The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 20, 1964, Page Page 2, Image 2

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Sailor Proud Of State
Dear Editor:
While stading on in port
"afterbrow" watch on
board the U.S.S. Bon
Homme Richard (CVA-31),
I was watching a work de
tail unload goods onto a
pier in Aden, Saudi Arabia.
I felt a bit surprised but a
lot of pride when a few
dozen bronze tins of "Ne
braskets" went rolling down
the conveyor belts. I thought
Once Upon A Time
Once there was a country
that was divided into sev
eral states. One state was
where all the rugged indi
vidualistic bulls lived.
These bulls had an extreme
ly nasty habit of upsetting
apple carts. This state was
named Iceland after thier
great individualistic 1 e a d
er, Larry Icewater.
Another state was called
Washington. It had been
known as such since their
great senator, Light Bulb
Jackr a b b i t, had been
President during what was
called the Washington Hill
billy era.
Now we get to the state
where there's a lot of trou
ble. We'll call this one
Sheepland. Now the wool
from the white sheep was
being used for making white
sweaters. And the wool
from the balck sheep was
used for making black
sweaters. Now the gover
nor, Gorge Malice, who had
a peculiar habit of saying,
"I'm great", didn't like
black sweaters. And the
leader of the black sheep,
Brand X, who had a peculi
ar habit of saying, "I'm de
greatest," didn't like white
President- Jackrabbit
said, "Aw firmly declare
that we must have equality
of black and white sweat
ers". Larry Icewater didn't
really know what to say.
YR's Get
Dear Editor:
We find no basis for Mr.
Recker's assertions against
and indictments of the
Young Republican club on
this campus in the May 1st
issue of the DAILY NE
BRASKAN, and we pledge
our support to the operation
and success of any projects
proposed by the Y.R. club,
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mi w5?n-MVf circulation manager; JIM DICK, iubcription manager;
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SST".?" ,e tn,ve"''J' M"'nner ol
for what they caute to be prnted
Wednesday, May 20, 1964
the people on Ag Campus,
who developed these, would
like to know their product
is getting around.
I also saw some encyclo
pedias and text books from
People-To-People being de
livered. We had carried
some similiar goods to Di
egos Juarez, Madagascar,
and Mombasa, Kenya.
Ensign L. T. Dubas
Class of 1963
He was too busy thinking
up positive ideals and clear
cut answers to the coun
try's problems plus fight
ing off Thaw Icewater
And Gorge Malice con
tinued to say, "I'm great"
and Brand X continued to
say, "I'm de greatest".
The roosters of the cloak
decided that they were tired
of crowing about religion
and this equal sweaters is
sue looked a real good
cause. So they said.'To
heck with our other duties.
Let's get behind this move
ment". They started crow
ing about equal sweater
Meanwhile national elec
tions were coming up. and
President Jackrabbit
started an anti-mud puddle
campaign to get hogs out
of mud puddles. This was
his first mistake. He didn't
realize that hogs like mud
The he was informed
that Lassie Broad J a c k
rabbit, his wife, had a lot
of mud puddles on her land.
So he had to divorce her
to keep her mud puddles
out of the campaign. This
was his second and fatal
mistake. All the animals of
the country didn't like di
vorce. It made them feel
Moral of the story ani
mals do exceedingly well
in politics too.
with the knowledge that any
undertaking it proposes will
be those that all Republi
cans, regardless of individu
al views, may readily sup -port.
Mark Anderson, President
U. of N. Youth for Goldwa
ter Ken Lanka, Chairman
U. of N. Youth For Lodge
StudenT PublicXna. Pub
by the Subcommittee or any
the Nebraska are reaponsiblf
highly publicized Title VII
of the Civil Rights BUI be
gins today. About the first
one-third of It Is included
below. The remaining part
Title VII will be printed in
two installments, Thursday
and Friday.
Title VI
Nondiscrimination In
Federally Assisted
Sec. 601. Notwithstanding
any inconsistent provision
of any other law, no per
son in the United States
shall, on the ground of
race, color, or national ori
gin, be excluded from par
ticipation in, be denied the
benefits of or be subjected
to discrimination under any
program or activity receiv
ing Federal financial assis
tance. Sec. 602. Each Federal
department and agency
which is empowered to ex
tend Federal financial as
sistance to any program or
activity, by way of grant,
loan, or contract other than
a contract of insurance, or
guaranty, shall take action
to effectuate the provisions
of section 601 with respect
to such program or activity.
