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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SURPRISE PLEASED
SENIOR CITIZENS
VIENNA (AP) - Christmas
was made especially joyful for
many inhabitants of senior citi-
zens' homes in Vienna who re-
ceived small but lively gifts
from the Vienna Society for the
Breeding of Canaries.
Realizing that many old
people are lonely and want
very much to have a pet de-
spite confined surroundings, the
society donated a great number
of the little warblers as a spe
cial holiday remembrance.
More than 100 communities in
New Jersey have not been able
to build new commercial and
housing developments for three
years because their sewer
plants are filled to capacity.

516 E. LIBERTY

994-5350

Miller
talks on
primary
(Continued from Page 1)
computer analysis. He attribut-
es the rise in liberalism partly
to the impact of the late 60's.
THE PUBLIC opinion expert
expects Carter to start running
into some "very strong opposi-
tion if he starts looking formid-
able." Miller adds, "Carter is
apparently very unpopular
among his fellow Democratic
governors, and they carry a lot,
of weight."
Today's Massachusetts p r i -
mary will give a clearer indi-I
cation of just how the liberal
and conservative sentiments
will divide, according to Mil-
ler. New Hampshire's primary
was not particularly decisive,I
since Carter won only 30 per J
cent of the vote, not "a big
victory."
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Tuesday, March 2, 1976
Campus s urveillance
by police criticized

y DAVID GARFINKEL ( "There was no reason for them
to be up there with cameras,"
last night's City Council he told The Daily. "I can't as-
ing, the University was ac-f sure you what University people
1of "collaboration with the were doing," he added.,
by Colleen Chauvin, a Addressing Council at the end
ber of the Coalition to Stop of the "audience participation"
NSA Recruitment on Cam-'section of the agenda, Chauvin
I presented four, demands: that
uvin claimed that at a de- police files be opened to the
held last month between public, that the alleged collusion
Coalition and University between the University and the
dent Robben Fleming, a Ann Arbor police be ended, that
:e's camera was seen just the police be kept off campus,
s away from a service en- and that police surveillance be
e window in the Michigan cut off.
>om.''
E PRODUCED two photo- AT THE END of her speech,
is which allegedly showed she was greeted with a round of
fficers in question, William applause from about twenty
and Richard Conrell. people, who began chanting,
s face it. Those pictures "Cops off campus! Cops off
iot for the cover of Vogue campus!" Several people car-
izine. They are for police ried signs with slogans such as
' Chauvin said. "Abolish the CIA/NSA" and
y Police Chief Walter Kras- "Ann Arbor Police Suppresses
nied the charges last week. Student Dissent."
Court to render
Hdicial view of porn
SHINGTON (R)~ - The Su-I which, in a landmark 1973 de-

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l Glll U preme Court agreed yesterday
to decide whether an appeals
'court reviewing an obscene
b t'L~)movie case must view the film
before making its decisions.
The question was presented in
UNITED NATIONS (P) - The an appeal by a number of film
Palestine Liberation Organiza- distributors from convictions
tion (PLO) yesterday denied re- arising from the showing of
ports that its chairman, Yasir films at the Cinema X theater
Arafat, had hinted it might re- in Newport, Ky.
cognize Israel's right to exist THE U.S. Circuit Court in Cin-
in return for the creation of a cinnati upheld the convictions

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cision, the Supreme Court said
obscenity judgnents are to be
governed.
THE JURY in the Kentucky
case was instructed to adopt'the
standards of Eastern Kentucky,
the judicial district in which the
case was being tried.
The film distributors said this
was unfair because that district
runs all the way from the Cin-
cinnati, Ohio, suburban area in
which the film was shown to hill
areas of the Cumberland Moun-
tains and Appalachia. The jury
panel was drawn only from the
metropolitan area.
They also noted that at least
half of the jurors who heard the
case worked across the Ohio
River in Cincinnati and would

