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Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, January'

17, 1973

Meir leaves
Rome,,goes
to Geneva
GENEVA (Reuters) - IsraeI.
Prime Minister Golda Meir Fived
in Switzerland yesterday fo talks
with Ivory Coast President Felix,
Houphouet-Boigny, presumably con-
cerning the recent rupture of dip-
lomatic relations with Israel byj
five African nations.
Strict security precautions were
in force at Geneva 'Airport, when:
Meir arrived after a two-day visit
to Rome, where she became the
first Israeli Prime Minister to hold
consultations with a pope.
During her visit to Rome, under
some of the toughest security mea-
sures ever seen in that city. Meir:
had talks with Italian Prime Mn-I
ister Giulio Andretotti, made a,
courtesy call on President Giovanni
Leone,,.and visited a Rome syna-
gogue where she was met with
shouts of "Vivi Golda."
Although Meir seemed concerned
that the Vatican had tried to play
down the significance of her visitl
with Pope Paul, she told a press:
conference the talks had been oft
great value.
"I was received courteously and
cordially, and I want to put this
on record," she added.
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17
bAY CALENDAR
Psychiatric Le c tu re: M. Shafi,
"~Therapeutic and Adaptive Aspects of
Meditation," CPH Aud., 10:15 am.
American Society of Mechanical En-
gineers: Open luncheon, 229 W. Engin.,j
noon.
Psych. 171 Film Series: "Zucker-!
candi;" "Invention of the Adolescent"j
UGLI Multipurpose Rm., 4 pm.
Botany Seminar: L. Hickey Smith-
sonian Inst., "Leaf Architecture and
its Application to Angiosperm Syste-
matics," 1139 Nat. Sc. Bldg., 4 pm.
Statistics Seminar: W. Roach, EMU,
"The Application of Antithetic Sam-
pling and Simulation," 2429 Mason
Hall, 4 pm.
Industrial & Operations Engineering
Seminar: Capt.; J. Muckstadt, PhD.,
Wight-Patterson A.F.B., "A Muti-
Item, Multi-Echelon Multi-Indenture
Inventory Model," 229 W. Engn., 4
pm.
Computer Lecture Series: "An Intro-
duction to Digital Computers and the
IBM/360/67 Computing System," Nat.
Set. Mud., 7:30 pm.
PESC. OSSP, 4LSA Student Gov't:
State of the University Debate, "i.
University and minorities," Aud. B,
Angell, 7:30 pm.
ENACT: 2051 Nat. St., 7:30 pm.
Hockey: Michigan vs. Michigan State,
Coliseum, 8 pm.
Grad Coffee Hour: E. Conf. Rm.,
Rackham, 8 pm.
Musical Society: Chamber Art Series,
Bartok String Quartet from Budapest,
Rackham Aud., 8:30 pm.
GENERAL NOTICES
Attention Students: Jan. 23, 5 p~m.
Is last date for Winter Term whe
Registrar's Office will: a. Accept Stu-
dent 100 per cent Withdrawal Notes
for refund purposes. (Excluding $50.f
disenrollment fee); b. Allow refund fo
student who reduces hours of cour
credit. Feb. 20. last date for Winter
Term when Registrar's Office will al-
low refund for a 50 per cent With.
drawal.
CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT
3200 SAB
UNITED AIR LINES INC. Announce-
ment: Extensive Stewardess/Steward
recruitment program-more than 1,000
trainees will be selected between now
& the end of March, 1973. Info sheets
describing position available in this!
office.
JEWISH VOCATIONAL SERVICE: F-
nanciali grants for Jewish residents of
Cook County, Ill, to enable grad work
in law, medicine, social work, pycol-
ogy, rehabi]. or vocational counseling,
dentistry, & undergraduate work in
health fields available through Levie
Educational Fund. Chek for complete
info.
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN LABOR
RELATIONS: Offered at U. of Mass fori
employment with labor unions & gov't
service.

DEPARTMENT OF HEW : Brochures
available describing Management In-:G
tern Program which begins in July.
Candidates enter at the GS-7 to 9
level & are eligible for promotion to
GS-9-11 after 1 yr.
B DEGREES INTERESTED IN RE-
GIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING :
So. Col. Economic Development Dis-
trict (SECDD), affiliated with S. Col.
State College, seeking 9 Interns from
minority ethnic groups for 18/mo Mas-
ter's degree work-study program. Sti-
pend & academic expenses.
SUMMER PLACEMENTI
212 SAB, 763-4117
3M Company. St. Paul, Minnesota::
Summer' Technical Emply. Prog. open
to Juniors (having completed that year,
Seniors and grad students in chem.,
physics, ch. engr., elec. engr. Further
details avail.
INTERVIEW
Miss Liberry, London. England. Will
interview Sat., Jan. 20. 3 to 5 on 3rd
Floor, 3532 SAB. Register by phone
763-4117 or in person. Must be able to
type 50 wds per min.
ORGANIZATIONAL NOTICES
Physical Therapy Club meeting, Jan.
17, 1973. 7:00 refreshments, 7:30 meet-
ing. 4th floor curriculum-P Hospital.
Speaker: Karen 'Johnstone
UM Fencing Club Open Meeting, Jan.
17, ,7:00 pm, Union 3rd fl. Conference
Room. No previous experience needed."
Everyone welcome.
Speed Reading
ALMOST INSTANT RESULTS
Double your speed, same com-
prehension in three lessons or
your $15 bock.
CALL
MICHAEL THORYN
761-6683
experienced, independent
instructor

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(ecludi ng beer, win, & cigoretesc)
RAIN BARREL
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WITH THIS COUPONs
TWRSTHE PURCHASE OFAN 2-LB. ROLL
18D PORK a SAUSAGE -
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KROGER WILL
RING OUR SPECIAL
SPICE TRADE-IN OFFER
Kroger will pay you 1Ot
per container for all old
spiced (any brand)
you turn in...
"When you buy the same
)number of new containers of
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Viva $1English. 4-CT
JUMBO PKG
Towels.... ROLLS M fis...1

CLOVER VALLEY IRREGULAR
Whole or Sliced 14 /2oz. cons
Showboat Potatoes .. 1 for $1
Boil in Bag 5-ox. pkg.
Banquet Entrees . . . . 19Sc

BRISK?
Salada Tea Bags} PG T l7tf
FROZEN 10%-OZ WT PKG
Downyf lake Pancakes 2U~

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CutBees....,. !CI-121-OZ O
Cut $1 Chocolate Chips 1BAG 8
TASTY Florida 1/ gal. jug
Kroger Applesauce b6CANS$1 Citrus Blend .. . .. .. 48c

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Jell-O Gelatins

3-OZ 1~A
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CREAMETTES THIN
S ucker's 2-lb. jar
Grape Jelly . . ._.. 44c

In Sauce 534-oz. pkgs.
Penn Dutch Noodles 3 for $1

FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

(excluding bee rwne, & cigarettes)r
S VARIETIES
TABBY CAT FOOD
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WT CANS
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IDAHO
Russet ' #L
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Potatoes...**..B.A.
SWEET 210 SIZE
Tangerines ................. 24 FOR 99

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