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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MAY 26, H

PAGE TWO THE MICtIIf~AN DAiLY FRIDAY. MAY Z6, 1
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FOUR WORLD TROUBLE SPOTS:
Britain Struggles To Maintain Remnants
Of Past empire Without Military Conflict

Death Tolls AMA Survey in Chicago Shows
li New High Wide Variation of Drug Prices
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LONDON (/P--Britain, the leon- tatingly would have used troops call off his harassment of Gi-
ine power that dominated the or gunboats or planes as needed braltar.
world at the turn of the century, to deal with trouble. And London has discreetly
is struggling today against chal- Now local police are under or- handed the problem of the Rho-
lenges in four remnants of an all ders to deal gingerly with rioting desian rebellion to the United Na-
but vanished empire. demonstrators who brought Hong tions, hoping it may be able to
It is trying to preserve, or re- Kong to the point of standstill. clear a way toward a settlement.
assert, real authority in the trou- In South Arabia, Wilson's men The British, having deliberate-
ble spots of Hong Kong, South seem to be going out of their way ly shed their imperial power and
Arabia, Gibraltar and Rhodesia. to come to terms with radical na- many of their possessions, no
In the past week straw effigies tionalists, backed by Egyptian longer feel strong enough to as-
of Prime Minister Harold Wilson President Gamal Abdel Nasser, sert their old authority by using
were burned before Britain's dip- who have used force in their bid force.
lomatic mission at Peking in an forkpower. Wilson's socialist government,
outburst of Chinese anti-foreign The British still are counting on on grounds of principle, has re-
passions focused on Hong Kong. diplomats to persuade Generalissi- nounced any intention to under-
Once imperial Britain unhesi- mo Francisco Franco of Spain to take imperialist ventures on the
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model of the 1956 Suez invasion:
And Wilson's government, aft-
er its confrontation with President
Sukarno"s Indonesia over Malay-
sia-Singapore, ruled out all other
military expeditions that would,
leave Britain to fight faraway wars
on her own.
Transcending both these factors
is the grim fact that Britain sim-
ply cannot afford costly military
budgets.
Hong Kong gets much of its
water and food from the main-
land. If Peking cut them off the
British would face an uprising
by the four million people of Hong
Kong.
Past British governments sought
guarantees of U.S. aid in case
>f aggression against Hong Kong.
They never got any. Nor would
they care for one now, believing
this would provoke the already
suspicious Chinese into action.

111 ! IU iL~ii IICHICAGO (A) - Persons who
shop for bargains can really hit
SAIGON (P)-A record 337 U.S. the jackpot in prescription drugs,
soldiers were killed last week in an American Medical Association
heavy fighting in Vietnam, push- survey indicated yesterday.
ing the total for the war to 10,- An AMA task force made the
253-almost one-third the number rounds of 85 Chicago drug stores,
of battle deaths in the Korean selected at random, to fill 353
War. prescriptions for seven commonly
The U.S. Command also re- prescribed drugs.
ported yesterday that 2,282 Amer.. They said they found that some
icans were wounded last week and stores charged up to 12 times as
31 were missing, an overall cas- much as others for the same
ualty record for seven days in, amount of an identical drug.

It said doctors and medical so- ed only a few drugs and only a
cieties in other parts of the na- small percentage of the city's 2000
tion "may want to do some com- drug stores. He said such "hid-
parative shopping similar to that den" costs as delivery service,
which the AMA did and inform credit services and store location
their communities of the results." should be evaluated in any sur-
Willard B. Simmons, executive vey.
secretary of the National Asso- Simmons said the findings "cer-
ciation of Retail Druggists, took tainly could not be considered rep-
issue with the AMA survey find- resentative of the more than 52,-
ings. 000 drug stores located throughout
Simmons said the survey cover- the nation."
US. Unveils Revolutionary
Space Craft at Paris ShowV

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Vietnam.
The severe fighting exacted a
heavy toll on the enemy. The U.S.
Command said 2,464 North Viet-
namese and Viet Cong were killed
during the same period. This was
below the record enemy losses
of 2,774 killed in the week end-
ing March 25.
The number of wounded Amer-
icans boosted the total to 61,425
by unofficial count. The number
of Americanskilled in the Ko-
r~an War wYC4.c 9Ra99

Brand Names
They said some stores charged
more for a generic or no-brand
prescription drug than others did
for the same drug bearing a brand
name.
The AMA News, which announc-
ed the results of the survey, said
the findings "challenge the con-
tention that generic prescribing
automatically assures the patient
of obtaining drugs at the lowest
possible price."

