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Page 2-Sunday, March 7, 1982-The Michigan Daily
TUESDAY LUNCH DISCUSSION
MARCH 9-1t NOON
"WOMEN IN THE ARAB WORLD"
Speaker: YVONNE HADDAD, Ph.D. Dr: Haddad, currently on the
faculty of Duncan Black Macdonald Center, Hartford, Cpnn., is from Syria
and Lebanon.
At the INTERNATIONAL CENTER Lunch $1.00
603 1. Medison St. For additional information'
please call 662-5529
Co-sponsored by: The Ecumenical Campus Center, The International Center,
Church Women United in Ann Arbor.

'U' students help plan
space shuttle payload

IN BRIEF

Count Bill of Rights

Article II:
The Slice of Life Unification Act.
A Slice of
the Good
Life!

By AMY MOON
When NASA's Space Transportation
System 7 shuttle blasts into orbit next
year, it will carry two experimental
canisters designed by University
students.
Prof.sFred Bartman's Aerospace
Engineering" senior design course is
building its first shuttle payload-a
canister in which a camera
photographs the reactions to space of
experimental materials-for the shut-
te flight, scheduled for September
1983.
"STUDENTS- HAVE complete
responsibility for this project," said
senior Ron Chichester, the project's
design manager. He said the students in
the class work on all of its phases, from
publicity and fundraising to testing and
actual construction.
The project, christened UM SCORE
(Self-Contained Orbital Research Ex-
periment) when it was started by the
senior class of 1979, is part of a NASA
program initiated in 1977 to promote
scientific endeavors in space,
Chichester explained.
The NASA program-the Get-Away
Special-is the first to allow investors,
such as corporations or universities; to
-buy canister space for experiments

aboard the shuttle. The University paid
$5,000 for one area, according to
Chichester, and the Pullman company
donated the other to the Aerospace
Design class.
STUDENTS involved in the project.
during the 1979, 1980, and 1981 Winter
terms worked to determine what ex-
periments would be possible, and what
materials would be needed. This term,
the class is constructing a working
model of the first payload.
"I feel that this particular groupmhas
made a lot of progress," said Bartman.
"Basically, there is a wider variety of
capabilities. Many of these students
have good practical backgrounds that
will be helpful in the buildingprocess."
Bartman said that, although the
students expect to complete a working
model before the end of the term, work
on the payload will continue through the
fall.
BEYOND THE price of the cgnister
space, costs for UM SCORE-adding up
to from $30,000 to $40,000-include
materials, transportation to the launch
site, safety testing, and publicity.
The students raise most of their
money from sciencefoundationsand
private corporations, according to
senior Mike Champness, fundraising
chairman.

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City investigates claims
about candidate's residence

By STACY POWELL,-
A complaint filed recently with the
City Clerk's office charges that Jeffrey
Gallatin's Republican candidacy for a
First Ward City Council seat is illegal,
claiming that Gallatin does not live in
the ward.
Two anonymous callers told the clerk
that Gallatin lives in the Fifth Ward, an
office spokesperson said. The clerk
notified Mayor Louis Belcher, who in-
structed Police Chief William Corbett
to investigate the charge.
"THE complaint is under in-
vestigation," Corbett said. Because
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this type of investigation is complex, he
said, the truth "sometimes takes a long
time to ascertain." .
Gallatin denies the charges about his
residence. "They're crazy," he said.
"My legal residence is 427 N. Main.''
Gallatin said he is. trying to sell this
property, which he is leasing to a
chiropractor while keeping an apar-
tment in the building for himself.
The complaint to the City Clerk, ac-
cording to Gallatin, refers to his realty
office at 332 E. William not a residence.
The manager of the William St.
building said Gallatin's office is located
at that address, but that he does not live
there.
The clerk defines residency as the
place in which a person habitually eats,
sleeps, and keeps his personal
belongings.
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and
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Reading from their works
MON., MAR. 8-8 p.m.
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Compiled from Associated Press and
United Press International reports
Tax refunds up, filing slow
WASHINGTON- Income tax refunds are up, averaging $690.65 this year,
the Internal Revenue Service says, but returns are coming in slower than
last year even with stiffer penalties for those who fail to file.
Preliminary IRS data made public by two senators this week also shows
that the total of taxes Americans are avoiding jumped to an amount equal to
19.2 percent of all individual income taxes paid in 1981.
For the first time this year, taxpayers face a stiff 20 percent penalty for
non-payment, up from 12 percent last year. The threat was expected to speed
tax payments but instead the latest totals through the end of February are
down 4.6 percent.
But, IRS spokesman Wilson Fadely said, "There isn't any reason for
alarm at this point. It's still early."
Intruders gain aecess
to Air Force jet in Warsaw
WARSAW, Poland- Unidentified persons broke into the special U.S. Air
Force jet carrying the seven-man congressional delegation visiting Poland
while it was parked at a Warsaw airport, U.S. sources said yesterday.
The sources said the break-in at the Okecie airport was aiscovered when
the captain made a pre-flight check before the delegation's departure for the
southern city of Krakow.
The sources said they were primarily concerned that a bugging device
might have been planted in the converted Boeing-707 or that its sophisticated
communications equipment might have been tampered with.
Delegation leader Rep. David Obey (D-Wis.) was described by the sources
as "absolutely furious, absolutely livid," and they said he made a vigorous
protest to a Foreign Ministry official seeing the delegation off to Krakow.s
Guatemala to vote today
GUATEMALA CITY- Strife-torn Guatemala elects a new government
today, choosing a president among four candidates, all rightists;
The Central American nation's future may depend as much on how the
selection is made as on who wins. Gen. Fernando Romeo Lucas Garcia, the
outgoing president, has promised a "free, clean and pure" election and has
pledged to honor the results.
Guatemala has been governed by elected military presidents since 1970,
but recent elections have been tainted by allegations of fraud. Rightist
governments, often dominated by the military, have ruled since leftist
leaning President Jacobo Arbenz was ousted in a U.S.-backed coup in 1954.
Many leftists have claimed this year's elections will be rigged, and all left
and liberal parties declined to run presidential candidates..One center-left
party has candidates in some congressional and local races.
At stake in Sunday's elections are the presidency and vice presidency, 66
members of Congress, and state and municipal offices..
Five sentenced to death
for Sadat assassination
CAIRO, Egypt- The four Moslem fanatics who assassinated President
Anwar Sadat and a fifth man convicted of supplying the guns were sentenced
to death yesterday after a three-month trial.
A three-judge panel of the Supreme Military Court gave 17 other men sen-
tences ranging from five years to life and acquitted two-a blind Moslem
preacher and a teacher.
Neither the defendants nor their lawyers were present for the sentencing.
A guard said he could not bring the defendants because they would disrupt
the session.
The tribunal has 30 days in which to spell out reasons for the verdicts, '
which then go for ratification to President Hosni Mubarak, Sadat's vice
president and successor. If he lets the sentences stand, the defendants will
have 15 days to appeal to Mubarak's mere.
Sadat was assassinated while witnessi g a military parade on October 6
last year.
Vol. XCII No.122
Sunday, March 7, 1982
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