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THE MICIGAN DAILY

Saturday, June 1, 1974

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, June 1, 1974

In the news this morning

International
BANGKOK - Thai Premier Sanya Tham-
masck formed an interim cabinet yesterday
with the country's first all-civilian lineup in
nearly half a century. At the same time,
Thailand announced the United States will
remove more warplanes from the country. The
Thai government has been dominated by the
military for the past 42 years, but in Sanya's
new cabinet, even the defense ministry went
to a civilian. Sanya resigned May 22 but
agreed five days later to form a new govern-
ment. The Thai military said the U.S. will
withdraw 60 warplanes from Thailand in June.
0
National
NEW YORK-The end of price controls on
April 30 meant the beginning of another round
of increases in the family grocery bill, an
Associated Press marketbasket survey showed.
The marketbasket bill, which declined slightly
for two months, went up in most places during
May, putting the total 15 per cent above the
figure for March 1, 1973.
LOS ANGELES-Author Adelle Davis, health
food advocate and crusader for better nutri-
tion, died yesterday of cancer, her agent said.
She was 70. Davis was the author of four best-
selling books praising the value of natural

health foods and criticizing the typical diet of
Americans. In her best known book, "Let's
Eat Right to Keep Fit," she criticized the diet
of the average American. Davis described it
as excessively high in salt, loaded with re-
fined sugar and contaminated by pesticides,
growth hormones and preservatives.
a
Local
A proposal initiated by Washtenaw County
Sheriff Fred Postill suffered a setback yes-
terday when Circuit Court Judge Patrick Con-
lin issued a preliminary injunction prohibit-
ing the county from operating a halfway house
for jail inmates. Conlin's order forbade the
county to open the center in a residential
Ypsilanti neighborhood until an occupancy per-
mit is obtained or until the county shows that
it is immune from local zoning ordinances.
He ruled the county was in violation of zon-
ing requirements in frying to locate the center
in a residentially zoned area.
Weather
As cooler, drier air comes into our area
today behind yesterday's cold front, we will
have partly to mostly cloudy skies during the
afternoon. Tonight there will be a little clear-
ing but it will be cooler too. The high today
will be 68 to 73 with a low tonight of 45 to 5.

Around A
The University of Michigan
Artists and Craftsmen Guild
will be sponsoring an arts and
crafts fair at Briarwood Mall
today from 9:3 Oa.m. to 9:30
p.m. and tomorrow from noon
until 5 p.m.
Ars Musico baroque ensemble
will give a concert entitled "The
Art of the Harpsichords" Mon-
day at 8 p.m. at St. Clare's
Episcopal Church, 2309 Packard.
Tickets are available at Liberty
Music Shop and Hadcock Music
House.
The Lighthouse, a coffeehouse
run by Word of God, opens its
doors for the summer tonight
from 8 toi11:30 p.m.The Light- -
house, located at Washtenaw be-
tween Hill and South University,
will offer free music and enter-
tainment Friday and Saturday
nights all summer.
Calico Korner Day Kamp, a
camp for children of ages three
to five, holds an open house to-
morrow at the First Unitarian
Church, 1917 Washtenaw,svhich
is the program's home. A state
licensed program stressing cre-
ative arts, the camp will oper-
ate in two-week sessions begin-
ning June 17, from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. Monday through Fridsy.
All interested campers and
their parents are invited to the
open house.

n4etS'niversity
Aatne C aonsC coany TECHNICOLOR
NOW SHOWING--LIMITED ENGAGEMENT
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Man.-Tues.-Thurs.-Fri "B a r q a [ a Day," "Guest
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StSun. Wed, celled far this enquaement.
IF YOU VALUE YOUR
PRIVACY, WATCH FOR ae r
Shows at 1-3-5-7-9:05 p.m. Nigh"aneasseryn
Box Office open at 12:45
SINBAD BATTLES THE
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COLUMBIAPCTURESPresents ACHARLES .ScHnEERP
ADVENTURE
BEYOND BELIEF!t
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Miracle of
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hows at
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Swards!

