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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, October 28, 1976

Rhodesian nationals accuse Bottle bill walkers

Key states sought

British of aiding minority

stage rally at Diag

by

Ford,

Carter

(Continued from Page 1) Nationalist officials who read allegation that it was collabora- (Continued from Page 1) walked 160 miles and haven't
all political prisoners held in the statement to reporters de- ting with Smith's regime, which good. "People honk at us as seen a ketchup bottle yet."
Rhodesian jails, and that Smith dined to answer questions about unilaterally declared indepen- we walk by, or wave." The McKee, of the Department of
be forced "to desist from geno- it.dence in November, 1965. group organized activities along Natural Resources, hopes the
cide" against black Rhodesians. Successive British govern- the route - a cleanup drive bill will be only a first step to-'
Richard has formally asked BY ACCUSING the British of ments repeatedly have made near Jackson which netted wards a national ban on
the white Rhodesians to com- collusion with Smith, the black clear that they regard the 3,382 cans and bottles, a visit to throwaways. "Maine looks likei
ply with only one - release of leaders were apparently trying Smith regime as "illega,l" and a classroom in Marshall. they'll pass a similar bill, and
political prisoners. Smith has to get Richard to abandon his Britain, like other United Na- "In Marshall," said Kunin, Colorado too.hBut the Federal
no mdeanofiia rspnsrole of neutral chairman and tions member states, applies "<we asked them to raise their government-that's what we're
not made an official response, tw se hmtorieterg
but Foreign Minister Pieter apply more pressure on the economic and other sanctions hands if they'd heard advertis- really after," he asserted.
Van der Byl of Rhodesia said whites against the Rhodesian admin- ing against Proposal A. Every- THE FOUR walkers address-
earlier he expected Smith to Nkomo is considered the lead- istration. body raised their hands. Then ed the crowd for only about 15
consider at most releasing a er of the "internal faction" of In an interview here with we asked how many had heard minutes before setting out on
few specifically named prison- the African National Council Rhodesian television, Prime ads in support of the proposal the last le of their trip, hop-
ers to attend the Geneva talks. ANC, an umbrella group of na- Minister Smith accused the oth- and only two people raised their
tionalist organizations that was, er delegations of "wild state- hands." ing to reach Detroit in time for
THE DEMANDS also included formed in 1974 but fell apart ments" and seeming "almost THE STATED purpose of the a rally at Kennedy Square Sat-
a call for Britain to pay all after only nine months. He has dedicated to ensure failure be- statewide trek is to counter nin both expect the bill to pass
costs incurred by the nation- formed a "patriotic front at fore we commence. publicity efforts by opponents on November 2.
alist delegations at the talks. the talks with Mugabe, who of the bill, mainly industry,
"Unless these demands are claims leadership of the Zim- HE SAID he would not like who can well afford to concen- "Our support is stabilizing,"
rmet, the success of the con- babwe African National Union to guarantee that the talks trate on radio and television Kunin said. "It's solid at
ference stands in jeopardy," and most of the guerrillas based would"get off the ground." spots. Spporters of the bill about 59 per cent in favor."
last night's "patriotic front", in Mozambique. The Rhodesian leader said have called the spots mislead- The current poll figures are1
statement said. "It is now clear Zimbabwe is the African that if efforts were made to ing, and at the Diag rally Bul- twenty points lower than those,
that the British government, in name for Rhodesia. change the settlement terms he lard termed them "The Big several months ago.I
collaboration with Rhodesian has said he would accept, he Lie." Opponents of the bill, which'
Premier Ian Smith, are deter- B R I T I S H diplomatic would have to consider whether "We've met people who've include the soft lrink and beer
mined to wreck the confer- observers said the British gov- he should try to sell these to told us they think they're going industries and the AFL-CIO, say
ence." ernment could not accept the the Rhodesian public. to have to put a deposit on the bill will cost jobs ana in-,
- ketchup bottles and pickleI
art sad M~e, rferingtocrease beverage prices while
the opposition's efforts. "All forcing the consumer to stand;
I can tell you is that we've in long lines to return bottles.

(Continued from Page 1)
and as a result "the White
House now performs its func-
tion as set up by the Consti-
tution. An imperial presidencyl
is not my idea of the office."
It was one of the harshest:
references Ford has made to,
the presidency of the man who:
named Ford vice president andl
whom Ford pardoned for any
Watergate crimes.

