THE SOUTHERN COU VOL. II, NO. 15 Weekend Edition: April 9-10, 1966 TEN CENTS

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1 THE SOUTHERN COU VOL. II, NO. 15 Weekend Edition: April 9-10, 1966 TEN CENTS IT WASN'T EASY MARCHING PAST "INTERESTED BYSTANDERS" IN PRATTVILLE Prttville: A Very Tense Week BY TERRY COWLES For Students nd the Police PRA TTVILLE-- ten-dy "cooling ott period" greed on by locl Negroes nd civic nd business leders here ended Mrch 28. Since then there hs been renewl of picketing downtown stores, 32 rrests, nd n lleged cse of pol1ce brutllty. And lst Mondy the chief of po llce ws hospitlized for "complete nervous nd physicl exhustion." Locl high school students hve crried on civil rights ctivities in this smll Autug County town. Schooling cme to complete stndstill lst Tuesdy when less thn 30 students showed up t ll-negro North Highlnd High School. dy before, bout 40 students blocked the entrnces to the school nd sked youngsters rriving for clss to join them. principl of the school, C. P. Everett, went to one of the entrnces nd told the students outside tht school ws open if ny of them wnted to ttend. No one wlked Into the school. All the students left the school grounds nd strted for the downtown re. Police rrived on the scene before the youths hd gone two blocks. Pollce Chief C. O. Burton, who col- LOWNDES COUNTY PARTY ELECTED AS OFFICERS (LEFT TO RIGHT) FRANK MYLES JR., CHAPLAIN; MRS. RUTHIE MAE JONES, FINANCIAL SECRETARY; MRS. ALICE MOORE, RECORDING SECRETARY; JOHN HULETT, PRESIDENT; R.S, STRIC KLAND, VICE PRESIDENT; AND SIDNEY LOGAN JR., TREASURER, Blck Pnther Group Plns Cmpign Lowndes Prty Elects Officers BY LARRY F REUDIGER HAYNEVILLE -- Sixty Lowndes County residents met Sturdy to mke forml move tht hs been expected for severl months. y formed the Lowndes County Freedom orgniztion, which wlll run cndidtes for county offices In third prty, pnther. under the symbol of the blck y met to elect omcers, declre cndidtes, nd discuss their plns for My 3 nd the following generl election.. Mos t of those t the meeting t Mt. Morih Church In Beechwood were from the Lowndes County Christin Movement for Humn Rights, nd they elected s their president John Hulett, former chirmn of the LCCMHR. Hulett opened the meeting by explin Ing the resons behind the formtion of third prty. "We hve to form our own power structure," he sid, "U we sty within the Democrtic prty the sme people will still be In control." He told bout how the Lowndes County Democrtic orgniztion hd Incresed the!lung fees by 900% to keep poor Ne 'groes from entering the primry. He sid tht rich Negroes hve lwys been in the Democrtic prty, nd re there only for power. 'y get Into posl tions of power then just wlk ll over their blck brothers nd Sisters," Hulett sid. Some people hve criticized the blck pnther symbol, he sid, becuse it Impl1es there's no plce for whites. "But things hve been white for too long now. Why cn't they be ll blck wh1le?" He sid tht blck people must lern to use politicl power. "We boycotted the schools most of lst yer nd got nothing. If we hd the power to put some white kids into those schools, then we'd get the money." And speking t Influence with the federl government, the new president sid, " federl government's been plying round with us on this poverty progrm. If we hd the power we could get the progrm. "Once you get power, you don't hve to beg." modertor of the meeting ws R. S. Stricklnd, who ws lter chosen s the orgniztion's vice president by unnimous vote. Stricklnd told the gthering tht the Negro people of Lowndes county hd voted for representtives in the collnty Democrtic orgniztion, but hd their votes stolen nd were declined voice. He then explined the legl procedures tht the new orgntztion must follow to get their cndidtes on the bllot. On My 3, the dy t the Democrtic primry, 50 or more members of the Freedom Orgniztion must hold con- (CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE, Col. 1) lpsed in city hll lter in the dy, pulled his pistol from its holster nd tired. Chief Burton "shot Into the ground, over to the Side," sid Assistnt Police Chief O. B, Thompson. trying to get their ttention." "He ws just Words were exchnged by students nd officers. n police went Into the group nd mde two rrests. Students sid tht one or those rrested, Willie D, Leon, ws brutlly beten nd tht his shoes nd socks were removed s he ws crried to the squd cr. Police sid tht Leon ws lter chrged with "disorderly conduct nd resisting rrest." "He ws klcklng t them," Assistnt Chtef Thompson sid. He sid force ws needed to mke the rrest. Leon hd erlier been relesed from jil on $3,500 bond on previous chrges of "ssult with intent to murder." chrges cme fter n lleged beting of two white youths by Leon, SCLC worker Robert Sims Jr., nd two other Negro youths. in Leon ws being held in Kilby Prison Montgomery until $1,000 bond ws posted tor the new chrges. Mrs. Sllie Me Hdnott, NAACP leder In prttv1lle, sid Wednesdy tht ohiclis hve refused to let doctor go to exmine Leon. other boy rrested, Frnk Dvis, ws relesed into the custody of his mother. Thompson sid, "He ws curs Ing t us." Chief Burton hd mde 26 rrests the dy before, Sundy, cross the street from the Negro First Bptist Church. Studen ts hd sked for use ofthe church for meetings nd were refused. Sundy they picketed the church from the grounds of the NAACP office cross the street. Two church officils met with police nd complined tht the picketers were loud nd were disturbing services. Burton rrived t the scene nd plced ll picketers under rrest t gunpoint. y were tken to the city jil w'.ere crowd of whites gthered fter church services. Becuse they were under 16, five of the 26 rrested were relesed into the custody 01 their prents. other 21 were trnsported to Kilby Prison. One of the 21, l4-yer-old Evelyn liowrd, ws trnsported to Kilby by mistke. ASSistnt Chief Thompson sid Wednesdy tht those rrested hd been moved to Kilby becuse of lck of fcillties In PrttvlIle. "We only hve two litue cells here," he sid. "y (the picketers) re still in the custody of the Prttville pollce, nd we hve mn nd womn with them t U times." Tuesdy 275 students t Autug County Trining School dropped their clsses to demonstrte round the school grounds while eight stte troopers nd two deputy sheriffs looked on. "We herd wht hppened In PrtlvUle," one of the students sld. Picketers hve continued to mrch in front of businesses on Second st. in Prttv1JJe, the min street in town. Tuesdy two white youths, Jerry Wlker nd WilHm MCKinnis, were rrested by pollee for llegedly throwing bottles t picketers leving the downtown re. y hve been relesed on $200 bond ech. Circuit t the request Court Judge Glen Curlee, of the school bord, issued n order Tuesdy forbidding four civil rights groups In Autug County from: urging students to leve school or prevent their going into school; encourginlr students to demonstrte during school hours; or Interferlng with the opertion of schools. Politicins, Leders Fight Over' Negro Vote' BY STEPHEN E. COTTON BIR MINGHA M-- len, nervous looking mn plyed with his cmpign crd s he glnced out the window. Never before h he seen the view from the Msonic Temple Building, Negro