Friday, April 1 1977
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
DAILY DIGEST APRIL 1, 1977
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The administration building at Rust College in Holly
r< Springs, Mississippi was destroyed by fire yesterday
during a student protest. Students at the small, pre-
dominantly black liberal arts school were demonstrat-
ing against the reappointment of Rust's president and
his fiscal policies. Warrants were issued against four
students for suspicion of arson.
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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Fran Wire service Reports
KINSHASA, Zaire - President
Mobutu Sese Seko has fired his
army commander in rebel-in-
vaded Shaba Province and for,
the first time in more than 15j
'insanity± 1 I U LVI1I J U LU
ZAMBOANGA CITY, Philip-
pines - A berserk pilot spray- Tax ebate vote PBB levels
ed the passenger cabin of a T
chartered DC-3 plane with auto- WASHINGTON - Sen. Russell LANSING - A federal Food
matic rifle fire in mid-flight yes- Long, who will lead the floor and Drug Administration
terday, killing seven people and fight for Senate passage of spokesman told a special U.S.
wounding 16. President Carter's tax rebate Senate subcommittee yesterday
plan, said yesterday that the that FDA is not going to lower'
The plane was carrying Fili- rebate will be defeated unless the allowable levels of PBB for
pino military passengers to their Carter drums up additional stp- food and livestock.
southern Philippines base, port for it. When Donald Riegle asked:
The pilot, Captain Ernesto "If the vote were taken to- FDA Associate Director Albert
Agbulo, left the controls, grab- day, the rebate would lose," Kolbye why the agency has re-
fused to lower the levels in light
of the plan to lower the toler-
ance levels of PBB, Kolbye said
that PBB appears to have result-
ed from a single incident three
years ago and levels continue
to drop off.
The FDA also told the sub-
committee that there "was a
problem" with Farm Bureau
Services' Battle Creek mill
about two years before it
distributed PBB-tainted feed.
Kolbye defended the FDA's ncThe .FA at that time found
decision to maintain the current some feed had been contami-
decsio I nated by a drug.
.BB tolerance level, saying it,-
is not a threat to public safe-
ty. The Klondike gold rush started
Lowering the level would not with the discovery of gold on.
make the food supply any Bonanza Creek just east of
safer, Kolbye said, and it would Alaska's border with Canada,
result in the condemnation of Aug. 16, 1896.
years imposed censorship of,
news dispatches on the grow-
ina conflict in the province.
The developments came as the
government admitted the fall of
Mutshatsha and the rebels
pressed closer to another im-
portant center in the copper
Seko has rushed reinforce-
ments to southern Zaire to de-
fend the copper-mining center
of Kolwezi while the Katangan
invaders have paused, apparent-
ly consolidating their hold on
about a third of Shaba province,
informed sources say.
The former commander of
the Shaba front, 35-year-old
paratroop Col. Eluki Mongo
Aundu, personally announced at
a news conference Thursday
that he had been recalled to
resume his previous post as
Mobutu's personal chief of staff.
Under Aundu's command, the
hard-pressed Zaire army lost
about one-third of Shaba IProv-
ince to'the Marxist-oriented Ka-
tangan rebels who first crossed
the border from Angola on
The invasion has presented
President Seko with his most
serious challenge since he seiz-
ed power 12 years ago, and
Western diplomats in Kinshasa
say he may be losing control
Reliable sources say the
French government, which has
supported Mobutu for years, is;
consulting with anti-Mobutu
leaders in Paris on the assump-
tion that his days are numbered.
It is also becoming increas-
ingly clear in Kinshasa that
none of Zaire's traditional al-
lies - France, Belgium and
the United States is ready to
mount a rescue operation.
bed an Armalite rifle from the!
cockpit where it had been de-
posited for security reasons and!
opened fire into the cabin be-I
fore being overpowered by the
The dead were a navy lieu-
tenant, four maripes and two
air hostesses, one bf whom was
the daughter of the president of
the charter airline Swiftair.
The average driver, says the
National Automobile Club,
makes about 2 driving mis-
takes every mile and about nine
every five minutes.
Worried about your gas mile-
age? Then envy the bees, says
the National Automobile Club -
the little buzzer gets 400 million
miles to the gallon of nectar.
