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Thursday, January 29, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

... ...........

Algeria
calls for
Saharan
support
ALGIERS (Reuter)-Algerian
President Houari Boumedienne
yesterday called on heads of
state around the world to sup-
port the people of Western
Sahara.
He also said Algeria could not
stand by while the Saharan
people were being massacred
because they refused to submit
to a new form of colonialism
now that Spain was leaving the
territory.
T H E OFFICIAL Algerian
News Agency APS earlier re-
ported heavy fighting in the
territory for the second succes-
sive day. An Algerian army unit
was attacked by Moroccan
forces in western Sahara Tues-
day.
Boumedienne, current presi-
dent of the non-aligned move-
ment, addressed his message
to Western and Socialist bloc
countries as well as non-aligned
states.
He said that Algeria, which
recognizes the Polisario front
as the Sahara's legitimate rep-
resentatives, could not hold
back from its duty to support
a neighboring people which is
faced with genocide.
HE SAID Morocco and Mauri-
tania had broken openly with
their previous commitments to
respect the right of the Sahar-
ans to decide their own future
once Spain's colonial domina-
tion was over.
With the collusion of Spain,
they had now begun a military
invasion of the territory, he
said. I
"In so doing the Moroccan,
Mauritanian and Spanish gov-
ernments assume fully the
heavy responsibility for the sit-
uation thus created," he added.
THE PRESIDENT accused
Morocco's government of mak-
ing "'bellicose statements which
have no other aim than pre-
paring conditions for the gen-
eration of tension in the area.
"Thus on January 27, 1976, m
Moroccan armed forces delib- th
erately attacked a convoy of h
food and medical supplies trans- so
ported by a unit of the Algerian p
National Popular Army intend- st
ed for the Saharan victims of:
aggression," he said. w
The Saharans were suffering M
"summary executions, massa-ti
cres, poisoning of wells-thee
source of life in desert regions- sp
the use of napalm bombs and
a mass exodus of the civilian re
population," Boumedienne said. fl
Algerian Foreign Minister Ab- h
delaziz Bouteflika sent similar a
messages to foreign ministersI
around the world. n
th
IN ALGIERS, the Secretary h
of the Foreign Ministry called co
in ambassadors from African -
and Arab countries to transmit
a message from the government
about the latest developments
in the Sahara.
There was no mention of dip-
lomatic representatives of Mo-
rocco or Mauritania being
present.

INTRODUCTION TO
KUNDALINI YOGA
as taught by
Swami Rudrananda
and
Michael Shoemaker
Beqinners' Classes Every
MWF at 5:30 p.m.
RUDRANANDA ASHRAM
640 Oxford, 995-5483

Group-centered therapy:
Keeping it in the family
NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. (A)- not had family therapy, "we physical as well as emotional
Going to a psychiatrist may would be divorced and mortal problems. A family crisis can
help more if you bring your enemies." trigger illness or there may be
spouse and children with you, She and her husband were "emotional reaction to the psy-
say doctors at a clinic here separated for several months, sisal illness of a member of
which e m p h a s i z e s family when they went to the center at the family," says Guerin.
therapy. the recommendation of a parish At a recent first session with
In traditional therapy, the in- priest-"As a last resort," she a troubled couple, Guerin took
dividual is the focal point. His said. a "genogram," aGtracing of
problem is isolated and treated, SHE SAID that in her house- three generations of both the
FAMILY THERAPY views housband and wife's famiies. He
each individual as a part of jIod she dealt with the chil-hsbnadwiesfmis.H
soeamidl unit The ipme- dren's needs a n d discipline says relationships with the ex-
some family unit. The immedi- problems, with little help from tended families often give a
ate and extended families and her husband. After visiting the clue to problems within the nu-
participatse i familtep center for a year she said she clear family. "Isolated nuclear
session. Relationship patterns in feels there is more sharing of pto have
the family are examined and! household responsibilities among problems. People move 20 miles
the ones thait dn nnt wrk are members of her family. away from their parents to try

