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Indo- Chino Peace Campaign Week of Concern

Sunday Sept. 29: panel discussion on Ford's amnesty, 9:30 a.m., First Presbyterian Church.

Tuesday, Oct. 1 . Nancy Woodside of Detroit IPC speaks. Int'l Center, 603 E. Madison, noon.

Wednesday Oct. 2:

2 p.m.-Prof. John Whitmore speaks, open discussion. 25 Angell Hall.

3-4 p.m. -Granada TV's "Question of Torture" and "Post-War War." Aud. 3, Modern Languages Bldg.

4 p.m.-Dr. Donald Rucknagel. Dr. Peter Magnus. "Health & the War" slideshow & discussion. School of Public Health, old building. Room 3000.

7 p.m.-Joe Frankl, Dave Murphy of S IPC on WCBN "Talk-Back" 89.5 fm.

8:30 p.m. -film "Question of Torture"  and discussion. Alice Lloyd Hall, Klein Lounge.

Thursday Oct. 3:

3-4 p.m.-Granada TV's "Question of Torture" and "Post-War War," Aud. 3,MLB.

7-9 p.m. -Amnesty Action group, organizational meeting. Green Rm,  First Methodist Church.

Saturday Oct. 5

4-6:30 p.m.- cocktail fundraiser at Ed Pierce's, 1409 Beechwood. Admission $2.50, $7.5O or $12.50. Informal Call welcome. the stars will be here.

8:30 p.m.-rally at Rackham Aud., no admission. Jane Fonda and Daniel Ellsberg will speak on "It's Still America's War."