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Friday, November 5, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

Judge rules TVfamity
hour' unconstitutional

LOS ANGELES (P) -- A fed-
eral judge ruled yesterday that
adoption of the controversial
"family viewing" period by the
networks and the National As-
sociation of Broadcasters (N
AB) violates the First Amend-
ment.
U. S. District Court Judge
Warren Ferguson also held that
the Federal Communications
Commission (FCC) "violatedj
the First Amendment by issu-
ing threats of government ac-
tion" through FCC Chairman
Richard Wiley "should the in-
dustry not adopt the family
viewing policy or the equivalent
thereof."I

BUT THE JUDGE, in saying: I
adoption of the early eveningi:
"family viewing" policy violat- l
ed the First Amendment, allow-
ed each network to continue or'
drop the policy "provided that
such programming decisions are
made independent of concern
for government reaction."
He said each network must'
make its programming deci-,
sions independently "and may
not without violating the First
Amendment enter into agree-,
ments with the NAB which con-
dition their membership in NAB
on adherence to the family
viewing policy or enter into any
other agreements which. dele-

gate their programming author-
ity over family viewing to the
NAB.
"Their delegation of author-
ity in this case violated the
First Amendment," he ruled.
THE NETWORKS, the NAB
and the FCC had no immediate
comment.
The ruling came in a lawsuit
filed in October 1975 by three
entertainments guilds, two pro-
duction companies and nine sit-
uation comedy makers, among
them producer Norman Lear,
creator of the "All in the Fam-
ily" series.

Rhodesian leaders
~reject Briotish
in de pendence play
GENEVA, (Reuter) - Bri-i Another nationalist leader, A British spokesma
tam yesterday proposed that Joshua Nkomo, who has formed would be a plenary
Rhodesia attain legal indepen- a loose political alliance with full delegations and
dencehbased on majority rule on Mugabe for the conference, again center on th
March 1, 1978, but African na- made no immediate comment aancne nt
tionalist leaders said they want- but hooted with laughter when dence date issue.
ed the process completed with- asked what he thought of the This will be the
in 12 months. British proposal. ar session of thet
IThe proposal was submitted; THE REVEREND Ndaeaningi y
_ by Ivor Richard, Chairman of Sithole, who disputes leadership since it was conven
the British - sponsored confer- of the Zimbabwe African Na- ago to try to set up
ence on Rhodesia's future, dur- tional Union (ZANU) with Mug- im multi-racial govt
ing private talks with the dele- abe, said: "We don't like it. guide the breakaw
gation leaders, informed sources It is too far away." Colony to black ma
said. Bishop Abel Muzorewa, rival Cln obakm
RHODESIAN Foreign Minis- of Nkomo for leadership of the and legal independen
ter Pieter van der Byl later told Rhodesian African National
reporters: "One can perhaps Council (ANC), replied: "Ter-
- be a little more optimistic than rible," when reporters asked- .-
e a few days ago." He indicated him for his reaction.
that he felt an independence Richard said the White Rho-
e date could be fixed in the next desian delegation felt indepen-
s day or so. dence would take slightly less
But Nationalist Leader Rob- than two years, but the nation-
- ert Mugabe, spokesman for the alists thought it could be achiev-
e biggest guerrilla army fighting ed within 12 months.
white minority rule in Rho- "IN THESE circumstances
desia, said: "It's got to be 12 it has unfortunately not been
t months, or we go," indicating possible as yet to fix a date and
s his delegation might quit the we meet again tomorrow," he
conference here. said.

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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Friday, November 5, 1976
DAY CALENDAR
, Linquistics BookSale: front lobby,
Frieze, 9:30 a.m.
WUOM: "Yanks & Limeys," first'
in series of 8,special programs pro-
duced by BBC for American Bicen-
tennial; this program is "1776 &
all That," 10:15 a.m.
Pendleton Ctr.: "Open Hearth Ex-
tra." Eurythmy: A Modern Art of
Movement, Pendleton Rm., noon.
. Guild House: Luncheon, Bunyan
Bryant "Comments on the Chinese
Society" slide show 802 Monroe,
noon.
Educat. Media: Stations. Schorling
Aud., SEB, 12:10 p.m.
Int'l. Ctr.: "Family Life in the
J.S.;" 603 E. Madison, 2:30 p.m.
Ctr. Near Eastern, N. African Stud-
ies: Nikita Elisseeff "What Did the
Crusaders See in Syria," Lec. Rm.
1. MLB, 4 p.m.
Biol. Sci.: Cave People of the
Phillippines; 2042 Nat. Sci., 4 p.m.
4 Hockey: U-M vs. Minnesota; Yost
Arena, 7:30 p.m.
Organization of Arab Students:
panel "The Roots & the Products
of the Lebanese Civil War," Kuen-
zel Rm., Union, 7:30 p.m.
. Music School: Bandorama, Hill
Aud.. 8 p.m.
Musket/MM : Lerner & Loew's
Camelot. Mendelssohn Theatre, 8
p.m.
PTP: Young Vic Co. "Oedipus the
King," 8:30 p.m.
Musical Society:, Guarneri Quartet,
Rackham Aud., 8:30 p.m.
Univ. Club: Roots, Jazz Trio. U.
Club, Union, 8:30 p.m.
Astronomy Visitors' Nnight: Rob-
ert Kirshner "Supernov-Cosmic Ca-
tastrophes," Aud B. Angell. 8:30
p.m.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXVII, No. 50
Friday, November 5, 1976
is edited and managed by students
at the 'University of Michigan. News
phone 764-0562. Second class postage
paid at Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109
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Arbor.

CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT
SUMMER PLACEMENT
Univ. of Virginia offers a~ Sum-
mer Mental Health Fellowship Pro-
gram. Students would rotate,
throughout various services - child,
psychiatry, social work, toccupation-
al/recreational therapy and other
fields. Further details available.
Lakewood Landscape Designers,
Illinois. Landscape architect stu-
dents would work in Chicago area
suburb area. will interview here
Monday, Nov. 8 from 8:30 to 4:30.
Register by phone (764-7456) or in
person.
GENERAL NOTICE
The Center for O...ixiuaig Edu-
cation of women will award CEW
Scholarships to women who will be
enrolled in degree programs at any
campus in 1977-78 cademic year.
The Center invites applications from
women who have had a 24 consecu-
tive month interruption at any
point in their education who will
be earning any undergrad., grad.
,or professional degree. Applications
are available now at the Center

and should be submitted to the
Center by January 19, 1977.
The CEW Scholarships are award.
ed on the basis of capacity, promise
of impact in a chosen field, aca-
demic record and potential, motiva-
tion, and need. The awards range
from $500 to $2,000. Application
may be submitted before admission
to the University, but admission
to a degree program is a require-
ment prior to presentation of the
awards in April.
The CEW Scholarships for Worn.
en, entirely supported through in-
dividual contributions, represent
one way in which the Center seeks
to enlarge opportunities for wom-
en. Throughout the year, the Cen
ter welcomes individuals to discuss
education and career plans, to par.
ticipate in groups and in informa
discussions, conferences, and other
programs on issues of concern tc
women in today's society. The Cen-
ter serves all interested women and
men, and is open weekdays from
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The Center
is located at 328-330 Thompson St.
phone 763-1353.

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. --WINTERSCOMING
wouldn't you rather be in Florida?
Stop in and register for a
FREE VACATION
IN DAYT ONA BEACH
We will be giving away a trip for two every
Saturday. While you're there try one f our
sandwiches or our cheesecake. They're great.

FOR GAY PEOPLE
Gay people meet each Sunday afternoon
at Canterbury House to consider questions
of personal meaning and its social con-
sequences. Regular or occasional attend-
ance welcome. Here is the schedule of
upcoming meetings.
Nov. 1 Gayness as a Cultural Phenomenon
Nov. 14 Reading of original poetry
Nov. 21 "Spiritual" Qualities of Friendship
Nov. 28 Hstorical Gay figures

Dec. 5 Death and Dying

721 E. HURON Across from
Frieze Bldg.
OPN lot
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9 o.m.-midnight
SUNDAY f ree Delivery ..___________
4pm. -midnight in Campus Area

Sundays at 3 p.m.

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CANTERBURY HOUSE
218 N. DIVISION STREET
corner of Catherine and Division
for more information'call 665-0606

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Have fun While Getting U-M Credit!
BRING OUT THE "JACQUES COUSTEAU"
IN YOURSELF THIS CHRISTMAS!

Announcing the 2nd Annual
MICH IGAN ENS lAN,

Round River Adventures, LTD. & the U-M Extension Service, Education Division,
are offering a Marine Biology workshop (2 credits) from Dec. 26 to Jan. 6 in
BIG PINE KEY, FLORIDA!
AT THE NEWFOUND HARBOR MARINE INSTITUTE
*'The course covers Marine Biology, Ecology, Snorlel Diving and Basic Under-
water Photography.
0 It casts $374.00 plus $80.00 U-M tuition (includes transportation, food, lodging,
instruction and 2 credit hours).

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For info: ROUND RIVER ADVENTURES, LTD.
3800 Packard

Ann ArbIor, Mich. 48104
or the U-M Extension Service

TEL: 97
TEL:'

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764-5302

Enter anything and everything. Winners to be published in 1977 MICHIGAN-
ENSIAN YEARBOOK. Grand Prize and 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes for both

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B&W and Color categories.

THIS WEEKEND:

Friday and Saturday Nights:
Guarneri String Quartet
RACKHAM AUDITORIUM, 8:30
BEETHOVEN QUARTETS
Friday: SRO; Saturday, seats at $3.50, $5, & $6.50
Saturday Night:
Spectacular Chinese Acrobats
HILL AUDITORIUM, 8:30
TICKETS from $3.50-$7

RULES:

1) 2 categories-B&W and Color (prints or transparencies-8x10 maximum,
don't mount prints)
2) Entry Deadline-Dec. 3rd. Bring or mail entries to 2nd floor business office,
Student Publications Bldg., 420 Maynard. Enclose SASE for returnof prints.

3) Winners to be announced Dec. 6.

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Sunday Afternoon:
Ruth Laredo, Pianist
RACKHAM AUDITORIUM, 2:30
TICKETS at $3.50, $5; & $6.50

SPONSORS:

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