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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, June 7, 1975

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, June 7. 1975

In the news today,...

National
WASHINGTON - House Speaker Carl
Albert said late Thursday night that
several members of the House Select
Intelligence Committee have asked that
Rep. Lucien Nedzi (D-Mich.) be removed
as chairman. However, Albert contend-
ed after a closed meeting, no decis-
ion on the matter would be made until
next week. Among the members asking
for Nedzi's removal is Rep. J a m e s
Stanton (D-Ohio). Stanton questioned if
Nedzi "knew of illegal activities" by the
Central Intelligence Agency and did
nothing about them. The move to oust
Nedzei as chairman of the new com-
mittee came in the wake of a New
York Times story saying the CIA told
Nedzi of involvement in discussion of
assassination plots and spying on U.S.
antiwar activists and that Nedzi did
nothing about it. It is reported that a
majority of the seven Democrats on the
committee want Nedzi out.
OLYMPIA, Wash. - Former W h i t e
House plumbers chief Egil Krogh was
disbarred in a 7-2 decision by the State
Supreme Court yesterday for his role in
the burglary of the office of Daniel Ells-
berg's psychiatrist. Krogh had thrown
himself on the mercy of the court, con-
ceding that he deserved punishment, but
asking for a suspension instead of out-
right disbarment. However, the court
said it could not excuse Krogh's behavior
as that of a person "overawed by the
power and prestige of his superiors" or

as the acts of a man who was ignorant
of what he was doing.
ORLANDO, Fla. - Richard Linden
made a living for months by stealing
thousands of dollars worth of police
equipment and selling it at a cut rate to
central Florida law enforcement agen-
cies, authorities said yesterday. When
the embarrassed police finally caught up
with Linden, they said sirens, gunbelts,
handcuffs, guns, holsters, radios, and
uniforms were found stashed in his
apartment at Vero Beach t
WASHINGTON - The Senate agreed
yesterday to open the military service
academies to women. Appointment of
women to the military, naval and Air
Force academies would begin next June
under an amendment also adopted by
the House.
State
JACKSON - A hijacked helicopter fly-
ing low to evade radar swooped into the
yard of America's largest walled prison
yesterday and took off one minute later
with a prisoner. The escape was identical
to one several years ago in Mexico City
and the plot of a current Charles Bron-
son film, "Breakout." Prison guards
were too far away to fire at the heli-
copter as Dale Remling made a clean
getaway. The pilot of the helicopter was
hijacked by a knife-wielding man who

hired the craft for a trip to Lansing. The
hijacker and escaped prisoner forced a
landing 15 miles from the prison a n d
then fled in one or two cars.
!
Local
A Scio Township drive-in theater
which has been showing X-rated movies
for several years is under danger of be-
ing padlocked by county Prosecuting At-
torney William Delhey. Delhey s a i d,
"The explicit scenes in the type of mov-
ies shown" at the theater were seen by
members of his staff at both the drive-
in itself and neighboring roads. He filed
a civil suit to close the Scio Drive-in
and sell all personal property at public
auction. The motion contended, "It is
illegal to thrust questionable material at
a citizen," and Delhey added that the
motion was filed after several persons
complained of the impossibiilty of avoid-
ing the sight of the threater's screen
when driving past it.
Weather
The cloudy skies this morning, carry-
ing a 30 per cent chance of precipita-
tion, are expected to clear up late this
afternoon. Today's temperatures w ill
run into the upper 60's and then drop
down to the mid-40's by tonight. Winds
today will be from the West to North-
west at 10-20 miles per hour. Tomorrow
should be fair and cool with sunny skies
all day.

TV
toni[ght
8 00 2 11 All in the Faaliy
4 13 Emergency:
7 24 Kung Fu
9 Front Page Challenge
50 That Good Ole Nashvlle
Music
Tammy Wynette
56 aill Moyers' Journel: I-
ternational Report
1:30 2 11 The Jeffersons-Comedy
9 Billy Liar-Comedy
9:00 2 11 Mary Tyler MoOre
4 13 Movie--Comedy
"The World of Henry Orino"
7 24 Movie--Dralna
"The Molly Magulres.0
9 Barhara Frum--ntervM1W
30 In tke Beginning
50 Perry Mason BW
56 Thin Edge-Report
"'Se-rality: The Human leri-
eage"
57 End of the Ho Chi Minh
Trail - Discujssion
eeial: Reflections on tke
Vietnam War are offered by
two foreign newsmen and
hint Jim tehrer
9:30 2 1Rob Newhart
10:00 2 1. Carol Burnett
9 The World of Gilbert and
Sullivan
"The'Gondoliers."
50 Lou Gordon
56 Movie-Drama 1W
"To Joy"
10:30 30 57 One of a Kind-Music
Songs by veteran blues singer
Jimmv Witherspoon
11:00 2 4 11 13 News
9 CC News-Geomge Finltad
30 Janaki--Exercise
11:15 9 Provincial Affairs
11:20 9 A Look Back
11:30 Movie-Drama RW
"No Love for Johnnie-"
4 Weekend Report
Special: A dangerous sne-ies
of honeybee is examined
7 News
9 Movie-Thriller
"Island of Terror."
11 Movie-Comedy
"A Role in the Read"
13 Movie-Thriller
"The Curse of the Were-
wolf"
24 Cerebral Palsy Telethon
50 Movie-Thriller
"Inn of the Frightened
People"
11:45 7 ARC News-Van Amburg
12:00 7 Movie-Drama
"Sam Cade"
1:00 4 News
1:30 2 Movie-Thriller
"Giant from the Unknown"
2:00 7 Movie--Western
'Thunder in the Sun"
THE MICIIIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXV, No. 23-S
Saturday, June 7, 1975
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ATTENTION-Voters
in WARD 1, PCT. 2
Because of construction at South Quad,
your polling place has been moved from
South Quad to West Quad for the Annual
School Election, Monday, June 9, 1975
ONLY.

Daily Official Bulletin
Saturday, June 7
Day Calendar
WUOM: From the Midway-panel,
"A Look at the Elderly in the Fu-
ture: Part II," with Odin Andersen,
U. Chicago; Joyce Lashop, Director
Public Health Dpt., Ill.; Robt. Kahn,
U. Chicago; & Ronald Deismehl, Ex.
Director, Council for Jewish Eld-
erly, 10 am; Options on Education
-"Sex Education in Schools," 1
pm.
Social Work Conference: Asser-
tiveness Training for Women:

Learning Skills in Personal Effec-
tiveness, League, 9:30 am-4 pm.
Pianetarium: Audience - request-
ed topics, Exhibit Museum, 3 pm.
Career Planning and Placement
3200 SAB, 764-7460
Graphic Designers, Illustrators, &
Photographers, take note: Federal
government is hiring Immediately
persons with education and/or ex-
perience in these 3 areas. Applca-
lion deadline, June 20; contact CF
&P for details and for applications.
Sunday, June 8
Day Calendar
Bicycle Club: 40-60 mile ride,
meets at Diag, 9 am.
..wUOM: Future Worlds - Harold
Shane, Indiana U., "Social Deci-
sions Demanded by the Future," 1
pm.
Monday, June 9
.. WUOM: Historic first broadcast
live via satellite from BBC to NPR,
British House of Commons Parlia-
mentary session, "Question Time,"
comparable to US Press Conference,
with P. M. wilson on June 6th ref-
erendum re Britain's membership
in Common Market, 9:45 am.
Music School: Carillon Recital -
Janet Tebbel, carillonneur, Burton
Tower, 7-8 pm.

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