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SKULL
a play

new s The Associated Press
PRESIDENT NIXON'S SCHOOL-LUNCH POLICY was criti-
cized yesterday as making it impossible to feed the nation's
hungry children.
Chairman Carl Perkins (D-Ken), of the House Education andj
Labor Committee asked President Nixon to rescind Agriculture De-
partment regulations which reduce from 60 cents to 35 cents the
cost per meal the department will provide for hungry children.
He said the cost of financing the program to meet the state's
need would be $511 million. The administration had budgeted $390
million.
* * *
SOME 300 STRIKING TEACHERS at Oakland Community I
College (OCC) have been ordered back to their classrooms by a
restraining order issued by an Oakland County circuit judge.
The temporary injunction, issued Friday by Judge William Beer,
ordered the teachers to return to their classes or face contempt
of court charges.
The teachers are asking for a $400-a-year raise and a $30-a-1
month cost of living payment. Salaries for the OCC teachers present-
ly range from $9,450 for instructors to $20,629 for full professors.
VOLKSWAGENS have been described as totally unaccept-
able for the U.S. consumers by Ralph Nader and his Center for
Auto Safety.t
The center reported "serious design defects..,responsible for
the deaths and injuries of thousands of people."
A lengthy report by Nader and 20 research associates called the
familiar Beetle, or Volkswagen type I, this nation's- "annual version,
of the 17-year locust."
Even as measured against "very weak" federal safety rules, it
stated, Volkswagen has failed 14 out of 25 compliance tests over the
last three years, including critical safety-belt and gas-tank integrity
standards.
SECRETARY OF STATE WILLIAM ROGERS asked Foreign
Minister Takeo Fukuda for Japanese co-sponsorship of a two-
China United Nations proposal.
The discussion took place during the two day U.S.-Japanese
joint Cabinet parley that ended Friday night.
At a joint news conference, Rogers said failure of Japan to
join in co-sponsorship would hurt prospects for success of the move
at the United Nations. Fukuda indicated Tokyo had not yet decidedf
what it would do.
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Sunday, September 12, 1971 News Phone: 764-0525
Nixon sets talk
for Oct on new

waepieplan
WASHINGTON (1 -- President Nixon has set a target
date of mid-October for the announcement of the wage-price
stabilization system to follow the current freeze which is due
to expire November 13.
Nixon named the date during talks yesterday with his
Cost of Living Council, according to Treasury Secretary John
Connally.
Connally, head of the council, said Nixon asked for
specific recommendations by Sept. 30 from the council for
the "Phase II" restraints to follow the freeze. Nixon then
would have another week or
two to consult with interested T
economic groups before reach-
ing final , decisions, Connally
told newsmen. if
The Treasury chief declined to votes d w ri
discuss what form Phase II will
take but, in response to questions,
said he does not anticipate legis-
lation would be needed to imple-
e d whether this means that SAIGON (') - President Nguyen
the administration is ruling out Van Thieu announced last night
restraints on profits, dividends and he will step down as president of
interest rates which have been South Vietnam if hefails to re-
demaded y may laor uionceive 50 per cent of the votes cast
leadersand ,Democrats, he said in the October election' in which
"We don't rule out any possibili- he is the only candidate.
ties." While there will be only a.n e

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WILLIAM KUNSTLER addresses inmates at the Attica, N.Y.
state prison following a takeover of several cellblocks by prisoners
on Thursday.
Jal revolt near end,
inmate demands met

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administration plans to stick as
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ATTICA, N.Y. (4) - Prison of-
ficials agreed to most of the de-
mands of inmates holding 38
guards and civilians hostage and
the rebellion may soonbe ended,
Atty. William Kunstler said yes-
terday.
Kunstler, one of 30 citizens act-
ing as mediators in the uprising,
said prisoners have dropped a de-
mand that they be transported to
a "non-imperialist" country.
The convicts' other demands in-
clude greater political and re-
ligious freedom, an end to censor-
ship of reading materials, unlim-
ited communication with the out-
side world and training of guards
to understand their problems.
Prisoners were also demanding
the firing of the state prison sup-
erintendent. No one would say
what action would be taken on
that demand.
The prisoners, armed with bats,
knives, and clubs had seized four
cellblocks Thursday, and managed
to hold off a force of state troop-
ers armed with high - powered

rifles on the rooftops of buildings
around the. prison yard.j
The inmates were reported calm
and unifiedaby Kunstler. He said,
ref ering to a visit he paid Friday
night, "I got a feeling . . . of enor-
mous solidarity."1
The 38 hostages currently being
held by the prisoners are all re-
ported to be unharmed and in
good condition,
Grants cut for
1-year period,
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Wilson National Fellowship Foun-
dation here will not be held for
a year due to a lack of funds.-
Dr. Hans R osenhaupt, founda-
tion president, said Friday night
the competition will not be held in
the fall of 1972 but it is hoped to
have funds for the program the1
year after.

age, according to a White House
source. .
It will counter congressional
proposals for bigger relief for the
wage earner and the poor with
the argument that these groups
already have received big breaks.
INixon's tax plan, proposed when
he announced the wage-price
freeze on Aug. 15, includes an ad-
vance by one year of the $50 in-
crease in personal tax exemptions
scheduled for Jan. 1, 1973.
Many congressmen have said
there should be a bigger break for
the general taxpayer.
On the matter of international
monetary affairs, Connally said he
will carry no specific proposals
when he goes Tuesday to London
for a meeting of finance minist-
ers o fthe world's 10 leading capi-
talist industrial nations to discuss
the status of the dollar vis a vis,

ballot, Thieu explained that peo-
ple may vote against him by mu-
tilating or invalidating the ballot.
thus making the vote illegal.
"I will consider all regular bal-
lots as expresing confidence and
all irregular votes as expressing
nonconfidence," he said.
Although Thieu had said be-
fore he would step down if he
received a vote of -no confidence,
it was the first time. he had ex-
plained how such a vote could be
cast.
Thieu will be protected against
an election boycott protest because
the vote of confidence will be bas-
ed only on percentage of v o t e s
actually cast. Nevertheless, he ap-
pealed to voters to turn out "in
great numbers."
Thieu declared the election
should not be open to charges or
rigging because it would t a k e
place under the eyes of m any
groups, including opposition poli-
tical factions, international ob-
servers, and the press.

other currencies. There was no comment f r o m
He said he hopes for some pro- Nguyen Cao Key or Gen. Duong
gress at the meeting but added Van Minh, both of whom w I t h-
that he expects it to be "more ex- drew from the presidential r a c e
ploratory than final" in its de- charging the election was rigged
liberations. by Thieu.

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