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Box 7, Folder 11, Document 3

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  • Text: The Urban Coalition esi onaae Washington, D.C. 20006 Telephone: 347-9630 CHAIRMAN: John W. Gardner CO-CHAIRMEN: Andrew Heiskell / A. Philip Randolph August, 1968 We need your help: The Urban Coalition and local Urban Coalitions in 33 American cities join in asking your support for the campaign, "Crisis In Our Cities", prepared by the Advertising Council for Urban America. This fine example of advertising in the public service, coupled with related campaigns, represents the largest single effort yet attempted to use the power of mass advertising to meet the growing problems of cities and people which threaten to destroy our way of life. No domestic crisis has equaled the gravity of the one which now confronts us and never has there been a more important opportunity to turn the nation's communications resources to better purpose. I urge you to give to this campaign the full and continuing support of your organization. The stakes, for all of us, have never been greater. Sincerely, eh John W. Gardner Chairman
  • Tags: Box 7, Box 7 Folder 11, Folder topic: Urban Coalition | Miscellaneous | 1969
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Box 7, Folder 11, Document 8

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  • Text: THE AEROSPACE EDUCATION FOUNDATION cordially invites you to participate in THE NATIONAL LABORATORY for the ADVANCEMENT OF EDUCATION Washington, D.C ® November 18-20, 1968 R.S.V.P. Dr. Leon M. Lessinger Registration Card Enclosed President
  • Tags: Box 7, Box 7 Folder 11, Folder topic: Urban Coalition | Miscellaneous | 1969
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Box 7, Folder 11, Document 25

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  • Text: DATE 4 2 GUEST Mayor John V. Lindsay Dr. W. A. Criswell Eldridge Cleaver H. W. Glassen Ralph McGill Nee GRHa CALL GUEST LINEUP FOR THE MONTH OF JULY GUEST'S TITLE Mayor of the City of New York President, Southern Baptist Black Panthers and Author of “Soul On Ice” President, Nat'l Rifle Assoc. Publisher of Atlanta Constitution July, 1968 ISSUE What Happened to the Kerner Report? Is the Southern Baptist Church racist anymore? Black Panthers and Black Power Can Laws Prevent Gun Deaths? The South, Race and Tomorrow a ok ok oe oe ok oe ok oi oe 2 oe a oe oe oie oo oo oo oi oe oo oe oo oe oo ok oe oo oe oe oO oo Oe oe 2 ee fe ee SE ee ee or ee oe 2 2 ok oe Oo 2 oO 2 EE OO 8 o 10 site 1 Steven J. Ledogar William Lederer F. Edward Hebert Colonel Corson John Mecklin Vietnam Working Group State Dept. Author of "Our Own Worst Enemy" Congressman - Louisiana Author of "The Betrayal” FORTUNE Editor What are we doing in Vietnam? The Deaf and Dumb American Vietnam: A Hawk's-Eye View! The Other War and How we're losing it. Vietnam, A Balanced View. FE ok ok ae ok a a a A a A A EK A CE OR oR aE 2 KS EE EE IC EO CS AE SCE 2 C2 SCE DI I SC CE OE IC ED SE SEE A ES ICI CE I 2 SE SI aI 2 2 I 9 2K aK 2 a a 3k a OK 3 Fp oR et fe OO mo -' om UI Bill Cosby James Baldwin John Conyers, Jr. Winton Blount Rev. A. D. King Comedian Author Congressman —- Michigan Pres. U.S. Chamber of Commerce Bro. of the late M. L. King, Jr. Humor and the Black Bag The Christian Black Betrayal The New Black Politics No Riots Allowed Is St. Petersburg Another Memphis? Te 2 SR AO OO OK OK A RO OR KE 2 OE a IE EE AE ER OK oR oe 2 KO 2 KD 2 EE 2 EE OO a CE 9 2 ICC 9 2 oo a a 2 ae 2 2 2 a 2 a a a a aK aE ho bo ¥ NM NM hb olob ww oF Rev. Jessie Jackson Chester Lewis Roy Innis Robert Sonny Carson Ron Karenga Director of "Operation Bread Basket" - SCLC The Young Turks, NAACP Acting Nat'l Director of CORE Brooklyn CORE Leader President of "US" Organization What's Next for SCLC? . The New Militancy in the NAACP Has CORE Gone "TOM"? What's the future of CORE? Cool It Baby! BE IO CIC OR oro Gogoi soio GR a a iok ak acai ak ak kak aka ak ak ak ok ok ak ak ak ak ak ak a ak ak ake ak 2 ake ak ake ak ak ae ae a ak a ak ak as a ai 29 30 31 Saul Alinsky Dick Gregory Morris B. Abrams Exec. Director of Industrial Areas Foundation Comedian Pres. American Jewish Committee and Pres.-elect Brandeis Univ. How to make Black Power work for Black People. The Red Man's Got It Worse than the Black Man. Violence may be American, but it isn't any good... A A EO OE OO OO OE ESE OE OR OR OR OR CAR ok RR OK IR RO IC I RCE IC SIC Ie 2 SOR RC ARC aR. a aR a a ACO a aC 3 ak a ac a ae a i 2 2 2 9 a a a ko 2 ak oak ak ak ok ok ak ok ok ok ~July 24th - Scheduled guest changed due to Cleveland riots. Guest: Issue: Rev. Ralph Cousins - Chairman of Communications Network of Cleveland Council of Churches Crisis in Cleveland
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Box 7, Folder 11, Document 23

