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Biaf ran leader sees
Nigerian cease-f ire

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, July 23,1968

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

,

OWERRI, Biafra OF)-Biafran
leader Odumegwu Ojukwu says he,
hopes for an early cease-fire in
Nigeria's bloody civil war and ex-
pects peace talks to begin at Addis
Ababa in about a week.
He expressed optimism on Sun-
day about chances for a tempor-'
ary truce between the armies of
breakaway Biafra and the Niger-
ian federalists to get talks started.
Ojukwu also announced the air-
lift of relief supplies to Biafra's
starving war refugees would be in-
tensified.
He said the flights might soon
North repairs
bases, ports
inbomb halt'
Saigon (P-Intelligence sources
say North Vietnam has taken ad-
vantage of the U.S. bombing halt
north of the 19th Parallel to re-
pair virtually all damage caused
by American attacks in the past
three years.
Before President Johnson's de-
escalation order March 31, seven
major North Vietnamese air bases
north of the bombing boundary
were out of action. Today all are
operational, the informants 'said.
U.S. fighter-bombers had forced
all but 10 per cent of the enemy's
70 to 100 MIG interceptors into
sanctuaries in Red China. Now
about half of the these planes
have returned to the operational
bases, several of them around
Hanoi and Haiphong.
The port of Haiphong, once
backlogged with thousands of tons
of war supplies, is now completely
clear.
"The war materiels are no long-
er stacking up," said one source.
"They are being distributed."
All the major bridges and rail
lines from Red China to Hanoi
have been repaired. The sources
said North Vietnamese laborers
have built new bypasses and im-
proved air defenses around Hanoi
to guard against a resumption of
bombing.
U.S. strategists privately feel
that if the President orders a re-
sumption of bombing above the
19th Parallel, the American pilots
would have to "start all over
ragain."
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be in daylight for the first time,
and also hinted he might person-
ally visit Nigerian leader Yakubu
Gowon to try and negotiate a
cease-fire.
Ojukwu appeared pleased with
the results of his secret and sud-
den trip to the Organization of
Africa Unity meeting last week,
where delegates announced that
Biafra and Nigeria had agreed to
discuss peace in Addis Ababa.
"Most people were rather sur-
prised to see me there," Ojukwu
said. "It showed for the first time
that there are two sides in the Ni-
gerian conflict."
Ojukwu said he has asked La-
gos to accept either "a general
cease-fire, a truce of limited
period or a truce of limited ex-
tent."
A Biafra-Nigeria peace confer.
ence in Kampala, Uganda, col-'
lapsed last May over what should
be discussed first - a cease-fire
demanded by Biafra or political
issues demanded by Nigeria.
Meanwhile in London the House
of Commons was told yesterday
the death toll among Nigerian ref-
ugees is between 200 and 300 a
day and at least one million peo-
ple' are in "dire distress."
The figures came from a report
by Lord Hunt, who led a relief
investigation team to Nigeria last
week.
The report was cited in the
House of Commons by Common-
wealth Secretary George Thom-
son. Thomson did not say wheth-
er the number of deaths included
those in Biafra.
The Biafran government re-
fused Lord Hunt permission to
visit the breakaway region.
Thomson said Hunt found the
primary need was for skilled peo-
ple to administer relief supplies
to the federal Nigerian war zone
and rebel Biafra.
Hunt concluded the British gov-
ernment's recent $600,000 relief
contribution was "adequate for
the present, together with dona-
tions coming in from other gov-
ernments and private agencies
all over the world."
Thomson said the federal Ni-
gerian government was prepared
to work with the International
Red Cross in opening a land re-
lief corridor to Biafra.

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p.m.
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9:00 p.m.
Audio-Visual Education Center Sum-
mer Previews - "To Build a School-
house", "Let Them Learn," Multipur-
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p.m.
Department of Classical Studies Lec-
ture - George L. Geis, Research As-
sociate in the Center for Research on
Language and Language Behavior, The
University of Michigan, "The Behavior
of Stating Instructional Objectives,"
Aud. C, Angell Hall, 4:10 p.m.
Department of Political Science Films
on Canada - "The Canadians, Trawler
Fisherman, North Pacific," Multipur-
pose Rm.. Undergraduate Library, 7:00
pJ".