Long, a Louisiana Democrat,:
said in an interview.
In addition, Long predicted]
that Carter would veto any eco-]
nomic stimulus bill that substi-
tuted a permanent tax cut for1
the $50 rebate he proposed as
a means of giving a quick boost
to the economy. Carter's pro-
posals already passed by the
House call for a tax cut in ad-
dition to the rebate.
The Confederate warship Ala-
bama attacked Union ships in
European waters until June 19,
1864, when it was caught by the
Union's Kearsage off the coast
of Cherbourg, France, and sunk.
PAGAA NT- OF
(A Master's Thesis in Dance)
April 1 & 2--8 p.m.
The presidential flag o was:
adopted Oct. 25, 1945. The Presi-
dent's personal seal appears on
a blue field surrounded by a
circle of 50 stars.
Boll weevils which infest cot-
ton plants in the southern Unit-
ed States cause about $200 mil-
lion in damage annually.
Carillon Prelude at 7:30
COSTUME + $2.75
Food, music, and
PUT A STUDENT
ON CITY COUNCIL
We n e e d p o l i c e in the
streets, n o t in the offices.
More foot patrols are in or-
der. "Victimless Crimes," such
'X> as marijuana use should not
take up the police depart-
'po. " a.."
"LET'S DUMPS THE TIRED
Friday, April 1, 1977
WUOM: Michael Flanders and Don-
ald Swann performing "At the Drop
of a Hat," songs and commentary
recorded during performance at For-
tune Theatre, London, 10:15 a.m.
Guild House: Home-made soup and
sandwich, 50 cent luncheon, "Chil-
dren's TV," panel, Kathy Modigli-
ani and Marla Calmenson form U-M
Pound House Children's Center.
Mary Ann Morris, Human Growth &
Development, Jean Lemansky, Grad.,
Public Health, 802 Monroe, noon.
Ind./Oper. Eng.: Dr. Tony C. Woo,
U. of Illinois at Urbana, "The In-
terpretation of Volumetric Designs,"
219 W.E., 1 p.n.
Astronomy/Physics: G. Segre, U.
of Pennsylvania, "An SU (3) Gauge
Model of Weak Interactions," 2038
Randall Lab., 4 p.m.
Astronomy: Visitors' night, Robert
Stencel, "In Search of Ancient As-
tronomers," Aud. B, Angell Hall, 8
Music School: Wind Ensemble,
Rackham Aud., 8 p.m.
3200 S.A.B. - 763-4117
Camp Sequois, MI. Coed. Will in-
terview Wednesday, April 6 from
9:30 to 3. Openings include water-
front (WSI), riding (western), arch-
ery, riflery, camp craft, arts/craft.
Register by phone or in person.
Silverman Village, Det. Fresh Air
Society, Handicapped camp. Will in-
terview Monday./Thursday, April
4/7 from 11 to 4. Openings include
general counselors, waterfront
(WSI), Arts/Crafts, maintenance.
Register in person or by phone.
Camp Oakland, MI. Handicapped.
Will interview Monday, April 11
from 9 to 5. Openings include gen.
counselor, arts/craft, waterfront
(WSI), nurse, program dir. Register
by phone or in person.
Good Humor Corp. Det.: Will in-
terview Monday, April 11 from 9 to
5. Good money - be outdoors all
day. Opportunities in other cities
also - Chicago, Baltimore, Phila.,
Pittsburgh, and others. Register by
phone or in person.
Camp Maplehurst, MI. Coed: Will
interview Tuesday, April 12 from 1
to 5. Must be 20 or older. Openings
include riding (eastern/western),
nurse, tennis, sports, sailing, scuba,
photography, drama. Register in per-
son or by phone.
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Friday#. April 1, 1977
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April 1, 1977-
A choice between freedom to do' your
own thing or the same old conservative
LI BERTAR IAN
ments time. The
a m e n dm e n t we
should be retained.
For CVal Jaskie
FrCITY COUNCIL, 1st Ward
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HEINZ SCHIMMEL, Hanover, Germany
Music and poetry in movement-
Selections by Beethoven, Chopin, Honegger, Christopher
Fry, Nietzsche, Ogden Nash and Others
).m. Wednesday, April 6-Trueblood Theater
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