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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, October 6, 1974

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, October 6, 1974

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FOCUS GROUPS

Counseling Services-
Office of Student Services

Victims murder rapists

Fonda, Ellsberg
blast U.S. poles

A program of small group experience for personal growth and staff development. There is no
fee for participation. Groups are led by trained facilitators. Members are expected to attend
all sessions. Available this semester (croups meet weekly unless otherwise specified)
Couples Group-Weekend plus 4 sessions Is there a group you'd like to see? Fill out
Women's Group application, and briefly describe your idea on
Men's Group the back. We may be able to organize a new
New Mother's Support Group group.
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Drop by or call for more information-764-8437
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MAJOR FIELD OF INTEREST
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PREVIOUS GROUP EXPERiENCE_
GROUPS APPLIED FOR: (if more than one choice give in order of priority)
SCHEDULE (if applying for an on-going group, put an X in hours you are definitely NOT free
to meet. Most groups meet one three hour session a week, usually an evening.
MON. TUES. WEDS. THURS. FRI.

(Continued from Page 1) men called Thursday and said
the crime causes a death, even they were coming over. Police
the death of a partner in crime said Robert Boyd, 44, her fath-
by a victim or police. er, opened the door and the
Police said there were 5-foot, 98-pound Kantaeng blast-
"numerous inconsistencies" be- ed Allen in the neck as he
tween the Stories told by Tice walked in. Tice fled.
and Kantaeng and the investi-
gation was continuing. IN MONTEREY, G a r c i a' s
11-year-old son broke out in
KANTAENG told investiga- tears as he heard his mother
tors that Allen and Tice ab- found guilty of murder in the
ducted her Wednesday as she death of Miguel Jiminez last
left her job in a shopping cen- March. Garcia, 30, showed no
ter, and drove her to Jerome emotion, comforting the boy
Park in Santa Ana. The men until she was led away by a
held a hunting knife against bailiff to await sentencing Oct.
her throat and raped her re- 18.

Moments later, she confronted
them in an alley with a .22-
caliber rifle and shot Jiminez
six times. "I missed Luis but. I
meant to kill him too," she
said.
THE TRIAL was attended byr
many feminists, and Garcia
drew support from the Bay
Area Women Against Rape,
who said the case was an ex-I
ample of why many women do
not report rapes, for fear of3
public humiliation. Garcia did i
not tell police she had been
raped at the time of her ar-
rest for killing Jiminez.
She could be given a maxi-i
mum sentence of life in prison.,

(Continued from Page 1)
"IN '65, IT was oir war, but;
we were winning. In '68, it was;
still our war but we were get-'
ting out.
"But those were all, lies," he,
argued. "It was always our
war, and we were never win-
ning it."
Ellsberg contended that the'
government has managed toI
maintain its involvement in In-
dochina so long and so deeply:
because it has managed to keep
Americans ignorant as to the
extent of the involvement. j
"NIXON," he said, "under-I

peatedly, she said.r
To get them to release her
without further harm, she pro-
mised not to report the assault
to police and gave them her
home telephone number.
She told investigators the

Her husband, Juan, an anti-
Castro Cuban, is in Soledad
state prison for bombings in
Los Angeles.
Garcia said that last March
Jiminez, 21, held her while
Luis Castillo,17, raped her.

stood that the American peo-
ple still believe that we should
not oppose self-determination.
They do not approve of politi-
cal imprisonment. They do not
approve of torture."
When public opinion is force-
fully expressed, he said, it has
its effect. He said a Kissinger
plan to "devastate" North Viet-
nam with bombing was modi-
fied and postponed three years
as a result of the moratorium
merches several years ago, de-
spite claims that they were
ignored.
And Americans will act,
claimed Fonda, when they are
alerted to the fact that the
Thieu regime in South Vietnam
uses "prisons built with our
money, tear gas made in fed-
eral laboratories in Pennsyl-
vania, and handcuffs maufac-
tured by Smith and Wesson in
Massachisetts."
Commenting on the experi-
ences of the protest movement
in the U.S., Fonda remarked,
"I'm not satisfied that after 60
anti-war trials the score is Anti-
war 60, Justice Department
nothing. I'm not satisfied that
the people who put us on trial
are in jail."

Bikes: Easy rip-offs
for potential thieves

(Continued from Page 1)
" Register your bike at the
city clerk's office located at
E. Huron and Fifth. For fifty
cents, the city will issue a
permanent license and will also
stamp on a serial number if
your bike doesn't have one.
A 1 t h o u g h the "registration
sticker can be scraped off the
bike, registration is still bene-
ficial. The city records your
serial number, which can facili-
tate recovery of a stolen bike.
Also, a registered bike would
probably receive more imme-
diate attention when reported.

fessional at least two extra
hours to cut. Also, buy a cable
at least six feet long.
* Wrap the cable around both
wheels and the frame as well.
Don't lock just one wheel. At-
tach the cable to something
solid, immobile and in open
view.

THE UNIVERSITY adminis- THE MICHIGAN DAILY
tration prohibits bicycles inside volume LXXXV, No. 28
University buildings because of Sunday, October 6, 1974
fire hazards and increased main- is edited and managed by students
tenance costs. at the University of Michigan. News
phone 764-0562. Second class postage
However, Walter Stevens, as- paid at Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106.
sistant director of safety, says Published d a I 1 y Tuesday through
teUnivdersit oesfpantsn-ySunday morning during the Univer-
the University does plan to sity year at 420 Maynard Street. Ann
stall more secure bike racks. Arbor, Michigan 48104. Subscription
The new racks will clamp lock rates: $10 by carrier (campus area);
bike with a quarter de- $11 local mail (Michigan and Ohio);
your k$12 non-local mail (other states and
posit. foreign).
Summer session published Tues-
At present though, the indi- day through Saturday morning.
vidual remains largely respon- Subscription rates: $5.50 by carrier
(campus area); $6.00 local mail
sible for minimizing bike theft. (Michigan and Ohio); $6.50 non-
So, guard your wheels. local mail (other states and foreign).

" Invest in a thick lock and
cable. Essentially you buy time
from a would-be thief, say rep-
resentatives of Campus Bike
and Toy Store.
They suggest a two-and-a-half
inch, approximately eight-dollar I
master lock, which takes a pro- 1

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