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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday,. November 21, 1972

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, November 21, 1972

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House starts Navy bias probe

By the AP and Reuters
WASHINGTON - A House sub-
committee began a formal in-
vestigation yesterday of racial
incidents aboard two U. S. air-
craft carriers to determine, as
the chairman said, if they in-
volve permissiveness a n d a
a breakdown of Navy discipline.
"The committee has maintain-
ed that racial problems within
the military must be resolved,"
Chairman Floyd Hicks, (D-

Wash.), said in an opening state-
ment.
"The solutions, however, must
in no way derogate from the
requirement for absolute disci-
pline."
The hearings, in closed session,
were called following a fight
over racial issues last October
aboard the carrier Kitty Hawk
while it was cruising off the
Vietnam coast, and a sit-down
strike 10 days ago by about

Women's lobby group
opens in Washington

130 sailors - mostly black -
who refused to reboard while the
carrier Constellation was in San
Diego, Calif.
Forty whites and six blacks
were injured in the fighting on
the Kitty Hawk and 25 men, all
blacks, were arrested.
Trouble has subsided for the
moment aboard the Constellation
but "Captain's Mast" punish-
ment, including extra duty and
reduction of rank, has been
meted out to 97 of the men. Six
have been released from the
Navy.
Leadoff witnesses were Adm.
Elmo Zumwalt Jr., chief of naval
operations, and Rear Adm. D.
H. Bagley, chief of naval per-
sonnel.
Hicks' special subcommittee
was appointed last week by
Chairman F. Edward Hebert (D-
La.), of the parent House Armed
Services Committee.
Zumwalt issued a statement
while the Constellation sailors
were being disciplined that some
Navy commanders were ignor-
ing his order. to stop racial dis-
crimination.
Later the Navy announced that
at the same time it would not

tolerate demonstrations by sail-
ors such as those on the Constel-
lation.
Hicks said the subcommittee
would concentrate its greatest
efforts on the disciplinary aspect
of the racial incidents aboard
the aircraft carriers Constella-
tion and Kitty Hawk and would
also look into the allegations of
racial discrimination.
Zumwalt had a quick and short
answer yesterday for the sub-
committee's inquiry as to whe-
ther racial incidents on two air-
craft carriers were sparked by
permissiveness in the Navy.
"There is absolutely none,"
Zumwalt said.
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AP Photo
WEST GERMAN CHANCELLOR Willy Brandt talks with his wife Ruth shortly before his victory
at the polls Sunday.
LEFT, RIGHT BARGAIN:
IBrandt govt. forms in Bonn
after election success Sunday

WASHINGTON (R) - There's aI
new lobby in the nation's capital:1
Women's Lobby, Inc., with plans to
lobby solely on women's legisla-
tion.
A group of women who organized
two years ago to lobby for the
Equal Right Amendments in Con-
gress announced yesterday they
have incorporated and registered
as Women's Lobby, Inc.
Carol Burris, president of the
group, announced the organization
of Women's Lobby, Inc., at a news
conference.
"We will be a lobby of women
and for women. Our primary goal
will be child care legislation and
we hope to achieve a broad based
program for all women," said Bur-
ris.
"Child care is not expensive un-
less the women who are currently
caring for children are considered
free labor," she said.
"We will work on pension plans
for women, social security reform
and tax reform; the National Abor-
tion Rights Act, welfare reform, a
livable minimum wage for domes-
tic workers, health care for wom-

have regional correspondents and
about 40 state correspondents. She
said they hope within a couple of
years to have correspondents in
every congressional district to put
pressure on members of Congress.
The group will continue its work
to secure ratification of the Equal
Rights Amendment in the state
legislatures. In the future they
plan to monitor state legislation

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TUES /WED.
THROUGH A
GLASS DARKLY
1961. Dir. lngmar Bergman
One of this director's most suc-
cessful films-gloomy, intense,
yet more human and less 'alle-
gorical than other examples of
his woork. A young woman's
descent into madness and her
family's inability to help due to
lack of "touch".
THANKSGIVING BREAK-
NEXT SHOW:
MONDAY, NOV. 27
Man For All
Seasons
Dir. Fred Zinneman, 1966.
With Paul Scofield as Thomas
More. Popular success film with
qualities.
Architecture
Auditorium

