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Tuesday, October 7, 1975

THE MICA IGAN DAILY

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Court to decide legal status

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By AP and UPI
WASHINGTON - A Detroit
drugstore owner has won at
least part of his fight to stop the
Detroit Edison Co. from selling
light bulbs at package deal,
prices. -
The U.S. Supreme Court
agreed yesterday to decide
whether Michigan's regulation
of electric rates protects Edi-
son's bulb sales plan from fed-
eral anti-trust laws.
LAWRENCE Cantor said the
sale of bulbs, at special rates,
by Detroit Edison, as part of its
residential rate package, dam-I
aged his business by keeping
light bulb customers off the nor-
mal commercial market.
In other action, a Vietnam
veteran who was drafted by
mistake lost his bid for Supreme
Court review of his claim for
damages against the govern-
ment.
The court let stand a decision
of the U.S. Circuit Court in Cin-
cinnati overturning a judge's
award of $31,000 damages to
Clyde Fitch.
FITCH was drafted July 13,

's 'free bulbs' policy
1970, after having been given an in the past that any law infring
erroneous number in the nation- ing a "fundamental" privacy
al draft lottery. The number he right has to be shown to b
was entitled to should have as- necessary to promote some com-
sured he would not be drafted. pelling state interest. If th
He was informed of the mis- right is not fundamental it ca
take in July 1971, while in Viet- be justifed so long as there h
nam. In October 1971, he was re- a "rational basis" for it.
turned to the United States and The court held in 1969, for in
discharged. stance, that the possessiono
In reversing the award of obscene materials in one's hom
damages the circuit court said involves a "fundamental" inter
federal law bars claims against est because it is protected b
the government for "negligent the constitutional guarantees o
misrepresentation." freedom of expression.
The Court also refused to hear -- ----
arguments that people have a
"fundamental right" to possess
and smoke marijuana in their
own homes.
THE COURT let stand a deci-
sion by U.S. District Judge
James Comiskey of New Or-
leans that such an argument
was "plainly without merit."
Comiskey, in a decision up-«
held by the U.S. Circuit Court
in New Orleans, refused to con-
vene a three-judge court to hear
a challenge to state and federal
laws against private possession E
and use of marijuana. .
The Supreme Court has held I " O '

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY k
Volume LXXXVI, No. 29
Tuesday, October 7, 1975-
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Back on the Air After Nine Years:
The New York Philharmonic
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Tuesday at 8:05 PIM.
-TONIGHT'S PERFORMANCE-
DANIEL BEREN BOIM, conductor
CLIFFORD CURZON, pianist.
BEETHOVEN: "Leonore" Overture No. 2
MOZART: Concerto for Piano and
Orchestra, A major, K. 488
SCH UMANN: Symphony No. 4,
D minor. Opus 20
Paid for by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting

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Four-year-old Allison Volk reviews her request for a middle
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to court yesterday in Portland, Maine. "Your honor, my broth--
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deau accepted her petition and moments later received his
pay - a fistful of change from the newly named Allison Jill
Volk.
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