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Page 10-Wednesday, July 7, 1982-The Michigan D
MUzakand
rising costs
spell end of
road for
jukeboxes
LOS ANGELES (AP) - It was found
almost any place people gathered to eat
or drink - in soda shops and pizza
parlors, diners and truck stops. For a
nickel, then a dime, and now a quarter,
people could play if they wanted to pay.
Those days may be over. Beset by
rising costs, declining profits video
gamnes, and even Muzak, the coin-
operated music machine, or jukebox,
mhay soon be a distant melody.
"THERE JUST has been a tremen-
dous decline in the number of places
where jukeboxes were once located,"
says Leo Droste, executive vice
president of the Amusement and Music
Operators Association. A crowd of
Droste says that at the peak of the kicked off th
jukebox craze in the 1950s there were
700,000 in the United States. By the
early 1970s, the Chicago-based
association estimates there were K
450,000 boxes and 7,500 operators. In
1981, between 3,500 and 5,000 operators
were running 300,000 jukeboxes, the (Conti
association said. tence in Michig
So far this eyar, the Copyright actual prison ti
Royalty Tribunal - a federal agency only way Kelly
which collects royalties for song com- would be if th
posers and publishers - has issued mends commu
licenses for only 120,000 jukeboxes. personally com
Association officiais say some ADDRESSIN
operators may not have obtained licen- prejudice in t
ses for their boxes because of a higher said the defens
licensing fee that went into effect about nothing.'
earlier this year.
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Palestine In
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o"l 20 that PLO lead
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SYLVESTER STALLONE we received a t
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"Extremely WE R
funny.
-Vice Caby,
NEW YORK TMES

Gay Pride Week
nearly 300 people celebrate Gay Pride Week 1982 by marching down State Street on June 26. The march
e annual event, which ran from June 25 to July 2 and featured numerous workshops and social activities.
fly awits appeal after guilty verdict

nued from Page 3
;an averages 17 years of
me. He added that "the
could get less than life
e parole board recom-
tation and the Governor
utates his sentence."
G Waterman's claim of
he jury selection, Noah
e had made "much ado

Washtenaw County Circuit Court
judge Ross Campbell also said he finds
the possibility of an appeal unlikely. "I
hope I have been able to run not only a
fair, but also an appeal-proof trial," he
said.
When asked if any of the
irregularities in this trial, such as con-
fidential reports falling into the hands
of the press and two health inspectors

entering the jury room, would have any
effect on Waterman's bid for an appeal,
Campbell said, "I should think not."
Kelly is presently in Washtenaw
County Jail awaiting sentencing. After
that, he will be taken to Jackson State
Prison for diagnosis and then be
assigned to a prison.
Campbell set a sentencing date for
July 30 at 9 a.m.

gan offers troops for Lebanon force

nued fromPage 1) '
saini, director of the
formation Office in
aid in an interview there
ers rejected the U.S. of-
,rview with Cable News
aid, "Just two hours ago
elex from our leadership
ng this is ridiculous. We
t. The U.S. 6th Fleet has
d the Israeli invasion and

we cannot accept this - kind of
proposal."
DESPITE THE tough words, the PLO
left the door ajar for continued
negotiations, with both Palestinian
leaders and their -Lebanese Moslem
allies indicating they would not oppose
U.S. participation in an internatinal
force to end the Israeli stranglehold on
west Beirut.

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Lebanon's Red Cross said, "Hun-
dreds of thousands of besieged
inhabitants face the danger of certain
death from hunger, from thirst and
from diseases," because of the Israeli
blockaded. An estimated 500,000
civilians and 8,000 guerrillas are.trap-
ped in west Beirut.
There was no immediate comment on
Reagan's offer from Israel, which in-
vaded Lebanon June 6 to crush the
guerrillas. Israeli forces imposed the
food and water blockade over the
weekend to pressure the guerrillas to
leave and has stated it would prefer
avoiding bloody street warfare if
possible.
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