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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 2, 1969, Chicago, Illinois Scenes Black gangs seek softer stroke its Little wonder Many youngsters have Little respect for their elders when you Stop to think How Little we As elders Are willing to fore go to make Progress. It s Little wonder that Young people tend to think of anyone Over thirty As out of it not Only Are elders not willing to address themselves to that which they believe but they even tend to make poor excuses and faulty rationalizations for behaviour by others which they really dislike and know to be wrong. There is hardly a Day that dawns that some adult sup Posedly responsible person does not say to me Isnit it awful what the world has come to and especially the teenagers a following such an opening remark there is usually a Long tirade about some new despicable act committed under the Guise of youth and Black Progress. And with the slightest encouragement this same person will Point to his own childhood teachings and disciplines. The Point is there is hardly a person Over thirty five and a Parent who agrees with the behavioural patterns followed by a Small minority of today a youngsters and yet these same adults stand by with their fingers in their ears and refuse to take a hand in what is happening right in their own neighbourhoods every Day. And even worse they will not even support someone who is concerned enough to take action. Lee Marks pens soul searching feature the epitaph. See Page 8 dist. 27 spot goes to disable principal South Side Chatham a Park Manor a Chesterfield Byron minor replaces grim As area s super Chicago s progressive Community weekly in per copy delivered to Lar door to san Utah Lith year no. 33 published at 778 West 65th St., Stewart 3-1040 wed july 2, 1969 a Billian Young educator and admin Strant with an impressive military record of service to his country has taken Over the rings in the for acc Pilot a a historic precedent medic paces Lincoln j. Alumni the task of coordinating convention plans for the Lincoln University to alumni association confab kor Wmk past several weeks i have slated tor july to through 12 watched an organized Campaign take form try Chattom s against one of this City s most capable most in prot Mineni professionals formed police officers who happens to be Black. Or Maurice e. King. 8241 though he is neighbor of mine i have never met St Lawrence is serving As him formally but i have followed his career with coordinator for the 1969 a great Deal of admiration since his earlier con National convention which is of rotations with the Youthful criminal element in a Ember and their the Woodlawn Community a few years ago. At Emilies to the Windy City. That time according to the reports he confiscate according to Lee d de a Cache of weapons which had been amassed Stark 8i35 Prairie publicity by a group of Black gang members. Where did he spearhead this year find these guns in a White funded White led sess new lab Ltd of d Church right smack dab in the Middle of a Black 0 e a ghetto. And who led the screams of anguish against this dastardly act the same White Clergyman who had granted Asylum to the gang members. Now if this action by gangs in amassing guns in a conspiratorial fashion and sanctioned by a White minister is not enough of an indictment of both the gang and the minister then i ask that you not just read the newspapers but attend some of the court hearings where these same gang members openly and brazenly admit their parts in acts of death against other Black boys. The fact that White boys commit crime is no justification for Black boys doing the same. And there s not a White Community in the world where a Black minister is using Federal funds to organize White boys in a further life of crime. Crime is not a Way of life among Black people it never has been. Shore or. A Cdr Lionel Newsome class �?T31 and new president of Johnson c. Smith University in Charlotte n.c., will give the keynote address at the Public meeting thursday july to at 8 .," Stark disclosed business sessions Are scheduled for Friday and saturday. July la and 12, with a special luncheon Friday noon. At that time or. Walter Daniel newly appointed president of Lincoln University in Jefferson City will be honoured the convention will be climaxed with a banquet on saturday night. July 12, at 6 30 At which time Paul Simon lieutenant governor of Illinois will be the guest speaker. This also will be the 29th annual banquet of the Chicago alumni chapter convention Host this year. Mrs. Nolene Hunley 651 e. 83rd, is president of the Chicago chapter. Now if we Overlook this Are we going to Overlook even More by allowing White Folk to crucify capt. Edward Buckney of the gang intelligence unit because he wants a peaceful Black Community minus scores of marauding Young gangsters buc Knevi