California as the crucial battle-I
grounds.z
Ford aides say the Presidentj
must win five or six of the nine!
if he is to turn back Carter's,
bid for the White House.
Ford was questioned about In-
dependent Eugene McCarthy,
who could rank as a "spoiler"
on election night and take votesI
away from Carter.
HE SAID McCarthy "ought to
be on the ballot where it is
permitted. The people of New
York and elsewhere ought to'
have the right to vote for him."
McCarthy was denied a place
on the ballot in New York but

this country, we'll have to go
on with six or seven million
people out of work," the for-
mer Minnesota senator told a
news conference.
Running as an independent
candidate, McCarthy predicted
he would do well in Pennsyl-
vania. "This is a state where
you don't have a firm commit-
ment to either Republicans or
Democrats. People move back
and forth here."
The Democratic and Republi-
can vice presidential candidates
continued to say nasty things
about each other as they cam-
paigned in the Midwest.

FORD WALKED ALONG the
Atlantic City boardwalk, kissed
Dorothy Benham of Minnesota,!
the reigning Miss America, and
told the crowd.
"Because of the large and en-1
thusiastic crowds we've met in!
several key states in the last
few days, I can't help but be!
impressed that we have the mo-
mentum to win."
Then the President flew to
Philadelphia and told reporters,
"We're going to keep working'
24 hours a day. We're confident
we can win in Pennsylvania."
NEW YORK, New Jersey and
Pennsylvania are among the
big states Carter and Ford
strategists say are the keys to
the 1976 election. During his
campaign broadcast in Chicago,
Ford listed the three eastern
states along with Illinois, Ohio,
Michigan, Indiana, Texas and

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this decision was overturned. SEN. WALTER MONDALE of
The issue however is still in Minnesota, Carter's running
the courts, following an appeal mate, said his Republican coun-
by the state Democratic Party terpart, Sen. Bob Dole of Kan-
on the ground that his nominat- sas, had distorted Mondale's
ing petitions were fraught with voting record on the defense
error. Some members of the issues.
party believe McCarthy could "I ha"e a very good record
hurt Democratic chances in on defense," Mondale told a
New York. crowd at Dayton, Ohio. "I am
Meanwhile, McCarthy embark- on the Budget Committee. I
ed on a two-day campaign voted for $6 billion in real in-
swing in nearby Pennsylvania, creases in defense spending."
saying a reduction in the work During their debate two weeks
year might be the answer to ago, Dole described Mondale as
the nation's unemployment a supporter of bigger spending
problem. orograms in every area but de-
fense, where he said the Demo-
"UNLESS WE MAKE a social crat had voted consistently to
decision to redistribute work in cut the Pentagon.

TNAIS TLEnA

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to be coming soon-
FAT FIGHTERS'
FORUM
But f i-r s t we need a
name for our elephant!!
The person with the winning
entry will receive 2 posses to
a local movie of his or her-
choice.

Mental Health Research Institute
SEMINAR SERIES presents
BARON SHOPSIN
New York University Medical Center, New York, New York
"SEROTI N IN AND DEPRESSIONS"
Thursday, October 28
SEMINAR: 3:45 p.m. 1057 MHRI
TEA: 3:15 p.m. 2059 MHRI

Syrians, Palestinians join to
terminate Lebanese conflict

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Israel and control of all Pales-
tinian refugee camps in Leba-
non. '
Although Syria once was the
main supporter of the comman-
dos, cooperation ended last win-
ter. During the summer, Syrian
troops intervened in Lebanon's
civil war, backing the predom-
inantly Christian r i g h t i s t s
against the commandos and
their leftist allies.
Less than two weeks ago, the'
commandos and the Syrians
were fighting each other inI
bloody battles in the Lebanese!
mountains.

the border in the past few'| troons were on their way to
weeks. reinforce a symbolic Pan-Arab
No estimate of the number of peace plan now numbering about
new commandos in the area was 2,500 Saudis, Sudanese, Libyans
possible yesterday. But it ap- and Syrians. This was intended

peared they intended to defend
base areas around Kfair which
they still hold, rather than
mount an early offensive to re-
capture border towns taken by
rightists a week ago.

to be the first step in the ,build-
up of neacekeepers.
ASKED BY reporters if Chris-
tians would accept the Arab
peacekeepers, former President
and Interior Minister Camille
Chamoun. a leading Christian,

Want to contact an old
friend? They may be reading
the Daily classifieds on
H I I t.,.

