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Tucson Daily Citizen (Newspaper) - February 16, 1960, Tucson, Arizona PAGE 26 i UCSON DAILY CITIZENTUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 16, I960 Labor Stiffens 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- *---------------- tions was disclosed by George qq ^as ma{je some progress on Meany, president of the 14-mil-„ . lion-memhpr labor federation. I "s own    "•<»•    ha Meany has accused the Presi-; callod    racial    'f dent's Committee on Ciovernment | strictions on union membership Contracts, headed by Vice Presi-1 but conceded it could move faster, dent Richard M. Nixon, of failing His criticism of the Nixon to wipe out racial bars erected committee centered on its alleged by employers.    action in a case involving local He said the committee, a citi- 26 of the International Brother-jren’s group created in 1953 to en- hood of Electrical Workers force anti-discrimination clauses (IBEW) and major electrical conin every government contract, has j tractors in Washington, D.C. cracked down hard on union prac-    -- tices but seems reluctant to do    1    sol the same with business firms. DoP Lovers Bank The government has a duty to ALEXANDRIA, Va.—UPI—Any compel employers to comply with dog accompanying his owner to the clause and should cancel the drive-in facilities of the Alex-their contracts if necessary to andria National Bank gets a dog back it up. Meany said.    biscuit under a pspgram institut- The developments came as the ed by E. Guy Ridgely, the bank’s AFL-CIO council prepared to wind executive vice president. He said up its nine-day winter meeting at the idea originated with the bank’s a resort hotel here.    policy of passing out lollypops to Meany repeated that the AFL-1 children. Donaldson Flays Plan To Revamp State Board The legislative proposal to place the State Board of Education in the hands of laymen was verbally attacked yesterday by Marion Donaldson, superintendent of Amphitheater schools. Donaldson termed Senate Concurrent Resolution No. I, now before the State Legislature, as “discriminatory, hasty and ill conceived legislation.” The bill, according to Donaldson, calls for an 8-member board to be selected by the governor. It provides that no more than 5 of the members are to be from the same political party. Three members of the board would be administrators, a county school superintendent, a high school principal and an elementary school superintendent, Donaldson said. Army To Cut Military Fart Of ROTC Advertisement Do We Have To Die? A strange man in Los Angeles, known as “The Voice of Two Worlds,” reveals the story of a remarkable system that often leads to almost unbelievable improvement in power of mind, achievement of brilliant business and professional success and new happiness. Many report improvement in health. Others tell of increased bodily strength, magnetic personality, courage and poise. The man. a well-known explorer and geographer, tells how he found these strange methods in far-off and mysterious Tibet, often called the land (rf miracles by the few travelers permitted to visit It. He discloses how he learned rare wisdom and long-hidden practices, closely guarded for three thousand years by the sages, which enabled many to perform amazing feats. He maintains that these immense powers are latent In all of us, and that methods for using them are now simplified so that they can be used by almost any person with ordinary intelligence. He maintains that man, Instead •f being limited by a one-man power mind, has within him the mind-power of a thousand men or more as well as the energy-power of the universe which can be used in his daily affairs. He states that this sleeping giant of mind-power, when awakened, can make men capable of surprising accomplishments from the prolonging of youth, to success in many fields. To that eternal question, “Do we have to die?” his answer is astounding. The author states the time has come for this long-hidden system to be disclosed to the Western world, and offers to send his amazing 9,000-word treatise— which reveals many startling results—to sincere readers of this paper, free of cost or obligation. For your free copy, address the Institute of Mentalphysics, 213 South Hobart Blvd., Dept. 434T, Los Angeles 4, Calif. A bonus 32-page booklet is offered, also without extra change, to every one writing at this time. The title of this popular bonus book is “The Magic Between the Lines of the Lord's Prayer.” Send postcard or letter today and get both booklets free. WASHINGTON —UP— Tho Army plans to reduce military instruction in its college and university ROTC program. The Army said yesterday the move is to head off additional criticism from several of the 233 colleges and universities now in the program. Beginning next fall, advanced ROTC cadets will take college courses such as science, psychology and political institutions for about 20 per cent of their military 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 University of Arizona and Arizona State University have been among those protesting campus military training. Tn attacking the proposal, Donaldson said: "Politics has no place in controlling the education sys- I tem. The important question is whether a person can serve and is capable of serving on the I board.” "There is no provision allowing j teachers to serve and persons from state universities or colleges carmot be appointed,” Donaldson complained. In urging that the bill be defeated in the Legislature, he said: "We have 20 boards in the state controlling professions and occupations and in only I instance— the Board of Osteopathic Examiners—we have one layman serving.” "What would happen if laymen told doctors how to practice?” Donaldson asked. Then he noted that "the governor and the Senate would have education controlled by people outside the field.” "When laymen make judgment on teachers, education and teacher disbarment, we would be giving up something,” he commented. SALE! While They Last! The latest and hest Smith Corona Portable Typewriter . . . Missile Director To Speak Here LL Col. James L, McCallister, Nike missile director for the Los Angeles area, will speak at Tucson Community Forum tomorrow night at the Unitarian Auditorium, 4831 E. 22nd St. "The Army’s Role in Air Defense” is the title of the colonel’s talk which will be illustrated with movies and slides. Two Nike missile bases are soon to be established in Tucson. The function of the Army and its defense of a city such as Tucson will be discussed. The talk will begin at 7:30. It is open to the public. GALAXIE (Full allowance for your trade-in.) Free Typing Course included, at well at the beautiful trimline carrying cate. $141.50 Value IID1 50 Plus Tax The Galaxie is the newest, fastest and most modern portable in the world. 44-key keyboard, keyset tabulation, streamlined styling and pastel colors. All in the Galaxie et the unheard of low price of $119.50. Come early for choice of color L. A. latterly Broadway at 5th Phone MA 3-7561 RECORDS i from Grabe's Record Dept. 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