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Friday;- November 6, 197C.

. THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page-.:Seven

Fridoy; November 6, 1 97C THE MICHiGAN DAILY Page Seven

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WAR ACT CONTINUES:
Montreal court arraigns 24

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(next to Fox Village Theatre)
Open every night till 9:00

MONTREAL (/P)-Twenty four
defendants were arraigned here
yesterday at a tumultuous court
session under the emergency
War Measures Act proclaimed
after the murder of Quebec's
labor minister last month.
Some shouted obscenities and
waved their fists as they were
charged with offenses ranging
from seditious conspiracy to

membership in an illegal asso-
ciation.
Police and soldiers arrested
429 persons in massive searches
after the War Measures Act was
invoked Oct. 16, but 372 were
released. At this time, 57 per-
sons are in jail awaiting charges.
The act remains in effect.
Thirteen other persons ar-
rested under the emergency
measure have been arraigned in
other parts of Quebec Province,
including Richard Hudson, 24,
who gave his birthplace as the
state of Alabama. Hudson, who
said he now lives in L'Islet-Sur-
Mer on the St. Lawrence River,

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was charged in Quebec City with
advocating principles of the ter-
rorist Quebec Liberation Front
-FLQ.
FLQ cells claimed responsibili-
ty for the slying of Pierre La-
porte, provincial labor minister
who was kidnaped Oct. 10, and
for the Oct. 5 abduction of Brit-
ish Trade Commissioner James
Cross, who is still missing.
The FLQ is a Marxist-oriented
group seeking independence for
French-speaking Quebec.
Five of the defendants in
Montreal were charged with
seditious conspiracy, which car-
ries a maximum penalty of 14
years imprisonment upon con-
viction. The others were ar-
raigned on lesser offenses.
Robert Lemieux, a Montreal
lawyer who has defended FLQ
members and initially served as
a mediator for the FLQ with the
government in the kidnapings,
was among the five charged
with seditious conspiracy.
Lemieux, with a bushy mous-
tache and hair almost to his
shoulders, spoke for the five,
calling their arraignment "com-
plete madness." His move to
quash the charges was rejected.
The other four men, accused
along with Lemieux of seditious
conspiracy, shouted insults at
the judge, calling him a "pup-
pet of American imperialism."

--Associated Press
Meir in London
Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir speaks yesterday of her meeting
Wednesday with British. Prime Minister Edward Heath, saying
there had been "no meeting of minds on basic issues."
Gay Lib to take count

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LOS ANGELES (IP)-Plans fora
a homosexual takeover of a re-
mote Californian Alpine County
government have not changed,'
according to a group spokesman,
even though militant homosexuals
in Berkeley have denounced the
move, calling it "sexist, racist, and
impractical ."

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Alpine County has 384 register-
ed voters and, according to Gay
Liberation Front community or-
-ganizer Don Kilhefmer, any group
of homosexuals larger th n that
number who meet the state's new
90-day -residency requirement to
vote will give homosexuals con-
trol.
The mass move to the county,
he said, is scheduled for Jan. 1.
Kilhefmer said homosexual re-
sponse has been overwhelmingly
in favor of a plan to move into
the, state's least populous county,
establish residence and vote in a
"gay government."
"Right now we have over 500
people who have pretty firmly
committed themselves to the pro-
ject," he said.

Moscow
mayfree
generals-.'
MOSCOW WP-Two American
generals, now 15 days in Soviet
custody, probably will be released
within a week, unofficial Soviet
sources reported yesterday.
The generals plus their pilot and
a Turkish colonel are being, held
in Leninakan in. Soviet Armenia,
where their plane landed. They
were on a tour of Turkish military
installations in eastern Turkey
when their craft allegedly strayed
off course and landed in Armenia.
4 spokesman for the U.S. Em-
bassy said no word had been re-
ceived there on repeated requests
for release of the generals, their
pilot and an escorting Turkish
colonel.
Unofficial Soviet informants,
said their government could be
expected to accept the U.S. fx-
planation that the four officers
had crossed the Soviet-Turkish
border by mistake.
The only official Soviet respoise
so far to requests for information
on the case has been that ani n
vestigation is under way.
The U.S. State Department in
Washington said Wednesday t
failed to understand why the'ire- -
vestigation is taking so long, "axd.
said unspecified "further action"
is being considered. -
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from ?PgO 6)
Speech) : The' Odyssey: 'A Modern ~
quel: Trueblood Theatre, 8:00 'P.M
International Coffee 'House: t
Gauche: "East Indlan Night"e :Pound
House, 1024 Hill Street, 8:00 p.m.
General Notices
Sheffield-Keele applications are due
n 4017 SEBby Nov. 15, 1970.
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
U. Fellowship, Huron Baptist Chure;
3150 Glacier Way, Nov. 8, .7:00 prx.
Film special: "Urbana; '70".
** * C.
UM Foilk Dance Club every ,ri. eve-
ning 7:30-11:00 Barbour Gym. Tekbhi
ing 7:30-9:00. Open to atl.
-* * *. *
The Project Community present A
Children's Film Festival every Sat. 1fit
Canterbury House - 330 Maynard, 0
a.m. to noon, tickets at 2547' SAB -76
3548. Sat., Nov. 7, (from Fantasfa),
A World is Born, Gulliver's Travels;
Moon Bird.' Admission charge.

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The lampyridae beetle family.
Delight of small boys. Biological
light bulb. And prime source of
raw material for another .Du Pont
innovation.
Luciferase, an enzymatic protein
with intriguing properties, obtain-
able only from fireflies. Luciferin,
an organic molecule also found in
fireflies, but synthesizable. Adeno-
sine triphosphate (ATP), a common
energy-yielding substance found in
all living cells,
Those are the three main ingre-
dients in lampyridae's love light.
And because ATP is common to all
living cells, university researchers
discovered they could produce an

artificial glow by mixing luciferin
and luciferase wherever life is
present.
Noting that phenomenon, Du Pont
scientists and engineers went on
to develop it into a practical ana-
lytical system. Correlating the in-
tensity of the artificial "glow" with
the amount of ATP present in
bacteria, they designed a means of
measuring the reaction.
The result is the luminescence
biometer-the first really basic im-
provement in bacteria-counting
methods since the time of Louis
Pasteur. Rather than waiting days
for a culture to demonstrate growth
density, a doctor or technician can

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icentration in amatterof minutes.
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The Middle East

- Our Next Indochina?

From Sept. 21-23, 1970 Washington was prepared to invade Jordan any moment, To save King
Hussein's throne under the pretext that the Hashenite monarch was a victim of "foreign aggres-
sion.' President Nixon ordered 3 aircraft carriers, each carrying 50 combat planes to the coast of
Lebanon. Two airborne battalions of the U.S. 8th Infantry Division were placed on alert in Mainz,
West Germany. Troops from the 82nd Airborne Division were on alert at Fort Bragg, North Caro-
lina. (The same unit was used by LBJ to crush the 1965 revolt in Santa Domingo and the 1967
black uprising in Detroit.)

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