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Palestinian state in territory
now occupied by Israel.
Commenting on a Washington
Post story Sunday, the PLO
said in a statement from its
U. N. observer office that
"there is no truth whatsoever
in what the newspaper attri-
butes to Mr. Arafat."
The International Court of
Justice is the principal judicial{
organ of the United Nations. I

without seeing the movies but
after reading a detailed descrip-
tion of them.
In their appeal, the distribu-
tors cited a 1974 decision in
which the Supreme Court, after
viewing the prize-winning film
"Carnal Knowledge," reversedE
a lower court's determination

that it was obscene. ,be "necessarily affected by the
The Kentucky case also pre- atmosphere that pervades the
sents the question of defining the city within which they work
local community standards by every day.

the " "rb t i" " r a
TONIGHT-
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country home, paralleling a real episode in
author Anthony Burgess's life. Ultra-violence
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Agency aids political prisoners
(Continued from Page 1) proceed with further beating, tured - no matter who they are
Fascists in 1945. She endured electric shocks, tearing off fin- or what they have done -we
confinement and torture for 45 gernails, burning body hair and can protest for them. Torture is
days until her rescue by two I various sexual tortures. The a direct violation of the UN's
prison guards connected with 'INazis perfected the methods, Universial Declaration of Hu-
the underground. but they are still used very man Rights," said Sagan.
"THE METHODS of torture much even today."
used by the secret police to-I The AI has been labelled as a WHILE Al members are not
wards political prisoners has a' fascist organization by leftist allowed to lobby or directly
quality of sameness throughout dictatorships and as Marxist or promote legislation in any way,
the world," explained Sagan. Communist by extreme right- they may be invited by legisla-
"The prisoner is typically tak- wing political groups, yet, as tive or judicial groups to pro-
en from home by plainclothes- Sagan insists, there is no politi- vide documentation, witnesses
men, shoved into a car and im-, cal affiliation involved. and reports on any cases they
mediately verbally and physic- "We cannot adopt any priso- investigate. The AI's most vital
ally assaulted. Once in the pri- ner who has used or advocated task is exerting public opinion
son, the 'interrogators' then' violence; but if they are tor- pressure on offending govern-
__- --ments. As Sagan expresses it,
<:::<:>>II<==> )>a<>o<==> @>< "In cases such as these, a lit-
TUESDAY, MARCH 2: tle bit of blackmail does not
j (EHALD O'NEILL hr.
.. . ."Right here in Michigan,"
Physicist, Space Scientist said Sagan," men like Rep.
SPEAKING ON: John Conyers (D.-Detroit) and
"SPACE COLONIZATION AND Rep. Dan Riegel (D.-Saginaw)
"ALTERATIEEC NERGAT O URCAhave recently allied themselves
ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SOURCES" with our cause. The'United
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXV1, No. 130
HOWARD HAWKS' 1940 Tuesday. March 2, 1976
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hand and throws boiling coffee in another's
face. Glenn Ford and Gloria Grahame disap-
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for $2.00 Admission $1.25

FUTURE WORLDS presents at Hill Aud.
Gerald O'Neill, physicist; space scientist
speakingon "S P A C E COLONIZATION AND ALTERNATIVE ENERGY
SOURCES," TODAY at 3:00 p.m . Admission Fee $1.00.
COMING March 16 DICK GREGORY speaking on "World Food Issues of the
Future."'. NO admission fee....
Block Extravaganza '75 sponsored by UAC Minority Affairs Committee
April 7 thru 11-Sports Coliseum
All aroups or individuals interested in participating stop by 2307 Michigan Union
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MUSKET'S 1976 Spring Musical "HELLO DOLLY"
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Group rates for the show are available. Call 763-1 107 for more information.
And don't forget to call on "DOLLY," you'll have more fun than you've had
at the theatre in years! DON'T LET THE PARADE PASS YOU BY!
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Where were You?
if you missed our last visit-and if you re a
senior without firm post-graduation career
plans-you might just find it worthwhile to
investigate a career as a Lawyer's Assistant
by speaking to us the next time we visit
your campus.
Why not check us out? Contact your
placement office and find out when our
representative will be here again.
Don't miss us this time. Opportunity
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