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PRESENTS
BENEFIT FOR
ANN ARBOR
FEMINIST HOUSE
Rachel, Rachel
Directed and produced by Paul
Newman. S t a r r i n g JOANNE
WOODWARD and E S T E L L E
PARSONS.
Portrait of a 35 year old school-
teacher; examines the frustra-
tion and boredom of her life:
taking care of mother, working
at school, trying to meet The
Man.
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ANN ARBOR FEMINIST HOUSE

Pilots set strike day
protest hijoackings

NEW YORK IoP}Fifty thou-
sand of the world's airline pilots
will refuse to fly for 24 hours
Monday, attempting to halt all
domestic and commercial air
travel in a demonstration for
tighter airport security against
hijackers, their professional as-
sociation said yesterday.
Members of the International
Federation of Air Line Pilots
Associationsawill begin the stop-
page at 1 am. in 64 nations,
federation President Ola Fors-
berg said at a news conference
here.
Forsberg's announcement fol-
lowed what he termed an "un-
satisfactory" response from the
United Nations to the federa-
tion's plea that the U.N. Secur-
ity Council take effective mea-

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sures against air pirates.
The United States U.N. dele-
gation immediately called for a
meeting of the council "at the
earliest possible moment" to
consider possible provisions
against skyjacking.
The nation's largest group of
pilots, 6,000 flying for United
Air Lines, said it would not par-
ticipate in the strike. In Tokyo,
the Japan Airline Pilots Asso-
ciation also announced that it
would not participate.
John O'Donnell, president of
the U.S. Air Line Pilots Asso-
ciation (ALPA) said in Wash-
ington that its 31,000 members
would take part in the protest.
The 24-hour shutdown, ALPA
said, would apply to all U.S.
flights - domestic and interna-
tional, scheduled and supple-
mental, and civilian charter
operations. Flights in the air
when the stoppage begins will
be permitted to continue to the
next stop,
The Air Transport Associa-
tion asked the U. S. district
court late yesterday to stop pi-
lots on U.S. airlines from shut-
ting down air service next Mon-
day,
Stuart Tipton, spokesman
for the U.S. scheduled airlines,
said the ATA petition for an
injunction was not inspired by
animositytoward the pilots. He
said it was necessary to restrain
the one-day strike, in the pub-
lic interest.
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OLA FORSBE;.G president of the International Federation of
Airplane Pilots, ponders a question at a news conference yesterday
at which he announced a strike by airplane pilots.
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CONTROLS IMPOSED:*
Judge orders new
election for miners
WASHINGTON lP -- A federal judge yesterday ordered
a new election of top officers of the United Mine Workors
and imposed what sources said was probably the toughest
federal control over a labor union in the nation's history.
U.S District Judge William Bryant ordered the elec-
tions held before the end of this year and gave Secretary
of Labor I. D. Hodgson virtually complete control over
union affairs until after the vote.
Bryant earlier had nullified the 1909 election after
a trial in which the government charged widespread vio-
lations.
Bryant gave the secretary of labor power to place rep-
resentatives in all union offices from international head-
-_quarters down to the local
level, and authorized Min-
ers for Democracy to put

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observers in all union of-
fices,
Bryant also gave the Labor
Department veto power over all
union financial dealings, in-
cluding hiring and pay raises,
and forbade iny union officer
or employe from donating any
money to any union political
candidate.

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