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the Michigan Daily-Tuesday, October 25, 1977-page 3

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Article alleges Israel
nuclear bomb arsenal

YEAR END SALE

Water, water everywhere.
The Regents had a bit of fun at their Thursday meeting joking about the
new water fountains in the Stadium. In addition to the 15 fountains in the rest
rooms, there are now eight spanking new ones outside which, one cynic at
" the meeting pointed out, means there is now one fountain for every 4,500
fans. The prdblem, says Charles Harris, assistant director of athletics, is
that in the winter the fountains tend to freeze. "We're going to wrap them
and see what happens," he said.
How's the hubby and kids?
Do fathers make better mothers? Professor Norma Radin of the School
of Social Work is undertaking a study of non-traditional families - families
in which the fathers are responsible for at least 50 per cent of their child's
care - and more traditional families, in an effort to determine the ways in
which the two groups are the same and the ways in which they differ. "We
are interested in seeing if these differences in the parents' role relation-
ships are reflected in the children of these families as well," Radin said. The
study will focus on three groups: families where the father is a student or
wage earner and the mother minds the children; families where the father is
responsible for the child more than half the child's waking hours; and
families where the parents share child care equally. If you're interested in,
participating, call Bonnie Carlson at 763-4160 or Norma Radin at 764-6128.
.happenings .
... what sounds like a twelve-round slugfest turns out to be only a speech.
"Anita Bryant vs. the Homosexual" is the topic, Cathy Couch is the speaker,
noon is the time, and the International Center, 603 E. Madison is the place...
a knockout of a different kind will be administered by bassist Erie Dyke in a
free concert at noon in the Union's Pendleton Center ... British architect
Alfred Rowe will discuss "English Architecture, 1945-1965" in 2014 Art and
Architecture at 12:30 ... emerging from a nearby phone booth, J. Bulkley will
speak on "Super Sewer" in C.C. Little at 3 p.m.... "Committee C," the
biological research review committee, meets at 3 in 3087 School of Public
Health ... the International Center presents a program on "International
Careers in Business and Law" at 4 p.m.... Sociocinema shows Marcel Mar-
ceau in "The Cage" and "Titticut Follies" at 7:30 p.m. in MLB 3 ... Prof.
Shlomo Desben of Tel Avia University will speak on "Communist Authority
Among Oriental Jews" in 2402 Mason at 4 p.m. ... and a film on Israel-
Diaspord relations, "You and We," will be shown in 164 E. Quad at 7:00
... John Kennell of Case Western will speak on "The Impact of Early Sepa-
ration of Loss" at 4 p.m. in the Ed School's Schorling Aud. ... the Undergrad
Political Science Association will come and reason together at 7 p.m. in 2003
Angell ... eat doughnuts and talk deadlines with Jim Naughton, editor of the
Philadelphia Enquirer and ex-New York Times correspondent at 7:30 in
East Quad's Green Lounge. The program is sponsored by Women in Com-
munications ... Stephen Dixon, author of No Relief and Work, will give a
reading at 8 in East Quad's Benzinger Library ... Hugo Bedau, philosophy
professor at Tufts University, will speak on "Cruel and Unusual Punish-
ment" at 8 in the Rackham Amphitheatre ... and Cinema Guild presents
-a free show of Buster Keaton. at 8 p.m. in the Old Architecture Aud.
On the outside.
Today's weather, must be putting us on - it's only supposed to rain on
football Saturdays. But rain it will, off and on all day under overcast skies.
The high will be a mild 620, however, and the overnight low a cloud-
insulated 47.

