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Wednesday, March 34,.197?

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page THree

WenedyMac 3,-177TH ICIGNDAL

DAILY DIGEST ARCH 30, 1977

From Wire Service Reports

Se. Vance't

frequency signals to the sub-

iternational
Crash survivors
return to U.S.
SANTA CRUZ DE TENER-
IFE, Canary Islands - The
deputy director of Santa Cruz's
airport said yesterday the pilot
of the Dutch jumbo jet that
collided with a Pan American
jumbo causing 575 deaths "did
not receive clearance from the
control tower to take off."
A Dutch aviation official chal-
lenged the statement but indi-
cated there may have been con-
fusion over instructions issued
by the tower.
Meanwhile, a U. S. Air Force
C130 carrying 58 of the 71 sur-
vivors of Sunday's disaster took
off from the airport over the
wreckage of the two jumbo
jets. Most of the survivors were
to be flown to the U. S. Army
Burn Center in San Antonio,
Tex., U. S. officials said.
A source close to Pan Ameri-
can had -nn comment on the
statement by the airport's dep-
uty director, Juan Linares, but
he indicated the last order to
the Dutch pilot was "clear to
hold," indicating that the pilotE
had no clearance when 1ke be-
gan takeoff.
In Amsterdam, KLM said it
was "comoletely unthinkable"
that the pilot would have at-
tempted a take off without prop.
er clearance.
Franz van Reiisen, chief of
the a c c i d e n t investiga-
tion branch of the Dutch Civil
Aviation Authority, said here
"clearance was given by the
tower and confirmed by KLM."
At a news conference attend-
ed only by Dutch reoorters, Van
Reijsen was quoted as saying
more information was needed
before fault could be attributed
to KLM.
When the steerling wheel vi-
brates enough to tickle the
driver's hands he should look
for defects in the car's wheels
or steering mechanism.
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more information, phone 764-9270.
Wednesday, March 30, 1977
DAY CALENDAR
WUOM: National Town Meeting
"Foreign Policy Prospects," guests,
Sen. Dick Clark of Iowa and Sen.
James Pearson of Kansas, modera-
tor, Marily Berger, NBC.
CEW: Financial Aid Information
Clinic, brown bag lunch, discussion
to cover when and how to apply for
grants, loans, & other forms of fi-
nancial aid, for women considering
a return to school, 328 Thompson,
12 noon.
Statistics: Prof. Saul Hymans, "A
Survey of partially Solved Problems
in Econometric Theory," -3227 Angell,
4 p.m.
Physics/Astronomy: R. W. Wil-
liams, U. of Washington, "Muon g-2:
"he Last Word," Dennison Colloqui-
2, 4 p.m.

'V"' '" ' 'rmarine fleet.
in Moscow
Carter approves
MOSCOW-Secretary of Stater
Cyrus Vance said yesterday that arms sale
the lack of a Russian response WASHINGTON - President
to American proposals for a Carter, who calls past U.S.
comprehensive nuclear armsCatrwh clspstUS
treaty might mean the Soviets arms sales policy too unrestric-
are seriously interested. ted and dangerous, has approv-
Vance told reporters at the ed more than $2 billion worth
end of his second day of meet- of military construction con-
ings in Moscow that the treaty tracts, logistical support and
proposals he made Monday had NATO arms sales, his spokes-
not come up once in five hours man said yesterday.
of talks with Foreign Minister White House Deputy Press'
Gromyko. Secretary Rex Granum said
"Indeed, I'm glad it didn't Carter is awaiting completion
come up today," Vance said, rmssalenteragencybefore deci
"because it indicates to me that arms-sanaditore 1.ciio
serious consideration is being ing on an additional $1.6 billion
given to the question of SALT worth of military sales propo-
and the proposals which have sals approved by Secretary of
been tabled." State Cyrus Vance.
More negotiation were sched- Granum said Vance is review-
uled for today, and Vance said ing an additional $1.432 billion
it was possible he might ex- ir military sales - for a grand
tend his stay.g total of $5.032 billion in proposed
Instead of SALT, the Strateg- construction contracts, arms
ic Arms. Limitation Treaty, sales and logistical support be-
-Vance said he and Gromyko ing considered by the govern-
spent the day discussing nlu- ment.
clear test bans, troop cuts in Of the $2 billion Carter ap-
Central Europe, controlling the proved, more than half "are
spread of nuclear weapons and sales involving either construc-
the sale of regular weapons, and tion or follow-on logistical sup-
demilitarizing the Indian Ocean. port for systems already sold,"
IHe said they "touched very Granum told reporters.
briefly" on conflicts in southern He said this amount is "not
Africa, where Soviet President necessarily" for North Atlantic'
Nikolai Podgornythis week Treaty Organization allies. But
pledged continuing support of Granum refused to specify eith-
I black nationalist movements er the countries or the areas of
;fighting to topple white minority the world for which it is intend-
governments in Rhodesia and ed.
South Africa. I "The bulk of the remaining
"We agreed in a number of cases are weapons transfers tol
these areas to set up follow-on I NATO countries," Granum said.
working groups to continue the Carter will send his approval
discussions we started today," to Congress on Wednesday, and
Vance said. 2 days later the details of the
sales will be made public, Gra-
num said. He said Congress has
an additional 30 days thereafter
to take action before the sales,
go through.

