THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wednesday, May 226, 1971
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native to current school board
R.I.P. has formulated a spec-
ial platform for the school board
election which calls for com-
munity control of the schools
and an end to the "tracking"
Marcia Federbush, one of the
organizers of the Ann Arbor
Child Care Center, has also
worked on getting a ruling on
the legality of laws requiring
bussing to achieve racial deseg-
Kay McCargar, a student in the
University's School of Educa-
tion did her student teaching in
the Ann Arbor Public Schools. As
a student herself, shedfeels that
she can bring fresh ideas to the
board on student's wants and
McCargar says she would like
to organize the Ann Arbor Board
of Education with other boards
nearby for lobbying in Lansing,
and to pressure the legislature
into reorganizing their funding
of public education.
By The Associated Press
WARUNING-PUBLIC LAWS IN MANY
STATES MAKES IT ILLEGAL TO ENGAGE
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George Segal in "WHERE'S POPPA"-friday
NATIONAL GUARDSMEN fought snipers and arsonists last
night in the fifth straight night of riots in Chattanooga, Tenn.
After a dusk-to-dawn curfew on the city was eased, renewed re-
ports of violence sent guardsmen back into black sections of the
racially troubled city.
Combatting the disorders have been about 1,500 guardsmen, 100
state troopers and 80 city police officers.
RUCHELL MAGEE succeeded again Monday in stalling the
murder-kidnap ease against himself and Angela Davis.
Magee demanded the removal of the case's sixth judge on grounds
Superior Court Judge Richard Arnason, halted court proceedings
several hours, and then filed a report saying "I am not biased . . . I
believe the defendant could have a fair and impartial trial if con-
ducted before me ..
An outside judge will soon be appointed to rule on Magee's chal-
A PENTAGON OFFICIAL yesterday refused to give Congress
any details of Lockheed Aircraft Co.'s financial condition.
The House and Senate are preparing to act on an administration
request to grant the firm a $250 million loan guarantee.
Barry Shillito, asst. secretary of defense for logistics said such a
disclosure might hurt Lockheed's competitive position.
Hedid not, however, respond to a statement by Sen. William Prox-
mire (D.-Wisc.) charging the Pentagon with preparing "a possible
concealed bailout" of Lockheed by granting it a non-competitive con-
t-act on a new figher plane
U.S. B52 RAIDS yesterday struck North Vietnamese positions
jest south of the demilitarized zone.
Another B52 raid hit North Vietnamese and Viet Cong forces
near the A Shau Valley, where U.S. supported South Vietnamese
troops have been conducting operations since April 14.
In eastern Cambodia, North Vietnamese gunners fired about
200 mortar rounds at Sout Vietnamese troops near the town of
Kandol Chrum. South Vietnamese casualties were said to be light.
BLACK AND WHITE SERVICEMEN squared off Monday
night in a brawl at Travis Air Force Base in California.
A base spokesman said about 600 men participated in the
fight which he said grew out of a racial incident in a mess hall.
Air police and civilian officers ended the fighting in about
three hours with the arrest of 135 men. All but 89 were freed yes-
terday. 25 of those held were white, the others black.
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