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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, March 14, 1978-Page 3

Tattoos, taboo
Maine has designs on a new tatoo law. The state, which already
outlaws tattoos above the neckline, on the hands and below the waist,
is considering making it illegal to imbibe alcohol in tattoo parlors. A
customer,-wanting designs on his or her body, must be 18. Maine also
prohibits tattooing animals in the same 'establishment and with the
same tools as humans. The Department of Human Services is holding
a public hearing on the proposed changes next Wednesday. The num-
ber of licensed tattoo artists has increased from one three years ago to
nine, said James Datsis, in the department's division of health
engineering. Mobile tattoo parlors and temporary booths at public
gatherings also are illegal in Maine.,
Happenings ..
begin at noon in the Ann Arbor Public Library (on the corner of
Fifth and William) where Frederick Neidhardt, chairman of the
University's Microbiology department, will give a talk entitled "The
DNA Demon". . . also at noon in,'the International Center George
Mendenhal will speak on "The Tenth Generation":. . the Ann Arbor
Committee for Human Rights in Latin America will hold its weekly
brown bag lunch in Suite 1 on the thrid floor of the League. . . at 7:30
p.m., the Coalition for Better Housing is holding a volunteer meeting
in the multi-purpose room on the third floor of the UGLI. . . at 8, in
MLB lecture room 1, English Prof. William Alexander will speak on
cinema and theater. . . also at 8, you can enjoy a poetry reading by
David Victor and Julie Nord at Martha Cook dormitory. . . and at 8:15
in the Pendleton Rm. of the Union Alison McMaugh will speak on the
development of paintings with emphasis on color.
on the outside.. .
Mother Nature has whipped up a not so warm welcome for all of youi
who are returning from tropic climates. It should be cloudy and rainy
and windy today with a high of just 38. The rain will turn into snow
showers during the night as the mercury drops to 28g. Wednesday will
be cloudy and colder.
Detroit group stages
protest -against Nazis

Locals rally support
for Wilmington 10
By ELISA ISAACSON them that they must take a, leadership
An informal meeting was held Sun- role in the case of the Wilmington 10.
day night at Ann Arbor's Bethel A.M.E. "WSaturd y a ed pwi be of fnurher
Church to rally support for a national Support to the 10 themselves, Lowe
march on the White House to free the .
said. The 10 and their families are
Wilmington10. "committed to staying together, and
The March, organized by the that is a very strong witness," he ad-
National Alliance Against Racist and ded.
Political Repression, is scheduled for The Wilmington 10, nine black men
Saturday, March 18. The marchers and one white woman, were sentenced
will ssemble at noon between the White by a North Carolina judge over five
House and the Washington Monument, years ago to a combined total of 282
and then proceed to the White House years in prison.
where Angela Davis and Dr. Charles In spite of the vast amount of eviden-
Cobb will speak on behalf of the ce favorable to the 10 that has come to
Wilmington 10. light since their trial, they have -been
Rev. Herbert Lowe of the Church of denied a retrial by the North Carolina
the Good Shepherd in Ann Arbor urged courts. Nine of the Wilmington 10
those attending Sunday's meeting to remain in prison.
join the march in Washington. Accor- Lowe stressed Sunday night that "we
ding to Lowe, the purpose of the march go committed that the struggle is not
is to "confront the President and the just for the 10 -there are many
federal government" and convince political prisoners."
AFSCME will*
picket hospual

Bergman's "Uncommon, fascinating" film of a knight returning home from the
crusades. Questions about the existence of God and man's significance in the
universe can be filmed as Bergman proves. Includes a chess game with Death
(or was it badminton?). A must for serious students of cinema. With MAX VON
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midsts. We have a great deal of work
ahead to rid the world of Nazis." The
crowd erupted in loud applause
following Lofton's speech.
EARLY IN THE gathering, Boatin
told the audience the purpose of the
caravan was to show the unity of the
Jews, blacks and concerned residents
attending the meeting, ridding the city
of Nazis.
After the two hour meeting, cars
lined up around the local's auditorium
with their lights on and horns honking.
Surr xender,
end plane,
DENVER, Colo (AP) - A man who
said he was trying to get cancer treat-
ment hijacked a United Airlines jet
over San Francisco Bay yesterday, let
all the passengers out in Oakland,
,Calif., then surrendered when the
crewmen escaped by leaping from the
cockpit in Denver.
The surrender came just after the
""FBI had decided to have the Boeing 727
-refueled at Stapleton International Air-
port. The Federal Aivation Ad-
ministration said the man first deman-
ded to be flown to Memphis, but later
said he might want to go to Cuba.
FBI officials at first said the hijacker
had let the crewmen go, but Ted
Rosack, special agent in charge of the
FBI's Denver office, said later that the
crewmen escaped when the hijacker
was in another section of the plane.
The hijacker was identified by the
FBI as Clay Thomas, 27, an unem-
ployed Army veteran who lives .in
Lafayette, Calif. Rosack said he would
appear before a U.S. magistrate in
Denver late last night to be told he
would be charged with hijacking of an
One square mile is equivalent to
2.59 square kilometers in the metric

