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Thursday, March 27, 1975

Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY OFFICIAL B
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Thursday, March 27
i3ay Calendar;
Commission for Women; Women's
Advocate: Cancer Information Days
for Women, 2315 Towsley Ctr., 9
am-5 pm.
WUOM: Sarah Ward, dir., Pro-
gram for Children with Learning
Problems, Mass., "The Contempor-
ary Women's Movement & Its Ef-;
feet on Black Women & the Church,
fect on Black Women & the
Church," 10 am.
Education: David Angus, "Values
Clarification: The Profession aliza-
tion of Life Planning.," 2219 SEB,
noon.
Ctr. Jananese Studies: Harvey,
Taylor, "Japanese Nonverbal Com-
munication," Commons Rm., Lane
Hal, noon.
Pendleton Arts Information Ctr.:j
Open hearth, Ars Musica Pendle-
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ton Ctr., Union, noon. 7
Environmental Studies: M. Ross,!
"Agricultural Resources," CC Little,7
3 pm.
MHRI: Delbert Thiessen, U. of
Texas, Austin, "RegulatoryMecha-
nisms of Social Pheromones in
Mammals," MHRI, 3:45 pm.
CREES : Robt. Kaiser, former
Post corresondent, "News, Literature
and Dissidence in the Capitol of
the USSR," Lec. Rm. 2, MLB, 4 pm.
Ctr. Near Eastern, N. African
Studies: Svat*Soucek, "Egyptin the
Kitabi Bahriye by Piri Reis: Histori-
cal Geography of 16th Century
Egypt," Commons Rm., Lane Hall, 7
4 pm.
Surrealism Colloquium : D I a ne'
Kirkpatrick, Mervin Feiheim, "Sur-
realism and the Visual Arts," Rack-'
ham Amph., 4 pm.j
Physics: RogerSmith, "A Model
NN Interaction Which Includes the

.Senate
ULLETIN1
.-.--->:to iner
N Coupling, Nuclear and Astrophy-
sical Implications," P&A Colloq.
Rm., 4 pm. WASHINGTON (AP)-
Spanish Language, Culture Films: ate approved anE
Picasso is 90; Siquenlosy"El Maes- farm aid bill yesterd
tro"l March of Humanity in Latin rietelvlo
America, 126 Res. Coil., 4 pm. to raise the level of g
Int'l Night: African food, League support for the dair
Cafeteria, 5-7:15 pm. despite the threat o
Argonauts: "Laserium: A Cosmic dential veto.
Laser Light Concert," Power, 6, 8, It also decided to b
10 pm.
Women's Studies Films: Ger- port oforeign-bred
trude Stein: When This You See,; porarily in an attem
Remember Me, Lec. Rm. 1, MLB, 8 prove prices in the
pm. livestock market, an
PTP: Gordone's No Plce ti be ph
Somebody, Mendelssohn, 8 pm. Suprlelsfrt
Music School :Degree recital - Bill industry.
Moersch, percussion, Recital Hall, The measure, as1
8 -pm. the House last week,
Career Planning & Placement the levels of support
3200 SAB, 764-7456

approves bi1l
ease farm aid,

-The Sen-
emergency
ay, voting
overnment
y industry
f a presi-
an the im-
beef tem-
npt to 1m-
domestic
d to raise
he tobacco
passed by
also raises
for wheat,

culture Secretary Earl B'irz to
say he would recommend that
President Ford veto the Wll.
The Senate bill prc)iides a
three-year program; the House,
one year. The Senate measure
also increases the target price
for wheat from $3.10 a bushel,
as approved by the House, to
$3.41.
THE TARGET price involves
a government guarantee t;) pro-
ducers that if the free market
price for a commodity fails be-
low a price set by 1 iw, the
target price, the government
will make up the difference to
the producers.
The decision to raise the to-
bacco support level was chal-
lenged by Sen. Frank Moss (13-
Utah).
Moss introduced a series of
amendments, all defeated, to
eliminate all government sup-
port for the industry, pha.e out
the price supports over four
years, or keep them at their
present level.

