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THIS FRIDAY! DEC. 4!
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NEWS PHONE: 764-0552
BUSINESS PHONE: 764-0554

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news Asdbriefs
By The Associated Press

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CLASSES WERE SUSPENDED and tension was high yester-
day at Chile's University of Conception.
A clash between young Communists and left wing extremists left
one student dead and another wounded.
The violent battle, involving chains, sticks and pistols, was the
most dramatic confrontation yet between the Communists and the
Revoluionary Leftist Movement-MIR-an extremist groupwhich in
the past has taken part in urban terrorism and bank robberies.
The fight began about noon Wednesday when student members
of the "Ramona Parra Brigade," the tough shock troops of the Com-
munist party, were surprised by MIR militants as they destroyed
MIR posters for next Wednesday's Student Federation elections.
Marxist President Salvador Allende, who has Communists in his
coalition government, asked the students to "re-establish a climate
of democratic co-existence . . . discarding all forms of aggression."
The police did not move in to quell the incident, because, authori-
ties said, "the government respects university autonomy."
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PALESTINIAN GUERRILLAS and Jordanian troops clashed
for two hours in Amman last night.
A Fatah communique reporting the incident said 12 civilians
were killed and wounded in the clash, which appeared to be the most
serious fighting in the capital since last September's civil war.
Fighting erupted when three security forces vehicles mounting
heavy machine guns arrived at the newly opened police station in
Jebel Marikh near the guerrilla stronghold of Wahdat refugee camp,
Fatah said.
Its communique said people gathered near the vehicles, protest-;
ing their presence. Security men started shooting in the air "and1
sometimes on the people."i
Palestinian militia guarding the camp and guerrilla officers re-
turned the fire in self-defense, the communique said.
Jordanian army positions in and around Amman immediately
opened fire in all directions, it added.
THE NIXON ADMINISTRATION yesterday sued the state of
Alabama and an Alabama judge who refused to issue a marriage
license to a white Army sergeant and his black .fiance.X
This suit, the first such action ever taken by the federal govern-
ment, seeks to void Alabama's anti-miscegenation laws.
When asked whether the state statute was voided in 1967 whenl
the Supreme Court ruled a Virginia anti-miscegenation law uncon-
stitutional, Alabama Deputy Asst. Atty. Gen. John Bookout said, "The
Alabama law is still law until it is stricken down. They don't justl
wipe these laws off the book all over the United States because of1
one ruling."f
HOUSE-SENATE CONFEREES agreed yesterday on a $387
million family planning bill to fund a federal office for con-
trolling population growth.1
The bill authorizes the funds to be distributed to public and pri-
vate nonprofit organizations to advise persons on means of controll-
ing birth and issuing contraceptives. -
In addition, research grants also can be awarded to conductV
studies into fertility, methods of contraception and the reproductivet
system.t
The bill prohibits expenditures of federal funds for abortions.
The Department of Health, Education and Welfare will administers
the funds and coordinate all federal programs dealing with birthf
control.

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Separati~sts on
trial in Spain
as strikes ,erupt
BURGOS, Spain (N) - Sixteen Basque separatists were
court-martialed yesterday, as police and army troops sealed
off the two-block area adjacent to the courtroom here.
The kidnaping of a West German diplomat and wide-
spread strikes protesting the trial heightened the tension in
the courtroom.
The 16 Basques face charges ranging from banditry to
terrorism and murder. The prosecution demands the death
penalty for six charged with the murder of a political police

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-Associated Press
HOUSE SPEAKER JOHN McCORMACK (left) and Majority
Leader Carl Albert (right) criticize the Nixon administration's
economic policies at a press conference yesterday.
De~mocrats call for
wage price freezes
WASHINGTON ( P) - Three Democratic congressional leaders
called yesterday for an immediate temporary freeze on all wages and
prices.
Senate Majority Leader Mike Mansfield (D-Mont.), H o u s e
Speaker John McCormack (D-Mass.) and Majority Leader Carl Al-
bert (D-Okla.) urged a return to the policy of exerting presidential
pressure on industry to keep wages and prices down.
They charged President Nixon with leading the country into the
longest recession since the 1930's by pursuing an economic policy
based on "insipid . . . futile . . . after-the-fact hand slapping and
fingerpointing."
Three days ago the administration issued its second inflation
alert that singled out contract settlements or suggested settlements
in construction, rail and auto industries as contributing to increased
inflation. .-
Such alerts, the Democratic
leaders said, are useless.C
They called for an immediate
30-to 60-day wage-price freeze,:N
which the President e a'n order a yrd
under interim authority given him v yeo rd
by Congress earlier this year.
Then, they said, the President WASHINGTON (T)A -'Secret
should immediately reinstitute a J
policy of suggesting voluntary' John Chafee yesterday ordered 1
ceilings or guidelines for annual immediately the dumping of all
wage-price increases and take a other wastes.
vigorous personal role in seeing Chafee acted as a massive oi
that labor and industry abide by the Atlantic off Florida's coast.
them.
Mansfield said that all future The 500,000 gallons of oil, v
labor contracts should include a 135 miles of shoreline from the
cost-of-living escalator clause that to Daytona Beach was dumped Z
would make big catch-up settle- two Navy barges 55 miles at sea
ments unnecessary. "I assume that at least part
Albert said that after the wage- from those barges," said Capt.
price freeze period the President frmthsbag,"aiCp.
should gather "the best brains he manding officer of Mayport Navi
can find" to work out long-range dispatched the barges.
solutions to inflation and unem- Dietz was named by Rear Adn
ployment. Worth Jr., commander of the J
Mansfield a n d Albert bitterly complex, to head a Navy task
criticized Nixon for saying he did cmlx oha ayts
not believe in the voluntary guide- work with state and city governn
line policy of his two Democratic the petroleum pollution.
predecessors. Dietz said he had ordered the
"The pronouncement," s a i d der a 1924 law repealed earlier th
Mansfield, "removed in effect all That law was replaced by th
governmental restraint and influ-
ence to maintain wages and pric- Improvement Act signed by Pre
es 'within responsible limits." 1 April 3. The new law prohibits +

