Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 20, 1972 · Page 18
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August 20, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 18

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"I don't agree with everything the President has done," said Jones, "and most blacks don't either. But I'm happy with an what it preaches and doesn't just give us rhetoric." Jones said Nixon had appointed the first black admiral, the first black member of the Federal Communications Commission and the first black to the Military Court of Appeals. "He has appointed more black generals, more black ambassadors and more blacks to super- State's Physicians Convene Tfcw Week WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS - Dr. Worthy W. McKinney of Becktey will be imUJled as president of the West Virginia Stall, Medical Amu. during the 106th annual meeting at the Greenbrier beginning Wednesday. Among the topics which will to diaeuned by physicians will be hypertension, cancer and drug abuse. More than 180 persons are expected to register. ._ The speakers will Include Dr. Richard S. Wilbur ot Washington, D. C., a»»i»ttnt secretary of defense for health and environment and Dr. Carl A. Hoffman of Huntingtan, president of the American Medical Committee watered down a pro- x»sal to be presented to the convention Monday and a floor Ight is brewing in an effort to strengthen it. Paul Jones, a black official of the Committee to Re-Elect the President, said Saturday the 150 black delegates and alternates will caucus Monday to draft an alternate. The National Women's Political Caucus is joining the fight. Present GOP rules require itate parties to take "positive action" to assure participation in party affairs by all segments of the voting population. The na- . , , . , _ ional committee, hoping to avoid gade levels in the government program. a series of challenges to state ^legations in 1976, changed the wording to require only that the tate parties "strive" to afford equal opportunity to participate. Jones said the black delegates also will draw up a list of irograms on which they want lie Nixon administration to act during the next four years. He and two other blacks work- ng for Nixon's re-election said t a news conference that the 'resident would get strong sup- ort from black voters in Nov- mber. ' "We certainly will more than ouble the 8 to 10 per cent he ot the last time," said Robert rown, a special assistant to than any other president," be said. The black political leader* who were at the Democratic National Convention were not there to address themselvw-to the needs of the blacks, said Sexton, but to feather their own nests. f £% Coal Research Granted MORGANTOWN - West Virginia University has received a $15,000 grant from the U. S. Office of Coal Research to continue optimization studies of coal-to-gas conversion systems. Dr. C. Y. 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