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Family act
sparks
opposition
(Continued from Page 1)
has sparked the wrath of a large
coalition of civil libertarians, gay and
lesbian groups, as well as Democrats
and Republican moderates.
The Legal Services Corporation
would be denied the federal funding on
which it relies to fight divorce, abor-
tion, and homosexual rights cases in
court. Public agencies that provide con-
traceptives or abortion counseling to
minors would lose federal assistance
unless the agency notified the parents
of the minor.
At the same time, unconditional
educational block grants totalling $4.5
billion would be made available to state
governments that comply with the
provisions of the act.
FAMILIES WITH children in private
school would be allowed to set aside
$2,500 per child per year tax-free to pay
for the child's education. Tax breaks
also would be provided for adoption,
childbirth, and the care of elderly
relatives. And married couples would
be able to claim the same cost of living
deductions that single persons now en-
joy.
The act would make it unlawful for
any educational institution receiving
federal funds to prohibit the community
from making decisions concerning
religious education. It would also be
unlawful for those institutions to
require teachers to pay union dues or
fees as a condition of employment. It
would also be unlawful for these in-
stitutions to spend federal funds for
educational material that does not
"contribute to the American way of life
as it has been historically understood."
States would no longer have to
require teacher certification, school at-
tendance, or the integration of the sexes
in school activities.
THE CHILD Abuse Prevention and
e Treatment Act would be amended so
e that corporal punishment is not in-
t cluded in the definition of "child
e abuse." And state statutes on juvenile
d delinquency, child abuse, and spouse
abuse would take precedence over
e federal policies. XAV .

The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, November 4, 1981-Page 7
Bill of Rights (/5I
ArticlelI
The Right to Throttle a Bottle.I1
Longnecks Cheap!(
Every Monday Night.
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Article II;
You are Required to Register for the Draft
Good nime Charley Wants You!
Draft Board
Refills 500
Every Tuesday Night
The Wild Life Preservation Act of 1981.
'Save the Gators'
Your Gator Drinks for Free!
Gator Night
When Wearing an Aligator on a Piece of Clothing
You Get Two Drinks For the Price of One!
Every Wednesday Night

Daily Photo by BRIAN MASCK
Taking it easy
may help to ease many tensions as even, cats and dogs have signed a truce in order to enjoy

Unusually warm weather
the November sunshine.

Redford's wife thwarts burglars

From AP and UPI
NEW YORK- Actor Robert Redford's wife thwarted a
burglary attempt yesterday by two teenagers in the couple's
upper East Side apartment, police said.
The two burglars came through the bathroom window of
the Redford's spacious Fifth Avenue apartment early
yesterday as the actor, his wife and 9-year-old daughter
slhpt.
F am y Protect(
(Continued from Page 1)
BUT AN ANN ARBOR businessman country returned to
who was also listening to the rally the United States wo
disagreed. The United States, he its wars, to hae
argues, has traditionally drawn its threatened by weak
strength from a foundation of Biblical Iran, or continue to
principles. To rekindle the American roment
spirit, Americans should turn back to ployment.
God, and for this reason, he said he "having a gooh tim
supports the FPA.hai o i
"this country is a Christian nation, is "dow o i s knesl i
it not?" the man, who wished to remain But another Chri
'unidentified because he feared losing rally said she dou
business clients, asked. "The majrity priciples were a
of Americans are Christians." If the prnilswea

But the intruders roused Mrs. Redford by knocking over a
flowerpot and fled emptyhanded while she summoned help
police said.
Two 17-year old suspects were captured unarmed on the
roof and were charged with burglary. The were identified as
Pierre Palmer and Anthony Marquis.

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ould no la
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Act protested
e insisted, FPA. Doborah Douglass of the
onger lose Michigan Christian Fellowship said she
greatness does not support the proposed ac
is such as because she fears it might violate th
om unem- fundamental separation of church an
state.
have been But one rally speaker from the
time" and Revolutinary Socialist League
the nation dismissed the act altogether because
ice. she said, it was authored by religious
der at the extremists. "The Moral Majority
t Biblical needs religion to supress and divide
n for the us," she said.

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'French
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(Continued from Page 5)
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dangerous Sarah Woodruff, who enters
the life of and stimulates the animal in
Darwinist Charles Smithson. Yet these
performers share the director's con-
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There is clearly a lot of exceptional
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least as successfully as any filmmakers
could have; their work is always enter-
taining, despite its flaws.

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