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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursdoy,July 17, 1975

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday,.JuIy VI, 1975

Daily Official Bulletin
Thursday, July 17
Day Calendar
WUOM: Rostropnvich, Russian
cellist, recently appointed head of
Nat'l Symphony Orchestra in Wash.
D.C., at Nat'l Press Club, 10 ant.
PendletonCtre.: "Open Hearth,"
Pendleton Ctr., 2nd fir., Union,
Regents Meeting: 1 pm; "com-
ments," 4 pm.
A-V Ctr.: Children's films, Aud.
3. MLB, 7 pum.
Michigan Rep '75: Sheridan's The
Rivals, Mendelssohn, 8 pm.
Music School: Jelinek-Gurt Duo,
Ploelsiam And., 8 pm.
Residential College Summer Thea-
tre: The Janitors, musical comedy,
E. Quad Aud., 8 pm.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXV. No. 43-S
Thursday, July 17, 1975
Is edited and managed by stud~nts
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FDA to open
examination
of aerosols
WASHINGTON (UPI) -The
Food anrd Drug Administration
yesterday opened an investiga-
tion into thousands of aerosol
spray products under its juris-
diction in preparation for pos-
sible crackdown should studies
show such sprays are harming
the earth's ozone layer.
Saying it had concluded the
matter warranted "immediate
consideration," the agency pub-
lished an order requiring all
drug products using fluorocar-
hon gases as propellants in the
sprays to submit detailed in-
gredient information.
IT ASKED for, but did not re-
quire, similar data from ccs-
metic and food products using
the same propellant,
If research now going on
shows that a significant reduc-
tion in the ozone layer is like-
ly to occur, the agency said;
then "it must consider regula-
tory action concerning s u c h
products that are subject to the
Federal Food, Drug and Cos-
metic Act."

Inthe news today . .
Nationa of 40 witnesses. U.S. District Court Judge Ben
Krentzman dismissed jurors for the day, in-
WASHINGTON - The Exxon- Corp. s a i d :icating that the government will begin its
yesterday it gave $46 - $51 million in secret rebuttal today as the 21-week-old trial entered
contributions to Italian political parties for its final stages. 69 witnesses testified for the
nine years ending in early 1972. Archie Monroe, prosecution diuring a 14-week period.
Exxon controller, told Senate investigators the
"Italian situation was a unique aberratioiV" RALEIGH, N.C. - Attorneys for J o a n Lit-
in worldwide operations of the oil company. tie, a black woman accused of murdering a
'Exxon has run its business throughout the white jailer, unsuccessfully sought a mistrial
world on the principal of compliance not only yesterday when prosecutors rejected another
with local laws but with basic standards of black as a prospective juror. "I would like
honesty and candor," Monroe declared at a the record toshow that the state is again using
hearing before a subcommittee investigating the preemptory challenge (challenges f or
multinational corporations. Chairman Frank which no reason need be given) to exclude
Church (D-Idaho) said the disclosure of secret blacks," said lawyer Jerry Paul, "and I move
payments fits a pattern established in other for a mistrial." Judge Hamilton Hobgood, ac-
investigations. cused by Paul of favoring the prosecution, re-
jected the request. Little, who faces a possible
WASHINGTON - The Federal Trade Com- death sentence, has said the murdered jailer
mission yesterday accused the Kroger Co. - attempted to rape her.
the nation's third largest supermarket chain
- of advertising products its stores do not State
have in stock, and of charging consumers high- DETROIT - A federal judge from Ohio has
er prices than listed in its ads. The com- -creed to hear the bribery-conspiracy c a s e
pany, which operates 1,285 stores in 20 states, ainstthia tupremery- stice John
said the FTC's information was based so s Michigan Sureme Court .Justice Jobs
two-year-old survey involving many of its S arl.Rurinsosaic..natictCeurt
smaller stores, some of which have since cbs- Jidge Carl Robin of Cincinnati will be desig-
ed. The FTC said in its complaint that a "sig- nated later this week by the 6th Circuit Court
nificant number" of Kroger stores checked did of Appeals to handle the Swainson case. The
not have many of their advertised items avail- ,12 federal judges in Detroit earlier asked that
able. The commission's accusation of false, a visiting judge take over the trial because
sost of the local justices were associated with
SKroger may have to take the matter for a Swainson on a personal or professional basis.
hearing before an FTC administrative law
judge. Weather
e Today's weather should bring a much-wel-
TAMPA, Fla. - The defense rested its case come repeat of yesterday's warm, mostly sun-
yesterday in the bribery and conspiracy trial ny scene. High temperatures will be near 90,
of former Sen. Edward Gurney and three co- the lows at night will dip to the 60's. Winds
defendants, ending a month-long presentation will be from the south at about 15 mph.

