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In the news
International WASHI
to 43 year
SAIPAN -- Residens of the strategical- November
ly important Northern Marianas Islands, New Ham
scene of bloody fighting during World Sen. Robe
War II, voted overwhelmingly yesterday told the s
to become American citizens. The com- under the
monwealth covenant, which still must winner of
be approved by Congress and the United will be p
Nations, gives the U.S. military lease to New H
rights on 18,000 acres, mostly on tiny reach a it
Tinian Island. It would mark the first to the Set
major acquisition of territory by the Wyman a
U.S. since the Virgin Islands in 1917. final cow
With nearly all the votes counted in yes- Wyman a
terday's internationally supervised pleb- action def
iscite, 3,024 persons had voted for com- Weicker(
monwealth status and 928 had voted vacant. Si
against. opened th
Acceptance of the commonwealth days unde
would separate the Marianas from the
other four districts of the sprawling U.S. WASHIN
Trust Territory of the Pacific, which in- ruled una
cludes 2,100 miniscule islands scattered holders m.
across more than three million square to halt ill
miles in the central Pacific. The coven- funds on;
ant is similar to the U.S. agreement with lect dams
Puerto Rico. Residents would elect a cures.In
governor and legislature, while the U.S. William B
would look after defense and foreign C
relations. Residents would not vote in Federal E
U.S. national elections or have a voting ing more
delegate in Congress. with abso
National to anyone
WASHINGTON - President Ford said betweenc
yesterday America's worst recession holders w
since the 1930s is coming to an end and entirely to
that he intends to help the economy by spendingc
freeing businesses from excessive fed- tisement b
eral regulation. Speaking at a confer- ing the 197
ence of the National Federation of In- a stockhol
dependent Business, Ford said, "the time attack on
has come to cut the federal red tape that Sen. Georg
binds the hands of small businesses ...
I will not let you suffocate." In an up-
beat assessment of the economy, the State
President added that "now is the time to LANSIN(
chart the right path back to prosperity interest lo
without inflation and with growth." Ford sion are to
cited a survey prepared by the feder- tinually ri
ation and government statistics in his Milliken t
forecast of an end to the recession. yesterday.

today ...
NGTON - The Senate voted 55 ken and
terday against a runoff of last Workers
r's contested Senate election in stration
npshire, the closest in history. 300 laid-s
ert Byrd, the Democratic whip, izens.
enators that they have the duty Despite
Constitution to determine the ken" tha
he election. He said "there tive suit
lenty of time to send it back dress the
ampshire if the Senate cannot met with
udgment." The rival claimants of energ
nate seat are Republican Louis a
rnd Democrat John Durkin. The proposals
nt in New Hampshire gave to provid
two-vote victory. The Senate's ities exp
eated a motion by Sen. Lowell plored b,
(R-Conn.) to declare the seat empanels
uch a declaration would have siders hi
e way for a runoff within 45 i
er a new New Hampshire law.
NGTON -- The Supreme Court LANSIN
nimously yesterday that stock- ,cante
ay not file suit in federal court t s
egal expenditures of corporate SocietyI
political campaigns or to col- explica
ges because of such expendi- posed tr
an opinion written by JusticeenaJ.thcorsa legal anm
Ireennan, Jr., the court said cuen
apparently intended the 1971 journal,,
lection Campaign Act as "noth- the reatit
than a bare criminal statute, enlist the
lutely no indication that civil "ourtp
nt of any kind was available "Ourdp
." The court concluded that ful, jokin
intended "that the relationship stength
corporations and their stock- strength,
ould continue to be entrusted doctor,
o state law." The campaign workshop
case stemmed from an adver- by hospit
by Bethlehem Steel Corp. dur- doctors i
72 presidential campaign which
der contended amounted to an grams ca
the Democratic candidate, practice
ge McGovern.
G - Energy stamps and low- Ann As
ans to encourage plant expan- with a 44
wo possible alternatives to con- or thunds
sing utility rates, Gov. William look for i
old a group of Flint protesters coming o
The meeting between Milli- a leisuret