By AP and Reuters position in the last parliament.
B O N N - Chancellor W i 11 y |But their national chairman, Wolf-
Brandt's triumphant Social Dem- gang Roth, warned after Sunday's
ocrats (SDP) prepared yesterday i victory that the "conflict" with
for hard bargaining with their jun- the mother party would be inten-
iors partners in the ruling coalition sified.
as the opposition Christian Demo- Coalition bargaining on forming
crats took stock of their crushing a new cabinet and framing a gov-
election defeat. ernment program for the next four
Chief government spokesman years are expected to last several
Conrad Ahlers announced that weeks. Scheel has stated that ne-
Brandt will meet Free Democrat gotiations cannot begin until after
(FDU) leader Walter Scheel this the FDP National Executive meets
week on forming a new govern- on Wednesday.
ment as soon as possible. Two of the principal differences
Brandt and Scheel are fully which have to be ironed out be-
agreed on continuing the East- tween the SPD and the Free Dem-
West reconciliation policies for ocrats are in the field of taxa-
which the Nobel Prize - winning tion, where the young socialists
chancellor won a resounding man- are clamoring for a "soak-the-rich"
date in Sunday's election. program, and co-determination in
But observers said difficult ne- industry.
gotiations on some domestic is- Ts
sues may lie ahead for the two The Free Democrats oppose stif-
parties before they can form a new fer taxation and also have differ-
government program. ent ideas about worker-participa-
The Free Democrats are mod- tion at the top levels of industry
erately right wing and favor free which is a key feature of the So-
enterprise without state interfer- cial Democrat's reform plan for
ence. teimproving "the quality of life."
On the left, Brandt faced the cer- Brandt's party appeared in a
tainty of stronger demands from strong bargaining position as it
the young, socialist wing of the received 45.9 per cent of the vote
SPD for "more socialism."I to 8.4 per cent for the Free Dem-
Hitherto the young socialists ocrats.
have been curbing themselves be- Ahlers tolds a news conference
cause of the government's weak )the newly elected Bundestag, the

lower house of parliament, will
meet Dec. 14, and formally elect
Brandt chancellor the next day.
Brandt was expected to present
his cabinet after, this move.
Meanwhile, East Germany is
expected to tighten up ideological-

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ly at home in preparation for four en, and the Women's Education
more years of West German Social Act. We will work on the reform
Democracy, which poses special of credit laws to see that they do
challenges to orthodox commu- not discriminate against women."
nism. Burris said the group would
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States asked to return
misspent school funds
WASHINGTON (M -)- The U. S. tricts since fiscal 1966 to help chil-
Office of Education disclosed yes- dren overcome learning handicaps
terday it has asked eight more resulting from poverty, neglect, de.
states to repay a total of $10.2
million in allegedly misspent funds linquency and racial isolation.
intended for the compensatory ed- The latest states added to the
ucation of poor children. list and repayments requested are:
The dunning letters, mailed out A 1 a b a m a, $589,546; Arkansas,
immediately after the Nov. 7 pres-A
idential election, raised to $19.5 $615,548; Kentucky, $295,378; Mis-
million the repayments sought sissippi, $3 million; New Mexico,
from 18 states and Washington, D. $5,429; South Carolina, $2.8 mil-
C., during the last 14 months. lion; Tennessee, $2.3 million and
Federal officials disclosed also ;exa esse3,1 .
that $420,412 has been collected Texas, $630,155.
from six other states over the last Misexpenditures, according to
three and one half years for mis- the audit reports, include con-I
spending under the massive Title struction, salaries, office equip-
1 program in the 1965 Elementary men, talardedocet equtp-!
and Secondary Education Act. ment, travel, and educational tele-!
Nearly $10 billion has been vision not directly aimed at Title
spent in about 18,000 school dis- 1 children.

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Boston,.Paris, Los Angeles, San Francisco or Denver)
with your TWA card, you'll get a brochure
full of hundreds of dollars' worth of deals. And we
mean deals. Like absolutely free or 50% off.
What we did was to talk to students in those
cities and ask where they'd take their friends-not
BOSTON FREEBEES.
FREE
A spaghetti dinner at the "Spaghetti Emporium, Inc.,
just off Harvard Square.
FREE
Breakfast in the "Pewter Pot Muffin House"
(14 locations) where many Harvard students stop
first in the morning.
FREE
Admission to the "Prudential Center Skywalk," the
first place to go to get your bearings in Boston.
FREE
Combination health food platter from "Corners of
the Mouth" restaurant. A healthy buffet of hot and
cold dishes.
FREE
Quiche lorraine and cup of coffee at "La Crepe."
FREE
Indian soup and vegetable curry at the"India Sweet
House" restaurant in Cambridge.
FREE
Pair of earrings or pendant (and watch it being made)
at "Whnlr's Whnrf."

just the "in" places, but the spots that only the
knowing would know about. And those are the ones
we give you free dinners, drinks, club memberships or
discounts in. Here are just some of the absolutely
free things you'll get in London and Boston, as an
example of what TWA has arranged for you in all
the cities.
LONDON FREEBEES.
FREE
Admission to any of ten Greyhound Racing Tracks.
A great English sport.
FREE
Membership and drink at "La Valbonne," one of the
toughest clubs to get a membership in, even for
Londoners.
FREE
A full breakfast at your choice of 10 Quality Inns,
famous for their hearty fare.
FREE
A pint of "Watney's Red Barrel" in "The Prospect of
Whitby," or your choice of over 40 London pubs.

oilman brothers band
dr., john, rockets
SAT., DEC. 9-Criser-7-12 p.m.
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