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THE MICHIGAN DAll.-Y

Tuesday April 5, 1977'

THE MICHIGAN DAILY ruesday, April 5, 1977

AN EXPLORATION
INTO THE
qI FORCES OF LIFE _
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Announcing a Major Weekend Conference
What are these pow\erful forces, within us and around us, which shape the way
we look at others and at ourselves? How can they be harnessed to make life
more rewarding for ourselves, for those we serve and for those we care about?

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(Continued from Page 1) plans for the library which will
es this morning as well house his presidential papers.
ne in the afternoon. Only The Gerald R. Ford Presiden-
nts enrolled in the classes tial Library will be constructed
holding tickets issued by on a site adjacent to the Bent-
Political Science Depart- ley Historical Library on North
will be admitted Campus.
shtenaw County Sheriff He later joined members of
Minick said security for the University Board of Re-
ex-president's visit is gents as well as several deans
quate" but declined to of various schools and colleges
irate on any special pre- for dinner.
ons which have been taken.

Topics include:

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Mapping your life
Future of marriage
Sexism and sexuality
Aging
Childhood and children
The family

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* Joan H alifax
*Lenci Schwartz

FORD spent yesterday after-
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AP Photo
Workers survey the torn fuselage of a Southern Airways DC-9 which crashed near New Hope,
Ga. yesterday. The plane was destroyed when its pilot tried to crash land on a highway.

Mail to: University of Michigan Extension Service,
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Weather blamed il
Georgia jet crash
(Continued from Page 1) He said the aircraft appar
its worst, lightning struck the ently hit a row of buildings
left wing tip and I guess ap- along one side of the highway
parently that knocked the pow- exploded and broke into sev
er out. It knocked something eral pieces.
out. A n o t h e r sheriff's spokes
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what really, brought it down," nearby warehouse in Dallas
he said. Ga.
TheI spokesman said the pilot "Wreckage from the plan
reported that he was unable to was scattered for about two
land at Dobbins Air Force Base miles along the road," Danie
at Marietta. He was then told said. "The body of the plan
to land at the. Cartersville, Ga., was completely destroyed."
airport but said thathecouldn't A SPOKESWOMAN at Paud
make it that far either. g County Hospital said th
The plane went down a few;eegnty ospitasa" te
utes tanta35 miles north- flowing with badly, terribl
west ofAlnd

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