The autos displayed American flags
and posters reading, "Get Nazis Out."
A police escort arrived and the trail
of cars made its way down Vernor Road
toward the Nazi headquarters. As the
cars passed the bookstore, Nazis, some
sporting swaztikas and helmets,
paraded in front of the building
carrying placards reading "White
Police lined the front of the bookstore
to protect the Nazis from any. violence.
Although there was no violent confron-
tation, the two groups did exchange
angry words.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) - The
Elvehjem Art Center ,says it has
acquired through the Humanistic
Foundation of the University of
Wisconsin a round-topped, fragmen-
tary Egyptian funerary stela.
The center says the stela dates
from the 19th-21st dynasty, c. 1305-946
The stela, which was placed in a
tomb, measures over 10 inches in
height and is more than eight inches

At an emergency meeting called last
Sunday members of AFSCME Local
1583 decided to stage an informational
picket line in an effort to battle Service-
Master, a sub-contractor which took
control of the University Hospital
housekeeping management last
The picket will be held in front of the
Medical Center. Local president
Dwight Newman said yesterday that
the union has already decided when the
event will occur, but he refused to give
the exact time for the picket. One
hospital administrator speculated that
the picket would be today.
Hospital Administration has not lived
up to several of its agreements with the
Housekeeping Department concerning
"It's terrible," said Newman. "They
(the union members) hate it (Service-
Master). The morale is low, the produc-
tivity is low and the patients are suf-
One hospital administrator said the
union has expected changes too
"I STILL HAVE the expectation that
things will turn around. They (Service-
Master) are responsible people," he
Newman said the union members
wouldn't miss work during the picket
because employes will only demon-
strate during their off-hours. He also
said he expects a "large portion" of the
300-400 AFSCME hospital employes to
take part in the picket.
The union also settled another issue
at their meeting. Employes are no
longer using chemicals unless they are
identified on the container. Newman
said this is a safety measure seen
necessary by the union.

"We don't know what to do-if (an
unknown substance) splashes in our
eyes. Do we wash with water or not?"
he said.
Oqe hospital spokesman who denied
the allegation said, "The employes do
know what is in the containers."

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th Aann arbor film 000ONpertO presents in Aid.A
Twesday, March 14 ADMISSION FREE
(Sergei Eisenstein, 1925) 7 & 8:15-AUD. A
Voted the greatest film of all time at Brussels in 1958, as it was in 1950, and at just about every other
competition, POTEMKIN has as its subject the 1905 mutiny of Russian sailors on a battleship and the
massacre of their sympathizers. The Odessa Steps sequence, surely the most famous scene in film historv,
is imitated in one way or another in just about every TV news program or movie with crowds, and yet the
power of the original is undimished. Thefilm that made the word "montage" famous. Silent, with live
piano accompaniment.
(Anthony Mann, 1952) 9:30 ONLY-AUD. A
Anthony Mann is a filmmaker whose time has come. The forces that haunt and drive his heroes through
his action-packed Westerns express the dark side of the American psyche during the repressive Eisenhower
years. One of Mann's best films is BEND OF THE RIVER, in which enigmatic hero JAMES STEWART
rides down from the mountains to track a gang of outlaws that hijacked a small community's supply
wagon. Particularly noteworthy is Stewart's ambivalent relationship with 50's villain exfroadinaire ARTHUR
KENNEDY, and, as always, Mann's use of color and landscape is awe-inspiring. With JULIA ADAMS,
Frantic and The Fire Within (Louis Malle)
7 and 9-AUD. A

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