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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'hursday, October 2, 1975

~oge Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY TI iursday, October 2, 1975

IN 1972, 16,000 U-M students called for the creation of a unique organization in Michiqan.
It would be funded by students. controlled by students. and it would attack problems that
students thought were important, It would be called Public Inerest Research Group in Mich-
ion, or
PIRGIM
So for PiRGIM'S full-time professional staff has investigated emergency medical care,
excessive Pentagon spending, the transportation of radioactive wastes, unnecessary govern-
mental secrecy, the rental housing market, the high price of food, and a lot more. all IN
THE STUDENT INTEREST.
Students can take part in PIRGIM's work: Students con become a PIRGIM member and help
fund its activities by paving the $1.50 PIRGIM fee on their tuition bill. Anyone con also
work with PIRGIM's students and professionals as a researcher, an investigator, on office
worker or as on organizer, all IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST.
Contact PIRGIM at 4106 Michigan Union, 662-6597
If students choose not to support PIRGIM, they con obtain a
PIRGIM FEE "REFUND"
AVAILABLE: SIMPLY:
September 29-October 3 1. Take i.d. to SAO
Student Accounts Office 2. Fill out brief form at SAO
2nd Floor, SAB 3. You will receive a credit for $1.50
8:30-12:00, 1:00-4:30 on your next tuition bill.

Agents view release
of Moore as proper

HOTEL SCREENED
Ford security tightens

(Continued from Page 1)
about 10 to 15 feet away when
Moore fired in the direction of,
the President on September 22
outside a San Francisco hotel.
He said it was possible he
even walked right past her;
without recognizing her becauset
she wore a raincoat and sun
glasses.1
Haskell displayed an FBI
teletype message to the Secret
Service to back up his conten-
tion that O'Shea made no ref-
erence to Lynette "Squeaky"
Fromme when he alerted the:
Secret Service about Moore two
days before the President's San

Francisco trip.
THE FBI message to the Se-
cret Service in San Francisco
relayed the detective's report
about Moore, saying she intend-
ed to go to Palo Alto on Sep-
tember 21, "to see if the system
works."
A copy of the message provid-
ed to newsmen did not use the
Fromme comparison.
However, it was headed:
"Sara Jane Moore, threat
against the President."

NEWARK, N.J. (A') - Secret
Service agents are roaming Ho-
tel Robert Treat, a once-elegant
structure across from a park
where drug addicts now meet
and around the corner from
where gangster Dutch Schultz
was murdered.
It's the hotel President Ford
is scheduled to visit Saturday
for a $1,000-per-person cocktail
hour and a $100-per-plate dinner
sponsored by the State Republi-
can Committee.
BUT 20 Secret Service agents
and communications experts
checked into the hotel over the
weekend and began examining

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SUNDAY 7 p.m. at Wesley Foundation, In addition, all LSA students
First Methodist Church can now elect up to one quarter
RELI ION nd OCIA JUS ICEof their total credits, including
RELIGION and SOCIAL JUSTICE- distributioncourses, on a pass/
FRED MORRIS fail basis. The option to use
"After ten years of seeking to identify with the people of pass/fail expires after the third
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pelled to participate in their suffering." week of the term.
(also preaching 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. Sunday) M a r i o n Jackson, assistant
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CHIL E BR AZIL-UPDATEare made aware of the policy
changes, and to gain coopera-
Discussion with FRED MORRIS and KEN LAUGHTON, Pol. tion in their implementation.
Sci. Prof., recently returned from a visit to Chile. She said the new policy changes
Sponsored by Wesley Foundation, Henry Martin Loud will give "more direction and
Lectureship, and Office of Ethics and Religion with flexibility to individual students
the Group on Latin American Issues. flexibilyltowidvda tuden
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the 440-room building, its per-
sonnel, and nearby rooftops.
"I'm not going to tell you
what they're doing, how many
there are, where they're going,;
what they're looking for - noth-
ing. I can't say a thing," said
Jerome Sternstein, vice presi-
dent and general manager ofr
the hotel, when asked about the
agents.
The White House announced:
last week the President had cuti
back his October schedule and
said it no longer would announce
his travel plans until finalized.
Saturday's visit wasn't an-i
nounced until Tuesday. Thel
change came after two assas-
'es opened
ts' revieuw
or her own interests."
"THE SUCCESS of these new
changes depends upon the stu-
dents and faculty recognizing
and taking advantage of all the
possibilities," she said.
Another provision, effective
next fall, will allow students to
earn up to 60 hours of non-resi-
dential credit, providing more
opportunities for independent re-
search, and study at other in-
stitutions.
Jonathan Klein, a student
member of the GRC, said he felt
the GRC made "mostly worth-
while changes for students" but
that it fell somewhat short of
radically reappraising the col-
lege "as it was meant to do."

sination attempts on Ford's life.
THE FEDERAL officials have
gathered each day in the hotel's
coffee shop for breakfast. From
there they broke into groups to
discuss the day's work. On Tues-
day, a group of eight met in
the lobby and checked a map
of the city and left in groups of
twos and threes.
After being built in 1915, the
14-story hotel attracted celebri-
ties from all walks of life, in-
cuding gangsters such as
Schultz.
Schultz, a prohibition-era beer
baron and numbers racket king-
pin, was gunned down with
three other hoodlums in the Pal-
ace Chop House, while a resi-
dent at the hotel in 1935. The
Chop House building still stands
but is now a cleaners.
ON WEEKENDS, the hotel's
bar and restaurants are usually
closed and the area is deserted.
Many of the hotel's rooms are
rented year-round to pensioners
and disabled veterans.
Named after the city's found-
er, the hotel is situated across
the street from Military Park,
an after-dark gathering place
for drug addicts and winos that
also has been the scene of pro-
test rallies by radical groups.
Employes were informed of
the planned visit at a meeting
three weeks ago. Since the at-
tempts on Ford's life, informa-
tion around the Robert Treat
has been scarce.
Employesacknowledge only
that they had been required to
provide their name, address and
Social Security number for fed-
eral authorities. "They've been
checking the alleyways, the
back parking lot, the hallways,
lobbies and rooms," said one
bellhop. "They're all over the
place."

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FBI investigates
new VA incident
(Continued from Page 1) powerful neuro-muscular relax-
HOSPITAL staffers caught ant while the others, including
two people running from Brow- over So breathing failures, have
er's room after the incident and been labeled as "suspicious."
turned them over to the FBI According to another hospital
for questioning. Those question- source, the FBI has narrowed
ed included the patient's wife the list of suspects in that in-
Louise; his stepson, Henry Nor- vestigation to one. A nurse at
ton; and Norton's wife, Marian. the facility, according to the
According to a hospital source, source, has been the focus of
"the FBI is reaching the end of the probe.
their investigation. They're look- However, according to anoth-
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point of view." force an admission of guilt from
While the decision to prase- her. The nurse has reportedly
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trict attorney, the source con- that she has been unfairly har-
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intend to prosecute-it's a very
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