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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

f uesday, December 12, 19'12

Page Ten [HE MICHIc~AN DAILY I uesday, December 12, 1912

Ooof!

Randy Hall '75, a Tae Kwon Do Green Belt, scores a point with a
Sunday in Barbour Gym. Black Belt Dwight Deroo referees the ma

CITY ACTION:
Preferential voting
By GORDON ATCHESON - ation and funding was also passed
and DEBRA THAL This last group will allow the sub
A Human Rights Party (HRP) mission of a grant application t
resolution to institute preferential the federal government for th
voting in next April's city elec. second year funding of Model C
tions was soundly defeated, follow- ties.
ing a demonstration supporting ex- Preceding last night's City Coun
tensive funding for health and cil meeting, about 30 people, man
child care. of them HRP members, pickete
In other action, economics Prof. in the city hall lobby. The grou
William Shephard was appointed demanded council allocate $350,00
chairman of the Cable TV Com- for health and child care centers.
mission to replace retiring Chair- The funds are part of the ove
man Sidney Winter. $1,300,000 the city will receive un
The last of a series of proposals der the federal revenue sharinm
concerning Model Cities reorganiz- program.
Units to file ward suits
(Continued from Page 1) be impossible without an approv
The purpose of the HRP-Demo- ed ward boundaries plan, since i
crat suit is "to clear up the ques- order to file petitions, the candi
tions concerning the Last Chance dates must know which ward
Plan's fulfillmentof regulations they live in.
governing ward boundaries," ac- The HRP - Democrat suit wil
cording to Ted Beals, a Democrat be filed by Andrei Joseph, a po
on the Ward Boundaries Commis- tential HRP candidate for council
sion. and a Democratic candidate to b
The Republicans will contest named later, according to Dav
their suit on the grounds the Green Cahill of HRP.
Plan better fulfills the charter re- "I have no doubt the judge wil
quirements for ward boundary find in favor of the Last Chanc
plans, according to McCormick. Plan, since it received approva
All three parties agree the court of council," stated Beals.
must reach a speedy decision be- McCormick, however, said h
cause the candidates for April's believes the suit in favor of th
elections must file petitions by Green Plan "seems to have a goo
Jan. 1. Filing such petitions would chance of passing."
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Winter term 1973
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Local DES critics get
support from Nader unit
(Continued from Page 1) sometime early next year for the T
a study done by Dr. Lucile Ku Health Subcommittee of the Senate
chera on the effectiveness of the Labor and Public Welfare Com-
pill in preventing pregnancy in mittee. A Kennedy staff member
1,000 test cases. Following the said yesterday, though, that it is["
study, DES use became widespread unclear at this time whether DES
on campuses, and Health Service experimentation would be coveredp*
continued to dispense the drug. in the hearings.
Weiss collected published re- T a ep d
search on the carcinogenic effects The Nader report, prepared by
sr oEt, a cinenic tlDr. Sidney Wolfe and Anita John-
of DES, and 'pointed out that whilesnu
the FDA and other organizations , urges the FDA to require new
had condemned the use of .3 mg. labeling and advertising warnings
DES in meat, the morning-after against the use of DES for birth
pill, administered over a five-day control, asks the drug industry to
speriod, contained 168,000 times that discourage such uses by physicians
<amount and urges the medical profession
She and Cowan recently traveled to stop prescribing DES unless ac- n
to Washington, D .C., to present cmaidwt rprcnrl
their findings to the Nader organ- and adequate follow-up.
lyezation and talk with members of In addition, Wolfe and Johnson
Sen. Edward Kennedy's staff, have written University President
which is preparing for congres- Robben Fleming, asking that h
sional hearings on the use of hu- "place controls on the use of une
mans in drug experiments. approved drugs at the health
Doily Photo by TERRY McCARTHY The hearings will be conducted I service."
side kick at a promotion exam held ~ N,
___h._-_ rorest rms burn -
r.h
I)
more th" an trees.
defeated
. The Republican Party has bud- d
- geted no revenue sharing funds for /
o either health and child care. "We
e believe the city should not be in
i- the business of funding day care
centers," declared Lloyd Fair- /'
- banks (R-Fifth Ward)./F'
Y The defeated preferential ballot- /
d ing motion would have put the\
P issue on the February ballot for
0 voter consideration.
The plan would have allowed the
r voter to express a first and a sec-
-ond choice for councilperson and
g mayor.
Y Advertsing created for the Puli Coe
The vote was six no and five yese t hp
with the Human Rights Party and -ST
the Democrats (except Council- !J
member Robert Faber, Dem-Sec-20Li et
ond Ward) voting affirmatively. 207 E. Liberty
n Although it is too late to petition fl-ME1m ~
- to place the issue on the February
s ballot, the HRP may petition to U JW HEL S__
, place it on the April ballot.
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