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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, May 15, 1979-Page 7
High Court upholds abortion law
WASHINGTON (AP)-The Supreme University of Chicago Medical School federal authorities-broad discretion to ban importation of written materials
Court, without a dissenting voice that Title 9 of the Civil Rights Act gives limit the privacy of persons held in jail that advocate illegal conduct.
refused to disturb a Massachusetts law all women that right, even though it awaiting trial. In the Massachusetts abortion case,
that denies financial aid for most doesn't specifically mention the in- * Agreed to decide whether the yesterday's action clears the way for
women on welfare who want abortions. dividual's right to sue. public has a right to see the results of state officials to cut off funding for ipost
A spokeswoman for the Washington- * Unanimously ruled in a case in- government-funded research into effec- abortions. Such a cutoff had been
based National Abortion Rights Action volving 300 acres of land owned by- the ts of anti-diabetes pills. blocked pending word from the justices.
League called the refusal Southeastern Pennsylvania Synod of * Ruled unanimously in a case in- The state law was modeled after the
"devastating." the Lutheran Church in America that volving a Ford Motor Co. plant in so called "Hyde amendment" first
"IT'S NOW CLEARER than ever that private owners of not-for-profit Chicago Heights, Ill., that prices at an passed by Congress in 1977. It denies
the pro-choice movement cannot facilities taken for public use are not employer's cafeteria and at in-plant federal funding for abortions except in
depend on the courts" but must seek entitled to the cost of providing sub- vending machines may be subject to cases of rapes, incest or "in those in-
help from Congress and state stitute facilities. union bargaining. stances where severe and long lasting
legislatures, Janet Beals said. * Agreed to decide whether a " Upheld, by a 7-2 vote, a law physical health damage to the mother
She said a number of abortion-fun- "legislative privilege" prohibits allowing U.S. Customs inspectors to would result if the pregnancy were
ding controversies over similar state federal prosecutors from inquiring into carried to term."
laws are pending in lower courts. state legislators' acts.
Returning to the bench after a two- The court will study, in the case of a
week recess, the justices released Tennessee legislator, a ruling that state T erro rist ba tta e k
scores of orders and decisions. In other lawmakers do enjoy a common law
matters, they took these actions: privilege, the equivalent of the bar to
" Ruled by a 6-3 vote that women who prosecution the Constitution provides
allege sex discrimination may sue members of Congress for their k l s t o I r e i
colleges receiving federal money. The legislative acts. By The AssociatedPress near a bus stop, went off shortly before
justices said in a test case from the a Over three vigorous dissents, gave A terrorist bomb ripped apart a 3 p.m. Many of the wounded were

