Mercer U. Ponders Negro's Admittance MACON". Oa.. (ANP) while all - white Mercer University r k i - ' here is exerted to rule in fa - or of admitting Negroes dur ing the present school t' - rm. ; a student from Ghana may be admitted ' N li i'egt student trum uhana may oe a Imitted before his American cgro rountei parts. I .VCV " The University said last J t.., t ...in l... .... A&dAA . - v remirt "( week that it will be ui to its special study committee on in - ation to det - ide whether Ghanaian student! ap - I plication for admission will be handled as a foreign student application without regard to j race. I - A spokesman said the com - ntee. ncactet t nr. waiter is expected to make report on the overall ques tion of possible of integration. le said the committee has en handed the additiona chore of riwming what - should h done about the Ghana stu - r CONRRMED Mn. Ethellna dent's application. The Christian Inrtex. publication of the Oeoigia Kapit Convention, dis - losi editorial - lv last week from Atlanta that the student had applied for ad - s apt !iration be handled j W. Alendtr of Colum - but, Ohio, was confined j by tha Ohla - S? as a rr.ember of tha State Board of Cosmatoiogy, according Sues 2 Wives For Divorce MIAMI. Ha. 'ANP' - 7A V. iliiams - urrentlj - married for t:.e third time, has sued hi1 - i,if.t two wivrs far d:vutve in Circuit Court lu - i e. j Wiiiiams. a truck driver, said iic had been under the irr.pres - ; ioti Ins first two wives had ; secured divorce pap - is after , he separated from them.' ! His first two wics, ho ap - . : patently thought . he had di - j ;vn - ii! them, think Williams' tw o suits are a fine idea. They have remarried, too. j The suits are airmn - t Mrs. Lei.mie Williams, now Leomie .Murray, who marrii'd Zeli in j 1927 and separated from him in and Mrs Willie u. , Williams, now Willie Sue Wat - ison. who manned Williams in ; and parted from him in 1 19S2. i Williams, who has a family j mission to Menvr, - and idem - i to an announcement from - 0f S)x ov his - .third marriage.' fied him as Sam Jerry Oni. 22. of Takoradi. Ghana. It said ; Oni had been converted to . Christianity by Harris Mobley. ' a Baptist missionary who was a 1HV) graduate of Sletcer. and ! w ould enter Mercer as a minis - j tenal student j The Index recommended that the onice ef too. A. Rhodes. Jamet ; charged - - extreme" ' each case. cruelty in Leader Says Bias Hurting Atlanta ATLANTA C.a After three answered that the nation wide rate the applk - at ion ... f rom . r .f.n.iw., n,. sruH,.rir Nnn - chfiih wtmid wait until the At - the Issue or anmitting egro vii,,nt Coordinating C - mmit lanta restaurant association! now being conskW - r - tcr .SN'CO weie turn. ) avt.iv voted to tr.tecrate. 1 hy the iieial eonimirtee. t,m i tT,. ar,i :,. - .n - u P. HOWARn JOHNSON'S was of forvle,7stdent, ,.d said i M - rcer University must ei. - three Inf 1 Dr. Rufus B. Hanis. pre'i - , tuarant lxn SNOC Ch.drrr.n the subject of - an all. cut attack , dent of Mercer, has gone on Charles M Dew told Mayor hv civ it rights groups in North I rerd in favor of admitting1 Kan Alien Jr. that "Atlanta Carolina and Florida last sum - i , Tialified Nejrro sttiderts. It will never join the front r.iik mer. As a result, several in .was his motion lat fVt. IS. of America's nties unril every - North Carolina and all How ; which set up he special com vestige of racial s. - greg.itun aid Johnson's in Florida aneptj mittee. : has been removed." Negroes as customers. The committee. was instruct i The three SXCC worker. - Three SNCC workers were! ed to report Mck before 'the : Rubv - Tions mith and Julian also refused service at two j 'end of the orpsem schrtot rear Bond .f A"w - t si - t Wliiiarri Howard Johnsons Restaurants .on the question of whether , Porter of Albany. Oa.. were rc - on last Thankivinc day. At Mercer t'niversitv should ad ' f useil serv ice - at a newlv opened that time. Bond. SXCC - Chair - ' I mit Negro students. Howard Johnson's by a tvstau - man Charles McDew and SNCC. : Mercer, founded in 14 now . rJ,1 o!Ti,ii! wh" td Hu - m. Ev.h utive Secretary James has a number of foreign stu - ; "PI n"1 mtesraiea yet. . - .inwn were rurne,! aw - v dents - hut no Negroes ' Several When he' was asked "wh'eil fv.m' Howard Johnsons Res - - state operated colleges and 'Howard ..Johnson's in Atlanu. . uuLanla - ia - iIariett.a. Ga.. and universities - - including Georg - , vvouitl '"tegrated. the man Na. - .hv tile. Tenn. 1 ta Tech and Georgia Stale - ' now have Negro students. Km - ory I'niversity near Atlanta is the lone private college in the state which has admitted Xe - cro students. ' I UL Head Says Negro Must Have Respect !