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WEEK I M>lMt SfATI'EPAT, JANUART It, 1958
OMEGA HOLDS 15Til VVNI’ AL fiKwn CON< L AV!" Nearly
ROO membcrt. <>( she Omega Psi Phi Fruici rdU attended the 154 h
annua) flr-ino L’welavr of the organi/atton held at the Cleveland,
Ohio 'Tanner Hotel on DecrmliM :7• .'Hi. Hiev photos depict high
lights of the record meeting New officers, ion i.-ft. installed at the
final session include from Icll to Held : < ney D. Jacobs, Indiana- i
poijs,, lnd.. fir 4 vice grand basileus: Or, I. G*-*-r«rv Newton, Durham,
grand basflcus: Paul Johnson. Brooklyn, V V , second vice grand
basileos and f B. Blayton, Sr., Atlanta. <.••«.. keeper of finance. Those
on the hack <orv are. I ill* ! Corbett, n.ho!o N editor of Die |
ORACLE, the fraternity's publication: t -lie Hill Brookyin. N. V.
K n?od tna.rslid.il: Carl K. f/.trlcs, Lo? «•!#«. Caiti.. grand counselor: j
11. far* IWouHrie, IVa-hlngtotl. It. f", national executive seeretar,. .
Walter H. Riddidi. Norfolk. Va., grand keener of records and seal and
rather H Vlblon Ferrell, ’Washington, It grand chaplain. \t top
right. I terbert l. Tucker. Jr.. Boston nitnrtv-*. ..urrenders file gavel
tn |tr. I. firpqorv Nrtvton. Durham. N. t . college professor and newly
elected grand basiletts. Tucker Ijad helJ (hr position for three years.
Bottom left, Wiley V Brapton. lefl cent. . ami ( * Grnniilion, right
eeiifei were cited for outstanding achievement on the civil rights
front. Ri niton received the f iti7.cn of flic 7 ear" award for his out
standing legal service in the Little Rock. \rk.. school litigation and
Dominion w:«> given Hie “Omega Man of the V>ar“ award for his
leadership in the fight lor voting privileges for Negroes in Tu -krgee,
Alabama, With (hem are Herbert L Tuchrr tleftl and Dr. Matthew
J. Whitehead. Washington. D. C. chairman of the National Jehieve
meni Committee. Bottom right—-a highlight of the four day meet was
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the National Talent Hunt Demontdration v. hieh featured .vounc
musicians from throughout Ih< rmi-v •• ?-.» had -on m district
rlimmutkiof sponsored bv the fratemfiv. ti» Hie rceitn from left to
light are. Miss Doris Corson. Jji r • tv- . mitr-sKo: W. O
W alker, Cleveland newspapei jtwhlis! ei >o ■ ! .;n of i .e.r arrange*
j nieiiD for the event; Miss Barb:*! a Lour* )!«. f'iUshur?. Texas.
dramatic soprano. a guest artW »n«t j.-oj ”• ,itr> Brooklyn, N.
, V.. chairman of the National T.tisntf. lfu«! • •.••Nee.
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APPEALS FOR MARCH OF DIMES Dr R StiHnmn 'mifh.
Macon C«a., president of the National V, 1 h i- releas
ed the following statement in appealing for support of the iOSO March
; us Dimes: “The expanded program of the Match of Dimes, under the
' auspices of 'The National Foundation, for sm •= c.d scientific research,
! professional education and medical core, cor'-iialy has rny personal
1 endorsement and the endorsement of the National M-dical A-socia
For ” Mixing ” Resistance
Catholic Sociologists Hear
Jesiut Blame Adult Leaders
NOTRE DAME, tod—Ovbi-rt re
sis-tancß to school desegregation
largely appear among high school
students •’independent of adult en
couragement,” a Jesuit sociologist
has reported here.
Father Jumps F. Mnldowncv, |
S.J., assistant professor of so
ciology ui Whrclir.g IW, Va.)
college, reported to the Ameri
can Catholic .Sociological Bori
ctv nn bis studs of five him
dentifted coiiunuiiilics in five
different states which had
compulsory racial segregation
before the Supreme Court's 13-
Some 200 Mvciolngist.s attended f
tiie three-day meeting held at the ;
University of Notre Dame and St.
Mary’s College here
Father Mulriowney's report said
peaceful desegregation did not de
pend so much on the size of the
community, its population distribu
tion or even the actual proportion
of Negroes to whites”
More important, he said, “is the
definition of the (Negro - white)
proportion in the minds of the
The worst climate of desegrega
tion, the priest found, was a “pre- .
dominantly rural area with few :
Negroes living in segregated sec- 1
tions, and which had heen forced I
to m.iy white and colored children
by local court order.
