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Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Vltednesday, May 12, 1971

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, May 12, 1971

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Pollution plagues Tokyo
Continued from Page 8) ' Agency suppressed a report which
Controls on industrial wastes in demonstrated that the plant's ef-.
Japan are few. In the port of Fuji, fluents are lethal.
380 pulp and paper factories are The families of the Minamata
spewing untreated wastes and victims have engaged in demon-
sludge at such a rate that not only strations and sit-ins that h a v e
are the fish dying off but the har- captured the attention of the Jap-
bour continuously must be dred- anese public. Recently, in the ab-
ged. sence of government intervention,
Cadmium poisoning, which af- they began a drive to buy control
fects the liver and kidneys and of the offending company's stocks
painfully softens the bones ha in a final desperate attempt to end
claimed over 100 lives since i the poisoning.
symptoms were discovered in the Escalating public concern, and
early 1950's" But the government the opposition parties' goading
appears unconcerned. Although this winter finally forced Prime
last spring officials did move to Minister Sato to convene an ex-
quarantine some 300 acres of pas- traordinary session of the Diet to
ture land and rice paddies around legislate a dozen anti-pollution
the Nippon Mining Company's laws. Industry moved forcefully in-
zinc refinery, refining goes on un- to action, and the bills finally
abated. passed in December had been wat-
In the fishing town of Mina- ered down substantially from the
mata, mercury poisoning has killed original versions.
46 villagers and paralyzed or A major United States copper
blinded more than 70 during the company recently concluded an
past two decades - yet the Nip- agreement to shift its most pol-
pon Nitrogen Company continues luting operations to Japan, explic-
to discharge its mercury wastes in-
to the bay. The government ras itly to avoid U.S. antipollution
mirrored the company's indiffer- laws.
ence. Japan's Economic Planning , Dispatch News servire International

Seale testimony draws

to, a close in
(Continued from Page 1)
"I'm not gonna be no martyr
for the party!" he shouted from
the witness stand. "I have made
up my mind. I am gonna tell the
truth."
Another key prosecution wit-
ness was a city policeman who
is now a New Haven County de-
tective, Nicholas Pastore. Pas-
tore described how he saw Seale
get out of a car on the night of
May 19, 1969 and walk into the
New Haven Panther headquar-
ters.
This point is crucial, for no
other witness - not even two
persons who were allegedly in-
side the building at the time -
have mentioned s u c h a visit.
Sams claims that this was the
night that Seale ordered Rack-
ley's execution.
Seale denied entering tne
building during the trial of .Pan-
ther Lonnie McLucas last sum-
mer. He contended that although
he did visit the headquarters
that night after giving a epeech
Fleming 4
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rawi'
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fiddle
guitar
... one of the
cleanest banjo
players and
most compelling
voices in the
folk mtL.sic
scene today."
N.Y. Times
with
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THURS.--
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PETERSM
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(ontinued from page 1)
itform the Iaculty of the ques-
tions which may be brought be-
fore them at some time in the
future," said McKeachie yester-
day. "The faculty must be pre-
sented with pros and cons in
order that they may think about
it seriously. I do not foresee any
immediate prospect for the fac-
ulty to unionize in the near fu-
ture, but it is definitely a pos-
sibility w h i c h must be con-
sidered."
Other attempts toward the
unionization of University em-
ployes has also been considered
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Ne w Haven
at Yale University, all he did
was sit on the front steps.
Seale is expected to take the
stand to refute prosecution tes-
timony later this week. Perhaps
a week thereafter, testimony
should conclude and the jury
will begin its deliberation.
The trial began on March 18.
but after six days of testimony
the trial was recessed fo' sev-
eral weeks while a sick jurcr re-
covered.
Another juror, a 67 year-old
black man, broke his leg and
was replaced by a black woman.
thus preserving the make-up of
five blacks and seven whites on
the jury.
Yesterday radical leadar Jer-
ry Rubin, Panther Minister of
Defense Huey Newton and Pan-
ther Chief of Staff Dave Hil-
liard were spotted among the
spectators in the courtroom, but
declined to answer newsmens'
questions regarding possible de-
monstrations in support of Seale
and Huggins.
addresses.
bargaining
in the recent past. In March of
this year, the University ap-
pealed the Michigan Employ-
ment Relations Commission's
I MERC) ruling that University
Hospital interns and residents
could form a union.
MERC, in its March 16 deci-
sion, ruled that "the fact that
these services are directly re-
lated to the professional goals of
the interns and residents does not
detract from the "employment
relationship defined in the 1-sw.
Recently the interns completed
their first step toward unionisa-
tion with the approval of an of-
ficial bargaining unit.
O Mr Mini's
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and the MOTHERS OF INVENTION
with LIVINGSTON TAYLOR and
BAMBU
Saturday, 29 May 191
8:30 P.M.
Oakland University Outdoor Pavillion
$5.00 General Admission
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Head West in Rochester & Birmingham
Marshall Music in Lansing
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