For
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6:0a 2 4 7 11 13 News
9 Bewitched-Comedy Bw
20 It Takes a Thief-Adventure
24 ABC News-Smith/
Reasoner
30 Electric Company
50 Untouchables
56 Dig It
57 Sesame Street
6:30 4 11 Baseball
7 ABC News-Smith/
Reasoner
9 I Dream of Jeannie-
Comedy
13 NBC News-John
chancellor

24 Mod Squad-Crime Drama
30 The Toledo Zoo
56 Antiques
7:00 3 CBS Ness-Waiter
Cronkite
7 News
9 Beverly Hillillies H
13 What's My Line?
20 To Tell the Truth
30 56 Black Perspective on
the News
50Hogan's Heroes-Comedy
57 The Electric Company
7:30 2 13 Truth or Consequences
7 Let's Make a Deal
9 Room 222
20 Voyage to the Bottom of
the Sea-Adventure BW
24 Ohio Lottery Buckeye 300
30 Consumer Survival Kit
-Report
50 Hogan's Herses-Camedy
56 Evening Edition with
Martin Agronsky
57 Jean Shepherd's America
8:00 2 The Waltons
7 24 Barney Miller-Comedy
9 Funny Faem
13 Gladys Knight and the
Pips - Variety
35 56 Evening at Pops
50 Meev Giffin
57 Freling Good
0:30 7 24 Texas Wheelers-Comedy
S Ta Be Annaunced
20 Happy Though Married
57 Man Builds, Man Destroys
-Documentary
The effect of strip mining in

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CENTICORE BOOKSHOPS
& Goes All Out Offering Multitudinous Bargains at Street Fair Time 4)
These are just a few of the thousands and thousands of titles we will have
on sale at both our stores, July 16-July 19. EVERY SALE BOOK MARKED
t DOWN 50% TO 85%4
REG. NOW
Vincent Van Gogh 42.50 22.98
Dracula 7.95 3.98
Portraits of
i North American Indians 35.00 9.95'
Japan 14.95 9.98
Ben Shahn 45.00 29.98
04 1
For street fair only we are also featurinq the world famed model of the
ROLLS-ROYCE PHANTOM 11 SEDANCA COUPE, 1932 Q
Come See a Fully Constructed Model at Our Maynard St. Store
REDUCED FOR STREET FAIR FROM $200.00 to $169.95
Never before sold at this low price
CENTICORE B ORSHOPS
336 MAYNARD 1229 SOUTH UNIVERSITY
+ ^ 0L J41i i.,G7c &i"r4y y' f & & ,i".c!T & i &fCi , ' . a c "l -a & - pa ,.

different parts of the world
is seen in this program (Re-
peat)
9:110 2 11 Pilat-Comedy
4 13Movie-Crime DramnaBW
Nrw York City's Spanish laar-
iem is the setting for 'The
Young Savages"
7 24 Streets of San
Francisco
9 News
20 Wrestling
30 56 57 Space for Man?
-Report
Special: A scheduled two-hour
report recaps developments in
the Apollo-Soyuz mission
9:30 2 11 Pilot-Comedy
9 The Pallisers-Drama
50 Dinah!
i0:00 2 11 Pilot-Comedy
724 Harry O-Crime Drama
10:30 2 11 Pilot-Comedy
9 Spotlight--interview
11:10 2 4 7 11 13 24 News
9 CBC News--Lloyd Robertson
20Hapyk Iunters-Religion
30 Janak-Escreise
50 Dealer's Choice-Game
56 Jean Shepherd's America
57 Ta Be Annnsunced
11: f0 9 News
11:30 2 Movie-Adventure
413rJohnnysCarson
7 24 Wide World Special
It Movie-Drama
"The Jerusalem File"
50 Movie-Drama
"Hlo*d and Sand." (1941)
sa 57 ABC News-Smith/
Reasoner
Captioned for the hearing-
impaired
12:00 9 Midnight-Laurier La
Pierre
1:00 4 Tomorrow-Tom Snyder
A tour of Los Angeles in-
cludes a visit to a backgam-
mon club in Beverly Hills.
(Repeat 60 min.)
7 13 News
1:25 11 News
1:30 2 Movie-Drama -
"The Jerusalem File." For de-
tails, see 11:30 P. 3M. Ch. 3. ti
hr.,.55 umia.)
2:00 4 News
3.25 2 Mayberry R.F.D.
3:55 News
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