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August 11, 1966

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FROM PAGE 4--A i~tegrated. The consensus is that total integration 'is effected only when a program of integration be comes a part of the process of ~cialization. Because,, ~milaizat- lea is a for~nulating factor in: human values it is essential for integration to dart in the public ~'hoots, It is there where ~)cial- ization is effected ,through pro- jects designed to teach people how to live with one another in a given society. Eleven years after the Supreme Court decision ban- ni,ng ~gregation in Uhe public ~'hools, implementing that de- oision remains a major task. The Civil Rights Act of 1.9~ has thus far failed to bring massive com- pliance in the Deep South. Al- though all of the southern sta4es dalled and pl,aced in the back-1 ground? The ~ introduction of Title, IV of the Civil Rights Act Of 1966 deals with the eliminat- ion of discrimination in housing and brings to the surface a new sensitivity to the violation of human rights. But it is felt that this sensitivity is only a tool de- signed ~,o cover up immaturity, prejudice and bigotry. The ghetto pattern in housing is directly re- sponsible for an evil overcrowd- ing in which disease and cringe fhmrish. In addition to being morally .indefensible, the ghetto is economically wasteful: studies in large urban centers have re- vealed that maintaining the ghet- io costs the tax-paying mill~ions of dal*Iors annually in social ser- vices. The ghetto also fosters Jim Crow ~hools. The Negro, an inlegral part of the American economic and social picture, can no longer be penaliz- ed just because he was born of have at least some token inte- brox~ parents. Without the con- grabon, many communities star- ivbuton of the Negro to labor: ed integration only as a result of /without the Negros participation legal suits and financial cutoff slt[] sports' and the'entertainment a;~ was the case here in Jefferson { world: without the Negr()s con- County. {tribution to science, AmericaI Who~. Nghts are being violat-Iwould not be as strong and as[ ed? How many years has this lgrea,t as 'i,t is today. [ sensitivity Cab human rights been n Moral man is a moral societyI iz forced ,to deal ~'ilh hi.~ brother i in equity. We share the sameI God, 1.he same worhi, the same hopes and desires, the same quest for freedom and the same per- sonal hurt when unjustly depriv- ed. Total living is existing out of the self-sharing in that which goes beyond the small ivory tower. Total 1,tying is sharing the self with others as man builds a good world for himself. The fight for freedom i~ not over, and the enactment of this Civil Rights Act of 1966 will go far in giving Nego American full and equal rights. To deny equal rights to any citizen solely because of his race or color not only in morally wrong, it is psychologically de- structive to persons of both races, economically foolhardy and inter- nationally explosive. This Com- mittee gives support to the Civil Rights Act of 1966 and urges its enactment. The Executive Committee Jefferson County Branch NAACP Charles Town FROM PAGE 1-A installed to meet the service de- mands of the U. S. Job Corps Train;n Con er, .... wmen ]oea,ed there as a result of a private land donalion to the Fe(hral- Govern- ment. The Dislrict Manager indicated that General plans to spend more than $125,000 in the Charles Towel excbange alone next year. Five Inducted FROM PAGE I---A that in the future all induction calls will be sent out from the local board at the end of the nnmth, rather than on the second Tuesday. While some draft boards are taking a harder look at the qual- ifications they are following for i student deferrments, Mrs. Town- send said, the ,Jefferson County Board is still following the same policies of the past. :School Board FROM PAGE -- 1 The Board also approved the appointment of cooks for the var- ious schools as recommended by lhe principals of the 17 schools that smwe lunch programs. A ,*o~al of 44 were hired, ord.~ for iho year,~ 1969,-64 and The Board passed a resolution 1964-65 were received and it in- defining full time emph)yment dic.ated no findings of any irreg- as that including employees who ularities. have duties to perform as a con> plete job regardless of the a- mount of time involved. This action was taken so as to estab- lish a sick leave program for non-teaching personnel as man- da, tecl by action of the West Vir- ginia legislature, Appointment of a text book connnittee was also made by the boarcl, as required by state law, with the eonnnittee to handle the elementary social studies this year. Miss Imiclle tteflebower, will serve as chairman of the social studies group; Norman Howell for the Secondary Sciences and Miss Patricia Rogers, the business education subjects. The board also decided to trade ,30 old typewriters in on 30 new ones, 27 of them to be the man- ually operated type and three The Board also gave formal approval to a proposed program to be operated during the 1966- 67 school term under Title I of the Elementary Secondary Edu- cation Act. The program will in- elude a class in carpentry and al- so one in small appliance repair and mainlenance work. There will also be some special classes for those needing special help, and the Summer Remedial pro- gram which was carried on this past Summer, will also be oper- ated again next Summer. The special classes to be con- ducted under this program will of course depend upon the secur- ing of qualified instructors, Low- cry said. Count SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAR rS ADVOCAi'E THURSI)AY, AUGUST 11, 1966 Jacksons Mill, August 16-19. A group of 16 youngsters and adults representing the cream-of- the crop 4-H Dairy Club will be showing 25-30 head of cattle in the 4-H and open classes. The county Dairy Club will have an educational display des- cribing the club's.activities since their m,ganization in November. Youths who are diligently work- ing with their dairy, animals in order to exhibit them in the State Dairy Show are Jenny Lou Tabb, Bobby Tabb, Walter Tabb, Nancy Creamer. Eddie Whitting- ton, Mark Lemaster, Jo,hn Milton Barbara Walker, Jerry Walker. Billy Grantham, Amen Grantham and Mary Ellen Blue. One of .the main attractions will be the Annual Dairy Princess Contest and the crowning of the State Dairy Princess. Miss Mary Ellen Blue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James T. Blue, Zoar Farm, Shenandoah Junction, will repre- sent t,his area in the State Dairy Princess Contest. The reigning Dai~T Princess is Mi~s Pamela Link daughter of Mr. and Mrs Adam B. Link Jr. Hamed Southern l.To Howard Demory and Patti ey, both of Charles Town,,~L elected to the local Sott~ States board of directorsnllat| :annual membership meefiNJ 8PIRrSPIRr Charles Town on August 10, ~ .... 100 stockholder-members UIISDk their families attended the! ion. Paul Love of Harpers r~ was named chairman of the of Directors, while Lige ~ -- of Shepherdstown, was pick~ vice-chairman. '~- ._~ Elected to the local Sotfllj~rLE~m.,..~- States Farm Advisory Com~.---_ were: Mrs. Donald Magal!.][~,,~ Charles Town and Mrs Mall-- -I-- Dunn of Kearneysville. 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