Research doesn't affect
policy, study indicates
LAKE GEORGE, N.Y. - nual conference of the Ameri-
While the federal government can Association for Public Opin-
will spend $18 billion in the ion Research here yesterday,
coming year on scientific r e - Nathan Caplan, acting director
search and developmentl, rela- of ISR's Center for Research
tively little of the information on the Utilization of Scientific
gathered will have an impact Knowledge, said:
on the decisions of key policy "An extensive study of over
makers, according to a study by 200 government executives re-
the Institute for Social R e - veals that government officials
search (ISR). don't need to be sold on the use-
Paradoxically, the study not- fulness of scientific informa-
ed, top officials in the executive tion.
branch of government are eag- "In fact, they feel there is a
er to get all the policy-relevant 4pressing need to find more
new scientific information that effective means for incorporat-
they can. ing scientific knowledge i ni t o
IN A SPEECH before the an- eovrnmental adcisioni makin.

TV
tonight
6:30 4 13 NBC News-
Tom Brokaw
7 24 ReassuereRprt
1s nsCews-Dan Rather
30 June Wayne-tnterview
7 002 CBs News--Dan Rather
4 Gorg Perrot
7 Twns Meeting
9 Polic Surgeon
11B ee aw
13 5 Lawrence Wk
24Wesaling
30 Abortion:The Continuag
Decision
5 The G usterse
7:30 2 Wild,sldWrld -
Animas
4 American Life Styrs
7 Worhi of Sariva
9 Van Patrick Sports
M5 Masterpiece Theatre
8:00 2 1 ASlin the Fanily
4 13 Eergeney
7 24 Partridge Family
9 Applause, Applause
20 Telethon Continues
30 washington Connection
0 That Good Ole Nashvlloe
Music
8:30 2 11 M*A**H
7 24 Movie
"Live Again, Die Again," 1971
9 Collaborators
30 56 war and Peace
50 Merv Griffin
9:00 2 11Mary Tyler Moore
4 13 Movie
Climb an Angry Mountain,"
1972. Fes Parker
9:30 2 11 Bob Newhart
9 whiteoaks of Jaia
10:00 2 11 Carol Burnett
7 24 Owen Marshall
30 Lenox Quartet: Haydn's
Opus 20
50 Lou Gordon
5 Aortion: The Continuing
Decision
10:30 9 Singalong Jubilee
30 woman
1I:00 2 4 7 11 13 News
9 CBC News-George Finstad
20 Telethon Continues
24 ABC News
11:15 7 ABC News
9 Provincial Affairs
24 Don Kirshner's Rock
Concert
11:20 9 A Look Back
11:3023 Movie
"Contempt." (French 1963)
Brigitte Bardot
4 Johnny carson
7 Movie
"The Trap." (English 1966)
9 Tommy Banks
11 Movie
"The Thief." (1952)
13 Movie
"Jack London's Tales of Ad-
venture." (1954)
Lon chaney
50 Movie
'Blood Rose." (French, 1970)
12:00 5 Movie
"wil success spoil Rock
Hunter?" (1957)
Tony Randall, Jayne Mans
field
1:00 4 News
1:30 2 Movie
"Dead Men Walk." (1943)
7 Movie
124 Hours to Kill." (English
1965) Mickey Rooney
11 13 News
2:00 20 Telethon continues
Soupy sales is the host of the
Mental Setdation Telethon.
For details, see 5 p.m. Ch. 20.
(Live)
3:00 2 Divorce tourt
3:30 2 News
7 Collage-Religion
Daily Official Bulletin
Saturday, June 1
Day Calendar
WUOM: Peof. Lois W. Hofman
speaks on "mpiications of Mater-
nal Employment on the Chid," 91.7
M09z. :011 p.m.
sunday, June 2
wUOM: Ted Kachel, "Theology of
the Body," 91.7 MHz, 1:00 p.m..
also Concert of the week, 2:00 p.m.
Monday, June 3
wUOM: Pof. Art Green speaks
on "America & the Jews: Mysti-
cism, Radicalism & Ethncity-A
Re-reading for American Jewry,"
91.7 MHz, 9:55 a.m.
Carillon Coce"t: udsoa Ldd
nurso Tower, 7 p.m.
Career Planning & Placement
3200 SAB 764-7456
Peace Corps / vista recruiters will
be at CP&P, 3200 SAB, June 3
through 5, 1974, 9 AM to 4 PM. vol-
unteers are needed for programs at
home & abroad. Stop in or call
764-7456 for an appointment.
TBR MICHIGAN DAILY
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Saturday, June 1, 1974

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