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  • Text: (il A NATIONAL RADIO OPT CALL IN SHOW ON VITAL ISSUES NELSON PRICE, Executive Producer : BEN LOGAN, Producer 475 Riverside Drive, Suite 420, New York, New York 10027 Telephone: 212/663-8900 EDWARD M. JONES, Director of Programming DEL SHIELDS, Host FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NATIONWIDE CALL-IN SHOW TO "TELL IT LIKE IT 16" On ( yf ) joins the growing list of radio stations Date Station carrying the new national call-in program NIGHT CALL. Produced by TRAFCO, the Television, Radio & Film Commission of the United Methodist Church, NIGHT CALL will be heard Monday through Friday from ( ) on ¢ | ; ). The program Time Station and Frequency format is simple: host Del Shields and a guest - which includes such people as Dr. Ralph Abernathy, Former Maryland Governor Theodore McKeldin and Stokely Carmichael - plus an open phone line whereby any- one in the United States may call collect and speak directly with a guest. And they do -- from San Diego and Boston, Memphis and Minnea- polis, New York and Seattle, South Bend and Winston-Salem---and now £rom ( Ie -more=- Released in cooperation with the Broadcasting and Film Commission, National Council of Churches, and the National Catholic Office for Radio and Television (NCORT) Produced by TRAFCO/ Television, Radio and Film Commission of The United Methodist Church, Harry C. Spencer, General Secretary, Page 2 of 2 The purpose of NIGHT CALL is to help people find reconciliation, to move towards solutions to problems through understanding. NIGHT CALL offers persons of widely differing views and backgrounds the chance to speak, to be challenged, to ask questions, to discover new views and truths. Listeners to NIGHT CALL have heard Ralph Abernathy warn that if racial problems are not solved through non-violent channels, "'. There are other forces who are going to lead people down a more vio- lent path." They have heard Stokely Carmichael say he has not given up hope of Blacks and Whites living together, but '...Since the White man has . the power to destroy me, I am prepared for him." They have heard what Baltimore is doing to solve racial problems, and how a Los Angeles job program has reduced tension in Watts. Other NIGHT CALL guests include H. Rap Brown, Jackie Robinson, New York Mayor Lindsay, Cleveland Mayor Stokes, Ralph McGill, Bill Cosby, H. W. Glassen, President of
  • Tags: Box 7, Box 7 Folder 11, Folder topic: Urban Coalition | Miscellaneous | 1969
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Box 7, Folder 11, Document 24

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  • Text: DATE “Io uh W& GUEST Rev. Ralph Abernathy Harvey Wheeler Theodore R. McKeldin Stokely Carmichael Rev. John Adams NIGHT CALL GUEST LINEUP FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE GUEST'S TITLE Acting President of SCLC Co-Author FAILSAFE Baltimore Urban Coalition Former Chairman SNCC Liaison to Poor People's Cantpaign June, 1968 ISSUE American Poverty A Moral Equilvalent to Riots Savinr our cities Racial Violence Poor People's Campaign ~{NCC) BOGOR IGG OR ICG aC GI I a a akc akc a 2 2 ac ak 2k akc ak ak a ak ak Aco ak ak ok akc a 2 fea afc aS a Safe Sa a a aS af 2S 2 ok 9 2 oe ae ae ae akc a ok ak a a 2 akc aka akc akc ak a okt ak ok akc ae ak akc aie ok ak 10 Lt 2 13 14 Rev. Dean Kelly Rev. Andrew Young H. C. McClellan Michael Halberstam William Hedgepeth Director for Civil and Religious Liberty - NCC Vice President - SCLC Council for Merit Employment Psychologist - Washington, D. C. Sr. Editor LOOK Magazine . Religious Obedience and Civil Disobedience Poor People's Campaign Jobs for Minority Groups Are you guilty of murding Martin L. King? America's Concentration Camps - Reality or Rumor? FIGS GRIGG GIG CCI I SCSI a a a ok 2k a 2k ok ak a oi a ak a ofc akc ak ok akc a of akc aca oc ac ae akc ai oie a AC os ok a ok akc ok aK ok ok ak a ok ok a oka ao a a 2 ak a a ae a a ok ak oe id 18 19 20 21 Dr. Robert E. Fitch Honorable Julian Bond Gen George M. Gelston Juan Gonzales Dr. Margaret Mead Professor of Ethics - Pacific School of Religion House of Representatives - Georgia Adjutant General of Maryland National Guards : Students for a Democratic Society (SDS - Columbia University) Anthropologist - Museum of Natural History Morality in the United States. The Negro and Politics. Your Property or their lives? What do the rebellious students want? Bravery Without Guns FEC OG GCC ICC A GI I I I ICR a a aI ack aC akc a ak ae akc ak ai ak ai aka ak a akc af 2 af af 2 2k ae a2 Fa ae a a ak a akc afc ak a ak a ak ak ak ok ak ok ak 27 28 John Gardner Dr. Truman H. Rap Brown Jackie Robinson Dr. Kenneth Clark President of the Urban Coalition Vice President - Columbia University Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) Special Asst. to Gov. Rockefeller Professor at City College Revolt of the Moderate Who's going to run the universities? Black Power Is the Church a joke? Is Integration out of date? ae fe 2 9 9 2G a ee oie fe oe fs og oe oe oe os ok oe oe 2 ok 26 a ok 2c iC ok ob ae oi oe ae akc a oie ae ao oie oc oie oft ofc ac fe okt os aS ok oe oft afk ofc of of ofc a af oc oc og oft oe ic afc ae a ak os oc oie ois ae ac ic akc aie as fe fg oS fe 2s ie og a fe i is oft 2 fe ke ie fe 2 2 fe 2s 2g a i os ac ak a ae it fe oie ie oie ae aE
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Box 7, Folder 11, Document 30

