The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 25, 1965 · Page 13
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 13

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, July 25, 1965
Page 13
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IfUCINE SUNDAY tULLCTIN 19 A Sunday, July 25, 1965 ••'ri •li-J Dr-KingOpens jn Windy City ' CHICAGODr. Mar' tin Luther King opened a se' Hes of 14 weekend street rallies Saturday with an ap- / peal for funds and a plea to : Negroes "to tell the power M structure we're not going to stop until conditions change." ' The president of the South. cm Christian Leadership Coni ference spoke first to an over. flow crowd of 500 in the El Bethel Baptist Church in the heart of the South Side Negro area. The meeting primarily •was for clergymen and at least one-half of the crowd was white. • : A motorcade, with King Tiding ift a Cadillac automobile, then proceeded to the jgecond stop of the day—^Alt- tgeld Gardens, a public housing project of 1,200 residents jn the southeastern corner of '. Chicago. Police estimated that a crowd of 300, almost entirely Negro, turned out. Speaks on Truck At Altgeld Gardens King . Ispoke from a flatbed truck in ,a parking lot. He said that "when a man can't get good integrated education he is a slave. We are here to tell Chicago: 'Before I be a slave, I'll • be buried in my grave.' We .are through with segregation ^now and forever more." ^ The Negro leader asked all in the crowd to take a day off Monday and join in a march on City Hall "to tell the power structure we're not going to stop until conditions change." There was a white picket on the fringe of the crowd. He identified himself as Robert Dubiel of Oak Park, a western suburb of Chicago, and said he was a leader of "The Truth for Freedom Organization." Dubiel carried a placard reading: "Help Keep Chicago Clean. Chase Out the Commies." "Preachers Needed" At the meeting of clergymen in the Baptist church ' King told the group: "If you want a movement to move, you've got to have the pre^ch- ' ers behind you." ' He denounced segregation as morally wrong and sinful and an assertion of a belief that "God made a creative : error." King came to Chicago, i Tjilled as the first stop in a • northern swing, to help re- I cruit members and raise mon- ; ey for groups fighting against ; alleged de facto segregation * in Chicago's schools. ; His invitation came from ; the Co-ordinating Council of :< Community Organizations, a 1 federation of civil rights ; groups. His street-corner r meetings were aimed at arous- i ing interest in Chicago's race I problems. ' Efforts to arrange a meet' ing between Mayor Richard J. ; Daley and King have been un? successful so far, due to con- 't flicting schedules. ; King's visit includes an ad'.' dress tonight in Winnetka, a high income suburb on the J north shore, aimed at support' ing a drive for open occupan- !• cy in the suburbs. I Duty Calls - buf I Sfork Can'/ Waif PHILADELPHIA —(m— Two off - duty policemen waited together in Pennsylvania Hospital Saturday for their wives to give birth. 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