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Tuesday, October 9, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Doge Seven

Tuesday, October 9, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1-'age Seven

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
'U' report cites discrimination

(Continued from Page 1) portunity as a right," has increas-
workforce. They were obtained by ed.
estimating the number of openings She said she is optimistic about
in the next three years and by at- University compliance to the goals.
tempting to identify and estimate set out by the Program because'
the number of people who would be "if people are bombarded with
available in local and national something long enough they begini
markets to qualify for those posi- to change their behavior."
tiofl8.
The time period reflected in the VARNER SAID the program has
study, Varner indicated, "had an "made it explicit to managers and
employment pattern which selected administrators that there are cer-
males almost -exclusively," Since tain obligations that the Univer-
that time, she explained, public sity must carry out."
awareness that "women and mi- She said she would like to see at
norities are to be given equal op- the University in relation to the
oca womlen join for
greater voice InI cityl

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rogram is "a genuine commitment
o human rights . . . a serious,
moral obligation."
Instituting the program will be a
two-way street" according to
arner with "a big attitude prob-
em" to combat.
"IT WILL BE necessary for
many employment representatives,
perating managers and depart-
ment heads to change their think-
ing. Some of them are committed
nd interested in change and in ex-
anding opportunity for people,"
while others, she said, "are willing
odo only what is necessary" to
omply.
Alan Smith, vice president for
cademic affairs, described the ef-
orts of Varner and the report as
excellent."
When ,asked how long he thought
omplete fulfillment of the pro-
ram's outlined goals would take,
e commented:."We're -going to be
in this business for a long time .. .
ow long does it take to change
uman nature?"
COPIES OF THE program re-
ort can be purchased from the
Affirmative Action office or the
University Press for $9. A detailed
eview of the report can also be
ound in this week's University
Record.
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Council OKs ward
boundaries proposal
(Continued from Page 1) "AS CITIZENS of the country di-
Jerry DeGrieck (HRP-lst Ward) rectly responsible for the coup we
said. "The Republicans just wantl cannot just sit idly by like go-d
to make the Fourth Ward stronger; little Nazis," N a n c y Wechsler
for their party," he added. (HRP-2nd Ward) said.
Following lengthy litigation in- DeGrieck and the Democrats
itiated last December by local Re- also expressed support for the mo-
publicans, the Washtenaw Circuit tion. DeGrieck condemned U.S.
Court recently remanded the orig- Icptlstcnen fr"okn
inal plan to council for further ac- capitalist concerns for "working
tion. hand in hand with the Chilean fas-
The D e m o c r a t s and Human cists" to exploit that country's
Rights Party lawyers contend that working people.
c o u r t action is unconstitutional.
Their motion is currently pending Although "re-affirming friend-
before the state Supreme Court. ship" with the Chilean people,
If the court were to decide in their Stephenson blastedtheresolution
favor, any council changes in the as "unnecessary meddling in tll
-wards would be void, national affairs of others" and

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(Continued from Page 1) ALTHOUGH THERE are disad- g
care facilities and improved wo- -jvantages to initiative and referen- h
men's health care facilities, includ- dum - an overly long ballot and i
ing a local abortion clinic, small, highly financed pressure h
The goals of the WPC are to groups that can unduly influence h
"reach women from all sectors not legislation - the WPC feels that
usually involved in politics and their proposed amendment will do
help them gain political expertise much to counteract them. P
so they can perceive themselves The WPC amendment proposesA
as powerful and competent," Kam- that community initiated legisla-U
el says. tion only can be voted on during
f I major elections (Nov. and April) r
INITIATIVE and referendum if where there is a high voter turnout f
passed, would make it possible so that pressure groups will not R
for citizens to regulate zoning ordi-: have too great an effect at the -
nances, have a voice in tenants polls.
rights, and pass laws governing The WPC amendment requires
ecological measures. 8 per cent of the total vote cast in
Presently, the petition to amend the last mayoralty election to sign,
the city charter, which requires3,- a petition initiating legislation and
500 signatures, is still in the pro-J a 15 per cent margin is required to1
cess of being written and is being I place a referendum on the ballot.
reviewed by several local law'
firms. ONE OF THE most important
The WPC goal is to have all the advantages of initiative and refer-
petitions returned by the end of endum, according to the WPC is
December so- that the amendment that specific issues will not be af-
can be put before the voters in the fected by partisan politics and will
April elections. j be judged by the community solely
The WPC points to the fact that on their own merits.
initiative and referendum have
worked successfully in over 300
Michigan cities and that Ann Ar-
bor is one of the few exceptions. TON1IGHT
The Young Democrats

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LATER LAST NIGHT the GO?
council members again teamed up,
this time to defeat an HRP spon-
sored resolution condemning the
military junta in Chile and Ameri-
can involvement in the coup dur-
ing which that group took control.
The measure would have estab-:
lished the city as a haven for
Chilean political refugees "encour-
aging them to work for the over-
throw of the fascist dictatorship
in Chile."
The resolution further urged the
U.S. government to break off re-
lations with the junta and hold a
public investigation into American
action in the coup.
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