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Thursday, May 16, 1974

PageTwa HE ICHIAN AILYThusday Ma 16.197

In the news this morning

SGC to investigate
Newsreel finances

LISBON - Gen. Antonio de Spinola, head of
Portugal's military junta, was installed as
president yesterday and warned minorities
against interfering with plans for democracy
in Africa or at home. Be said the future of
Portuguese Africa, beset by revolt for 13
years, would have to be decided democratically
by those who live there. "They will have to be
left complete freedom of decision, and in Af-
rica, as here, we will prevent in every way
pressure from minorities, whoever they may
be, that could hinder the free development of
the democratic process," Spinola said. He did
not specify what minorities he meant. In Af-
rica, the whites are a minority.
CHICAGO - John'Butterbrodt, president of
Associated Milk Producers Inc. (AMPI), the
nation's largest dairy cooperative, said he met
with political advisers of President Nixon in
1972 and discussed government antitrust ac-
tion filed against the co-op. He also said that
he met with Secretary of Agriculture Earl
Butz and other unnamed politicians in at-
tempts to stop the antitrust suit. Butterbrodt
testified during the taking of a sworn deposi-
tion in connection with about 20 civil suits
filed by the government and private parties
in the milk matter. The dairy industry con-
tributed more than $700,000 to the 1972 Nixon
LOS ANGELES - "The Autobiography of
Miss Jane Pittman," a CBS movie about a
black woioan whose life began in slavery and
ended at the birth of the civil rights move-
ment, won four Emmys, including best actress
in a special, for Cicely Tyson. Hal Holbrook
was named best actor in a special program
for "Pueblo." Telly Savalas, of "Kojak," and
Michael Learned, of "The Waltons," won Em-
mys as best lead performers in a drama
series. Mary Tyler Moore, of "The M a r y
Tyler Moore Show," and Alan Alda, of
"M ASH," received Emmys as the best comedy
stars. The awards will be presented May 28
in a prime time ceremony to be telecast by
WASHINGTON - Unions representing about
750,000 telephone workers sought big pay hikes
in negotiations free from government wage
guidelines for the first time in nearly three
years. Representatives of the American Tele-
phone & Telegraph Co. met with bargaining
committees from the AFL-CIO Communications
Workers of America, the AFL-CIO Internation-
al Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and the-

Alliance of Independent Telephone Unions. The
outcome of negotiations will have a major
economic impact.
PHILADELPHIA - More violence was re-
ported in connection with the shutdown by
militant truckers seeking lower fuel prices and
higher speed limits. But authorities said the
strike action still wasn't having much effect
on traffic. Pennsylvania state police report-
ed 17 incidents of trucker violence, including
two sniper attacks. Shooting incidents also
were reported in Missouri near the Arkansas
border. No injuries were reported, and of-
ficials in most states said truck traffic was
either normal or nearly normal.
LANSING - Six state lawmakers charged
with drafting anti-obscenity legislation huddled
in a crowded storage room at Lansing City
Hall yesterday to view a confiscated porno-
graphic film. Along with several police offi-
cers and reporters, the representatives viewed
a 12-minute color film entitled "Horse Power"
which showed explicit acts of bestiality. The
film was confiscated by Lansing police from
an underground theater which was not licens-
ed to operate. Mayor Gerald Fraves noted that
the theater's failure to be licensed was the rea-
son for the film's confiscation, and that based
on the state's pornography law alone, no con-
fiscation could have been made.
DETROIT - Four gunmen rounded up 18
patients, students, and employes at a Univer-
sity of Detroit psychology clinic, forced them
to disrobe, herded them into a tiny room and
robbed them. One woman was dragged from
the room and raped. Police sent dozens of offi-
cers to the clinic, located in a low building one
block off campus, in a fruitless hunt for
the bandits. But police spokespersons said
the victims were so terrorized by their hour-
long ordeal that it was difficult for them to
give descriptions of the men. Officials of the
university, which has an enrollment of 9,000,
said they were sure the bandits were not stu-
Storm on the run. As another storm system
moves rapidly through our area within the
next 24 hours, we'll receive warm weather to-
day and cooler weather tomorrow. The storm
system which is causing this rapid change
will also produce showers and thundershowers,
most probably at night. Under mostly cloudy
skies we'll have maximum temperatures today
67 to 72 with minimums tonight 50 to 55.

