Independent from Long Beach, California on March 11, 1966 · Page 22
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 22

Long Beach, California
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Friday, March 11, 1966
Page 22
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p^uietHelp ·Offered to ; Slum Foes {ATLANTA, G a. UP)--A new project of the Southern Regional Council-will offer pro- jfessional help to city officials frying to eliminate slums and ;ghjttos. .This organization w o r k s quietly to improve racial relations in the South. It is concerned with farming as wel as voting; jobs as well as juries. "We are not a typical civi ights organization," said Pau, ·Anthony, executive director of the'Atlanta-based council.:He has'a staff of 35 and a budge, this year-of more than $1 million. Policy is in the hands of'the biracial council--100 southern men and women * « * » PROJECTS RANGE from information services on schoo .integration procedures to a 'study of persons thrown ou (of work by "automation. : The council's most dramatii work has been in voter regis tration. 'From 1961 through 1963 SRC helped put about 700,000 Negroes on the voter lists in 11 southern states. other project is under way aimed at the more than twc 'million adult Negroes still un iregistered : in the South. (There are about 2.3 million Negrt voters.) ""In a nonpolitical way w want to develop effective us .of the ballot," said Anthony (who c o n t e n d s regtstratio jalone is not enough. I "There is an obvious ne« [to develop an educational pro gram to show how the vot is..tied up in the politica process." · 4 , -^ *i. * * * :HE CITED as examples A1 lanta arid Memphis, Tenn where large numbers of Ne glides failed to vote in elec tiins. · . - . ' . ijiOne approach to the SRC p^ iject will be college scholar sfi ps for part-time w o r ! L adership training and work stops will be held. SRC plan ts Jprovide the know-how an ni mey.. J A.bout $350,000 a year fo tn« next three years will J in t voter .education and regi t£ tlon. Funds for SRC pro ec : s cqme mostly r from foun ditions. * SRC, ; which avoids demon st, atioh's, has organized sta eg incils on human relation inj jUabama, Florida, Georgi Ajkansas, Mississippi, ,Nprt Ci folina, Tennessee, S o u t (?) rolina and Virginia., La y«jr the' state councils ha 1J 000 members -and spen at out $300,000. ., ' . ·* * * * » JRC FUNCTIONS like a \§ ibrella in some respects. I vter project will be coord nj ted with five major ci 1 rlj hts organizations. It serv ais .secretariat of the Southe la eragency Conference, m arterly meeting of m o t in 'SO^agencies and grou :ARNIVAL By Dick Turner Protest to Russ NEW DELHI W) -- About 300 orderly demonstrators marched. 10 me Soviut Embassy here Thursday demanding release of imprisoned Russian writers Andre Sinyavsky and Yule Danial. Their banners said "Lunas Go to ihe Moon, Writers to Siberia," "Man Is Born Free, Russians Are Men Too." L«» IMCJI, en*. W., Mir. II, IW INDEPENDENT-- Paga A-2S' "What's the most important thing shown by the survey? Don't EVER ask a woman with six kids if she's a working mother!" nvolved in civil rights andi uman relations. it's projects include: --Collection and.distribu- !on of 300,000 books, most f them for Negro college 11- ra'ries,' community centers nd schools. --Assistance In and anal- Among the charter members was Dr. Horace Mann Bond, an Atlanta college professor and the father of Rep.-elect Julian Bond, barred from the Georgia House of Representatives this year. The SRC president is John sis of federal programs for H. Wheeler of Durham, a bank air employment and antipov erty efforts. --Research in improved de- egregation of schools. A group of southern Negroes met Oct. 20, 1942, at Jurham, N.C., and Issued a tatement calling for nondis- rimination in' v o 11 n g and uries; equal, if separate, schools, a n d ; s t e p s to end ynchin}?s and other brutalities. Six'.hionths later 115 southern white'leaders met in At- anta and concurred generally n. the";statement by, the Negro .?g'roup; Committees from xith groups met and SRC was created in January 1944. vy,V . ·* · * » ». CHARTER applicants in eluded publisher Ralph McGill of the ^Atlanta Constitution, Dr. Howard W. Odum of the University of North.Carolina, 3ishop, Arthur J. Moore of the Methodist Church, Atlanta, arid'i^.Rufus Clement, president "of Atlanta University. president. He is Negro. There are four vice presidents. Two are white, two Negro, including Clement. Anthony, who is white, has been on the-SRC staff since 1956, and its director since last October. Isn't Lent lovely? Now's the time for IJde John's Lenten Omelette Plus What a way to start the day, to end the day, to celebrate high noon! 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