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By JANICE PLOTNIK
While artists prepare paintings,
pottery, and drawings for the annual
Ann Arbor Art Fair, local merchants
are also gearing up for an onslaught of
visitors, who are ready for a full day
of browsing along Ann Arbor streets.
Though people come to spend the
day looking.at sculptures and jewelry,
much of the real spending is done in-
doors at local stores along the fair
THE ART FAIR has proved to be
mutually beneficial for consumers
and merchants, said Bob Claerr,
assistant manager at the Bivouac
camping department. Consumers get
the advantage of sales, while mer-
chants boost revenues, Claerr said.
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police kill four,
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (UPI) South Africans, despite widespread
Police opened fire yesterday on two criticism from the United States and
riotious mobs protesting apartheid, the 10-nation European Common
killing four blacks, and sources said Market.
57 black leaders and activists were the 57 arrests yesterday brought to
arrested on the second day of 170 the total of people arrested and
emergency rule in South Africa. jailed without charges since the
The four deaths raised to nine the emergency rule took effect in 36 pred-
number of black people killed since ominantly black districts of South
the white-minority government im- Africa at midnight Saturday, black
posed a state of emergency in black sources said. '
areas of the country on Sunday in an A grandson of Indian independence
attempttocurbracialunrest. hero Mohandas Gandhi was reported
PRESIDENT Pieter Botha defen- to be among thosearrested.
ded his emergency decree yesterday
as a way to "ensure the safety" of See APARTHEID, Page11
'U to review science
Originally, the art fair was an at-
tempt to boost sales for local
"Merchants started it for the sole By KERY MURAKAMI The review of the institute, said
purpose of a street sale. The whole Billy Frye, the University's Vice
idea was to have Bargain Days, and The University will begin reviewing President for Academic Affairs, is
then (some merchants) decided to one of its largest units - the Institute particularly important because the
have an art fair to bring people in for Daly Poto y DARRiAN SMITH of Science and Technology - this IST plays a major role in linking
Don Smith pulls a tent wire while setting up for the Art Fair yesterday summer, University administrators University research with outside in-
between East and West Engineering Buildings. said yesterday. . - dustries,
RICHARD Bailey, chairman of the
Asner speaks out for New Jewish Agenda University's BudgetPriorities
Jewish ~mittee, called the IST "the iiesR of the
each true to his own melody. Leave room for my natural resources." Bailey said that
By ANN CARLSON soul, for Argentina's souls, for blacks' souls the IST is an umbrella group for eight
"A progessiveJew -I usedto thnk it asa 'A progressive Jew. I used because there is the beauty," Meyer said. different sub-units.
redundant term," Ed Asner told a packed house at was a "Picasso knew color. Beethoven knew music. volved in "everyething - from
the Lydia Mendelsohn Theater Saturday night. to think it redundant Jews used to know the chorus of humanity - each vomedina "eeryhing se rss
Asner came to Ann Arbor as a member of the term. people, each tribe, each group of people singing its bs giving advice on public relations.
New Jewish Agenda, a five-year-old organization , A own hallelujah. That, my friends, is our mission As the umbrella group, Bailey said
committed to progressive human values and -Ed sAsner, today. That is the oldest Jewish agenda," he said. the ST is designed to promote inter-
building a shared vision of Jewish life. actor and activist THE NEW Jewish Agenda has directed itstdISisryesedr orotxampte,
MANY OF its members base their convictions energies toward a broad range of social issues. It disciplinary research,. For example,
on the Jewish religious concept of tikun olam, or has criticized Israeli policy toward Palestinians he said it would bring together
the just ordering of human society and the world. Jewish Agenda, but a reaffirmation of old Jewish and U.S. involvement in Central America and has Natural Resources and the
Group members believe that working for social values and commitment to peace and social promoted nuclear disarmament and the rights ofeNgtur lRegeswrn sth
progress not only reflects Jewish ideals, but justice. homosexuals. engineerijg college to work on such
enhances Jewish security. RABBI MARSHALL Meyer, one of Saturday's The group is also working for better relations Lakes a
Asner is more famous for his television role as panelists, along with Asner, spoke about his ex- with black Americans, especially in the aftermath In explaining the review, Frye said,
newsman Lou Grant, but he is currently president periences fighting for human rights and against of the Rev. Jesse Jackson's 1984 presidential cam- In ea e reved Fryeaid,
of the screen actors guild and politically active in anti-Semitism during Argentina's days of military paign, when relationships were particularly poor "IST has been around for 25years.
his fight to stop U.S. internvention in Central rule. He called for a return to the oldest of Jewish between blacks and Jews.Its o Rewe vslu a r," ht
America. agendas. The first national convention for N.J.A., which ran "IT'S WORKED well so far," he
For many, including Asner, this is not a "new" "We must make a harmony, not a chaconne - See ASNER, Page 11 See 'U,' Page 2
Political Prisoners Euphoric Flicks
The Court of Appeals overlooked the Mostly sunny and pleasant with a Reviews of "Pale Rider" and "St.
political nature of the contempt order. high of 80. Elmo's Fire."
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