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Cincinnati Herald (Newspaper) - May 11, 1974, Cincinnati, Ohio Page 2-THE aNONNATl HERALD - Saturday, May 11,1974 “Defunis Symposium” To Be Held At U.C. May 13th The Office of University Commitment • Human Resources (OUCHR) of the University of Cincinnati, in recognitiao of the importance of the DeFunis Case, recently considered by the Supreme Court, is sponsoring sponsored a **DeFunis Symposium.** It will be held on May 13, 7:00 p.m. in the Auditorium of the U.C. Law School Despire the Supreme Court’s failure to decide the case on the merits either for or against preferential admissions, the DeFunis Case and cases like it which will follow, will have wide ranging impact upon education, employment and affirmative action programs. Professor Edward Meams, law psychology expert and former Dean of the University Uw CoUege, Robert O’Neil, University Executive Vice President and Samuel Wilson, Law School Dean Designate, will speak at the Symposium. Professor Mearns will discuss basic issues involved in the DeFunis Case and some of the consequences of possible decisions. He will also set the stage for the simulated presentation to allow those attending to follow arguments without extensive- prior knowledge of the DeFunis Case. Vice President O’Neil, who has submitted a brief siqi-porting the University of Washington on behalf of CLEO to the Supreme Court, will argue the University of Washington’s position in the Synposium. Dean Designate Wilson, who has been chairman of the U.C. Law School Admissions Committee for some time, has consented to argue the DeFunis position. For the sake of realism, advocates will present their arguments before a panel of Student Court and law school judges who will be free to interrupt and ask questions as does the Supreme Court. After the presentation of arguments, the judges will retire to chambers to render a mock decision There is no admission charge for the Symposium. Anyone wanting further information is requested to call the coordinator of the Symposium, Richard Jackson. OUCHR, 47S-6891. Sweet 16 And Foreign Students shrine Donnies To (NSSFNS) Cincinnati Bell IS THINKING OF YOUR NiOTHeB'S casf ALLS On Mother's Day last year Cincinnati Bell completed more than 94,000 long distance calls. Naturally it took time to handle all these calls. SAVE TIME: It would be quicker for you to place your call to Mother a day early because our lines will be less congested on Saturday, May 11th. SAVE MONEY: Dial your call station to station. And remember, station rates are even lower all day Saturday than rafter 5 p.m. Sunday. y " NEW YORK - The Ancient Egyptian Arabic Orders Nobles Mystic Shrine (Prince Hall Shriners) recently expressed CMitinued concern for black students with a second check for $8,000 to the National Scholarship Service and Fund for Negro Students (NSSFNS). The two recent grants from the Shriners to NSSFNS total $23,500. John Edghill, Imperial Potentate of the 81-year old organization of Shriners, said the continued development of young minds is a duty not to be taken lightly. "When responsible black organizations fail to express concern for higher access education for black students, these organizations cease be responsible. There can no brighter tomorrow without an investment in the youth of today.” Ed^ill praised NSSFNS for its 27 years of pioneer service to black students. NSSFNS, which services 40,000 to 50,000 black students yearly, is the largest counseling and referral agency in its field and the only such agency geared specifically for black students. David B. Kent, Jr., Executive Director of NSSFNS, called on other blapk organizations to follow the Shriners’ example. "This fall thousands of needy black students around the country will be sedcing Pictured are three Alpha Phi Alpha Wives’ Sweet 16 Candidates chatting with two Foreign Exchange Students at a recent meeting ^ held by the Alpha Wives in conjunction with their annual event. From left to right are Angela P^ne d W^wai^ ^ Bógale Yohanner who attends Walnut Hills, Tammy Stargell of Woodward, Costa Rican Carlos Manilo who attends Madeira High, and Kimberly Queen of Woodward CREAHVE PHOTOGRAPHY PHOTO and struggling to find funds for college admissions. Many of them will be the first in their family to go to college. This is important to the survival of all black organizations.” Working with some 3,000 colleges and 8,o5o high schools throughout the country, NSSFNS counsels black high school students and directs them to colleges most likely to offer admissicms and financial aid. The service is free to all black high school students. NSSFNS is headquartered at 1776 Broadway, New York, New York 10019. Does Sammy Have Anything To Say? WASHING, D.C. - It’s üme for Sammy Davis Jr. to step forward and tell anything he knows about that White House request to IRS for his tax files. House, along with the files of other Nixon favorites like Billy Graham, Frank Sinatra and John Wayne. The suspicion now exists - passing around his tax file - a tax file that is supposed to be confidential and known only to the IRS official examining it? Is it possible that Davis Politics is supposed to play andsuspicionisfar from proof doesn’t care that his civil no part in how much tax you - that the Nixon Watergate liberties may have been IRS Make this the happiest Mother's Day ever. Left to right, John Edghill - Imperial Potentate of A.E.A.O.N.M.S.; David B. Kent, Jr. - Executive Director of NSSFNS; Lucille Boyd - Imperial Commandress Imperial (^ourt, Daughter of Isis.    _ or I pay to the Internal Revenue Service. A bosom buddy of President Nixon, like Sammy Davis, should pay no more than he actually owes -and no less, either. It’s part of our job as citizens to pay up on April 15th. But it’s also the responsibility of IRS to see that no citizen is unfairly taxed because of his race, creed, color, politics, or the way he ties his shoes. However, according to Sen. Lowell Weicker (R-Conn.), the Nixon White House has been using IRS files like a "lending library” and may have intervened in behalf of its pals to lighten their tax burden. Weicker revealed the IRS apparently sent over Sammy Davis Jr.’s files to the White boys have been using officials like errand boys Was the Nixon White House, in violation of the tax laws, using its influence to get Sammy Davis or other favorites off the tax hook? Was the Nixon White House using the IRS to hound and harass pro-Democrat entertainers? The public has a right to know. Rev. Graham has denied he ever asked for White House help over his tax problems. It is possible he didn’t know that the White House asked for his files. And the same may be true for Sammy Davis. Maybe Davis violated by the White House? On the other hand, suppose Davis did ask the White House to help him out, even though such political meddling may well be in violation of the law. Isn’t it only fair and just for Davis to come forward now, admitting he made a mistake, and tell the American people the real inside story about how the whole matter came about and who was responsible in the White House? Either way, it’s time for Sammy Davis to speak up. The IRS is in hot water for the first time with the American people. People didn’t know the Whiter House don’t like to have to pi^ taxes t . Ji e  I *    rh1«i(n«rc*'    Kaam asked for his files But if Davis didn’t ask the White House to look at his tax case, shouldn’t he be hopping mad that the Nixon team was and 'there' has always' been grumbling on April 15th. 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