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counselors (18 plus), bus driver,
ofc. mgr (21), ofe. clerks, counse-
lors for adults (21).
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terview Tues. April 1 1-5; fields
open only for specialists, check with
ofc.
Walloon Yacht Club, MI: open-
ing for sailing instructor & exp.
arranging races; details available.
Jewish Community Council, Flint
MI: opening Day Camp director
(21) ; Must have admin. & pro-
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Bedford Valley Country Club,
Battle Creek, MI: openings waitress-
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available.
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cotton,. corn and other feed
grains producers.
THE SENATE vote was 57 to
25. The bill now must go to a
conference committee to work
out the differences between the
two houses. The committee is
not expected to meet until after
an Easter recess.
The administration has said
the milk provisions would raise
the store cost of a gallon of
milk by 8 cents within one year,
increase the cost of cheese by
10 cents a pound and butter by
20 cents a pound.
But Sen. Hubert Humphrey
(D-Minn.), who introduced the
higher d a i r y support levels,
arg-ed that the administration
figures were "sheer malarkey,
unadulterated baloney."

Sen. James Abourezk (D-S.D.)
persuaded the Senate to approve
an amendment banning f-r 90
days the import of beef raised
outside of the United States, in
an effort to boost the domestic
livestock industry.
"I SEE no reason why f-reign
countries should be allowed to
dump beef into the United
States when our markat is so

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HE SAID more realistic fig- depressed," said Abourezk be-
ires would be 5 cents for milk, fore the unanimous vote approv-
6 cents for cheese, an i 5 cenis ing the amendment.
for butter, with higher trais- The Senate measure will still
portation c o s t s, advertising have to be reconciled with a
costs, and supermarket labor different version passed by the'
costs bringing about 'any addi-r House.
tional increase. Moss, fighting to remove gov-
The higher dairy supp)rt ievel ernment support for the tobacco
would raise the rate to 85 per growers, argued that su:h sup-I
cent of parity, from the present port was inconsistent wilt ef-
level of 80 per cent. forts to reduce smoking.
The Agriculture Department "How can we mandate a
said last week this would bring warning on every pack of ciga-
about the higher prices, and cost rettes and continue these subsi-
the government $493 million dies for growing tobacco?" he
within a year, prompting Agri- asked.
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The newspaper said the re-
ports that he was killed while
holding court as he cele'rated
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and as the king stood up to
greet him, he shot the king in
i the head and in the neck. The
Saudi state radio describ'.d the
killer as a "deranged" nephew
of the king.
The fate of the prince, said to
be 27 and a graduate of the
University of Colorado, remain-
ed a mystery.
There were conflicting repor:s
that he was killed by Faisal's
bodyguards, pardoned by the
fatally wounded monarch as he!
lay dying on the palace floor,
or arrested and held fog execu-
tion.
ONE EGYPTIAN newspaper,
reported that the alleged assas-
sin is being interrogited by,

THE NEWSPAPER said the
assassin, Prince Faisal Ibrn Mu-
saed, forced his way into the
room brushing a s i d e royal
guests who tried to stop him,

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Saudi authorities pending trial.
The report said he would be
tried according to the law of
Sharia, the strict Islamic code
of ethics that prescribes behead-
ing as the only pe-laly for
murder.
The newspaper said ,;hat Kirg
Khaled and Crown Prince Fahed
were supervising the investiga-
tions personally and that Saudi
authorities decided to try the
princeafter doctors rep :tedhe
was sane and responsible for
his actions.
Vice President Nelson Rocke-
feller flew to Saudi Arabia with
a personal message from Presi-
dent Ford. He arrived three
hours after the burial and was
greeted at the airport at Jid-
da by Prince Ahmed Bin Abd
al Aziz, one of the slain king's
many brothers.
R O C K E F E L L E R,
who planned to continue on to
Rivadh tomorrow, said he came
to convey to you.and the people
"of Saudi Arabia our sincere
condolences at the tragic death
of King Faisal, and to reaffirm
the deep friendship of the Presi-
dent and people of the United
States for the kingdom of Saudi
Arabia."
Radio stations in Kuwait,
Egypt, Syria and the United
I Arab Emirates hooked in with
the Saudi state radio in Riyadh
to broadcast the funeral.

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