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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, September 27, 1977-Page5

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MIAMI (AP) -
a teenager whose
was driven insa
violence began y
silent eye of a can
proceedings for
news audiences.
Defense lawyer
would prove 15-ye
mora was insan
addiction to violen
Ironically, the
shortly after the
Court decided to a
still cameras in
one-year experim
A PUBLIC telei
era recorded th
SerA
onF
The Anthroposo
sociation (ASA) is
how spirituality
thought of in the U;
ity.
The group, con
fifteen students"
president Steve T}
eral programs to
and is currently s
mnar series that
speakers to town t,
TONIGHT at 8 p
marie Bergmann
Christian Commu
'will speak at Mos
Jordan Lounge on
Reality of Love."
Bergmann will

ng TV addict 'on the air'
lorida murder trial begins
The murder trial of brightly-lit courtroom for distribu- action by jail guards touched off a
defense is that he tion to other stations. The public debate between Rubin and assistant
ne by television station planned "extended cover- State Attorney Tom Headley before
esterday with the age" each night starting at 10 p.m. Circuit Judge Paul Baker.
mera recording the Zamora and Darrell Agrella, 14, Rubin said "sodium amytal was
national television are accused of shooting 83-year-old administered to Ronney Zamora."
Elinor Haggart to death in her Miami He described the substance as a
rs have said they Beach hone June 4. Both were %"drug-hypnotic" and added, "he
ear-old Ronald Za- charged with first-degree murder. made certain statements."
e because of an :Agrella, whose lawyer has disputed Rubin said the drugging occurred
it programs. the "television insanity" defense, is Thursday at Dade County Pretrial
youth's trial came to be tried separately. Detention Center when he, psychia-
Florida Supreme Yesterday's proceedings got off to trist Michael Gilbert, and Rubin's
llow television and a heated start when defense attorney wife, a secretary, went to the jail.
courtrooms for a Ellis Rubin revealed that Zamora
ent. had been secretly given a hypnotic A SOURCE with direct knowledge
drug during a nighttime jail visit. of the incident had suggested earlier
vision station cam- that the use of the drug led to a
ie events in the THE DRUGGING and subsequent re-enactment of the murder.
Headley called the use of the drug a
flagrant violation of jail rules. He
said anything Zamora said would be
esfeatures Lalkis
s~f a' t r1.pL, a lk s"totally inadmissible" and accused
Rubin of making "some kind of
"--play."
e eling and L The judge convened an unusual
press briefing before jury selection
began. He said Florida's experiment
phical Student As- TYNAN SAID he feels Katz's talk in allowing cameras in courtrooms
trying to change was well-received. would meet a severe " test in the'
and reality are "The nice thing about this is that Zamora case, which he. said could
niversity commun- it's informal - we encourage people determine "if we can have an ac-
to ask questions," he said. ceptable marriage between the con-
sisting of "ten to The ASA, which has been a regis- cepts of free press and fair trial. It's
according to vice- tered student group at the University going to make it o or break it."
ynan, brought sev- for about seven years, has two Baker noted the presence of what
campus last year pripmary purposes, according to Ty- amounted to "pool lawyers" to
sponsoring a sem- nan. mediate any possible disputes be-
will bring two The first is to study the ideas of tween newsmen and court officers. A
his week. different Anthroposophical writers Miami Herald lawyer took on the
and thinkers, including the work of morning hours, and a Miami News
.m. the Rev. Rose- Rudolf Steiner, who founded the lawyer the afternoon. Two local
, priest of the movement around the turn of the television stations also had theirR
inity of Chicago, century. The second purpose is to attorneys available for consultation.
her-Jordan in the sponsor different educational and Some three dozen news people,
"Feeling and the cultural activities relating to a including a reporter from TV Guide,
renewal of art, science, and religion. packed the judge's conference room
discuss the "com- for the briefing.

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plex relationship between feeling and
love," according toTynan.
"The reason we wanted to present
this is there's so much confusion in
the realms of feeling and love,"
Tynan said. "Love is reality in itself
and not some vague feeling."
WEDNESDAY night at 8 p.m.,
Professor Werner Glas of the Wal-
dorf Institute at Mercy College, will
appear at East Quad's G r e e n e
Lounge, speaking on "Development
of Consciousness - in History and
~the Individual."
Glasd who has made a life study of
the "Waldorf" system of education,
believes that the development of a
chill's consciousness parallels that
of man 'as .an historical being.
Last, week, Professor Ernst Katz
from the University Physics Depart-
ment spoke about "Thinking as an
Approach to Spiritual Reality" at
Markley. Katz argued that by ob-
serving the thinking process, one can
begin to have a better perception of
the spiritual part of man.
Camping increased by 13 per cent
and visitation rose one per cent in
Missour's state parks and historic
sites in 1976, according to figures
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Resources, Division of Parks and
Camping.

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