The Register, 1983-10-07
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people in our city are hungry without jobs or adequate housing and are being treated unjustly we must all work together to change this i plan to work boldly with grassroots community groups govern ment business the churches and the colleges to change this she said i am a socialist activist we cannot rely on the federal government to build a better city and way of life said ed whitfield for city council in district two the forum it is a proven fact that when elections occur any black that expects to win will have to receive at least 20 per cent of the white vote especially in greensboro i don't believe this can happen said mustafa ture who was a student panelist at three seats will represent each one of the other districts,which are southwest the 5-3-1 plan is represented by five seats from the northwestern section of greensboro this particular environment is mostly resided by upper and middle-classes people,"kirkpatrick said i hope to continue suppor ting the 5-3-1 plan he said county greensboro to remain among other economically and politically growing cities in the council he said he wanted running in district 1 is cleveland sellers,who serves on the advisory committee for we have to do it ourselves because it's our obligation to enforce greensboro's strong foot in the right direction he said food housing jobs education and justice are basic human rights many another black candidate running for city council at large is the rev leila m jenkins we need more police pro tection in the poorer neighborhoods of greensboro katie dorsett a candidate for city council in district two said i have a real concern for youth and employment she said she focused on the high minority inmate population in the country and the problems of teenage pregnancies won in the last election's primary she lost in the general election structor,is returning for another attempt after she katie dorsett,a business in a black prominent can didate for district 2 two presented even more crucial issues that must be counter at tacked as soon as possible mitment to run greensboro in a progressive direction he said we need integrity com mon business sense and com southeast and northeast the one single seat is the mayoral candidate kirkpatrick said miss a&t and court enjoy a ride around the football field at halftime.fleft to right)miss in the past parking regula tions have been enforced only from 8:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m installation of the new park ing signs is the most visible change williams said the department has more than 22 there are approximately 3,000 registered cars with the security department presently day faculty and staff members pay a 22 fee while on-campus students pay for a 15 sticker evening faculty and staff members are now required to pay a 10 registration fee evening students must pay 7.50 students charges evening faculty staff members and evening seeking to treat each stu dent fairly the university now on-campus students pro tested because they were charged the 15 for a parking sticker while those with night classes were not since a&t has ac cumulated such an enormous number of evening students changes had to be made even ing students weren't register ing their cars at all and com ing on campus without having to pay for any parking williams said by michael ratcliff staff writer and douglas thompson special to the register a&t's police department is now rigidly regulating 24-hour parking according to police chief john o williams evening students need stickers association the candidates and issues was sponsored by the uhuru community center,the department of sociology and social work a&t depart ment of political science and the student goverment i must point out that the worker i have experience through my education and voluntary actions for greensboro johnson said johnson has 20 years of experience working to resolve problems as a lawyer and trained social james johnson a black candidate \ is running for mayor our communities must return to hope with commit ment and involvement from our citizens of greensboro sellers said he said school dropouts and drug abuse must be stopped among the youth the fellows program here on campus.sellers main concerns are the youth,the elderly,thecommunity and the future see parking stickers page 2 volume lv number 4 north carolina agricultural & technical state university greensboro nr candidates address issues at political forum complete awareness for complete commitment october 7 1983 way to go aggies # register whitfield kirkpatrick sellers center)brenda cunningham miss junior,june jones and miss senior kathy everett freshman,stephanie t i d w e 1 i ; m i s s sophomore,karen witherspoon the two year veteran is up for re-election on the city i've seen in my two years james kirkpatrick jr said this is the best turnout greensboro city council candidates were present for the purpose of discussing im portant issues and promoting themselves to the public ap proximately 70 people were in attendance by michael ratcliff staff writer housing,lack of job oppor tunities and crime were some of the issues discussed at the candidates and issues pre elections forum in gibbs hall,tuesday night one of the panelists doubted a black achieving a primary and general election win as mayor people are our concern and greatest asset he said
|Title||The Register, 1983-10-07|
|Cover title||The A. & T. Register|