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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, November 12., 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesdcy, November 12, 1975

LATIN AMERICAN TOPICSResidec
SERIES
Peasants and Politics rule undei
An Informal Discussion with
SHEPARD FORMAN v
Dept. of Anthropolooy, U. of M. (Continued from Page )
Recreation Room tablished in 1973 after a
Thursday ruled the old systemu
International Center b stitutional. The case, argu
603 MADISON November 13 ythe same lawyer, Arthur
penter, was expected to m
Mh(Souh wine of pe30 pm, easier to become a resider
ichiganUnioncompletherefore pay a lower tui
STUDENTS and FACULTY of All Departments Welcome However, in most cases
COFFEE AND MAYBE COOKIES now more difficult.
Sponsored by the Group on Latin American Issues THE SUIT also challeng
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economy is well on the road to
recovery. But he said that isn't
so in the energy field because,
with a new winter at hand, "the
energy promises of the Congress
are faded and gone."
". . . Tonight, I call on the
- Congress once again to act re-

court
uncon-
ued by
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iake it
nt, and
tion.
S, it is
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nts for

sponsibly to provide this nation "We do not have a shortage fe T o f cr
with a program which will put ; of resources," Ford said. "We
us on the road to energy inde- do have a shortage of usable
pendence," Ford said. "We must energy - and a shortage of de-
move on this program now, not termination in the Congress to 0fe etya' ainlee-at eas h eeomn
afte nx yers rgnational elec- act, bcausen t he developent rpessin g
tions, now." of an energy program involves -
The energy bill now is in a: politically difficult positions.' By JODI DIMICK
Senate - House conference com- Ford campaign aides said the History Prof. Charles Bright
mittee. Under its oil-pricing pro- four hour visit to West Virginia told an East Quad audience last
visions, fuel prices would drop and a Republican fund - raising night that fear of violent crime!
briefly before resuming their up- dinner in Atlanta Friday were is oppressing the U.S. people.
ward climb following the 1976 the last political missions on the Bright divided the blame for
elections. Price controls would current schedule, and added that the widespread fear of crime

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KAMPALA (Reuter) - Presi-
dent Idi Amin of Uganda be-
lieves that the Soviet Ambassa-
dor to Kampala may have
"taken an overdose of vodka"
on the day he delivered a ver-
bal message to him, an official
statement said yesterday.
The statement did not specify
what the message said.

be retained for 40 months. there probably won't be many
FORD WANTS removal of more before the end of the gear.
price controls on oil, saying SO FAR, Ford has been trav-
higher prices would force con- eling at Republican party ex-
servation and give the U. S. pe- pense, his trips billed as appear-
troleum industry more money to ances in his role as head of the
produce more energy. GOP. Ronald Reagan's support-
The President had a plug for ers have complaied about that,
West Virginia's major natural saying Ford's 1975 travel expen-
resource: coal. He said its deses should be counted against
e c s- the $1.0-million limit on what a
velopment and use will have to candidate can spend seeking
be part of a national energy pro- presidential nomination.
gram. I z ..,mwil Atni
WV t Vi i aia Vili holdA a

between the police and the news
media.
THE POLICE, Bright claim-
ed, use "manipulation and dis-
tortion of fact," to produce fear
in the mind of the public. He
cited police crime statistics as
an example.
Television and the news me-
dia, Bright said, add fuel to the
flame of fear by overstating the
extent of violent crime in so-
ciety.
Bright claimed that since

