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Chicago Daily Illini (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Chicago, IllinoisMust meet boards approval Law official endorse student demands by Beth Karlin daily Zillini executive editor a. United Auto workers Law official said Friday he a personally endorses demands made by University students against general motors. Pm. Bob Voss Law education director of. Region 4, Illinois , a see related Story on p. 17. Nebraska said however he must present the demands to the regional director and executive Board for demands Are a that Gmys privileges to recruit on this Campus must be ended until pm recognizes the democratic rights and economic needs of the people it a that the University Transfer its ownership of 4.40q shares of pm Stock to the Danville Auto workers strike a that the University have open admissions and free tuition paid for by a tax on corporate profits with no raises in not a a no Voss said he did not feel however that the University must answer by 8 . Friday As demanded by the a dents. A failure to answer is not tantamount to a no a he said in an interview after a noon meeting with students. Voss said the Law and students should continue to work together because a we have a lot in a a we re for an end to the Vietnam War full employment Federal Aid to education and restricting crime in the streets a he said. Peace is goal Voss said at the meeting a peace is our major goal a and he spoke about the poverty in America. He said a War Money could be used to help the people in Black ghettos As Well As Appalachia a where wages Are Voss said later that there is a Lack of leadership on this Campus. A students need to organize and not necessarily expect things Over a Voss also wanted to a get the record straight on the Danville Plant. A Danville was requested to stay at work a he said. It is a supplier Plant for Ford Chrysler and american motors. 340,000 on strike out of the 470,000 members of the Law in the United states and Canada Voss said 340,000 Are striking. Single Law members collect $30 a week married members $35 and those with families $40 from the Union. According to Voss nearly $250,-000 in benefits Are paid weekly to the some 6,900 persons working at his Plant in la Grange and its sister Plant on the South Side of daily Zillini z-138in its 100th year of service to the University and Community one Hundredth year Twenty pages Urbana Champaign Illinois saturday october 24, 1970 ton cents number 34 Legal doubts raised on scholarship cuts cocktail party . Eliot s penetrating drama of struggling Man was presented in the armory theater last night. Sponsored by the University speech department and directed by Maggie King the cocktail party starred Diane Tasco an Dmartin Fleisher. See review on Page two. Staff photo by Dave Vranicar by Michael Rosenbaum daily Zillini staff writer the cancellation of All teacher education scholarships As of september 1972, As outlined in the preliminary draft of the Illinois Board of higher education tuition and financial aids study May constitute breach of contract on the part of the state according to a member of the University Law faculty. The member of the faculty who asked that his name not be used after a cursory examination of the statutes under which the scholarships Are Given said the wording of the statutes and that of the certificate sent to students receiving the scholarship is of the form of an a executed gift and that a a private party would be legally bound and have to make Good a on such a gift. A i think that their students rights would be enforceable in a court of claims but i would not be certain about it a continued the source adding that it is extremely difficult to enforce claims against the state. The source stated that a the statute provides that a student a who accepts and uses these certificates shall be obligated to pay Back the state of Illinois either by teaching or by an Exchange of Money a he then remarked a this looks to me an awful lot like a according to the statutes under which the scholarships Are granted students accept the scholarships for four to six years. The Grants May be revoked if the student causes disorder or riots leaves the curriculum of education leaves the University other than when drafted or Dies. Other members of the University said that though they were not sure of any Legal obligations that state has a moral obligation to adhere to any agreement it enters with Good Faith on both sides. Student meeting student government leaders from Southern Illinois University Siu and the University a undergraduate student association Ursa will meet at noon in room 284, Zillini Union today to discuss the preliminary draft of the new tuition Aid plan to be considered by the higher Board. The two groups will presumably try to agree on a course of action on the new plan. Tom Scherchel student body president at Siu told the daily Zillini earlier in the week he has a plan of action which is currently underway on campuses throughout the state. However de Pinto Urga chairman said he knows nothing of such a plan. Scherchel refused to give any details about the plan. Three student meetings on the plans proposed tuition hike met with limited Success Friday. However Pinto said Chuck. Court Ursa representative to the student advisory committee to the higher Board has 56 students signed up. To work on whatever action Ursa May decide to take. Nixon addresses in Cairo 111. Up a mayor Albert a a Peter. Thomas said Friday night he was in the City police station when a group of �?o18 or 20 Blacks began firing rifles at the building. A shots hit right under the window of the chiefs office. One Bullet shattered the Glass front door of the. Station a Thomas said. Some police officers inside the station returned the fire and others Rah out the rear of the building to take up firing positions outside. Thomas estimated 30 to 40 shots were fired in a five minute Exchange. While the station was being attacked Thomas said a fire was reported in a grocery store at the North end of the All negro Pyramid courts housing project. The mayor said a number of callers reported the fire to both police and fire departments and asked a when Are you going to Send the pigs a seeks peaceful Competition United nations n. Y. M a president Nixon went before the United nations Friday with an Appeal to the soviet Union a to join in a peaceful competitions with America to promote world peace and Progress. Addressing the 127-nation general Assembly a 25th anniversary session Nixon portrayed Many of the worlds a and the United nations a most grievous troubles As stemming from the deep us soviet differences since world War ii. And a like facts of International life As they Are a he said Are that the Competition Between the Smith sen. Ralph Tyler Smith Rhi will appear on the South Patio of the Zillini Union tuesday at 10 . This will be Smiths first appearance on Campus. The senator will speak briefly and then answer questions from the audience. Worlds two superpowers must be shifted away from cold War gain seeking in order to Lay a base for global peace. Referring to the Middle East in president Nixon four Point plan particular Nixon called on the great Powers to avoid being a drawn into conflict without their intending it by wars Between smaller soviet foreign minister Andrei a. Gromyko listened attentively and impassively As Nixon issued his Public bid to Kremlin leaders. But the russian was noncommittal in talking to newsmen afterwards. A i want to study it thoroughly a Gromyko said. A we Are still firmly for the president presumably had delivered a similar message to the soviet foreign affairs chief during their White House meeting thursday. Included in this was a Call on the United nations to a Register its concern about the treatment of prisoners of War in Vietnam. The president outlined four common incentives to the two great Powers to curb their differences a avoiding a nuclear confrontation. A reducing the arms Burden. A increasing u. Trade since both nations Are major Industrial Powers. A helping with economic and social development needed around the world. Agents make big Ltd confiscation san Francisco up a Federal narcotics agents seized drugs with a retail value they estimated at More than $3 million Friday and arrested 11 persons in san Francisco and Santa Monica. They called it the biggest Ltd confiscation in the nations history. Daniel Addario special agent in charge of the Bureau of narcotics and dangerous drugs Here said the raids were staged by some 60 Federal narcotics agents accompanied by local police. Standard time begins at 2 sunday oct. 25. Set clocks Back an hour. Today s weather mostly Cloudy today with occasional rain and a few thunderstorms. Likely High in Low to mid 60s. Tonight variable cloudiness and cooler. Low in Low 50s. Sunday partly Cloudy and mild. High

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