S AwCostume Design -
"Fellini's Casanova."
LOS ANGELES - Here is the Original Score - "The Omen."
Song Score and Adaptation -
list of winners at the 49th an- "Bound For Glory."
nual Academy Awards on Mon- "ndoG y
day night: Cinematography - "Bound
Picture - "Rocky." For Glory."
Actor - Peter Finch in Film Editing - "Rocky."
"Network." Original Song - "Evergreen"
Actress - Faye Dunaway in from "A Star Is Born."
"Network." Original Screenplay -
Supporting Actor - Jason' "Network" by
Robards in "All the Paddy Chayefsky.
President's Men." Screenplay - "All The

Mental Health Research Institute
SEMINAR SERIES
Mabel Hokin-Neaverson
Departments of Psychiatry and Psysiological Chemistry
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin
"Neurotransmitters and
Membrane Lipids"
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1977

Supporting Actress - Beatrice
Straight in "Network."
Director - John G. Avidsen
for ''Rocky." .
Foreign Language - "Black
And White In Color"
Ivory Coast.
Live Action Short - "In
TheRegion Of Ice."
Animated Short - "Leisure."
Sound Achievement - "All
The President's Men."
Feature Documentary -
"Harlan County, U.S.A."
Short Subject Documentary -
"Number Our Days."
Art Direction - "All
The President's Men.'"

President's Men" by
William Goldman.
Special Visual Achievement -
"King, Kong" and
"Logan's Run."
State
"Presidential
primary defeated
LANSING - The state House
Elections Committee voted
unanimously yesterday to kill
the Michigan presidential pri-

mary.
Backers of the measure,
which now goes before the full
House, said the high cost of
the primary and the low level
of public interest were the main
reasons for the move.
The bill's sponsor, committee
Chairman Alfred Sheridan (D-
Taylor) said he hopes repealof
the primary will help force tAe
establishment of federally-sub-
sidized regional primaries.
Sheridan also noted that the
next legislature may choose to
revive the presidential primary
but said if it does, he hopes
lawmakers will save the state
some money by scheduling the
balloting on the same day as
local primaries.
Sheridan said the 1972 and
1976 presidential primaries cost
a total of about $5 million.
"I don't think we can afford
the luxury," he said.
Motorists should make a habit
of checking for passing cars and
cyclists before opening the door
of a car parked alongside the
road.

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Project
Seajfarer
WASHINGTON - A U.S.j
House subcommittee yesterday1
killed an appropriation for Pro-
ject Seafarer in an action one
Michigan congressman describ-
ed as the death knell for the;
controversial submarine com-
munications system.
"I see very little possibility
that the Seafarer is going to
survive," said U. S. Rep. Rob-
ert Carr (D-East Lansing).
Carr said the Research and
Development Subcommittee of
the House Armed Services Com-
mittee agreed unanimously to
cut off $23 million in proposed
funding for a Seafarer test fa-
cility in Michigan's Upper Pe-
ninsula.
Instead, Carr said, the sub-
committee voted to authorize $7
million to find alternative ways
to communicate with deep-run-
ning, missile carrying subma-
rines,
Carr said the subcommittee
concluded there was no military
justification for the Seafarer
program, which involved thous-
ands of miles of underground
cables sending extremely low
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