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  • Text: MN; ca OI aka NELSON PRICE, Executive Producer BEN LOGAN, Producer 475 Riverside Drive, Suite 420, New York, New York 10027 Telephone: 212/663-8900 EDWARD M. JONES, Director of Programming DEL SHIELDS, Host STATION RELATIONSHIPS Origination: NIGHT CALL originates in New York at 11:30 p.m, Eastern Time. The program is brought to your community by broadcast lines. Cost of broad- cast lines to your telephone company test board is borne by the producer. The loop and bridging costs from the telephone company to station are borne by the station, Charges: There are no program charges. Production costs are the responsibility of the producer. Station There will be three 70 second breaks--one each Cutaways: quarter hour-- during the one-hour broadcast: a 10 second station ID and 60 seconds for local commercials. Revenue from commercials is the station's, The choice and responsibility for such advertising rests with the station, Public Public service spots will be fed down the network Service line for the stations which want a completely Spots: packaged program. 7 Second NIGHT CALL will be fed live to the stations with Delay: no delay. There are two reasons why the show is not delayed nationally: a. The producer cannot assume this responsi- bility legally for the station; therefore, no attempt to do so is made, b. Acceptable air expression changes from market to market. What is acceptable in Chicago may be unacceptable in Sioux City. (Page 1 of two) Released in cooperation with the Broadcasting and Film Commission, National Council of Churches, and the National Catholic Office for Radio and Television (NCORT) Produced by TRAFCO/ Television, Radio and Film Commission of The United Methodist Church, Harry CG. Spencer, General Secretary, Producer Precautions: Station Identification on the Network: Audience Callers: Test Signal: Emergency Number : Regular Phone Number : The producer does have several precautions against abuse on the air: a. The calls are screened before being placed on the air. b. The host has override capability over both telephone lines. When the host speaks, the gain automatically lowers on the audience and guest lines. c. NIGHT CALL permits any point of view to be expressed. Ideas are attacked but persons are not. This basic respect for persons has effectively negated the bigot in the past. d. The audience caller can be taken off the air at the flip of the switch by the host. Participating stations are identified on the air when a listener calls in from that station's listening audience. NIGHT CALL accepts calls collect from listeners anywhere in the country. This cost is the responsibility of the producer. A program test signal with time checks will be sent down the line 15 minutes prior to starting time each night. To contact the producer during or near show time, call: 212/ 749-5400. In case of a line problem, call your local telephone company. The producer may be reached during office hours at: 212/ 663-8900. (Page 2 of two)
  • Tags: Box 7, Box 7 Folder 11, Folder topic: Urban Coalition | Miscellaneous | 1969
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Box 7, Folder 11, Document 22