office building in downtown Birminghm. He hd just finished speking with Orzell Billingsley Jr., chirmn of the Albm Democrtic Conference, Inc. It hdn't gone too well. No, he hd told Billingsley, he hdn't spoken to ny other Negro bout his cmpign. No, he hdn't rrnged to spek to ny Negro group. he ws friend of the Negro people. "Like I told Billingsley," the cndidte sid fterwrds, But. he quickly dded, "I commnded the Army's first integrted trining compny. I know it ws integrted. I think they sid it ws the first one." "You know," he went on, "I suggested hving nigger policemen here five, six, seven yers before I ever herd of Mrtin Luther King. I sked Bu)) Connor bout it." He pused. "We relly hve to get off the emotionlism on tht sort of thing," he sid. "I'm tlking bout everybody. King tlks in terms of lbels like 'police brutlity.' To the verge person, tht mens nothing.",. And plese don't print tht," he dded. "It would kill me." He hdn't tlked like tht to Billingsley. But cndidte whoddressed 200 Negro steel workers in Firfield Sundy wsn't quite s lucky. He let the word "nigger" slip out. "If you cn't pronounce the word 'Negro,' " one of the workers snpped t him, II sy colored.",ople' or don't sy nything." With Negro voter registrtion sor Ing, more white cndidtes re tlklng with Negroes thn ever before. II A few of them used to cll up just before the election," Billingsley reclled this week. "y'd be frid to come down here." "y're not frid ny more," he smlled. "If 1 wnt to get ny work done, the best thing to do is to leve the office." BlIIingsley is not the only mn being sought out by white cndidtes. Just bou t ny Negro who's nybody here hs hd his shre of phone clls nd visits. But until this yer, Billingsley's ADCI ws the only Negro politicl ction orgniztion with chpters throughout the stte. Now there's nother one, nd the struggle tor power Is fierce. new group, the Confedertion of Albm's Politicl Orgniztions, Is the brin child t SCLC's Hose Willims. "When I strted orgnizing this confedertion, one mn told me tht I shouldn't strt messing round here becuse Albm ws lredy orgnized," Willims told "One or the first meetings of this group. "I sked him how it could lredy be orgnized when Albm hd never hd the vote before this time." Willims nnounced publicly tht the confedertion ws cooperting with the other Negro politicl groups In the (CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE, Col. 4) HOSEA WILLIAMS (AT RIGHT) KEEPS AN EYE ON ORZELL BILLINGSLEY JR., AND, LATELY,BILLINGSLEYHASBEENKEEPINGANEYE ON WILLIAMS. Selm's Poor Object To Poverty Set-up SELMA--Poor Negroes here hve complined to President Johnson tht they re belng left out of the Dlls County nti-poverty progrm. y sent telegrm to the President nd long list of other importnt people --like Srgent Shriver, Mrtin Luther King Jr., Adm Clyton Powell, John Dor, nd Roy Wilkins. y followed tht with written sttement protesting "the Insulting behvlor nd lnguge of the Office of E co nomic Opportunity rl!presenttlves, thir high pressure tctics, lntimlwtlon, threts, nd willful missttement of fcts,... the underhnded mnner In which they hve delt with this community." telegrm nd sttement were drfted by SHAPE, the Selm Negro nti-poverty orgniztion, nd signed Cfe Integrtion Try Stirs ThoDlsville Four Youths Arrested BY GAIL FALK THOMASVILLE--Until three weeks go people In Thomsville, In northern Clrke County, didn't tke much interest In civll rights ctivity. n on TUesdy evening, Mrch 22, seven young Negroes decided to et t ll-white Grce's Resturnt, None of the white resturnts in town hd served Negroes until then. seven gotservlce, te their mel, nd lett the resturnt without ny trouble. Shortly fterwrds four of the young people--osle Pritchett, Clude Dickison, Clrence Allen, nd Edison Jckson -- were rrested. y were chrged with "cussing in the streets," ccording to city ttorney Johnson McCll. McCll sid the rrests hd nothing to do with public ccommodtions test Ing. Whether they did or not, mny Negroes in town tnoughl the young men hd been rrested becuse they te t Grce's, nd they go! ngry -- ngry enough to wnt to do something. SCLC field secretry Miss Ethel Brooks cme to town, nd n orgnized progrm of public ccommodtions testing got underwy. Groups of Negroes went to et t People's Drug Store, John cssity's resturnt, Albm Grill, nd pn Am Cfe--ll white resturnts in Thoms Ville. Miss Brooks spent the night t the Jefferson Dvis Motor Court. testers reported courteoos service t every plce. Sundy, Mrch 27, severl students sid they wnted to wtch "Thunderbll" t the Thomllsvllle tre from the fronl sets. Negroes hd lwys st in bck of the theter belore. students were escorted to sets up front nd settled down for n fternoon of Jmes Bond nd SPECTRE nd beutiful women. Menwhile, outside the theter, crowd t white people ws gthering, Teengers were there with bts nd chins. Mlults were shouting tunts like "Let's put these nlggers bck in their plce" <wer loudspeker. (CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE, Col. 1) ALPHONSO ARNOLD Beten in Thomsville by its chirmn, the Rev. Ernest M. Brdford. SHAPE sid the OEO people from Atlnt cme Into the communttyubjk Ing the white power structure who re the 'good niggers' In the community." It sid elected poverty representtives of the Negro community were ignored. the Mr. Brdford sid he ws ignored by federl OEO stff even though be hs been elected t lest three Urnes, he sid, to hed the effort of the Negro community to shpe poverty progrm. SHAPE sid OEO filed to recopize tht the Negro community in Dlls County is the mjority one nd tht the poor re "substntil mjority In Dlls County." decision to send the telegrm nd forml protest ws mde fter efforts by the federl Community ReltioosServ Ice filed to bring bout ny understnd. Ing between SHAPE nd Its rivl orgnlz;ltion, Dlls County nd City of Selm Economic opportunlty, incorported. SHAPE sid the Atlnt OEO stff "worked very closely" with the other Dlls County group. other group Is not "true repre. senttion of the community nd not brought together or cting In goodtttb or In the best interest (j the totl community," Mr. Brdford complined. incident tht brought bout SHAPE's ction ws closed meetlni clled by the white poverty group. oiy hndful o.t SHAPE members were invited, Mr. Brdford chrged, nd some members received notices of the meeting In their mllboxes the dy fter the meeting ws held. Rev. Ree.e llered Of Chrges in Selm SELMA -- Rev. Frederick D. Reese hs been freed of chrges of misusing funds contributed to the Dlls County voters Lecue, 20.yer-old Negro orgniztion tht he heds. Mr. Reese ws rrested 011 the chrges July 7 on wrrnt signed by selm Police Chief Wilson Bker. wrrnt chrged the selm m1n1ster with embezzling $1,850 from the DCVL. Circuit Judge L. S. Moore dropped the chrps lst week t the request t1 District Attorney Blnchrd MCLeod. embezzlement chr,e hd become n issue In the primry el,cum fight between Dlls County Sherlft Jim Clrk nd his oppocent, Bker. Some Negro voters wnted DCVL to put up Its own cdd1dte plniit Clrk nd Bker. criucs sid tht DCVL did not run cndidte becu8e it wu forced to support Bter, who beld lleged evidence f1 the embeszlement chrges ginst Mr. Reese.

