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Johnson Makes Poverty “Equalizer” In Union Message
Jabberwock To Be Held Feb. 22:
Saturday Was A Red-Letter Day
For Participants In Delta Show
Satu&ay, January 11. 1064.
wared to be a red-letter dev for
JaWXTWOCfc p- the
machinery began to more Into
high gear for the production of
the 1064 Jabberwock. aoooaored
by the Raleigh Alumnae Chapter
Os Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.
Forty young ladlee, contestant*
In the Jabberwock. took the stand
ardlaed teat administered at Shaw
University under the supervision
of Soror Alice Solomon. This
teat must be taken by all girls
who wish to oompete for the
tltlea of Mis* Academic, Miss
Scholastic and Miss Intellectual.
These titles will be awcided at
the Jabberwock on February 22,
1964. The number of girls tak
lng the teat tills year represents
a growth of one hundred per cent
over last year's participation.
Saturday evening proved to be
Just, as exciting or even more so
than the testing session. Fifty
glrla weer present to participate
In or to witness the Jabberwock
Talent Contest held In Oreen
leaf Auditorium at Bhaw Univer
sity. Sixteen young ladlee pre
sented a varied program, which
included musical selections, mod-
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The winners of the talent i
cm dance numbers, and dramatic
contest were: Misses Gwendo
lyn Cutchine of Franklinton.
who played a piano selection.
Prelude Draraatlequeby Ketel-
’ Wfr j4awl Americon Optometric Auoci-
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bey Fare Eaton of Raleigh,
wile win we 4 n —I- - • r*
Mlo Be:, bj GJoriLn!. Fn.tnr
Freeman of Raleigh, who per
formed a Chinese dance, Hong
Kong; Cathel Scott of Apes,
who presented a dramatic
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IN JABBERWOCK Shown
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young ladies, taking tests for
the 1964 Jabberwock, to be
sponsored by the Raleigh A*
lumni chapter of the Delta Sig
ma Theta Sorority. Picture at
bottom shows the talent final
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DEAD MAN FREES KILLER
NORFOLK. Va. (ANPt- An un
usual twist of fate resulted In a
munlpical court judge freeing a
woman charged with the murder
of a 34-year-old Korean war vet
eran here recently. The deceased,
Richard C. Wyatt, waa fatally
stabbed with a butcher knife by
Mrs. Belle Gordon 24. after he
forcibly entered her home In vlo
latlos of a court order enjoining
him from molesting the woman.
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when each participant In the Jab
berwock Introduced herself and
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President’s Initial Address
Said ‘Moral Masterpiece’
ty and racial discrimination—twin
evils which have harassed the Ne
grom since he first set toot on
American soli—were verbally at
tacked by the President of the
United States In a manner so con
vincing, last week, that Negroes
could feel that "help” waj finally
on its way. /
It was Lyndon Baines John
son’s first State of the Union
message and it was a master
piece both politically and
In a gigantic 41 minutes, the
President knocked the props out
from under the Capitol Hill GOP
'which spends most of its time
clamoring for reduced spending)
by promising to spend less in '64
than was spent In ’63:
And he gave to the nation’s poor,
sick, Aged, illiterates, dropouts,
unemployed, 111-housed and no
housel, 111-skiled and unskilled,
and finally the brutaly segregated
jim-crowed Negro the hope of a
panasea that could literally
change the face of America.
The President practically “prom
ised the moon.” but there was
one. basic underlying reason
mentioned briefly in his address
—which suggested that il he did
not get all of his “moon” out of
this woeful and pitiful 86th Con
gress, he was certainly assured
of part of It.
That reason was and Is that
white America is beginning to
face squarely the fa*t that
there are as many or more
white Americans as Negroes
who are poor, poverty-strick
en, sick, homeless. Illiterate,
jobless and out of the main
stream of American life
The message Indicated Negroes
yould be indirect beenflclaries of
poverty-eliminating programs, ra
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The only differentiation be
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and Negroes Is that whites are
not black and not brutally segre
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because of race.
These whites who were formerly
content with damning unions, be
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"closed society” and making little
or nothing as lona •« t.h»* w-am-
I was "kept In lii* plac^. - ' have
joined the 20th Century and are
now & powerful voice.
And the simple reason Is they
are. now. hungry, too.
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flictions which plague Ameri
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the ancient and perennial
wallings of the Negro—and to
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which no sane Presiden* would
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Last week. Lyndon Barnet John
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Championing the legacy of the
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“Let this session of Congress be
known as the session which did
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