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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, August 6 1975

-Musical

In the news today...

#Internationa l
LISBON, Portugal - Anti-Communist mobs
attacked and burned Communist holdings in
northern Portugal for .the third straight day
yesterday. Foreign journalists at the scene
reported hundreds of civilians, incensed by the
forced leftward march of the Portuguese re-
volution and by the shooting deaths of two
moderates, rampaged through the town of
Famalicao smashing, sacking, and shouting
"Death to Communists." Violence in the
north had tapered for a short time on Monday
after a weekend which left two moderates
dead, two injured, and two Communist head-
quarters smashed. But the tension remained
high as word came out that the dead were
shot by Portuguese troops trying to keep order.
Portugal's Communists, meanwhile, rallied be-
hind Premier Vasco Goncalves amid reports
he might resign.
HEMEL HEMPSTEAD, England - A "fe-
male" effigy of the legendary Loch Ness mon-
ster, complete with flashing green eyes and
long, curly eyelashes, set out for Scotland yes-
terday to sound a "mating call" on the murky
lake. The "mate-a-monster" project was con-
ceived by the firemen of Hertsfordshire and is
less in the interests of science than in rais-
ing money for their benevolent fund. It took
them six months to build the paper-mache ef-
figy around a framework of wood and wire that
floats on a raft of oil drums. The firemen
joked that the "world's oldest trick" might
lure the monster from the Loch Ness depths
after the failure of minisubmarines, sophis-
ficated sonar gear, and underwater cameras.
National
TAMPA Florida - Jurors. under orders to

charges was impossible. Gurney is charged
with conspiring to raise an illegal $223,000 slush
fund from Florida builders by promising pre-
ferential government treatment.
BOSTON - The Massachusetts Supreme
Court ordered yesterday that Alger Hiss be
reinstated to practice law in Massachusetts.
Hiss, 69, was disbarred in 1952, two years after
his conviction for perjury before a grand jury
investigating espionage. The court said it did
not consider whether Hiss was guilty or inno-
cent of the crime for which he was :convicted.
Whittaker Chambers, then a senior editor of
Time magazine, and an admitted coarier for
Russian agents, said Hiss passed him secret
documents when Hiss was a top State Depart-
ment official. In a book he wrote in 1975, Hiss
said he was a victim of public hysteria, fake
evidence, and false testimony.
NEW YORK - Nursing home operator
Bernard Bergman, under investigation by a
state commission that has called Vice Presi-
dent Nelson Rockefeller to testify before it
later this month, was charged yesterday with
more than $1.1 million in Medicaid fraud. Fed-
eral and state probers earlier this year heard
testimony that indicated Bergman wielded in-
fluence in the governor's office when Rocke-
feller held that position and later under form-
er Gov. Molcolm Wilson. Bergman's com-
pany, National Hospital and Institutional
Builders Corp., operates several nursing homes
in the New York area, through which alleged
frauds and thefts were carried out between
1971 and 1974. The indictment includes $900,-
000 worth of false billings and $180,000 worth
of phantom cleaning services provided by a
cleaning firm called Sani-Interiors, w h i c h
Bergman owned.