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  • Text: LNG TIME SCHEDULE A NATIONAL RADIO ‘a ELEPHONE CALL IN SHOW ON VITAL ISSUES NELSON PRICE, Executive Producer BEN LOGAN, Producer 475 Riverside Drive, Suite 420, New York, New York 10027 Telephone: 212/663-8900 EDWARD M. JONES, Director of Programming DEL SHIELDS, Host CLOCK TIME LAPSED TIME TIME TO GO 11:30 PM 00:00 59:30 Standard cartridge tape opening establishing show and host with phone number. Guest is intro- duced by host and topic is established. Guest quizzed by host with audience calls taken at liberty. 11:43:30 13:30 46:00 Host gives break cue: "Stay tuned to the ‘Night Call' Net- work," followed by cartridge tape concluding with cue words, "...after station identification." 11:43:50 13:50 45:40 Stations cut for local commercial and Station I.D. OR stations take PSA fed down line (60 seconds) and then break for Station I.D. (10 seconds). 11:45:00 15:00 44:30 Cartridge tape standard re-intro with sound and telephone numbers (212 749-3311 or 212 866-5010). Host restates issue and re- identifies guest and call-in number. Host interviews guest and moves to callers as available. 11358330 28:30 31:00 | Same as 11:43:30 Lis: 56250 28:50 30:40 Same as 11:43:50 12:00:00 30:00 29330 Same as 11:45:00 12:3 13's. 30) 43:30 16:00 Same as 11:43:30 and 11:58:30 V2 s L250 43:50 14:30 Same as 11:45:00 etc. P2215,:06 45:00 14:30 Same as 11:45:00 etc. . 12:28:50 58:50 1:40 Host wraps up show, announces next night's issue and guest; followed by cartridge tape credit, with sound trailing out. 12:29:30 59.230 0:00 Show END. (revised 7/68) Released in cooperation with the Broadcasting and Film Commission, National Council of Churches, and the National Catholic Office for Radio and Television (NCORT) Produced by TRAFCO/ Television, Radio and Film Commission of The United Methodist Church, Harry C. Spencer, General Secretary,
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Box 7, Folder 11, Document 10

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  • Text: Postage ‘ Will Be Paid No Postage Stamp ‘=: Necessary By Addressee Mf Mailed in the || 2, United States 433 : n ccm BOOS N ESS; ROE TROY CARD First Class Permit No. 35590 Washington, D.C. THE WASHINGTON HILTON Connecticut Ave, at Columbia Road N.W. Washington, D.C. 20009 Att. Front Office Manager 9/67 TEL. Area Code 202 483-3000 GUEST ROOM RESERVATION REQUEST Name Address A.M. Arrival Dates scsiisetewegg 1ssttssia. eee Seagate HOUT yi Oe AM. Departure Date............. Hfiesee HOUS P.M MEDIAN RATE UNDERLINED PLEASE CIRCLE RATE DESIRED If rate requested is not available next available rate will be assigned .... SINGLES 18 19 20 21 22 24 ...DOUBLES 23. 24. 25 26 = 23 24° 25). 26 ..CABANAS .... 25 single 30 double .-- SUITES ALL RATES PLUS 5% D. C, SALES TAX Reservations must be received not later than two weeks prior to opening date of meeting. ROOMS WILL BE HELD ONLY UNTIL 6 P.M. ON DATE OF ARRIVAL, UNLESS GUARAN- TEED. AEROSPACE EDUCATION FOUNDATION National Laboratory for the Advancement of Education NOVEMBER 18 - 20, 1968
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Box 7, Folder 11, Document 9

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  • Text: Reservation/Registration Form THE NATIONAL LABORATORY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF EDUCATION Please Print November 18-20, 1968 ° Washington, D. C. Early Reservation/Registration (Honored Only Before October 1, 1968) NAME [J Check Enclosed or Bill Me Later TITLE al Special haerOti ah teers 5 ose $50.00 Regular Registration CRO ARIZATION EI Foll"Gonterence: atcacclecwt ton’ $60.00 ADDRESS Ely First-Dayt@nly)c cc iectss ote ce $25.00 Elssecond DayOnly sepaters ss grtres $25.00 CITY & STATE El. Third) DaysOnl¥ 4 shih c.aiete etree $25.00 Make checks payable to Aerospace Education Foundation BUSINESS REPLY MAIL No Postage Stamp Necessary If Mailed in the United States Or Any U.S. Military Post Office Postage Will Be Paid By — THE NATIONAL LABORATORY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF EDUCATION c/o Aerospace Education Foundation 1750 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W. Washington, D. C. 20006 FIRST CLASS PERMIT NO. 4623R Wash., D. C.
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Box 7, Folder 11, Document 11

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  • Text: 1815 H Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20006 Telephone: 347-9630 — CHAIRMAN: John W. Gardner CO-CHAIRMEN: Andrew Heiskell / A. Philip Randolph September 6, 1968 The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor of the City of Atlanta City Hall Atlanta, Georgia 30303 P Dear Mayor Allen: i Enclosed for your information as a member of the Steering Committee, is a schedule of the meeting planned for November. We hope you will note the date and make every effort to attend. In connection with the Coalition's media } relations and potential publications, we would appreciate your furnishing us with your current biographical data and your photograph. Sincerely, ; Christopher M. Mould Executive Assistant : to the Chairman Enclosure
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Box 7, Folder 11, Document 31

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  • Text: A, COMMURICATIONS RESOURCE FOR "T ESE CRisis _N THE NAT I ON" NIGHT PALL A National Radio Call-in Program Available for Broadcast in i.) Comaunity Produced by Television, Radio and Film Commission The, Unit ,, Methodist Church “a ee ycs Suite 420 "Panty New York 10027 ste ie i Released in .coopepation with the Wational Council of Churches The Wat iogad Catholic Office for Racio and Television e Age: an Jewish Committee ih >» Erdan Copl tion Augu.., 1968
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Box 7, Folder 11, Document 50

