North Carolina Newspapers

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THE CAIOUMIAM
KALEIGH, N. C., BATTTHDAT, JULY U. ISS4
Negroes See Barry Goldwater As “The Bad Guy”
Prepare To Cross Party
Lines And Support LBJ
CHICAGO < AN) —Senator Barry
A Goldwater, the GOP standard
haem in the ISM Presidential s
lection, la the “Bad Guy” in the
ty« of Negro leaders and voters.
Top Negro politic tans and
laymen—of bath major parties
—are looking to Lyndon B.
Johnson, the e lover “here#
trader” from Tessa, to ml
Goldwater down to alas.
Negroes from all over the coun
by are Indicating fear and disgust
at the probability of Goldwater
occupying the White House come
November.
Meat of the apposition to the
Arisons He ns tor Is based on
kte vote sgslnat the Civil Rights
Act es IM4 end hie refusal
to support s strong elvll rights
plank in the Republican party
platform.
J>r. T. D. Moore, a Chicago den
tilt and long-time active Republi
can. said, prior to the convention,
Uiet Goldwater was a threat to
th* very existence of the Republi
e«B party.
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gaga mortician and President of
The Civic Liberty League of Illi
nois. said the election of Goldwater
would be a tradedy, not only for.
the Negro, but for America as a
whole.
He termed Geldwater “Irrs-
Mgr. Os Newark s NCM:
F. A. Ramseur Named To
Life Under writer’s Bd.
DURHAM r. A. Ramie ur,
Manager of the Newark District of
North Carolina Mutual Life Insur
ance Company, of Durham, has
been elected a director of the New
ark, New Jersey Life Underwriter's
Association, an affiliate of the Na
tional Association of Life Under
writers fNALU). This is the first
sponsible.”
The comments of Dr. Moore and
Leak typified reaction pouring in
fiom all over the country.
Many Negro Republicans indicat
ed they will support President
Johnson for reelection.
time an employee of the Company j
has been elected to the Board of |
Directors of ■ local underwriter's
association.
The association has an enroll
ment of 803 member companies
sire In the UnMed States. Mr. Ram
seur was also a recipient of NAL
U’s 100 per cent Membership A
ward, the third of five awards to
qualify for a permanent plaque. Ha
received the first of such awards in
that rank within tha first ten in .
1062, when the Newark District be
came the first District to attain
100 per cent membership in the as
sociation.
Ramaeor began hie employ
ment with tha Company In 1030,
as a Debit Manager an tha Win
ston-Salem District. Since that
lima, ha has served the Com
pany In the fallowing eapncl
tles: Staff Manager an tha
Greensboro, Atlanta and New
ark Districts; Manager of the
Mscort Dt«trtrt end In Htl he
was appointed Manager of the
N>uark District.
It was under Mr. Ramseur's lead
ership that Mrs. Carmen Saunders
set s record as the Company’s first
Million Dollar Producer.
White Editor
One Os 1 st
Victims Os CR
MULBSHOE, Texas <ANP>
Richard T. Goodrow, 33-year-old
editor of tha weakly Muleshow
Journal, believes he is one of the
first victims of anti-integration sen
timent —all because he favored the
civil right* hill.
Goodrow disclosed her* last week
that he la quitting the newspaper
business because he could not stand
being "hounded” by the white com
munity.
The qalttlng editor said his
Hfe had been threatened, and
his wife and children have been
eatraetaed. Ha told es having
written pr#-clvll rights articles
"I decided people were only
getting one side es th* story.’’
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ON THE RECORD Bennett College students in Englich composition and speech course,
make tape recordings ci exercises to be used by incoming freshman classes. Lett to right, Misses
Carolyn Hawkins, ci Columbus, Ohio; Jamelh Rackley. of Orangeburg, S. C.; Elaine Upton, of
Sweetwater Venn., and Hariatte Eley, ol Portsmouth, Va.
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VISITS AT HOME James Reaves, left, administrative assistant to the dean of students
at the University of Minnesota, paid a visit last weak to AtsT Collate A former Greensboro native
and 1943 graduate of AbT Collate, ha talks with former classmate*. Wiltiam H Gamble, center,
tbradar at adaaeaiam. and Or. James Pander great, professor at chemistry, both of the AHT tec
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LONE APPLAUSE San Francisco: Negro delegate from
Kansas James E. Woodson, applauds New York Governor Nelson
Rockefeller's speech in support of amendments to the GOP plat
form while other members of the delegation pointedly retrain.
(UPI PHOTO).
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR— The Flying Men of PaptnUe.
who perform an amazing ancient A*t*c ritual at tha Fair s Pavilion
of Mexico, are proving a sensation.
Tha five Toconarss Indians from Mexico, attired in traditional
bird costume, mount a llt-foot
pole. Then, secured only by
waist ropes, thay spin around
tha pola, fact down, arms out
stretched in imitation of swoop
ing birds.
While th# young men spin
dtiilly In descent, their thief
dance* on a tiny 2<Mnch plst
form atop tha pole while playing
s flute and a drum.
Th* ancient Aatee ceremony,
sn Invocation to tba Rain Cod,
permits only tribal chlefa or
male relatives to stand close tn
heaven and commune with thn
gods.
The Indian ritnal survived the
Spanish conqueat of Mexico and
the Introduction of Christianity
by assuming the aspect of a
game of skill and courage. It
retains pagan trappings.
Liberian
Ambassador
NIA Orator
PHILADELPHIA, Pa.—Liberian
ambassador to the U. S„ Hon. S.
Edward Peal, is speaking at tha
second general session of the Na
tional Insurance Association Con
vention at the Sheraton Hotel in
Philadelphia, Wednesday, July 22.
The ambassador's name was an
nounced, along with three national
figures who will address other ses
sions of the Convention, by Wil
liam A. Clement, CLU, president.
The others are Henry Person, senior
vice president of Lincoln National
Life Insurance Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind.:
Andrew Webster, vice president for
selection, Mutual of New York In
surance Co., and Theodore Koop.
vice president of the Columbia
Broadcasting System.
Earlier. Clement announced that
Luther H. Hodges, secretary of
commerce, and Earl B. Dickerson,
president of Supreme Life Insur
ance Co. of America, will address
the 400 delegates
Ast T. Spaulding, president of
North Caroline Mutnal Life In
surance Co.. Durham, largest
Negro-owned business In tha
country, will introduce Hodges.
Spaulding recently became the
first Negro director of a nation
ally operated white-owned cor
poration. W. T. Grant stores
Ambassador Peal will discuss
problems and responsibilities con
fronting world populations as a re
sult of sweeping social and eco
nomic clyange in recent years.
Koop. a Washington based radio-
TV executive, will discuss the revo>
lution in communications Webster
and Persona will talk on problems
peculiar to life insurance. Persons,
whose company is one of the major
reinsurers in the country, will talk
to the sales management executives
at the Convention.
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The Veteran’s Corner
Her* are authoritative answers
by the Veterans Administration to
questions from former servicemen
and their families:
Q —l was recently hospitalis
ed in a VA Hospital fer 30
days fer treatment es a serv
ice-connected disability. After
it days, was released fer sev
en days leave, then returned
for five more days. Am 1 en
titled to temporary IN per
cent rating for my service
connected disability during the
period es hoapitalteattenf
A—No. To meet requirements
for temporary 100 percent rating,
you must have received continu
ous treatment for a period of 21
days. Leave or passes of more
than four days within the first
21 days will be considered as In
terrupting the continuity of treat
ment.
Q —For the purpose es quali
fying for 31.6 N toward tho
purchase of an automobile or
ether authorised conveyance,
dees the term “World War IT*
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