TV
tonight
t60 2 4 7 11 13 News
9 Bewitched-Comedy BW
20 It Takes a Thief-
Adventure
24 ABc News-Smith/
Reasoner
30 Electric Comp~any
50 Sntohables 3W
56 world Press
57 Sesame Street
6:34 4 13 NBC News--John
Chanceler
SABC News--Smith/
Reasoner
9 5 Dream of Jeannie-
Comedy
11 CBS News-Walter
Cronkite
24 Partridge Family-
Comedy
30 Two way street
34 Book Beat
7:00 2 CBS News-Waiter
Cronkte
4 7 News
SBeverly Hilbillies BW
115Family Affar-Coniedy
13 What's My Line?
20 To Tell the Truth
24 Mod Squa-Crtme Drama
30 The Rasagnolis Table
-Cooking
50IBegan's Meroes--Comedy
aw
56 House Call
57 Electric Company
7:30 .13 Truth or Conseouences
4 New Candid Camera
7 51 Name That Tune-
Game
9News
20 Voyage to the Bottom ot
the Sea-Adventure
30 Book Beat
50 Hogan's Heroes-Comedy
56 Evening Edition with
Martin Agronsky
57 Lilias, Yoga and You
-Instruction
S:00 2 11 Tony Orlando and Dawn
-Variety
4 13 Little Bouse on the
Prairie-Drama
7 That's My Mama-Comesdy
9 CFL Football
24 Secret Agent 007%
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
volume LXXXV, No. 57-S
wednesday, August ,6 1975
is edited and managed by students
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-Musical
30 56 Feeling Good
50 Merv Griffin
57 Evening at Pops
8:30 7 24 Movie-Thriller
"The Stranger within"
20 Daniel Boone--
Adventure
30 Man Builds, Man
Destroys-Documentary
56 Ferril, Etc-Drama
9:00 2 11 Cannon
4 13 Zoo Gang-Adventure
30 56 57 Theater in America
9:30 2 0100 Club
5A Dina!
10:00 2 11 Monnin
7 24 Jim Stafford-Variety
10:30 9 Excuse My French
30 56 57 Caught in the Act
-Music
11:00 2 4 7 11 13 24 News
* CBC News-LInyd
Robertson
29 Chaismoa
30 Sanaki-Everctse
si 0beater's Choice-
56 Its your Toen
57 Lifnus, Yoga and YOU
-Instretioa
1;.20 9 News
11:3 1 oMevle-Crime Drama
4 13 Johnny Carson
7 24 wide world Special
5o Mvie-Musical
56 37 ABC News-Smih!/
Reasoner
1?:00 9 Movle-Drama
1:40 4 Tomorrow-Tom Snyder
7 13 News
1:25 2 Movie-Drama BW
11 News
2:00 4 News
2:55 2 News
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6
DAY CALENDAR
WUOM:Live Nat'l Town Meeting,
"How Does America Look to the
Rest of the world?" 10:30 a.m.
Int'l Ctr.: J. David Singer, Melvin
Small, John Shy, "Conventions in
Flux: The American Military Re-
sponse to viet Nam - Potentials for
Change," Lounge, Int'l Ctr., 3-5 p.m.
Bicycle Club: 20 mile ride, meet
Diag, 6 p.m.
A-v Ctr.: wildlife films, Aud. 3,
MLB, 7 p.m.
Women for Cultural Ctr.: Conf.
Rm., 3rd fir., Union, 8 p.m.
Michigan Rep '75: Canterbury
Tales, Mendelssohn, 8 p.m.
Music School: Musical Y o u t h
International Chorus, Hill And., 0
GENERAL NOTICES
Spring/Summer Hopwood Contest
entries due in Hopwood Rm., 1006
Angell by 4 p.m.

1n ir , L V1 ' J lV , Ul lU lD L
keep trying for unanimous verdicts on all0
charges, deliberated for a ninth day yesterday W tea
in an attempt to decide the fate of former her
Sen. Edward Gurney and three others. The Weather or not it matters to you, it will be
panel had reported that it reached some ver- mostly sunny today, with highs in the mid
dicts in the 24-week-old bribery conspiracy to upper 70's, and lows getting down into
case, and that unanimous agreement on all (that's right) the fifties.

MICHIGAN
REPERTORY'75
AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
THIS WEEK
CANTERBURY
TALES
August 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9
Mendelssohn Sox Office Hours
12:30 - 5:00 weekdays
12:30 - 5:00 and 6:00 - 8:00
on performance dons.
PHONE 763-1085
PEFORMANCE TIME-8:00
AUGUST 9 MATINEE--3:00
Tickets also available at Hudsons
Recommended for Mature Audiences

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