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Friday, December 5, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Poot Kline

Fridy1 Dcembr 5,197 THEMICHGAN AIL

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SU[RRENDER DEMANDED f:.:.:::".
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 3) econ. jour. stat. environmental sci-
Sjsiah, Choral Union, Interlochen Or- ences, law, bio & chem.; for more
r o u n d -h a c c~~hts Hill Aud., e8:30 pm Information consult the DOB at IFinso h u:GlSot PP
C O 1 0sur LTO 1R e S Frens oth Sun Gi cott "C"P''*&P0.
Heron, the Midnight Band, Michi- Interested in working for Boston
gan Theatre, midnight. Globe or Newsweek Magazine this
BEILEN, Holland (Reuter)- "be fatal for the hostages." least for the moment." BUT AT LEAST 10 armored General Notices 3ummer? They will be accepting ap-
Dutch authorities last night Earier, Dutch Premier Joop In the Hague, the cabinet met cars were positioned only 150 Club, union, noon, Thurs., Dec. 1 i; Jan. 1: for info on how to apply
placed the country's entire 43rd ,Den Uyl said the government in special session to review the 1 yards from the train. Geo. Johnson, "The Age and Rank consult journalism internship file
armored division around a hi- probably would have to use -ituation here and in Amster- Faber said the number of Composition of the U-M Faculty in in Summer Placement, CP&P.
jacked train in Which six gun- force against the gunmen on the dam. sharpshooters around the train 1995;" reservations by noon Dec. 9. American society of Magazine
men were holding 37 hostages. train and another group that The Red Cross, with police had been increased from 200 to a3200 sAB, 763-4117 gram now accepting applications
The troops and 45 armored occupied the, Indonesian Con- supervision, took more food to more than 300 and all roads Council for Economic Priorities is and nominations for summer posi-
cars were positioned in a circle I sulate in Amsterdam yesterday. the train last night, but not the and cycle paths leading to the accepting applications for summer tions. For more info consult DOB,;
about two miles from the train requested medicine, including 1 area had been closed. intern program: for students in CP&P" Application deadline Dec. 12.
which was lit by a battery of IN A STATEMENT brought tranquillizers. The supplies were Local residents, some of whom
police floodlights. back to police from the medi- picked up near the train by a had family members on the
ator yesterday, the gunmen gunman who flung them on train, w e r e tense as they
THE DEVELOPMENTS came said: "We are prepared to fight, board. watched police and military l
only hours after the gunmen kill again and also to die." , i preparations for a possible final
yesterday shot dead another hos- They said they had taken over 1 THE BODIES of the two men, showdown.
tage - the third person killed the train to draw attention to killed Tuesday were still lying Three hospitals in the area B SHOP
since the hijacking Tuesday - their struggle for the independ- beside the train yesterday be- were ready for possible casual-,
and demanded the release of all ence of the South Moluccas, cause the gunmen refuse to let ties. - 113 W. LIBERTY
South Moluccan prisoners in which became part of Indonesia them be moved. The hijackers 995-1891
Dutch jails. when the Dutch granted inde- opened fire when police tried to FORT WORTH Fine Used, Rare & Out-
The hijackers had also said Ipendence to Indonesia in 1950. retrieve the dead men shortly STARTS FRETRAN Print Books Bout
that 300 troops and police al- A spokeswoman for the Jus- after they had been shot and FORT WORTH, Tex. (AP) - s old
ready surrounding the train in tlce Ministry, Toos Faber, said thrown from the train. Fort Worth has developed a -n
isolated bleak, flat countryside, the passenger was shot yester- During negotiations through formula to get shoppers to pa- Modern Firsts
should pull back or else it could day after the mediator, Seth the mediator, the hijackers said tronize downtown stores by of- 0Poetry " Music
S ---- --- - - - Pessereron, had handed the gun- they wanted a bus to take them fering free parking, free sub- * Americana
FOCUS THE men the government's reply to Amsterdam Airport, whe way rides and free bus serv- OPEN SUNDAYS
WINDSHIELD, JAMES their demands. arry them to an undisclosed ee I 12:00-5:00 P.M.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP)- The "HE WAS TOLD to wait for destination age, which may be the first Mon.-Sat. 11 am-6 pm
National Automobile Assn. says an answer, but police posted 200 They also demanded signal- in the U.S., is known as "Fre- Thurs & Fri. Nites till 9
one group of automotive engi- yards away saw a passenger ling lamps, flashlight batteries Tran." It was instituted by the
neers, while brainstorming for shot while he was standing t and more food, drink and medi- City of Fort Worth, Dillard's
sin has come up withdriven ' the open front carriage door," cines. Department Store and Tandy
vsohscm upwtann Faber said. Corp.
teresting solution. Make the THE SIX SAID more demands Frank Perry, president of
car's windshield adjustable, in Pessereron returned to the would be made later, but made Dillard's, said a shopper could
much the same way binoculars train last night to hear the no new threats and set no new drive to the western edge of
are adjustable. latest demands and discuss the deadlines. the downtown area, park free,
Driving at a low speed on a overall situation, Faber said. The gunmen yesterday morn- walk a short distance to one
curving road, the driver could Th'e gunmen had removed the ing set a deadline of 6 a.m. EST of four boarding gates for the
adjust the windshield to focus newspapers plastered over the for delivery of the bus and shot "metroliner" - a five-car sub-
on objects near him and to the carriage windows for the last the passenger less than an hour way which operates on a three-
right and left. His field of vis- two days. The interior lights I after the deadline expired. warter-mile track -and ride
ion would then be short and were on and the blinds were notj L a t e r yesterday authorities to the store. The shopper can
wide. , drawn, unlike the previous night. widened the security cordon I then board a bus for free trans- I
However, driving on a long, A around the train to about 1.5 portation within the downtown
straight highway, he would ad-, ASKED ABOUT the authori- ;miles from the original one mile,; district.
just the windshield to focus on ties' attitude towards the de-
objects far ahead and his field mands so far, Faber said: "The
of vision would be appropriately demand for the bus is being
long and narrow. ignored by the government-at
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11-8 MON.-THUR.; 11 -9 FRI., SAT. T E

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r YES FOLKS,
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1103 S. UNIVERSITY 662-6054
OPEN TILL 9 P.M. MON. THURS., and FRIDAY
SUNDAY 12-5 P.M. TILL XMAS
Tickets Goo On Sale TODAY !

erening wit/h
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poems and conversations
and
the Trotter House Choir
Tuesday, Dec 16 8:00 pm
Power Center
for the Performing Arts
ticket prices $2.50 and $3.00 patron seats $5.00
presented by William Monroe Trotter House, U of M International WomWs
Year and the University Activities Center (UAC)
Tickets at Michigan Union Box Office, 763-2071. Open
11:00 A.M.
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