2 PAOB TWO THE SOUTHERN COURIER APRIL 9-10, 196 THE SOUTHERN COURIER ROOM 811, FRANK LBU BUILDING MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA PHONE: (205) Till': 9.ll'TIII::HN C'OlJlUF.lIillpu\llillht'dwet'kly by Dm-pl"olll, DOlI-shre edu (u!llll\ ('UI'POI"III1I1I1, rui' th"litud,\' IlDddtllem1 11Uoo d ccurte 1nformtion bout t'1"t'lltli lllt frutr in llif n.ld rt hunum rf'ltlons. I'l"k,,: II)!' P"1"l'OP', 'Ii -r Yfll" 11\ IhP South, $10 per yer elsewhere the U, S,' ptron liubllt'rlpllllll,211 p"r y(>ur, u_t tory the costs f1 printing nd publlcliun. St'<'OQd-rl:uul postnl" pid t MOI1tgomery, Al. V_.l._n_, _ Editor: Robert E, Smith EneuUve Editor: M&ry Ellen Gle Pbotogrpby Editor: Jmes H, peppler LIY-out Editor: Amy R. l'eppler Bu1D8 Mucer: Jmes M, 81ms N O. 15 ;.;;p;.; A r il.;. Editoril Opinion 'Segregted Justice' 9- _ ;.;O.:. 1,,; 19 _ 66 In Prttville four Negro boys were rrested three weeks go fter the erly morning beting of two white boys. Negroes were chrged with ssult with intent to murder nd spent two weeks in jil before nyone could post the $3,500 bond required for ech one. In Birminghm lst Fridy white mn ppered in criminl court for hering. He ws chrged on five counts with ssult with intent to murder--the sme chrge s the one in Prttville. Birminghm mn is chrged in the shooting of four Negro pickets nd shopper t Liberty Super Mrket Feb. 22. His bond ws set t $300. ccused mn posted bond nd ws relesed. In Betrice three white men--including the myor- hve beed. ccused of beting Negro mn. It took threts of street demonstrtions to get the Monroe County probte judge to sign wrrnt for the rrest of the three men. After the wrrnt ws signed, bond ws set t $200 ech, nd ll three men were relesed. This is wht "segregted justice" is ll bout. mbitious SC LC series of demonstrtions ginst "segregted justice" lst fll hs ll been forgotten in the excitement of election time. But the bond sy stem is still unfir, rrests re still not mde on n equl bsis, severl counties still hve not hd Negro on jury, nd jils nd prisons re min rigidly segregted. "Segregted justice" is still with us. Y'A11 Corrw - federl officil flies in from Wshington, speks to group of students, nswers few questions, nd deprts. students re left to look t ech other nd sy, "Well 1" Albm's school superintendents ttend meeting with hndful of energetic nd devoted young men from the U. S. Office of Eduction. young men explin the new guidelines for school desegregtion, demnd complince, then pck up their bgs nd hed for the next stte. eductors re left to look t ech other nd sy, "No Ynkee bureucrts re going to tell us how to run our schools. Wht do they know of our problems?" A n lert Justice Deprtment lwyer rgues his cse in federl court in Montgomery, gthers his ppers into his briefcse, nd--stisfied tht he hs once gin defeted the forces of evil--flies off to Atlnt nd bck to Wshington. -A hndful of federl officils fly into Mobile to ddress regionl convention of the NAACP, At the meeting they explin wht the federl government is trying to do, then they ')it through blst of questions, complints nd fired-up speeches from people who know better. federl lws, the people sy, just ren't being enforced nd complints re either not nswered or not cted upon. This "government by jet irplne" just doesn't work. federl government cnnot hope to enforce the Constitution from Wshington. And federl officils cnnot hope to know how federl lws re working only on the bsis of weekend visits to the South nd pile of ngry letters. closest office of the U, S. Commission on Civil Rights is in Memphis, Tenn. No Justice Deprtment policy mker lives in the South. men in chrge of hospitl desegregtion complince nd school desegregtion complince do not live in the South. federl government needs officers of importnce nd uthority in Albm to hndle complints. At the very lest there should be full-time representtive of the U, S. Commission on Civil Rights in Montgomery. Beyond tht, the specil ssistnt to the U. S, Attorney Generl for voting rights should hve his office in the South, becuse the lw pplies only to Southern sttes. ssistnt to the Secretry of Agriculture for civil rights complince should hve n office in the South. ssistnt to the Commissioner of Eduction in chrge of school desegregtion should hve his office in the South, becuse the present guidelines ffect only the South. top mn in the civil rights division of the Justice Deprtment should hve h is office in the South. se government deprtments would then hve in top positions people who live in the South nd wnt to help the South. At present, prt of the Southern popultion Ulinks Ulese people re bureucrts who hve lost touch with the people nd their problems; nd the other prt of the popultion thinks they re bureucrts meddling in locl ffirs. people who stff these Southern offices would hve the uthority to use the full powers of the federl government, s mny of the lesser federl officils here now do not live. And they would be ble to investigte-federl lw violtions immeditely without n endless exchnge of letters nd telephone clls. Sermon of tbe Week Selm Precher Notes Nture And Mn SELMA-- Rev, T.R, Hrris spoke in St. Pul's C.M,E, Church t PlmSundy nd the flowers tht hve come to Sy mbollze it. "In spring," he sid, "even nture recognizes this dy," Be sid tht nture cn men much to men, nd tht God "did not crete his flowers to blush ullseen." Flowers cn bring beuty nd hppi ness, but the precher wrned ginst thelr use for deceit. "We hve tken flowers nd told more lies thn we hve fingers nd toes," "When Jesus rode intojeruselem the people strewed flo'ners in his pth, but three him,'" dys lter they sid 'Crucify He went on to sy tht the fmily of flowers is s numerous s the fmily of mn, nd tht the sme qul1t1es cn be found in \loth. Consider the m.)rlling glory, he sid, which blooms only when the ir is fresh nd new, but folds up when the bright sun hits It, In this wy mny men will support you In the beginning, but like Peter when they cme for Jesus, they will told ;lp nd sy, "I know him not." And then there Is the touch-me-not, which, "every time you touch It will fold up nd look withered," re re people like tht, Mr. Hrris sid, who wnt to get the glory nd be the lede rs, but will pull bck or give up when criticized, se people re "very unhppy mong equls." A third type is the four-o'clock." This flower never blooms wltll four O'clock In the fternoon." And these re the people who never prticipte in the struggle, but will lwys be there to tke credit... And if the wrong thlng hppens they will come in Ume to sy 'I knew It,' " Mr, Hrris flowers, weknesses, then sid tht not ll nor ll peopl, hve these "Thnks be togod tht there is nother clled the sunflower, which stnds stright nd tll, nd lwys points towrd the sun," Even when the sky is covered with clouds the sunflower points towrd the source of its nourishment, nd it In turn gives nourishment both to the birds nd the other flowers round It, "Let us em ulte the sunflower, lwys looking to Jesus Christ the Son pf God who died for our sins," Mr, Hrris sid in hls sermon. THE SOUTHERN COURIER welcomes letters from nyone on ny subject. Letters mustbesigned,but your nme will be withheld upon requet. To the Editor: Flowers Drws 3,000 in Selm SELMA--Lst weekend Richmond Flowers took his cmpign for governor to Brown's Chpel A,M,E. Church, where he spoke to bout 3,000 persons t n outside rlly. As he hd done in erlier speeches before lrgely Negro groups, the Attorney Generl tlked bout the nti-poverty progrm, He sid tht the Rev, T. Y, Rogers of Tuscloos took him on tour of slums there Mrch 16. Since tht time, Flowers hs been tlking bout his impressions of the Visit, "Right there I mde up my mind there's something wrong with the poverty progrm," he sid 1D the bright fternoon sun, "I'm going to see tht the poverty money gets to you," Flowers, running in the M.l Democrtic primry, sid he lso visited Bryce Stte Hospitl for the mentlly Ill, lso in TUscloos. "I'm golg to put the mentl heith progrm on the sme level with ll the others," he sid In promising he would provide better fcilities for mentl helth if elected, Flowers spoke to Kiwnis Club grollpin Montgomery Wednesdy on much the sme themes, n he sid, "I suggest the hert of the 'rights' Issue Is new bill of rights for the people of Albm--the right to reson, the right to lw, the right to job, the right to grow, the right to know, the righl to helth nd welfre, the right to live under resons nd lws." Wht Cused B'hm Myor To Seek Out Negro Policemen BY STEPHE E. COTTON BIRMINGHAM--"When Albert Boutwell ws elected myor," n old hnd t city hll observed this week, "85per cent of the police here wouldn't even look t him when he sid hello," It's esy to see why. Birminghm's finest were well-heeled In the wys of long-time PoUce Commissioner Eugene "Bull" Connor, Three yers go this month Boutwell defeted Connor in, bitter run-off election for myor. Boutwell ws known s rcil moderte, Birminghm ws the lrgest city In the ntion without single Negro on its police force. Under