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Friday, August 2, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAIL's Friday, August 2, 1974

6:00 2 4 7 11 13 News
9 Andy (Griffith
20 Leave ItTo Beaver
24 ABC News-Smith/
30 Hodgepodge Lodge
50 Avengers
56 Antiques
57 Sesame Street
6:30 2 11 CBS News-
Walter Cronkite
4 13 NBC News--John
7 ABC News-Smith/
9 I Dream of Jeannie
20 Nanny and the Professor
24 Dick Van Dyke
30 Man Builds, Man Destroys
56 Book Beat
7:00 2 Truth or Consequences
4 News
7 To Tell the Truth
9 Beverly hillbillies
11 To Tell the Truth
13 What's My Line?
-20 Rifleman
24 Dealers Choice
30 56 Aviation Weather
50 Untouchables
57 Electric Company
7:30 2 What's My Line?
4 Hollywood Squares
7 Secrets of the Deep
9 Bewitched
11 Wild, Wild World of
13 Truth or Consequences
20 Movie
"Spring Meeting"
(English, 1941)
24 Ozzie's Girls
30 Under the Dome
56 The Natucalists
57 Ohio This Week
8:00 2 11 Your Hit Parads
4 Sanford and Son

7 24 Six Million Dollar Man
9 Pig and Whistle
13 Ohio ligh School Footba"l
30 56 Washington Week in
50 Mcale's Navy
57 Washington Week in
8:30 2 11 Baseball
4 Brian Keith
9 Tommy Banks
30 56 Wall Street Week
50 Merv Griffin
57 To Be Announced
9:00 4 Movie
9 News
20 Good News
30 57 Masterpiece Theatre
:,6 Fanfare
9:30 7 24 Odd Couple
S Sports Scene
70 Seven Hundred CbS
10:00 7 24 Toma
9 Ronnie Prophet
70 international Performance
50 Perey Mason
56 It's Your Turn
57 Aviation Weather
10:30 56 It's Your Turn
57 Day At Night
11:00 2 4 7 11 13 24 News
9 CBC News-Lloyd Robertson
50 Night Gallery
11:20 5 News
11:30 2 Movie
"Madame." (French-Italian,
4 13 Johnny Carson
7 24 Wide World in Concert
11 Movie
"The Premature Burial" (1962)
20 Rlight On
50 Movie
"Wing and a Prayer" (1944)
12:00 5 Movie
"The Body Snateher."
1:00 4 13 Midnight Special
7 Don. .Kirshner's Rock
1:20 11 News
1:30 2 Movie
"The Lost Missile." (1958)
2:30 4 7 13 News
3:00 2 What's My Line?
3:30 2 News

Daily Official Bulletin
Friday, August 2
Day Calendar
WUOM: M. McCluhan, author,
The Medium is the Message & The
Gutenberg Galaxy, 91.7 MHz, 10:00
Hosp. Commission for Women:
W10410 Hospitai, noon.
Engineering: 'The Future of
T e c h n o 1 o g y Assessment'.
letcture - discussion, Aud., Chrysler
Ctr., 1 pm.
A-v Ctr.: "Citizen Kane", Aud.
3, MLB, 7, 0:15 pm.
.Musicoh.:11th Annual Trumpet
Workshop, Recital Hall, 1:00 pm.
BRASILIA UPI - Brazilian
sugar exports -for 1974 are ex-
pected to reach a level of 2.4
million tons, according to the
Sugar and Alcohol Institute.
The expected level of sugar ex-
ports will be drawn from the
expected total production of
seven million tons.
Volume LXXXIV, No. 54-S
Friday, August 2, 1974
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989 and 222
. . . are this week's winning
lottery numbers. The second
chance numbers are 992 and
525. The winning numbers in the
"Gortune Maker" bonus are
848 and 439. In the $1 gold tick-
et "Jackpot" drawing the win-
ning three digit number is 364,
the five digit number 47358 and
the six digit number 660763. Los-
ers in the jackpot drawing
should keep their tickets for a
loser's drawing on Sept. 19.
' 0
Lt. Gov. Ed Reinecke said yes-
terday he will resign his office
voluntarily when he is sentenc-
ed for perjury. He said nobody
will have to go to court to
force him out.
State Atty. Gen. Evelle
Younger ruled yesterday that
the lieutenant governor is auto-
matically removed from office
when he is sentenced.
Reinecke is scheduled for sen-
tencing Aug. 30 in a Washing-
ton, D.C., federal court for ly-
ing to the U.S. Senate Judiciary
"At the time the judgment is
entered, the office of lieutenant
governor automatically becomes
vacant," Younger said at a
news conference, releasing his
official opinion on what s t a t e
law requires. "An appeal would
not delay or stay such an ef-
Reinecke refused to meet with
reporters, but he issued a state-
ment saying he would abide by
Younger's ruling.
"The office of lieutenant gov-
ernor will never have to be va-
cated through legal action by
the state. I will voluntarily re-
sign prior to such° an action be-
log necessary," said Reinecke,
a defeated candidate for the
GOP gubernatorial nomination.

