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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, June 10, 1977

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, June 10, 1977

Anita's victory worries locals

Oil drilling in state
forests questioned

(Continued from Page 1)
Greene doesn't view the re-
peal as a symbolic end to gay
rights. "Life goes on, the sun
rises even if there are fools in
the world," he said, referring to
Bryant's action.
THE REPEAL of gay rights

in Dade county has heightened
people's concern, according to
leafley. "I personally hope this
will bring gay people together,
motivate them to get off their
feet and get organized," he said.
Other gays don't believe Bry-
ant's action will have an imme-
d'ae effect on them in Ann

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"There is a possibility that
Anita might roll into town but
that is in the far-off future. I
think she has California and
Washington as her next goals,"
said a Gay Advocate counselor.
But the consenus of those at
the G a y Community Center
shows definite concern and some
anger over Tuesday's results.
Many said they are glad it hap-
pened because it brings the gay
rights issue to the national level.
Others believe that many non-
gays disagree with Bryant's cru-
sade and will support their
cause.
Throughout the country gays
have demonstrated against the
Florida r e p e a 1, but Beafley
doubts that such action will be
staged in Ann Arbor.
"'ripe, three years ago I
doubt if anyone would have
taken the kind of action Anita
Bryant did," said City Council-
man Roger Bertoisa. Be indicat-
ed that the country may be
making a move to conservatism.
"I doubt the city council will
initiate any action unless there
is a great deal of citizen pres-
sure," he said.
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(Continued from Page 3)
Marty Hurwitz said the oil com-
panies want to participate in the
forum and present their argu-
ment. "(They believe) the en-
ergy crisis has come to a head,
and they feel they ought to go
ahead with the drilling," he ex-
plained.
Ted Rfister, attorney for Shell
Oil, said the company "is in
support of an orderly plan for
the efficient development of
hydrocarbon reserves in the
forest with adequate controls for
protection of the environment
and preservation of the forest
ecology."
UM'RCA members concede
the oil companies will attempt to
show they can develop the area
with little damage to the ecol-
ogy. But they cite the lack of an
impact statement directly ad-
dressing this problem.
UMPRCA is a group of Uni-
versity students who favor a
new approach to shaping public
recreational land use policy.
The group was founded on the
premise that the public must be
aware of the vulnerability of the
environment as well as the im-
pending energy crisis. UMPRCA
is calling for a complete de-
velopment plan for the state.
Tomorrow's forum will begin
with a 16-minute documentary
film made by University stu-
dents which presents an over-
view of the Pigeon River con-
troversy. Speakers will include
Prof. Wes Vivian of the Institute
for Public Policy Studies, local
environmentalist and consumer
advocate Mary Sinclair, DNR's

Donald Inman and Danal Kos-
trzewa of the indepedent Reef
Petroleum Corporation.
The final decision on explora-
tory drilling will be made by
the State Natural Resources
Council on Nov. 1, after the
DNR director makes his recom-
mendation.
H*igh .Court
rules statles
sales
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turing and selling contracep-
tives may be regulated in ways
that do not infringe protected
individual ' choices. And even
a burdensome regulation may
be validated by a sufficiently
compelling state interest."
In a dissenting opinion, Rehn-
quist said New York and other
states should be free to battle
the social problems caused by
teen-aged sex in ways they see
fit.
"THE MAJORITY of New
York's citizens are in effect
told however deeply they may
be concerned about the prob-
lem of promiscuous sex and
intercourse among unmarried
teenagers, they may not adopt
this means of dealing with it,"
he said.
"The court's denial of a pow-
er so fundamental to self-gov-
ernment must, in the long run,
prove to be but a temporary
departure from a wise and
heretofore settled course."

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