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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, October 15, 1974

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, October 15, 1974

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NOW AT
V.I.P. DISCOUNT
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COMPLETE DAIRY
DEPARTMENT
2-V2 Gal. MILK
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Anti-busing forces picket
Kennedy as boycott goes on

BOSTON (A') - Antibusing
demonstrators formed a 1,000-
car motorcade in predominately
white South Boston last night
and drove to a Democratic
fundraiser featuring Sen. Ed-
ward Kennedy (D-Mass.).
Cars were parked two and
three deep near the Sheraton
Boston Hotel. A chanting, clap-
ping crowd of white demonstra-
tors estimated by police at 1,-
000 persons milled on either
side of the doorway.
The South Boston Home and
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School Association, which or-
ganized the motorcade, said it
was formed to "show the Demo-
cratic party that it does not re-
flect the will of the people with
respect to busing."
SOME OF the crowd held
American flags and hand-let-
tered antibusing signs.
Inside, a $100-a-couple dinner
was getting under way for Dem-
ocratic gubernatorial candidate
Michael. He has urged support
for court orders to desegregate
schools but says he want to
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LISTEN TO THE
INCREDIBLE
SOUNDS OF
THE CASBAH
AND OBSERVE THE
BIRTH OF A GROUP
MAKING HISTORY IN
A WORLD OF MUSIC

MAJ elections begin;
anti-fraud steps taken

(Continued from PMaM1)
raTo guard against any charge
of fraud, election workers al-
lowed The Daily to inspect the
ballot boxes to determine that
they were empty.

in order to
extraordinary
102 S. FIRST

introduce you to this
performance the

Both the ballots and the
es will remain locked up
they are distributed to the
ing sites.

box-
until
poll-

The only violation of the new
code that has occurred up to
now was a change in the dead-
line for filing which moved it
a week closer to the election.
However, a review of the old
cod reveals that if the rules it
lays down are determined to be
in effect, mass violations have
occurred. The old code calls
for four election officials, who
do not exist under the new code,
as well as a $5 filing fee for
candidates and a complex sys-
tem for ballot security.

modify the plan to eliminate
busing. Kennedy has supported
busing.
Over the weekend, about 1,000 9
demonstrators, mostly blacks,
staged a pro-busing march from
the predominantly black Rox-
bury section to the Boston Com-
mon.
SCHOOL violence erupted
soon after classes began Sept.
12, when cross-busing of 18,200
pupils in South Boston and Rox-
bury began under a federal
court order.
Schools were closed for the
Columbus Day holiday yester-
day.
Lawyers from a five-man
Justice Department team met
over the weekend with black
community leaders to discuss
their investigation of civil rights
violations in connection with
school integration.
THEY SAID they also plan-
ned to meet with white leaders.
After their arrival from Wash-
ington last Friday, the investi-
gators said their probe would
include antibusing protesters
and an incident of alleged bru-
tality involving members of the
Boston Police Department's
Tactical Patrol Force.
One of the lawyers, David
Rinzel, said the team's imme-
diate task was to review 43
cases under study by the FBI,
and that the team would be Secretary of State Henry Kissinger s
"pretty soon." Algeria in Algiers. Kissinger arrived fro
A WHITE boycott of some diplomatic relations with the United Sta
schools was expected to con-
tinue, although antibusing lead- ERIM MOTIONLS FAIL-
ers disavowed any connection
with it.
"It's no longer organized as it
was in the first weeks. It's just C o im eil
people keeping their children
out of school for their own safe-
ty," said Virginia Sheehy, an (Continued from Page 1) resolution
organizer of the South Boston "It is time that Ann Arbor says "developi
Information Center. no to war research." The HRP cy' techr

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GET-ACQUAINTED PARTY

THE ELECTION'S operation
is based on the election code
adopted at an Oct. 3 SGC meet-
ing. However, the passage of
the new code occurred a week
after the deadline for code
changes.
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handshake
kes hands with President Houari Boumedienne of
om Syria a short time before. Algeria has not had
tes since the 1967 Mideast War.

Wed., Oct.

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ng 'counter - insurgen-'
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States' unconstitutional war ef-t
fort in Indochina" and causingI
"probable loss in city services"
due to decreased tax revenues.
Councilman Louis Becher (R-
Fifth Ward) charged, "TheI
elitists in the community are at-f
tempting to decide what is so-
cially acceptable for all," in
reference to the HRP stand on_
defense - related research.
Council's non-opposition to
ERIM will be considered by
county commissioners w h o
asked for feedback from the
city on the institute's relocation
efforts. Commissioners are ex-
pected to initiate the bond re-k
quest Nov. 6.I

set in motion a 45-day referen-
dum period during which peti-
tions could be filed opposing
the bond issue, thus forcing ap-
proval by county voters.
Council further moved to op-
pose state-wide proposition A
which would limit money for'
public transportation to one-
eighteenth of gas tax revenues
and amend the Endangered Spe-
cies Ordinance to include the
Great Whale.

'it takes more than rhetoric and political rallies on the diag
to make an effective State Representative. I will work for
effective change with other legislators, not against them.

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C O M M I S S I O N E R
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