The best prospect fee easy
.Adjustment would be found in
“a large eli.v with * clear resi i
dentiui segregation uid with i
more than ,» quarter «f the
population Negro, which had
voluntarily accepted the Su
preme Court’s decision to dc
srgregale," Father Mnldowney
)hu report said that academic i
differences between the white and j
Negro children “wes not a rigßifi
cant factor in the ca-s; or difficulty
of the transition” in the communi
ties Father UuMnwrn'y studied.
Another point made in (tip report
was tbai desegtegstion v .*.. more
suci'er-sful tp tho.se plmrer where
the teachers rp..rn ~i... h,..) ahady
been profess jonaJJy desegregated
Father Muldoymey • -mj school |
authorities in the communities he i
studied agreed that ‘early public!- !
ty>* of desegregation had an ad- j
verso effect became it "compli- j
Cfiled the situation and lostricteii '
the decision - making powers of
those responsible for making the |
change.” He also found that local |
school policies -will be helped or j
hindered by policy set at the state j
Methodist Church Eyss 10
Percent Members Increase
NASHVILLE, Tenn.-Tlm Cen
tra! (Negro) Jurisdiction of Tiie
Methodist Church will try to in
crease its membership by I n per
cent during a Bishops’ Evangelistic
Crusade in the jurisdiction IVbru
Membership of the. Central
Jurisdiction, v hich covers
most of the United Slates, I*
now about 352,000 In addition,
about 25,000 Negro Methodists
; arc members of r.hurrhe* in
other jurisdictions of the de
The Methodist Church in the
United Stales is divided into .six
.t predictions- - the metal Central
enrl five nprari;'iir .l
jurisdlptions Total U. S. Melhodu-J
( membership, including the Central
! .lurisdietiort, i: nearly 9.700.000
1 "The aim of the cruisade is to
win unchrucheu people and to
j deepen and broaden the Christian
Foreign Students At Bennett
Enjoyed Happy Holiday Season
GREENSBORO Although H
I was not like Christmas at home
foreign students ?f Bennett College
had a happy holiday season visit
ing relatives or friends in the Uni
i ted. States,
! Misses Frances Marshall and
Sylvia Darling, both of Ns-sau, Ba
hamas spent them holidays a* Mi
j ami, Fla the forme* visiting her
j sestet Mrs C Newbold. M*ss Meri
• lyn Blatch, also of Nassau, spent
! the Christmas vacation in Oberlin.
I Ohio, as the guest of a classmate,
Miss Idajeanue Robinson, and lier
Misses Blanche Tuboku-Metzger
of Freetown, Sstcrra Leone. West
> i Africa and Danielle Brooks of
Christian Love Is Answer
jTo South A frica’s Racial
Problems, Archbishop Says
CAPE TOWN- South Africa
i South Africa’s racial problems
i must be. fared in th- unifying spir
it of Christian Lov\ Archbishop
Ow n McCann, of Cope Town d -
i .dared hem recently,
"Politics arc not enough," he
loJd a meeting of Brothers of the
Society of St. Vincent cic Paul
Action on the legislative level is
1 necessary but, is not sufficient. The
law can only prevent our doing
harm to a neighbor, or punish it
j fully. Something more positive is
The Archbishop continued: “We
j should approach the questions of
j today in this spirit, particularly in
| regard to three things:
“j. The threat to remove ’re
i Colored (people of mixed race)
j from the common municipal role
| Caps Town.
"3 The refusal to allow African*
■ to worship in » particular area.
“3, The refusal to allow n-'ople of
i different groups to associate to
11l regard to the tape Tn-vn
Colored Hie Archbishop wa*
commenting on (lie announce
merit by the Administrator of
the r ipe Province. Dr Otto do
Pirsi.ri thal at the nev! session
of the t >i>r Provincial Council
a move u ill he made toward
removing the Colored people
form llir common electoral roll
i In Cape Town,
At present the Colored pen
pie have the same municipal
voting rights as the whites and
there are several Colored city
councillors. The separate roll
for the Colored people pro
posed would mean the end of
The Archbishop said: “We muri
| protest strongly against any ug
I gestion that Coloreds should bo
' removed from *he common mttnici
: pat roll. Three basic prtncipa’r
| are involved The e-jentlal dig***.
; t ,f tiy; human person: the action
j would separate, not unite: equality
of opportunity would be endanger
The Coloreds have enjoyed th»«
right for a long time and no claim
hm-- been made that they taa ,! e a
bused it.. The proposal that they j
should he removed from the roll
ts based solely on color "
"Colored people belong to our
, Western civilization They are part
i and parcel of our communal life
| As they contribute to the common
I good they have a right to share in
the* determination of the common
’ good. The implication that they
! nr*, not fit to live with, while they
j arc citizen* just as much as is the
j white roan, is lacking in justice
i and charity"
Archbishop McCann then spoke
on th" recent refusal of a permit
to allow Negroes to attend Metho
dist. .services for them iri a white
area of Johannesburg, following
complaints by residents
The law Invoked was parsed by
General Smuts United Party gov
ernmonl in tllLs, before Ihe Nat
• ionaliste came to power
The archbishop slated
•■’l b«> refusal to allow Afrt
e.ipH to worship In a particular
building- *( doc* not matter
*v|m brought lhi* latv on to
(be statute hook—l* an inva
slnn us the rights of Hie ,
Church. The state In** no right
to regulate the worship of C»od.