the new dministrtion, chnge ws bound to come, Lst week, it did, On Wednesdy, LeRoy Stover reported for work s the first Negro policemn In the city's history, Two dys lter, Johnnie Johnson checked in s the second. Boutwell ssured whites on the force tht he would tret the new men exctly like ny other new recruits, then ordered them to do the sme, Things went so smoothly tht b}, mtdweek, city officils were lredy pointing out tht lw enforcement in the city would be vstly improved if gret mny more Negroes were hired. It looked like the beginning of the end Letters to the Editor I hve just red the Mrch 26-27, 1966, edition of Southern Courier nd ws quite surprised when I red the rticle which purports to describe my remrks during recent visit to Tuskegee institute. Your reporter misquoted me nd used out of context some of the nswers to speclf1c questions which were rised during n Informl session following my lecture. Your rticle would led one to beljeve tht I m opposed to the bsic policy of the Deprtment of Justice In the implementtion of the voting rights lw nd tht I mde n ppel tor the Deprtment to lter Its policy, This is not my view nd nothlnr sid ehher In my prepred ddress or In my nswers to specific questlons should hve cused nyone to think otherwise, It would serve no useful purpose to com ment on ech sentence of your rtlcl, but I think 1 should stte my views on the Justice Deprtment's pol1cy nd I request tht you print this letter. -l>resent pltcy of the Deprtment of JusUce In the Implementtion of the vounr Rights Act hs provided for the ssignment plces of federl exminers in other thn the courthouse In number of Instnces nd the exminers work both weekdys nd Sturdys, Exminers hve lso been sent to counties where there 1s no longer ny discrimintion or Intimidtion ginst Negor pplicnts, but where the hours of rerlstrtton or other fctors hve served s brrier to convenient registrtion. 1 subscribe to the bsic policy which the Deprtment of Justice follows In implementing thls progrm. I would be nive if I sjd tht I rreed with everything tht ws done t ll times; however, I would consider It brech of ethics to be criticl In public of n gency which I work with. I hve found Attorney Generl Ktzenbch to be very coopertive In considering ny recommendtions which I mke to him regrding the voting rights progrm, Wiley A. Brnton Specil Assistnt to the A ttorney Generl Wshington, D,C, To the Editor: * * I m very hppy to know tht most of the people re beginning to relize the fct bout the prechers, nd I do hope tht lot more of the church members w1ll wke up nd open their eyes to the fct, re re prechers here who hve only women with the begging list, or mybe If we relly wnted to sy It nother wy, then we cn sy tht the prechers hve the women on the huckster block. prechers do not even relize how tempting womn cn be to mn when she wlks up to him nd sks for money. But they do not cre how the women get It. All they re looking tor them to return with Is money. So just let me sy this one thing to the prechers, becuse I m womn myself. Plese stop putting the-good looking women out to beg for you, Plese stop begging the poor people for their money when some of them do not even hve mone'y enough to buy food, fter 'Pying their rent. Plese get out nd find you job, Let your wife work If necessry, or your whole fmlly. A precher nd his fmily look just s well s ny other individul does working, Mrs, A.I.S, Euful, Al, for one of the city's most explosive civil rights problems. Negro leders nd city officils hve long recognized tht mny Negroes don't trust the police force nd don't bother to report crimes to it. 111 feeling rwls deep, Rev. Joseph P, Lowery, well-known moderte civil rights leder, lst summer told the city council of the" disppointment, disgust, despir, nd frustrtion" of Negroes who resent the llwhite force, To crck the rcil brrier Negroes hd to file suit in federl court to be ble to tke the civil service exmintion. Tht ws eight yers go. Since then, there hve been demonstrtions, petitions, r1l1es, closed door meetings, nd more demonslrtions--but no Negro policemen. Prt of the reson is tht the py is low nd the exmintions re stiff- mong the sillfest in- the ntion, BY MARY MOULTRIE In the pst, TV hs hd Its limittions for the Negro In show business. Aside from the usul one-night stnds on the musicl-vriety Shows, the overll role of the Negro performer ws minor, excepting the Amos 'n' Andy comedy series, which fetured n ll-negro cst. Tody, there hs been big chnge in the TV industry, nd more nd more Negroes re being ccepted into the better spects of TV entertinment, PresenUy, the only show tht hs SAMMY P4VIS JR. Nogro host Is the Smmy Dvis Jr. Show on NBC, In time there wlll be mny more, Even now Negroes re ppering s guests on some of the regulr weekly shows, ctor-comedin B111 Cosby hs supporting role s n intelligence gent on "1 SPY," which ppers weekly. musicl shows hve been keeping up with the new trend by gi vlng the young Negro entertiner chnce long with the white entertiner. Dick Clrk Show Is good exmple of this equlity, Negro leders hd different explntion. "It would be suicide," sid one, "to be the first Negro policemn in BI rminghm," y cttrged tht more Negroes would be pssing--except tht the exms were rigged. city hired privte ccounting firm to prove tht they weren't, At ny rte, the issue cme up gl In Februry fter white mn shot lnto crowd of Negroes picketing the Liberty Super Mrket, re were more demonstrtions nd they got bigger, Almost every Negro group In the city demnded quick ction on wht hs become the stndrd list of grievnces. nnowlced n "Ester Lst month, the Negroes Self-Denil"- Negroes were not going to shop downtown becuse the city wsn't doing nythlng bout segregtion. Tht ws the lst strw. A group of (CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE, Col. 1) medi itself Is fr from being blnced, but with the doors prtilly opened, it's strl in the right direction, SUNDA Y, APRIL 10 EASTER SUNDAY SPECIAL--Mrinelnd Crnivl, with DonnDougls, Irene Ryn, Mx Ber of the "Beverly HUlbI1l1es," nd Jim Bckus of "Gill 1- gn's Islnd" touring through Mrinelnd on the Pcific Cost, Singers Chd nd Jeremy lso pper singing some of their well-known songs, 6 p.m. Chnnel 4 In Dothn, Chnnel 19 In Hunts Ville, nd Chnnel 20 L Montgomery, TUESDAY, APHIL 12 SHENANDOAH--Shenndoh Is recognized s the son of welthy rncher who Is on his dethbed, 9:30 p,m. Chnnel 3 In Penscol, Fl.; Chnnel 6 in Birminghm, Chnnel 8 in Selm, Chnnel 31 In Huntsville, nd Chnnel 32 In Montgomery. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13 LOST IN SPACE-- spce trvelers seek refuge trom n over-powering sun In the shelter ot cve nd become the pr isoners of n underground civiliztion, 6:30 p,m, Chnnel 19 in Huntsville nd Chnnel 20 L Montgomery, THURSDAY, APHIL 14 THUHSDAY NIGHT MOVIE--Burt Lncster, In the explosive drmtic movie, "Elmer Gntry," which won him n Acdemy Awrd s best ctor olthe yer, Co-strs Jen Simmons, 8 p,m, Chnnel 4 In Don nd Chnnel 20 in Montgomery,

3 .\ PllIl.I 0,111, I I, I, 'ute OUTHEIH COURIER PAGE THREE SQUADRON OF UH-l HELICOPTERS PREPARES TO TAKE OFF ON 'COMBAT' ASSIGNMENT. ANOTHER SQUADRON IS ALREADY AIR-BORNE STUDENT PILOTS EAT LUNCH AT 'TAC-I' VIET NAM READY On ny given dy of the week there re 400 helicopters nd irplnes trom Fort Rucker in the sky o'ler South Albm,. Most of the men who fly these rjrcrft (mostly hellcopters) re being trined tor only one tour ot duty--vlet Nm. As mny s 95 per cent of the grdutes ot the Army Avition SChool locted t Fort Rucker re sent to Viet Nm. Climxing the mny weeks of trining re the eight dys the students spend t "TAC-I," tcticl field re. re they re under the wtchful eye t instructors like Cptin Erl Thoms nd Chief W:-rnt otficer Robert Lester, both veterns t the helicopter wr In Viet Nm. trinees live nd ny under condltioos just like those In Viet Nm. From the ircleld t TAe-l, they fly prctlce combt missions to gther informtion, tke supplies, use night.lightlng, escort other lrcrtt, nd ttck with mssive ir ssult, PHOTOGRAPHS AND TEXT BY JAMES H. PEPPLER AT THE FIRING RANGE INSTRUCTORS START PASS ON 'ENEMY BUNKER' HELICOPTER 'HUEY' OVER CULTIVATED FIELDS OF SOUTH ALABAMA CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER ROBERT LESTER. CO-PILOT CAPTAIN EARL THOMAS, PILOT FIXED WING STUDENTS GO OVER ASSIGNMENT. IN BACKGROUND 0-1 'BIRD DOG' T",KES OFF CREW CHIEF CHECKS 7.62mm MACHINE GUNS AfTER THEY JAMMED ON PREVIOUS RUN AT TARGET CAPT. ROBERT N. DAWS JR. WALKS TWO VIETNAMESE AIR FORCE STUDENT PILOTS TO THEIR HELICOPTER