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  • Text: THE URBAN COALITION ACTION COUNCIL Memorandum on Budget Allowances for HEW and OEO I. HEW Appropriations EDUCATION Elementary and Secondary Education Act Activities ils Title I - Educationally deprived children Offers financial assistance to state and local public educational agencies to expand and improve their education programs to meet the needs of educationally disadvantaged children in low-income areas; also handicapped, delinquent, neglected, and foster children; children of migratory agricultural workers; and American Indian children attending Bureau of Indian Affairs schools. A wide range of educational activities is permitted so long as the focus is on services for educationally disadvantaged children. 1968 Appropriation $1,191 billion 1969 Budget Request L,2) billion 1969 House Allowance 1.073 billion HEW Appeal to Senate from House Allowance 126.873 million Dropout Prevention Programs A grant program direct to local education; agencies for carrying out programs to prevent dropouts in schools with a high percentage of dropouts and a high percentage of poor children. 1968 Appropriation vn S$ =--- 1969 Budget Request 30 million 1969 House Allowance oa—s HEW Appeal to Senate from House Allowance 20 million Bilingual Education Programs A federal grant program to local education agencies for the purpose of establishing and developing bilingual education programs. It is for public school systems that have schools with a high concentration of poor children coming from homes which speak other than the English language. 1968 Appropriation === : 1969 Budget Request 5 million 1969 House Allowance --=- HEW Appeal to Senate from House Allowance 5 million Teacher Corps A program to improve educational opportunities for children in areas having concentrations of low-income families by recruiting and training teaching teams for local educational agencies. The local school district selects corpsmen for its schools and administers the program locally. 1968 Appropriation $13.5 million 1969 Budget Request ; 31 million 1969 House Allowance 15 million HEW Appeal to Senate from House Allowance 9.667 million Ii. OEO Appropriations The House Appropriations Committee cut $300 million from the OEO request without indicating specific areas. The educational programs that would be cut drastically because of this reduction are Head Start, Upward Bound, and Follow Through. 1. Head Start A program designed for the economically disadvantaged pre-school child. The full year Head Start programs are primarily for children of age 3 up to the age the child enters the school system. Summer Head Start programs are’ for children who are eligible for kinder- garten or first grade, and will be attending school for the first time in the fall. 2. Upward Bound Upward Bound is a pre-college program for high school students from low-income families. Any accredited institution with residential facilities may submit a proposal for an Upward Bound program. Youngsters in their second or third year of high school whose families have annual incomes below the poverty line are screened and selected by the educational institution BORG aE ae the program. 3 Follow Through To sustain the gains made by children in Head Start programs funded by OEO and preschool programs funded by Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, as well as other quality preschool programs, the U.S. Office of Education in collaboration with the Office of Economic Opportunity has established the Follow Through program. July 18, 1968
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Box 7, Folder 11, Document 40

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  • Text: TUN se IND ess NELSON PRICE, Executive Producer - ; BEN LOGAN, Producer 475 Riverside Drive, Suite 420, New York, New York 10027 Telephone: 212/663-8900 EDWARD M. JONES, Director of Programming DEL SHIELDS, Host NELSON PRICE, Executive Producer of NIGHT CALL, has been a member of the TRAFCO staff since 1959. He is Director of the Radio and Television Department for TRAFCO (Television, Radio and Film Communications for The United Methodist Church). Mr. Price was Producer of the BREAKTHRU television series for children, Producer of several TRAFCO films and filmstrips, Executive Producer of the award winning AMERICAN PROFILE radio series, THE WORD--AND MUSIC weekly radio series, and THE MAN WITH A MIKE daily radio series. He is Chairman of the Radio Operations Committee of the Broadcasting and Film Commission, National Council of Churches, and Chairman of THE PROTESTANT HOUR Committee. He serves on the Executive Committee of the Protestant Radio and Television Center in Atlanta, is a member of the World Association for Christian Broadcasting, the National Association for the Study of Communications, and member of the Board of Managers and Executive Committee of the Broadcasting and Film Commission of the National Council of Churches. Mr. Price is a graduate of Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa and did graduate work in communications at the University of Chicago. He was Director of Public Relations for the Indiana Area of The Methodist Church from 1952-57, and held a similar position in Chicago from 1957-59, Mr. Price has four children and lives in Pomona, New York, Released in cooperation with the Broadcasting and Film Commission, National Council of Churches, and the National Catholic Office for Radio and Television (NCORT) Produced by TRAFCO/ Television, Radio and Film Commission of The United Methodist Church, Harry GC. Spencer, General Secretary,
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Box 7, Folder 11, Document 59

