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BERLING-Soviet President Leonid Brezhnev yesterday
announced unilateral reductions in troop strength in Central
Europe, but warned his nation would "not watch indifferen-
tly" if the United States increased its nuclear missile strike
force in Western Europe.
The decision "to unilaterally reduce the number of Soviet
troops in Central Europe" was "motivated by a sincere
desire to take out of the impasse the efforts of many years to
achieve military detente in Europe," Brezhhev said.
BREZHNEV, IN remarks prepared for delivery to mark
the 30th anniversary of the founding of East Germany, also
vowed the Soviet Union would never launch a nuclear attack
against any states "that renounce the production and
acquisition of such arms and do not have them on their
territory.-
He said the Soviet Union will withdraw 20,000 troops and
10,000 tanks from East Germany in the next year.

The United States was closely studying Brezhnev's offer,
but the intial reaction was that it was an important
unilateral step.
OFFICIALS SAID it appeared possible that the U.S. and
its allies in talks with the Soviet Union could build on the
Soviet offer. They cautioned, however, that this was not a
formal and final reaction.
The Kremlin's offer will make just a small dent in overall
Soviet military strength in Eastern Europe. By Western
estimates, about 377,000 Soviet troops-or 13 per cent of the
Soviet armed forces-are based outside the Soviet Union.
Also, the United States resumed aerial syping on Cuba
yesterday to keep watch on Soviet troops stationed there,
administration sources disclosed yesterday.
The sources said an SR-71 "Blackbird," a high-altitude
photo reconnaissance plane, swept over the area where the
U.S. intelligence believes a 2,000 to 3,000-man Soviet combat
brigade is garrisoned.

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BOTTLE BILL DEVASTATING TO RECYCLING BUSINESS PROFITS:
Recyclers pick up on environmental cause

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By BETH PERSKY
On a scrap-filled, almost-
unreachable lot adjacent to a building
supply company, a dozen volunteers
unload used newspapers, cans, bottles,
and magazines from two pickup trucks
on the first Saturday of each month.
"I'm doing something. It's a good
cause. It's reasonable, and it saves
energy," said Natural Resources
student Tina Harmon yesterday, after
15 minutes in a human assembly line,
tossing wet newspapers onto a stack
already piled seven-feet high.
RECYCLE ANN ARBOR, a non-
profit organization which operates
from the lot at 221 Felch, just off N.

Main, has been picking up reusable
junk for the past 18 months. Currently,
it is the only local organization which
offers curbside collection of recyclable
materials to residents who leave their
empty glass bottles and flattened cans
in cardboard boxes along city streets.
According to Jonathan Dreyfuss,

Natural Resources school senior and co-
founder of Recycle Ann Arbor, the
organization offers its service only to
residents who live in the area bounded
by Main and Liberty Streets and
Stadium Boulevard. He said between 25
and 30 per cent of the residents in that
area participate in the recycling effort.

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Daily Photo by JIM KRUZ
GEORGIA CLINE HOISTS some recyclable refuse up to Dan Ezekiel and
Barb Wynne at one stop along the curbside pick-up route, which was a free
service Recycling Ann Arbor provided yesterday to central city residents.
MIQIGAN UNION
SEVE NTYFIFTH
ANNIVERSARY
The Michigan Union Opera began in 1908. The committee performed
original shows all across the country to raise money for the Union
building. Since it was a Union activity, only men were allowed to partici-
pate, and had to dress "in drag" for women's parts.

Collected newspapers are then sold to
local buyers, and eventually end u at
paper mills in Battle Creek,Toledo, In-
diana, or Tennessee, where they are
recycled into insulation or more paper.
The glass collected by RecycleAnI Ar-
bor is sold to an Owens-Illinois plant in
Charlotte.
DREYFUSS ANU his partner, tCivil
Engineering graduate student Rich
Ruyls, do their own trucking to Charlet-
te and to the buyers in Detroit.
The Ecology Center, which has
operated a recycling station on South
Industrial for nine years, also sells
glass to Owens-Illinois, according to
staff member Dave Lynch. In adition,
the recycling station is open for drop-
offs from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. pn
Fridays and Saturdays. The center also
accepts used motor oil, which is sold to
a Dearborn refinery, where it is made
into home heating oil. White office
paper, computer paper, and newspaper
are sold to Great Lakes Paper, ,atd
cans to Huron Valley Steel.
The Comprehensive Educational
Training Act (CETA) has aided both
organizations. Three Ecology Center
and two Recycle Ann Arbor employees
are paid through CETA because their
jobs meet federal funding requiremen-
ts.
UNLIKE THE Ecology Center and
Recycle Ann Arbor, Nalepka Waste
Paper Co., which buys used paper and
O & W., Inc., which accepts aluminum
cans but with no stipend, have operated
for profit for more than 30 years, accep-
ting recyclable materials during
regular business hours.
According to Lynch, the Michigan
deposit law, enacted last December,
combined with increased transpor-
tation costs and decreased paper
prices, has been devastating for many
recycling businesses..
"A lot of recycling centers in the past
year have closed - they were just
losing money all the time," he said.
LYNCH SAID the new law has no
decreased consumer interest in
recycling, but-has lowered prices of-
fered by the buyers of, used cans and
bottles.
"If you're going to recycle, you've got
to have buyers," he said. "They
(buyers) haven't been buying less, it's
a matter of prices. It affects recycling
stations, and that's why they've
closed."
Ruyls said the amount of glass
Recycle Ann Arbor receives was cut by
35 per cent with the return of can and
bottle deposits. But even though it af-
fected income, the organization still has
been able to meet expenses, he said.
DESPITE THE deposit law,
Dreyfuss said, recycling interest in Ann
Arbor has increased within the past
year.
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Sunday, October 7,1979
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MASS MEETING

COLUMN A
1. "There is no such thing as justice, in or
out of court."
2. "The first thing we do, let's kill all the
lawyers."
3. "Ignorance of the law excuses no
man.
4. "The law is an ass, a idiot."
5. "Lawyers . .. a sort of people whose
profession it is to disguise matters."
6. "No man is above the law and no man
below it."
7. "I am as sober as a judge."
8. "Laws are like cobwebs which may
catch small flies, but let wasps and
hornets break through."
9. "Deceive not thy physician, confessor

COLUMN B
A. CHARLES DICKENS
B. OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES
C. CLARENCE OARROW
D. JONATHAN SWIFT
E. JOHN SELDEN
F. SIR THOMAS MORE.
G. WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
H. GEORGE HERBERT
1. JOHN MILTON
J. HENRY FIELDING
K. THEODORE ROOSEVELT

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Rackham Aud.
7:30 p.m.

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nor lawyer."
10. "The law is a magic mirror wherein
we see reflected not only our own lives
but the lives of all men that have
been."
11. "I shall temper. . .,justice with mercy."
12. "Why may not that be the skull of a
lawyer? Where be his quiddities now,
his quillets, his cases, his tenures, his
tricks?"
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born: Riga, USSR 1949
arrested: 1970-charged with treason and
anti-Soviet agitation and
propaganda

released: 1978, and allowed to emigrate
to Israel
speaking on:
"SOVIET JEWRY &

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