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Thursday, February 26, 197b

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

Thursday, February 26, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three

Two child limit set
for Indian families

NEW DELHI, India (AP)-Act-
ing to encourage sterilization,
the Indian government has An-
nounced a plan to penalize gov-
ernment employes and Delhi
residents who do not limit their
families to two children.
The plan, similar to those the
government is promoting in
state assemblies across the
country, also provides incen-
tives to "eligible couples" with
one sterilized spouse or with
one who has signed a pledge
to undergo sterilization after
having two children.

government jobs, both perma-
nent and part-time.
NEW GOVERNMENT employ-
es with more than two children
will have to get sterilized with-
in two months of their appoint-
ments or lose their jobs.
It is not clear yet whether!
married persons already em-
ployed by the government who
do not qualify for the "eligible
couple" category will lose their;
jobs, one source said.
But those living in govern-1
ment housing in the capital will1
lose their accommodations if a

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Thursday, February 26 "Population," Lee. Rm. 1, MLB, 3:30
DAY CALENDAR p.m
WUOM: David Brower, pres., I Env. Law, Soc.: virginia Prentice,
Friends of the Earth, "Environmen- Sierra Club, "Project Seafarer,"
tal Imperatives for the Future," 10 Lawyers Club Lounge, 3:30 p.m.
a.m.; 11:30 p.m.; It's Up to Your, Psychiatry: Mark N. Ozer, Child
classical music request call-in, 763- Health & Development, D.C., 'Ther-
9210; 763-1550, 8:05 p m. apyRas a Planning Process," 1057
Ctr. Human Growth, Development: MHRI, 3:45 p.m.,
The Ascent of Man: The Hidden American Culture/University val-
SructeAnd.4,LB,11am. nes Year: Hazel Henderson, Prince-
Pendleton Arts Information Ctr.: tohe Non-MaterA leriits to row-
'Open Hearth," Lois Kane, 'Weav- th" Lee. ari. 2, MLB, 4 p.m.
ers' Craft," Pendleton Rm., Union, !t, e.R.2 L,4pm
noos' CGeology, Mineralogy: Turner Dis-
Commission for Women/Returning tin nishedetureCstal Mechanics
students Committee: Take This of Cordilleran Foreland Deformation
Woman. 3205 Union, noon. in wyoming," 1528 CC Little, 4 p.m.
Ctr. Japanese Studies: Robert H. Nuclear Structure Seminar: K. T.
tlNclerwSrucure"The InterUniversity Center HchSeThmOthg nary K.ond.
for Japanese Language Study, Tok- Hion ModThe Orthogonality P&ndr
yo aa, omn m aetion Model and All That," P&A;
yo, Japan," Commons Rm, Lane Colloq. Rm, 4 p.m.
Hall oon. ims h I Theoretical Seminar: Y. Tomoza-
Public Health Films: Three Times wa, "Homogeneous Renormal.ization
jA Day Aud., SPH II, 12:10 p.m. j Group Equations," 2038 Randall Lab,j
Global Issues Forum: Tony Hodges, 4rp 2in
"Operation Desktop: Nuclear Sea- University Players: Studio Theatre
bed Weapons," Rackham Aud., 1:30 Series, "27 Wagons Full of Cotton;"
p~m. "Moon," Arena Theatre, Frieze. 4:10,
Behavioral Science: John Knodel, p.M.
SECOND ANNUAL The Daoily rerets an erroro-
neous - announcement ofa
Iorld 9-Boll Calculator Sale at
W d - CENTICORE BOOKSHOP

IHE DAILY(
make
interesting
read ing

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For

THE NEW sterilization initia- spouse in families with more
tive follows government ac- than two children is not steril-
knowledgment that its tradition- ized.
al family planning approaches ONLY EMPLOYES in the "el-
will not prevent this country of igible" bracket will be entitled
600 million people from grow- to vacation pay advances, hous-
ing to one billion by the end ing loans, advances for cars or
of the century. scooters and some other em-
Prime Minister Indira Gandhi ploye benefits.
recently signaled the shift in There will also be rewards forI
policy when she said "personal communities which record the
rights have to be kept in abey- most sterilizations, the govern-
ance for the human rights of ment said. Rural sectors will
the nation - the right to live be given priority for drinking
and the right to progress." and irrigation water. Their ur-
S. N. Agarwala, director of! ban counterparts will be entitled
the Institute of Population Stud- to additional schools and medi-I
ies in Bombay said, "After 24 cal benefits.
years of efforts, only 17.5 mil- -
lion couples out of a total of- -
103 million in the reproductive I
ages of 15 to 45 years use con- NOON LU
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Billiard
Tournament
Sat. & Sun.
Feb. 28-29
At The UNION