4 PAGE FOUR APRIL 9-10, 1966 THE SOUTHERN COURIER Sirike City Times Time To Wke Up Freedomcrfts BY SHIRLEY ANN MARTIN BY GEOitGE LEE MARTIN AND JAMES MARTIN All the men re cutting ntivity scenes out t'ro-by tours. y re getung $4 set, y re seuldg the sets to people in the northern sttes, nd those people wlll buy ll they mke. men cn mke the sets ll yer round, Tht mens tht the men t strike ("tty hve strted thetr own bu.::lness, nd they re mk;"o more money now thn they were on the Andrews plnttion. women nd the ehu g to dren re helpin get the sets redy by snding the blocks. We're mking good profit so fr. And when we get welding equipment we cn mke trl eyelf' nd jumping horses, nd we cn get contrcts to In the' ner future there wul be t lest 10,000 people put off the plnttion, Wht wtllbecomeot the Mississip pi Delt? Frming is good in Mississippi but they re suli mjdng plns 00 how to get ridof the Mississippi Ne gro. Negro hs mde the white mn rich iq frming his lnd but it hs gotten to the point tht white 'people don't need Negroes ny more for his lnd. y hve thought of new wys to frm their lnd. In yers go Negroes were Importnt to white mn. He would plow with mules from sun up to sun set for the white mn for 50 dy. But now the Negroes hve woken up. y hve been mke sewer pipe nd diesel nd gs storge tnks. We're sleep for thousnds of yers. Don't you think it Is time Ing to mke it. tht mens so much to them? going to try hrd to sty in business, nd I know we're g tht Negroes come to their senses nd look into the world 'We Need Importnce' tht isn't your nme. Would you like to be clled nigger BY BERTHA L. GREEN Well, wht I think of Strike City is very plin nd under stndble. strike City need some importnce, nd the pe0- or clled by your own nme? SO, there in't ny use to sty on this white mn plnt ple t Strike City cn't mke it importnt by themselves. tion nd keep mklng bim rich. Becuse wht the white lls we need our own. If we re Importnt t Strike City mybe people on oth white mn is eting stek nd fish, the Negroes re eting off the plnttion. sit down nd et just like him? Wht difference in white Wht I'm trying to sy is tht we need your belp s well er plnttions wul strike before the white mnputs them Becuse in the next few yers there won't be ny use for the Negro to sty 00 the plnttion becuse the whtte folks wtll hve mchines to do their work. SO, we'll build houses nd community center, tolet the N egro know tht they cn mke!lving without work on on the plnttion, white mn think tht the Negro doesn't hve ny sense. And he will cll you "boy," nd when he get md with you be will cll 1'00 "nigger," nd mn py you woo't buy you three good mels. Whlle the THE MIBSIBSIPPI DELTA corn bred nd molsses. So, why keep mking the white mn rich, when you cn mn, nd Negro mn? ' only difference tht I cn see is the white mn get ll the money nd the Negroes get ll the brd work. And I think ll hum!l beings re of the Cretor nd could hve the equl right to do things such s be elected n officil like the wblte mn. Insted of Negroes being eleeted, they hve to do the hrd work for the white mn, nd mke him big business mn. THE PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN STRIKE CITY PUT OUT THEm OWN NEWSPAPER WITH A MIMEOGRAPH MACHINE. THEY WRITE ABOUT THEm LIVES IN STORIES LIKE THE THREE REPRINTED HERE. Serch for Homes LAST JANUARY SOME IN TENT CITY SETTLEMENT NEAR TRmBETT, MISS., DOING THE FAMILY WASH IS A PROBLEM FOR THE WOMEN WHO LIVE THERE. OF THE HC*ELESS PEOPLE TRIID 1'0 STAY AT OR!EKVlLLI AIR rorce BASE I ISSAC FOSTER, ONE OF THE ORGANIZERS OF THE STRIKE POLICE DRAGGED THEM FROM THE BUILDING, AND THEY HAD TO Time Hs Differ ent Mening When You Live In MOVE INTO TENTS Tent, Poor People Pitch Tents In Wshington Four WASHINGTON tents re pitched right cross the street from President Johnson's front door this week. In front of the tents two signs sy "Strike City, Mississip-, pi" nd "Houses Not Tents." tents belong to evicted tennts nd shrecroppers who hve no homes except their tents in the Mississippi Delt, where they come from. y cme to Wshington lst Thursdy to speed up pprovl of $1.3 million iun ti-poverty funds so theyen strt bulld Ing houses for themselves. Four months go the tent city resi dents begn negotiting with the Office of Economic Opportunity. y wnted money to build cinder block boubesnd to strt utercy nd voctionl clsses in their DeW communities. A month nd hlf go they rued forml pplictioll for fuiid.!. Lut week they got Ured of witing, nd 90 them cme to W.sbJnitoo to tell the OEO they couldn't wlit throuch ny more months of red tpe. "WIleD you ilve In tent nd people shoot t you t night ndyour ktds cn't tke bth nd your wife hs no priv cy, month cn be loog time, even dy," sys Frnk Smith, spokesmn for the group. "We're bere becuse Wsh1ngtoll seems to runof d1fferent scbedule. We hve to get strted right wy," sid Smith, dont' homeless Negroes sy if they strt building right wy, they won't finish the houses before next win ter. becuse livtng ws so crowded. y phched two circus-sized tents in Iss<JIen County for time. But the mud there ws so deep "the pigs would n't mess with it," sid one of the men, Delt MlDistry offered the wnder ers temporry shelter t Mt, Beulhln EdWrds, MiSS., nd tbe people moved there. PLANS FOR THREE PROJECTS group in Wshington Is sking for.a COLD WINTER IN TENTS Mny of the fm1ltes hve lredy spent one cold winter in tenls. During the lst yer evicted Negroes hve moved into tent Cities in severl Mississippi communities. Some, like the people who wrote the rucles 00 this pge tor the Strike City Times, were e victed lst summer when they went 00 strike for higher wges. some were evicted for registering to vote. Bse, some went to 11 ve in tents t Strike City ner Tribbett, but then moved on And some, simply becuse they weren't needed ny more. About 100 ot the homeless people tried to set up hou8ekeeplnc in empty br rcks t the GreenvUle Air Force Bue. Alter they were drggedtrom the Air pprovl of t hree projects to house ll these displced people. Neighborhood Developers Inc. hs submitted plns for self-help housing project in Wshington County. Del t Opportunities Corportions wnts to bujld homes for the people llving t Mt, Beulh. And the Poor People's Corpo rtion in Un wid strt eommunttyof clnder block houses in Un. FARMERS ANSWER QU ESTIONS first dy the (romes were In wsh1netod, Representtive Adm Clyton powell, Democrt trom New York nd chjrmn of the House Educ tiooluld Lbor Committee, held nopen hering t whleh some of the shrecrop. pers explined whi' they were homeless: " Well, we weren't mking enough money to py the light bills nd buy food nd Ilke tht. I ws mking $6 dy driving trctor. We sked for rise nd he told us to get oft. He run us off. QuesUon: Answer: boe-men Wht did you sk tor? Seven dollrs dy. were getting $2.50 dy. Question: Wht hours did you work? Answer: I don't know bout hours. Sun to sun. After listening to the testimony, Powell clled up Srgent Shriver, di rector of the OEO, to sk why the pro Ject hd not been finnced, THEm ANSWEHS ANGEH B URTON And HepresentUve Phillip Burton fi. Cliforni, one of the congressmen who prticipted in the hering, told the Mississippins: "Pm hving gret del of trouble keeping my stomch in order. Nothtng we seem ble to do, no lw, no progrm we pss, seems to be ble to hrlp the \1l!ople who need help the most. I polo gize to )ou." On Fridy of lst week, some of the delegtion met with odore Berry, director of the Community Action Pro ject prt of OEO, nd other OEO offi- cils, but they left tht meeting with no more ssurnce thn before tht they would get the molley promptly. delegtlon bd been scheduled to return to Mississippi Sturdy, but they decided not to leve untu firmer promiile of tunds. they bd Lst Sundy they mrehed with mem be rs of Wshington's Biblewys Church to Lfyette Squre, cross the street from the White House. y set up tents like the ones they live In bck home, nd bout 30 of them moved in. re is Wshingtoo, D. C. ordi nnce tht forbids cmping in Lfyette Prk, but no brnch of the government deputy informtion director for the OEO, Jmes Kelleher, sid erly this week tht it would be "the grossest kind of grndstnd hypocrisy 00 our prt" to give immedite pprovl for the grnt, y don't own the lnd, nd they cn't bulld housesifthey doo't hve lnd." he sid. "It would be cruel hol," he sid, to pprove molley for bomes tht could not be built. Mississippins sy tht they do own lnd. Neighborbood Developers Inc. owns lnd nd is buying more in Tribbett, where It is lredy building eight concrete-block homes with pri seemed nxious to tke responsibluty vte tunds. Poor PeOPle's Corpor pers And the Delt Opportunities Corpor for evicting the homeless shrecrop from their tulip-bordered tent growld. tion is now purchsing NOT CAMPING, DEMQNSTRATING U. S. Deprtment of the Interior sid tht the tenters could sty becuse "y re not cmping. y re dem onstrting." shrecroppers sy they re (olng to sty unlll they re certin of prompt pprovl for tbelr projectll. If they do, President Jobnoo my hve tenters s neighbors for quite while. tion of Un owns lnd in Cly County. OEO sounds s does not wnt to be pushed. thoogh It Delt. se three 400 projects cres in the will only scrtch the surfce if, s mny people predict,' thousnds fi. shrecroppers re evieted from Mississippi plnt tions this summer becuse of de crese In cotton llotments under the new cotton bill nd becuse t mecbni ztion. But the tenters outside President Johnson's front door sy they're in hurry to mke the first scrtch.

