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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Times may
..-....~ fa e court
......By Zedia Ness Seiie
Fearful of prosecution against
i the New York Times for publish-
b 6 ing ars ad calliog for the im-
peachment of President Nixon,
the Ameriran .Civil Liberties
Union (ACtLU) charged that any
attemnpt seas muizzling free
Thse do ibte-page ad was placed
t two mouths ago by an anti-war
gronip in New York.
a The ACLU saiid that prosecu-
tun, including criminal sanc-
" tlions, sic reportedly being con-
s sidered under a variety of sec-
4 tions of the Federal Elections
SCode. The ACLU has called on
- s the government to clarify the
provisions of the elections act
stating that the act applies to
candidates and not to public
committees and newspapers.

Tuesday, August 15, 1972
HAIR STYLING
AS YOU LIKE IT!
NEW TRENDS FOR 1972
TRIMS--SHAGS
and RAZOR CUTS
Dascola Barbers
@ 611 E. University
* near Michigan Theatre
Dn you want menev, a draft
deferment, eadership and
msnagemens trainceg
se f-confidenee
If tour answer ay es, thes
ines 1/ hour of year time
to find out how you obtain
the obese hs ottendinq the
Army ROTC nrientatian at
Room 200 in North Hall at

Sweeping out the mud
Vickie Adams of Snyder, Texas sweeps out a Snyder business after Deep Creek over-
flowed its banks. Waters up to five feet hit some of the downtown sections.
PLEDGE MONEY, SUPPOR T
Some unions back Mc0 overn

We have the B~EST
REPAIRS and SERVICE
around-TRY US
SPORTS CAR SERVICE
OF ANN ARBOR, Inc.
4705 Wasktenaw
(neat to Ypsi-Ann deive int
T-W-F- 6; Mand Th 8-9

(Cantinsed team Page i)i
local representatives mere giv-
en a choice of the McGsvers-
Shriver ticket, the Nixon-Agnew
I i c k e t, or no endorsement.
Speeches among delegates here
indicated strong McGovern sup-
port.
Woodcock said in all of the 11
meetings, over the past several
days, he attended eight and
only in one case did a delegate
call fur 'a Nixon-Agnew en-
dorsement. There were some
calls for neutrality, he added.
Sargent Shriver also solicited
labor support yesterday as he
formally launched his vice-pres-
idential campaign in Wheeling,
West Virginia yesterday with
charges that the Nixon adminis-
tration has ignored the nation's
working class.
Making a strong pitch for the
votes of this labor-oriented state,
Shriver said Presidenst has con-
sistently vetoed legislation that
would have benefited workers.
"The working man's wages are
frozen," Shriver told an airport
gathering in Wheeling, "but he
is still paying higher prices. At
theothrt end of thetscale, large
treatment."
Shriver, brother-in-law of the
late President John F. Kennedy,
said he wanted to begin his cam-
paign in West Virginia because
"it is symbolic that this is
where President Kennedy start-
The Republicans were also ac-
tive yesterday, building up to the

re-nomination of the Nixon-Ag-
new ticket.
Republicans are discusasing re-
forms similar to the 1972 Demo-
cratic quota rules for 1976, al-
though critics and supporters of
such action agreed that the GOP
should not impose quotas to en-
force broadeised representation
at its conventions.
Guy. Francis Sargent of Mas-
sachusetts, speaking for 14 Re-
publican governors, said he
wants reform to ensure that fu-
tore GOP convention delegations
mirror the population of the
states they represent.
."I'm not saying McGovernize
it," Sargent said. Hut he said
the party must act on reform

this year. "We must open up our
party, or watch it wither and
die," he said.
Without C. Cramer, chairman
of the Rules Committee, flatly
rttled out any sort of quota sys-
tern. "Republicans do not want
to he a quota party," he said.
McGovern spent the day meet-
ing with economists Walter Ilel-
ler and Charles Schultze, both
former advisers to President
Johnson. Heller and Schulte
advised McGovern on proposals
to boost the income of the poor
and increase the share of fed-
eral taxes paid by the wealthy.
aMeGovern leaves Washington
today for a campaign tour of
Ohio, Illinois, and Wisconsin.

CITY NOTICE
A public hearing on tne Hootha Newspapers, Inc. site
will be held by the Ann Arbor City Planning Commission
in the Counscil Chambers, City Hall, 150 North Fifth Avenue,
Ann Arbor on August 22, 1972 at 7:30 p.m. The property is
lutated on Research Park Drive and consists of .64 acres to
be developed as an addition to an existing building. A espy
of the site..will be disptayed in the First Floor lobby of City
Hall, Ann Arbor, Michigan for seven (7) days prior to the
public hearitsg.
Thio notice is to he published on August 15, 1972.
Authorized by
MICHAEL R. PROCHASKA
Planninge Director

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