chief two years ago and jail
terms totaling 752 years for
all the defendants.
A steel-helmeted riot policeman
stood behind each of the Basques
as they heard the presiding colonel
deny a defense motion to sus-
pend the trial until the Spanish
Court has a change to rule on a
petition asking for a civil pro-
ceeding. Terrorism is a military
crime under Spanish law.
Eugene Beihl, the honorary West
German consul at San Sebastian,
was kidnaped Tuesday by a group
that claimed to belong to "Basque
Land and Liberty," a terrorist or-
ganization known by its Basque
language initials at ETA.
In Madrid, an ETA communique
denounced Beihl's kidnaping and
said the abduction was carried out
by a renegade group using the sec-
ret organization's initials.
The kidnapers sent word to a
French Basque group in Bayonne
that Beihl's fate would depend on
the outcome of the trial.
Reports from San Sebastian said
work stoppages in the Basque
province of Guipuzcoa were all
but complete. Twenty persons were
reported arrested in clashes be-
tween workers and police.
In Vizcaya, another Basque
province, sources said as many as
12,000 were out on strike, but
others indicated the number was
much higher.,

Female job
market tight
WASHINGTON ( The La-
bor Department s a i d yesterday
that the 1970's "may have a par-
ticularly adverse effect" on the
burgeoning crop of women college
graduates, who in the past have
spearheaded the drive against
sexism.
"The increasing participation of
women in the labor force and the
narrow range of professions in
which the majority of them seek
employment are at the heart of
the women workers' problem," the
department said in the fall issue
of Occupational Outlook Quarter-
ly.
It cited these factors:
-A projected tremendous In-
crease in women college gradu-
ates through 1980.
-A continuing absence of any
but highly talented and motivat-
ed women in such high-opportun-
ity fields as medicine, law, en-
gineering and science.
The department said the out-
look for college graduates gener-
ally also is less rosy than in the
past decade.

HAFEE DIRECTIVE
,red to stop dumping

THE PROJECT COMMUNITY
Children's Film Festival
presents
Alice in Wonderland-
Unicorn in the Garden-
Mr. Magoo as William TelI
(FREE REFRESHMENTS)
Sat., Dec. 5th 10 A.M.-12 Noon
Admission
50c Little People Canterbury House
$1.00 Big People 330 Maynard

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the Navy toistop
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1 slick drifted in
which threatened
Georgia border
Monday night by
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of the oil is that
Don Dietz, com-
al Station, which
n. Lawrence Hey-
acksonville Navy.
force which will
ments in fighting
oil dumped un-
is year.
e Walter Quality
sident Nixon on
dumping oil, in-

cluding sludge, in harmful quantities within 50
miles of shore.
I&rmon Shields, director of the Florida Marine
Resources Department, asked the Navy not to
dump chemicals on the oil.
"There is no known chemical that will break
down the oil without harming fishing areas," he
said.
Elgin White, director of information for the
Department of Natural Resources, said a plan iad
been prepared to launch a cleanup operation if
the oil washed ashore.
Dietz said Wednesday that the Navy at May-
port has been in the habit of dumping its oil
wastes more than 50 miles at sea about eight times
a year, but usually it consisted of 90 per cent wa-
ter.
Mike Wenzel, a Jacksonville waste oil dealer,
said he tried to find a buyer for this batch and
ran tests which he said showed it more than 90
per cent oil and less than 10 per cent water.
Because it had 1.6 per cent sulphur context, he
said, he found no market for it.

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- a keeper for her treasures is one of the
nicest gifts. Each musical jewelry chest in
our collection is itself a unique treasure.
A. Wood chest with lid, 8%x5" high, $10.
B. Baroque silver-tone box, 7x5" high, $20.
C. Large five-drawer chest in fruitwood
with grill doors, 11x14" high, $20.
c:

BLACK RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE
(A SERIES OF LECTURES)
TUES., DEC. 8, 7:30 p.m., Residential College, Rm. 124
"STYLES OF BLACK PREACHING"
PROFESSOR WARREN, Vanderbilt University
WED., DEC. 10, 8 p.m., St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
306 N. Division (across from Jones School)
"BLACK THEOLOGY AND THE
RENEWAL OF THE CHURCH"
PROFESSOR JAMES CONE, Union Theological Seminary
Author: "Black Theology and Black Power" and
"A Bloack Theology of Liberation"
Office of-Religious Affairs 2282 SAB 764-7442

WANTED:

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CINEMA II
FOR ALL WALT DISNEY FANS
"DAVEY CROCKETT, King of the Wild Frontier"
with FESS PARKER and BUDDY EBSEN
"LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW"
with Ichabod Crane, Brom Bones, and the Headless Horseman
"WIND IN THE WILLOWS"
with TOAD of TOAD HALL
Please note Days and Show Offerings at each Time;

Volunteers

Faculty and Students to sell
Christmas peace wreath buttons
and posters.
9:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M. Saturday, Dec. 5

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