336 Maynard St.
Ad should have read:
CALENDARS 50% OFF

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AP Photo
Walking the line
Steve McPeak, 30, a University of Nevada-Las Vegas stu-
dent, strolled over the Hoover Dam on a group of cables
Tuesday. He sleeps in a hammock suspended from the cables
during the four - day trip. Security officials plan to arrest
McPeak when he comes down.

on

JNCHEON
nd Sandwiches 50c

traceptive devices.
THE PENALTIES, which the
FewU. eatery patron se lctive "almost immediately,'
directly or indirectly curtail al
o " couple's access to almost the
o jobs and housing toloans,medi-
By PHILLIP BOKOVOY tomers "must request that they cal care, schools and drinkin
want to sit in a non-smoking water.
Very few people in Ann Arbor section." The plan does not provide
request tables away from smok- fines or imprisonment for cou-
ers at area restaurants, an in-. President Robben Fleming has ples who fail to comply, but
formal Daily poll has revealed. issued a memo every year since legislation being drafted in oth-
In addition, the University poli- 1972 attacking smoking in class- I er states does.
cy against smoking in class- rooms. The memos have been!e
rooms is seldom, if ever, observ- directed mainly towards thebfa-I The West Bengal government
ed. culty, who do not enforce the is drafting a bill providing that
Out of 19 restaurants polled, rules. Fleming's memo of Sept. sacou has three chiren,
only three, the Gandy Dancer, 20, 1972 gives his reasons for , or face a fine, imprisonment
Weber's and Lord Fox have a ban on smoking - "thewan- or fae
specific areas set aside for the noyance it causes to those wholobth
use of non-smokers. Two oth- do not smoke and the fact that Only families of eligible cou-
ers Chez Crepe and the Pretzel in some buildings it is a definite ples will get free treatment in
Bell make provisions to move fire hazard." the out-patient departments of
Bell ake roviioosternmen-t hosptals. For the
patrons to a different table if Obviously the rules are not vthers fe s wil begin at 5 or,
the smoke from another patron being enforced and Fleming 10 rupees, 65 cents or $1.10.
is bothering them. I says that, "It's very hard to Eligible couples will receive
L. G. FENERLI, manager of enforce in the University be- preferential consideration for
the Oyster Bar and Spaghetti cause you don't have a very p e c ro
Machine, said that since "the effective way of coercing facul-
food is cooked in the dining ty members, and if they won't EU r
room the cooking odors elimin- cooperate peer pressure should
ate smoking odors." be applied."
One of the problems involved } <y.
in seating non-smokers, accord- A firm in Boston fels majorc f-24 7
ing to Robert Hacker, the man- league baseball caps for $1, in- U
ager of Weber's, is that the cus- I tiuding air mail postage.

Homemade Soup a

BOB and MARGARET BLOOD
Counselors and Encounter Group Leaders
"TOWARD PERSONAL GROWTH AND
DEEPER RELATIONSHIP'S"
FRIDAY, FEB. 27
at GUILD HOUSE, 802 Monroe
CANTERBURY HOUSE presents:
PATHS TO SELF-AWARENESS
---A SERIES OF LECTURE-DISCUSSIONS AND DEMON-
STRATIONS ON SDIRITUAL AWAKENING
TH U RSDAY EVEN I NGS at 8:00 p.m.
1. ANTHROPOSOPHY I: A Science of
the Spirit: The Philosophy of
Rudolf Steiner
Febrvory 26th, with DR. ERNEST KATZ
2. ANTHROPOSOPHY Ill: Spiritually
Based Education in the Teachings of
Rudolf Steiner
March 4th, with DR. ERNEST KATZ
3. YOGA: A Synthesis of Its Various
Systems
March 18th, with K. SUNDAR DAS
4. KARMA YOGA, Natural Law, and
the Declaration of Independence
March 25th, with DICK AHERN
5. GESTALT THERAPY: Attaining
Wholeness
April 1st, with MICHAEL ANDES

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