5 APRIL 9-10, 1966 THB SOUTBBBN COUR IE R PAGB 'IV (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) THOMASVIIJ,E When he herd the commotioll, Alphonso Arnold rn over to the theter. He sld he bd been told the Negro students were trppecl 1Dstde. Arnold td tht before be could get Inside the door, some Qfthewhlte teengers grbbed bim nd strted bet1ne him with bts. Another Negro mn Wilbur Rice, who hd been inside the show, left bout this time to go bomeerly. He too ws grbbed, beten, nd injured in the hed. udience rushed out of the movie to see wht ws hppening, but police nd sber11f's deputies prevented further violence. Mny TbomsvUle Negroes continued to et in the previously white resturnts nd sit up front in the movie this week. y sy they pln to continue to ptronize these public ccom mootions in lrge enough numbers to mke up for the white customers who will sty wy. "We'll keep them in business," sid Miss Brooks. "People In Thomsville hve lerned from the exmple of Jckson (SO mlles south r1 Thomsville)," she sld. " people in Jckson strted testing lst summer, but the) didn't go bck. Now they see they hve to strt ll over gin." Negroes hve orgnized the ThomsvUle Movement for Dynmic ActiOll nd hve begun. voter registrtion cmpign. y sy they pln to demnd Negro mll crriers, full-time Negro po licemen, nd Negro representtion on the city councll. Tennl' E"icled SELMA--About 30 fmlues sy they were notified this week by J. A. Minter, Dlls County lndowner, tht they re being evicted. tennts hd erlier complined to federl government olllclls tht Minter wnted them to sign over their shres of pyments under the U. S. cotton Domestic Allotment Progrm. Tbe tennts sid they will try to fight the eviction in federl court. Mcon Pub Off Sp Jury Ter m Segrest Tril Delyed Until Fll BY MARY ELLEN GALE TUSKEGEE--Spr1Dg will be little lte this yer for the Circuit Court of Mcon County. Under n order ISbued by Circuit Judge Dn Boyd, spring won't come untll next fll. And neither will the possible indictment nd tril of the mn ccused of murdering Smuel L. Younge Jr., student civil rights worker. Younge ws shot to deth Jn. 3. spring grnd jury ws scheduled to meet April 18 to consider the murder cse ginst Mrvin Segrest of Shorter nd more thn three dozen other csel.. But Judge Boyd clled the whole thing off. In n order signed Mrch 29, he "continued generll}" (postponed) the entire spring court term untll the next regulr court ses!llon 10 mid-october. "Most ll of the ttorneys resldentin Pnthers Set Convention (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) vention in Hyneville to nominte one cndidte for ech position open. nmes of these cndidtes re then given to the county registrr, who is required by Albm lw to plce the nmes on the bllot for the November election. "And when you go to the polls in November," he sid, "just pull the lever under the blck pnther." Stricklnd lso explined tht even if nolle of its cndidtes won, the Freedom Orgniztion would become bon fide politicl prty If It polled more thn 20% of the vote. Hulett then tried to clrify wht the orgniztion's members must do on My 3. He sid tht nyone my ttend the collvention, but only registered members of the LCFO my vote for nominees. Furthermore, those who vote t the convention will not be llowed to vote in the primry tht dy. Hulett urgedpeo pie to be very creful bout this, becuse "they'll be wtch1dg for ny irregulrities." Some of the members were worried bout not being ble to vote for the stte Democrtic cndidtes, but one elderly mn stood up nd sld, "So wht! We in't been votin' t ll till now." county positions open re sheriff, tx ssessor, tx collector, coroner, nd three sets on the school bord. Members were urged to begin cmpigning for the positions they wnted so tht the convention could mke intelligent choices. BIRM1NGHAM (CONTINUED FROM PAGE TWO) downtown businessmen clled In Mr. Lowery nd ssured him tht there would be Negro cops. Severl business leders greed to let Negro employees off for dy (With py) to tke the test, nd promised them tht If they pssed, took the job, nd dldo't like it, they could hve their old jobs bck. In sttement printed on the front pge of Birminghm newsppers lst month, the myor sked Negro groups for help In finding Negro ppllcnts for the police force. businessmen hd mde it plin to city hll tht there hd been entirely too much bickering over the issue lredy--nd tht this time nothing hd better go wrong. "When these rcil things flre up, who gets it In the neck? City hll?" growled one r:1 the businessmen "Hell no. We do." SNCC worker Courtlnd Cox then told the secretry tht SNCC would hnd over its fues to the Freedom orgniztion so tht it could rech s mny peo ple s possible in the county. He ws followed by fellow SNCC POLITICS Menwhile, worker Stokely crmichel, who congrtulted the group. "This meeting is different from ny other meeting tking plce In the stte, becuse the cndidtes re not importnt. It is this orgniztion tht Is Importnt. "Everyone else hs been tlking bout the governor--s ifone mncould mke difference. "As long s one mn cn mlce dlfference we're ll tied to tht mn. "And you're going to chnge U tht." meeting ws then closed by Stricklnd, who sid, "We hve soclled leders who hve worked with the Democrtic Prty for 30 yers nd in't done nuthin'. "We've got to stop bowing down nd begging for the crumbs." COAPO Plns Busy Schedule BY LARRY FREUDIGER SELMA-- three elected committees of the Confedertion of Albm Politicl Orgniztions (COAPO) met Sturdy to mke plns for the coming My 3 Democrtic primry election. About 140 people gthered t St. Pul's CME Church s officil representtives of prticipting county orgnlz.uons. Most were there lor the first time. Lowndes County, which hs formed n Independent prty under the symbol of the blck pnther, sent no representtives.,. Rev. T. i. Rogers of Tuscloos, chirmn of COAPO, explined the orgniztion of the group nd set the timetble for the coming month. Mr. Rogers spoke of his group mobil Izing nd uniting 200,000 voters for the primry, the run-off, nd the generl election. He sid tht COAPO Is structured from the bottom up, nd tht representtion must come from civil rights groups lredy estblished in the vrious counties. When sked by delegte whether lbor orgniztions would be consulted before endorsing cndidtes, Mr. Rogers sid, "Lbor's lredy mde their endorsements." COAPO knows who the Albm lbor forces w11l support, nd will tke this Into ccount, he sid. "But their interests re not t ll the sme s the Negro community's." ELECT A EXPERIECED BrSIESSIA " (of 41 yers) Vote For JOHN A. PRICE As Your Commissioner For BOARD OF REVENUE of MACON COPNTY, DISTRICT 1 (PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT BY JOHN A. PRICE, TUSKEGEE) Lern About Newspper Work Mcon Count}, Albm, hve requested, both perl.onib nd in writing, tht the spring session, 1966, of this court be contldued generl I},," Judge Boyd noted. But Fred D. Gl) II f TUbkegee, the oni) Negro ttorne} reldent ln Mcon Count), sid tht "most ll" dldo't men ll. "I don't wnt n or }OU to think Fred Gr, ws one of those lwyers who didn't wnt to hold court," GrY,cndidte for the sltp legislture, told 200 people t pollticl meeting lte lt week. "I ws not consulted or conferred with or notified," Gry sid, dding, "We've herd lot tonight bout rcil progress, but we're not quite out of the woodb." Willim M. RUbsell Jr., president of the Mcon Count\ Br Assocition, confirmed tht!lever l of the county's white lwyers sked Judge Boyd to put off the court session. Russell pointed out tht the spring term of court hs been similrly post- NEGRO VOTE (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) stte. conft>dertlon begn recruiting locl leders--mny of whom were working for ADCl. BIllingsley ws furious. Lst week, the Birminghm ttorney shot off letter to 