Such action may be taken
by or pursuant to rule, reg
ulation, or order of general
applicability and shall be
consistent with achieve
ment of the objectives of
the statute authorizing the
financial assistance in con
nection with which the ac
tion is taken. No such rule,
regulation or order shall be
come effective unless and
until approved by the Pres
ident. After a hearing, com
pliance with any require
ment adopted pursuant to
this section may be effected
(1) by the termination of or
refusal to grant or to con
tinue assistance under such
program or activity to any
recipient as to whom there
has been an express finding
of a failure to comply with
such requirement, or (2)
by any other means auth
orized by law: Provided,
however, That no such ac
tion shall be taken until
the department or agency
concerned has advised the
appropriate person or per
sons of the failure to com
ply with the requirement
and has determined that
compliance cannot be se
cured by voluntary means.
In the case of any action
terminating, or refusing to
grant or continue, assis
tance because of failure to
comply with a requirement
imposed pursuant to this
section, the head of the
Federal department or
agency shall file with the
Committees of the House
and Senate having legisla
tive jurisdiction over the
program or activity in
volved a fully written re
port of the circumstances
and the grounds for such
action. No such action shall
become effective until
thirty days have elapsed
after the filing of such re
port. Sec. 603. Any department
or agency action taken pur
suant to section 602 shall be
subject to such judicial re
view as may otherwise be
provided by law for similar
action taken by such de
partment or agency on oth
er grounds. In the case or
action, not otherwise sub
ject to judical review,
terminating or refusing to
grant or to continue finan
cial assistance upon a find
ing of failure to comply
with any requirement im
posed pursuant to section
602, any person aggrieved
(including any State or po- t.
mical subdivision thereof
and any agency of either)
may obtain judical review
of such action in accord
ance with section 10 of the
Administrative Procedure
Act, and such action shall
not be demed committed to
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unreviewable agency dis
cretion within the meaning
of that section.
Title VII
Equal Employment
Sec. 701. (a) The Con
gress hereby declares that
the opportunity for employ
ment without discrimina
tion of the types described
in sections 704 and 705 is a
right of all persons with
in the jurisdiction of the
United States, and that it
is the national policy to pro
tect the right of the individ
ual to be free from such
(b) The Congress further
declares that the succeed
ing provisions of this title
are necessary for the fol
lowing purposes:
(1) To remove obstruc
tions to the free flow of
commerce among the
States and with foreign na
tions. (2) To insure the com
plete and full enjoyment by
all persons of the rights,
privileges, and immunities
secured and protected by
the Constitution of the
United States.
Sec. 702. For the purposes
of this title
(a) the term "p e r s o n"
includes one or more indi
viduals, labor union, part
nerships, associations, cor
porations!, legal representa
tives, mutual companies,
joint-stock companies,
trusts, unincorporated organ
izations, trustees, trustees
in bankruptcy, or receivers.
(b) The term "employer"
means a person engaged in
an industry affecting com
merce who has twenty-five
or more employees, and
any agent of such a per
son, but such term does not
include (1) the United
States, a corporation wholly
owned by the Government
of the United States, or a
State or political subdivi
sion thereof, (2) a bona fide
private membership club
(other than a labor organi
zation) which is exempt
from taxation under section
501 (c) of the Internal Rev
enue Code of 1954: Pro
vided, That during the first
year after the effective date
prescribed in subsection (a)
of section 718, persons hav
ing fewer than one hun
dred employees (and their
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agents) shall not be con
sidered employers, and,
during the second year aft
er such date, persons hav
ing fewer than seventy-five
employees (and their
agents) shall not be con
sidered employers, and dur
ing the third year after
such date, persons having
fewer than fifty employees
(and their agents) shall not
be considered employers.
(c) The term "employ
ment agency" means any
person regularly undertak
ing with or without compen
sation to procure employees
for an employer or to pro
cure for employees oppor
tunities to work for an em
ployer and includes an
agent of such a person; but
shall not include an agency
of the United States, or an
agency of a State or politi
cal subdivision of a State,
except that such term shall
include the United States
Employment Service and
the system of State and
local employment services
receiving Federal assis
tance. (d) The term "labor or
ganization" means a labor
organization engaged in an
industry affecting com
merce, and any agent of
such an organization, and
includes any organization of
any kind, any agency, or
employees representa
tion committee, group, as
sociation, or plan so en
gaged in which employees
participate and which exists
for the purpose, in whole or
in part, of dealing with
employers concerning griev
ances, labor disputes,
wages, rates of pay, hours,
or other terms or condi
tions of employment, and
any conference, general com
mittee, joint or system,
board or joint council so en
gaged which is subordinate
to a national or internation
al labor organization.