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Homecoming
OCTOBER 28-30
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28
PEP RALLY
7:30 p.m. at Sigma Chi, 548 S. State (next to the Union)-Bo,
the Team & the Marching Band!
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29
MICHIGAN DAY!
Wear something Maize, Blue, or with Michigan on it!
WUOM OPEN HOUSE
10 a.m.-7 p.m., 5th floor LSA Bldg.-Tours of the studio, meet
favorite radio personalities, free cider & donuts.
D IAG DAZE
Check it out! 3-5 p.m. on the Diag.
JUDY COLLINS
in concert 8 p.m. Hill Auditorium. Tickets $4, $5, $6.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30-HOMECOMING DAY
WELCOME HOME !
To all alumni and to the best football team in the country!
MUDBOWL '76
SAE vs. Phi Delta Theta 10:30 a.m. in the Mudbowl at the corner
of S. University and Washtenaw. Two traditional powers battle it
out, slipping and sliding in what promises to be one of the big
games of the year.
WUOM OPEN HOUSE
10 a.m.-2 p.m., 5th floor LSA Bldg.
UAC's HOMECOMING '76 PARADE !
12 noon. The colorful parade of floats and cars will leave the
Michigan Union at 12 noon and proceed down State St. and turn
right onto Hoover. It will be met by the Michigan Marching Band
at Revelli Hall and then it's on to the Stadium! Prizes for best
float will be given! Contact Bryan Lee, 663-1029, to enter.
L Ar"mAimI '70 ;FOOTBALL

Flallweeln. THE LOCAL Palestinian com-
mander in the area, Abu Rabah,
October 29 said: "The Syrians are helping
DEADlinenoon brus now because there is a new
factor in the scene-Israel."
-------------------The Palestinians have accused
T heP a l e s t i n i a nsh a vea c c u s ed__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __W' -I- - I s r a e l i t r o o p s o f h e l p i n g l o c a l
rightists to drive leftist forces
Medieval Renaissance Collegium from a string of villages near
will sponsor a NEW '',vM EN U
SHERRY HOURatth
at the
with
"THE JONG LEU RS"
PERFORMING MUSIC FROM THE
COURT OF FERDINAND & ISABELLA
Thursday, Oct. 28th at 4 p.m.eA
in the Cook Room
N-entryway in the Law Quad S. University near Washtenaw
769-1744
p[ TE E ~
An Elephant drinker
- -= always remuembers.
Carlsberg Elephant is a unique
continental malt beverage wlth
a refreshingly different body
and taste.
Perfect companion to Carlsberg',
two great Danish beers.
Carlsberg and
Carlsberg Special
A Dark Lager.

THE NEW development came renlied. "Definitely not."
as escalating sniper and mortar Bashir Gemayel. the comman-
fire and feuding among Chris- der of the lareest Christian mili-
tian forces, Palejtinians and tia, warned that if the Pales-
Syrians cast further doubt on tisian gwerrillas refuse to sub-
prospects for ending the war. mit to Lebanese state authority,
Christians and Syrians clashed "We shall remove all refugee
Tuesday at Roum, a village in camps by force. We refuse to
southern Lebanon occupied by have the Arabs dictating their
Syria. Three Christians were re- will on us . . . I believe it is
ported killed and 12 wounded. still a long war," he added.
The official Saudi radio re- Pierre Gemayel, leader of the
ported 5,000 Saudi and Sudanese rightist Phalange Party, took
a softer line, telling reporters,
"We only hope the new police
{ force will be a true and just
one
The American University of
Beirut appealed for donations to
enable it to open for the fall
term. The university said it has
a $13 million deficit that pre-
Tented its paying salaries since
r ;last June and the university
hospital has a $6 million debt.
Carrying on despite the war,
thtru the university had 1,500 students
during the summer, compared
fied to a prewar enrollment of nearly
Classf 5urngte0ume,0opae

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