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Friday, January 8, 1971

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-Associated Press
Combat on the Mekong
A Republic of South Vietnam landing boat, loaded with fuel products, burns Wednesday in the
Mekong river after being shelled by North Vietnamese and National Liberation Front gunners.
The boat was attempting to run an enemy blockade.
ST. LOUIS SUBURB
Govt. faces integration test
WASHINGTON OP) - T h e The Department of Housing and The $1.8 billion project was to
American Civil Liberties Union Urban Development requested the be financed with government sub-
filed suit yesterday in a suburban Justice Department Nov. 6 to chal- sidies under the program of hous-
zoning incident where the Nixon lenge the action of the small St. ing for low and moderate income
administration's reluctance to act Louis suburb. families.

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news briefs,
By The Associated Pres
THE FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD approved a reduction of
the discount rate of the major reserve banks from 51 to 5! per
cent yesterday, to take effect Jan. 8.
The last change in the discount rate, which governs the cost of
borrowing from the Federal Reserve system by members banks was
last Nov. The rate going into effect is the lowest since August 1968.
BLACK REVOLUTIONARY ANGELA DAVIS' attorneys,
calling the case against her a "sham," have asked that murder,
kidnap and conspiracy charges against her be dropped.
The defense for the former UCLA philosophy instructor said in
their motions: "Proof of her guilt is not evident and the evidence is
weak."I
Davis, a 24-year-old avowed Communist, is accused of furnish-
ing the four guns used in an escape attempt last Aug. 7 in a San
Rafael, Calif. court in which a judge, two convicts and a 17-year-old
youth were killed.
THE PENTAGON says it is sending investigators around the
world to find out how much Food for Peace money has been con-
verted into arms for war.
In a Joint Economic Subcommittee meeting yesterday Pentagon
spokesmen said that exact figures on U.S. military aid to other coun-
tries were not currently available.
In addition, they hesitated to give a country-by-country break-
down of classified military assistance funds, saying such informa-
tion could be "embarrassing to the Defense Department."
*s s *
LT. VULF ZALMANSON, the last of 15 Soviet Jews to face
trial for plotting to hijack a Russian plane, has been sentenced
to 10 years in a labor camp, according to Jewish sources.
Groups of protesters visited the U.S. embassy in Moscow to com-
plain of militant Jewish demonstrations against Soviet citizens in the
United States. The Soviet government itself charged American Jews
of conducting a "program" against Russians living in the U.S.
The charges followed demonstrations by b o t h American and
British citizens against treatment of Soviet Jews.
THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA FACULTY has voted
to continue research for the Atomic Energy Commission, includ
ing nuclear weapons development.
The faculty vote is advisory and will be relayed to the Board'of
Regents at their next meeting.
300 CHARGED
inines on pot' watch

has become a major issue.
The ACLU askeda federal dis-
trict court in St. Louis to over-
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change by Black Jack, Mo.,
excluded blacks from what
planned as a $1.8 billion goi
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ment project.
4 AA schoool
chief quits

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that
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Secretary of Housing George There have been other challen-
Romney said Wednesday the re- ges to allegedly discriminatory
zoning was "a blatant violation suburban zoning practices. But
of the Constitution andthelaw." the Black Jack case has taken on
The administration, nevertheless, etasgiiac eas ti
has deferred action on his depart- extra significance because it is a
ment's request until it determines test of the Nixon administration's
its over-all policy on enforcement intentions in o p e n housing en-
of open housing. forcement.
- ACLU attorney Lawrence G. --
Sager said the suit represents the
most dramatic challenge yet of
suburban zoning practices t h a t
produce "tight little islands of
jracial exclusivity." a t c
T siwafled in behalf of ci rune ct
the nonprofit promoters of t h e
2 14-unit garden apartment com- CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. (P
plex, the Park View Heights Corp.,:} Corps is crediting the keen nose
and St. Louisis citizens alledegly CrisGrdangsheed os
denied the opportunity' f o r im- trained German shepherd dogs
proved housing. marijuana less of a problem on
military amphibious bases.
lHe cited St. Louis as a perfect
example of "the white noose" of Some 300 leathernecks have
suburbs surrounding a predomi- with marijuana possession, the ba
nately black inner city. Black pop- the pooches sniffed out cacheso
ulation in suburban St. Louis stuff.
Count is about 2 per c e n t, the!
suit said.t Six of the specially trained anir

THE
GOLDEN
RING

Ann Arbor superintendent ofI
schools, W. Scott Westerman Jr.,I
has announced his resignation ef-
fective June 30.
In a surprise statement before
the board Wednesday, Westerman
said he would leave his position
twhen his four-year contract ex-
pires. Although the board had in-
vited him to renew his contract
for another three years, Wester-
man said his quitting would give
the school system a "fresh per-
spective."
"In this time of rapid change, it
is my strong belief that the school
district will benefit more from a
new superintendent with fresh
perspectives and energies than
from continuity of leadership."
Declining to elaborate, the sup-,
erintendent said only that his de-
cision was final and "in the best:
interests of all concerned."!

) - The Marine
es of a pack of
w i t h making
this largest of
b e e n charged
ase says, because
of the forbidden
Imals patrol bar-

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PENNY TRICKETT
GEORGE & GERRY
ARMSTRONG
RUTH MEYER

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racks, offices, gates and even travel at times to
other bases.
One dog, Rebel, once detected 53 ounces at a
single sniffing. Another, Doc, detected 50 ounces
inside a footlocker.
"It was as if Doc had radar," says Sgt. Robert
E. Davis. "We stepped into a squad bay and, the
minute I unsnapped the leash, Doc went directly
to the footlocker and started pawing."
The program began in September 1969 and a

base spokesman says it has been a big success.
He says the 300 Marines have been charged with
possession of marijuana as a result of canine ef-
forts and the flow of the narcotic onto the base
has been reduced.
As prosecution records are returned to indi-
vidual units, the spokesman had no figures on the
number of convictions.
The dogs cost $1,000 each and undergo three
months of special training to learn to zero in on
the characteristic odor of marijuana. The ani-
mals are on duty almost daily, but at irregular
times.
Handlers take them to barracks when unit
commanders ask for them. Sometimes they are
taken to the post office to sniff packages. They
regularly turn up at the six entry gates, where a
sentry assigns them to sniff cars if he sees any-
thing suspicious. On a surprise visit to the Ma-
rine base at Twentynine Palms, Calif., the dogs
detected marijuana in 26 cars.

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