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Improprieties in CSJ
selections alleged

By MARK PARRENT
Improprieties occurred in the
section of Central Student Judiciary
(CSJ) members, two members of the
interviewing committee charged at
Tuesday night's Michigan Student
Assembly (MSA) meeting.
CSJ justice Ric Shahin and MSA
director of personnel Mike Jermov
presented a written statement to MSA
members outlining the alleged im-
proprieties and existing faults in the
selection process.
"VERY LATE in the actual selection
process, certain CSJ Interviewing
Committee members admitted per-
sonal relationships with applicants,
several of whom were chosen to be ap-
proved by MSA," said Shahin and Jer-
mov in the statement.
In addition to Shahin and Jermov, the
interviewing committee was comprised
of vice-president for personnel Irving
Freeman, student general counsel
Jasper DiGiuseppe and CSJ Chief
Justice Thomas Potter.
Council to
decide on
porn law
(Continued from Page 1)
would have limited the growth of adult
entertainment businesses by
prohibiting such establishments from
opening anywhere within 1500 feet of
any church, school, park, child care
center, residential district or already
existing porn shop.
CITY ATTORNEY Bruce Laidlaw,
who was charged with putting the or-
dinance in final form before tonight's
reading, has recommended that chur-
ches, parks,sschools and child care cen-
ters be eliminated from the list of
protected places.
Laidlaw has also recommended that
the remaining 1500 foot restriction bet-
ween porn, shops and neighborhoods
and already existing adult businesses
be reduced to a more lenient 700 foot
restriction.
In his memo to the Mayor and Coun-
cil, Laidlaw said his proposed changes
were made after the Planning Depart-
ment analyzed the porn bill's restric-
tions and found "no section in the city
could meet the requirements contained
in this section as passed at first
reading."
"I BELIEVE thaf some change in
these requirements is legally required
because the courts will invalidate a
zoning regulation that is so restrictive
as to amount to a virtual ban of a par-
ticular use," Laidlaw said.
Under Laidlaw's proposed changes,
however, porn shops would only be
prohibited from establishing within 700
feet of another adult business or within
700 feet of a residential district.
MAYOR PRO TEM Louis Belcher
(R-Fifth Ward), the sponsor of the plan,
said he would have preferred his
original more strict bill. He added,
however, "We want something that's
going to work. We don't want something
that's going to get hung up in legal
wrangling."
The changes must be voted on as
formal amendments tonight at Council.
The city attorney also recommended
an amendment to the provision defining
"adult personal service business" as
one of those types of firms affected. The
ordinance originally defined "personal
service business" as anywhere a per-
son of one sex performed personal ser-
vices for a person of the opposite sex
"on an individual basis in a closed
room."

The five were responsible for fur-
nishing five nominations to be approved
by MSA. Any one of the five committee
members had the power to reject any of
the five nominees.
CSJ IS A semi-independent body
designed to resolve internal student
government disputes.
Freeman said he believed the five
chosen were the best for the job that the
committee could compromise on.
Shahin and Jermov did not question the
ability of the new CSJ members, but
said the manner for choosing them
must be changed for future selections.
Five more CSJ seats-half of the
total-will be available in about a mon-
th due to term expirations.
MSA referred the matter -to a
judiciary committee for further con-
sideration.
"I think I'm going to be lynched by
CSJ," said Shahin after the presen-
tation. He said certain persons had
urged him to "drop the issue."
For Counselors At Jewish
Summer Camps Who At-
tend The University of
Michigan
SCHEDULE
FEB. 26-Introduction. Goals and objec-
tives of summer and Jewish camping. Group
process and values clarification exer-
cises.
MARCH 19-Child development
working with children. Supervision.
MARCH 26-Tripping and Camp Craf-
ts, Jewish Content in the Camp Experien-
ce-Holidays, Shabbt, Hebrew..
APRIL 2--Group Process, team.
building Problem ampers. Dance and Arts.
Zionism, Israel, and Israels. '
APRIL 9--Shuk-Sharing of . special
skills and techniques by participants. Per-
sonal and Jewish growth as members of
camp staff.
REGISTRATION
Please call the Hillel Office (663-
3336) by February 24th to indicate
you will be attending. Formal regis-
tration will take place oa the first
two sessions.
TIME-Sundays, 2:30-5:30 p.m.
DATES-Feb. 26, March 19 & 26,
April 2 & 9
PLACE-Concourse Lounge, Mary
Markley Residence Hall
STIPENDS
Anyone attending four out of five
sessions and who has plans to work
at a Jewish camp for summer, 1978
will receive a $25.00 stipend. Ad-
ditional stipends are available from
participating camps.

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