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nuac national urban affairs council, inc. Muhlbach Hotel Kansas City, Mo. MAY, 1979 19 S. LaSalle Street, Suite 202 Chicago, IL 60603 OFFICERS Melvin C. Hopson - Chairperson Montgomery Ward & Co. - Chicago James R. Hardin - Vice-Chairperson Zale Corporation - Dallas Naurice Roberts - Corresponding Secy. Kaiser Broadcasting Co. - Chicago Lenora J. Lawe - Recording Secy. Zale Corporation - Dallas Malcolm M. Stewart — Treasurer SPERRY Div. of Sperry Rand Corp. New York Chrystal L. Veazey - Gen. Counsel Prudential Insurance Co. - Chicago REGIONAL PRESIDENTS Pete Brown - Southeast METRO - Washington, D.C. Charles E. Curry - Midwest Quaker Oats Co. - Chicago Octave M. LaBeet - Northeast Bank of New York - New York Frederick White - Southwest St. Lukes Hospital - St. Louis BOARD OF DIRECTORS Irving Baker Southern Methodist University - Dallas Benjamin Beverly General Motors Corporation - Detroit Betty Lou Dotson ACTION - Washington, D.C. Joseph Farrar Equitable Life Assurance Society New York James Franklin Economic Opportunities Foundation, Kansas City Willie Jones Supermarkets General Corporation Woodridge NJ Gloria Tucker Morrow ITT - New York Carl Murrain Illinois Bell Telephone Co. - Chicago James Nixon ITT - New York Jotie Pettus Lohr Distributing Co. - St. Louis Donald Pruitt Sears, Roebuck & Co. - Skokie IL Ernest A. Richardson St. Regis Paper Co. - New York M. Paul Rousseau Picker Corporation - Cleveland Preston Vanderford St. Louis Dispatch - St. Louis Y. B. Williams Newport News Shipbuilding - Newport News VA [[Large photo of smiling man wearing glasses and a suit]] MELVIN C. HOPSON President 61
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