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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, February.15, 1977

TuesayFebuary.5_197
Pag _iItTEMCIA AL

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CENTRAL STUDENT JUDICIARY'
OPENINGS-
The Michigan Student Assembly is now accepting applica-
tions for the five openings on the Student Supreme Court.
The Judiciary renders decisions on student activity griev-
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and student government.
To apply and for further information, come to
the MSA offices at 3909 Michigan Union Build-
ing; or call 763-3241 or 763-3242.

Saudis threaten oil price hike

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In Israel, informed sources
reported that during Vance's
visit Israeli officials may revivel
their proposal to exchange s'me
of the occupied territories for in-
dividual no-war agreements
with their Arab foes. The Is-
raelis had shelved the proposal
when the Arabs began pushing
last year for resumption of the
Geneva pe'ace talks to work out
an over-all Arab-Israeli s 3ttle-
ment.
PUBLICLY, the Israelis have
stressed their readiness 1o re-
turn to Geneva as long as the
Palestine Liberation Organ za-
tion (PLO) is not present as a
separate, full-fledged ; partici-
pant. But with the Arabs now
insisting onPLOparticipation,
the Israelis say privately that
talk of resuming the conference
now is unrealistic.
Vance has said that on his
mission to six Mideast countries
he plans to explore a reported
shift toward moderation by the
PLO.
A PLO official, Ghazi Hus-
sein, said in a letter released
yesterday in Vienna, Austria,
that "peace in the Middle East

is nearer than ever before." He to Israel for the fiscal year be- the current rate of 1.6 million
attributed this in part to "the ginning October 1978. President barrels. A top official was quot-
Arab and international rev-rgni- Carter has added $285 million ed as saying production would
tion of the PLO:" to the $1.5 billion budget fo, Is- be maintained at the present
ISRAELI OFFICIALS remain rael by Ford, but the Israelis level for two or three years.
skeptical about talk of PLO are seeking a total of $2.3 bil- -The Israeli government and
moderation. PLO leader Yasir lion. labor unions initialed an agree-
Arafat "may play tactics with Saudi Arabia's expectations of ment freezing prices, wages and
any Western leader, but he can't U.S. pressure on Israel in ex- taxes as a stopgap measure to
fool us," Israel's Foreign Mn- change for holding down oil calm the nation's strike-ridden
ister Yigal Allon said during the price increases were first voiced economy. The package, to last
visit last week of U.N. Secre- in December by Sheik Ahmed until June 30, lacked the support
tary-General Kurt Waldheim. Zaki Yamani, the Saudi oil min- of the influential manufacturers'
Arafat reportedly told Wald- ister. Yamani made similar t e- union, which has demanded a
heim that the Palestinians would marks last week, but Prince tougher antistrike policy.
agree to establishment of a Pal- Saud's statement was the first -Egypt's parliament expelled
estinian state made up of the threat to raise prices if Ameri- a Egyp t met forecrid-
West Bank of the Jordan River! can pressure on the Israelis was inindependent member for crit-
and the Gaza Strip, but still insufficient, icizing Pdescriin t Aweeksade
would neither recognize nor Thefndumron g last week s ref-
make peace with Israel. frinmnse oe rnu ntuhnwatro
The Israelis plan to remind that to increase or decrease oil measures as play-acting. The ac-
phes is not difficult for us. ButEtion was taken against Kamal
Vance of a commitment they .we hope that conditions will not! Eddin Hussein, a former Eg'p
say then-President Gerald Ford oreus ta nin dIn usi etomrEyp-
say henPresden Gerld ordforce us into positions whion we tian vice president.
made to Prime Minister Yitz- might have to take."
hak Rabin in September 1975 - In the referendum, the law-
that the United States would not, IN OTHER Middle East devel- and-order measures received a
recognize the PLO until the opments yesterday: 99.42 per cent margin of approv-
guerrilla organization recognizes -The Middle East Economic al, according to Egyptian offi-
Israel's right to exist . nd agrees survey reported that Abu Dhabi, cials. They were imposed in the
to U.N. resolutions calling for richest member of the six-sheik- wake of rioting Jan. 18-19 to
negotiations. dam United Arab Emirates, has protest government food price
ISRAELI officials also plan to no plans to increase its daily increass. Sadat blamed the
ask Vance to increase U.S. aid production of crude oil above riots on Communists.

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Kubelka creates
exacting films
(Continued from Page 5) a post-cinema age, and that we
that "the actual rootage I use think differently as a result of
is like brick for the arobitect." the existence of the film me-
Kubelka made some extreme- dium.
ly interesting points about art "The art of cinema is the lead-
and its relationship to human- ing art of our time. It has be-
ity. During his lecture, he stated come the popular art of Amer-
emphatically that, "C o m m o n ica. It has become the medium
sense is the only thing you have of expression."
to have to understand all art. SPEAKING FOR h i s own
AFTERWARDS, however, he cinema, Kubelka said, "I never
did qualify that statement by 'tried to be underground or out-
emphasizing that one must real- side or for the few. I see myself
ly want, or even need contact as a crafteran who makes good
with works of art to be able tots.cIfwanwyodyeoad
understand them. "Those who things. I want everybody to par-
need it will be open to it," he !tae nter reled any
said. "In order to understand fit.'imhheornev~ereally rea any
art youIhave to invest time, you film theies, except superfi-
have to really like it, it has to and I can only function like
gie some tingAll thes atepts that. I am my own philosopher."
to bring art to the people are Kubelka sees an ever-increas-
useless. However, if you are ing interest in non-industrial
free enough and not bound to cinema, but feels that its full
preconceived concepts of seeing appreciation has far to go. Re-
and understanding, you can un- gardless of public opinion, he
derstand complex films, new remains a man passionately
languages." dedicated to his art, a man who
According to Kubelka, cinema can say "I must really love what
is the new language. He claims I do. Then I have a justification
that there is a pre-cinema and for doing it."

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