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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, August 5, 1971,
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Nixon position hurts school bill.
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WASHINGTON P) - Presi-
dent Nixon's firm stand against
the use of federal funds for
busing students has cut t h e
ground out from under key sup-
porters of his school desegrega-
tion bill in the House.
Nixon's stand was announced
Tuesday in connection with a
proposed school desegregation
plan in Austin, Texas.
The plan, drawn up by the
Department of Health, Educa-
tion and Welfare (HEW), was
disavowed by Nixon, who said
he ordered HEW officials to
hold busing in school desegre-
gation plans to "the minimum
required by law."
Along with reiterating h i s
stand against busing Nixon fur-
ther directed HEW secretary
Elliot Richardson to prepare an
amendment to the pending
school bill which would "ex-
pressly prohibit" the use of fed-
eral funds to support busing.
Leaders of a bi-partisan group
which had worked to get the
LATE SHOW TONIGHT!
measure out of the hostile House
Education ' sub-committee ex-
pressed dismay yesterday with
the president's action.
Rep. Alphonzo Bell (R-Calif.)
a key supporter of the bill, said
yesterday that Nixon's action
would snake it more difficult to
push the bill through the full
Education and Labor Committee
and the House as a whole.
One of the bill's supporters,
Rep. Augustus Hawkins (D-
Calif.) said "I certainly will op-
pose the bill if that language
(Nixon's amendment) is in it."
Last week an amendment simi-
lar to the one called for by Nixon
was defeated in the subuommit -
tee with administration Republi-
cans providing the key votes.
Also earlier this week the Of-
fice of Education notified state
officials applying for desegrega-
tion funds that busing would be
of low priority. There was no
mention, however, that such
spending would be prohibited.
"It looks as though there was
a big row between Mitchell -and
Richardson and that Mitchell
on," Hawkins said.
Hawkins, along with Reps.
Shirley Chisholm (D-N.Y.) and
Herman Badillo (D-N.Y.) went
on to issue a strong statement
attacking the administration's
"We construe such action as a
political ploy at the expense of
constitutional rights," hey said.
Further, they charged, Nixon's
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move "jeopardizes the congres-
sional approval of these Funds"
The bill, known as the Emer-
gency School Assistance Act,
would authorize $1.5 billion for
the next two years to help
schools meet the costs of deseg-w
regation. Under the present
terms of the legislation there is
no specific provision for or pro-
hibition against use of -he funds
THURSDAY, AUGUST 5
a y Calendar
Audio-Visual Films: "Marching for
Roses, A Place toS tand, Ski the outer
Limits, Why Man Creates," UGLI Mul-
tipurpose Rm, 7-9 p.m.
School of Music: University Sum-
ner Symphony Band, Grounds, School
of Music (Hill Aud., in event of rain),
Summer Film Festival: 'Take T h e
Money And Run " and "A Thousand
Clowns," Aud. A, Angell Hall, 7-10:3(1"
Michigan- Repertory: "University
Players, "Five On The Black Han d
side," Mendelssohn Theatre, p.m.
School of Music: Collegium Musicum
-School of Music Recital Hall, 8:30
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