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  • Text: Office of lhe Cayor TELEPHONE ME£®3AGE Telephone No. Da q -— 32 Y ] “ Wants you to call [| Is here to see you {-] Returned your call [_] Came by to see you [_] Left the following message: pplies Crile 4.. i, Pafucl Dyit rhs KS abeTEn fea SA #5, eeu oF a Date: 2/8 Time /O'A5_ a.m./ p.m. f By £
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Box 7, Folder 11, Document 18

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  • Text: THE URBAN COALITION ACTION COUNCIL JOHN W. GARDNER CHAIRMAN 1819 H STREET, N.W. September 13, 1968 WASHINGTON, D.C. 20006 WEEKLY LEGISLATIVE REPORT Public Service Employment (The Emergency Employment and Training Act of 1968). The Public Service Employment will be offered in the Senate as an amendment to Manpower Develop- ment and Training Act extension. The move will be made by Senator Joseph Clark (D-Pa.), with the support of Senators Jacob Javits (R-N.Y.) and Winston Prouty (R-Vt.). It is possible that the MDTA will be scheduled for Senate action late next week. The Clark-Javits-Prouty amendment would provide for at least 600,000 public service jobs in the next two years. The MDTA passed the House on September 4, 1968 by a vote of 315 to 0. Appropriations. Final decisions on appropriations for key housing, education and antipoverty programs will be made ‘soon by Congress. HUD appropriations will be decided on when House and Senate Appropriations Committee members begin their confer- ences on the Independent Offices Appropriations bill Septem- ber 18. At stake are the amounts for urban renewal, model cities, rent supplements, fair housing administration and urban planning and research (see Appendix A for details). Appro- priations for the new programs in the recently enacted Housing Act will be sought in a supplemental appropriations bill that has not yet been sent to Congress. The Senate passed the education, antipoverty and man- power training appropriation bill (for the Departments of Labor and HEW and the Office of Economic Opportunity) Septem- ber 6. On the Senate floor major increases were voted over the House amounts for education of children from poor families (known as the Title I program), for OEO, the Teacher Corps and the new dropout prevention program. TELEPHONE; 202 293-1530 >a Most of the Senators named to the conference committee that will decide the final appropriations -- possibly next week -~- opposed the increases the Senate voted (see Appendix B for details). HUD Personnel Cutback. The tax surcharge - budget cut law (the Revenue and Expenditure Control Act of 1968) requires the Executive Branch to cut back its total number of employees to the number on June 30, 1966. This is to be accomplished by filling three out of every four vacancies. HUD employment increased by only 900 after the 1965 and 1966 housing laws for rent supplements and model cities were enacted. This 900-person increase will be wiped out and no provision made for administering the new programs in the giant 1968 Housing Act. The cutback is a harsh restriction on agencies such as HUD which have been assigned major new programs in the last two years. Congress has already taken steps to exempt the FBI, post office and air traffic controllers from the cut- back. APPENDIX A Housing Funds. In the conferences on the HUD-Independent Offices bill, these are the major programs on which the House and Senate conferees must settle their differences. (The two programs for which the House did not grant any appropriations were not yet authorized by law when the House passed the funds bill, so money could not be voted at the time.) Budget House Senate Senate Committee Passage (in millions of dollars) Urban Renewal $1,400. --- $1,300. $i1.,,.250% Urban Planning S55 38.8 38.8 47.5 Model Cities E000. 500. 1,000. 1,000. Urban Research 20. 10. LSv Ls Rent Supplement Contract Authority 65. 25% 65. 65. Fair Housing dhe see 9. i APPENDIX B Education, Labor and Antipoverty Funds. The Senate de- bated the Labor-HEW Appropriations bill September 4-6 and adopted four key amendments providing more funds for education and antipoverty programs than the Senate Appropriations Com- mittee and the House had recommended (see table below). No change was made in the House figure for manpower training programs, which is $400 million, some $13 million below the Budget. These were the key amendments: Title I education funds . were raised to the Budget figure of $1.2 billion after Senator Hill (D-Ala.), the bill's manager, agreed that each state should receive as much money for this program in fiscal 1969 as it did for this year. The amendment was offered by Senator Hart (D-Mich.) and met no opposition. Senator Pastore (D-R.I.) sponsored the amendment raising antipoverty funds $215 million over the House and Senate Com- mittee figure. Hill opposed the amendment and it was adopted on a narrow 37-26 vote. Although the Senate figure was $92 million under the Budget, Pastore said it was acceptable to OEO. Senator Nelson (D-Wis.), original sponsor of the Teacher Corps, presented the amendment increasing appropriations to the Budget level. Hill proposed that Nelson settle for $24,667,000, a compromise sum mentioned by HEW officials, but Nelson stuck by his higher figure and the Senate went along WE Ati The dropout prevention program, which was written into the 1967 antipoverty bill by Senator George Murphy (R-Calif.), will get its first appropriations if the House goes along with the Senate. Murphy's amendment raising the funds to $20 million was adopted on a 42-21 vote. Appropriations for the four programs, from Budget request to Senate passage: Budget House Senate Senate . Committee Passage (in millions of dollars) Title I Education $1,200. 91,073. $1;,1L23% $1,200. Teacher Corps 31%.2 15.0 17.3 31.2 Dropout Prevention 310). 00. 105 20. OEO Antipoverty 2,180. 1,873: 2,873. 2,088.
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Box 7, Folder 11, Document 53

