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Police delay start of
drunk driving checks

LANSING (UPI) - State Police
representatives yesterday promised
that drunk driving check lanes will not
be instituted this summer, and a bill
banning the practice was put on hold by
the House Judiciary Committee.
Tony Randall, a consultant to the
Drunk Driving task force, urged the
judiciary panel to wait on the bill
outlawing the check lanes. The panel
has endorsed the checklane concept in
which motorists would be stopped and
observed for signs of intoxication.

Randall said legislators did not have
enough information to make an infor-
med decision and that they should wait
until tests are conducted on the effec-
tiveness of the suggestion before ac-
ting.
"We don't want to use this to increase
arrests, we want it as a deterrent," he
said. He said statistics indicate the new
drunk driving laws have not had an ef-
fect on the number of people who die in
alcohol-related traffic accidents.

FBI to enforce draft law
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has not yet been indicted, said he
believes the government's revived
commitment to prosecution indicates
that "they're getting ready for a war."
"Up to now," Miklethun said,
"(registration) has been kind of an
embarrassment. But the critical reason
for registration is for a draft. That's
sort of frightening to realize."

Through a presidential proclamation
in his first year in office, President
Reagan renewed the registration
process begun under the Carter
administration. The requirement
extends to all male citizens born after
Dec.31, 1959whoare at least 18.
The maximum penalty for failure to
comply is five years in prison and a
$10,000 fine.

R elief Associated Press
Robert Miller cools off in a fountain at the Philadelphia Museum of Art
yesterday. Temperatures in that city reached a high in the 90s for the first
time this summer.
Pretzel Bell shut down

Sens. seek nuclear test ban

WASHINGTON (AP) - A group of 40
senators proposed legislation yesterday
that would direct President Reagan to
seek new talks with the Soviet Union for
an overall ban on nuclear weapons
tests.
The proposal, sponsored by Sens.
Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.), and
Charles Mathias (R-Md.), was offered
as an amendment as the Senate opened
debate on a $291 billion defense
authorization bill.
THE PROPOSED amendment also
calls on Reagan to seek ratification of
the 1974 Threshold Test Ban Treaty that
sets limits on the size of experimental
atomic blasts and the 1976 Peaceful
Nuclear Explosions Treaty.
A group of 30 Democrats and eight
Republicans agreed to be co-sponsors
of the amendment.

"All of the last six administrations
have endorsed a comprehensive test
ban," Mathias said. Achieving it, he
said, "would be the most significant
and sane milestone in the history of the
nuclear age."
In a party-line vote, a House Ap-
propriations subcommittee voted to
deny Reagan's request to increase the
$62 million in emergency military aid
already approved .for El Salvador
during the current fiscal year.
Also, the House refused to approve a
bill under expedited procedures that
would extend the Head Start program
and other federal human services at
current spending levels. The vote was
261-156 in favor of the bill. But under the
procedures for expedited passage, a
measure must be supported by two-
thirds of the House.

G Contie from Page 3)
Gayle Banfield, a member of the
hearing board, declined to comment.
CASTOR SAID last week that since
there is "not so much the long hair, pot-
smoking students around," he is plan-
ning on returning the restaurant to a
student-oriented hasr.
Castor said hebwants to restore the
original oak floors, which are currently
covered by carpeting; build an outside
cafe; and bring in "Rick's-type" bands
to attract students.

The Pretzel Hell has had numerous
problems with health inspections in the
past year or so. Last December, the
restaurant was closed for several days
until Castor brought the more than 100-
year-old building up to code.
The restaurant had apparently made
progress, since it received a rating of 78
in May, but the rating dropped to 57 last
week. A state inspector who hadn't seen
the county's records on the restaurant
also inspected the building and gave ita
rating of 52.

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'84 Greek Festival
THURSDAY, JUNE 7 FRIDAY, JUNE 8
SATURDAY, JUNE 9
VETERANS ARENA
CORNER OF MAPLE & JACKSON
PASTRY SALE /GREEK FOOD
11:00 A.M. - MIDNIGHT

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BAND FEATURING EVENING
THE "PREVAS BROTHERS" ADMISSION AFTER
6:30 P.M. - MIDNIGHT 5:00 P.M. - $1.50
St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, Ann Arbor

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