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Chicago Daily Illini (Newspaper) - November 21, 1970, Chicago, IllinoisMy in its 100th year of service to the University and Community one Hundredth year Twenty pages Urbana Champaign Illinois saturday november 21, 1970 ten cent number 54 student fee Money to go to Day care health Center Board vote Folk festival Mark Hamby s flute Lent an eerie note Friday to the red herring s fall Folk fest Folk u again. There will additional performances at 7 and 10 30 . Today and 2 . Sunday. See Story on Page 4. Staff photo by Tom Kujawinski by Barbara dembsk1 daily Zillini staff writer the student health advisory committee to the Mckinley health Center has voted to appropriate a sum greater than $5,000 from student fees to the Peoples Day care Center. The committee would not release the full amount of funds to the press but did say during the meeting that the funds would exceed $5,000. The funds would be taken from the $8 fee each University student pays for the health Center. Kathleen Bailey senior in Las and committee chairman explained that the committee decides where to appropriate the funds taken from the student fee. Judy Duchan Gas appointee to the committee and a member of the women a liberation cadre said the cadre planned to meet with the administration Early next week concerning the release of funds. The request for the release of funds will be made in a letter to Herbert Carter vice Chancellor for academic affairs although the group plans to directly Appeal to Chancellor j. W. Peltason. Or. L. M. Hursh director of the health Center and sex offi Cio member of the committee said the appropriation would have to be approved by the Board of trustees since it is an appropriation larger than $5,000. There is some speculation that the committee appropriation will be $15,000. According to other sources the committee plans to ask the administration for $20,000, which when added to the health committees appropriation and the $5,000 already raised by the cadre would meet the $40,000 the cadre must raise by . 31. If the cadre can raise $40,000 by the end of december University trustee w. Clement Stone insurance executive said he would donate the additional $40,000 needed to fund the Day care Center. The committee close the meeting to the press when they made their final decision about the actual amount to be appropriated despite objections from the press. If the committees request for release of funds is approved the health advisory committee would have input into the operation of the Day care Center. The women a liberation cadre would determine the qualifications for the director of the Center but would submit a list of candidates to the health advisory committee for review. The committee would make its selections and the cadre would select the director Only from those names approved by the health advisory committee. According to the committee this would be done since the director would have authority in the delegation of funds in the Day care Center. A representative from the health advisory committee would also sit on the centers Board of directors if the request for release of funds is approved by the administration.7 jury tells of messages with Hoffman Chicago 111. Special a Testi Mony Given thursday and Friday by the former juror in the a Chicago 7�?� trial suggest messages were sent Between the jury and either the judge or marshals without the knowledge of the defense. According to defense attorney William Kintsler such action May be enough to upset convictions five of the seven received for crossing state lines to incite riot. The communications and their effect on the jury Are the subject of the hearing ordered by the . Court of appeals. In the hearing which like the previous trial is being held before judge Julius Hoffman All jurors and marshals associated with the Case Are testifying about their accounts of what transpired during the deliberations of the jury feb. 14-18. Of the 10 jurors who have testified so far six have said that at least one note was sent to Hoffman saying the jury was deadlocked and that Hoffman told them to keep deliberating. Two members said no note was sent and two others were unsure. A the judge can keep you Here As Long As he wants a some jurors quoted . Marshal Ronald Dob Roski As Washington . Apr the Pentagon Friday refused to confirm or deny radio Hanoi a report that american bombers attacked North Vietnam Early saturday. A we do not comment on propaganda broadcasts from Hanoi a a spokesman said. He said he did no to know if there would be any further comment on the North vietnamese claim later saturday. Today s weather mostly sunny and warmer today highs 53 to 58. Partly Cloudy and warmer tonight lows mid to upper 30s. Tomorrow partly sunny and my cd highs mid 50s. Recruiting poll approved by Mike Bellows daily Zillini staff writer the Prospect that the attitudes and preferences of the student body May decide future on Campus recruiting looked Good Friday following a meeting of the Urbana Champaign Senate policy committee on student affairs pcs. Pcs approved and sent to the Dean of students office a proposal recommending that an opinion poll be taken during registration this february on the subject of on Campus recruiting. Two weeks ago pcs rejected a proposal submitted for consideration by the associated student Council for University reorganization Assur and supported by the Center for nonviolent social change Canso called for students to sign a petition to Force prospective recruiting organizations on Campus to debate their policies with