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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, February 13, 197

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JET TO THE SUN in
NASSAU BAHAMAS
SPRING BREAK
SUNDAY, MARCH 2-SUNDAY, MARCH 9
rRIP INCLUDES:
* Round t r i p a i r transportation via TRANSAIR
BOEING 737 jet from Windsor non-stop to Nassau
* 7 nights accommodation at the deluxe HYATT
EMERALD BEACH HOTEL on beautiful Cable Beach
in Nassau
* Round t r i p transfers and baggage handling in
Nassau including tips.
PRICE PER PERSON FROM
Double-$304.00; Triple-$284.00; Quad-$274.40

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Newspaper
names new
editors
(Continued from Page 1)
primary field of study.
FEATURE Editor Jo M1,cot-
ty draws the tough duty of gen-
erating long detailed stories on
timely issues. A hisiry concen-
trator, she will also be direc-tly
involved in training r.-w staff
members.
Economics major Stephen Sel-
bst will fill the city editor's po-
sition which includes handling
material developing in the com-
munity. He will also lend a hand
in covering important Univer-
sity stories.
Rounding out the news editor,
is Special Projects Editor Bar-
bara Cornell, a political scence
concentrator. She will ba the
newspaper's "think :ank --de-
veloping innovations ix-th in
news coverageand layout.
HEADING the edit page is
Paul Haskins, a journalism cn-
centrator. He must take on the
responsibility of producing the
page five days a week as edi-
torial director.
Arts Editor David Blomquist
will bring Daily readers infor-
mation about and reviews of the
cultural events in and aroand
Ann Arbor. Blomquist is major-
ing in political science and is
the only sophomore among the
new editors.

AP Photo
Abandon all Hope
The S.S. Hope, the great white hospital ship that traveled 250,0 000 m i I e s bringing modern medicine to nations around the
world is towed out of the Philadelphia Navy Yard yesterday on the way to a Texas scrap yard. Later in the day, the Hope
had to be beached after she was rammed by the tug towing her.

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Feb. 13-14, 10 a.m.-8mp.m.
Feb. 15, 0a.m.-6 p.m.

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unless we increase our inem-
bership, and our members in-
crease their use of the club.
We've told them they've not to,
start coming in."
'In order to prompt interest ins
the club, the Board of Directors
has recently instituted a new
dues rate, where a member
pays five dollars for use of the
dining facilities through the end
of the winter school term, or
eight dollars through the end
of spring term.
In the past, dues were paid
on a sliding scale. Students,
lower income University em-s
ployes, and alumni not living in
Washtenaw County paid the low-
est fee of $10 a year. Ocher Uni-
versity employes paid $20 per
year, and maximum du,-,s v ere,

ADDIS ABABA (Reuter) -
Ethiopia's troubled Eritrea pro-
vince was reported quiet yester-
day, as foreign ministers con-
tinued to arrive here for today's
opening of the 24th Ordinary
Ministerial Council meeting of
the Organization of A f r i c a n
Unity (OAU).
United Nations Secretary Gen-
eral Kurt Waldheim has appeal-
ed to the OAU to help prevent
further bloodshed in the pro-
vince, but the virtual civil war
there is highly unlikely to be
raised formally at the meeting,
OAU sources said.
Senat
group X
thwarts
tax plansI
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LATEST e s t i m a t e s put at
around 1,850 the death t ll in
the full-scale fighting, which
erupted on January 31, between
Ethiopian government troops
and guerrillas seeking the seces-1
sion of Eritrea from Ethiopia.
OAU sources said that fight-
ing in Eritrea could not be dis-
cussed unless the Ethiopian mil-
itary government requested the
organization's assistance in try-
ing to end the strife.
However, the ruling military
council here is known to be,
strongly opposed to any attempt
at internationalizing woat it;
considers a purely intecWial af-
fair and, in the words of a coun-
cil spokesman, a small problem
at that.
WALDHEIM sent his appeal
to President Mohammed Siad
Barre of Somalia, current cliair-
man of the OAU. But diplbmatic
sources here said that the ap-
peal had not so far been passed
on to Somalia's foreign jmn-
ister, Omar Arteh Ghakb, who
will chair the meeting.