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Chile refuses extradition
of secret police for trial
SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) - The head very well-mounted show."
of the Supreme Court here refused The three will remain in custody pen-
yesterday to grant the extradition of ding appeal, authorities said.
three former Chilean secret police of- IN WASHINGTON, E. Lawrence
ficials the United States wants to try for Barcella, one of the federal prosecutors
the 1976 murder in Washington of exiled in the Letelier case, called the decision
Socialist Orlando Letelier. "extremely disappointing" and said the
Court President Israeli Borquez, in a U.S. government plans to appeal.
brief announcement after meeting with Borquez, who followed the recom-
Gen. Juan Manuel Contreras and the mendation given last month by a
other two accused, said the evidence special court prosecutor, said he was
submitted by the U.S. Justice Depar- turning evidence over to Chilean
tment was not sufficient because it was military justice authorities for an in-
based on a "paid accusation." vestigation and possible trial here.
HE WAS REFERRING to the plea Under existing extradition accords,
bargain agreement made between U.S. this is permitted when extradition is
prosecutors and an American, Michael denied.
Townley, who formerly lived in Chile. Chile's legal system allows the head
He has confessed to leading the murder of the Supreme Court to act as both
mission and has given key prosecution judge and jury in extradition cases. But
testimony in Washington in exchange his decision is subject to automatic ap-
for alight sentence. peal to a panel of five associate
Contreras, accused in the United justices.
States with the other two of ordering the "The last word has not been said in
assassination, said he was happy with this case," said Alfredo Etcheberry,
the "professional justice" of the ruling. the Chilean lawyer who represents the
He called the entire proceedings "a United States in the matter.
Dole announces bid
for GOP nomination
RUSSELL, Kan. (AP)-Sen. Bob waved American flags and applauded,
Dole, announcing his bid for the 1980 a small group of farmers gathered on
GOP presidential nomination, returned tractors across the street to protest
yesterday to the central Kansas town Dole's handling of farm issues.
where he was born "because the Since he became a presidential can-
strength I need for the undertaking didate, "he hasn't got time for
before me is here." agriculture any more," said Leonard
Dole told a cheering crowd outside Staudinger, one of the farmers.
City Hall that he would "only promise DOLE SAID the major problem con-
the possible" and he urged Americans fronting Americans was that gover-
to "believe in themselves again." More nment has taken away the need and op-
than half the town's 6,000 residents portunity for them to act as individuals.
were on hand for the announcement. In a news conference following his
THE KANSAS Republican later told announcement, Dole predicted he has a
reporters that his image would be far "good chance" of winning the New
different than the gut-fighting role that Hampshire primary, but said he could
was his as President Gerald Ford's not judge how other GOP candidates
running mate. would fare.
"We're not going to mow down my Dole predicted that President Carter
Opponents,"the said. "We're going to would be the Democratic candidate and
try to speak out on the issues." that Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.)
"I will neither attack my opponents "would probably not be a candidate
in the Republican Party, nor the in- unless it was necessary to stop a
cunbent president," said Do le. , , California Gov. -Jerry - Brown- can-'
ALTHOUGH MOST of the crowd didacy.

sidewalk marketplace yesterday in the
northern Israeli resort town of
Tiberias, killing two young boys and
wounding 32 other persons. The latest
attack threatened to spark a new round
of Israeli reprisal raids which have left
80 Lebanese and Palestinians dead sin-
ce April 22.
Yasser Arafat's Palestine Liberation
Organization (PLO) claimed respon-
sibility for the midafternoon bombing
that shattered the festive atmosphere
in the popular vacation town on the Sea
of Galilee. It was jammed with tourists
who had arrived for a holiday that
began yesterday.
THE DEATHS brought the number of
Israelis killed in terrorist attacks this
year to 15. Authorities said eight of the
wounded were in serious condition.
Police reported the bomb, placed in a
sidewalk trash can at a marketplace

slashed by flying glass.
In Qatar, a top aide to Arafat
repeated the PLO vow to attack
American targets. Salah Khalaf told a
news conference, "American interests
in the Middle East and elsewhere in the
world are well known to us, and we will
hit them because we realize the enor-
mity of the animosity that the
Americans harbor for us Palestinians."
The blast in Tiberias also coincided
with a warning by Arafat that Israel
would start a war against Lebanon and
Syria now that the Israeli-Egyptian
peace treaty had secured Israel's
southern border.
"We expect now a preemptive war -
as Israel puts it so nicely - on Israel's
northern and eastern front," Arafat
said in an interview published yester-
day by the Zurich newspaper Tages An-
zeiger.

SERIES OFIECURES
A DEMONSTRATIONS
on
i ModernIdnsa
Thentre andetin
Teteia A i'y IKRANAGARA
Noted Balinese Playwright, Actor, and Poet
LECTURE DEMONSTRATION I:
"Rimba Tiwikrama" (The Great Anger of the Forest), film of
a new wayang drama by Ikrono gara-a strong cry against
the destruction of Indonesia's forests. With 'introduction
and dicusssion.
TUESDAY, MAY 15
LECTURE DEMONSTRATION 1I:
A Workshop for Experimental Theatre: Eastern Approach,
based on Yogapranayama, and ending in a One Man
Performance in Mask by Ikranagara.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 16
LECTURE DEMONSTRATION III:
The Development of Indonesian Contemporary Theatre, a
discussion of the ways traditional drama is influencing
modern drama.
THURSDAY, MAY 17
All lecture-demenstftiens will be be/din
Room 200 Lane AW
BeginningF st8- HAP.M.
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