various parties of the University and Community. According to the proposal the poll will be tabulated on both a divisional and total basis so As to reflect student opinion More accurately. Preliminary draft in a preliminary draft of the poll questions were structured in such a Way As to gauge each students evaluation of several facets of recruiting and methods of debate concerning policies of the corporations. Bruce Cohen pcs member and senior in Las submitted the proposal for the referendum to pcs. Estimates Cost Cohen said that the estimated Cost of conducting the poll during registration is from $200 to $300. Stan Levy associate Dean of students who was present at the meeting said that his office a could unconstitutional suit charges redistricting challenged by Edward Epstein daily Zillini staff writer a suit charging that the new reapportionment plan for the City of Urbana is unconstitutional was filed Friday with the circuit court. Specifically the suit seeks to prevent the City of Urbana mayor Charles Zipprodt and Duane Eckerty City clerk from enforcing an ordinance concerning unexpired terms of aldermen. Under this ordinance the City a fourth Ward would not elect an Alderman in this Springs City election because reapportionment left it with two democratic incumbents Bernadine stake and James Gentry. Their terms do not expire until 1973. Violates Constitution the suit claims that such an arrangement is in violation of the equal Protection clause of the United states Constitution. The complaint also Points out that voters of the City a seventh troop withdrawal rate to be affected by Aid to Cambodia Washington . Apr Secretary of defense Melvin r. Laird warned Congress Friday that failure to approve president Nixon said package for Cambodia a would have a substantial effects on the Progress of . Troop withdrawals from Vietnam. Senate Republican Leader Hugh Scott said earlier that . Troop withdrawals a would be impeded by rejection of the Aid. A opposition to this Bill is opposition to the continued steady withdrawal of troops a Scott said. _ thai Senate foreign relations committee issued a statement by chairman j. W. Fulbright d-ark., noting that at a session last april 7, Secretary of state William p. Rogers a expressed the administrations concern that a Large scale military assistance program for Cambodia would probably be followed by a need for military advisers and subsequently by Laird delivered his warning to reporters after he appeared before the Senate defense appropriations subcommittee to ask for restoration of More than $1 billion Cut by the House from the Pentagon budget in of a a a a Ward will choose two aldermen in this Springs election since reapportionment left them without any Council representation. Hope for action soon Gene Gilmore assistant professor of journalism at the University and one of the suites three complainants along with Robert Wortman instructor in civil engineering and Richard Jerrard professor of mathematics said he hoped judge Frederick Green of the circuit court would take action sometime next week on the suites request for a temporary injunction against the enforcement of the ordinance. A a in a in on this suit because i feel my constitutional rights have been violated. I had planned to ran for Alderman from the fourth Ward this year but because the Council said there would be no election in the fourth Ward this year. I am being deprived of that right a Gilmore said. Want to vote As for his two co complainants Gilmore said a they contend that their constitutional rights Are being abridged because they will not be Able to vote for an Alderman next Gilmore added that David c. Baum professor of Law will present the complainant so Case before the court. Jack Waaler Urbana City attorney will represent the defendants a i probably scrape up the Money for the poll and that it is a willing to work with Cohen urged that the proposal upon approval of pcs be sent directly to the Deans office rather than to the Senate in order to insure that the proposal will be implemented in time for this Springs registration. Draws criticism Early in the meeting the poll Drew Sharp criticism from Robert Corley professor of business administration and pcs member who said that a we can not run this poll at registration and said that registration is in enough of a mess Richard j. Pohndorf pcs member and professor in physical education in referring to the actual backing that the poll has demanded to know a How Many members there Are in he continued that a for All we know this backing is a Bill Pearson pcs member maintained that students in front of the electrical engineering building last March shows that some people in addition to the persons involved in discussions in recent weeks on Campus do want discussion and voice concerning recruiting on oct. 26, Curtis Tarr National selective service director announced that 195, the nationally imposed ceiling for october was projected As the Cut off for the year. Any registrant holding a 1970 lottery number of 196 or higher and who was holding a deferment was invited by Tarr to request in writing that his deferment be cancelled. All local boards have been ordered both by National and state Headquarters to promptly reopen and consider for reclassification any registrant who requests that his current deferment be cancelled. Since local boards meet Only once a month men wishing to drop the deferment Are urged to do this no later than thanksgiving. This will be the last Opportunity to have the boards act on them in 197$
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