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Page 6-Wednesday, May 10,;1978-The Michigan Daily
Burial site for contaminated cows halted

LANSING (UPI)-The Michigan THE COMMITTEE fears that PBB
Supreme Court yesterday halted-at could seep from the buried cattle car-
least temporarily-the planned burial casses into the area's water supply.
of PBB-contaminated cows at a huge It went to the Supreme Court in an ef-
burial pit near Mio. fort to overturn a lower court decision
In a unanimous decision, the high giving the state the go-ahead to bury
court agreed to consider a request for the animals as soon as the burial site
an emergency appeal filed by the was ready.
Oscoda County PBB Action Committee. The restraining order prohibiting
fm CINEM 1M

Thursday, May 11

Friday, May 12

the burial of the cattle, however, is only
temporary and could be lifted within a
matter of days. According to a court
spokesman, the supreme court has
asked both sides to more fully argue
why it should or shouldbot grant a full-
blown appeal of the matter.
ITS DECISION granting the
restraining order and agreeing to look
further at the question-a halfway step
toward an appeal-came just 24 hours
after the 23-page brief was filed by the
PBB Action Committee.
Jim Olson, a Traverse City attorney
representing the committee, said he
was pleased with the high court's
decision.
"I'm elated that the court has
decided to look at this question," Olson
said. "It shows the sensitivity of the
Supreme Court to this kind of public in-
terest issue."
DESPITE YESTERDAY'S injun-
ction, committee President Nelson
Yoder said his group would continue its
11-day protest at the pit and at other
locations.
"We still feel incineration is the bet-
ter method of disposal," Yoder said.
A protest was scheduled for noon

today in Traverse City and Yoder said a
contingent of senior citizens and
veterans would travel to Lansing to
demonstrate.
PICKETING ALSO was expected to
continue along roads leading to and
from the huge, three acre pit.
The committee asked the Supreme
Court to hear the case because it claims
the grave will be a menace to public
health.
The high court said it granted the
restraining order to give it more time to
decide whether to begin the full appeals
process.
THE COURT OF APPEALS last
week refused to hear an appeak of the
matter.
The DNR, Gov. William Milliken and
Attorney General Frank Kelley have
appealed for order at the construction
site. They say the pit will not be dan-
ferous to the public because it is being
lined with 20-foot thick clay walls.
It was designed to accommodate the
bodies of 3,000 dead cows.
The DNR had tentatively planned to
begin burial of the tainted animals next
week.

ANNIE HALL
Director-WOODY ALLEN, 1977
Winner of four major Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Director,
and Actress-ANNIE HALL is the amusing but realistic depiction of the
nervous romance" between Woody Allen and Diane Keaton. A cohesive
plot of love, conflict, struggle, and resolution emerges in this sophisticated
comedy. Marshall McLuhan is a surprise spot. English with subtitles.
Thursday, May 11: 7:00, 8:40, 10:20-MLB 4
Fridjy, May 12: 7:00, 8:40, 10:20-Aud. A
Satur ay, May 13-Truffaut's BED & BOARD

School board alarmed
at teacher's habits

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP)-Three win-
dup alarm clocks, two clock radios and
two electric alarms-all set at
staggered times-aren't enough to
budge social studies teacher Tom Car-
penter from bed.
After teaching in Juneau 13 years,
Carpenter was fired last month for
being late to school 20 times in the past
year. But he's appealing his dismissal
on grounds he has a "sleeping dis-
order."
THE SCHOOL BOARD met until 3
a.m. one night last week to hear Car-
penter's appeal. A decision is expected
this week.
Carpenter says he has had the
problem all his life. When he was in
college, his roommates used to awaken
him with squirt guns.
But he says he didn't start coming to
work late until 1972, when he was divor-
ced.
HIS FORMER WIFE explained to the
school board in an affidavit: "We were
married for three years, and every day
of that time I would spend an hour and a
half trying to wake him up."
School officials say Carpenter has
The Ann Arbor Fl
presents at
Wednesday,
FRANTIC (ELEVATO
(Louis Malle, 1958)
An exciting, complex thriller. A man c
becomes implicated in another when, du
Malle's (LACOME, LUCIEN; MURMUR OF,
best. Music by Miles Davis. JEANNE MOF
with subtitles.
A VERY PRIV
(Louis Malle, 1962)
An early work by the diretor of the cont
VERY PRIVATE AFFAIR concerns the rise t
symbol, played by Brigitte Bardot. The filr
own life. "The only quality common to th.
intelligence one senses in them, and it mu
led him to try such different subjects
MarcelloMostroianni. - ,
' -~ Tomov'rowr 5corsemV

been late a total of 41 times since 1972,
and 20 times during the past year while
teaching at Marie Drake Junior High.
"I DON'T think tardiness to work is a
good thing," he said. But he added that
he doesn't think it has affected his
teaching performance. He said most of
the time he has been tardy he had
preparatory periods and was not late to
class.
But school Superintendent John Cof-
fee said school officials never were sure
if they should call a substitute
teacher-and, thus, the problem
became a burden to them.
Meanwhile, the Juneau Education
Association is helping Carpenter,
saying he has received "outstanding
evaluations" as a teacher.
AND CARPENTER maintains he is
puzzled about the whole thing:
"I've tried going to bed earlier, and
different hours. It doesn't seem to mat-
ter, going to bed early or going to bed
late or sleeping right at school.
Sometimes I wake up early and
sometimes late. There doesn't seem to
be a time when I wake up. It's strange."
w Cooperative
AUD. A
May 10
R TO THE SCAFFOLD)
7 only-AUD. A
ommits a "perfect" murder, then
rinq his escape, his elevator stalls.
THE HEART) first and some say his
REAU, MAURICE RONET. In French,
ATE AFFAIR
9 only-AUD. A
roversial new film PRETTY BABY. A
o fame of a French actress and sex
n closely parallels events in Bardot's
e films of Louis Malle is the restless
ust be this very restlessness that has
,and styles."-Pauline Koel, with
's A IS,

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