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ana un esienwLeiu wic- HOWEVER, it appeared to be'
strict attendance of those living HEER , t appead be
in te stte.a reference to a demand byf
. Soviet Ambassador Alexei Zak-
In addition, the suit maintains harov that Uganda express sol-
the current residency require- idarity with the Popular Move-
ments discriminate against the ment for the Liberation of An-
poor because ownership of a gola (MPLA).
house within the state is th President Amin is chairmant
major means for determining of the Organization of African
residency. Unity (OAU) which has asked
THE SUIT states, "The regu- its membershnot to recognize
lations . . . establish an irre- any of the three movements in a
buttable presumption of non- Angola as the territory's gov-!
residency for those students who ernment.
are residents but, by reason of The Soviet Union yesterday
poverty, have no other evidence broke diplomatic relations with
of domicile." Uganda after a request for the ,
The plaintiffs claim this con- ambassador's withdrawal. I
stitutes a denial of due process THE UGANDAN statement
and equal protection under the said President A m i n would
Constitution ."have taken more drastic ac-
tion against the Soviet Ambassa-
dor if the message he delivered,
had been in writing.
The radio said its statement
was 'the very last warning" to'
Moscow.
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"While I am President, the presidential primary next May most people never come in con- Bih
fate and future. of America will 11, and Ford has said he will be tact with violent crime, it isbi
not be left to undependable on the ballot in all of the 30 or only through police statistics because they fail to rehabilitate
foreign sources of energy," Ford 31 primaries. With Reagan and the news media that they prisoners. Because that will
said. ready to announce his candidacy form an opinion of it. never happen however, he said,
FORD SAID U. S. coal re- for the GOP presidential nomi- people should visit prisons to
serves have more potential and nation on Nov. 20, the 'White "CRIME, MAINLY through: "confrontathe prisoners to bet-
are more precious for the na- House is avoiding any long dis- the fear it engenders, oppresses ter understand prison condi-
tion's future than all the oil in tance debate with the conserva- us all," declared Bright.tionssu i
the Middle East. tive Californian. "Thear isd sondep, we be- Hed asserte that suc hvist
the idde Eat. iveCaliornan.come heavily dependent on po- would "break the myths and
:".:::: --::, ...: ::: :lice ;;officials t;:us," ..half-truths" the public has about
::. ,,:. .,. :<:.:,:":.::;r ieand ofcasto protect theha
DATLY OFFICIAL BULLETIN he added. prisons and prisoners.
OFFII~l.BIJ..T~TINAc cording to Bright, the re- Speaking casually, the tall,
suit of this fearisgthattpeople red-haired lecturer punctuated
Wednesday, November 12 "Incentive and Production in Uto- keep off the streets and remain his remarks wth drags on a
Day Calendar pia," Lec.Hall. Rackham, 8 pm. in their homes at night cigarette sips of coffee, and
WUOM Li t Tw sein IP~s: Pat Crecie "A Cook's Tour frequent hand gestures. The in-
-panel discussion, ' henry Kissin-' of the Federal Budgetary Process,"g
ge: An Ongoing Appraisal," 10:30 Assembly Hall, Rackham, 4th fir., 8' BRIGHT SAID he has been formal approach succeeded, and
am. pm. researching "prison issues" for Bright received a warm hand
CREES: Yvonne Lockwood, "Oral PTP, Boccaccio Festival: Machi- the last two years. from the crowd of approximate-
Tradition and the Historical Pro- veli's Mandragola, Arena Theatre, Bright claimed that ideally, y 30 students at the end of his
cess," Commons Rim, Lane Hall,+ Frieze. s pm.Brgtcamdttielyy30sunsathendohs
noon. Music School: All-Campus orch- prisons should be closed down speech.
Public Health Films: Emphysema estra, Hill Aud., 8 pm; Composition ~ ~
--The Facts, M1112 SPH II, 12:10 department Special Recital, Recital '
pm. Hall, 8 pm.
CRLT Colloquia: David Starks, general Notices
"The Use of Media in Laboratory The State of Michigan is accept-
Courses." 2549 LSA, 3:15 pm. ing applications for its Winter
Botany / Herbarium: Gillean T. term internships in State govern-
Prance, "The Amazonian Biota: Pre-mnt +gncesgnovps.Tesn-
sent State and Furture Prospects," are open to undergrad and grad
Lee. Rm., I, MLB, 4 pm. students on a full or part time ba-
Physics: G.Weinreich, "Time-of- his. For more info and application
Flight Spectroscopy of Metastable forms see the DOB. Applications due
Atom Beams," P&A Coiloq. Rni., ' Nov. 28. UI.IU t jHil
pmo. Student Accounts: Your attention
Statistics: Jan Kmenta, "General- is called to the following rules
ized Least Squares in Econome- passed by the Regents at their . By AP and Reuter
trics."32 Angel 4 pm.emeeting on February 28, 1936: SACRAMENTO, Calif. - A
Humanities: Kathleen Kinkade, "Suet;salpyal con SACRAENT
u- d-' thdenivshitpay ntlar unts
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dueth Uivrstynot later than grocer test ea yester ay ina at
the last day of classes of each Lynette "Squeaky" F r o m m e
semester or summer session. Stu- walked into his store and, said,
dent loans which are not paid or ;T'< hate Fnrl " the avbefore
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ported to the Cashier of the Uni-
versity and
'(a) All academic credits will be
withheld, the grades for the semes-
te or summer sesion just com-

t ae e r rueUy UI
she allegedly tried to assassi-
nate President Ford.
Fromme, a follower of con-
victed mass murderer Charles
Manson, was barred from the
cI courtrobm for the third straight a

pleted will not be released, and no day by U.S. District Court Judge
transcript of credits will be issued. Thomas MacBride. And for the
(b) All students owing such ac-
counts will not be allowed to regis- second straight day, the defend-
ter in any subsequent semester or ant blindfolded herself and was
summer session until payment has carried to the courthouse.
been made."

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Due to an unexpected, tho welcome,
display of enthusiasm for oppts. the
MICHIGANENSIAN has scheduled
an additional week of senior por-

trait shootings.
taken for

Appts.

are being

M Orton in
contempt
WASHINGTON, (Reuter) - A
House of Representatives sub-
committee yesterday cited Com-
merce Secretary Rogers Morton
for contempt of Congress for re-
fusing to supply the names of
American firms complying with
the Arab boycott against Israel.
The 10-5 vote in the Commerce
Oversight Subcommittee was on
party lines.
THE CONTEMPT recommen-
dation now goes to the full com-
mittee and, if it approves, to the
floor of the House of Represen-
tatives.
It was the first time in his-
"ory that a member of the cabi-
net has been accused of con-
tempt of Congress. The charge
was made as Morton prepared
to retire from the government.
President Ford has nominated
Elliot Richardson, U. S. ambas-
sador in London, to take over
Morton's job.
Yesterday's vote was the cli-
max of a long dispute between
the subcommittee, headed by
Congressman John Moss (D-
California) and the burly head
of the Commerce Department.

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