The Daily Official Bulletin is an
oficliai pubilcatior, of the Univer-
sity of Micnigan for which he
Michigan narly assumes no editor-
al responsibllity. Notices should be
.;sent in TVPEWKIITThN form to
Woitm 3564 Administration Bldg. be-
fore 8 p.m. of the day preceding
publication and by 2 p.m. Friday
for Satarday and Sunday. General
Notices may be published a maxi-
mum of two times on request; Day
Calendar items appear once only.
ptudent organization notices are not
acepted for puidicatjfl. For more
in;oruiation cal 264-8970.
FRIDAtY, MAY 26
Day Calendar
Bureal of Industrial Relations Scm-
inar-"Effective College Recruiting and
Interviewing": Michigan Union, 8:30
a.m. to 3:15 p.m.
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
inar-"What Managers Should Know
About Behavioral Science": Michigan
Union, 8:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.
Michigan Nurses Association-"Keep-
lug in Step with Change": Rackham,
Bldg., Registration, 9 a.m.
Lecture-Dr. Francois Jacob, renown-
ed French biologist and 1965 Nobel
n. Pize winner to speak on "On the
Regulation of DNA Synthesis and Cel-
lular Division in the Bacterial Cell"
(Part II): 5330 Medical Science Bldg.,
4 p.m.
Zoology Seminar-Dr. David Lloyd,
Department of Microbiology, University
mCollege 'of South Wales, Cardiff and
SJohnson Research Foundation, Univ. of
Pe nsylvania, "Some Aspects of Mito-
chondria from Algae and Protozoa":
1139 Natural Science Bldg., 1 p.m.
Cinema Guild - "Tillie's Punctured
Romance": Architecture Aud., 7 and
905 p.m.
General Notices
Computing Center Course: The Com-
puting Center announces a short course
"The Use of the IBM 360/67 MTS Sys-
tem, inctiding Fortran IV." Fri., May
26, 1-5 p.m., Room 1400 Chemistry Bldg.
Regstration not necessary. Inquiries
may be addressed to Prof. Bernard A.
Galler.
Seminar: On Fri:, May- 26, Dr Da-
vid Lloyd, from the Department of Mi-
crobiology at the University College of
South Wales, Cardiff, will present a
seminar on "Some Aspects of Mito-
chondria from Algae and Protozoa," at
4 p.m. in 1139 Natural Science (Botany
Seminar Room). This seminar is spon-
ORGAN IZATION
NOTICES
USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially
recognized and registered student or-
ganizations only. Forms are available in
Room 1011 SAB.
' Folk Dance Club (WAA), Folk dance
with instruction open to everyone, Fri.,
May 26, 8-11 p.m., Barbour Gym.
ANN ARBOR'S
1 st taste of theatre
Avant-Gard
for many a moon
OEDIPUS REX
June 13-16
Canterbury House