Assistance
to Carter
denied by
Cohen
(Continued from Page 1)
want."
Cohen said his only face to
face contact with Carter was a
19'4 meeting in Georgia while
Carter was servi g as governor.
Cohen said he has spoken
with Arizona Congressman Mor-
ris Udill and former Demo-
cratic Vice - Presidential candi-
date S, rgent Shriver on policy
matters. Tie would not support
itfher Wall-ce or Byrd because
"T don't thi-,k nor attitudes on
many isslaes woIld be very

changed. She sa
According to Dr. Philip Guer- tablished
in, director of the Center for with the
Family Learning here, family actions t
therapy "takes the problem out longer pt
of the head of the individual." Althoug
The center, located in a ram- lems in1
bling old mansion, is now in its she feel
third year. Its staff of about 20 very opt
area psychiatrists, psychologists:
and social workers treat about FAMIL
100 troubled families and teach family p
postgraduate training classes in part of t
family therapy. Guerin.
DR. GUERIN says the center "a part
services mainly middle - class obpect f
families. The cost of a one-hour:Famil
clinical session is determined -
according to income, with $20
the minimum. Charges range
from $20 to $60. The center, a
nonprofit organization, is char-
tered by the Board of Regents
of the University of the State
of New York.
One member client, a Bronx
housewife and mother of four
who did not wish to be named,
said if she and her husband had

id her husband has es-
stronger relattionships
children, and her re-
o family crises are "no
wrely emotional."
gh there are still prob-
her marriage, sho -ys
s "less pressur- Ind
imistic."
Y therapy looks at
roblems as a "natural
he living process," says
It makes the family
of the therapy, not an
or blame,"
therapy can deal with

to escape them and find that
t ey can't."

M. HARVEY BRENNER
Professor, Department of Public Health Administration
The Johns Hopkins Universitv
School of Hvyiene and Public Health
Baltimore, Marvland
"Effects of the Economy on
Alcoholism and Related Diseases"
THURSDAY, JAN. 29, 1976
SEMINAR: 3:45 p.m., Room 1057 MHRI
TEA: 3:15 p.m., Room 2059 MHRI
-COMING SPEAKER-
February 5: JACK HAILMAN. professor of Zooloav. Uni-
versity of Wisconsin, "Optical Sianals of Animols"

ENJOY THE FINEST CHINI
WEST OF NEW YORK A
EAST OF SAN FRANCIS
I N A QU I ET ELEGAN T SE
LUNCH * DINNER 0 SNACKS 0 C

AP Photo
Holy mackerel
Missy Mack, 6, of Vulcan, Michigan braves 10- degree weather in an ice fishing derby for
youngsters yesterday.

PARTY
SATURDAY, JAN. 31
8:30 p.m.
Entertainment by
ROL YISKOEL
in Alice's Restaurant
ALICE LLOYD DORM
ADMISSION 75c
Sponsored by Meekreh

FOUR
SEAS
THE RESTAURANT IN THE WOODS
4905 WASHTENAW, ANN ARBOR
JUST WEST OF GOLFSIDE

OCKTAI LS llj il~li i

MSA fee
charged
(Continued from Page 1)

It Pays to Advertise
in The Michigan Daily

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any students would react to
at kind of offer from MSA,"
e said, adding, "I would per-
onally be very favorably im-
ressed if 50 per cent of theI
udents responded." TRAVEL MICH. UNION 763-2
A fifty per cent funding cut AT ON F14GHT
ould have a large impact on
ISA's finances. It is now func-I
oning with virtually "no mon- S IBREAK
y left for allocations this SL
pring," House claimed.
Allocations to organizations
equesting money are the most I New York--$8.73 Boston-$9O.73
exible category on the budget,
re pretty well fixed." eNewark-$81.73 California-$218.73
Out of $8300 originally desig-
ated for allocation throughout
e 1975-76 fiscal year, $5860 DEADLINE FEB. 4
ave already been used, ac-
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