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Saturday, July 23, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Five I

Saturday, July 23, 1977 tHE MICHIGAN DAILY Page FIve

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Nurses appear at Fair
(Continued from Page ft 2600 signatures. Some of the
promoting its own social or po- more vocal supporters have in-
litical cause, including the GEO, cluded a petite Filipino nun yell-
the Libertarian P a r t y, ---and ing, "Support VA nurses-sign
Ozone House. But the Narciso- the petition!" Sister Josefina,
Perez Committee was drawing the nun, confided privately,
by far a much larger crowd. "I'm so embarrassed, I'm not
One w o r k e r manning the used to doing this."
booth, Mike Price, is not sur-' Nearby, the Feminists in Sup-
prised. "If I thought they (Nar- port of Narciso and Perez
ciso and Perez) were guilty, I (FSNP) have set up another
wouldn't be here," he said. booth. Their objectives, besides
"The major aspect of what we the signing of the ubiquitous
are trying to do is let the people petitions, include sales of a
know of the genuine actual in- brightly-colored t-shirt bearing
nocence of the two nurses." the legend, "Support the VA
"THERE IS a full schedule of nurses / Stop FBI frame - ups,"
volunteers to staff the booth, and the likenesses of the two
New offers of help come in nurses.
every day from Ann Arbor citi- Jayne Weideman, at the FSNP
zens. We have such a backlog booth, claims sales are going
of volunteers to call upon," well. "A few people have bought
Price said, adding, "It's not an more than one. We even re-
ethnic effort." ceived $25 for one t-shirt and
Narciso, who like Perez faces many people have given money
possible life imprisonment for without taking one." The shirts
her involvement in the murders, sell for $5 apiece.
is trying to remain calm. "I'm Besides wearing t-shirts, many
very grateful," she said, of the Narciso-Perez supporters sport
number of supporters who have blue ribbons on their clothing.
turned out to sign petitions The ribbons are folded half and
which call for a new trial on the pinned on in the shape of in-
basis that the original trial was verted Vs. "When the nurses
unfair. are found innocent the ribbons
When ques'ioned about the will be turned over to form an
possibility of the verdict being upright V," vowed Price.
overturned by J u d g e Philip Like-minded support groups
Pratt, the original presiding throughout the country will be
judge in the case, Narciso sponsoring rallies in the next
stated, "I'm very hopeful." few days in such diverse cities
SINCE THE Art Fair began, as Chicago, Los Angeles, New
the petitions have drawn some York, and Detroit.
Hav-a-munch con que
(Continued from Page 3 perience.
"Preaching ain't teaching or "HAPPINESS IS only ob-
reaching so sell it don't tell it," tained when I am -expressing
Hava said, my creative energy. I do it in
AND IF HAVA says sell it poetry. Poetry is therapy. That
don't tell it, he sells it through is the answer for me. Other
his charismatic appeal, poetry than that .
and most importantly his ac- Hava has developed a unique
tions. . eoutlook on life that demands
Recently after returning from we each be responsible for our-
the Milan fair .Hava found he selves and be sensitive to the
had an excess of submarine needs of others. It is only our-
sandwiches. selves who can save us.
"I didn't want to throw them "Anything you perceive you
away so we just ran around can achieve if you are dumb
Ann Arbor and we were giving enough to believe," he said.
the subs away. And we fed Then he illustrated his point
people last night (Thursday). in a poem.
They didn't have any money "I ONCE WAS a tadpole liv-
and they were from out of ing in a muddy fog, then one
town," he said. Jay I leaped out and became
WHEN THE BODY is fed the a frog! My world had been a
soul finds it easier to digest the shallow muddy hole, and the
optimistic messages which darkness covered up my love-
Hava recites with free-flow full soul/ What kept me there
spontinaety was my blind vanity, which
"If you read the poetry you finally took away all my san-
will find out we have a mes- ity/ Now I leap around without
sage to say. What we are try- any fear, and stay in tune so
ing to do is help others. We ; can hear/ The sound of love a
have a message," he says. cosmic power, which is unit-
Hava exudes the energy and ing the world with a loveful
zest for life of someone who shower."
has hit the pits and had to He says every person is god
climb out hand over hand from because we are all connected
the muck-sucking depths. Hava by a spiritual bond. We all
is an alcoholic and has seen have the power to direct our
both the good and the bad. He lives as we desire.
is eager to share his answer "You are life, man. You are
to what makes life a good ex- energy, spirit, life, love and
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Protesters take Blanket Hill;
disband without incident

(Continued from Page 3)
mained in the area for about 15
minutes. A spokesperson read a
statement, telling the campus
police that it was not the last
time they would occupy the
death site.
"We'll be back again and
again, and we'll bring more
people with us e a c h time.
There's no way you're going to
build a gym here," said the
spokesperson.
At a rally earlier in the day
t h e demonstrators demanded
that the University administra-
tion pick another campus loca-
tion for the site of the new
gymnasium, so-in the words of
one protester-"the conscience
of our nation will not be labo-
tomized by a bulldozer."
THEY ALSO demanded that
no classes be held on May 4 at
Kent State, in order to "com-
memorate the massacre," that
four buildings on the campus
should be named after the dead
students, and that "the Univer-
sity administration acknowledge
their culpability in the mas-
sacre."
More than 20 people spoke at
the rally, that began at noon
yesterday. Some of the speak-

ing the cause were sent from
the Mayor and City Council of
Madison, Wisconsin, and from a
professor at the University of
Paris, France.
ONE OF THE rally's organ-
izers, Gerald Lerner, said he,
had received "at least 40 tele-
grams in three hours," before
the rally.

One of the snettkers was Mark
Canfora, whose brother and sis-
ter were both injured by bullets
from the rifle of the national
-,rdsmnen. C"nfora s a i d the
entire Kent Stole scandal had
't-ght hin "an important les-
son in American justice, that I
couldn't have learned from any
book.

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billion people in the world and
they are all my friends. I just
haven't met them all yet." he
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