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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, August 3, 1974

In the news this morning

International
NAIROBI, Kenya-Uganda remained on a
war footing yesterday but President Idi Amin
instructed his troops not to move into neighbor-
ing Tanzania. Amin on Thursday accused
Tanzania of preparing to invade Uganda and
ordered about S,000 Ugandan troops to man
the 100-mile common frontier in preparation
for a possible pre-emptive strike into Tan-
zania. Tanzanian officials dismissed the
charges and Uganda radio said yesterday that
Amin had "instructed the Ugandan armed
forces not to move an inch into Tanzania."
National
WASHINGTON-The U.S. Court of Appeals
yesterday overturned the bribery conviction of
former U.S. Sen. Daniel Brewster of Mary-
land. Brewster, a Democrat, was convicted on
Feb. 2, 1973, of accepting more than $14,000
from a lobbyist for the mail order company
Spiegal Inc. to influence his vote on postal
rate legislation. The Appeals Court said U.S.

District Judge George Hart had erred in his
instructions to the jury. Brewster, who con-
tended he accepted only legal campaign gifts,
was sentenced to two to six years in prison and
fined $30,000.
CHICAGO-Thanks in part to the 55-mile-per-
hour speed limit on the nation's roads, 6,000
fewer persons were killed during the first half
of this year than in the same period in 1973,
the National Safety Council reported yesterday.
The council also said the death rate per miles
traveled dropped to its lowest level since it
began keeping statistics 51 years ago.
Weather
It looks like we're in for a wet weekend with
occasional thunder showers likely for today,
a high in the 70's and a low in the mid 50's.
Tomorrow will be mostly cloudy with a chance
of showers, a high in the mid 70's and a low.
in the mid 50's. Monday will be fair with a
high again in the mid 70's.

This year, we will spend $826 MILLION on
Welfare .. . and everyone says it's a mess
Welfare is the largest single item in the state budget
WOULDN'T YOU LIKE TO HAVE SOMEONE WHO
KNOWS WHAT SHE'S TALKING ABOUT
REPRESENTING YOU IN LANSING?
LIZ TAYLOR
" has a Master's degree in Social Work
o has worked in the welfare department
" chaired the Education and Social Services Committee
of the Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners
" has recently completed a study of this county's welfare
department which asked clients, not administrators,
what they thought.
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TV
tonight
12:00 2 11 Pebbles and ammH Bamm
4 13 Jetsons
7 24 Movie 'Lost in Space,"
9 Frank D Angells
50 Movie
"Hands of a Stranger."
57 Electric Company _
12:30 2 11 Fat Albert
4 13 Go
9 Sunday Best
54 Sesame Street -
57. Sesame Street
1:00 2 11 Children's
Film Festival
4 Lidsllte-Children
7 24 American Bandstand
13 Hogan's Heres
20 Batman
1:30 4 At the Zoo
Contry Canada
13 Putt Putt Glf
20 Batman
50 Movie
"King Bichard and the Cru-
saders." (954)
5057 Electric Company
2:00 2 4 13 Baseball Pre-Game
Show
7 Dating Game
9 Soccer
1 Wings tn Yugoslavia
20 Nanny nd the Professor
24 Limits of Man
56 57 Zoom-Chidren
2:15 2 11 Baseball
The Baltimore Orioles vs. the
Tigers
4 Baseball
2:30 7 Lnne Ranger
0 Burke's Law
24 Daniel Boone
56 Bayou City
57 Electric Company
3:00 7 Moyle
"The Outlaw's Daughter"
(54)
56 Evening at Pops -
57 Sesame Street
3:30 20 Movie
"Johnny OClock." (1947)
24 World of Survival
30 Sesame Street
4:00 9 Greatest Sports Legends
24 Fishi' Hole
0 Movie
"Two Flags West." (1950)
56 Folk Guitar
57 Man Builds, Man
Destroys
4:30 7 NFL Championship Games
9 Reach for the Top
24 Car and Track
30 56 57 Bicycle
Championship
5:00 2 1973 Lions' Highlights
4 Mr. Mago
7 24 Wide World of Sports
9 0 Wresting
H1 Hck Owens
13 Hogan's Heroes
5:30 2 osty's Trail
4 Sale of the Century
15Polie Surgeons
13 Untamed World
6:00 2 4 11 13 News
9 Tarzan
20 Movie -
"Cover Girl." (1944)
30 University Forum
50 Star Trek
56 57 What's the Big Idea?
6:30 4 13 NBC News
7 24 Reasoner Report
11 CBS News-Dan Rather
30 Boboquivari
7:00 2 CBS News-Dan Rather
4 George Pierrot
7 Town Meeting
9 Police Surgeon
I15Her tHaw
13 50 Lawrence Welk
24 Wrestling
30 You Owe It To Yourslt
50 Man Builds, Man
Destroys
57 Behind the Lines-Report
7:30 2 Wild, wild World of
Animals
4 Johnny Mann's stand Up
and Cheer
7 World of Survival -
9 Beverly Hillbillies
30 First Flickers
56 Masterpiece Theatre
0:00 2 11 All In the Family
4 13 Movie
"Honky Tonk."
7 24 Partridge Family
9 Myrna Lorrie Show
20 Movie
"Ghost of Dragstrip Hollow"
(1959)
30 Cassascolendas
50 That Good Ole Nashville
Music
57 Boboquivari
8:30 2 11 M*A*s*H
7 24 Movie
"Death Squad."
9 whiteoaks of Jalna
30 56 57 Hollywood Television
Theatre
50 Merv Griffin
9:00 2 11 Mary TylerMoore
9:30 2 11 Bob Newhart
4 13 Movie
-'The Girl n the Late,
Late Show."
S Bless This ose
20 Temple Baptist Church
30 56 57 Playhouse New