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  • Text: THE URBAN COALITION ACTION COUNCIL JOHN W. GARDNER CHAIRMAN 1619 H STREET, N. W. WASHINGTON, D.C. 20006 August 2, 1968 WEEKLY LEGISLATIVE REPORT (Current as of August 2, 1968) FROM: THE STAFF THE STATUS OF SUBSTANTIVE LEGISLATION The Emergency Employment and Training Act of 1968 (Public Service Employment) The measure has not been reported by the Senate Labor and Public Welfare Committee. The extension of the Manpower Development and Training Act has been ordered reported by the Committee, and action on the measure has been delayed. Majority Leader Mansfield has indicated he will call it up in September. When the bill is considered by the full Senate, a bipartisan coalition comprised of Senators Clark, Javits and Prouty will attempt to amend it by adding the Emergency Employment Act to it. The House Select Subcommittee still has no plans to mark up the JOBS bill. The MDTA extension measure has received a rule by the House Rules Committee clearing it for floor action, but will not be acted on until Congress returns after the political conventions. Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968 On August Ist, the President signed into law the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968. Representatives of the Urban Coalition Action Council were present by invitation for the ceremony. ; A summary of the more important provisions of this very significant new act is to be found at the end of this weekly report. The Urban Coalition will be preparing a more detailed analysis of the law focusing on the new TELEPHONE: 202 293-1530 z GPa 2 potential it presents for local action. ‘This analysis will be distributed to local coalitions and made avail- ‘able to other parties on request when completed. THE STATUS OF APPROPRIATIONS MEASURES The proposed schedule of action on Appropriation bills concerning legislation of interest to the Action Council is: Ly The Housing and Urban Development Appropriations bill for Fiscal Year 1969 passed the House on May 8th and the Senate on July 12th. It now goes to the Conference Committee, which has waited un- til the HUD authorization bill was enacted into law. It will meet sometime in September although no meeting date has been set. As previously reported, the Labor-HEW (including OEO) Appropriations bill passed the House on June 26th. The Whitten Amendment, passed by a Teller (unrecorded) vote, prohibits the use of funds appropriated by the bill to force busing of school children, to abolish any school or to force secondary school students to attend a particular school against the choice of parents. The House approved serious cuts in Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (aid to schools in impoverished areas), the Teacher Corps and the Office of Economic Opportunity. The full Senate Appropriations Committee has marked up the bill. The Committee did not restore much of the education funding. The following list indicates how the Committee acted on the requests made by the Depart- ment of Health, Education and Welfare to restore funds cut by the House: REQUESTED APPROVED Title I, ESEA $126 mil $50 mil peep Out Prevention 30, mil |. ‘10 mil Bilingual Education 5 mail 10 mil Teacher Corps 9.6 mil 2.3 al NOTE: In addition, the Committee kept the OEFO appropriation at the low level approved by the House and retained the Whitten Amendment. New language was added to the Whitten Amendment by the Committee. It is believed that this language will substantially ameliorate its impact. The bill is scheduled for the Senate floor on September 4th. "Tt. is very important that every effort be made in the Senate to restore the House cuts in the HEW and OEO requests, and to defeat the Whitten Amendment, even though it has been amended. If you wish more information on the specific cuts in the HEW and OEO appropriations, please contact The Urban Coalition Action Council office. Due to the Congressional recess for the party conventions, the Action Council will not issue further weekly reports until the Congress reconvenes in September.
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Box 7, Folder 11, Document 27

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  • Text: Mm Lith ee TELEPHONE CALL IN SHOW ON VITAL ISSUES NELSON PRICE, Executive Producer BEN LOGAN, Producer 475 Riverside Drive, Suite 420, New York, New York 10027 Telephone: 212/663-8900 EDWARD M. JONES, Director of Programming DEL SHIELDS, Host ROLE OF THE GUEST ON NIGHT CALL The basic idea of NIGHT CALL is to get callers and the guest into down-to-earth dialogue in a way that helps the audience participate in the discovery of new information, new ideas, new understandings. The role of the guest is dual: 1. At the beginning of the program the guest enters into a brief and informal conversation with the host, Del Shields, to sharply focus and clarify important points. Because this section sets the give-and-take pattern of question and answer for the entire show, it is essential that this be an exchange between the guest and host, not a capsule summary of points by the guest. The key word in the NIGHT CALL idea is the word "Conversation." 2. The next step comes four or five minutes into the show when the host takes the first call. The caller puts his question or comment directly to the guest. Here again the idea is an exchange between caller and guest. If the guest keeps his answers short and sharply focused, the caller can respond with new questions and ideas. Thus, we begin to achieve what the audience is really looking for -- the chance to hear an average person putting his questions, comments and concerns to the expert, almost as in normal face-to-face conversation. Some guests, fearing important points will be overlooked, tend to unwrap several ideas at a time in the early part of the show. We have found that audience interest and caller response is much higher when the guest deals with one idea at a time. The natural progression of the show soon moves us on to new ideas. At three points in the program -- every 15 minutes -- there is a break for station identification. The guest stays on the line during these breaks. Released in cooperation with the Broadcasting and Film Commission, National Council of Churches, and the National Catholic Office for Radio and Television(NCORT) Produced by TRAFCO/ Television, Radio and Film Commission of The United Methodist Church, Harry C. Spencer, General Secretary,
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Box 7, Folder 11, Document 56

