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Tuesday, June 8, 1971

THE I-CH I GA#J A ILY

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Tuesday, June 8. 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

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news briefs
By The Associated Press

STRIKING DRAWBRIDGE OPERATORS in New York yester-
day left their jobs, locking bridges open and snarling the city's traf-
fic.
The move was part of a general action by some of the city's 400,-
000 municipal workers including highway and water supply workers
who are demanding action from the state legislature on a proposed
pension plan.
Workers further snarled traffic by stalling cars in the roads, and
city officials expressed fear that the city's water supply was threat-
ened by the strike.
** *
FIGHTING NEAR THE DMZ raged again yesterday, with
American B-52 bombers making strikes in an attempt to ease the
recent threat by the North Vietnamese in the area.
Further south, Da Nang, South Vietnam's second largest city,
was hit early yesterday morning with a heavy Viet Cong rocket at-
tack.
South Vietnamese officials reported three civilians dead and one
wounded in the third attack on the city in nine days.
FORMER 'U' PROFESSOR and early anti-war activist Arnold
Kaufman was among 50 passengers killed yesterday in a collision of
a DC-9 and a Marine Corps jet in California.
Kaufman, a professor at UCLA, was the organizer of the first
local anti-war teach-in at the University in 1965, and helped set-up the
first national teach-in in the same year.
Another air tragedy yesterday took the lives of 28 persons as an
Allegheny Airlines convair jet crashed just before landing at New
Haven Airport in Connecticut.
THE NATIONAL JOURNALISM SOCIETY, Sigma Delta Chi,
yesterday announced it would file suit in U.S. district court chal-
lenging a police search of files in the offices of the Stanford Daily.
The society's Freedom of Information Committee called the April
12 search "clearly a violation of propriety", claiming it violated the
first, fourth and fourteenth amendments of the constitution.
The charges stem from an incident in which Palo Alto and Santa
Clara county police used a search warrant to examine files of the stu-
dent-run newspaper.
TREASURY SECRETARY John Connally said yesterday if con-
gressional aid for the ailing Lockheed Corp. doesn't come within
40 days, thousands of jobs may be lost and economic recovery en-
A dangered.
Senator William Proxmire (D-Wisc.) questioned the wisdom of
insulating huge corporations from failure, adding that it may take
much longer than forty days for the Senate and House to reach a final
decision on the plan.
Series A, B, D sold out
Series C subscriptions available

Court rules
on drawing
vote districts
WASHINGTON (OP) - T h e
Supreme Court yesterday ruled
that states are not required to
carve out separate legislative
districts for blacks or any other
racial or ethnic group.
The decision overturned a
federal court ruling in Indiana-
polis which found that blacks in
the city's "center township
ghetto" were entitled to their
own state senators
In other action, the Court
granted a hearing to Fa t h e r
James Groppi, militant c i v i l
rights priest, who was jailed for
contempt by the Wisconsin
state assembly in 1969,
The courtalso ruled th a t
private individuals as well as
public figures must prove reck-
less disregard of the truth and
intentional falsehood in order
to collect libel damages from
the media,
BI LLIARDS
TABLE TENNIS
BOWLING
FOOSBALL
UNION

The Liturgy of
Non-verbal Communion
(communion as action instead of word-games)
Wednesday, June 9
9:3E P.M.
LUTHERAN STUDENT CENTER, 801 S. Forest

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