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Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, July 16, 1977
Bryant can't use slogan U.S. auditors caim arms

MIAMI ( ', - A federal judge U.S. District Judge William
granted temporary orders yes- Hoeveler granted a preliminary

terday barring Aita Bryant and
her anti-hum sexual organiza-
tion from further use of the
name "Save Ou Children."

injunction against Save Our
Children and ordered a full trial
in August. He also issued a 10-
day temporary restraining order

Carter shuffles staff

'ContIu,'rit e tna uI
into a new Cabinet-level Ener-
gy Department.
Despite the planned reduc-
tion of 242 Executive Office
positions, Director Bert Lance
of the Office of Management
and Budget said, "Nolfody will
lose their job"
LANCE ESTIMATED that
about one-third of the cuts
would involve transfers to other
governmental units while two-
thirds would be eliminated
through normal attrition.
A White Hosse "fact sheet"
Open Today and
every Saturday
8:30 am-5:15 pm
U-M stylists
at the
Union

said payroll savings would to-
tal $6 million a year.
Carter said he hoped Execu-
tive Office reorganization will
serve as "a model that can
be emulated as We move ag-
gressively now to reorganize"
the rest of the executive
branch, an effort expected to
be carried out during the next
four years.
BESIDES THE Domestic
Council, units to be eliminated
a<re the Office of Drug Abuse
Policy, Office of Telecom-
munications Policy, Council on
International Economic Policy,
Federal Property Council, En-
ergy Resources Council and
Economic Opportunity Council.
The President had acted ear-
lier to disband the Economic
Policy Board and the Foreign
Intelligence Advisory Board.
Lance said Carter rejected
recommendations that he also
scrap the Council on Wage and
Price Stability and the Council
on Environmental Quality.
Queen Elizabeth I1 succeeded
to the throne in 1952.

preventing Miss Bryant from us-
ing the name Save Our Children
for the title of a book she is
writing.
THE ORDERS were requested
by the Connecticut-based Save
The Children foundation, a 46-
year-old non-profit group which
solicits money for underprivi-
leged children.
The head of the organization,
David Guyer, testified that his
group's fund-raising efforts are
being hurt nationally by criti-
cism and publicity drawn by
Bryant's Save Our Children.
Bryant's group was formed to
lead the successful drive to re-
peal a Dade County ordinance
that prohiibted discrimination
against homosexuals in housing
and employment.
Bryant has also announced
that she is writing a book called
"Save Our Children," about the
campaign and against homosex-
uality in general.
ROBERT KEIM, head of the
National Advertising Council,
said in a deposition that when
two organizations have similar
names, "confusion results which
is detrimental to both organiza-
tions,"
Another witness, private in-
vestigator Tom Wolfe, said he
was- unable to serve process
papers on Bryant.
At one point, Wolfe said, he
couldn't get anyone to come to
the gate at her Miami Beach es-
tate. "I obtained the help of
the Miami Beach police depart-
ment and at the request of a
uniformed officer a female an-
swered the gate but refused to
identify herself and refused to
accept the papers which I at-
tempted to hand her," he said.
He said he then left the papers
in a mail chute.

WASHINGTON IA' - Congressional auditors said yestiday
that a pending $1.2-billion sale of a sophisticated air defense ss.-
tem to Iran cannot be justified by data supplied so far by the )e-
fense Department.
Eigteen senators opposed to the sale of seven E-3 Airhrne
Warning and Control System (AWACS) aircraft to Ira fled
resolution of disapproval and announced that the Senate sre
Relations Committee will hold hearings on the proposal Monday
IN ITS REPORT, the General Accounting Office said that
while the sale may be justified for reasons so far undisclsed by
the Pentagon, justifications now being offered are "inadequate"
"AWACS can enhance Iran's ability to conduct offensive mili
tary operations," the GAO report said. "Sales of systems with of
fensive capabilities are contrary to stated administrative poahcies
The GAO said it is also concerned that because of the coi -
plexity of the AWACS system Iran might not be able to mais.
tain or operate it. That, it said, "could possibly cause a strain
between the two nations and have a counterproductive eftect"
Sen. Thomas Eagleton, (D-Mo.), addressed the coacern it
turning over highly secret technology to a nation that shies
1,20Q-mile border with the Soviet Union.
"If the sale goes through, it is not inconceivable that AWAC
highly classified technology could be lost to a hostile goverameit
through espionage, sabotage or outright theft," Eagleton said
MSA "funding O'
(continued from Page 11 licly on June 20. Frank R hodes
THE REGENTS also approv- who presently holds the posi-
ed an increase in the Health tion, will be leaving to become
Service fee from six to 10 dol- the president of Cornell Uiive-
lars for winter fall and winter sity.
term of the 1977-78 school The Regents also announced
year. The University has been the University had formally ac-
pressured by the state legisla- cepted a total of $2,200,288 in
ture to make the health ser- gifts during the month of May.
vice self - supporting rather The total includedt $643,288
than subsidized. from individuals; $1,088,251
The appointment of professor from foundations; $75,522 from
Harold Shapiro as vice-presi- corporations; $221,857 from be-
dent for academic affairs, ef- quests; $54,185 deferred giving
fective August 1, was approved trust; and $117,139 from asso-
by the Regents. Shapiro's ap- ciations, organizations and
pointment was announced pub- others.

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