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T 0 f f r'r -i f r f v f i f f r r ' i V . J nfegrofon BH Okayed By Pane House Expected To Vote Busing Curb (XNADA'S greatest river, the Mackenzie, flows about 2400 miles from the Rocky Mountains to the Actic Ocean The Pittsburgh Press, Wea'neiq'ty, October 6, I97 43 By WILLIAM STEIF Scripps-Howard Staff Writer WASHINGTON - Members cf the House Education and Labor Committee conceded today some type of antibusing provision would be attached to President Nixon s l.5-bulion money where it's needed." The committee rejected Ash-brook's amendment by voice note, with the members not wanting to be recorded on the touchy issue. Later O'Hara, whose subur- t,ni tn in wT.ro4i - &an Detroit district is agitated .Phnnl district whpn that hill over federal court decision gw'vvt . wilt gets to the House floor, even though the committe rejected all such proposals. : ... Two antibusing amendments one the President's, 'the other soonsored by Rep. James G. O'Hara, D-Mich. -were turned down by the panel yesterday before it approved the bill, 24 to 3. v Passage Predicted But Rep. William A. Steiger, R-Wis., said Mr. N 1 x o n 's amendment "will pass, no doubt," and Rep.- William D. Ford, D-Mich., concurred. So did i black committee member, Rep. Augustus F. Hawkins, D-Calif., who said "we'll get some antibusing amendment if not the President's broad one, perhaps something more restrictive." Clarence Mitchell, lobbyst for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, said his group would go to federal court and challenge any antibusing amendment Congress finally adopts. ... , ' '.- Mr. Nixon's antibusing proposal was made Aug. 3 when he said he favored the "minimum" amount of busing corn-pa t i b 1 e with the Supreme Court's April decision endorsing busing as a desegregation tool. : Rep. John M. Ashbrook, R-Ohio, offered the administration amendment, which would bar use of any of the desegregation money , for transportation purposes. Nixon Plan Defended Rep. Roman C. Pucinski, D-Ill., defended Mr. Nixon'a proposal, saying "federal money ought to be used for Improvement of s c h o o 1 s teachers and equipment." But Rep. Albert H. Quie, R-Mlnn., said that "in some cases, the expenses of desegregation Include busing. It's ridiculous to prohibit use of the which threatens ot force conso-1 i d a t i o n of white suburban schools and black Detroit schools, offered his "neighborhood schools" amendment. His purpose, he said, was "to make it clear that a colorblind policy in assignment" of pupils to schools would not prevent schools from getting federal funds, even though racial segregation is not eliminated.- " . Performing Whale Dies In Germany MUNICH, Germany (UPI) - Wally the killer , whale Is dead. , : . Wally (a she despite her name) died Monday of what appeared to be heart failure, a spokesman for the Florida Dolphin Show said yesterday, v - The 15-foot , long, two-ton whale was in Mnnich as a side attraction to the annual Oktoberfest, which ended Sunday. "Khn had been in good health throughout the stay," the spokesman said. Wally had done 10 to 12 shows a day and was a top attraction. But Sunday night she refused her usual fish diet and a veterinarian was summoned. He diagnosed a .circulatory ailment and gave Wally vitamins and antibotics. The whale died Monday, however, A spokesman .for the dolphin show said it had cost $8,000 to bring Wally to Munich from Vancouver, Canada. The whale was caught six months ago off the coast of Washington state, according to the spokesman. , Firm Told To Halt Anti-Union Practices Pri Waihlnplsn lurtou WASHINGTON - The National Labor Relations Board ordered the Sam Aria Hauling and Excavating Co. of Weirton, W. Va., today to cease and desist from various anti-union practices. The complaint was brought by Local 428 of the Teamsters. O'Hara Proposal , So long as a school district assigned children on "a racially nondiscriminatory basis" to nearby schools, O'Hara said, the school district would be able to get federal money under his amendment. Under questioning from Steiger, however, O'Hara conceded his amendment would destroy the Health, Education and Welfare Department's power to eliminate past discrimination under the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Rep. John Dellenback, R-.Ore.,, said O'Hara's proposal was "a fundamental declara tion cutting across all legisla tion ... a basic change reaching into the Civil Rights Act. I'm not prepared for that." Hawkins said "This seeks to destroy the (desegregation aid) bill itself." But Ford warned that much worse legislation would occur in the "emotional" atmosphere of the House floor when Mr. Nixon's measure authorizing $500 million in the current fiscal year, $1 billion in fiscal 1973 finally gets there. Amendment Killed Quie first moved to restrict O'Hara's amendment to the bill at hand, winning 21 to 6. Then the committee voted, 16 to 13, to kill O'Hara's amend ment entirely. O'Hara said he'd offer his proposal on the House floor. The Senate passed its version of the 18-month-old Nixon desegregation aid bill last April. The money would be allotted to the states on the basis of numbers of minority group children enrolled in the schools. Private schools would be permitted to participate in the funding. An effort by Ford to substitute a bill distributing federal aid to all schools, across the board, was beatn, 23 to 8. 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