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THE. MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, October 26, 19 It

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, October 26, 1 '3 I~

PD. POL. ADV,
IS THIS JUSTICE?
File No. CR 16006 rDefendant charged with Assault
E with Intent to Do Great EBdily Harm for assaulting
another with a knife. Victim failed to appear at court
--CASE DISMISSLD.
File No. 156U7: Defendant charged with Malicious De-
struction. No prosccuting witness appeared in court
- -CASE blSD
File No. CR 11058: Defendant charged with Receiving
and Concealing Stolen Property. No prosecuting wit-
ness appeared in court-CASE DISMISSED.
File No. CR 13803: Defendant charged with Carrying
a Concealed Weapon. No prosecuting -witness appeared
in court-CASE DISMISSED.
File No. CR 11087: Defendant charged with Assault
and Battery. No witness for the prosecution appeared in
court--CASE DISMISSED.
There. can be no justice for us when victims and
witnesses fail to show for court. Cases are lost if
victims are not notified of delavs, nor offered ex-
planation, counseling, or assistance by the prose-
cuting attorney.
For more considerate treatment of victims
and witnesses and more effective prosecu-
tion,
VOTE
GEORGE
DEMOCRAT for
tiPROSECUTING ATTORNEY

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CHINA'S TENG WAS TARGET:
Leftists accused

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THE RUDOLF STEINER
OF THE GREAT LAK

announces three individual lectures it
by
RENE M. QUERI
Co-director of the Threefold
Adult Education, Spring Vale
"REMBRAN DT AS A E
TO MODERN CONS4
FRIDAY, OCT. 29, 1976, Al
AND
SATURDAY, OCT. 30, 1976,
"REMBRANDT AND T
BETWEEN - LIGHT AND
SUNDAY, OCT. 31, AT 3
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(continued from Page 1) from the dying Premier Chou Gang of Four" that has yet ap-
had been aware of the radicals' En-Lai. peared, said they attempted to
hTengbhad beeneatfloggerheadsls overthrow a large number of
scheming and roundly criticized Teng had been at loggerheads officials in theaparty sta ar
them. with the leftists for years. He
tawas first urged in the Cultural my and provinces.
It quoted him as warning in Revolution but was rehabilitat- "They carried out criminal
INSTITUTE December 1974 that Chiang ed in 1973 and rose to become activities to split the party,
ES AREA Ching had wild ambitions' to virtually the country's top ad- working as a unit, going their
become party chairman and ap- ministrator. own way, establishing their
lustrated with slides point her colleague Wang Hung- own system inside the party,
!Wen as head of the National HE HAD been expected to doing as they wished, lauding
DO People's Congress, China's rub- succeed Chou when the long- it over others," it said.
y Ner York ber - stamp parliament time premier died last Janu- The editorial contained what
PR ERSOR The editorial hailed Hua's ap- ary, but fell victim to a radi- analysist saw as a sign that
pointment as Chairman and the, cal campaign. He was branded the four have escaped execu-
C I OUSN ESS" downfall of the radical polit- a "Capitalist Roader" and the tion. It quoted Mao as saying:
8:00 P.M. buro members - Wang, Chiang premier's job went to Hua. "Learn froth past mistakes to
Ching, Vice-Premier Chang Teng still retains his mem- avoid future ones and cure the
AT 8:00 P.M. Chun-chiao and Yao Wen-Yuan. bership in the Communist Par- sickness to save the patient."
H E BATTLE MAO FIRST criticized the ty, while hisradical opponents "HELP MORE people by ed-
DARKN ESS" group's plotting in July 1974, have, now een liquiucating them," the editorial
:00 P.M according to the editorial. It from it. added. Sinologists said this
said that at a Politburo meet- Although yesterday's editorial. could suggest that the radicals'
HOUSE ing in May 1975, he told them: reiterated that the Chinese downfall may not result in a
Arbor "Don't function as a gang of wide-scale purge of all t
No admission charge four, don't do it any more, why pee "h. Tenineyt ci- sympathizers.
-do you keep doing it?" cize Mr. Teng" analysts be-sypties
At hattim Teg, blnt-lieve he could eventually gain Seeking to reassure the na-
__ A hattimeTeng, a blunt- kind of rhabilitation.g tion after the political upheaval
talking pragmatist, was at the someko fthe past two weeks, it said:
he D a ilIj height of his power and had The editorial, the most author- "Having eliminated the four
taken over most state functions itative denunciation of "The pests, our party has become
even more united and even
more vigorous."
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MEIJER ANTI-FREEZE
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Foreign
students
evaluate
hopefuls
(Continued from Page 1)
I like Ford, but I don't know
why people like Carter."
Another English Language In-
stitute student for Ford is Mis-
aki Saeki from Japan. "Being
Japanese, I am concerned about
foreign policy and I feel that
Ford's is much better than Car-
ter's. About domestic policies,
I don't know," he said.
He adds that the low voter
turnout predicted for next
week's election is "very bad."
ALSO FROM Japan, Kaniko
Hishimura said she was 'not too
interested" in the election, but
predicted Ford's incumbency
would carry him to victory.
Keeping an eye on the polls,
Alfredo Corvera said he would
vote for Carter because "the
general opinion is. for Carter."
Asked if he thought University
students were generally politi-
cally aware, the Mexico City
student replied: "Yes, I think
they know about politics. They
don't like Ford."

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