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  • Text: BALITIMORE Hon. Theodore R, MeKeldin, Chairman URBAN Dr. Homer E. Favor, Vice-Chairman ‘sino Parren J. Mitchell, Vice-Chairman OALITION Gilbert Rosenthal, Secretary Dr. Wilmer V. Bell, Treasurer Walter H. Lively, Executive Director . July 3, 1968 Dear Sir: As Chairman of the Baltimore Urban Coalition, I am writing to inform you that we have undertaken the task of mobilizing a group of outstanding local businessmen who are greatly con- cerned over the future of America's cities. These men numbering about 200 and representing a full range of the commercial interests of our city will be accompanied by Mayor Thomas D'Alesandro, III and leaders from religious, labor, educational, and civil rights groups when they journey to Washington next Thursday, July 11th to meet with the Mary- land Delegation to the Congress. It is our purpose to make it clear to our representatives that we care deeply about the conditions in Baltimore and all of the cities of the country and to urge them to give priority attention to Urban America and its people, We would like to urge you and the other local Urban Coalitions around the nation to act as the catalytic agents in your cities to activate similar demonstrations on the part of your local business leadership. We believe this is vitally important--that the timing is such that we have the opportunity to be effective with Congress and with the people at home who will be heartened by our show of concern. We share the sense of urgency expressed in John Gardner's letter to Congress on June 27th and this is our way of supporting it with the delegation in Congress. We sincerely hope that you will in some way join us in this effort to inform Congress of the con- cern of the American business community. Very truly yours, \ ’ 16 0, lU————_ io x feet Theodore R. McKéldin Room 3505 — 222 Saint Paul Place — Baltimore, Maryland 21202 — Phone: 752-8470 . =
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Box 7, Folder 11, Document 16

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  • Text: THE URBAN COALITION ACTION COUNCIL JOHN W. GARDNER CHAIRMAN 1819 H STREET, N. W. September 16, 1968 WASHINGTON, D.C. 20006 TO: Chairmen and Executive Directors of Local Urban Coalitions FROM: Lowell R. Beck, Executive Director SUBJECT: Senate Action on Public Service Employment Last month we asked you to call or telegram your senators, urging their support for the Clark-Javits-Prouty bill on Public Service Employment. Although we expected it to be offered as an amendment to the Manpower Development and Training Act extension, MDTA was not called up for a vote and no action was taken. ‘ It now appears that MDTA will be before the full Senate late this week or early next week. Once again, we call on you to let your senators know your feelings about the need for public service employment. Please ask them to support Senator Clark's amendment to the Manpower Develop- ment and Training Act Extension (S. 2938). Several days ago we asked you to urge your senators to support higher appropriations for education and poverty programs, and your response was most gratifying. Thanks to the combined efforts of many interested persons, the full Senate raised the appropriations figures significantly. We have another chance in these closing days of Congress to be heard on one of the most significant programs affecting our cities and would appreciate your assistance. Enclosed for your information is a factual memorandum on the latest version of the Clark-Javits-Prouty bill. LRB:im Enclosure TELEPHONE: 202 293-1530 <> a)
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Box 7, Folder 11, Document 52

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  • Text: SENATE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE Democrats Carl Hayden (Ariz.), Chairman Richard B. Russell (Ga.) Allen J. Ellender (La.) Lister Hill (Ala.) John L. McClellan (Ark.) Warren G. Magnuson (Wash.) Spessard L. Holland (Fla.) John C. Stennis (Miss.) John O. Pastore (R. I.) A. S. Mike Monroney (Okla.) Alan Bible (Nev.) Robert C. Byrd (W. Va.) Gale W. McGee (Wyo.) Michael J. Mansfield (Mont.) Edward L. Bartlett (Alaska) William Proxmire (Wis.) Ralph W. Yarborough (Texas) Republicans Milton R. Young (N. D.) Karl E. Mundt (S. D.) Margaret C. Smith (Me.) Thomas H. Kuchel (Calif.) Roman L. Hruska (Neb.) Gordon ET. Allott (Colo.) Norris Cotton (N. H.) Clifford P. Case (N. J.) Jacob K. Javits (N. Y.)
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