200 key workers. He wnted, he wrote, "to mke It crystl cler tht ADCI Is not cooperting with ny other sttewide POl1t1 orgniztion, except for the Albm Stte Coordinting Assocition for Registrtion nd voting," the grnddddy of the stte-wide orgniztions. "We hve the informtion tht certin prties who re interested mdeveloping new orgniltions hve given the impression tht the,' re working with us," sid the letter. "1'hls is s fr from the truth s est Is from west." W. C. Ptton, hed of the Coordinting ASSOCition, ws lso ngered nd he sent olf few letters of his own. old gu,i1 d ws even more ngry when leder:; of Willims' confedertion ssured Attorney Generl Richmond Flowers lte lst week tht most Negroes would vote for him for governor. Prt of the nger stemmed from personl pride: until now the older Negro leders hve hd the field to themselves In figuring ou1 which cndidtes to endorse. Prt of the nger stemmed from disgreements with the new group's strtegy; those leders of ADCI who support Flowers think they my hurt him by sying so this erly. But prt of the trouble ws due to deepening split over which cndidte to support: Flowers or former U. S. Congressmn Crl Elliott. Severl wellknown Negroes here s} tht Elliott hs better chnce of winning thn Flowers. y re urging Negroes to switch over to wht the) s) Is the winning tem. poned in other election yers. But be refused to discuss the br ssocitioo's resons for wnting court poetpooed tills yer. Russell's lw f1rm,russell,rymoo, nd RU!tsell, Is hndling the defense for,segrebt, who ws chrged with Idliing 't ounge fter qurrel ner downtown I uskegee service sttion. Judge Boyd's order suggested tht the ttorneys' request ws "due doubtless to the uncertinty ttendnt the mtter of jury for the session." "re is now no jury box from which to dr'4 venire of jurors to serve nd there Is no certinty tht there will be, even before the dy settor the commencement" of the sprlne session, the judge expl.1ned. McOll Count}' hs beenunder tederl court order to emp\} nd r efulits jur). box since Jn. 18. U.S. District Judge Frnk M. Johnsoo Jr. d1rected the COIUlt) jur} comm,isslon to mke new1lury list tht did not discriminte pinst Neeroes jur) commission nd its clerk resigned. Thr ee new commissioners mde new jun listof637 Negroeb nd 396 whites, nd sent it tojudgejohnson on Mrch 25, ccording to Hunter Slton, thl.' new c,erk. But, Slton sld this wi.pk, Johnson hs not ) et repl1ed. MRS. WILLIAMS TRlES TO RECRUIT MARCHERS IN HOlTSING PROJECT In Mobile Sprse Turnout for Mrch BY DAVID R. UNDERHILL MOBILE--People driving home long Dvis Avenue lst Fridy evening looked out of their cr windows in mzement. A smll line of slgn-crrylng mrchers ws wlking down Avenue, heded for town. This ws the orgniztion In nerby Prichrd, nd Leo Brinkley, voter registrtion worker, hd been plnning the mrch for more thn week. y hd contcted people ll round Mobile, who promised to join them in the "wkening freedom wlk," s Mrs. Jcobs clled It. first Moblle hd seen r:1 civil rights When Mrs. WiUlmsrrived, shend demonstrtion. Mny Negro drivers lughed t the mrchers; others looked just once, nd then Irled to ignore them. But some people stopped long enough to red the Signs, nd tew shouted encourgement to the mrchers. mrchers needed It. At 4 p.m., when the mrch ws supposed to strt from vcnt lot next to the Roger Willims housing project, only stck ot signs nd two orgnizers of the mrch were there. two, Mrs. Jckie Jcobs, public school techer, nd JerrY Pogue, privte school techer, were disppointed. Pogue, Mrs. Jcobs, Mrs. Dorothy Willims, one-member civil rights two other lcheb prded through the project with signs. Residents cme out (CONTINUEP ON PAGE SIX Col. 2) For Your GROW Bumper Streker Gene Crutcher 2008 Mgnoll Ave. S. Birminghm, Albm Two for $1 postpid B e reporter Mnge circultion Tke pictures A limited number of full-time nd summer opportunities vilble. CALL OR WRITE: THE SOUTHERN COURIER ROOM 622, FRANK LE U BLDG. 79 COMMERCE ST. MON TGOME R Y, ALABA MA PHON E TIMES HAVE (HANGED, BUT.. the old-fshioned qulities of dependbility nd thrift still guide us here. MAil. OUR.ANIl YOU. PINANCIAL H.ADQUA.T ALABAMA CIlAN(E K Member Federl Reserve System nd Federl Deposit Insurnce Corportlon P.O. Box 728 Tuske.ee, Albm We Are on Bqul 0pp0rtu""V bjfildii'" Order your Freedom Suits from the Fe "', Freedo. CIK' 217 Perdue St. Greenville, Al. ALL SIZES, MEN AND WOMEN $16 per suit

6 THE SOU T H E R,C OU I U E R PAGE SIX Mo6ilS,. SCIO:' S A e n e tch h n t e l In nge Chlle to s Return Lingo AI. 2!er.!?!?!k B iley ID R I) HI CHARD - -"I t ech of you to \ o:. :! : tell } OUr nelghbors, nd:henbrlng thr of h.ur of them bck with l OU ne time," Jerr } pogue told group 15 p('ople t Antioch BP s " And we'll do some dver s ng O'\; b r 0 '.I r dv(' r t islng ws few posters plct'd roum the neighborhood three dvs lter. A b!g one longside n open dl ch hd big snke on lt nd sid peo- i for Jeffers on Co. SherIff s" registrtion esier. "Wl" l l hv(' to rise some type of r.lcket l o get the fed- erl registrrs here." P ogue who will tech cl.ls S on how ' to fill ou t gover nment forms nd job p - pllctions nd how to pss employment tests, showed the group federl j ob ppliction form nd sid, " I you' r e! slow reder, it' ll tke you 40 m inutes to n hour t0 fill It oui U.pu're r eder, you will mess it up. fst "We wllt to tech people how to hndie these th1ngs. re re too mny of BIR M INGHA M ls t time C olonel Al Lingo rn for office ws when he ws Albm Publi c Sfety Di rector l st yer He used his uthority to s m m on m o re thn 2 00 stte tr oopers to Tuscl oos to win for himse U the vlce presl- dency of the A lbm pece Offi cers A ssocition. tht one more church nd residents of pre for the coming elections, to Im prove their neighborhoods, to get jobs, nd :0 del with their government--lo cl, s tte, ntionl. M rs. Wllllms, whowiil tech clss on how to use votin mr.hlne, told the c rowd, " Let's stop right DOW nd sy, ' I'm not shmed ny more nd I'm no fru.' Whl!:I ve get through with the.:lss, voting wlll be so simple tht It'll lie like you hve been yoting ll you r life." Win wsn't so high, I could hve bike." When the three ldies tinlly got bck to the lot, they hd few kids nd one dult with them. About ten other people, young nd old, hd gthered in the lot. told the young children to go home, nd then everybody else took t lest one slgn- -some hd two or three- nd the little line moved out. B rini;ley, who hd to work lte tht dy, joined the group lew h lcy.:ks down the street. A few youngsters lso joined the mrch briefly long the wy, but the r e were never more thn 25 people In the line. m.. rchers went to the school bck towrd :he housing project. "When do we gel pid?" sid one of the..youngsters from the project. replied one of the dults. " A re YOII serious, YO\Ulg mn?" Prise "You For the best letter from student bout why young people should go to col lege, THE SOUTHERN COURIER will give wy free copy of "C omplete Plnntng for College," the $3.20 book. m ('n we did ll this for nuthjn'!" sid the boy. "No, you didn't," nswered the mn. " B u t there's no py." Although no estblished "'egro led ers spoke publicly glnst mrches 10 generl, none of them offe red to SSist Dl l s Cou nty Fre edom Weekend Sturdy, April gomery, cndidte for the stte sente from M ' bile County, sid fter the m::(!h, " 1 fel t like it ws not the best time right now." J. L. LeFlore, who recently becme the tlrst Negro 00 the MobUe Housing Bord, sid he would not oppose mrch es conducted in "dignllied nd order ly mnner," s this one ws. But he lso explined tht becuse of his positlon he could not prticipte 10 ny mrch or demonstrtion lmed t the hollslng bord. Even If the min Yegro leders offer their support In future mrches, the plnners of lst F ridy's mrch my reject the offer. Mrs. Willims sid