Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on February 22, 1970 · Page 35
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KLFUBLlO S-A Tttt ArtWna RefmblfC SO Sunday, Feb. », 1970 White LDS choir gets touch of color SALT. LAKE CITY (AP)- TherY ate two new faces- black faces in a sea of white ones—in the famed 375-voice Mormon Tabernacle Choir. For the first time in more than 50 years the 122-year-old choir has two Negro members. Both are converts to the Mormon Church. One, Mrs. Wynetta Martin, sang with the choir for the first time Jan. 22 at funeral services for the church's {Hi- year-old president, David 0. McKay. The second. Marilyn Yuille, auditioned for choir director Richard P. Condie in December and sang at her first performance two days later. The Mormon Church has been coming under increasing attack for its policy of denying the priesthood to Negro members. Women don't hold the priesthood. Exact records haven't been kept, bat one choice spokesman indicated there have been no Negroes in the choir for at least 50 years. Miss Yuille is a graduate student in music at the University of Utah and has a music teaching certificate. Mrs. Martin, mother of two daughters, has been employed as a clerk-typist. Yale coeds seefc improved women-men ratio New York Times Service NEW HAVEN, Conn.- About 40 of Yale University's new coeds invaded a quiet Alumni Day luncheon in Freshman Commons yesterday and, with clenched fists and placards, protested the ratio of women to men in the student body. One coed strode to the dias, seized a microphone and lectured the 1,000 stunned guests for three minutes on the plight of women at Yale- contending that coeds were overcrowded and outnumbered and that coeducation at Yale was a "myth." As she spoke, other coeds in the obviously well-planned demonstration marched among the tables of alumni diners carrying signs reading, "End Women's Oppression," and "Women Up Worn Under." THc alumni and their wives, clad in business suits and cocktail dresses for the quiet formality" of the- occasion, gaped in amazement at the protesters, most of whom wore blue jeans, sweaters and jackets. "That's apparently the way young ladies do things today, •' the wife of one alumnus commented. DIPLOMAT TO SPEAK . David G Nes, retired foreign diplomat in the Middle East, will speak at the Arizona Friends of the Middle East dinner at 7 p.m. March 7 at the Smokehouse Restaurant, 4701 N. 16th St. The school admitted women for the first time last fall — 250 as freshmen in a class of 1,200 and 300 upper- class coeds in the 4,000-member student body. Plans call for adding 250 women to a freshman enrollment of 1,250 next fall, as'an experiment before finally establishing a coeducational format. The proteslnrs, all white girls, identified themselves as members of an organization called "Women for a Better Yale." Brandeis president seeks Senate seat NEW YORK (AP) - Morris B. Abram will resign tomorrow as president of Brandeis University and run for U.S. senator in New York, a source close to him disclosed Friday night. Abram, 51, who maintains a legal residence in Pawling, N.Y., will announce his resignation at a news conference at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow on the Brandeis campus in Waltham, .Masjs,^ the source said. He baa been president of Brandeis since 1968. All-new Biggest economy news since Maverick. •i Three new versions of America's all-time economy champ. 4"#* America's best-selling new car. Maverick. Still $1995: * Ford's suggested retail price for the car. White sidewall tires are not included; they are $30.00 extra. Since dealer preparation charges (if any), transportation charges and state and local taxes vary, they are not included, nor is extra equipment that is specially required by state laws. Now Ford brings you a new line of 6-passenger money savers. Choose the stylish 4-door sedan (shown above), 2-door sedan or station wagon. The smooth power, top economy of Ford's reliable 155-hp 250 CID Six is standard. And all offer Twice-a-Year Maintenance features, such as 6,000 miles between oil changes, 36,000 miles between chassis lubrications. See the f new Falcon at your Ford Dealer's now. Your Ford Dealer's lowest priced station wagon. America's lowest priced si%passenger 2-door sedan. FORD Your Ford Dealer's lowest priced car. new Extra Savings on White Sale SpecfelS and Used For more Information on Falcon or Maverick see your Ford Dealer. Or write to: (Name of catalog you want), Dept. N-19, P.O. §oxW3, Dearborn, WeMgan4&(zi. DON SANDERSON FORD, INC READ MUl,LAN FORD CO; ' DESERT FORD 5300 Grand Av«ue. P.O. Bo, 938, , Arizona 1550 Et C amelb«k Road. Phoenix. ArUona CANYON FORD, INC, 2600 Grand Avenue at Tfaomat Rood, Phoenix. Arizona CarmHb«k and *om«W Rpoda, Scomdal,, Ariiona '• BERGE FORD j 5 6 |. MO J B , M< 4 0i

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