THE MICHIGN DAILY
Saturday, June8, 19
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In the news this morning
BOSTON - The city that once made "ban-
iternational ned in Boston" a household phrase is zoning
MOSCOW - Soviet sources reported t h a t a district that will be the exclusive domain of
lery and Galina Panov, former stars of porno shops, sex film and girlie shows. The
ningrad's Kirov ballet who have been fight- two-block-long strip in downtown Boston will
for two years to leave the country, have be zoned as an "adult entertaining district"
en granted permission to emigrate to Is- by a planning agency that hopes this will keep
el. The husband and wife dancers were the sex business from spreading to other parts
ced out of the famed Leningrad troupe soon of the city. "We feel as if the whole matter of
er their applications for permission to emi- the obscenitysthing may be slightly snkof
ate were filed. proportion," said Ralph Memolo, a spokes-
*.man sum saio nuausni aool rms! Ait hnity
man for te toston Rteeveopmet ut or y.
KUALA LUMPUR - Two unidentified gun- The new district will be in a place called the
men killed Malaysia's top policeman, Tan Sri Combat Zone
Haji Abdul Rahman Bin Hashim, as he drove"
to work amid the capital's rush-hour traffic.1
Prime Minester Tun Abdul Razak blamed the L
shooting on "anti-national and extremist ele- The University and Local 547 of the Inter-
ments" and called on the nation to remain national Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE)
calm and united. The killing followed the reached tentative agreement yesterday on a
pattern of 12 previous police slayings blamed new labor contract. The IUOE membership -
by officials on communist terrorists. 37 employes in the University's heating facil-
ities in Ann Arbor, Willow Run and Dear-
born - will meet Tuesday night to vote on
WASHINGTON - Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger says the rate of Jewish emigration W eather
from the Soviet Union has dropped 25 per
cent as a probable result of pressure from Since our slow-moving cold front is still
the U.S. Congress to restrict trade with Mos- out there, coming toward us, we will have a
cow. Kissinger told the Senate Foreign Rela- chance of showers and thunderstorms into to-
tions Committee that about 35,000 Russian night. This will also result in a continuation of
Jews are leaving the Soviet Union yearly. But warm humid weather with mostly cloudy skies.
he said that figure was seriously-reduced last High temperatures today will be 78 to 83 with
month. lows tonight of 62 to 67.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXIV, No. 23-S
Saturday, June S, 1974
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Picketing in support of the
Gallo wine boycott led by the
local United Farmworkers Sup-
port Committee wss held last
night at the Village Corner. it
will not be held tonight, as re-
ported in yesterday's Daily. See
Page 3 for a report on yester-
Talented people of al kinds
are invited to sedition fo arts
in "Jtly Jbilee" a full-dress
pageant to be presented in con-
junction with this year' Ypsi-
lanti area Summer Festival.
Those interested in taking part
should attend a "Meet the Di-
rector" party at West Junior
High School, 1S . Mansfield
in Ypsilanti, at 2 p.n. tomr-
row to learn more about the
pageant and to begin auditio-
LONDON MP) - The coffin of
Irish martyr Michael Gaughan,
escorted by an Irish Republican
Army (IRA) honor guard, head-
ed for London yesterday and an
emotional farewell service.
Inquests found that Gaughan
died of pneumoni& after a 64-
day hunger strike, but his
family demanded a second au-
topsy after IRA sources charg-
ed his stomach had been in-
jured by force-feeding tech-
niques. No evidence to support
these charges has been report-
ed from the autopsies.
GAUGHAN, 24, was demand-
ing to be treated as a political
prisoner and asked for a trans-
fer from the Isle of Wight to a
prison in Northern Ireland. He
had been jailed for his part in
a robbery designed to raise
funds for the IRA.
Some 50 men wearing the
black berets of the IRA march-
ed in procession as Gaughan's
body was taken from the Isle
of Wight off southern England
and transported to London -
the first stop on its final trip
The coffin, made of Irish
wood, was draped with the
green, white and orange tricolor
flag of the Irish republic. The
same flag was used to cover
the last Irishman to fast to
death in an English prison -
Terence MacSwiney, the mayor
of Cork, who died in 1920.
June, July, Aug.
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"Major Dundee." (1965)
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"Mutiny on the Elsinore."
:3. 2 Movie
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"Man of the West." (-958)
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3:00 2 Divorce Court
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Daily Official Bulletin
Satida, June 8
Music School: carillon film, lec-
ture, tour, Aud. 4, MLB, 11i a.m.
'P.OO:Harld Watts speak on
"The Negative Ta Eperment: Im-
plicaiossftr Families," 91.7 M2,lr
TV Center: "Idelogyand Scolo-
gy," WWJ, ch. 4, noon.
WUOM: Rev. James Weishelpl,
"St. Thomas View of Plato and
Aristotle," 91.7 MHz, 1:15 p.m.
Monday, June 10
WUOM: John C. Sawhill, chief of
the new Federal Eery Adminis-
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recorded 66, 91.7 MHz, 10:05 n.m.
Carillon Concert: William De-
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