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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 10, 1963, Chicago, Illinois If \ v r the bulletin thursday october 10, 1963 Page 3 Coleman t. Holt political action chairman of the Woodlawn o r g a n i z i Tintie protests Quot a min her of these do nothing committeemen Are pretending that their experience qualifies them for their position. With special reference to 8th Vav Afif committeeman of Brien his Only experience is that of Secretary to a former committeeman. I f his service to the Ward is any indication to his ability he is still performing like a Secretary. If education background and experience Are prerequisites for the Job they became a requirement after he was appointed to the Job. William cousins jr., president of the Chatham Avalon Park Community Council protests Quot the a protest at the polls demonstrates that there Are a great Many people who Are dissatisfied with the Quality and Quantity of negro representation in Chicago and Illinois and Are determined to improve the situation. It is essential that the determination of negroes to fight for full Equality not be limited to such highly successful episodes As the March on Wash ton. It is essential that the determination of negroes to obtain full Equality be reflected at the polls. A. A. Rayner jr., prominent Park Manor businessman protests a a a should be the duty of every citizen to work toward an improved society. If everybody w h o agrees with our protest at the polls philosophy would make himself a committee of one and go out and get people to Register to vote the political climate could be changed. If we would All use our ballots effectively our demonstrations would be More meaningful for then the political Powers would know that we Are prepared to take what we demand. I plan to dedicate my life to advancing the political Power of the negroes of Chicago. Isidore Arthur Quot protest at polls conference chair Many protests Quot i am sick and tired of seeing negro precinct captains and workers being lashed with the whip of patronage to produce a High rate of votes in negro precincts while White precinct captains in the same areas do nothing but live off the neg not a misery. It is my Contention that principle comes before patronage not vice versa. The american dream was built on principle and the Forward March of the negro today is based on principle. However it is my objective to acquire All of the patronage to which we Are entitled and do not enjoy William Shannon 17th Ward committeeman a defends a in the Short time i have been committeeman Here i have established a record of service to the people. The Only thing the people want is service and that i can Render better than any Independent. I have the background and the knowledge. You can to help the people without organization. Ill match my record and ability to serve against anybody they can put up. Robert ii. Miller Ruth Ward committeeman defends a i Welcome the Challenge. If anybody thinks they can give better service in the democratic party where i have been All my life and they Are just entering into it they have a right to fact the voters and try to supplant me. I am not ashamed of the service i have rendered to the people of the 6th Ward i am the democratic committeeman and i intend to run for re election. William l. Dawson 1st District congressman a defends congressman William l. Dawson was out of town and could not he contacted for a comment. However he was honoured by his supporters last Friday evening at the coliseum for a civil rights Bill he allegedly introduced in july. In accepting an award Dawson said Quot this is one of the greatest demonstrations i have Ever witnessed. I thank you with All my Abernathy taxi assn., inc. Let std i bonded Drivers As Ciosci As your phone Miti hath he 7-5400 to 8-9100 j bulletin want ads pay editor s ote the demo cratic Committer men of theft the and 211 Nard u Ere not Avail ahla for comment name Dawson a Public target no. 1�?T civil rights leaders unite for protest at the polls of Brien 16th Ward Paul Sheridan 17th Ward William h. Shannon and 21st Ward James Driscoll. Miller is looked upon in Many circles As being a stronger civil rights advocate than the other a a. _ South Side negro committee area and City wide civil rights leaders who men. Made Chicago one of the nations focal Points of protest he was the first democratic and branded last season the summer of discontent/1 have Leader to Call for the discharge named congressman Illiam l. Dawson their number of schools supt. Benjamin c. Robert Miller 8th Ward Russell ing that he a runs things from the South end of the elongated an office at 740 e. 87th St., while Ward at 10930 s. Halsted. James Driscoll insists that he Driscoll however insists that is still in charge. He is in favor of a negro being Driscoll s office is located near continued on Page 8 by Cromwell Gilbert one target in the april 1963 primary election. Willis and was in the forefront of the successful fight to have at a 4 i and Stewart committee isidore.,a a of f a d a a a a Arthur conference chairman a re named for protest at the polls and a a Rayner j Confer. Negroes. Miller however is conference held saturday and enee treasurer and former can considered to have a weaker dry ?cs5 3rd r at.the�el-, dilate for Alderman of the 6th organization than the others and Logg Center for continuing Edu i. Consequently is More prone to cation 1307 e. 60th St., univer defeat. Sity of Chicago More than 200 the conferees consisting of delegates resolved that a the most of the key figures in local prime area of concentration in civil rights activity and organi j other than Miller in the group the april primary elections shall nations voted to set up a per-1of challenged democratic Combe a challenges to the powerful manent a non partisan ind Epen Mitte Emen is a relative new Shannon the Only negro Comer to the top Ward spot hav Southside politician for his a Psi Dent political organization whose Lent treatment of civil rights a ims Are to increase the Quan Fang received his appointment a issues. Tity and Quality of negro i pre few months ago. Shannon took the place of 3rd Home buyers Are your monthly payments too High a reduce your payments a Cut your interest rate 5 /4% a get your deed now save hard earned dollars with an . Or . Refinancing loan from South East National Bank c leading the Contin sensation. Means adopted for the end fent of area delegates to the were 1 increasing registration conference were Gus Savage 2 training workers and voters bulletin editor atty. Coleman in the electoral processes and 3 t. Holt former candidate the selection and Alderman of the 8th Ward and supporting candidates for Politi two a political affairs chairman and a try. William cousins president of the Chatham Avalon Park Community Council. Also Bobby Watkins jr., former candidate for Alderman of the 21st Ward mrs. Rose Simpson president of the 71st Cal office who Are a responsive to the welfare of their cons Titu in addition to Dawson the conference specifically hurled challenges at other Democrat committeemen 6th Ward District Cong. William t. Murphy after former 17th Ward Aid. Arthur slight was Defeated by Charley Chew Early this year i Siva in in the opinion of conference leaders the 21st Ward is a wide open to a Challenge from a candidate sponsored by the group since a a regular democrats seem divided in the Ward. According to reports patronage is Frozen in the Ward with negro Joseph Robichaux claim the Sivart mortgage corporation 414 East 47th Street Chicago 53, Illinois Kenwood 63220 of is we grew Strong by helping the Thrifty. We Cater to people who save regularly it s not always easy to save regularly but if you can a and do a you have most to gain by saving with us. Whatever you Are saving for Well see to it that you get it faster. You won t have to go it alone when a family Money problem arises. Your savings account will be a banking connection which you will cherish As the years go on a and so will we. We d like very much to have you save with us a no matter where in Chica Goland you live. 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