sored by the Department of Zoology.
Doctoral Examination for Lee James
White. Electrical Engineering; thesis:
"A Parametric Study of Matchings and
Coverings In Weighted Graphs,' Fri.,
May 26, Room 2201 East Engineering, at
2 p.m. Chairman, E. W. Lawler,
Placement
ANNOUNCEMENT:
Merrill-Palmer Institute, Detroit,
Mich.-Summer '67 sessions for Gradu-
ate and Undergraduate study. Sessions
on Human Development and Family &
Society. Quarter credits, several dates.
Room and board available.
POSITION OPENINGS:
Parker Pen Co., Janesville, Wis. -
Systems Analyst, trng. orexper., quan-
titative bus, anal, operations anal,,
IE, or mktg. Two positions for process
engineers, ME degree with 0-5 yrs. ex-
per., aptitude for small precision me-
dhanical equip. Quality Control engr.,
engrg. degree, 0-2 yrs. exper. Industrial
Engr.. IE with 0-5 yrs. exper. Computer
programmer, min. 1 yr. programming
IBM 1401 using autocoder. S/360 edu-
cation and some exper, with 8/360 RPG
desirable.
Bronx Veterans Administration Hos-
pital, Bronx, N.Y.-Manual arts thera-
pist, industrial arts graduate, special-
ity in woodworking, teacher' in Indust.
arts, or Indust. education degrees. GS-
5 -7, 6-mos.-1 yr. exper. required for
higher levels.
George S. Armstrong & Co., Inc., N.Y.C.
-Two young women for statistical aids
in small consulting industrial engineer-
ing firm. Graduates skilled in acctg.,
'or mkt. res., adept at preparing stat.
compilations.
Local Firm--Scientific Systems An-

alyst for EDP systems in Clinical In-
vestigation. Supervise programmers and
specialized clerks in developing sys-
tems, acts as monitor and modifier of
systems in operation.
Wadsworth Publishing Co., Inc.,
Belmont, Calif.-Sales Representatives,
responsible for territory sales and man-
uscript acquisitions. Degree at BA level
with sales aptitude, intelligence and ap-
preciation of books and education. Lit-
erature concerning sales reps, positions
and applications available at Bureau.
Professional Examination Service,
American Public Health Association,
N.Y.C-Director, Licensing and Cer-
'tification program. PhD in psychology.
3 yrs. exper. in administrative capacity
in setting related to work, i.e., state
licensing authority or speciality board.
Director, Research and Statistics Dept..
PhD in education or psychology, min. 18
sem. hours stat. 5 yrs. exper. in res.
& res. administration Director, An-
nual Service Plan Program, PhD (or
MA with 2 additional yrs. exper.) in
psych., educ., or public admin. Three
yrs. exper. in administrative capacity,
in state merit system or personnel de-
partment.
For further information please call
764-7460, General Division, Bureau of
Appointments, 3200 SAB.
Part-Time
Employment
Experienced Keypunch Operator -
Needed immediately for two week as-
signment. 40 hours per wek-day or
evening shift available.
Qualifled applicants please contact:
Part-Time Employment Office, 2200
SAB, Phone 764-7283.

THE INTERNATIONAL DINNER-FILM SERIES PRESENTS

T HE INTERNATIONAL DINNER-FILM SERIES PRESENTS
The Venice Film Festival Grand Prize Winner
"UGETSU"
"Billed as a successor to Rashomon but artistically superior"
following a JAPANESE DINNER

