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SATURDAY, JUNE 3,1967

T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

a cava a.

'SERIOUS CONSEQUENCES':
U.S. Bombs Soviet Ship

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

In

Vietnamese Harbor

The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editor-
ial responsibility. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3564 Administration Bldg. be-
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding
publication and by 2 p.m. Friday

MOSCOW(P)-The Soviet Union
charged that U.S. planes bombed
a Soviet ship in a North Vietnam-
ese harbor yesterday and warned
it would "take appropriate meas-
ures" if it happens again.
Saying two crewman were badly
wounded and the ship damaged,
the government called the bombing
"an act of banditry which may
have far-reaching consequences."
The stiff warning brought the
Soviet Union and the United

States another notch closer to con-
frontation on the problem of So-
viet shipping in areas raided by
American planes.
The United States has tried to
avoid hitting Soviet or other for-
eign vessels, claim its spokesmen.
It has answered some earlier
charges of hitting ships by ex-
plaining that falling North Viet-
namese antiaircraft explosives
were responsible.
Asst. Secretary of Defense Philip

for Satarday and Sunday. General
Goulding said the department had Notices may be published a maxi-
no information "that confirms the mum of two times on request; Day
Calendar items appear once only.
Soviet allegation" on the bomb- Student organization notices are not
ing but had asked the commander accepted for publication. For more
in chief in the Pacific "to review information cali 764-9270.
the flight pattern of all aircraft SATURDAY, JUNE 3
which have been in the Cam Pha
area at the time of the alleged
incident."andr {
Tass, the Soviet news agency, Cinema Guild-"Duck Soup": Archi-
gave this account: tecture Aud., 7 and 9:05 p.m.
The 3,358-ton diesel ship Tulrk- University Players-Dept. of Speech -
istan was tied up in Cam Pha, a Presents "The Playboy of the Western
harbor 40 miles northeast of the World," Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre,
main port of Haiphong. sat., June 3, at 8 pm., sun., June 4,
at 7 p.m.

New York Landlords
4 Protest Rent Control

NEW YORK (P)-A riotous mob
of 600 landlords stormed New York
City Hall yesterday hurling rocks
and smashing windows after a
vain attempt to induce Mayor
John V. Lindsay to soften rent-
contrl laws. Two women were in-
"We want to see our hippie
jured.
mayor," a leader of the mob
shouted.
The demonstrators got nowhere
with Lindsay, who refused to see
the leaders.
Landlords were incensed over
City Hall efforts to end a strike
of building service employes in
some 1,000 rent-controlled Man-
hattan apartment houses.
Accusation
The mayor accused the land-
lords of inviting the walkout in
order to wreck rent controls.
Outnumbered police turned in
a riot call and at the height of the
melee 150 officers fought the mob.
There were two arrests.
Lindsay said he was looking into
a charge by police that television
cameramen had "stirred up" the
crowd.
Earlier yesterday, Lindsay de-
clared a health emergency as a
result of a week-long wage strike
by 5,000 members of Local 32B,
AFL-CIq Building Service Em-
ployes. He ordered sanitation men
to crss picket lines and begin cart-
ing away tons of garbage that had
gone uncollected because of the
walkout.
After an inspection of Manhat-
tan, Lindsay returned to City Hall

26. It cut off elevator service, mail
deliveries, garbage disposal and
heat and hot water for an esti-
mated 130,000 families.
Local 32B demanded that land-
lords meet the terms of an earlier
contract signed by 4,000 other
Manhattan apartment owners, not
under rent control. It provided an
$18-a-week increase over three
years of wages that averaged $85
a week.'
The rent-controlled landlords
demanded the right to increase
rents to compensate for increased
operating costs.
World Ne
Or eW
By The Associated Press
LAGOS, Nigeria-U.Sj Embassy
officials yesterday ordered an
American freighter diverted to
evacuate Americans from seces-
sionist Eastern Nigeria. An airlift
was canceled at the last moment.
Reliable sources said the Ni-
gerian head of state, Ma. Gen.
Yakubu Gowon informed Ambas-
sador Elbert G. Mathews that the
flight was canceled ,a few hours
before a four-engine DC6 plane
was due to leave Lagos for Port
Harcourt. The port is in the newly
declared Republic of Biafra, as
Eastern Nigeria now calls itself.
* * *
JACKSON, Miss.-Negro leader
Charles Evers called yesterday for