new study says that 41 per cent
of the drivers of 1974 model
cars have found ways to bypass
a system designed to force them
to buckle their seatbelts before
the car will start.
A separate study published in
the August issue of the Ameri-
can Journal of Public Health
concludes that the earlier buz-
zer-light system installed in
some 1972 model cars and all
1973 -cars to remind drivers so
use belts was "a public health
failure" because it did not sig-
nificantly increase use of the
safety precaution.
The studies were conducted
by the non-government Insur-
ance Institute for Highway
Safety, which also released a
previously undisclosed govern-
ment study showing that only 18
per cent of drivers in Puerto
Rico are wearing belts despite
a mandatory seat belt use law
The study on seat belt use in
1974 cars indicates that belt
use has increased among driv-
ers in big city areas since the
introduction of the so-called ig-
nition interlock system. A fed-
eral standard effective last Aug.
15 required a safety belt sys-
tem that allows the automobile
to start only if the safety belts
are properly fastened.
"In spite of the interlock sys=
tem, however, 41 per cent of
drivers in the 1974 vehicles
were not using any belts," said
the study by Leon S. Robertson,
a behavioral scientist with the
"Thus, they (the drivers) con-
tinue to be unprotected by re-
straint systems in low to mod-
erate speeds, as well as high
speed crashes.

Help Elect our First Congresswoman .. .
Mrn'j Lansing
It's not easy for women to go to Congress. Of 435 House members, 16 are women,
and four of the most experienced women are retiring this year. As a former New
England Coordinator for the Henry Wallace peace campaign, former Research In-
vestigator for the U.S. Senate Judiciary subcommittee, former Field Consultant for the
National Federation of Business and Professional Women, former Chairman of the
Eastern Michigan University Political Science Department, First President of the Ann
Arbor Democratic Women's Club, member of the Founding Committee of the UM
Center for the Continuing Education of Women, teacher of the first women's studies
course at EMU, nationally recognized authority on the politics of women, and former
Chairwoman of the Ann Arbor Township Committee and Washtenaw County Demo-
cratic Committee (the list goes on . . .) Marj Lansing is an unusually well qualified
candidate for Congress. Yet she is one of the few women in the country, and the only
woman in Michigan, with a good chance to go to Congress this year.
The impeachment of Nixon and the discrediting of his administration will provide
Congress with certain opportunities. Marj wants Congress to reassert its powers, par-
ticularly in control of the military. She will fight for an end to U.S. funding for the
continuing war in Southeast Asia, Congressional control of the Pentagon and the
C.I.A., drastic cuts in the military budget, and go to Saigon to help end American
complicity in political imprisonment and torture by the Thieu regime.
Marj has called Esch a "fair-weather friend of education." She has been ranked
"most qualified" by the Michigan Education Association, and received the EMU Student
Senate Excellent Teacher Award in 1972. She was narrowly defeated for UM Regent
in 1972. She supports federal programs to reduce or defer tuition and to improve the
quality of higher education. She would be a highly effective advocate for education
at all levels.
Students for Lansing

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Facs For Snate Committe,,Richmond Broons. Treas.,40 Manor, A.A. 48105

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