(e) A labor organization
shall be deemed to be en
gaged in an industry affect
ing commerce if the num
ber of its members (or,
where it is a labor organi
zation composed of other
labor organizations or their
representatives, if the ag
gregate number of the
members of such other lab
or organization) is (A) one
hundred or more during the
first year after the effec
tive date prescribed in
subsection (a) of section
718, (B) seventy - five or
more during the second
year after such date or fifty
or more during the third
year, or (C) twenty-five or
more thereafter, and such
labor organization
(1) is the certified repre
sentative of employees un
der the provisions of the
National Labor Relations
Act, as amended, or the
Railway Labor Act, as
(2) although not certified,
is a national or interna
tional labor organization or
a local labor organization
recognized or acting as the
representative of employees
of an employer or employ
ers engaged in an industry
affecting commerce; or
(3) has chartered a local
union organization or sub
sidiary body which is rep
resenting or actively seek
ing to represent employees
of employers within the
meaning of paragraph (1)
or (2); or
(4) has been chartered by
a labor organization repre
senting or actively seeking
to represent employees
within the meaning of para
graph (1) or (2) as the loc
al or suborinate body
through which such em
ployes may enjoy member
ship or become affiliated
with such labor organiza
tion; or
(5) is a conference, gen
eral committee, joint or
system board, or joint coun
cil subordinate to a nation
al or international labor
organization, which includes
a labor organization en
gaged in an industry affect
ing commerce within the
meaning of any of the pre
ceding paragraph o f this
(f) The term "employee"
means an individual em
ployed by an employer.
(g) The term "com
merce" means trade, traf
fic, commerce, transporta
tion, transmission, or com
munication among the sev
eral States; or between a
State and any place outside
thereof; or within the Dis
trict of Columbia, or a pos
session of the United
States; or between points
in the same State but
through a point outside
Ih) The term "industry
affecting commerce"
means any activity, busi
ness, or industry in com
merce or in which a labor
dispute would hinder or ob
struct commerce or the free
flow of commerce and in
cludes any activity or in
dustry "affecting com
merce" within the meaning
of the Labor - Management
Reporting and Disclosure
Act of 1959.
(i) The term "State" in
cludes a State of the United
States, the District of Co
lumbia, Puerto Rico, the
Virgin Islands, American
Samona, Guam, Wake Is
land, the Canal Zone, and
Outer Continental Shelf
lands defined in the Outer
Continental Shelf Lands
Sec. 703. This title shall
not apply to an employer
with respect to the employ
ment of aliens outside any
State, or to a religious cor
poration, association, or so
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Se. 704. (a) It shall be art .
unlawful employment prac
tice for an employer
(1) to fail or refuse to
hire or to discharge any
individual, or otherwise to
discriminate against any
individual with respect to
his compensation, terms,
conditions, or privileges of
employment, because of
such individual's rac,
color, religion, sex, or na
tional origin; or
(2) to limit, segregate, or
classify his employees in
any way which would de
prive or tend to deprive any
individual of employment
opportunities or otherwise
adversely affect his status
as an employee, because of
such individual's race, col
or, reglion, sex, or national
(b) It shall be an unlaw
ful employment practice for
an employment agency to
fail or refuse to refer for
employment, or otherwise
to discriminate against, any
individual because of his
race, color, religion, sex, or
national origin, or to class
ify or refer for employment
any Individual on the basis
of his race, color, religion,
sex, or national origin.
(c) It shall be an unlaw
ful employment practice
for a labor organization
(1) to exclude or to expel
from its membership, or
otherwise to discriminate
against, any individual be
cause of his race, color, re
ligion, sex, or national ori
gin; (2) to limit, segregate, or
classify its membership in
any way which would de
prive or tend to deprive
any individual of employ
ment opportunities,
or would limit such employ
ment opportunities or oth
erwise adversely affect his
status as an employee or as
an applicant for employ
ment, because of such indi
vidual's race, color, relig
ion, sex, or national origin;
(3) to cause or attempt
to cause an employer to dis
criminate against an indi
vidual in violation of this
(d) It shall be an unlaw
ful employment practice
for any employer, labor or
ganization, or joint labor
management commit
tee controlling apprentice
ship or other training pro
grams to discriminate
against any individual be
cause of his race, color, re
ligion, sex, or national ori
gin in admission to, or em
ployment in, any program
established to provide ap
prenticeship or other train
ing. (e) Notwithstanding any
other provisision of this ti
tle, (1) it shall not be an,
unawful employment prac
tice for an employer to hire
and employ employees of a
particular religion, sex, or
national origin in those cer
tain instances where relig
ion, sex, or national origin
is a bona fide occupational
qualification reason ably
necessary to the normal op
eration of that particular
(Con't on p. 3)
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