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Tucson Daily Citizen (Newspaper) - February 16, 1960, Tucson, Arizona 26 UGSON DAILY CITIZEN 'TUESDAY Labor Stiffens u Racial Position MIAMI, BEACH UPI The AFL-CIO today stiffened its stand against racial discrimination by unions and called on the federal government to penalize businessmen .who refused jobs to Negroes. The two-pronged "get tough" approach to reduce bias in job hiring and promo- Donaldson Flays Plan To Reyanip State Board; tions was disclosed by George Meany, president of the 14-mil- lion-member labor federation. Meany has accused the Presi- dent's Committee on 'Government headed by Vice Presi- dent Richard M. Nixon, of failing to wipe out racial bars erected by employers. He said the committee, a citi- zen's group created in 1953 to en- force anti-discrimination clauses in every government contract, has cracked down hard on union prac- tices but seems reluctant to do the same with business The government has a duty to compel employers to comply with the clause' and should cancel their contracts if necessary to back it up, Meany said. The developments came as the AFL-CIO council prepared to wind up its nine-day winter meeting at A resort hotel here. Meany -repeated the AFL- CIO has made some progress on its own in eliminating what he called "indefensible" racial re- strictions on union membership but conceded it could move faster. His criticism of the Nixon committee 'centered on its alleged action in a case involving local 26 of the International Brother- hood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) and major electrical con- tractors in Washington, D.C.' Dog Lovers' Bank ALEXANDRIA, Va. Any dog accompanying his owner to the drive-in facilities of the Alex- andria National Bank gets a dog biscuit under a pvgram institut- ed by E. Guy Ridgely, the bank's executive vice president. He said the idea originated with the bank's policy of passing out tollypops to children. The legislative proposal to place the -State Board of -Education in the hands of laymen was verbally attacked yesterday by, Marion superintendent of Am- phitheater Donaldson termed Senate Con- current Resolution .No. 1, now be- fore the State Legislature, as "discriminatory, hasty and ill con- ceived legislation.1' The bill, according to Donald- son, calls for an 8-member board lo be selected by the governor. It provides that no more than 5 of the members are to be from the same political, Three members ,cT the board would be administrators; a county school superintendent, a high school principal and an elemen- tary school 'superintendent, Don- aldson said. Advertisement Do We Have To Die? 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Send postcard or letter today and get xith booklets free Army To Cut Military Part Of ROTC Army plans to reduce military instruc- tion in its college and university ROTC program. The Army said yesterday the move is to head off additional criticism the 233 colleges and universities now in the program. Beginning next fall, advanced ROTC cadets'will take college courses such as science, psychol- ogy and political institutions for about 20 per cent of their mili- tary training. To supplement the additional academic work, the Army said college junior and senior ROTC cadets will take field training in weapons' and tactics during six- week summer camps. Student groups at the Univer- sity of Arizona and Arizona State University have been among those protesting campus military train- ing. In attacking the proposal, Don- aldson said: "Politics has no place in controlling foe education sys- tem. The important .question is whether a person can serve and is capable 'of serving on the board." "There is no provision allowing teachers to serve and persons from state universities or colleges cannot be Donaldson complained. In urging that the bill be de- feated in the Legislature, he said: "We have 20 boards in the state controlling.professions and occu- pations and in only 1 the Board of Osteopathic Exam- have one layman serv- ing." "What would happen if laymen told doctors how .to Donaldson asked. Then .he noted that "the governor and the Senate would have education controlled by people outside the field." "When laymen make judgment ore teachers; education and teacher disbarment, we, would be giving up he commented. Missile Director To Speak Here Lt Col. James L. McCallister, Nike missile director for the Los Angeles area, will speak at Tuc- son Community Forum tomorrow night at the Unitarian Auditorium, 4831 E. 22nd St. "The Army's Role in Air De- fense" is the title of the colonel's talk which will be illustrated with movies and slides. 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