U.S. Planes
During the morning, U.S. planes
came over and the Turkistan was
hit. How much damage was done
to the ship and whether it was
hit more than once was not in-;
dicated.
Foreign Minister Andrei A.;
Gromyko, in a personal action that
emphasized the gravity with which;
the Soviet Union viewed the mat-
ter, handed a sharp protest to the
U.S. Embassy's minister-counsel-
lor, John C. Guthrie.3
T1~e nift d thp ipa wrint

Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
inar-"Basic Employment Interviewing
Workshop": Michigan Union, 8:45 a.m.
to 5 p.m.
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
inar-"The Management of Managers
No. 31": 146 Business Administration,
8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and 7 to 9 p.m.
College of Pharmacy Seminar - "An-
nual Seminar of the American Society
of Hospital Pharmacists": Rackham
Bldg., 9 a.m.
General Ntices

3) Additional Season Ticket purchase
privilege (limit 2) expires Aug. 1.
Conditions and Privileges:
1) Athletic Cards or Tickets are not
transferable.
2) Ticket privileges end with termina-
tion of employment with the University
and no refunds or rebates will be made.
3) Priority seating locations will be
maintained by continuity of purchase.
4) Faculty members and employes who
purchase Athletic Cards will receive a
reserver seat at each home football
game and general admission to basket-
ball, track, wrestling, and baseball, as
long as seats are available.
Due to the indefinite completion date
of the Events Bldg.. a policy regarding
basketball game admission will be
announced later.
{5) The Board will not guarantee the
sale of athletic cards after Aug. 1.
Doctoral Examination for Stuart Mal-
colm Huff, Education; thesis: "The
Study of Literature as a Structuring
Process," Mon., June 5. Room 4000
UHS, at 9 a.m. Chairman, A. S. Dun-
ning.
Doctoral Examination for William Fred
Johnston, Forestry; thesis: "Effect of
Vegetation and Surface Condition on
Artificial Reproduction of Black Spruce
in a Deforested Swamp in North-Cen-
tral Minnesota," Mon., June 5. Board
Room,Rackham Graduate School, at
2 p.m. Chairman, S. H. Spurr.
Placement
POSITION OPENINGS:
North American Aviation Science
Center, Thousand Oaks, Calif.-Post-
doctoral Fellowships for PhD's in sci-
entific discipline. Stipend and full
professional employe benefits in pheno-
mena-oriented laboratory dedicated to
theoretical and experimental research
in phys., chem., materials sci., and
math. Applications at Bureau, being ac-
cepted currently.
Defense and Space Center, W~esting-
house Electric Corp. Advanced Studies
Group, Cambridge, Mass. - Economist,
international surveys for clients in-
cluding AID, Arms Control and Disarm-
ament Agency and many others. MA/
PhD in appropriate field with exper.
in math, security, international econ.,
comparative econ., econ. dev.
Lake Superior StaterCollege, Sault
Ste. Marie-Controller for rapidly grow-
ing college recently made into 4 yr.
college. MBA with CPA preferably.
strong acctg. bkgd., young person but
not new grad
Cleco Div., Reed International, South-
field, Mldl).-Technical Sales Represen-
tative, technical bkgd. in fluid power-
pneumatics and hydraulics, not necess.
engrg. degree. Sales exper. necessary,
will organize whose of Mich. sales pro-
gram, one-quarter travel ratio,
Internal Revenue Service, Detroit,
Mich.-Computer Programmer Trainee,
6-7 weeks program for IRS, bus. orient-
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Holding For a 2nd Week
"ONE OF THOSE RARE ENTER-
TAINMENTS! FOR PEOPLE
WHO REALLY LOVE FILMS!"
-NewsweeK

