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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, November 22, 1977--Page 3


Ac't naturally
Pull out the pan-cake make-up and whip up a script. UAC is starting
a new theatre group and is looking for directors and producers interested
in participating. The company will be concerned primarily with alter-
native theatre - mime, improvisation and children's theater - and will
be made to order for small audiences. Interested amateur Altmans
should apply in the UAC office, second floor of the Union, by Dec. 6. Call
763-1077 for more information. (Break a leg.)
Happenings . .
...fade away this week, with everyone splitting for turkey talk ...
from 11-4 Yehuda Berman from the Israel Aliyah Center will be dis-
cussing trips to Israel at Hillel, 1429 Hill St.... at noon Dr. James Chaffers
will discuss "Architecture as Social Responsibility" in the Center for
Afroamerican and African Studies,,1100 S. University ... noon competition
comes in the way of an International Center-sponsored discussion on
"Religious Co-Existence in India" by Father Andrew Athattilly, 603 E.
Madison ... at 7 "The Oath," a movie about Syrian Jpws, will be shown in
Room 164, East Quad ... groovy Tuesday.
Cancel our subscription,
Magazine publisher Larry Flynt is sending Hustler to the
showers. The middle-of-the-road porn journal, which recently got
Flynt convicted on obscenity charges in Ohio, will trade in sex for
the sacraments, says Flynt. And he owes it all, the retiring porn
magnate confesses, to Ruth
Carter Stapleton - the presi-
dent'sfaith-healer sister. Flynt
visited with Stapleton several
months earlier, and as proof '.
of his new-found belief In the
philosophy of "inner healing"
espoused by Stapleton he at-
tended a revival in Texas Sun-
day where he was holing up af-
ter testifying before a state
legislative committee on child .
porn ography. "We won't be y
dischiminating, toward women

BARILOCHE, Argentina (AP) - A
chartered Argentine jetliner carry-
ing honeymooning couples and other
vacationers to this lake and ski resort
crashed during foul weather early
yesterday. Reports said as many as
39 persons 'may have been killed.
The national Noticias Argentinas
and Telam news agencies reported
there were 74 passengers and five
crew members aboard. Rescue
teams reached the crash scene about
20 miles from here.
AS NEWS OF the crash wasJ
broadcast on radio and television in
Buenos Aires, a crowd gathered atJ
the city airport pleading for informa-
tion about relatives aboard.1
"Oh, God, please let there be
survivors," wept Ana Bergman,
whose 23-year-old sister, Paula, was
on the airplane with her new husband
Saul Weisinger. The Weisingers were1
married on Saturday and were
planning a honeymoon elsewhere.
"But they changed their plans
after I told them about Bariloche,"
Bergman said.
The British-built BAC-111 twin
engine Austral Airlines jet left

Buenos Aires on Sunday night on a
1,000 mile non-stop flight to Bari-
loche, one of South America's most
famous resorts, at the foot of the
Andes in southwestern Argentina
near the Chilean border.
DRIVING RAINS and high winds
were lashing the Bariloche area
Sunday night and early yesterday
and, when the plane failed to arrive
on time, a search was begun.
Noticias Argentinas reported the
aircraft experienced landing gear
problems while approaching the
Bariloche airport. Then the aircraft
flew over the airport several times,
apparently trying to get the landing
gear into position, it said. However,
Austral spokesmen could not confirm
the report and said they did not know
the cause of the crash.
Austral is a privately owned Ar-
gentine company and competes do-
mestically with the state-owned air-.
line Aerolineas Argentinas. Austral
also flies to Uruguay.
THERE WERE four foreigners
aboard, two Uruguayans and two
The last civil aviation disaster in

crashes in Andes
Argentina occurred in .1961 when a crashes of non-commercial planes,
DC-6 Aerolineas Argentinas passen- one killing 55 military officers 8nd
ger plane crashed 250 miles south of their dependents and another killing
Buenos Aires, killing all 67 aboard. 34 oil workers on a flight home after a
In 1975 there were two major year of work at drilling sites inthe

Feuding women end
national conference
HOUSTON (AP) - The first minority claimed their positiQns
National Women's Conference ended were giyen short-shrift treatmeniby
yesterday in much the same manner the conference's presiding officer,
as it began,- with a feud between the BELLA ABZUG, the conference
feminist majority and a minority chairwoman and former congrQss-
who claimed the forum misrepre- woman from New York, didn't see it
sented the views of most American that' way. The conference will serve
women. as "a galvanizing influence", ,;or
And the four-day conference - women and encourage more aetiv-
-funded by a $5 million federal grant ism, she said. ,
but marred by repeatedrverbal Minority delegates had been on the
clashes between the participants - losing side when the conference
adjourned before its agenda was adopted resolutions embracing ni4ny
finished, of the goals of the feminist mov'e-
THE FINAL day's session began mnt, including ratification of The
late and dragged on listlessly while Equal Rights Amendment and equal
many, of the 2,000 delegates fretted rights for women homosexuals.
about missing flights back home. In spurning creation of a federal
After rejecting a proposal to create women's department, the delegates
a federal women's department to chose instead to have .a national
advance the equality of women, the women's commission established jto
conference concluded without the carry out the conference recommen-
delegates' considering proposals for dations. The commission would gs-
implementing women's rights goals. sess the progress made toward
And, in a repetition of factional achieving equality and make pro*i-
strife that characterized earlier con- sions for a second national confer-
ference sessions, leaders of the ence at an unspecified date.
Thanksgiving Weekend Special
at reduced rates
M pin bowling
Open 1 pm Thurs.-Sun.
at the U NION

Council passes
first draft of
anti-smut law-

and we're going to deal with
different topics," ' Flynt
promised of Hustler. "If we
do deal with sex, it'll be pro-
moting a healthy attitude to-
ward sex rather than a per-
verted one. "Hustler pervert-
ed, Larry? Come on.