NEW YORK (AP) - The Israeli gov-
ernment amassed a secret nuclear ar-
senal 10 years ago by hijacking Euro-
pean uranium and smuggling several
hundred pounds of enriched uranium
from a nuclear plant in Pennsylvania,
according to an article in Rolling Stone
magazine.
In its Nov. 15 issue;the magazine said
former Presidents Lyndon Johnson and.
Gerald Ford were aware of smuggling
at a nuclear plant in Apollo, Pa.
UNIDENTIFIED government inves-
tigators and a former CIA official are
quoted as saying the CIA informed
Johnson of the Apollo smuggling opera-
tion in 1966 but that Johnson ordered
former CIA Director Richard Helms
Daily Official Bulletin
The Daily Official Bulletin is an official publication
of the University of Michigan. Notices should be sent
in TYPEWRITTEN FORM to 409 E. Jefferson, be-
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceeding publication and by 2
p.m. Friday for Saturday, Sunday, and Monday.
Items appear once only. Student organization notices
are not accepted for publication. For more informa-
tion, phone 764-9270.
Tuesday, October 25
DAY CALENDAR
WUOM Lecture Hour: Sec. of Labor, Ray Mar-
shall, at Nat'l Press Club, 10 am.
Ecumenical Campus Ct./Int'l Ctr./Church Women
United: "Anita Bryant vs. the Homosexual," 603 E.
Madison, noon.
Pendleton Arts Information Ctr.: "Music at Mid-
day," Eric Dyke, bass, 2nd Fl., Union, noon.
Architecture/Urban Planning: Alfred Rowe,
British architect, "English Architecture 1945-1965,"
2104 Art, Arch. Bldg., N. Campus, 12:30 p.m.
Environmental Studies: J. Bulkley, "Super
Sewer," C.C. Little, 3 p.m.
Statistics Lecture: C. Shapiro, MSU, "Bayesian
Sequential Estimation for Poisson Process," 2407
Mason Hall, 4 p.m.
Judaic Studies/Sociology: S. Deshen, "Commu-
nity & Authority among Oriental Jews," 2402 Mason,
4 p.m.
Ctr. Early Childhood Development, Educa-
tion: J. Kennell, Case Western Res. U., "Strengthen-
ing the Family in the Perinatal Period," Schorling
Aud., SEB, 4p.m.
Internat'l Ctr.: "International Careers in Business
& Law," Rec. Rm., Int'l Ctr., 603 E. Madison, 4 p.m.
Residential College: reading, Stephen Dixon,
author, No Relief (short stories), WOrk (novel),
Benzinger Lib., E. Quad, 8p.m.
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not to pursue an investigation.
A Ford aide, James Connor, is quoted
as saying that Ford ordered an investi-
gation but former Atty. Gen. Edward
Levi decided not to prosecute.
The article was written by associate
editor Howard Kohn of Rolling Stone
and Barbara Newman, a Washington
correspondent for National Public
Radio. Kohn is a former editor of The
Daily.

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AT A NEWS conference yesterday, CAR RACKS
they said they were continuing their in-
vestigation. "We expect a lot more of
this story will be coming out over the
They said their report of Israeli at
hijackings of four European uranium
shipments was based on information* 'Mike
from two American officials, one for-
merly involved with the National
Security Council and the other with the
Defense Department. 345E. Hoover
The hijackings all involved enriched -w
uranium ore -already processed and
capable of being used in an atomic
bomb, the writers said.
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXVIII, No. 41
Tuesday, October 25, 1977
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THE ECUMENICAL CAMPUS CENTER
presents the 1977
DISINGUISHED
FACt/ITY SERIES
WITH LECTURES BY
DR. ANGUS CAMPBELL-- Friday, Oct. 28
Program Director, Survey Research Center, Institute for Social
Research and former Director of the Institute.
"WELFARE AND WELL BEING"
DR. ALBERT FEUERWERKER-Friday, Nov. 11
Director, Center for Chinese Studies
"China in the Last Quarter of the 20th Century"
DR. NIARA SUDARKASA-- Fri., Nov. 18
Professor, Department of Anthropology and
Center for Afroamerican-African Studies
"ANDREW YOUNG AND ALEX HALEY:
SYMBOLS OF NEW DIMENSIONS IN THE
AFROAMERICAN-AFRICAN DIALOGUE" t

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