a crime is that of being a positive voice in a bedlam of doom. Buckney a p lip i a biggest fault is that he is a Thorn in a master plan u11 of Whites to continue the killings in the Black j a a Community by Blacks. What is Community control a it i i Picq i when unarmed citizens cannot walk the streets without fear of their lives who is a Parent to turn Al cd til cd Iti m to when his son is beaten shot stabbed and killed by organized gangs How Many times have you seen White police officers drive past Black crime and ignore it they done to care the same boys who have Learned from White Media the ways and Means to kill in a True Gangland style a have the guts to do this to Whites. Whites stand for it there would be a thousand Edward Buckney Myca delegates looking Over Buckney is a Man and As such is not inf Al liable but b is a devote All that is Black and right Buckney and sincere police officer trying to build a Black Community such As that which Whites already enjoy. I have yet to hear a non organized individual or group complain about Buckney a efforts Only those who prey upon others Are crying of injustice. I say if we Are to have Community control then it must be taken out of the hands of the so called phoney Liberal Whites who have not yet Felt the bitter touch of the death of a loved one through a gang action. If commissioner Conlisk is to probe anyone let him probe the criminal element of the gangs. The mafia does no to like j. Edgar Hoover and the rest of the Law enforcement agencies but they Are still there Why should Young Black gangsters be Able to determine who should arrest them i heard a rabbi quote from the talmud recently and i would like to repeat it Here not because of ifs origin but because of ifs Wisdom. A the who has mercy on the cruel will be cruel to the capt. Edward Buckney offers an alternative to violent death in All Black communities. He has earned both physical and verbal support. Almost All youngsters look Forward to spending Carefree. Fun filled summer holidays when the school year is finally Over because summer vacation is usually when one can really Cut Loose and a do his to help your youngster with his summer fun Chatham Myca 1021 e. 83. Once again is offering a seasonal Day Camp program for kids 6 to 12 years old. First Day of the program was june 30, but registration is still in Progress. Chatham y officials say that special rates Are available for two or More children per family and also for Myca members. Interested persons should Call the y at he 8-3133. A kiddy Camp will be open for tots 4 and 5 years old. According to the Day Camp instructor the summer program is to be divided into 5 periods period i from june 30 to july la period 2, july 14-25 third period is from july 28-aug. 8 period 4 runs from aug. 11-22, and the final period will be from aug. 25-aug. 29. During these periods children will be treated to swimming fun going on various Field trips games and a Many different a we Hope your child a says miss Susan Williams Chatham Day Camp instructor a has a very successful fun filled summer at Chatham y Day program notes Ollil representatives from Chatham Myca Center 1027 e. 83rd St., discuss results of the recent convention and 125th anniversary of the Myca held in St. Louis june 19-22. Chatham a by a a members pictured above Are from left Ronald s. Burr 8445 Ingleside Jackson c. Building to serve pm. Manor Chicago Board of education a District 27 relinquished recently when or. Alonzo Crim resigned to become superintendent of Compton Calif Unin school District or. Alonzo Crim resigned to become superintendent of Compton Calif Union school District. He is Byron c. Minor a Chath Amite who has consistently proved his administrative Mettle in the Chicago Public school system since 1940 when he started teaching As a substitute in its High schools. Minors climb to District superintendent might be considered to have begun there Cosey 8525 Woodlawn Willie j. Anderson 8201 Ingleside Peters 1021 e. 83rd St., and Bernard in Johnson. 8000 Ellis. Over 0,000 delegates representing 0 million members from 1,800 my cars throughout the United states attended the convention. Observers have noted. It became quickly apparent when he took Over the Princi to 1 _ my pal ship of disable upper a relate la Grade Center a i964 and just one year later became disable High schools principal a year later. Monday july i was his first Day As District 27 superintendent. His previous record is just As noteworthy. Minor served As principal of Williams elementary. Drew elementary assistant principal Forrestville elementary. He has taught at Drake and Williams elementary schools Dunbar vocational. Disable High and Chicago teachers College in an exclusive interview with the bulletin last thursday minor expressed Delight and enthusiasm Over being assigned to District 27. He commented a i have been a Long time