Flim flam Flynt


feepers, creepers, where'd ya get
that Spy Eye?
,From the these-eyes-have-seen-a-lot-of-love-but-they're-never-gon-
na-see-another-one-like-I-almost-had-with-you-department comes this
little ditty from New York: Peeping Toms who purchased a Spy Eye from
the Mirobar Sales Corp. - a gadget that supposedly lets one see through
walls - got an eyeful of sawdust when theytried out their buy. Promoters
of the Spy Eye, which was advertised as a "super wide panoramic lens"
that "opened up private lives" by allowing the purchaser to see through
walls, floors, ceilings, or anything else up to seven inches thick, forgot to
.* mention before they delivered the mail-order goods that Spy Eye was ac-
I tually a miniature telescope and a -inch drill bit which is needed to drill
the holes in the walls that suckers are supposed to look through. There's
spy in youreye.
On the outside..:
Folklore has it that the width of black bands on little red and black
caterpillars indicates how cold the coming winter will be. Broad bands of
black, fore agd aft, mean a harsh winter. Narrow bands indicate a mild
winter. At the Appalachian University's Center for Woolly Worm Studies
in Boone, N.C. the little creepy crawlers in the center's woolly worm
aquarium are sporting dark, bands of a narrower nature than last year's
crop, thus leading to predictions of a milder winter. And if you believe all
of that, here's another one for you: It will be clear this morning with
clouds creeping in as the day wears on. There will be a high of 35°, a low
of 25° and a chance of snow flurries tonight. Wednesday will be warmer
with a high~of 400, and Thursday we'll all go swimming.
Daily Official Bulletin
Tuesday, November 22, 1977
fay Calendar
WUOM: Nani Palkhivala, Indian Ambassador to
U.S.. "Human Rights in Developing Countries,"
delayed tape of October broadcast, 10:10a.m.-
Physics/Astronomy: Dr. Michel Voos, U-Paris,
"Unsolved Problems in Electro-Hole Droplets," 2038An
Randall; Dr. D. Brydges, Rockefeller-U, "Debye Woody Allen Diane Keaton
Shieldirg in Classical*Statistical Mechanics," 1041
Randall, 4p.m. Love
Volume LXXXVII, No.65 N.
Tuesday. November 22, 1977
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TODAY at 7-9
the inn erer ft/rnceop "Uproarious...
STuesday lusty entertainment;"
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City Council last night approved the were perceived as too vague. O
first draft of a proposed city ordinance tion, for instance, attempts to def
that would restrict the growth of adult adult entertainment establishm
bookstores and other services through a any business selling materials
rezoning process. / emphasized "masturbation, sex
Among other things, the proposed or- tercourse, or sodomy."n
dinance would prohibit adult entertain- "Is there any reason, why the
ment establishments within 1,500 feet of acts that people consider obsci
any existing adult establishment, as perverted are excluded from thi
well as any residential neighborhood,
'school, church, park or child care cen- City Attorney Bruce Laidla
ter. sponded that he supposed a coi
THE PROPOSAL, sponsored by list of acts could be included in th
Mayor Pro Tem Louis Belcher (R-5th nance. "There is a laundry list of
Ward) passed by a vote of 9-2, after an that could be added," he said.
hour-long debate between Council
members. Only Mayor Albert Wheeler, THE PROPOSAL also covers
and Councilman Ken Latta (D-lst personal service businesses," c
Ward) remained opposed to the final as establishments where "a per
version of the draft passed by Council. one sex provide(s) personal se
"I'm going to vote against it tonight," for a person of the other sex on a
Wheeler said in explanation. "But I vidual basis in a closed room."
don't want anybody to get the impres- Belcher's ordinance would reqt
sion that I'll vote against it a second law that such establishments
time, or that I'll veto it. "conspicuously posted in each r(
The mayor said his opposition to the a' notice indicating the prices
proposal was based mainly on doubts services rendered . . .
about how effective it would be in its A second ordinance will 1
present form. "I'd like to see what troduced soon, probably in
comes back on second reading." January, to regulate display a
MOST OF last night's discussion fo- area omitted frofn last night's pr(
cused on parts of the ordinance that
Sunday,Dec.4, 1977
7:30-10:00 P.M.
Okemos High School
Fine Arts Center
All seats reserved, $7.50 each
Tickets at: Recordland, Meridian Mall, Okemos,
and Marshall Music in East Lansing, Michigan.
Mail orders with Money Orders to: OJE
Parents Association, Box 72, Okemos, Michigan 48864.

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Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre December 1, 2,3,1977 8:00pm
Tickets $3.00 / $3.50 available at UAC Tigket Central in the f
Michigan Union. A UAC Sophshow Presentation
* Coordinator Needed *
For new Theater Group
Knowledge of UM Theater
Desirable. Supervision of
Producers For, MIME * DRAMA
THEATER ETC. 3-4 Small
Shows, Intimate Settings.
Job Description & Applications
At UAC Office, 2nd Floor Union
Applications due 5 P.M., Nov. 28

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Breakfast All Day
3 Eggs, Hash Browns,
Toastb Jel"y-31.3.
Ham or Bacon or Sausage
with 3 Eggs, Hash Browns.
Toast & Jelly-$2.15
3 Eggs, Rib Eye Steak,
Has. rns, Toat

Home-made Soups, Beef
Barley, Clam, Chowder, etc.
Home-made Chili
Vegetable Tempuro
(served after 2 pm)
Hamburger Steak Dinner
Fresh Sauteed Vegetables


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