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This edition of the Voice is eight pages long. The first page has an article about the goal to increase the 'black population' by 150 for next year. A junior at the Wooster High School, Bob Carpenter, was sentenced to 48 hours in jail last weekend, in that time he was beaten by the inmates. The cost of living will continue to increase because of inflation. Students are participating in a ten day fast for this month's Moratorium. One article honors the death of Brother Lumumba Patrice of Congo, Africa who died January 17, 1961. Page two features the usual letters to the editor, and an article about the draft. Page three features a warning to drug dealers.
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BSA, jail, inflation, cost of living, fasting, Moratorium, Brother Lumumba Patrice, Letters to the editor, draft
College athletics; College newspapers; Advertisements; Moratorium on payment of debts; Inflation (Finance); Fasting; Draft; Letters to the editor
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1970-01-16" (1970). The Voice: 1961-1970. 211.