100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

March 05, 1976 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1976-03-05

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Friday, March 5, 1-975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

.........................."......Rhodesia faces shortages
., 'Kt*1°Y NMM/ due to itozambica n blockade

By AP and Reuter
JOHANNESBURG,
South Africa - Landlocked,
Rhodesia faced potential short-,
ages and economic hardship
yesterday from Mozambique's=
"state of war" border blockade
cutting half its outlets to the
sea. The white-ruled former,
British colony won no promise
of extra help from South Africa,
now the only country whose'
C harbors it can use.

by Angola. Addressing the
South African parliament, Vor-
ster spoke of "the Russian poli-
cy and tactics to exploit such
situations to their own advan-
tage . .
In Washington, Secretary of
State Henry Kissinger warned
Cuba against intervention in the
new African dispute. U. S. in-
action during the Angola crisis
does not necessarily mean the
same American response to fur-

Rhodesian businessmen had
been cashing in their assests
and moving out of Mozambique
ever since Portugal decided in
1974 to hand over the country
to President Machel's Frelimo
government.
Police sources in Rhodesia
said Mozambican workers try-
ing to leave the country for
their homes in Mozambique
were being turned back follow-
ing the border closure, but
there have been no other inci-
dents and reaction from Rho-
desian frontier officials to the

NEXT WEEK
Spring Vacation
Special
MAR. 7-13
M Pin Bowling
Reduced Rates for
Billiards
Michigan Union
Open 1 p.m.

In Black Africa, Tanzania
and Zambian government an
ruling party newspapers haile
Mozambique President Samor
Machel's Wednesday pronounce
ment of a "state of war
against Rhodesia as a mil
stone in the struggle of blac
nationalists against remainin
white rule in southern Africa
Mozambique's newly an
nounced measures against Rh
desia set off wide internation
reactions, including awarnin
from Cape Town about thi
tense situation now prevailin
I in southern Africa.
SOUTH AFRICAN P r i m
Minister John Vorster saidi
Cape Town that Mozambique
border closure could escala
into something "much moi
serious" because of Cuba
troops and Soviet arms in nea

n ther Cuban intervention, Kissin-
d ger told the House International
Relations Committee.

i

a new situation
e- j Kissinger said the United key.
" States favors black majority __ _
e- rule in Rhodesia and added that
k time is running out for the
g white minority regime.
. AT U. N. headquarters in
New York, Secretary - General
n- Kurt Waldheim foresaw "an es-
o- calating crisis and possible
al bloodshed" in southern Africa.
ng Waldheim said Mozambique's
e action demonstrated "the grav- C
g itv of the situation." y
Rhodesian government and
e business officials discounted
in fears that the decision by Mo-
's zambique to close its borders
te and seize Rhodesian - owned
re property there would cause
n heavy economic losses.
r- Business sources said most
I I

has been low-{

40

We Will Be Closed
Mvarch 7. 8t 9, and 10
Check Out What
We've Done on
Thursday, March 11.

3

AP Photo

Aqua acrobatics

This picture, by James Bourdier, won top prize in the sports category of the World Press Photo Competition in Amsterdam yes-
terday. It shows an accident which occurred at the start of a race on Miami's Biscayne Bay last August 24. The men driv-
ing the boats were all slightly injured.

Daily Official Bulletin
Friday, March 5
Day Calendar
WUOM: Victor Reuther, brother
& assistant to late union leader of
UAW, "The Reuther Family," 10.10
am.
Ob. Gyn./Bio. Eng. Seminars:.
Skip Gasch, Allan Coe, Hewlett
Packard, "Recent Developments and
Future Trends in Ostetrical Care
Instrumentation," L2204 Women's
Hosp., noon.
CEW: Brown bag, "Handling!
Guilt: The Working or In-School
Mother," 328 Thompson, noon.
Public Health Films: Boozers and
Users; Report, National Cmmis-
sion on Marijuana, Aud., SPH Ii.
12:0 pm.
Educ., Communications Media:
Music, Schorling Ad., SE2:10
pAstronomy. Claude R. Canizares
Ctr. for Space Research, MIT.
"Title to be announced," P&A Col-
loq: Rm., 4 pm.
General Notices
CEW/Ctr. Aro-American & AM-
can Studies: All-day conference,
"Perspectives on Blackk Women,"
Rackham,rMarch 20, 9:15damr key-
note spkr. Dr. Niara Sudarkasa
'Reflections on the Positions and
Problems of Black Women in Con-
temporary America," 10:30 am; for-
more info, contact Froncell Kirk-
ling, 328 Thompson, 763-1353.
Have a Good Vacation! KA
Career Planning and Placement
3200 SAB, 764-7460
Fnded psychology internship po.
sitions available at VA Hospital,
Northampton, Mass. Appts. begin
Set. 1 and end Aug 31. Stipend of
$5750. Write Chief, Psychology Ser-
vice, VA Hospital Northamption,
mass. 01060.
Postdoctoral Fellowship Program
at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Opportunity for ostdoctoral level
engineers & life, physical, and so-
cial scientists to select and pursue
research in an area related to na-
tional energy problems & needs.
Competitive salaries & may be of-
fered permanent appoints. Write:
Eugene P. Wigner Fellowship Selec-
tion Panel, Office of Professional &
University Relations, Oak Ridge
National Lab, Oak Ridge, Tenn.
37830.
Continental Grain Foundation
sponsors graduate fellowships at:
Harvard U. Stanford U., American
Grad. Scho. of Intern' Mngt., War-
ton Grad. Sch., & Cornell U. (Grad.
Schs. of Business). Full informa-
tion and aplications forms avail-
able from: Continental Grain Co.,
277 Park Ave., N. Y., N. YJ0017.
Post Doctoral Fellowship in Clin-
ical Psych. offered at Devereaux Ca-
reer House in Philadelphia. Stipend
& Housing allowance of $7,500.
Meals provided to unmarried
trainees. Apply to. Dr. Henry Platt,
Dir., Devereaux Career House, De-
von, Pa. 19333.
Summer Placement
3200 SAB 763.4117
Bendix Corp., New York. Summer
Marketing Training Program for
electrical engineering major, Junior
year. Must speak fluent German.
Further details available.
Labor Relations Board, Flint, Mi.
Genesee County positions open for
Park Maint., Naturalist and ranger.
Further details available.
The wild orangutan male
adult is usually solitary, but
females frequently travel with
their dependent young.
ENCOUNTER
OVERLAND

