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Po 4e Two

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, November 20, 1975

Paqe Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY

. w e FBI admits no legal
unieste basis for King probe
AT uni\/ ( t$ (lla
(Continued from Page 1) point that continued FBI inter-
- Adams said the wiretaps were est in his activities arose outr
authorized by then-Atty. Gen. of a fear or a suspicion that het
Robert Kennedy. was being influenced by some-t
L A T E R, committee staff one the bureau felt was sub-i
FREE. members said the FBI had jus- versiv~e.
tified the bugs under what it,
considered to be its general in- The state of Iowa has soil
vestigative authority, that is considered the finest in
Y Staff members said Kennedy America and the state accounts1
SATURDAY and his brother, then-President fo n-et ftento'
NOV. 22John Kennedytold King at one food supply. _
5pm & 7pm- - - --
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Fromme's dismissal
bid denied by judge
By AP and Reuter I here on September 5.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Ly- District Judge Thomas Mac-
nette Fromme lost her bid yes- Bride denied three separate de-
terday for dismissal of charges fense motions for dismissal ofI
that she attemtped to kill Pres- the charge, for a mistrial and'
ident Ford. A federal judge for the quashing of the federal
ruled evidence withheld from grand jury indictment under
her defense was "a bit of a which Fromme, 27, was brought,
mish-mash." to trial.
Fromme's lawyer, John Virga, But MacBride sharply criti-
had requested the charge be dis- cized the federal prosecutor's
missed on the grounds that the conduct before ruling that the
prosecution h a d deliberately trial should continue.
concealed a witness who would HE THEN recessed court un-
have helped her case. til tomorrow to give Virga time
VIRGA CLAIMED the govern- to reorganize Fromme's defense
men had "effectively destroyed" in light of the withheld state-
his case by failing to reveal the ments of Damir.
existence of a witness, James MacBride said Asst. U.S. Atty.
Damir, who heard Fromme say Donald Heller's actions were
"it's not loaded anyway" after "not a model of prosecutorial
she pointed a pistol at Ford zonduct."
YOUR VOTE IS IMPORTANT
SGC-UHC-Michigan Union Elections
NOVEMBER 18-20
4 SGC BALLOT ISSUES
A. Voluntary funding of SGC. C. Constitutional convention
call.
B. Michigan student assembly D. Release $12,000 of
plan. S.L.A.P. funds for
use by SGC.
7 at-large seats
l11 constitutional convention delegates
3 UIC BALLOT ISSUES

By DA
A panel
sioners vot
a i t i t

Panel votes continued support
for Consumer Action Center

ANA BAUMANN
of County Commis-
ed 10-3 yesterday to
-h Consumer Artin

"IT LOOKS LIKE we have a

MURRAY VOTED in favor of

victory for the CAC in its pres-y
ent state," said CAC Directorp
John Knapp. ' There remains ai

malnQa LH Ue%-U 115U111L SSjU.,S - L r --
Center (CAC) at its current slight possibility that membersh
funding level under the jurisdic- may change their minds be-n
tion of the prosecuting attor- tween now and the final vote,a
ney's office. j but this doesn't appear too
The decision by the Ways and likely."o
Means Committee followed a The new proposal will be re-t
controversy sparked by the viewed with the entire budgeth
Board's recent 1976 budget pro- by the Committee of the Whole.
posal to merge the consumer of- before Nov. 26 and will then bet
fice with the Department of presented at a public hearing
Weights and Measures. The pro- Dec. 4. The revised budget pro-t
posal would have eliminated the posal will be voted upon by the
positions of director and media- Board in its entirety on Dec. 19.r
tor, retaining only one investiD Prosecuting Attorney ril--
gator for the renamed Depart- iam Delhey said the new pro-
ment of Consumer Services. posal would cause no majors
planning difficulties. Provisions'
- for the CAC had already been
I incorporated into his office's'
E ONE FREE BOWL uinitial budget proposal.
OF BROWN RICE "HAVING THE CAC remain1
SiIin this office will facilitate the1
'With this coupon consumer more efficiently be-
and any purchase at the * cause we have the mediation3
: VEGETABLE UNION :necessary to decide whether a1
S n MICH.UNION :i case is criminal or non-crimin-'
in the .U al," Delhey said.
ooen 11-1:30 p.m. But the source of funds for:
S l e CAC remains unclear. Due tor
m s its non-statutory nature and low:
Expires November 30 budget priority, the CAC was;
one of the first offices to feel
-~effects of the budget crunch.
ROSICRUCIAN "I was never opposed to the;
ORDER, AMORC CAC," said Board Chairman;
Rosicrucian Order, AMOR, a IMeri Lou Murray. "My real
nonsecrtarian fraternalo abod y concern in supporting the mer-
, devoted to the investigation, ger was to retain as much serv-j
study and practical application ice for the conisumer as OSS01-'
of natural and spiritual laws {ble. It seemed that, faCed with
will have an open meeting at lItse dth.fadwih
the Ann Arbor Public Library losing th° whole office due to
corner of 5th Ave. and Wil- b1deet clts. the merger was!
.iam) at :00 p.m. on Friday, r

yesterday's motion, but still ex-
pressed worry over its financial
implications. She proposed ask-
ing several local groups for fi-
nancial support or services to
aid the CAC.
"I'm going to write the cities
of Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti and
the Chamber of Commerce for
help on this. Almost 60 per cent
of CAC's clients are Ann Ar-
bor residents, so it is an issue
which definitely concerns
them," said Murray.
Catherine McClary, chairwo-
man of Ways and Means, cited
the overwhelming public outcry
expressed during the controver-
sy as the decisive factor in the
committee's vote yesterday
morning.
"THERE HAS BEEN a tre-
mendous amount of public in-
put about the proposal. Many
letters and calls have come in
and there was a high public
attendance at the Ways and
Means meeting today, which is
highly unusual," said McClary.
McClary, who voted against
the motion, maintained her
stand in favor of merging the of-
fice with the Sealer of Weights
and Measures. She believes Del-
hey does not have the interest
in consumer protection that
Sealer John Harter has demon-
strated. She also says combin-
ing the offices would make the
handling of all consumer serv-
ices more efficient and econom-
ical.
"The major threat to the
CAC seems to have been re-
solved, Knapp said. "The vote
today showed support by both
T~annrtc dtiRe btlicans_ sn

1. Continue lettuce/grope
bovcott.

2. Vegetarian option
3. Vice-Presidential succession

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