Some influential Britons argue At the current rate, the totalr
that Wilson's stand on Vietnam U.S. killed, wounded and missing
has caused the Chinese outburst w..ill 1,0 e end of I
over Hong Kong. Wilson is under the year.
ceaseless pressures to dissociaten
Britain from the Americans over DMZ Casualties1
Vietnam. The largest number of the week's9
In South Arabia the British aim casualties came in the bloody
to transfer power to an all-party fighting in and near the demili-
caretaker government by next tarized zone cutting across the
January and to pull out militarily center of Vietnam.
by Dec. 31, 1968. But U.S. forces also were hitn
To achieve this they have made hard in the central highlands,x
offers to exiled nationalists even where the Americans fear a big
at the risk of offending King Communist drive may be begin-1
Faisal of Saudi Arabia. ning.
But they still await a response. The U.S. Command reportedI
Butthe sillawat repone.that the last Marines from a 10 -
At Gilbraltar British airliners ,
have been landing without in- 000-man American and South Vi-
fringing Franco's newly defined etnamese force that swept into
"prohibited zone" which was cre- the demilitarized zone last Thurs-c
ated as part of Spain's campaign day had pulled out, but this ap-
to force a showdown over claims peared to be-premature.t
to the Rock. Walt Leaves Vietnam
A real confrontation may come Lt. Gen. Lewis W. Walt, com-
as soon as weather forces one mander of U.S. Marines in South,
British airliner over the newly Vietnam, said yesterday the Leath-
banned zone. erneck invasion of the demilitar-
As for Rhodesia, Wilson has ized zone snatched away from the
failed, despite concessions, to come Communist North Vietnamese "a
to terms with the rebellious white- perfect sanctuary."
settler regime of Prime Minister Gen. Walt will leave Vietnam
Ian Smith. June 1 for a post in Washington
In doing so Wilson risked, and as director of personnel for the!
in some cases lost, the friendship Marine Corps. In his two years
of African and Asian countries here as the top Marine command-
that wanted Britain to use mili- er, the square-jawed, 54-year-uldI
tary action against Smith's re- officer saw his forces grow from
gime. 13,000 to 75,000 men.
CINEMIVA I
presents
JACK MARILYN TONY
LEMMON MONROE CURTIS
SOME LIKE
IT HOT''
(1959)
"Outrageously funny! Vigorous, top-flight perform-
ances. . . Miss Monroe contributes more assets
than the obvious ones to this mad camp romp.
-NY TimesI
"Far and away Wilder's funniest movie"-Hubert
Cohen
"Objectionable in part for all"-Legion of Decency
Friday and Saturday-7 and 9:15 P.M.
AUDITORIUM A 50
ANGELL HALL C
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Several witnesses who testified
recently at a Washington hearing
of a Senate Small Business Sub-
committee contended the govern-
ment could save millions of dol-
lars by purchasing drugs by their
generic or chemical names rather
than by brand names.
Aspirin Unprotected
Aspirin, for example, is a gen-
eric drug unprotected by trade-
mark registration and produced
by many pharmaceutical firms.
The AMA News, a weekly pub-
lished under auspices of the AMA
Board of Trustees, said it did not
know whether the Chicago price,
situation exists in other cities.
"The AMA staff members who
conducted the survey, however, be-
lieve the results represent a mean-
ingful indication of pricing prac-

PARIS (P)-The United States'
unveiled yesterday what officials
termed a revolutionary air and
space research craft at a preview,
of the 27th Paris International
Air and Space Show.
The first manned jet "lifting
body"-a, wingless tadpole-shaped
vehicle-is designed to fly and
maneuver at high altitudes, and
craft of its type may one day car-
ry spacemen back to earth, land-
ing in much the same fashion as
a conventional plane.
This SV5J craft, and the Fill,
a supersonic swing-wing fighter-
bomber which is being put into
production for the Air Force, are
two of the outstanding entries in
the air show, which has attracted
exhibits from 16 nations in the
biggest Paris air salon on record.
Unveiling
The SV5J "lifting body" was
unveiled by Stanley Cleveland,
economic affairs minister at the
American embassy. The ceremony
took place in drenching rain,
which turned a portion of the

tices and cost structures that Le Bourget Airport show area into
may exist elsewhere," the News a sea of mud.

said.

The SV5J, a one-man craft, was

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parked a few yards away from a
replica of the Spirit of St. Louis,
which Charles A. Lindbergh flew
from New York to Paris 40 years
ago this week. The SV5J is the
smaller.
Cleveland, pointing out that
astronauts today must return to
earth in capsules hung on giant
parachutes, said the new "lifting
body" vehicles may one day allow
the astronauts to return from
space trips with a "conventional
airplane-type landing at the air-
port of his choosing."
Maiden Flight
The SV5J, a jet-powered re-
search vehicle, is to make its
maiden flight this summer from
Edwards Air Force Base, Calif.
The wingless craft, with three tail
surfaces, has a curving, teardrop-
shaped body.
The SV5J on disipay is designed
to take off and fly to an altitude
of about 17,000 feet, and is the
forerunner of the type of craft
which. may be used to ferry as-
tronauts and supplies to orbiting
space stations, on space rescue
missions or for satellite main-
tenance and repair.

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