Oxford Apartments, 627 Oxford Rd., at
7:30 p.m.
CIC Movie - Chinese Movie, "Wu
Feng" will be shown in Aud. A, An-
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School of Music-- University Wood-
wind Quintet - Nelson Hauenstein,
Flute - Florian Mueller, Oboe - John
Mohler, Clarinet - Harry Berv. French
Horn - Lewis Cooper, Bassoon, Lecture
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The naies of all doctoral students
admitted to candidacy from April 9,
1968, through July 15, 1968, will appear
in the August 1968 Commencement
program. These students are invited to
participate in Commencement, and
should have reserved academic costume
by now. They may pick up Commence-
ment tickets for guests from the Di-
ploma Dept., 555 LS&A Bldg., formerly
Admin. Bldg.), starting July 22.
August Teacher's Certificate Candi-
dates: All of the requirements for the
teacher's certificate must be completed
by August 5th. These requirements in-
clude the teacher's oath, health state-
ment, social security number, and Bu-
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oath should be taken as soon as pos-
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open from 8-12 and 1-5, Mon, through
Fri.
Regents' Meeting: Sept. 20. Commun-
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ing must be in the President's hands
no later than Thurs., Sept. 5.
sGC
Approval request forms for student
sponsored events are available in rooms
1001 and 1546 of the Student Activities
Building.
Public Health Club, Year-end party-
dance, July 26, 8-12 p.m.. VFW Hall.
Student Peace Union, Resistance,
July 22-26, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Diag.
Newman Student Association, Bucket
Drive and Table, 7-24, 8-7. Diag.
Stockwell Hall All-campus mixer,
7-26, 9 p.m.-12:.30 a m. Stockwell.
Doctoral

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sure-Volume-Temperature Behavior of
Carbon Tetrofluoride Using a Variable
Volume Cell of Bellows Design," on
Tues., July 23, at 8:30 a.m.-in Rm. 3201
E. Engrg. Chairman: J. J. Martin.
Placement
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Announcement:
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phone, please call 754-7460 for further
information,
Recruiting Visit by Peace Corps Team,
headquarters at 3524 S.A.B., booths in
Fishbowl and on Diag. No appts. nec-
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ing. and literature available.j
Hearing and Speech Center of St. Jo-
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Speech and Language Clinician, Mas-
ters preferred, provide therapy with
pre-school children and adults in a
community agency.
National Safety Council, Chicago, Ill.
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Representative, elementary School Sec-
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in curriculum., administration or. child
developemnt, exper. in safety education
preferred, elem. teaching exper. pre-
frred, some national travel rquired.
Department of the Navy, Naval Air
Propulsion Test Center, Trenton, N.J.-
Technical Director of Aeronautical
Turbine Laboratory, Professional engi-
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min. 3 years xper., one year in this fld.
Technical Director, Aeronautical En-
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preferred, 3 years exper.
Local Organization - Fund Raiser,
man with, director main exper., writing
skills, chg. of memberships, chapter re-
lations, experienced executive preferred,
dgre, 30's or 40's, preferred.
Large Detroit Company - Chief De-
signer, desire man with architecture
background, pref. MA. Design oriented
for contract design work, primarily in-
stitutional and commercial, 2 or more
years exper. req
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NOUNCHMENTS is available to offically
recognized and registered student or-
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in room 1011 SAB.
Bach Club Meeting, Thurs., July 25th,
8:00 p.m., Guild House, 802 Monroe.
Speaker: Dr. Richard Crawford, "Bach's
Cantata No. 21 ('Ich hatte Viel Bekum-
mernis')". Jelly donuts and conversa-
tion afterwards. For further informa-
tion call 769-2922, 761-1688, 663-6361, or
769-1605.
* * *
Christian Science Organization Tes-
timony Meeting, Thurs., 7:30 p.m., Rm.
3545 SAB.

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