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THE BEST AMERICAN FILM
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A MIKE NICHOLS FILM
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ANGELA DAVIS has gone on a hunger strike, her attorney
Margaret Burnham revealed yesterday.
The black revolutionary is protesting conditions in the Women's
House of Detention,where she is being heldufor extradition to Cali-
fornia on muder and kidnap charges, said Burnham, who is a friend
BERNADETTE DEVLIN returned to the House of Commons
yesterday to the cheers of Laborite supporters and the frigid
silence of the ruling Conservatives.
Devlin assumed her seat after serving two-thirds of a six-month
sentence for riotous behavior and incitement to riot. She was re-
leased early for good behaviour.
Devlin did not apologize for her actions in the Bigside district
of Londonderry last year, but said she feels active violence right
now would not work in the interests of the working class.
WED., OCT. 28: The Cat People
dir. JACQUES TOUTNER (1942)
Girl believes she turns into a cat as a result
of a curse.
THURS., FRI., OCT. 29-30:
The Day the Earth Stood Still
dir. ROBERT WISE (1951)
Michael Rennie tries to save Earthmen
SAT., SUN., OCT. 31-NOV. 1:
The Mask of Fu Manchu
This Sax Rohmer favorite replaces the
unfortunately unavailable Psycho.
COMEDIES FESTIVAL STARTING MONDAY
7 & 9:05 ARCHITECTURE
662-8871 C AUDITORIUM
MARTIAL LAW was declared in Ecuador yesterday as the
government hunted for the kidnapers of Gen. Cesar Rohn San-
Sandoval, the commander of Eduador's air force, was the
first military man to be kidnaped in the Americas since political
abductions began in 1969.
NOBEL PRIZES in physics and chemistry were awarded
yesterday to a Swede and two Frenchmen.
Professor Hannes Alfven, 62, of the University of California at
San Diego was honored for "fundamental work and discoveries in
magneto-hydrodynamics." Prof. Louis Neel, 66, of Grenoble Univer-
sity in France shared the $80,000 award for discoveries "which have
led to important applications in solid state physics."
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences also awarded the Nobel
prize in chemistry to Prof. Luis Leloir, 64, who teaches at the
University of Buenos Aires. He was awarded the prize for his dis-
covery of sugar nucleotides and their role in the biosynthesis of;
carbohydrates and sugars,
THE SOVIET UNION recovered a satellite yesterday but lost
an airplane'to a pair of Soviet students.
Zond 8, having completed its 8-day photographic mission around
the moon, splashed down successfully in the Indian Ocean.
But the Soviet airline lost a Czech-made aircraft as the two
students, identified as Nickolai Ginlov and Vitali Pozdeyir, hijacked
the plane and guided it across the Turkish border.
The students, who had been planning the aerial heist for two
years, asked for poliitcal asylum. It was the second hijacking of a
Soviet plane to Turkey in two weeks.
TIGHT MONEY may lead to a boom in the construction of
low-cost housing for the poor, industry experts said yesterday.
Private builders are taking advantage of a government subsidized
housing program they would have scorned if. money were plentiful,
agreed the experts.
With money to finance ordinary housing difficult to obtain, low-
incoine housing starts under this program are expected to increase
ten-fold this year.
Police inspect the rear entrance wey of the Temple Beth Sholom
in downtown Rochester after it was bombed yesterday. Another
temple across the city was bombed at the same time. Authorities
are seeking some link with the dynamite blasts at 11 other build-
ings in Rochester 15 days ago.
A good health plan.
By JOHN SAMRAJ The usual macrobiotic diet, ac-
Thinking about a "macrobiotic cording to Bill Bolduc of the Eden
diet?" If you are, think care- Organic Foodstore, consists of
fully, because physical reactions about 25 per cent cooked vegeta-
to this sort of diet range from bles, 25 per cent fruits, beans and
increased health to death. animal foods, and 50 per cent
Some adherents say "it really whole grains.
makes you feel better," (Dan Ber- The macrobiotic diet, he says,
man, a student who is on the
diet), while critics maintain "it's is part of a macrobiotic "way of
contrary to all that medical sci- life," and illness due to such a diet
ence knows." (Irene Hieber, health can be explained by an abuse of
service dietitian), the diet rather than a whole-
SBut these evaluations of a mac- heartdaoinofhemc-
robiotic diet depend mostly on a ted adoption of the macro-
person's interpretation and use of: biotic life style.
