invitationc hv wiiic to
general election on See Pa fie 2
Year Sentence \
he two assailants pleaded given 10 straight years,
lot guilty when their trial "They got 10 straight \
Irst began, but changed years, with no parole, no 1
heir plea to guilty after probation, or no work i
>olice witnesses testified. release," he emotionally ex- j
"They were going to get plained. 1
10 years but after my McMillan's case began 1
vitnesses finished, their one night in June when he \
awyer asked for a recess and a friend were jogging <
ind they went into plea along an area near Country
>argaining." Club Road.
It was after the recess After running into a i
hat McMillan said that house where he said, at- j
Uewine and Roybal were See Page 2
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Community Since 19 74
? 722-8624 Thursday, October 1, 1981
hout Food
ty is determined. -also," Kerr stated.??
44Not only are the The most significant
eligibility rules undergoing change in the program will
chansc. but
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stamps a hottschofd ^hoiifd "Beglhhill& October 1, =
receive is being changed all households.which do not
Make W
The N.C. Dent, nf Human AFDC nrnoram
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Resources has submitted a the ?policies of pertinent
proposal to the U.S. Dept. supportive services proof
Health and Human Ser- gram, and the labor market
vice for a six-county Com-' activities of private emmunity
Work Experience ployers. "Yet we do not
(Workfare) demonstration have very much experience
project. with the kind of close reThis
\will require welfare lationship \that as possible ,
recipients under the Aid to under the new Community
Families with Dependent Work Experience Pro- ,
Children (AFDC) program gram," he said,
to work in schools and other There are 45 counties in |
governmental or private '
non-profit agencies to work X T .
off their welfare payments J ^ JlJ @ I
if the proposal is approved.
Governor James B. Hunt,
Jr. has \ written a letter to Jj Iff /Y fl f
Richard S. Schweikcr, sec- M f f I CI f IxA
tetary of Health acid Human
Services, endorsing
the /'Workfare" demon- By Yvonne Anderson
stration proposal request- Staff Writer
ting that?it be approved. Residents in two low in"Our
program objectives come housing units in the i
involved demonstrating the city have been waging an
usefulness of combining ongoing war for better liv- i
the challenge offered by the ing conditions in the city. 1
Community Work Experi- First it was the tenants of 1
ence Program's work re- the Goler Apartments, who <
quirement with appropriate asked their owner, Goler 2
supportive service and the Metropolitan A.M.E. Zion <
cooperation of public and Church, to remove Urban i
private sector employers to Housing as manager of the 1
reduce the size of the anartments. Th* tenant* t
AFDC caseload. Our re- have complained for years i
search objectives focus on about needed repairs in the |
documenting the results of roofing and other structural <
this approach,*' Hunt said damage to the units that
in his letter. have not been fixed. 1
The governor also indi- City housing inspectors t
cated in his letter that it say that they will post signs t
seemed to him that the saying that the apartments r
long-term employment pro- do not meet city housing I
spects of Aid to Families codes and may not be t
with Dependent Children rented until repairs are f
recipients depends on very made. The signs will be t
close coordination between placed on vacant apart- c
RJR Grants
To 27 WSSL
iwemy-seven conege represents an investment in
freshmen have been award- the future of many quality
;d a total of $23,500 in students."
scholarships at Winston- Dr. Douglas Covington,
Salem State University Chancellor of WSSU,
;WSSU) through the R.J. acknowledged the contribuReynolds
Industries tion saying the University is
Scholarship Program for "grateful that RJR has g
\cademic Excellence. determined WSSU worthy |
The scholarship program of its continuing support. ?
s funded by a $50,000 grant Such support is an expresannouoced
by R.J. sion of the company's belief I
Reynolds Industries in in the merits of the Univer1979.
The award is an ex- sity's scholarship program
ension of an earlier com- and a willingness to assist us
Tiitment of nearly $1 in our efforts," he said,
million to assist the growth "Since 1968, when R.J.
and expansion of education Reynolds initiated the
programs at WSSU, said Scholastic Achievement I
Marshall Bass, RJR's cor- Program, and the RJR I
porate director of personnel Scholarship Program for I
development. Academic Excellence
In making the award, established in 1980, the V\
Bass said RJR "is par- University has enrolled C
ticularly proud of the pro- more than 150 exceptionally p
gress being made at WSSU. talented academic students, d
We believe the program See Page 2 g
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20 cents 26 Pages (his week
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of age or older, or receive office of Management and
supplemental security in- Budget non-farm poverty
come, orTitie II Social level,'* began Kerr.
Security disability "This means thai an in- ?? payro?ntstwm
have to bayr-tfividuat-can earn no more
less than the gross income See Page 2
. Says
elf are
ts Work
the state who are already gram in these counties,
participating in the federal Those exempt are children
Work Incentive (WIN) pro- under age 16 and children
gram designed to find em- over 16 who are full-time
ployment for AFDC red- students. Also exempt are
pients. This * is a joint those 6S years of age or
venture by the Employment older, a mother or other
Security Commission and specified relative who is ?
county social services de- caring for a child under six.
partments. All AFDC re- Those who are ill or indpients
who are not ex- capacitated are also exempt
empted are required to as are those required in the
register for the WIN pro- See page 24
thel Residents
I Improvements (
ments first and then, on Yet, the residents of Skyoccupied
apartments if fur- line Village, who won an
ther\ inspection deems it eviction victory over their
necessary. landlord, Taylor Realty of
The newest to join the list Greensboro, are the only
are the residents of New ones who have had #nv
Bethal Apartments owned success in dealing with
5y New Bethel * Baptist their situation.
Church. * Tenants there, The John R. Taylor has
sparked by the same con- applied for federal rent
litions of their apartments subsidies for all 1,969 units
it Goler, held a meeting of the complex. If the
Tuesday night with their application is approved by
ipartment owners and the the Housing Authority of
nanager to demand im- Winston-Salem, residents
>rovements in their living could qualify for subsidies
ronditions. that would leave them payBoth
managements of Go- ing only a fourth of their
er and New Bethel blamed income in rent and utilities,
he original construction for A special allocation for up
he problems of leaking to 800,000 a year to suboofs
and falling ceilings, sidize 200 units was apt
is their contention that proved this summer from
he ^contractors used in- discretionary funds controlerior
and low-quality ma- led by the department of
erials when building the Housing and Urban Deomplexes.
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Vinston-Salem State University Chancellor Douglas
"ovington receives a check in support of a scholarship
rogram for academic excellence from R.J. Reynolds Inus
tries, Director of Personnel Development, Marshall
'ass. "&

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