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Explosions hit

EDAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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Cali. c
By The Associated Press
Bombers struck the San Fran-
cisco bay area yesterday, olack-
ing out electric power for 5-
000 customers in San Jose and1
causing an estimated $luO,000
damage to the Berkeley bui'd-
ing that houses th FB.
Authorities had no suspects 1
in either attack and -lid not
know if the explosions were
linked.
THE RED Guerrilla Family, a
group previously unknown tc au-
thorities, claimed responsibility
for the Berkeley bombhg.
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Friday, March 28 Music School: Woodwind guin- Summer Placement
Day Calendar tet, Rackhiam Aud., 8 pm.; David 3200 SAB, 763-4117
Industrial, Operations Eng.: Frank Parsons, baritone, Recital Hall, 8 Register In person or by phone,
A communication said tie a1 tern An OptiEmizato Mdel for pInt'l Folk Dance: Barbour Gym, Interviw Mon.w Mar 31m 9-r open
takwscridot" oi Long Range Planning of Electric 8:5 m ing~s: specialists in water skiing,
darity with the Symbion.e Lib- Power Generation," 220 W. Eng., 9 Career Planning & Placement sailing,. camp craft dir. (21), gen.
eration Army and all mther am. 3200 sAB, 764-7456 counselors (18 plus), bus driver,
comrdesunde atack ram WUOM: Margaret Mead, at Conf. Interviewing on campus: Apr. 2, Ofc. mgr (21), ofc. clerks, counse-
thcoliial polier o att e Amr- on Aging, Amer. Museum of Natur- 1975-IOsCO Intermed. Soh. Dist. lors for adults (21).
th oltca oic f h Ae-al History, NYC, 10 am. for Msw's; April 3, 1975-MI Dept. Camp Dunmore, Vermont Coed:
ikan capitalist state." CCS: J. Friedman, "Natural Lan- Soc. serv., Genessee Co. Drug Treat- Interview 'rues. Apr. 1 1-5 & Wed.
Meanwilein Lo. Ane~esguage Processing," 2050 Friere, 10 ment Prog.. Det. Memorial Hosp., 9-5; openings: sailing, canoeing,,
ea hi, nLs.A eesam. Carroilton Pub. Sch. & City of Det. tennis, archery, tripping & pianist;
a man claiming to be a :nemi'er Big Ten Gymnastics Champion- Personnel Dept. for Msw's or rel. age 20 up.
of a Cuban group said he plant- ships: Crisler Arena, 10 am, 1L 7, & degree; Apr. 4. 1975-Drug Abuse Camp Maplehurst. MI Coed: in-
ed ahomemde bomb that 8:30 pm. Treatment Clinic, Centerline, MI. terview Tues. April 1 1-5; fields
e a memaEducational Media Ctr.: schizo- Camp Hightield, Inc., Browndale open only for specialists, check with
caused minor damage eatly phrenia: The Shattered Mirror, Intern'l, N.E. MI Comm. Mental oft.
yesterday to a building hou.. schorling Aud., sEB, noon. Health Servs. Bd., & Dept. of Fain- Walloon Yacht Club, MI: open-
Political science: K. subrahman- ily Serv. Agency of St. Clair Co. ing for sailing instructor & exp.
ing the Panama G~vernment yan, dir. Inst. for strategic Studies for Msw's. arranging races; details available.
Tourist Bureau. India, "Proliferation and the In- Newspaier Reporting Fellowship- Jewish Community Council, Flint
dian Nuclear Explosion," E, Cont. one in mnetro government reporting; MI: opening Day Camp director
Rm., Rackham, 3-4:30 pm., one in business reporting; open to (21): Must have admin. & pro-
ton, volleyball, tennis, jogging, $1500 stipend. appl. deadline April able.
Waterman, Barbour Gyms, 7:30-10:30 10; write Personnel Director,Minn, Bedford Valley Country Glub,
pm. Star & Tribune Co., 425 Portland .Battle Creek, MI: openings waitress-
PTP: GordOne's No Place to Be Ave., Mlnn MN 55415 es & bartenders; good salary.

TONIGHT AT
8 PM
"A JOY! NEIL SIMON'S
BEST PLAY YET."
- Cdive Barnes, N.Y. Times
EDDIE ARNY
BRACKEN FREEMAN
NEW COMEDY
Professional Theatre Proqram
MARCH 28-30, 1975
POWE R CENTER
Evea 8 -~.
Advance ticket sales & in-
formation: PTP ticket office;
Mendelssohn lobby, (313)
764-0450. Tic k e ts also
available at Hudson's Briar.
wood.

o sucessr kig

. AP Photo
Instant destruction
Scores of buildings in the Texas panhandle town of Lefors
were destroyed by a tornado that swept throughi the town
yesterday. Over 40 people were injured and a three-year-old
girl was killed when the funnel struck.

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) -
Thousands of Saudis paid hom-
age yesterday to King Khaled,
the new ruler of this oil-rich de-
sert nation, underscoring the
smooth transition of power that
followed the assassination of
King Faisal.
Vice President Nelson Rocke-
feller also met with Khaled and
Crown Prince Fahd and said
they assured him that the Saudi
government would continue its,

efforts to expand cooperation
with the United States.
ROCKEFELLER, here to pay
respects to Faisal, a friend of
the American government who
was assassinated on Tuesday,
also met with Egyptian Presi-
"dent Anwar Sadat for 75 min-
utes and said Sadat expressed
dedication to finding a 'rapld so-
lution to the Middle East prob-
lem.