sass quULea tine LOLe as warning III Faculty Members and University Em-
that "in the event of a recurrence playes: The Board in Control of Inter-
of such actions on the part of U.S. collegiate Athletics of the University of
armed forces, the Soviet Union Michigan extends to the Faculty and to
full-time University employes the priv-
will be compelled to take appro- liege of purchasing Athletic Cards.
priate measures to ensure the Those Eligible to Purchase:
safety of its ships." 1) University Faculty and Adminis-
Ther wa nocommnt romthetrative Officers.
There was no comment from the 2) Faculty members who have been re-
U.S. Embassy, which forwarded tired, but still retain faculty privileges.
the Soviet protest to Washington. 3) Employes on the University payroll
who have appointments or contracts
on a full-time yearly basis; or, if on an
hourly basis, are full-time employes and
have been employed by the University
for a period of not less than twelve
s R oun u months prior to the date of application
for the purchase of an Athletic Card.
The date shown on the Employe's Unt-
versity Identification Cardshall be con-
urged Gov. Paul Johnson to deseg- sidered as the date of employment.
regate the state's 90 draft boards: 4) For spouses and dependent chil-
dren between the ages of 10 and 18 of
but had received no reply. the above groups.
Cost of Athletic Card-$18.00.
Purchase Date:
WASHINGTON-The Commerce r 1) At Ferry Field Ticket Office be-
Department yesterday lifted export ginning Junie 1.
restrictions on 38 more categories 2)Preference for location expires Aug.
of nonstrategic products for ship- -------- -
ment behind the Iron Curtain. Phone 431-0130
The action is in line with ad-
ministration policy to build peace-
ful bridges between East and West.
Friday's move also affects East:
Germany for the first time in the Ent&n"e On, CARPENTER RDAD
current program, which began last FIRST OPEN 7:00 P.M. FIRST
fall with the easing of restrictions RUN NOW SHOWING RUN
on 400 categories of goods.«
Restrictions on another 24 class-
es were eased earlier this year. F 1

to Liice l and LIrdemonstrating Mississippi Negroes to retuse in- I W W\. tW , ilos
behind police barricades, waving duction into the arfried forces un- uV P4 man's
placards that read: "Rent Con- til state draft boards are desegre- Student Book Service says l.i
trol is Killing Us." gated. ,o g thew AT 83 -
The strike of superintendents Evers, a National Association Lets get the35 & 1230
and employes of rent-controlled for the Advancement of Colored BEAC H A LLALSO-
Manhattan apartments began May People field secretary, said he had BALL, COLOR
rolling!"'
THIS WEEK! UAC SUMMER
hwn
aKRND teleased thru PROMINENT FILMS
THE rLA~bIWEEKEND 11:00 OnlyCRTO
THE PLAYBOY
JUNE 8-10 PLUS-"SULKIES & SILKS" Shows at 7 & 9 P.M.
HE COLOR CARTOON OSa
WESTERN WORLD
-An Irish Classic!
FAIR LANE FETIVfAL
Dearborn Campus of the University of Michigan
,--" vzPlan to attend the opening Concerts-
0k
Chicago Symphony BarouOrhsa
Jean Martinon, Music Director-Violinist
WEDNESDAY-SUNDAY Sun., June 4,3:00 Sun., June 4, 8:30
Suits No. 1, C major (S.1066) Suite No. 2, B minor (S.1067)
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE Tomorrow: Concerto for Flute, Violin and Concerto for Harpsichord, No. 1
Harpsichord, A minor (S.1044) D minor (S.1052)
You Car't Afford to Miss It! Concerto for Violin No. 1; Concerto for Two Violins
A minor (S.1041) D minor (S.1043)
Suite No. 3, D major (S.1068) Suite No. 4, D major (S.1069)
UNIVERSITY PLAYERS-Deportment of Speech -_-
Second Week: CHICAGO SYMPHONY BAROQUE ORCHESTRA
ANTONIO JANIGRO, Guest Conductor
SUN., JUNE 11,3:00 SUN., JUNE 11,8:30
CIN E -M -A Program of Italian Baroque Program of Handel and Telemann
Presents Third Week: CARAMOOR OPERA PRODUCTIONS
JULIUS RUDEL, Music Director
INGMAR BERGMAN'S TWO OPERAS by WED., JULY 5, 8:30-"Curlew River"-
Benjamin Britten THURS., JULY 6, 8:30-"Burning Fiery Furnace"
NW L DFourth Week: YEHUDI MENUHIN AND BATH FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA
SUN., JULY 16-3:00 and 8:30 P.M.
STR A W B E RR ES(YEHUDI MENUH IN, Violin, and HEPHZIBAH MENUHIN, Piano-soloists)
"Smashingly beautiful . , . widely acclaimed as Fifth Week: STRATFORD FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA
his masterpiece."-Time OSCAR SHUMSKY, Director of Music

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