leaders of various United Auto
locals followed an angry demon-
on the Capitol steps by nearly
off auto workers and senior cit-
e the chants of "We Want Milli-
it could be heard in his execu-
e the governor declined to ad-
rally. However, when he later
the UAW leaders he said ideas
y stamps for laid-off workers
d income retirees, as well as
for a special federal agency
e low-interest loans to help util-
and their facilities, will be ex-
y a special energy commission
ed Monday. Milliken said he con-
imself "open-minded" on t h e
G - To help reduce malprac-
s, the Michigan State Medical
has cautioned doctors to fully
to their patients the possible
tions and side effects of pro-
eatment or surgery. Medical,
d insurance authorities, in the
monthly issue of the society's
said doctors must fully explain
y of the patient's treatment and
patient's active participations.
atient's fear is often not spok-
e may be misled by the cheer-
g patient or the picture of quiet
" wrote Dr. George Newman,
sn psychiatrist. An Ann Arbor
Ronald Carbeck, said special
s and courses could be offered
als and medical societies to help
nmprove their interpersonal re-
s. "Graduate medical p r o -
n reduce the frequency of mal-
suits," he said.
rbor's rainy season continues,
0 per cent chance of showers
erstorms today. In any event,
mostly cloudy skies with winds
ur way from the southwest at
y 10-20 mph.

6002 4 711.13 News
9 Bewitched
20 It Takes a Thie
24 ABC News-Smith/
30 57 Electric Company
so Untouchables
56 Energy, Technology and
s:30 4 13 NBC News- Joba
7 ABC News-Smith/
9 I Dream of Jeannie
11 CBS News-Walter
24 Partridge Family
30 57 Zoom-.Childrea
56 Faust Legend
7:00 2 CBS Nes-Waler
Cronk te
4 7 News
S Beverly Hillbllies
11 Family Affair
13 What's My Line?
20 To Tell the Truth
24 Mod Squad
30 Ohio Outlook
50 Bogan's Beroes
56 Woman-Discussion
57 The Romagnolits' Table
7:30 2 13 Truth or Consequences
4 Masquerade Party
7 11 Names That Tune
9 Room 222
20 Yoyagle to the Bottom
of the Sea
30 Book Beat
50 Hogan's Heroes
56 Minding Your Business
57 Lilias, Yoga and You
8:00 Tony Orlando and Dawn
4 13 A Girl Named Sooner
7 24 That's My Mama
S- 9News
30 56 57 Feeling Good
50 Merv Griffin
0:30 7 24 Movie-Writers
"The Godchild,"
9 Alexander Rorda
20 Daniel noone-Adventure
30 57 You're in Court
56 Romantic Rebellion
a "ntings of .MW. Turner
9:00 2 1 Cannon
560f Pure Blood
special: Nazi Germany's ef-
forts to breed a "master
9:30 20 700 Club
50 Dinah!
10:00 2 11 Dan August
4 13 Petrocell-Drama
7 24 Baretta
30 57 Thin Edge--Report
10:40 56 To Be Announced
11:00 2 4 7 11 13 24 News
9 CBC News
20 Charisma
30 Janakl-Exercise
50 Dealer's Choice
56 It's Your Turn
57 Ohio This Week
11:20 9 News
11:30 2 11 Movie-Mystery
4 13 Johnny Carson
7 24 Wide World Special
50 Movie-Comedy
"I Was a Male War Bride."
56 57 ABC News-Smith/
12:00 9 Movie-Drama
"High Hell." (1958)
1:00 4 Tomorrow-Tom Snyder
7 13 News
1:10 2 Movie-Crime
"The Steel Trap." (1952)
11 News
2:00 4 News
2:40 2 News

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Wednesday, June 18
Day Calendar
WUOM: Summaries of hearings
by US Commission on Civil Rights
in Boston, 9:30 am Nat'l Town
Meeting - live coverage, panel
"How Well Is Our Supreme Court
Bicycle Club: 20 mi. ride, meet
Diag, 6 pm.
Dance: "Empidadaes in Minor
Sun" dance concert, Schorling
Aud. ,SEB, 8 pm.
Women for Cultural Ctr.: Conf.
Rm., 3rd Fir., Union, 8 pm.

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