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Tuesday, November 12, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

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01l-produ
nations P
food fund
ROME (IP) - In a move view-
ed by World Food Conference
officials as a major break-
through, oil-producing countries
proposed yesterday to set up a
fund to develop food production
in needy nations.
The oil countries made the
plan contingent on the partici-
pation of the industrialized
countries, and they set no mon-
ey targets for the proposed in-I
vestment f u n d conference
sources said.,
U.S. SPOKESMAN Edwin
Martin termed the proposal in-
teresting, but he added that
Washington would have to be
consulted before the American
delegation made any commit-
ment.
The United States has strong-i
ly insisted at the conference
that it is time the oil produc-
ers, with their vast new oil in-
come, accept a share of ther
cost of feeding the world.
Conference planners said the
plan was a major step toward
financing the long-term goals of
the conference. United Nations
planners have estimated that;
investments in poor countries
must be tripled to some $5 bil-
lion annually by 1980.

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response yet from the White : ILGRE .
House and that he and other " ET cnsnourses that are
Democrats were pressing for* "D constantly updated'
a positive reply.," UCRIT ac s
"The major single purposeC reviews of class
is the long term," Clark said,:" lessons and for use.
~*g~* of supplementary "
"but it destroys our crediibility FLEX materials
to say we don't want to do any- -F L A
thing about starvation in the " Make-ups for
short run." : E FrmG missed lessons
'DICK GREGORY, the comeED
dhan and civil rights activist, AILO
announced yesterday he would " THOUSANDS HAVE
lead a fasting vigil until the ' RAISED THEIR SCORES *
United States pledge new food a wriea or call:
aid. (313) 354-0085 "
Gregory issued a statement ." 21711 W. Ten Mile Rd.
" Southfield, Mi. 48015
declaring he was "morally out-:
raged" that the U. S. govern-0. i "
ment provides arms to "friend- " *"'
ly governments under attack. s
"But when Third World people * EDUCATIONAL CENTER 6
are attacked and ravished by TESTPREPARATION
famine and starvation, the U. S. i SPECALSSSINCE1938
government is unable to give a 21"W'.
definite answer to how much c M. 'S "
food we are going to provide."

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Hallowveen over?
Even though Halloween is over this uninhibited soul strikes
a freakish pose. It turns out that Lou Wesley, of New York
was merely sunbathing in the Bronx.

STATE GOVERNMENTS:

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Women gain seats

WASHINGTON (A) - Women
increased their ranks in state
legislatures by 26 per cent in
last week's elections but still
will comprise only a fraction of
the total membership.
Many women won key races,

Nebraska lost its sole woman
member, however. A DELEGATE from Venezu-I
In statewide races, a woman, ela said most developing coun-
Ella Grasso, won election as tries, which are in the major-
governor of Connecticut and in ity here, were in favor of the
New York, Mary Anne Krupsak fund, enhancing its chances of
was elected lieutenant governor. adoption at the 123-nation con-
ference.

Would you like to meet with
other women and shore con-
cerns about...
" Women's role in society
" The Jewish Woman in our society
" New lifestyles - where do you
fit in?
JOIN US FOR THE
FIRST MEETING .
BRING YOUR OWN IDEAS!
Tues., Nov. 12 7:00-8:30 p.m.
at HILLEL, 1429 Hill St.

however, against opponents of THE WOMEN'S Election Cen-
the Equal Rights Amendment, tral, a joint project of the Na-
which must be ratified by five tional Women's Political Cau-'
more states before becoming cus, the National Women's Ed-

part of the Constitution.
WITH A dozen races unde-
cided, women have won 125 new
seats in legislatures. This brings
their total' to 591, increasing
their percentage from six to
eight of the overall legislative
strength.
Nearly one-sixth of the wo-
men were elected from one of'
the nation's smallest states,
however, and for the first time
in years one state will be with-
out any women in its legisla-
ture.
New Hampshire, which has a
424-member legislature, wMl
have 103 women in its House,
up from 89, and will retain its
two women senators.
NEBRASKA AND Alabama in
the past had -one woman legis-
lator each.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXV, No. 59
Tuesday, November 12, 1974
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ucation Fund and the Women's
Campaign Fund, compiled the
figures on 'state legislatures.
In addition to New Hamp-'
shire the group said particu-
lar noteworthy gains were made
in Arizona, which had 13 wo-
men and will have 18; Florida,
from 7 to 12; Georgia, from 2
to 9; and North Carolina from
9 to 14.
Of the 51 women who were
major party candidates for
statewide offices, 31 won, in-
cluding Joan Growe, elected
secretary of state in Minneso-
ta, to become that state's first3
women elected to a statewide
office. March Fong, the first
Asian-American woman to win
a statewide office, was chosen
secretary of state, in Califor-I
nia.
COUNTING the women hold-
ing statewide offices not up for
re-election, there now are 45
women in these positions.

Democratic congressmembers
mounted pressure on the Ford
administration to increase U. S.
food aid as a humanitarian ges-
ture while the conference is in
progress.
At the urging of the Demno-
crats attending the conference,
the U. S. delegation cabled
President Ford last weeknasking
authority to pledge a one mil-I
lion ton increase in grants of
wheat andriceato starving coun-
tries.
THE INCREASE, w o r t h
$175 million, would double the
relief under the current Food
for Peace Program and hike to-!
tal U. S. food aid from 3.3 mil-
lion to 4.3 million tons.
But. Sen. Dick Clark, (D-,
Iowa), said there has been no
TEMPORARY
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Home-made Beef Stew
Eaa Rolls
Home-made Soups (Beef,
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Chili, Vegetable Tempura
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Hamburger Steak Dinner-
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Spaqhetti in Wine Sauce
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SOPH SHOW presents
"DAMN YANKEES"
musical-comedy about love, the devil, and the
"damn yankees"
THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY

FAST AND FRIENDLY SERVICE BY MR. AND MRS. LEE

8 p.m.-Mendelssohn Theater
Tickets available at the door

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TUES.-SAT. 8-8
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pick up your "Freshman'Register" at the
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next CPA Exam.
Becker CPA Review Course
DETROIT
313-864-0128

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THE PEOPLE'S ALTERNATIVE
"JEREMY RIKFIN"
Chairman and founder of the People's Bicentennial Commission
And the much-publicized "Boston Oil Party")
WED., NOV. 13--7:30 p.m.
Pendleton Library, Michigan Union

jCOURSES BEGIiN'4JUNE. 1st.DEC. lt

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WOMEN ON TOP
SYMBOLIC SEXUAL INVERSION
AND
POLITICAL DISSENT IN EARLY
MODERN EUROPE
NATALIE ZEMON DAVIS
Prof. of History, University of California
at Berkelev

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NOVEMBER 14-8 P.M.
Rackham Assembly Hall

UAC CONCERTS presents
AEROSMITH
FRIDAY, NOV. 22
Tickets on sale Tuesday, Michigan Union
coming Dec. 14-The DOOBIE BROTHERS
UAC TRAVEL
Special rates on flights to New York, London, New Orleans, California,
Mexico City, and more. Call 763-2147.
MEDlATRICS presents
"BONNIE AND CLYDE"
SAT. and SUN.-7:30 & 9:30 p.m.
Natural Science Auditorium
FUTURE WORLDS
needs new students to participate in its ,steering committee. Call Ron,
763-1107.
COMING NEXT WEEK:
MUSKET'S "JERICHO" Begins Ticket Sales
"100 Aker Wood"-a musical about Winnie the Pooh

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