the mrch ws imed prtly t these leders becuse they re, ln her opinion, "blklngpro gress here to som e exten" 9 there Is cerlin reservtion In the!et the mrchers go, nd Wllce's ny Negro groups nd does not hve to do so, be white o r colored," he sld. former hed of the $tte troopers It lso tells how the stte tro:>pers ntionl demoostrtors in Tuscloos, Selm'l., Sheriff Mel Biley, runnlni: for re election, thinks he h the votes ot most Negroes nd whites. Biley is not conducting full-time cmpign; he s}'s he Is content to stnd on his record. Mrch, tics doesn't,.. te sid, explining why he "Bl oody sundy" In Selm in " I ws mde the scpegot," he sid, expllntng he wnted to let the mrchers pss by the bridge. "y wouldn't hve lsted flve mues- -they weren't pre pred to mrch." Lingo sys his troopers were t the scene becuse of orders from Governor George C. Wllce. "I ws ruled down," sid Lingo. " Of course, w e hve n o beefwith the gover nor. weekends nd evenings. SPAC Count); officils, Biley nswered, " I hve - -nd they know I t All I'm stnding for is lw enforcemellt nd It's got to be p'jre In :he best sense whether the person Involved is b!ck or white or Jew or Gentile or Chinese." F i nnc i l Aid for South Negro Students CONTAINING postge. Quntity rtes on request. college eduction 25 e. plus 5ge. Lluzzo killing." It Is written by Bud A LSO Get on our miling list for scholr ship nd creer informtion. W RITE : SIC, UNC-Y M C A, Chpel Hill, N.C sme reumentbout Lingo's wnting to VOTE FOR O t i s Pi n k r d for Tx C ollector M con C ounty Democrtic primry My 3 (Pd. Pol. Adv. by otis Pinkrd, Tuskegee, Albm) FA C T S 'R&ce $5.00 dvncrde CRAFT COVERS, W. Asked if he thought Negroes hve l wys been treted firly by Jefferson NOW A VAILABLE.,r tln&: ooly the mjor U. S. P.0, Box 2200, HunUnrton, 25724, U.S.A. some my B;}ey sys he sle--iinlghtriders, Story of the pointed ssistnt when Lingo ws di rector of the Albm stte Troopers. Negroes - - s hs seen to it tht there Is nocmplgn Like mny c.1didtes for ntion! of Gordon, who ws Ungo's specilly p mistret know." works full-time t the sheriff' s office 160 prime sources of m oney for your fice, Lingo hs book bout himself on Biley sys, " I would b e the first t o chllenge ny who nd goes on the cmpign tril only on He bs the right to mke decl- 5ioos." Neither sheriff cndidte will public ly criticize the other. " This office's got to go on nd polt covers posit. M ontgomery, Nosulg, nd num (' rous other Albm cities." Next 7 ccheted cove.n commem c hievem en ts for recognltlon when they Is disstisfied with being ssocited with them from pplying." overruling him. Greensboro, brnch office 10 Firtleld, mkes the minds ot (Negro) cndidtes tht keeps M f: L BAILEY to colored groups." But he hs not met book, which is on sle t Lingo's bord oftlce dl)lvntown, nd then strted " Pid!" or prticipte In this one. C. H. Moot One nine-yer-old bvy sid, " T hem " worst problem Is tht there hs been so much controversy here tht "quelled thousnds of rioting Negroes nd repetedly met nd defeted street sld. SPARSE 1lJRNO UT IN MOBILE signs bout the rent Is right, If the rent ties, "nd I've got vcncies, they'dbe hired." groups within their own communities." "I wnt the support of everybody, nod greement with the signs. C ounty sheriff deputies wnt to be depu- got - time left in his schedule AL LINGO them. dows, to stre, lugh, nd occsionlly who pss the Joint qulifying exm in- tion for Birm inghm police or Jefferson former Wllce ppointee sid, "be- with neighborhoods hve lso sked her group to strt schools for (CONTINUED FRo!\l PAGE F IV E ) None of Biley's 96 deputy sheriffs re Negro. Biley sys tht If Negr oes I'm not rcist. I Lingo sid he would "be gld to spek section of Mobile. Mrs. Wllllms s's on their porches o r peeped through win dded. lwyer in cuse they would be intimidted by other Bptist Chuch in the Trinity Grdens ction schools" round Mobile COIJ.1ty. Tile schools will help people to pre white "I'm not going to nme them," the Church In Prichrd nd t N:lzrene y only things working for my cmign." hve been held t St. Jmes Ctholic three of them nd few sslstllts re trying to set up,smll "com mulllty good colored people here re ctively Mefltlngs to s trt dditionl schools Jcobs Is the hed techer, nd POCUe Is the reserch nd 'ompllnt director. 1 "Nor wou d I go he fore! th e KKK," he hve mny Negro friends. A lot of the mum wges. her bout " the project." Mrs. Dorothy WlIllms Is the director. Mrs. Jckie well-known think I'm rcist. minor repir work for the city t mini- word well enough wi thou: the posters. Abo'Jt 75 people, y oung nd old, cme to the second :neettng t the church to group." Lingo sid bout the cmpign, " y y will tte r to do clen up Lid down, but thl' people who hd ttend1 the first meeting pprently spred the suent tretment dership.n. C onference becuse i t Is not locl tlng good cover ge In the Bi rminghm ' the "y're giv ing me newsppers. He sid he would not spek be- fore the Southern C hr ISti County. community ction school. Wednesdy evening. nigh' tter t he posters were put up, someone went round nd tore them tions. s well s Negroes. Lingo thinks his cndidcy is not get- if Lingo Is elected sheriff of Jefferson ddition, tor the youilgslers In ech re tht hs pie who wnted to do someth1n bou t the ditch should come t o the church certin Negro churches nd orgnlz- position to Lingo Is strong mong whites men he knows ler economic dlsruptioo Pogue wnts to try getting sum 1111'1' j ob s other to spek to SC LC, but he hs spoken to portion s Negro." He sld buslness- best cndidte to vote for, nd personl two sher iff hs declined n in:lttioo t Blrm' Mbm sid, "I would think tht white support ls bout the sme low pro- re wil l lso be clsses on the In literture vllblejn hil> sherlu's offlce. his roopers gin. An Informl survey reveled tht op- Ooe structure of the governmen t, picking the trnsctions. f to be md or stupid." wlting for something to die. " business Albert Jennings ljngo Is now running f0r sheriff ri Jefferson County (Blrm1 hm) nd he my wish h e could cll they'll print bout me mke me pper us s tnding round the stte employment office every dy like' vultures J ERRY POGUE AP H IL ' V. 10.m. George Wsh i ngton Crver Plyground. Selm MALDEN BROTHERS BARBER SHOP Everyone is invited to this commemortion of the Selm Mrch. MrUn Luther King Jr., Dick Gregory, nd the F reedom Singers wul pper. 6: 30 p.m. to midnigh t M ondy, April South Jckson Nti onl Gurd Armory, Orrville F reedom Rlly nd Dnce. Julin Bond nd Smson Crum will spek. MlIslc by Gene nd the Beginners nd Betty nd the Mlcronites. Al.') F reedom Voices. Southern Couri er gives yo u the stright st ory Nelson nd Spurgeon Mlden Admi SSion 5 0 EARN CASH IN YOUR SPARE l1me fo kn ow wht ' s h ppening every week subscribe t o We nee d di s tri butors in l l c o m m un i tie s of A l b m nd nerby M i s s i s s i p p i nd Ge o r g i. T h e SO U TI I E R N C O l: H l E H THE SOurHl{N COURl d eli v er s p per s to your ho m eto wn onc e week. Y o u s e l l t h e p p e r. s to your f r i e nd s n d n e i gh bo r s i 'l y o u r s p r e t i m e. Covering rce reltions in Alb m Y ou re p i d c s h for every pper you s ell. $ 5 per yer mi led in the South Some $10 per yer miled in the North $ 2 5 p er ver p tron sub s cription of our di s tri butors er n up to $20 i n onl y few h ours w ork.. If you wn t to sell the SOU TH E R N COU R IER C AL L OR WR I T E : MA I L TO: T H E SOU THE H N C O U RI E R R oom 6 2 2, F rnk Leu Bldg. 7 9 C ommerce St. M ontgomery. Albm Send me th e SO U THERN C OURIER for one yer. I m send i ng ch eck or m oney o rder C ity-----ist tel--- THE S OU THE R N CO U R I E H R OO M 6 2 2, F R ANK L E U BLD G. 79 C O M M ERCE S T. N me A d d re s s MON TGOM ER Y, A LA B A M A PH ON E

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