resident of the Chatham Community. My daughter Diane 17, was just graduated from Hirsch High school my two sons Frank 3 and Courtney la attend Dixon elementary where District 27 is headquartered a i Hope to continue the Many Fine programs which have been initiated by or. Crim and i will Welcome the contributions of the Community on planning and implementing the educational program throughout the he added a i look Forward with great anticipation to meeting die individual citizens and the organization representatives in the Chatham a native of Vicksburg miss., District superintendent minor is a product of Chicago schools. He is a Hyde Park High school graduate holds a Bachelor of science degree from Northwestern University and a master of arts degree from the University of Chica a us a a a additional graduate study at Loyola University and John Marshall Law school. Minor also has distinguished himself in the u. S. Armed forces. He entered the army in january 1941 completed 22 years Active and National guard military service in 1963 and holds the permanent rank of lieutenant colonel. His uniform is heavy with military ribbons and citations. These include the american defense ribbon european Mediterranean mid East ribbon and army occupational ribbon. He was awarded the italian Cross of War for valor Battle stars for Rome Amo Northern Alpine to Valley Campaign. Minor is a graduate of 15 military service schools including All advanced artillery courses military intelligence atomic weapons and guided missile course. For to years he commanded the 184th artillery of the Illinois National guards. Married to the former Frances Anderson of Chicago the new District superintendent also has affiliated himself actively with civic and Community groups. He presently serves As a Board member of the United charities of Chicago formerly served on the Board of directors of the Chicago Urban league the Chicago association for retarded children and the Chat Myca. Backing a precedent has been set in the ranks of the United Church of Christ. For the first time in its history a Black Man has been nominated for the presidency of this predominately White main line denomination the historic move came when the name of or. Arthur Gray pastor of Chicago spark Manor congregational Church 7000 King dr., was placed in nomination by the committee for racial and social Justice a group of predominately Black clergy in acc. He was endorsed and recommended to the state conference by the Chicago association. This dramatic first also has the backing of the Illinois conference of the United Church of Christ which voted 159 to 28 to support or. Gray during recent sessions at Elmhurst College according to Donald l. Benedict chairman of the state delegation to the general Synod. Over 500 persons were in attendance at the Elmhurst College sessions. Rev. Gray is eminently qualified for this highest ecclesiastical Post. Well known throughout Church and educational circles in Chicago and the nation he was pastor of the Church of the Good Shepherd before leaving the Windy City to assume the presidency of Talladega state College Ala in 1952. A Cdr. Gray who can qualify for Only one four year term is a Man who because of experience and ethnic background could bring Strong leadership to the Church during a period of deep racial unrest a Benedict pointed out. Executive director of the Community renewal society Benedict headed the 52-Man delegation representing the National convention of the Church in Boston june 25-july i. At bulletin Booster copy deadline results of the election could not be obtained. In addition to the election the Church faces three other major issues at the conference the Illinois delegation chairman said. There Are issues of Church Structure theological education and funding programs revolving around recent demands of the Black manifesto he pointed out. The ministers for racial and social Justice known As the Black caucus of the Church Are demanding that the committee for racial Justice now the unit established to Deal with racial crisis be Given adequate funds and staff to meet the responsibility. This committee was established by the 1963 general Synod in response to Early demands for action on the Black condition by acc clergymen. What a cooking Chicago area Council boy scouts from left Johnny Mcc lure 7518 Creiger Alex Jackson 116 e. 95th St. Ami Fred Woods 632 e. 93rd St., prepared themselves a Hearty outdoor meal at a recent training Camp in preparation for the 7th National Jamboree to be held july 16-22, 1969, at Farragut state Park Idaho. These scouts along with 40,000 other boy scouts from All Over America will experience High adventure camping in the heart of the Beautiful Rocky mountains. Jamboree theme is a building to server. Boys wanted to deliver bulletins in this area Call St 3-1040

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