It can regulate public order—
to prevent disorder—but each
person has the rivht to worship
God and go to the place of his
own choosing, providing he
does not behave In a disorder
“T protest vehemently at this In
fn connection with Ihc refusal to
•iltov people of different racial
I groups to associate with one an
j other, the Archbishop mentioned
| Ihe denial of n permit to tb« new
life of church numbers," said Rev.
Or. W D. Lester, Nashville, a staff
member of the Methodist Genera!
Board of Evangelism. He will be
executive director of the crusade
Among the things to be empha
sized m the crusade will be visita
tion evangelism, preaching, and
til the approximately LfiW)
(•blip-hex in the jtirisdieiion are
expected to fake part in the
Bishop* el the Central .Inrix
| diction @re IW. F. ftovvcn, At
Santa; f rtgar A, Love, Haiti
| wore; Willis ,1 Kins. New Oi
I Seans: and Matthew tV Clair
lr,, SI. l.oilis.
The crusade promotion commit
i lee consists of the district super
i | mtendentn of the jurisdiction,
i j •Toil Gnei s t.roorj News is the
. i m: arii slogan.
Monrovia, Liberia, spent the vacs
tic® in Washington, D. C with
friends. Off to Brooklyn N Y., to
visit relatives were Misses Joan
Didier of. Jamaica, BWI and Johan-
Miss Delores Estwick of Jamaica,
n« Polanen of Surinam, S C.
BW?, visited Miss Rubble Little
john in Cincinnati, Ohio and Miss
Hie Sook Hong of Scon! Korea
vuuted a schoolmate, Miss Edith
'Dicker at Elkin
Tire following students remained
in Greensbom for the holidays;
Misses Bharaty S, Christian of
Bombay. India; Soon J.i Kim and
Bong Soon Yun, both of Taegu,
- International Club in Durban
i j He said;
i On the point of the right nf @«.
' socialion of while and non-whitee
; on social levels. There is nothing
' wrong with that- people have the
| right to associate for their mutual
i advantage, it is the state’s duty to
1 promote peace with prosperity for
j the common good. But its rights
uro limited and it must recognize
the uncontented rights of individu
''Circumstances today require
j that we react. We are prof< ssedly
| Christian W< must not give way
i to a mentality of separation. We |
j must be prepared to associate with i
! others of different color,
"We must, show- that we believe |
in the essential dignity of the bu |
j man person and that Christ dird '
these questions about tax"? ?
i Ot you pay l.i*ev in your hill?
Yes, More than 20 cents out of every dollar that you ami
most Americans pay for electric service goes for taxi- .
Does everyone pay about the same tax*?*
®JP in electric bills?
No. Under present laws, people whose electricity coroes from
federal government electric systems pay as little as 4 cents
i»rr Hollar, compared to the more than 20 you have to pay.
On mpst Americans consider this fair edgy?
ATp, Public opinion polls show that almost- all American
believe that everyone should pay his own fair share of taxes.
Hmv do YOU feel about it?
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Or. Lovejoy !s
| First Speaker
! At Greensboro
GREENSBORO "The Creed
of the Easy" was the subject, of
Dr, Gordon W Lovejoy’s udrii e.v
at the first, vesper service of tin
New Year at Bennett. College,
Sunday afternoon in Pfeiffer
Dr. Lovejoy. who pt prole.- nor of
sociology at. Guilford College and
Diagram consultsnf. for tin fir.
tlonal Conference of Christians
and Jews, deplored the fact that
so many persons seek the '‘easy
way" of doing things
"You can escape from tub
be *«ln. "hy jetting the 0P ver of
for sll of 11?. T*ic?’r £** « vjv * ex *—
tical field open to the apostolete
of charity: we must sue Christ in
•ill our ft!lowin'n rind act toward
Iheni. ns Christ would art "
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God affect your jives and by lov
ing those who hate and revile you.
! As a reward, you will find that
■ you will grow In insight, have free
' dorn from the worries and strain
of popularity and be better able
to withstand i-••ensures."
Tar Heel farm commodities must
be capable of competing in the na
tionwide distribution system.
I Recent USDA statistics show
that North Carolina has movi cl
to sixth place in the value pf croc
It Fays To
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Cut Rate Price*
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