The macrobiotic philosophy pur-
ports to change the bodies and P o e r }
minds ofc atsollowers bydichan- Pioneer stud
ing what they eat from their usual
fare to a macrobiotic diet con-
sisting of whole grains, supple- of
mented by cooked and raw vege-
tables, in-season fruits, very little One of the dozen Pioneer High
animal foods, and absolutely no School students arrested Sept. 30
chemicals, sugars, or drugs. a f t e r a destructive rampage
The reasoning behind this diet through the school w a s found
is "nature provides," and man guilty yesterday of malicious de-
can only hurt himself with artifi- struction of property.
cial foodssand chemicals. City police officers claimed the
The danger in this diet lies in student, Larry E. Wright of 707
extreme application. The Journal Felch Street, swung a chain
of the American Medical Associa- through a window during a dis-
tion (March 13, 1967), condemns turbance staged by black students
macrobiotics on the basis of a who were dissatisfied with admin-
case in which a woman almost istration moves to hire more black
killed herself by changing from a teachers and counselors.
normal American diet to one eat- Wright was the f i r s t of the
ing only brown rice for e i g h t group to be convicted. One other
months. defendant has entered a guilty
The actual diet is more varied, plea to the malicious destruction
yet restricts intake of fruits and charge and t h e others charged
animal foods, so it is still inade- are all awaiting trial.
quate in the eyes of today's medi- Three police officers who testi-
cine. fied at the trial said they saw a
WASHINGTON )-- AFL-CIO President George Meany
accused Nixon administration officials yesterday of calculat-
ed deception of voters about the nation's economic decline.
He also predicted a heavy vote against Republicans be-
cause of inflation and unemployment.
Meany said Nixon Cabinet officers and economic advis-
ers are deliberately trying to mislead Americans into believ
ing inflation has been curbed and that, the economy is on
"I think at least they should tell it like it is," said the
76-year-old labor leader. "There is no economic upturn in
sight . . . There has not been an improvement and there is
no indication there is going to
be an improvement." , "
He said living costs have risen t ish cu t
10 per cent since President Nixon
took office 20 months ago and
that unemployment has soared 7.2 "
per cent - from 2.6 million to 4.6 IRh 1 S. II111
"Wrat we're now getting from
the t dministration - from the
highest levels of the administra-
tion - is a lot of what I would
call calculated deception, Madison
Avenue doubletalk," Meany said. LONDON estThe British gov
"It seems every action, every erment yesterday trimmed wel-
statementsfrom every level of the fare-state benefits and raised the
administration in the last f e w prospect of higher food prices but
days is directed at the election. ordered cuts in personal and cor-
Against all this economic dou- poration taxes.
bletalk which is all directed at the The action brought cries of "re-
election we in t h e trade union sign" from the Labor party, which
movement . . . go by the record Prime Minister Edward Heath's
and the 20-month record of the Conservatives ousted in June.
Nixon administration from the of- In presenting his budget the
ficial figures . .. Chancellor of Exchequer, Anthony
"The buying power of the fac- Barber, said cuts in state services
tory worker's weekly pay is down would save $792 million next year
2 per cent, and $2,64 billion by 1975.
"The major industrial areas Then, to Tory cheers in the
with substantial unemployment, House of Commons, he said the
of which there were 6 in January savings would permit cuts of 21/2
1969 there are now 35, and this percentage points in the basic in-
is out of the 150 areas in t h e come tax rate and in corporation
country which are characterized taxes next year.
as major industrial areas. So we The savings, Barber said, will
have substantial unemployment in come partly from increased charg-
six times as many of these areas es in subsidized housing, the state-
as we had in 1969. run National Health Service,
Meanwhile, the Labor Depart- school meals and other welfare
ment disclosed that it has added programs for those who can afford
five major labor markets to its to pay.
list of areas with unemployment
of 6 per cent or more. Companion moves will reduce
person they -identified ts Wright
swing a chrome-colored chain
through a window in the school
as a group of nearly 30 youths
moved down a hallway. "
Miss Pauline Rothmeyer, ap-
pearing as; Wright's counsel, mov-
ed for a dismissal on the grounds
that no malicious intent had been
shown and because of what she
termed "contradictory" testimony
by the state witness.
Circuit Court Judge S. J. El-
den denied the motion to dismiss,
saying the witnesses' testimony
made it clear they had s e e n
Wright turn toward a window and
snap the chain.
Elden found Wright guilty as
charged and set sentencing for
Nov. 20. Wright is currently free
government investment grants and
other incentives. Most measures
will take effect April 1.
The idea, Barber said, is to make
welfare services more selective:
"Where the user can\afford it, he
should bear more of the cost and
the taxpayer less."
Inside and outside Parliament,
initial reaction was largely hostile.
Heath's precedessor, H a r o Id
Wilson, called the slashes in serv-
ices a formula for "the survival
of the fattest." Roy Jenkins, the
Labor spokesman of finance, said
the new charges on health and
other services mean, in effect,
higher taxes for most Britons.
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