Harry Mills Suffers Apparent Heart Attack Kir !a—· « »«»-··-*· Special To The Poet Harry Mills, of the Mills Brothers singing trio collaps ed a week ago after suffering an apparent heart attack dur ing a performance in Mel bourne, Australia, forcing the Trio to cancel the rest of its tour in Australia and Japan. Other two brothers, Herbert, 66, and Don, 63, said it was the first time they have had to cancel in 54 years. Audience Development Committee presented its Sixty Sixth Annual AUDI CP Re cognition Awards Monday night at the Symphony Space, at 96th Street and Broadway. The McDonald's All-Ameri can High School Band per: formed again this year at the Maey's Thanksgiving Day Parade in NYC and on New I si v\:n Si M M>S rMKVEftY WOMAN ΓΓ SEEMS TO HANG ON Ashford A Simpeoq ONE NATION UNDER A GROVE Funkadelic MARY JANE ■ Rick James THERE'LL NEVER BE Switch YOUR 5WEÉTNESS IS MY WBtlÛlESS/ Berry White LBTREAK Chte BLAME ΓΓ ON THE BOOGIE Jacksoos LOVE DONT LIVE HERE ANYMORE Rom Roy ce MAC ARTHUR PARK Donna Summer GOT TO BE REAL Cheryl Lynn UNLOCK YOUR MIND Staples LOST AND TURNED OUT WUspers ANGEL DUST Gil Scot-Heron TONIGHT'S THE NIGHT Betty Wright STANDUP Atlantic Starr DANCE (DISCO HEAT) Sylvester EASE ON DOWN THE ROAD « Diana Roes-Michael Jackson DONT HOLD BACK Chanson DISCO TO GO Brides of Funkenstein TAPE CITY 'i «■· 313β Sooth Tryon 523-0266 TOP 20 45'· IN 9TOCK ONLY 86e EA. Harry Belafonte ...To produce TV programs Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, Calif. The Band, under the direction of Paul Lavelle, was organized in 1967, to recognize and reward exceptional high school music ians. Nominations are made by high school band directors and McDonald's wishes more blacks, minority and inn»· city schools would participate. Of 22,000 nominations forms sent out for 1978, 3,500 were returned. Of 102 young music ians picked for the band, four were black. Minority schools should check McDonald's Cor poration at Oak Brook, Illi nois, 60821. Parks and Recreation Com missioner Gordan J. Davis has invited New Yorkers and visitors to visit a selection of the spectacular banners crea ted for The Cloisters' Annua) Medieval Festival at the New Arsenal Gallery through Dec ember. They are exhibited by the Dept. of Parks in coopera tion with The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Department of Urban Affairs, Cathy Chance, Director, and th^ Cloisters. .The Christmas Tree in Har lem Committee held a benefit "Jingle Bells Disco" on Nov. 30 at 22West Zodiac Room at 22 Wesi 145in street. Time: 6-10 p.m. New York artist Virginia Evans Smith is holding a one person exhibition of her recent prints and works on paper, "Terrains Revisited", at Viri dian Gallery, 24 West 57th St., from Nov. 28-Dec. 16. Influen ced by her travels through the Caribbean, the exhibit dis plays her versatility witb lith ography, intaglio, woodcut, coliograph, collage and exper imental combinations of these. She's the wife of Hank Smith, executive director of Children's Television Work shop's Community Education Services. Charles MeGregor's wond ering what's happening with the Black Media as far as his book "Up From The Walking Dead" is concerned. Charles is the ex-con who became fam ous as Fat Freddie in "Super Fly" and has since been seen in such films as "Blazing Saddle»," "The French Con nection," "Three The Hard Way" and others. Doubleday Dublished his "powerful" story in May. Twenty paper back publishers turned it down before then. Charles appeared this past week on the Joe PTankitn BMW· made a six city tour promot ing the book, but there's still a "blackout", he says, in the Black Media. narry neiaionte busy trying to get funds to produce 24 programs over a three-year period of Public TV which would include original screen plays by writers such as Lon nie Elder and James Baldwin, concerts and performances by troupe like Alvin Alley's as well as documentaries. National Public Radio pre sented a two-hour 50th Anni versary Salute to Lionel Ham pton which was heard on 200 public radio «.li» acro&s the U.S. The 60-year-old vibra phonist, drummer, pianist and bandleader began his career with Louis Armstrong and has played with almost every other jazz great of his genera tion. The Negro Ensemble Com pany is putting on a Four Play Theatre Festival, with each play performed two weeks only by the residents com pany, from Dec. 6 to Feb. 4. George Faison is no longer director-choregrapher of the plaqued "A Broadway Musi ical" which is Broadway- . bound. He's succeeded by Gower Champion. Also out is singer-disc jôcky Julius Louis Armstrong ...Jazz band leader La Rosa. 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