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Unique Program Sponsored By.Nat’l Urban League
Conference Os Experts To
Discuss “Deepening Crisis
In Integroup Relations”
.NEW YORK A Conference of
expert* to avert the "Deepening
Crisis in Intergroup Relatione" will
be held her October 7-0, it wai an
nounced laat week.
The aeaaioni, sponsored by the
National Aaaociation of Intergroup
Relationa Official* (NAIRO) are
expected to attract 700 delegate*
from acroaa the nation to suggest
way* and mean* of easing inter
faith and racial tendons.
According to Alexander J.
Alton, NAIRO president "The
rapid change* In race relation*
hat absolutely exhausted the
rsoorrali of skilled, trained
Rrafsaatonal manpower needed
to bring understanding to the
event* of the day. We find our
oolroe with a problem of ns
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ttoaal proportions requiring
genius and skill to resolve, and
a handful of harraased, over
worked official* struggling to
achieve equality and justice
through peaceful and orderly
"In the demand to produce •den
tist* and engineer* to aolve technic
al problems, we have shamefully
neglected our need to educate hum
an relation* expert to solve our
human problem*,” he continued.
NAIRO ha* established a pro
gram for training intergroup re
lations interns with grant of over
SIOO,OOO from the Eleanor Rooae
volt Inundation, of which Adlal
Stevenson Is chairman.
In High Bear
NEW YORK The National Ur
ban League's non-partian "March
to the Ballot Box" registration and
voting campaign is in high gear
with field staff* and volunteers
covering* “target area*” in 15 cities
with large Negro populations and
similar door-to-door canvassing in
53 other Urban League communi
Sterling Tucker, director of lea
gue's special citizen education proj
ect headquarted in Washington, an
nounced that 16 project directors
have been appointed to supervise
the target city campaigns.
They are: Philip A. Gordon.
Detroit; Leo Adderley, Miami;
Rev. Milton L. Upton, New Or
leans; Mrs. Victoria Sims, Phila
delphia; Edward Smith, Pitts
burgh; Alvin D. Moore, New
ark; John Berry. Baltimore}
Edgar Edwards, Los Angeles;
Ronald Gantt, Chicago; Ken
neth Banka, Cleveland; Robert
Bartlett and William Teles,
New York City; and Henry O.
Pace, Atlanta. Three local Ur
ban League executive director*
are serving as project directors
In their cities: Cheater Jones,
Ban Francisco and William
Columbus; Percy H. Steele, Jr„
Donthlt, 81 Louis.
Thousands of volunteers are
signlng-up in the knock on every
door campaign which is informing
all unregistered Negroes that "First
Class Citizens Vote!"
The Urban League Is now pro
ducing posters, flyers, buttons and
other educational material for Its
workers to use In keeping people
registered and turning out the vote
on November 3.
Tucker announced that David
Apter has been associate director
and Frank Stanley. Jr., Information
director, of the March to the Ballot
At St Aug.
Approximately 300 freshmen and
new students arrived on Saint
Augustine's campus Monday, Sep
tember 14. to begin their week-long
orientation period, according to I.
E. Spragglns, Registrar.
Claeses will' begin Septeml-er 23.
The college was able to accept
•lightly over 50 per cent of its ap
plicants as the Institution does not
wish Its enrollment to exceed 800
students at this time.
Returning students are expected
to join the newcomer* on Septem
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teams atom, css-nr
Practically no comedian ever
started out with the express de
termination el becoming one.
Moat comics were originally
funny musicians, funny ventril
oquists. funny Jugglers, fmmy
actors, funny dancer*.
There is no reatly suttofac
tory definition of a word Mho
“comic.” A comic or comedian
b any professional performer
who apei Sallies in making ms
minces laugh. „ ,
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been quit* a trend toward on
rafted "nek” Aimer. A nnmAsr
of the now eomrtham o, grouped
hi Ike "nek" category, art very
gifted ond WMWMSg. T note, how
ever, list rack of thorn rassnto
being raffed a “tie*" aomedkm.
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**mm msswswr, wtomra
raffed "gallows" humor and so
ew old at man, to a pkenomenen
that so independent of |Ae ease
emto trap of oomim. *
Ahnoot all comedy is shoot
tragedy, at least op to a cer
tain point. It to o mean* by
which man it abto ho totornto
tragwig. # # .
Don’t know Jnst sAs R asm
Brat said. “The way to • toon's
heart is through Ms stomach.”
hut I don't think he knew what
he was talking about. A man
deco not foil hi lore with a
store of moot beef or a cun of
tooth. He falls in tovo with an
nptvned noae. a sense of h»
asor. or a pretty ankle. Once in
love, however, he has weakened
his rapacity for gastronomical
discrimination and wilL wader
tho influence el the blissful
state, often evidence a degree
of appreciation far Ms tody-
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/ of woo* enjoy the story of
the ngly duekling who hfoeeoma
tnto beauty at the close of the
third art. It m tll atwayo he
popular but havr you ever *«-
ticed- that, on the st.gr or
screen, the woman mat u the
role of the pfaiWum at usually
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NEW FACULTY, STAFF GREETED BY SHAW’S PRESIDENT Front raw, left to right: Leung
Wang Lao, associate prafeooor of phystoa; James Arthar Creech, instructor, instructor in business; Mrs.
Annie Loutoc Hooker, atonegragfcer, presidents office; I-Nan (Elaine) lin Cha. eircuUtion librarian and
instructor; Mias Mary Annette Lewis, secretary to the boatnem manager; Mrs. Ura High Jones, aaaoelate
professor of education; Dr. Ring Virgil Cheek, Jr., smtotant professor of economlca and boatness; Jeans
Daniel Farias, professor of history and social sciences; Mrs. Faria*. Dr. James E. Cheek, president of
Shaw University. Second row: Stefan Olof Sylvander, instructor in music; Dr. Alfred »«iiai.«iMn pro _
feasor of sociology; Dr. Frodcrlek West, professor of Humanities; the Reverend James Z. Alexander,
University minister; Mias Ray Khmri Moves, Instructor In Eng Hah; Mrs. Minnie G. Rl<iHf r fc
dean of student*; Hogsr A. Nlcojao, aaatotant professor of Romance Languegeo; Mrs. Nancy Brown
Moore Thompson, Instructor In French; Norman C. Camp 111, instructor in chemistry; Cleon Fraklyn
Thompson, Jr., assistant pwfamar of biology.
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