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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, October 22, 1972

Ecology conference
plans group strategy

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(Continued from Page 1)
He also stressed the importance
of the physical presence of sup-
< <:>porters of an issue.
;., "If there's a mass of people sit-
ting inthegallerysduring a public
hearing" Pomeroy said, "a legis-
lator will respond to them, whether
its a corporation or a group of con
Nixon to veto
funding bill
THURMONT Md.(Ai' n- Presi,
dent Nixon said yesterday if re
elected he ll not hesitate to take
unpopular action when he thinks
he is right And an aide indicated
Nsixon's ready now for a step that
bill be unpopular with Congress
Daily Photo by TOM GOTTLIEB veto of a major appropriations
Dr. Benjamin Spock converses with HRP senatorial candidate Bar- bill.
rsing affair held here last night. John Ehrlichman, head of the
wth ssd s P st President's Domestic Cou ncil,
briefed reporters yesterday on
legislative prospects. He said of
ts Nixon, M cGovern the $30.5 billion appropriations
measure for the Health, Educa-
dtion and Welfare (HEW) andsLa-
xr a n e earantbor Departments, "I would be very
an 'pessimistic over the possibility of
" i' the bill surviving."
proposing "only mild tinkering1 In the November election, The1 ed the HEW-Labor money bill. In
with the system." He dismissed People's Party will appear on thek re-passing it, Congress cut only
Nixon as a man who has failed at 'ballots of 10 states. Spock blamesI about $9 million from the figure
everything he promised.1 this small number on "election in the vetoed bill but did include
The People's Party platform in- laws designed to keep everyone butj discretionary authority for the
cludes such planks as setting a Democrats and Republicans off1 President to cut expenditures to
maximum personal income of the ballot.1 $29.3 billion.

PEOPLE'S PARTY CANDIDATE
bara Halpert at an HRP fund-rai
O s 0
Spock hii
at 1HRP ft
By GORDON ATCHESQN
"We are rapidly being deprived
of our rights, our fresh air, and!
our freedoms," said Dr. Benjamin
Spock. "If we do not act now, the
United States will be torn apart by
hate among groups or destroyed

cerned citizens. Nothing beats let-
ting them know they're being
watched by someone besides the
corporations affected by the bill.''
Follow-up is just as important as
passage of a bill, added Sol Balti-
more, Wayne County TB and Health
Society Director of Environmental
Health. yE
After it is passed, guidelines for
enforcement j must be set, he ex-
plained, and most people are re-
luctant to tackle such difficult
issues.
"Things like air pollution are
intangibles," he said, "and it is
difficult for people to come to grips
with them."
Additional conference seminars
studied use of lawsuits and envi-
ronmental education. Suggestions
of participants will be considered
by the Governor's Task Force on
Environmental Education.
Sponsored by MSEC, the confer-
ence drew participants from high
school and even junior high organi-
zations, as well as a few private
citizens. Larger groups such as
PIRGIM, ENACT and the Ecology
Center of Ann Arbor were also
represented.
Pomeroy described the Lansing-
based M S E C as a "facilitator
group'' working with legislative
issues and providing information
to student ecology groups around
the state.
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Merlyn Lavey Has Been
Making News for 25 Years

by a nuclear war." $50,000, a guaranteed minimum
Spock, the People's Party presi- income of $6,500, and socialized
dential candidate and world fam- medicine. Spock commented "the Today's staff:
ous "baby doctor", made his grim American people are bamboozled News: Dan Blugerman, Cin
prediction last night at a fund- I into believing these proposals are Editorial Page: Lindsay Ch
raising affair for the Human inherently evil." Arts Page: Gloria Smith
Rights Party. Spock, of course, admits he will Photo technician: Tom Got
According to Spock neither Ri- not win the presidential election,
chard Nixon nor George McGov- but feels he and his party provide
ern can provide adequate solutions a forum for opinions which are
b ninrTennlp imnrentable to either majior nar-

ndy Hill, Diane Levick, Charles Stein,
aneyv
tlieb

See What He Does Tomorrow
in the

To r nt1 s couni ry s pro iems. unlaCCU pLUOIC w p.PJ I 1 VL
Spock condemned McGovern for ty.

Star Trek, comic freaks
descend on Motor City

(Continued from Pages1)
feel about jazz-that it is some-
thing uniquely American that
A me r i c an s don't appreciate,"
Adams added.1
"There is a whole generation of:
people that want to put comicsI
down. They think comics are
trash," Steranko said. "But the!
college kids aren't afraid to say
'I read comics.' It's a valid art
form, an art form for the masses."
One of the most unique and
widely acclaimed underground ar-1
tists, Bode brought to the conven-i
tion a special slide show of his.
famous comic Sunpot.
Supplying his own narration,:
Bode had the large audience roar-
ing over the antics of Lizardly,
Doctor Electric and the voluptuous
Belinda Bump on the maiden voy-
age of their starship Sunpot.
"Most overground artists keep a
close eye on the development of j
~T~tit~ To i
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the underground comics," said
Adams.
"Although 99 per cent of them
could never make it overground
because they are not technically
proficient enough," added Steran-
ko.
The conveition was not all com-
ic books and Star Trek, however.
Each night, a half-dozen movies
ranging from the Marx Brothers'
to the chilling Night of the Living
Dead were shown to packed houses.
One conventioneer from Wash-
ington, D.C. seemed to sum it up!
the best. "This is a great place to
meet people, have a good time,
spend all your money and wear
out your eyeballs."

Forest .fires burn
more than trees.
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Life Was With People: A Kingdom of Twilight
THE JEWISH COMMUNITIES OF EASTERN EUROPE
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS-OCTOBER 22-29

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Sunday, October 22-TONIGHT
8 p.m.-Hillel Foundation, 1429 Hill St.
"The Shop On Main Street"
Directed by Jan Kadar and Elmar Klos
Academy Award Winner-50c admission
Monday, October 23-ARNOST LUSTIG
4:10 p.m.-Lecture Rm. 2, Modern Language Bldg.
(co-sponsor: Dept. of Slavic Languages and Literature)
"A Conversation with Arnost Lustig,
Czech Novelist and Filrnwriter"
Q . .:11.. ._. . .:... A0 .:1..

Thursday, October 26
8 p.m.-Hillel Foundation, 1429 Hill St.
DR. EMIL FACKENHEIM

JIMMY AND THE JAVELINS WITH CHASTITY AND THE BELTS
9:00 P.M., THURS., OCT. 26
UNION BALLROOM
No Cost to Get In or Out!!

(Univ. of Toronto)
AND
DR. IRVING GREENBERG
(CUNY)
"The Cursed and the Blessed: The Generation
of Auschwitz and Jerusalem-A Dialogue with
the Theologians"'
Saturday and Sunday, October 28 and 29
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