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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesdoy, November 1 1972

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PageEigt TH MIHIGA D~LY WdnedayNo'embe 1,197

Govt. plan to build national
communication system revealed

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Friday and Saturday SIi
the original uncut
King Kong
starringFAY WRAY
--PLUS--
personal appearance by
KING KONG and Gorillas
7:30 and 10:00

DE BY SIDE

Friday and Saturday

Reefer Madness
--P LUS--
FIRESIGN THEATRE
in "Martian Space Party"

By the AP and Reuters by Dr. Edward David Jr., Nixon's'
WASHINGTON - A secret White science adviser.
House study of plans to wire every David was unavailable for com-
American home, car and boat into ment.
a central communications system The study contains detailed de-
under government control was scriptions of systems for dissemi-
made public yesterday by Rep. nating educational, cultural and
William Moorhead (D-Pa.}. social services through a public
The study, prepared for Presi- broadcasting network; alerting the
dent Nixon's Domestic Council en- nation or any locality to an im-
visions a "wired nation" that would pending disaster, and providing lo-
provide the government with a cal police with information they,
disaster-warning system and, a need to combat crime.
means of dispensing a wide variety Moorhead said the study also
of services and information. proposed the establishment if an
It provides also, said Moorhead, electronic postal system using
a blueprint for a government- op- using space satellites to relay mail
erated propaganda and spy sys- between U.S. cities and possibly
tem. other countries.
The congressman also made pub- He said the communications
lic a letter to President Nixon ask- would be stored in a computer
ing him to give oCngress all addi- while awaiting transmission, and
tional data involved in the study. aides to the congressmen contend-
He said he was greatly concerned ed the government could retrieve'
over the implications of big brother them from the computer if they
intrusion of the federal govern- wished, thus using the computer
ment into the daily lives of vir- to spy on individuals.
tually every American. They make only one brief refer-
The study in Moorhead's posses- ence to any concern that might
sion is stamped "Administratively arise over the issue of government

study says. "This issue should be
considered before the disaster-
warning system proceeds to the
d e v e 1 o p m e n t and investment
stage."
Asked about the report, White
House Press Secretary RonaldI
Ziegler said he did not have slight-:
est idea of what it was all about
and that "I would assume it makes:
a very dramatic press release."
He said he was confident the
administration would not propose
or proceed with the program men-
tioned in the report.
Moorhead said that regardless of
whatever good the proposed sys-
tem may contain its potential for
abuse requires a thorough airing
in Congress before any steps are
taken to implement it.
"This is a blueprint for the 'Big
Brother' propaganda and spy sys-
tem which George Orwell warned
about in his novel. '1984,' '" Moor-'
head said. "But the government
plan could put it into effect even
earlier.

GENERAL NOTICE TO
REGISTERED VOTERS
OF ANN ARBOR
Recent court action declared a provision of Michigan Election
Law which provided for the cancellation of voter registration for
persons who had not voted in two years invalid. The voter I.D.
cards which had been used while the statute was in effect con-
tained a warning that failure to vote in any two year period
would result in a voter's cancellation.

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UPCOMING GENERAL ELECTION TO BE HELD ON
NOVEMBER 7, 1972.

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Confidential" on each of its 300
pages. It is dated August 1971 and
is described as a preliminary re-
sponse to a request for the study

invasion of privacy. v
"There may be opposition to re-
quiring receivers to be built into
all radios and televisions," the

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sent in TYPEWRITTEN FORM to
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not accepted for publication. For
more information, phone 764-9270.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1
DAY CALENDAR
Psychiatry Lecture: J. G. Cross,
MHRI, "Economic Systems & Behavior-
al Change" Children's Psych. Hosp.
Aud., 10:15 am.
Commission for Women: Homer
Health Lounge, Union, 11 am.
Anatomy' Lecture: F. Merchant, stu-
dent seminar, 4804 Med. Sci. II, 1:10
pm.
Groundbreaking Ceremony: N e w
Arch. & Design Bldg., Bonisteel Blvd.,
across from N. Campus Commons, 2
pm.
Psych. 171 Film Series: "Silent
Snow," "Secret Snow," "Dream of Wild
Horses," & "Occurrence of Owl Creek
Bridge," UGLI Multipurpose Rm., 4
pm.
Dental School: R. Craig, "The Poly-
mer Story," 1033 Kellogg, 4 pm.
Zoology Lecture: E. Nevo, Haifa
Univ., Israel, "Variation & Evolution
in the Subterranean Mammal, Spalax,"
1400 chem., 4 pm.

Botany Seminar: G. McBride, "Sat-
uration Diving & Botanical Observa-
tions on a Subtropical Marine Reef,"
1139 Nat. Sci. Bldg., 4 pm.
Statistics Seminar: R. Lee, "Spectral
Implications of a Stochastic Birth-
Marriage Model with Historical Appli-
cations," 3227 Angell Hall, 4 pm.
Physics Colloquium: P. Maker, Ford
Scientific Lab, "Modern Develop-
ments in Spectroscopy," P&A Colloq.
Rm., 4 pm.
Studies in Religion, Relig. Affairs,
Socialogy, Art Hist. & Near Eastern
Lang. & Lit. Depts: R. Bellah, U. of
Cal. at Berkeley, "The New Religious
Consciousness. & the Secular Univer-
sit'y,' 4 pm.; T. Gill, John Jay Col.,
City Univ. of .N.Y., "Religion as an
Aesthetic Discipline," 8 pm., both held
in Mod. Langs. Bldg.
Student Lab Theatre: Mozart's,
"Bastein & Batienne," & "Grass' Max,"
Arena Theatre, Frieze Bldg., 4:10 pm.
Highway Safety Research Inst.: M.
H. Jones, UCLA, "Evaluation of Pub-
lic & Commercial Drivers' Education in
Calif.," HSRI, 4:30 pm.
BGS Seminar: Human Nutrition, an
LSA degree program, Lect. Rm. 2,
Mod. Langs. Bldg., 7:30 pm.
Grad Coffee Hour: E. Conf. Rm,,
Rackham, 8 pm.
Music School: Contemporary Festi-
val: Mich. Chamber Choir, T. Hilbish,
conductor; Univ. Symphonic Wind En-
semble, S. Hodkinson, conductor; W.
Deppman, piano, Hill, 8 pm.

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TRYOUTS
for the
German Department Production
of
Georg Buchner's
WOYZECK and.
LEONCE und LENA
in Aud. 3 Modern lang. Bldg.
THURS., NOV. 2, 1972

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