The Register, 1985-04-19
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hall volume lv1 number 24 north carolina agricultural and technical state university greensboro bomb threats result in four arrests winners of this year's annual oratorical con test are left front row esther woods first place frances ward third place back row ; bernard grant second place and reginald i allen fourth placed not pictured is the winner contest winners of the speech battle between the schools debra holland of the school of nursing seventeen people participated in the contest which was directed by dr lois b kinney this year's theme was turning dreams into realities own their recognizance he said all of the suspects were taken before the guilford county magistrate and releas franklin e mccain jr 19 of haley hall angela t gray 19 of barbee hall and willie williams 33 of 901 silver ave were charged last friday with making a false report concerning a destruc tive device on monday jesse montier 27 of 2107 lutheran st was charged in connection with a threat made the same day said williams 1 by frances ward news editor four people including twc a&t students have been ar rested in connection with mak ing false bomb reports at a&t according to a&t police chief john o williams we are making progress with our investigations and we will continue it said williams caught although seven more bomb threats have occurred since the arrest williams is positive that other students will be court court dates for the suspects will be may 1 and may 3 in guilford county district through a process of elimination a&t in vestigating officer lewis nelson in conjuction with the state bureau of investigation and greensboro police department were able to find out where the calls were originating from said williams we have a system set up with the telephone com pany and we have done a lot of leg work opard members recognized for service by doris person editor in chief three members of the board of trustees whose terms end in june were recognized for their contributions to a&t during the last board meeting of this year board chairman dr mcar thur newell cited elizabeth cone carson bain and robert kraay for their services rendered while serving as members of the board cone had been appointed to the board by former governor james b hunt in 1981 she was reappointed in 1981 by hunt to serve until june of 1985 bain and kraay were ap pointed by the north carolina board of governors in 1977 and reappointed in 1981 bain served as buildings and grounds chairperson this year in other business the board cone was vice chairman of the 1983 board of trustees beaman of the physical plant gave a presentaton on a proposed computerized preventive maintenance pro gram to be instituted as a separated segment of the the physical plant building and grounds com mitee was working on ways to get the 16 million new library proposal back into the ad visory board committee's budget for next year he said the main purpose of the program would be to speed the educational committee reported that the fifty percent of the students passed the state exam in february up the time between the re quest date and the actual man power in order to eliminate the departmental request will be transmitted by computer the program would be directed toward masonory roofing and mechanical and electrical requests bain reported that the william parker chairper son of the budget committee said that the state audit for the 1983-84 school term is going very well we have made our own in-house statement and thus far the audit is progress ing well and look forward to the review in august parker said adopted three resolutions in cluding one not to discontinue use of sex designaton in authorized dormitories aggie festival 85 to feature eight groups concert so we worked out a package with eight groups for 8 we planned a program and we hope everyone will come out and enjoy it said james france sga president the majority of the students said they wanted an outdoor 22 day see fest page 7 monday april organizational color campus clean-up day tuesday april 23 t-shirt sale sponsqred by the sga the scheduled events for the week of aggie fest 85 will be as follows taff pho to by jay hall tickets for a&t students high school and other college students will be 8 tickets for general admission is 10 ad mission on the day of the show s 12 the concert will begin at 1 p.m in aggie stadium gates will open at noon caucasions and covacus this year's aggie fest con cert scheduled for april 27 will feature eight groups in cluding rebbie jackson trou ble funk force m-d the real roxanne sparky-d night shift the young staff member by esther woods reading linda bragg v award winning author reads ex cerpts from her novel rainbow roun mah shoulder to students and faculty thursday in bluford library bragg and james jarrel technical services director at bluford highlighted national library week jarrell is a collector of children's books mm pÂ»s ah aiiiifii complete awareness for complete commitment friday april 19 1985
|Title||The Register, 1985-04-19|
|Cover title||The A. & T. Register|