Friends of Newsreel, a stu-
dent film group affiliated with
the New Morning media coop-
erative, is being investigated by
the Student Organizations Board
of Student Government Council
for alleged membership and fi-
nancial irregularities.
The Board has instructed
Newsreel to bring its present
membership roster and com-
plete financial records for the
past year to a special public
meeting to be held in the SGC
offices at 7:30 tonight.
kofsky, SGC member and
chairman of the board, "there
are indications in the way of
letters from distributors that
this group (Newsreel) may not
be complying with the require-
ment that it keep a good credit
Newsreel spokesman Glenn
Alford refused comment.
Other sources close to News-
reel, however, found it diffi-
cult to believe that the organi-
zation - which acknowledges
that it is in debt - could have
committed any gross accounting
Due to a proofreading error,
yesterday's Daily appeared to
report that President Nixon's
Watergate lawyer James St.
Clair told the HouseJudiciary
Committee Nixon had prior
knowledge of the Watergate
break-in. In fact, St. Clair re-
portedly told the committee that
evidence furnished by the White
House shows Nixon had no prior
knowledge of the crime.
A testmonial dinner for form-
er HRP City Council members
Nancy Wechsler and Jerry De-
Grieck will be held on Saturday
at 1910 Hill St., at 6 p.m. If you
want to go, send $5 per person
and the number of tickets you
desire to Wechsler/DeGrieck
Testimonial, c/o HRP, 516 E.
William, Ann Arbor 48108, or
just come to the dinner.
In the movies tonight, the
New World Film Co-op presents
Super Fly in MLB Aud. 3, 7 and
9 p.m.
Arbor, Michigan 48104. Subscription
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Nevertheless, a spokesman
for another film group called
Newsreel a "black mark" which
has created a bad public im-
age for all University movie
organizations. "Newsreel is get-
ting rid of themselves," he
6:00 2 4 7 11 13 News
9 Andy Griffith
20 Voyage to the Bottom of
the sea
24 ABC News-smith/
30 Your Future Is Now
5o Star Trek
5 International and
Domestic Cntliet
6:30 2 11 CBS News-Walter
4 13 NBC News--John
7 ABC News-Smith/
9 1 Dream at Jeannie
24 Dick Van Dyke
30 Lilias, Yoga and You
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 Rileman
24 Bowling for Dollars
30 Impressions
50 Mision: Impossile
56*Consumer Buy-Line
7:30 2 what's My Line?
4 You Asked for It
7 New Treasure Hunt
9- News-David Compon
11 Hollywood Squares
13 Truth or Consequences
20 Denny MLain-Variety
24 Let's Make a Deal
30 People
56 war and P-eace
:00 2 11 The Waltns
7 24 Chopper One
9 To Be Announced
30 Advocates
50 Hogan's Heroes
:30 7 24 Firehouse
20 Happy Though Married
10 Merv Griffin
9:00 2 11 Bachelors 4
4 13 Ironsides
7 24 RungFu
20 Wrestling
30 University Forum
56 war and Peace-Drama
9:30 5 To Be Announced
30 Theater inAmerica
"Ilogan's Goat,"
10:00 4 13 Music Country U.S.A.
7 24 Streets or San
20 seven Hundred Club
50 Perry Masns
10:309 5CBC Nesmagazine
56 Lenox Quartet: 1aydn's
opus 20
11:00 2 4 7 11 13 24 News
9 CBC News-Lloyd Robertson
50 Night Gallery
11:30 2 Movie
"The Challengers." 1970
4 1 3Johnny Carson
7 24 Dick Cavett
9 News
11 Movie
Dean Martin,.Lana Turner
"who's Got the Action?"
"They Drive by Night" (1940
Ann Sheridan,lumphrey
12:00 9 Movie
"A Blueprint for Murder"
20 waters Family
1:00 4 Tomorrow-Discussion
7 13 News
1:30 2 Movie
"who's Got the Action?"
11 News
Daily Official Bulletin
Thursday, May 16
Day Calendar
Geography: Changing world
views Symposia Series, "Geogra-
phic Analysis Understanding Spa-
tial Progress", League, 10 a.m.
Regents: Public Comments, Re-
gents' Rm. Admin. Bldg. 4 p.m.
Career Planning & Placement
3200 SAB, 764-7460
Job with the City of N.Y.: Hous-
ing Ass't, BA degree, work in the
administration of the pub. Hous-
ing Program. Applications available
at CP&P. Deadline for receiving ap-
plication /21/74. Test given on 5/
22/74. Ck with this office for ad-
ditional information.

Interviews on Campus, Tuesday,
June 4, 1974 - IBM (for Various
Locations) BS/MS: All disciplines
for Marketing & System Engineering
Trinees & BS/MS: Comp. Sci., Math,
Physics, Chem. or equivalent for
System Analysis & Programming.
Dec. '73, May '74 and Spring-Sum-
mer grads are encouraged to sign
-up for an interview at CP&P.

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