LARGEST EVER:
U.S. reports huge
Feb. trade surplus

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WASHINGTON (A') - A sharp
drop in oil imports left the na-
tion's trade accounts with the
biggest mtonthly surplus on re-
cord in February, the govern-
ment reported yesterday.
The Commerce Department
figures' showed that total im-
ports slipped 18.2 per cent, ove'r-
coming by a wide margin a 6.6
per cent drop in exports.
THE RESULT was a $917
million trade surplus. The fig-
ure marked a shairp reversal
in January's $210.5 milli'rn de-
ficit.
January's sharp rise in oil
imports to a record 285 mnillion
bares atibtd timoters'
eagenes to b eat ateb r1 in-
crease in import tariffs by $1 a
barrel, was the primary factor
in that deficit.
The drop in February imports
to 156 million barrels was an
apparent response to the build-

of 1965.
By the old method, imports
were computed on the basis of
their declared customs value.
The new method bases tha com-
putation on a so-called trans-
action value.
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Volume LXXXV, No. 141
- Friday, March 28, 1975
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mon's The Sunshine Boys, Power,
Ivr Mime: "Good Friday Per-
formance," E. Lounge, Bursley, 8
Art History: Lecture/demonstra-
tion, "Eighteenth Century Dance,"
Baroque Dance Ensemble, Bes. Coll..
Aud., 8 pm.
$2.50$4
Rounder Record's
H ighwoods
Strigband
double fiddles, guitar,
banjo, bass
"explosive energy"
-N.Y. Times

Thank God it's Friday
Today
and every Frdday

12-5 P.M. WHILE THEY LAST
Ski Movies every Mon. & Tues. Nites
Live Entertainment
Every Sunday night 8-11 P.M.
NO COVE
310 MAYNARD

A P~o W*SE1Ib ~pWI TluM~w~W~D~A

up of stocks in January. ~ p ***e* **
THE TRADE balance s u r- f g j
plus was some of the best news ~ Th r -I
in months for tbe beleaguered : difference! *
U..dollar, which had b e e n PREPARE FOR:
eroding steadily in foreign mar- . Over 35 years
kets. Speculation that trade per- : M CAT ofexprinc
formance figures would show * and success
jmprovement yesterday lx a d : DAT .:. :
pushed the dollar up on some * ml lse
international markets Wednes- @ ~ I volumious home 0
day. * g!DC stuymate'.rIa's :
A trade surplus means more UEi. 0
money is being spent on the: ITS ouse taae: 0
nation's domestic goods and thus uo cnsanl upae
means less money is being sip- * NCAT Taefcliisfr :
honed out of its recession-plag- 0 reviews of class *
ued economy overseas. 0 PAT lssandoruse:
Despite February's improve- . LE materials
ment, the balance for the first : L X
two months of the year s t i11e Make-ups for
lags behind the same period last : ECFMG misdlsos -
year when the surplus was e9 '
$855.1 million. ATL ME DO *
THE NATION concluded last THOUSANDS HAVE
year with its second worst trade RAISED THEIR SCORES *
deficit on record and a worse * write or caii
deficit is expected by the end : (313) 354-0085 0
of this year. * 21711 W. Ten Mile Rd.
The February surplus was * Southfield, Mi. 48015 :
computed on a new basis l1il- *
tiated last month. Comnar able 0
figures go back for one year 1
But Commerce said even f gur- *
ing the surplus on its old bas s, *,EDUCATIONAL CENTER *
ofth centry, the $8s79.3 million
total surpasses the previous '- -.--
high of $878 million in M'irch Branches In Maor U s Oites

or corme

to 420 Maynard.

IL

Joi the
third. big

We are endinq our unique,
no lonqer economically feas-
'new'-book discount. We don',t
enjoy doinq this, so we're
Iextendinq it throuqh March
U31st to qive customers a
may wnta 5 % dison
/ from 's; itanate"ta o
better d e a I than anyone
else's - and of course we*
will match any other store's
chane toth Ttose "wh~o
ae n supported us, atnd to
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But that's what the
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back to God.
make useful ctizens of the world. He crowded out evila whd
reason, religion and kindness in a (what was then unheard of)
The ideals of St. John Bosco are still with us today. His
work goes on in boys clubs, technical and academic schools,
guidance centers, summer camps and missions. And his very
human approach is very evident in the family spirit of the
Salesians. This is the way he wanted it. This is the way it is.
The Salesian experience isn't learned - it's lived.
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Probably not..All things considered you do
what you do pretty doggone well. After all, no one
has taken your job. Adyour eaigregulal.
But.-.-
But have you ever considered what doing your
job just a little better might mean?
Money. Cold hard coinof the realm.
If each of us cared just a smidge more about
what we do for a living, we could actually turn that
inflationary spiral around. Better products, better
service and better management would mean savings
for all of us. Savings of much of the cash and frayed
nerves it's costing us now for repairs and inefficiency.
Point two..By taking more pride in our work
we'll more than likely see America regaining its
strength in the competitive world trade arena. When
the balance of payments swings our way again we'll
all be better off economically.
So you see-the only person who can really

say that we're only at the
do for oiur customers.
Onlys 4 days left!

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