York on the '40s
10:00 2 11 Barnaby Jones
7 24 Owen Marshall
9 Inside Canada
20 Seven Hundred Club
50 Lou Gordon
10:30 9 In the Mood
11:00 2 4 7 11 13 News
9 CBC News-George Finstad
24 ABC News
11:15 7 ABC News
9 A Look Back
24 Don Kirshner's Rock
Concert
11:30 2 Movie
"Denver & Rio Grande."

Around A 2
The Washlenaw County Wel-
fare Rights organization will be
holding a rally at 5 p.m. today
at Island Park Drive to cele-
brate the reorganization of their
local chapter and kick off a util-
ities campaign. Evelyn Sims
will speak on the need to or-
ganize and train the aged, AF-
DC families and working poor
and their rights. Ella Braggs
will also speak on Ann Arbor's
low income health service. They
will also consider the problems
of crowding, sanitation and lack
of public transport in the city,
Local congressional and state
representative candidates will
also present their view points
and local folk artists will pro-
vide music between speeches.
The 5th Ann Arbor medieval
festival, a free outdoor fair fea-
turing 3 period plays, authenic
music and dance, and an arts
and crafts display, will perform
today at West Park at 11 a.m.
and at Burs Park at 3 p.m.
They will also perform tomor-
row at the Ark at 11 a.m. and
at the arb at 3 p.m. Jugglers,
strolling minstrels, colorful cos-
tumes, and refreshments will
be part of the festivities.
St. Phillip's Episcopal Church
in Beulah will be holding its
5th annual "Chrystal Lake
Creations" arts and crafts show
today. It will feature some 80
artists and craftsman and the
show will run from 10 a.m. to
5 p.m. Admission is free. Other
artists and craftsmen are in-
vited to exhibit their work.
There is no entrance fee and no
charge for space or use of dis-
play equipnss-nt, but the work
must be original.
The University of Michigan
Television Center will present
poet Donald Hall tomorrow at
noon on their program Poets
Talking.
Daily Official Bulletin
Saturday, August 3
nay Calendar
Outing Club: Huron Entryway,
Rackham, 1:30 pm.
Music Sch.: Alan Stanek, clarinet,
Recital Hal, 2:30 pm ;Ceon Cha-
pen, flute, 4:30 pm.
Summer Repertory Thtre.: "Five
Abreast Going Abroad," . Qad.
Anid., 0 pm.
Sunday, August 4
TV Ctr.: Poets Talking, Donald
Hall, WWJ TV, channel 4, noon.
Outing Club: Huron Entryway,
Rackham, 1:30 pm.
Music Sch.: Thomas Gouwens
organ, Hill Ad., 4:00 pm.; Mark
Matthias, double bass, Recital Hall,
8:00 pm.
Summer Repertory Thtre. Buch-
ner's "Woyzeck," E. Quad. Aud.,
:00 pm.
Monday, August 5
WUOM: Panel discussion, "The
Pecsnectives on Detente," Sen. Wm.
Fulbright & Prof. Hans J. Morgen-
thau, Soviet affairs expert, 91.5
Mr, 9:55 am.
SACUA: 4079 Ad. Bldg., 2 pm.
A-V Ctr.: Miss Goodall and the
Wild Dogs of Africa, Aud. 3, MLB,
7 pm.
Music Sch.: carillon recital, Bur-
ton Tower, 7-8 pm; John Lueck,
baritone, voice Doctoral, Recital
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
volume LXXXIV, No. 55-S
Saturday, August 3, 1974
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4 Johnny Carson
7 Movie

"The Pride and the Passion."
9 Movie
(1957)
"Welcome Stranger." (1947)
11 Movie
"Tower of London." (1963)
13 Movie
"The Dstructors." (1968)
50 Movie
"Not of This Earth" (1957)
1:00 4 Saturday Rock
130News
1:30 2 Movie
"The Monster That Challenged
the World." (1957)
7 Movie "Johanny Concho."

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