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Daily Official Bulletin
Friday, April 2
WUOM: Rev. Calvin Malefyt,
Ph.D., MinisterU.Reformed Church
& Weicher Vanhouten, .M.D., As-
soc. Dir. Outpatient Psychiatry, U.
Hosp. "Religion: A Hazard to Men-
tal Health?", panel discussion, 10
Natural Resources Honors Convo-
cation: Deane Baker, regent, awards
ceremony, Rackham Amph., 10:30
Guild House: Noon luncheon,
George A. White, MIT, c'Simon
Weil's tGreat Beast' and the Ameri-
can Bicentennial," 802 Monroe,
OB. Gyn/Bio. Eng: Ruth Moore,
"Ultrasonic Blood Flow Technique
in the Measurement of Ovarian
Blood Flow in the Ewe," L2204 Wo-
men's Hosp., noon.
Public Health: Danny and Nicky,
Aud., SPH II, 12:10 pm.
Educ. Communications Media:
Germany - Dada (Museum WithoutI
Walls), Schorling Aud., SEB, 12:10
Music School: Bizet's "Carmen",
Mendelssohn, 8 pm,
Astronomy: Dr. Richard Sears,
"Dying Stars," Aud.. B., Angell Hall,,
Career Planning & Placement
3200 SAB, 764-7456
Recruiting on Campus: Bureau of
Budget, State of Ill. for Budgetj
Analysis on Apr. 7 Oxford Univer
Press for text book sales personnel,
on Apr. 9, phone for appt. 784-7456.
Summer Internship Program:
Editorial Ass't & Programmer Ana.
lyst - Jr. yr or grad. student with
1 yr. before graduation. Journ. or
COS majors, deadline Ar. 9, apply
to: Summer Internship Program,
Placement Dept., Meredith Corp,
1716 Locust St., Des Moines, Iowa
50336, phone 763-4117 for additional
3200 SAB, 7634117
Camp Niobe, Coed, M. Will inter-,
view Fri. Apr. 9, from 1 to 5, work-
ing with emotionally disturbed,1
waterfront (WSI), gen. counselors,
arts/crafts, nature, general sports,
Regal Lawn Service, Dearborn,
Mi. Openings for general land-
scaping and maintenance services.
Colorado Dept. Education: Open-
ing for Assistant for the Summer
Food Service Program for Children,
background in food/nutrition, die-
tetics, home econ., insti. manage-
Camp Tamarack, Mi. Coed: Will
interview Weds. Apr. 7, from 9 to
12, oenings include nurses, super-
visors, soc. workers, cooks, kitchen
Camp Sequoia, Mi. Coed. Will in-
terview Mon. Apr. 5, from 1 to 5,
openings western riding instr. and
riflery (m). Register.
Camp Metamora, Metro, G. S.
Camp. Will interview Thurs. Apr.
8 from 10 to 4:30, open waterfront,
arts/crafts, athletics, nature, drama,
dance, etc., register.
LANSING (UPI) - On advicea
from the attorney general,
State Police Director Georget
Halverson has refused tot
answer lawmakers' questionsd
about groups and individualst
. " , investigated by the defunct Redf
Halverson, in a strained meet-
ing Thursday with the Househ
Civil Rights Committee, flatly
refused to divulge the names1
of those probed by the Red
Squad because he said it would
violate citizens' right to privacy.
THE STATE POLICE head,t
who normally is a model of self-t
control, raised his voice in
anger at committee Chairman1
Perry Bullard when he de-
manded to know information
kept in the secret files. ,
"Mr. Chairman, I am not go-
ing to deal with these files,"
Halverson told the Ann Arbor
He said Attorney General
e tFrank J. Kelley advised him
not to deal with specifics of
files kept over a 25-year period
on at least 50,000 suspected
AP Photo subversives.
KELLEY TOLD Halverson
exuberance, this young man that he could be held liable if
ructure of a geodesic dome. he talked about the files, since
Woman barred from!
school for pregnancy
HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (AP)-An lege's administration of her con-
unwed, 22-year-old student ex- dition. She was expelled six
pelled from the Florida Bible days later.
College after she became preg- Rastatter said the father-to-be
nant, is suing the college to also was a Florida Bible College
be allowed to complete her bib- student and Bwa eelleg
licl tuies sudntand was expelled.
