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Page 2-Friday, February 15. 1980-The Michiaan Dail
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Daily Official Bulletin

THANO S Co.~~~ 51 .Wsig
welcomes you to
SU NDAY BRUNCH ES
with complimentary champagne
f rom 11:30 to 4:00
Also, we would like to introduce our new place to you with
-the same pizza recipe as Thano's Lam plighter.
From 4-11 on Sunday nights, our pizzas will be 1/ price
and there will also be special beer prices.
We wait to serve you starting Sunday, Feb. 3

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1980
Daily Calendar:
CsSEAS: Michael M. Cullinane, "Demographic
History: The Case of Ceby,"' Lane Commons, noon.
Physics/Astronomt: K. Davidson, U-Minnesota,
"55433 As A Prototype for Astrophysical Jets," 807
Dennison, 4 p.m.
General Notices:
An dmission Information Cliic Brownba luc
Clinic is especially for women who are thinking of
beginning or continuing their education. topics to be
nondegree admisionsroessing applcations an
findin help with individualn prom an qetos
Thompson Street, Ann Arbor.
CAREER PLANNING AND PLACEMENT
3200 sAB
On-Campus Interviews:
Camp Tamarack, Ortonville and Brighton, Mi. All
tyesofcap oitios.Sin-u -'- orinterviews
on February 21.
Camp eqo i, Adian, Mu. sCpunselors needed
western riding, archery and riflery, nature lore,
cook. Sign u'p now for interviews on February 21.

Camp Tanuga, Kalkaska, Mi. All types of camp
positions. Sign up beginning Tues., Feb. 19 for inter-
views on February 25.
Girl Scouts of Detroit (Camp Metamora ). All types
rf cam positions. Sign up beginning Tues., Feb. 19
Ingham County Parks, Mason, Mi. Needs lifeguar-
ds wih WSI or Advanced Lifesaving card.e Sinu
Camp Tamarack, Ortonville and Brighton, Mi. All
types of camp positions. Sign up beginning Tues.,
Feb. 19 for interviews on February 26.
Cedan Point, Sandusky, OH. All types of positions
inth osialiy od and rerain Indues
To sign up to see any of these organizations, come
toy 352 SABt and wekday or call 7647465 any week-
FEDERAL SUMMER JOBS
Announcement No. 414-Summer jobs with the
federal government in a variety of fields. Highly
competitive. Apply early. Come to 3200 SAB for
details and application materials. Porm ihy
competiie internships for graduate students and
very highly qualified upperclassmen. Includes
psitons in lie scie~ncs physical sciencs scal
ce, statistics, mathematics, engineering, urban
planning, etc. Come to 3200 SAB for details

Comtpiled from Associated Press and

WEDNESDA YS are BEER NIG HTS
COUSELNG ROUP FOR-:e
Counseling Services is offering a group for students
who want to explore the effects their parents' divorce
has had on -their own interpersonal relationships.
Such topics~ as security, trust, re jection, loneliness,
and cormmitment will be discussed.
Meeting time-:*
Mondays 2-4 p.m.
For more info. call 764-8312 or stop by 3100 Michigan Union

Smooth Grass
LIVE GLUEGRASS MUSIC

featuring:

WENDY SMIT H & BL UE VE LVE T
SA TURDA YNIGHT 9-1am

The Ann Arbor Film Cooperative Presents:
Friday, Saturday, Sunday, February 15, 16, 17
THE TENTH ANN ARBORt 8 mm FILM FESTIVAL - Schorling Auditorium,
School of Education.
8 mm filmmakers from all over the U.S. and the world will compete for over
$1000 in cash ond prizes given by an awards jury'for excellence in the crowin
feld of 8 mm. Friday shows aft7 and 9 P.M., and Saturday shows at 2,7 and
P.M. are all different. On Sunday at 7 and 9 P.M., the prize-winning films will
be screened. AJmission $1.00 per show. For more info, write Box 7592, Ann
ArborMissi or riday8.,Febraury 15
(Howard Hawks, 194I) BALL OF FIRE . 7:OO-MLB4
From Hollywood's golden age ot sound comedy comes this masterpiece of
madcap humor. As encyclopedia t (GAy tCOOPER), completing an0 entry on
Sugarpuss O'Shea (BARBARA STANWYCK). Before he knows it, he and his six
eccentric colleagues find themselved involved over their heads with a girl on
the ruh from notorious gangsters, Duke Pastrami and Joe Lilac. From the
director who destroyed your funny bone with Bringing Up Baby.
GE NTL EMEN PREFER BLONDES
(Howard Hawks, 1953) 9:OO-MLB 4
A zany comedy about two show business beauties on the prowl enroute to
Paris. MARILYN MONROE is well cast as the blonde bombshell who really
believes "diamonds are a girls' best friend." Monroe and JANE RUSSELL sing
many songs of the "bump and grind" variety, and there is a fine comedy
assist by CHARLES COBURN.
Tomorrow:THE TENTH ANN ARBOR 8 mm FILM FESTIV AL at Schorling Audi-
torium, School of Education. Also, Alfred Hitchcock's SHADOW OF A DOUBT
and SPELLBOUND at MLB.

