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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, January 27, 1977

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UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
with PDP-9 and acsembler language required.
Knowledge of computer graphics and program-
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20 hrs.'week.
Contact DARLENE HARGRAVES
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Non-discriminatory, affirmative action employer

Amertican diplomat
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JOHANNESBURG, South Af-
rica (P) - Black U.S. diplomat
Joe Segars was refused permis-
sion to eat in a downtown Jo-
hannesburg restaurant yester-
:Iay despite his official Ameri-
can status.
"We had reservations and we
were deniedservice," Segars
said after the incident at Chez
Andre, a restaurant reserved for
whites and specializing in
French cuisine.
Segars, a Philadelphian, works
at the U.S. consulate in Johan-
nesburg and one of his respon-
sibilities is arranging visas for
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seated, saying he needied a spec-
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The manager could not be
reached for comment.
"This is the first such exper-
ience he has had," U.S. Consul
General William Johnson said.
"He has gone to other w h i t e
restaurants and has generally
been met with nothing but cour-
teous treatment."
Johnson said there was some
ambiguity in South African law
regarding black diplomats, al-
though in general restaurants
here are strictly segregated.
-'HE SAID the incident would
be discussed with U.S. Embas-
sy officials in Pretoria w h o
would decide if any protest
should be made to the South Af-
rican authorities.
Segars, who arrived here in
June with his wife, Elizabeth,
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two black American diplomats
assigned to South Africa. The
other is Richard Baltimore, who
works at the U.S. Embassy in
Pretoria.

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Rep. Sikes loses post

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YOUR
DELIVERY?

WASHINGTON {P) - Pro-
ponents of a tough ethics code
for members of Congress claim-
ed a major victory, yesterday
as House Democrats voted by
a 2-1 margin to oust Rep. Rob-
ert Sikes of Florida from a key
subcommittee chairmanship.

House Appropriations Commit-
tee that annually doles out mil-
lions for construction of mili\l
tary facilities grew out of a
reprimand given him by the
House last year for misuse of
influence in certain financial
dealings.

The challenge to Sike's con-' Sikes had the support of
trol of a sub-committee of the ' House Speaker Thomas O'Neill

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(D-Mass.) and Majority Leader
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by an overwhelming margin of
189 to 93. This gave hope to re-
formers seeking legislation for
a strict code of ethics for Con-
gress..
REP. MARK HANNAFORD,
(D-Calif.), said it was "a vic-
tory for the cause of good gov-
ernment"because "what good
is a reprimand if it results in
no change?"
SIKES, A CONGRESSMAN
since 1940, is third - ranking
Democrat on the Appropria-
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Thursday, January 27, 1977
DAILY CALENDAR
WUOM: A- talk with Himan
Brown, producer CBS Radio Mystery
Theatre, and actress Ann Shepherd.
Sound effects are included, 10 a.m.
Ctr., Human Growth/Develop-
ment: Ernesto Pollitt, Mass. Insti-
tute of Technology, "Critique on the
Evidence of Malnutrition and Men-
tal Development," E. Conf. Room,
Rackham, 3:30 p.m.
CMB Seminar: James E. Cleaver,
U. of California Medical School SF,
Calif., "Defective DNA Synthesi in
Human Disease," Main Amph., Hos-
pital, 4 p.m.
Ctr., Human Growth/Develop-
ment: Frank Smith, The Ontario
Institute for Studies in Education,
"Making Sense of Reading," Schor-
ling; Aud., SEB, 4 p.m.
Geology/ Mineralogy: James H.
Clement. AAPG distinguished lec-
turer, Shell Oil Co., "Geologic His-
tory-Key to Accumunation at Ce-
dar Creek (Oil in the Williston Ba-
sink)" 2501 CC Little, 4 p.m.
Guild House: Poetry Reading, Ker-
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802 Monroe, 7:N0 p.m.
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The Rambler in North
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Beyond Life-4.00
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Thursday, January 27, 1977
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