President Jaafar El Nimeir
of the Sudan has offered his
help in bringing the two sides
to the negotiating table anal last
Sunday dispatche- a high-rank
ing delegation are with
ceasefire appeal.
The head of the delegation
Gamal Mohammed A h m e d
Minister of State in the Su
danese foreign office, told cor
respondents here last night that
the Ethiopian reply to the ap
peal had been encouraging.
BUT DIPLOMATS as well
Eritrean and Ethiopian sources
expressed skepticism over the
prospect of an early meetin
between the Ethiopians and the
guerrillas. T h e y said t h a t
neither side appeared prepare
to change its attitude.
President Nimeiry's appeal
called for an. immedia-e cease-
fire, a general amnesty for
members of the Eritrean guer-
rilla organizations, and direct
talks-without precondiions.

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(Continued from Page!1) Thursday, February 13
national debt from the current Day Calendar
$495 billion to $531 billion ISMRRD: E. H. Nober, "Auditory
through June 30. Perceptual Development :" D. J
Johnson, "Perception and Educa-
That House-passed bill won tional Planning," 130 S. 1st, 9:30
unanimous approval of the Fi- am-noon.
nance Committee yesterday. WUOM: Highlights, Wildlife
Ford already has imposed the Symposium on Endangered &
first $1 of the $3-per-barrel tax Threatened Species, with host, Dr.
Marlin Perkins, 10:05 am.
on imported oil, without needing Id., Operations Eng.:YFilm,
congressional action. Enactment They Want to Make Work Human
wipe out that tax and delay Again, 229 W. Eng., noon. Panhel-
of the 90-day-delay bill would lenic Plant Sale: Union Ballroom,
imposition of another $1 on 10 am- pm.
March 1 and the final $1 on Pendleton Ctr.: Open Hearth,
poetry reading, Emery George, Un-
April 1. ion, noon.
Under Ford's plan, the $3 tax Ctr. Janapese Studies: Beth
would he removed if Congress Berry, "Remnants of Momoyama
woul be emovd ifCongessCastle," Commons Rm., Lane Hall,
approves the remainder of his noon.
energy program, which includes MHRI: Jennifer Buchwald, UCLA
sharply higher taxes on gaso- "Brainstem Substrates of Classical
line, natural gas and other fuels, Conditioning and Habituation,"
lin, nturl gs ad oherfues,1057 MH2RI, 3:45 pm.
as well as repeal of federal con- Grt Lakes Research: Robt. C.
trols on energy prices. Harris, FL State U., White Aud.,

Cooley Lab, 4 pm.
Ctr. Chinese Stu( ": CREES:
Ctr. W. European Studies: Peter
McDonough, "Succession in Portu-
agal." Conf. Rm., Rackham,'4 pm.
G e o 1 o g y, Mineralogy: Durk
Doornbos. "The Earth's Core as
viewed through Seismic Array,"
2501 C. C. Little, 4 pm.
Journalism: Richard Reeves, host,
WNBC's "Sunday" program, "The
Front Page Isn't Comedy," Aud. A,
Angell, 4 pin.
Nuclear Seminar: W.S. Rodney,
Natl Science Foundation, Cal.
Tech., "Non-Resonat Radiative
Capture in Nuclear Structure and
Astrophysics," P&A Colloq. Rm., 4
pmn.
Spanish Language Films: Fidel
Castro, 126 Res. Coll., 4 pm.
Int'l Night: Czech. food, League
Cafe, 5-7:15 pm.
Kelsey: Henry S. Robinson, Cage
Western Reserve U., "Temple Hill
in Corinth - Recent Excavations,"
Aud. D, Angell, 8 pm.
Women's Studies Films: Frances
Flaherty: Hidden and Seeking,
Lec. Rm. 1, MLB, 8 pm.
Music School: Wm Malm, "Holo-
graphic Projectors and Readers for
Classrooms and Research," Rack-
ham Aud., 8 pm.
Musical Society: Goldovsky Op-
era Theatre, Power, 8 pm.

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Psychodrama training for Psych.
BA's thru U. S. Dept. of HEW,
Wash. D. C. beg. July 1, 12-month
internships with stipend of $6,282
(more if higher degree or exp.);
submit Civil Service Form 171 to
Employment Ofe, Psychodrama
Prog., St. Elizabeth's Hosp., Wash.
DC 20032.
Pre-Professional Traineeships, 12-
months, offered by The Devereux
Foundation, Devon, PA, for Psych.
majors; stipends $316/mo plus hous-
ing & bd.; higher ay for pre-doc-
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grad students, 12 mo. internships.
Minority students interested in
health career: Harvard offers Sum-
mer Prog., Science or Math training
on job, without charge for rm.,
board, tuition; especially for sophs.
& jrs.; appl. deadline Mar. 1.

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