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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

BOYCOTT EFFECTIVE 5,000 show
Meat sales are down up for hash

Tuesday, April 3, 1,973

(Continued from Page 1) 25 per cent. sold for 60 cents a pound.
Since then, in New York, ground But there was widespread agree- In congress, Treasury Secretary
beef has risen by 12 per cent to ment that the success or failure of George Shultz predicted that food
one dollar and ten cents a pound; the boycott would not be known prices would level off in the year's
pork chops by 20 per cent to one until later this week, when house- second half, and then begin to
dollar and ten cents a pound; and wives do their weekend shopping. drop.
lamb chops by 20 per cent to one With meat sales down, macoroni But clearly the boycott organi-
dollar and seventy-five cents a sales in some areas have skyrock- zers and a sizeable number of Con-
pound, eted. Shoppers apparently plan to gressmren are not prepared to wait,
The boycott, first called for by use it as the base for non-meat and are calling for an outright
Congressman William Cotter (D- casseroles, adding cheese or tuna rollback of prices to the lower lev-
Conn.), has already had an effect fish. Some Brooklyn markets were els of last Jan. 1.
on meat producers, with some ma- sold out of macaroni yesterday. -
jor packers in the midwest cutting Fish was being used as a meat
back this week on slaughtering and substitute in Washington, if sales
grocery wholesalers similarly plan- at the city pier was an indication.
ning reduced buying. *At Potomac River stalls, fish
Some New York grocery stores sales rose by as much as 30 per
reported meat sales down by asj cent, although there were com-_
much as 50 per cent. In Washing- plaints by shoppers that even fish

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ton, meat sales were off by about prices were too migh. Rockfish f
for Bullrd
Geneen admits (cniuTTrm ae1
pnabEII adm itsa rsoutin -up to one year
in jail and a $1,000 fine.
" -1 sA resolution sponsored by
volve entC ie O'Brien says, "By actions,
lnvolemellL inRep Bullard has encouraged other
citizens to break the law in viola-
(Continued from Page 1) participate in any way in any al- tion of his oath of office."
Allende as president of Chile . . . leged plot for a military coup in "Rep. Bullard has placed him-
"2. ITT's concern was based on Chile to block the election of Dr. self above the law and by escap-
the possibility, which later became Allende. ig from the penalties of his ac-
a fact, that its 70 per cent owned "4. Nor did it contribute money tions has created a double stand-
telephone subsidiary . . would to any person or to any agency ofIard of justice m the state of Mich-
be seized and exporpriated without any government to block the elec- igan," the resolution said.
p r ay ovrnmnttoblck heelc- O'Brien said the pbi a
compensation. tion of Dr. Allende. priouse fai th ipubhe has
"3. ITT did not encourage or "5. ITT did not take any action dicia and governmental ststems
to cause economic chaos in Chile now and this would just be add-
in an attempt to block the election ing fuel to that feeling.
of Dr. Allende, nor did it advocate-
S tun d en ts, that any others take such steps." LONG BEACH, Calif. (UPI) _-
Geneen added that "all that ITT The city got the avocados, motor-
* did was to present its views, can- ists got a better view of the stop
cr0 cerns, and ideas to various de- sign and Hollis Privett got $2,200.
partments of the U. S. govern- Privett planted an avocado tree
ment." in front of his home 40 years ago
" e He said: "This is not only its and nurtured it into producing
in Tright, but also its obligation. The about 500 avocados a year.
right is a very important consti- Then the city, complaining that
tutional right, and I would hope the avocado crop was blocking the

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PARIS (Reuter) - Several peo- that this committee would agree v
ple were injured as club-wielding that it is not wrong for a citizen t
riot police Monday night charged to try to approach government of- [
to disperse militant leftists at the ficials to discuss with them his
end of a mass student demonstra- problems and concerns, and to
tion here. raise possible solutions consistent b
The police fired volleys of tear with government policy."
gas grenades into crowds of chant-
ing demonstrators who overturned m ' - '. +
d car and blocked a street with
debris. DAL FF/Cl4
The trouble came as a handful
of demonstrators refused to dis- ;::. :;.:" .:;:;: : . Y.<.;=r::>;>;:..

view of a stop sign, ordered it
rimmed, and lopped off so many
branches that Privett now gets
only about 45 avocados a year.
Privett, 80, a retired real estate
broker, sued and the jury award-
ed him $2,200 in damages.
AL BULLETIN

EVERY WEDNESDAY

UPRISING
at the
208 Huron

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perse after about 60,000 high TUESDAY, APRIL 3
school and university students DAY CALENDAR
marched through northeastern Baseball: Michigan vs. EMU, Fisher
Paris to protest against a new law Stadium, 2 pm.
abolishing most military service LSA Coffee Hour: Near Eastern Lang.
deferments for students. & Lit., 3050 Frieze Bldg., 3 pm.
It tok iot olie oe bief Museum of Anthropology: Joyce P.
It took riot police one brief Marcus, Dumbarton Oaks/Harvard U.
charge to clear the demonstrators "The Political Information Contained
from the huge Place de la Nation in Ancient Maya Carved Monuments,"
where the march ended. Rackham Amph., 4 pm.
Trotter House: Writer's workshop,
When the police moved in one 1443 washtenaw, 7 pm.
middle-aged man was seriously In- History 104 Films: Ray's "Pather Pan-
jured in the stomach, but specta- chali," UGLI Multipurpose Rm., 7:30
tors were unable to say how It hap- Music School: DMA Piano series,
pened. Liszt transcendentai etudies, SM Re-
vital Hall, 8 pm.
The Michigan Daily, edited and man- GENRAL NOTICES
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SUMMER PLACEMENT
212 SAB
Interview: register in person or by
phone, 763-4117: Jewell Co., Livonia,
Mi. Will interview Apr. 6, 9:30 to 5.
Saginaw areas contacting established
firms. Drive small panel truck. Need
car only to get to work.

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TIM BUCKLEY

FEATURE PROMPTLY AT
1-3-5:05-7:05-9:10
(No Short Subjects)
"AS ENTERTAINING
AS 'BUTCH CASSIDY' "
-New York Magazine
IN THE LIFE AND TIMES OF

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JACOBSON'S OPEN THURSDAY
AND FRIDAY UNTIL 9:00 P.M.

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TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY
April 3-4
GOLDIGGERS OF 1933
The most amazing choreography that mov-
ies have ever seen; staged by the great Bus-
by Berkeley. Screenplay by U.M.'s own Av-
ery Hopwood.
THURSDAY & FRIDAY: CITIZEN KANE
1 and 9 ARCHITECTURE AUDITORIUM $1
The Union Gallery
PRESENTS
The April B .A. Show
APRIL 6-15
A display and sale of work done by gradu-
Q ating seniors from the School of Architec-
ture & Design. U
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WED., April 11
$3.00 Admission Advance
$3.50 at the door

POWER CENTER
BOTH PERFORMING
AT 7:00 and 9:30 CONCERTS

ADVANCE TICKETS now: Union, 1 1-5:30, Mon.-Sat.
and Power Center, M.W.F., 2-5 and T.Th. 10-5
FURTHER INFO.: 763-4553 during Union hours above.

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