$1 .00 cover charge
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665-644Restaurant &
Waterig hole

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COURSES - British and European studies are
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Visits to the theatre, museums, galleries,
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Kelley kills civil service plan
LANSING-Michigan Attorney General Frank Kelley shot down a civil
service plan yesterday whiCh would have increased accountability among top
state bureaucrats by eliminating automatic pay raises and relaxing job
security guarantees.
Kelley said the plan violates the state Constitution by improperly
delegating the state Civil Service Commission's pay-setting and other
powers.
State Personnel Director Richard Ross said he was disappointed by the
opinion but added that officials will rewrite the proposal to meet Kelley's
Youth on trial
fr armed robber
TYLERTOWN, Miss.-The armed robbery trial of Robert Earl May Jr,
who was senteniced tok 48 years in prison with no parole, drew toward a close
yesterday. The defense has portrayed the black youth as mildly retarded
and of good character.
May was arrested for holding up a fireworks stand on IDecember 26, 1978,
along with two other persons. May, who was 14 at the time of his arrest last
January, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to four consecutive 12-year
terms. State and national civil rights groups protested the severity of the
sentence, and called for the trial.
Brilab probe begins
NEW ORLEANS-Federal grand jury investigations began yesterday
in the government corruption inquiry known as Brilab, which deals with
suspected public and labor graft. Louisiana Governor Edwin Edwards was
the first to testify in the case in which an FBI agent posed as a
representative of the Prudential Insurance Co. The agent allegedly bought
$10,000 worth of tickets to a campaign fundraiser last November for
gubernatorial hopeful Louis Lambert, who lost the Republican primary to
David Treen.
In the Brilab operation, FBI agents allegedly paid bribes to officials and
others in Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas. The Louisiana
payoffs were allegedly made to try to win a public employees' health
insurance contract for the company identified as Prudential.
Ohio tofightfor VWplant
CLEVELAND- If Cleveland City Council President George Forbes
has his way, Volkswagen of America Inc. -will not build its second U.S.
assembly plant in Sterling Heights, Mich. as proposed, but rather in a
Forbes said yesterday he will go to Washington today to help the Ohio
congressional delegation map strategy to woo the German automaker to
locate in the Cleveland suburb of Brook Park.
45 indicted in FBI porn case
WASHINGTON-The Justice Departmente announced the indictment sof
45 persons yesterday following a two and one-half year FBI probe into the
pornography industry. The investigation, code-named Miporn, also yielded
indictments against 13 persons on film-pirating charges.
Those indicted in the pornography case included some of the biggest
producers and distributors of hard-core pornography in the $4 billion-a-year
industry, said FBI Director William Webster.
Miporn, which was started in 1977, consisted of. three phases, Webster
noted. Agents established cover roles with "criminal elements" dealing in
pornography, then identified and di4 business with pornography
distributors, he said. Finally, agents dealt directly with major figures in the
pornography industry.
Defendants in the alleged pornography scheme were charged with
conspiracy and interstate transportation of obscene material. One of the
nation's top three reputed organized crime figures in the pornography trade,
Michael "Mickey" Zaffarano of New York, dropped dead of an apparent
heart attack as the agents searched for him.
Justicestays ban o
Medicaid abortion funding
WASHINGTON-Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall yesterday
blocked a lower-court order that the federal government resume financing
abortions for the poor under the Medicaid system, in accordance with the
Hyde Amendment. On January 15, New York federal Judge John Dooling
ha=bredte=oermnt from denying states funds that could be used for
The Hyde Amendment barred the use of public funds for abortions for
the poor, but Dooling said the amendment was unconstitutional because it
infringed on a poor woman's right to liberty and her religious freedom to
choose an abortion. Marshall continued the stay on funding, to be considered
by the full court as early as today, when the stay will be continued or lifted.

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Friday, February 15, 1980
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