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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, June 21, 1975

In the ne
I nternationci
VIENTIANE, Laos - Three P a t h e t
Lao soldiers stood guard with rifles yes-
terday inside the gates of the residence
compound of U.S. Charge dAffaires
Christian Chapman. The Laotian Fore-
ign Ministry said they should not be
there and would be removed. The guards
in the capital did not enter the home of
Chapman, the senior U.S. diplomat in
Vientiane said, but they did prevent him
from coming or going. It was not im-
mediately clear why the soldiers had
taken up positions at the residence, but
there have been increasing anti-Amer-
ican incidents in Communist-dominated
Laos in the past six weeks.
,National
ATLANTA - The sleepy armadillo is
giving medical researchers new hope of
developing a vaccine to arm humans
against the dreaded disease of leprosy.
The little mammal, which looks like a
reptile with its scaly shell, is being
infested with leprosy bacillae in lab-
oratory experiments, and researchers
say the bacillae grow extremey well in
its body. Past efforts -at developing a
vaccine were abandoned because of the
very long incubation periodf the acil-
lae, but they were resumed last fall
by the World Health Organization. The
animals are being obtained from the
Southwestern United States where they
proliferate.
WASHINGTON - President Ford's
election committee came into legal exist-

WS today.
ence yesterday as farmer Republican Na-
tional Chairman Dean Burch register-
ed "The President Ford Committee" with
the Federal Election Commission. The
President announced Wednesday he had
chosen Army Secretary Howard "Bo"
Callaway to manage his 1976 campaign.
Burch registered the election commit-
tee because Callaway won't begin as
manager until some time next month.
"I'm convinced the President Ford Com-
mittee will conduct the most straight-up
campaign of any for an incumbent presi-
dent," Burch said after filing the state-
ment.
FORT LAUDERDALE - A federal
judge has struck down as unconstitution-
al two Florida laws forbidding pubhlca-
tion of criticism of a candidate on elec-
tion day and ordering newspapers to
make political advertising available at
the lowest rates. U.S. District J u d g e
Norman Roettger handed down the rul-
ing Wednesday in a suit by Gore News-
papers Co., publishers of the Fort Lau-
derdale News and Sun Sentinel. Roett-
ger's decision overturned a section of a
1973 state campaign financing law and
invalidated a 64 year old Florida L w
prohibiting distribution of political criti-
cism on election day.
O
Local
To kick off Gay Pride Week, local gay
activists are meeting with their cohorts
today in Detroit for a march and rally
down Woodward Ave. After the march
to promote "Gayness is Healthy," the
demonstrators plan to move their fes-

*.
tivities into high gear with a dance at
Cobo Hall. However, the week does not
>fficially start until tomorrow. Activities
later in the week include a demonstration
Friday protesting alleged police harass-
-ment of gay Detroit bars, and a boatride
to Bob-lo island Saturday.
A city police report on two unnamed
officers' actions during an incident last
month in which a rock group was al-
legedly brutalized "suggests that our
police were not involved in any kind of
abusive language or tactics," M a y o r
Albert Wheeler said yesterday. However,
Wheeler declined to release either t h e
names of the officers allegedly involved
or the report to the public. "We don't
want any nonsense out of our police of-
ficers, but we don't want to jeopardize
their legal rights either," said Wheel-
er. Blue Magic, the rock group, has filed
a $12 million lawsuit against officers in-
volved in the incident. Wheeler said he
will discuss the report with City Coun-
cil before making a decision on whether
to release it.
Weather
Today's weather forecast doesn't look
half bad. It will be mostly sunny through-
out the day, with highs in the mid 80's.
Tonight's lows will be in the upper 60's.
Tomorrow's weather could be a repeat
of earlier in the week as there is a
good chance of thunderstorms. The highs
will be a sweltering 90 with lows in the
60's.

TV
6:30 4 13 NBC News-Tom
Brokaw
11 CBS News-Dan Rather
30 Zoom-Children
56 Liberty Line
57 Rook Beat
7:10 2 CBS News-Dan Rather
4 Profiles in Black
7 Detroit--Discussion
9 Police Surgeon-Crime
Drama
11 Hee Haw
13 50 Lawrence Welk
24 Last or the Wild
30 57 World Press
56 Romantic Rebellion
7:30 2 $15,000 Pyramid
4 Ne Candid Camera
7 Treasure Hunt
9 Circus
24 Let's Make a Deal
56 Music Project Presents
0:00 2 11 All in the Family
4 13 Emergency!
7 24 Kung Fu
9 Front Page Challenge
20 Nanny and the Professor
30 57 Nova-science
50 That Good Ole Nashville
Music
6 Is the Bleginning
8:an 2 11 The Jetfersons-Comedc~y
9 Billy liar-Comedy
20 Public Policy Forums
9:0* 11 Mary TylerMor
4 13Maovie-Dramar
7 24 Coaches All-Amerlca
Football Game
9 Barbara Frum-Tneriew
30 Growing Up Female
-Documentary
Perr vMsonBW
56 57 A Matiter0ofJ stice
'}:30 2 11 Bob Newhart
20 Terple lTisl ('Ckseh
10:0 i 211 Moses the lawgiver
-Drama
9 Os the Evidence--Orama
20 700 Club
50 Lou Gordon
rMmovie-Comedy BW
smiles of a Slimmer Niglit."
(swedish 1955)
7Lev i"d hIe Law-
10:30 0 C's nDocumentary
11:in 2 11 News
9 CIC News-George
Finstad
30 Janaki-Exercise
57 One of a Kind-NMeie,4
11:15 9 A lank Back
11a30 2 Movie-Drama BW
"'Ike Black trchtid." (179 )
4 13 News
9 Movie-Thriller
"Corruption." (English;
1968)
11 Movie-Comedy
"What Price Glory?" (1952)
20 Right On-Music
50 Movie-Crime Drama
"oS 117-Double Age0t."
(French-Italian, 1968)
12:00 4 Johnny Carson
7 News
13 Movie-Crime Drama BW
'Information Received" (En-
glish, 1961)
24 ABC News-Van Amburg
12:15 7 ABC News-Van Amburg
24 Movie-Drama
"The Last Woman on
Earth." (1960)
12:30 7 Movie-Comedy
"'Tom Jones." (English,
1963)
1:30 2 Movie-Drama BW
"Shock." (1946)
4 11 News
1:45 13 News
3:00 2 News
3:11 7 Movie-Adventure
"The Secret of the Purple
Reef." (1960)

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Daily Official Bulletin
Saturday; ,June 21
Day Calendar
Bicycle Club: 40-60 mile ride, meet
Diag, 9 am.
WUOM: Summaries of hearings by
US Commission on Civil Rights in
Boston, 10 am; Options on Educa-
tion - "'What's Happening on
Campus: Innovation in Higher
Education," 1 m.
Planetarium: Audience - requested
topics, Exhibit Museum, 2, 3 pm.
Sunday, June 22
Day Calendar
Bicycle Club: 40-60 mile ride,
meet Diag, 9 am.
WUOM: Individual & Society in
the Ancient & Modern Novel - 31.
D. Cameron, "Petronius' Satiricon,"
12:50 pm.
Planetarium: Audience - requested
topics, Exhibit Museum, 2, 3 pm.
Monday, June 23
WUOM: Marvin Felheim, "The
Tradition of the New in America:
The Arts." 10:05 am.
Music School: Carillon recital,
Leen't Hart, carillonneur, Burton
Tower, 7-8 pm.

PETER SELLERS o-t.s
Sun. 5, 7 &9

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