Deborah Clayton, a candidate
for a four-year bachelor of arts
degree in Biblical education o&S
with a minor in theology, was M
six weeks away from gradua--
tion when she was expelled last --
"SHE EVEN OFFERED to M IEFR
marry the guy, to do anything INFC
they wanted, but they said she
had committed 'the ultimate sin'
and they wanted nothing to do TUESDAY
with her," said Clayton's law-
yer, Patrick Rastatter. THE MIMETROUPE dramatiz
Lee Stanford, president of the looks toward human liberation
nondenominational school found-
ed in 1962, said, "We consider INFORMATION FAIR topic a
it a private matter. When stu- traception, problem prcnanc,
dents come to Florida Bible disease, nutrition, natural chil
College they are given an ap- mation will include services av
plication and on the application versity and community offices
they agree to abide by our rules PENDLETON ROQ
IN HER SUIT, Clayton said Open to ALL
she went to the college infirm-
ary March 19 for treatment of and ... WORKSHOP
what she thought was influen- April 7
za. Information ovailab
After an examination, the in-
firmary doctor told her she was UM-IWY-
pregnant and notified the col-
also admitted that innocent "a disgrace and an outtage."
people could have been the Halverson said an internal
the 1950 law which authorized investigation currently under-1
their collection specified that way has revealed no indication
data could only be disseminated that the State Police passed1
to other law enforcement of- Red Squad information to per-!
ficials or state personnel of- sons other than law enforce-
ficials. ment officials.
Earlier testimony, however, He conceeded, however, that
has raised the specter that the it was "within the realm of
information may have been possibility" that leaks could
leaked to private businesses have taken place. Halverson
and universities. -
The Red Squad was ordered
disbanded and its files de-
stroyed when an Ingham Coun-
ty judge ruled them unconstitu-
tional invasions of privacy.
The committee is considering
legislation that would require
that persons be told if they
were the objects of investiga-
tions and be shown their files.
BULLARD CALLED Halver-'
son's refusal to discuss the files
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A FAMILY REUNION some people want to carry out,
SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (AP)- Edwards said.
Joe Peake is back, and he says
he had the most glorious time THE MICHIGAN DAILY
he's ever had in his life. Volume LXXXVI, No. 149
"I was treated like visiting Friday, April 2, 1976
royalty," said the 87-year-old is edited and managed by students
Welshman who recently re- at uhe. University of Michigan. News
phone 764-6562. Second class postage
turned from a reunion in Llan- paid at Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109.
dudno, North Wales, with his Published d a 11y Tuesday through
sister, Mary Peake, 90, whom lsunday morning during the Univer-
he hadn't seen in 69 years. I;ity year at 420 Maynard Street, Ann
h9years. IArbor. Michigan 48109. Subscription
Peake's sister lives in a nurs- rates: $12 Sept. thru April (2 semes-
ing home in Llandudno. ters); $13 by mail outside Ann
Mayos frm surouningArbor
Mayors from surrounding Summer session published Tues-
communities visited him and day through Saturday morning.
his sister, and he was called to Subscription rates: $6.50 in Ann
the Llandudno Town Hall where Arbor; $7.50 by mail outside Ann
he was presented with gifts. Arbor.
subjects of files by merely
attending a rally or signing a
Minority Republican mem-
bers of the committee came
to Halverson's defense.
Rep. F. Robert Edwards, R-
Flint, said the committee's
belabored question "is good
fodder for political public rela-
"I really get the feeling
there's some vendettas that
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How to f ly home in
the face of inflaton.
Flying home economically
is simple when you take off
on Allegheny. And take ad-
vantage of the big choice of
discount air travel plans.
The Liberty Fare.
You can go home and a lot
of other places besides, with
unlimited air travel at one,
low price. You get a choice of
plans, too. 7 days for $135,
14 days for $155, or 21 days
for $185. Good everywhere we
fly, except Canada. Advance
Group 4 to 9*%.
Groups of 4 to 9 saveup to
20% roundtrip between any
of our U.S. cities. Simply
make reservations and pur-
chase tickets 48 hours in
advance--and travel to-
gether. Our Group 10 Plan
saves larger groups up to
The Freedom Fare.
It's brand new, offering up
to 30% savings before June 1
and after September 15. Dur-
ing the summer season, the
discount is 20%. Freedom Fare
seating is limited on each
flight, so advance reserva-
tions and pre-purchase of
tickets are required. Good
everywhere, except Canada.
The Weekend Plan.
Take off as early as7 PM
Friday--return as late as
noon Monday and save up to
25% roundtrip between our
U.S. cities. Good anytime--
including holiday weekends
with advance reservations
and pre-purchase of tickets.
It's your move.
See your Travel Agent for
complete details on our dis-
count air travel plans. Or
call Allegheny. We'll show
you how-to fly in the face
Fares subject to change without notice.
*Effective April 1, 1976.