AAUAA assist in raising legal defense fund
Vocal Groups To Entertain Entertainment by three vocal groups will be provided at a rally being sponsored by the Youth for Action Movement and other organizations of the black community Saturday. YAM President Lin ward Cathcart said today that the musical groups, Knights of Soul and the Reputations from Englewood, and the local Unit ed Soul Revue, will appear in Liberty Street and at Freedom House in a program starting at 4 p.m. There will be talks on voter registration, unemployment and model cities before the mam speakers appear at 8 p.m. Cathcart said other par ticipating organizations were the Southern Christian - Lead ership Conference, CORE of Newark, CORE of Plainfield, SNCC, United Brothers of New ark, Organization of Black Liberation, Black Solidarity, RAM, and the Addenu Allahe Universal Arabic Association. He said proceeds would be for a legal defense fund for 12 per sons "unjustly" accused of murdering Patrolman John Gleason Jr.