1 2
ERIC G'AT
Rio CoveR

itg5

C

TONIGHT-DR. CHICAGO and
THE KING OF HEARTS in the MLB!
FRIDAY, MAR. 5
DR. CHICAGO
(George Manupelli, 1969) MLB 4 -7only
Ann Arbor's George Manupelli made this film revolving around the life
of Dr. Alvin Chicago (Alvin Lucifer), a Swedish sex-change specialist
and his entourage of unusual people. Temporaily on-the-lam, Dr. Chi-
cago's group holes up in a cabin somewhere in the midwest where they
meet Steve who walks in out of the woods shirtless with an ax in hand.
RIDE, DR. CHICAGO, RIDE
(George Manupelli, 1969) MLB 4-9 only
Now in the Arizona desert, Dr. Chicago's troupe wanders about still
seeking a way back to Sweden.
THE KING OF HEARTS
MLB 3-7 & 9
Starring Alan Bates and Genevieve Bujold. Anti-war comedy.
$1.25 Single Show $2.00 Double Feature

AGING? CATFISH GEMINI STONEYc
CHILDRENj MILLER NO CIREEK
504 caoN~t COVER 7 54 a

4
yL1
t: z5s
to1

5 6
p TeR STARK~
1 REVi~vJ
" 400
00':1;" __

A career in law-
without law school.
What can you do with only a bachelor's degree?
Now there is a way to bridge the gap between an
undergraduate education and a challenging, respon-
sible career. The Lawyer's Assistant is able to do
work traditionally done by lawyers.
Three months of intensive training can give you
the skills-the courses are taught by lawyers. You
choose one of the seven courses offered-choose
the city in which you want to work.
Since 1970, The Institute for Paralegal Training
has placed more than 1200 graduates in law firms,
banks, and corporations in over 75 cities.
If you are a senior of high academic standing and
are interested in a career as a Lawyer's Assistant,
we'd like to meet you.
Contact your placement office for an interview with
our representative.
We will visit your campus on
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17
THURSDAY, MARCH 18
The Institute for
Paralegal Training
235 South 17th Street; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
(215) 732-6600

J5'3 q
~z1
OMS

5T VE " 16~

f 15

Wil-I

A.

- - - -

Clo

f °1 4

23
*30
it

24N '
cP.. EqV
CREEK

- :=a.

4- 31
U \c

r7

MIM
MIKE
SMITH4
a-
g . .Ci1

rrl

GRIEVOUJS ANAEL

EVERY FRIDAY AFTERNOON- 4 PM-'IPM -~-~A
. KEVIN LYNCU FRIENDSqES WTERN SINe@C.W.!
---.--. -. ---.. -. --..... .... --.........-................ ..............:

... ..;

They don't make love like this anymore...
But two of Hollywood's greatest stars did-
and this is their hilarious and touching story!

4
SAVE X119.85...REALISTIC
STEREO COMPONENT SYSTEM!
" Realistic STA-82 AM-FM Stereo Receiver with Auto-Magic*
FM Tuning " Two Realistic Mini-10 Walnut Veneer
Bookshelf Speaker Systems " Realistic LAB-34
Changer with Base and $17.95 Value Cartridge

Components Sold Separately ... 479.80

tvelhad4%

7AI3LE and
LAI3I

played by JAMES BROLIN and JILL CLAYBURGH

I I

I

I

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan