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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, January 13, 1976

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, January 13, 1976

forum (for'am, fo'ram) n. 3.
an assembly for the discussion
of public matters or current questions.
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A PLACE TO DISCUSS YOUR QUESTIONS
THIS WEEK: FACING THE FUTURE:
is your faith repressive or liberating?

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sides return to court.
ACCORDING to Miller, the'
tenants' escrow fund has bal-
looned to approximately $15,000.
The escrow remains inacces-
sible to Black despite court
control of the funds.
Last week, the tenants union
received a boost when noted
Ann Arbor lawyer Don Koster
joined the legal staff, which al-
ready includes Rose and attor-
ney David Cahill.
"He's a bargain. He does a
very thorough job and we're
really happy to have him," said
AATU organizer Larry Cooper-
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ROSE LAUDED Koster, once
a candidate for judge, as al
"brilliant people's lawyer." I
In addition to increased legal!
support, the tenants union re-
ported three new units have
joined the strike this month.
Other city tenants have calledl
to lend support and express in-
terest in the dispute. I
Cooperman noted a "partial
victory" in that a good number
of landlords are responding to
the complaints of their tenants,
presumably an outgrowth of the
strike action.
AFTER A recent strategy
meeting, Cooperman said,
"We've g a i n e d confidence.
We're going after a good settle-
ment and gearing up for vic-
tory."
The tenants 'union plans to
mobilize striking Sunrise tenants
at a mass meeting in the Kuen-
zel Room of the Union, Thurs-N
day night at 8 p.m.E
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still "touch and go." Angola (UNITA). come here to save face but to
President Kaunda, who flew save the lives of millions of in-
AT ISSUE was whether the out of Addis Ababa yesterday nocent Angolans."
OAU would vote to recognize and left behind a delegation to
the Soviet-backed Popular Move- represent Zambia, told report- The MPLA was not permitted
ment for the Liberation of 'An- ers before leaving: "We've got to bring the three South African
gola (MPLA) or to support an- to get an agreement. Other- prisoners to the summit site.
other resolution calling for a wise, it is a disaster for Africa Sources said this decision had
government of national unity in and for Angola." been made by President ,Idi
che former Portuguese colony. In an impassioned appeal for Amin of Uganda, the current
Although the 46 OAU member a government of national unity OAU chairman.
states were reported- to be split---
evenly on the question, observ-
ers said there were indications I L oteML tefblee h a t c p t
debate was eaa PL to participate

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African leaders deadlocked
at emergency OAU summit
A D D I S A B A B A, Ethopia uncommitted. and an end to foreign interven-
Reuter) - African leaders at- As well as calling for a gov- tion in Angola. Kuanda told the
nding an emergency summit ernment of national unity,' the summit the war was "the most
the Organization of African second resolution would request serious and tragic crisis" Africa
nity (OAU) were reported to a ceasefire and an end to for- had faced in the 12-year history
still deadlocked yesterday eign intervention in Angola. of the OAU.
ver two rival resolutions on THE MPLA HAS been battl-
ading the Angolan civil war. ing for control of the territory "WE SHOULD not indulge
As members of the OAU de- against the National Front for ourselves in endless recrimina-
ated the issue for a third day, the Liberation of A n g o 1 a tion," he said. "We must not
resident Kenneth Kaunda of (FNLA) and the National Union sink so low as to trade insults
ambia said the situation was for the Total Independence of among ourselves. We have not

The College of LSA does not provide for adequate student participa-
tion in college decision-making. That is why the LSA Student Govern-
ment is continually working for meaningful student representation on
College committees. It also means that those' student seats that do
exist on College committees are even more critical to students.
The LSA Student Government is now interviewing for
openings on the following committees:
COLLEGE CURRICULUM COMMITTEE
LSA ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD
STUDENT-FACULTY BOARD
COLLEGE ADMISSIONS COMMITTEE
SIGN UP FOR AN INTERVIEW IN ROOM 4001 MICHIGAN UNION
EADLINE FOR APPLICATION is FRIDAY, Jan. 16,1976 at 5:00 p.m.

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MPLA officials said they had
brought three South African pris-
oners here to display to re-
porters, and the observers said
this could indicate MPLA con-
cern over the drift of the debate.
THE DECISION to bring the
prisoners here might be an at-
tempt by the MULA to tip the
blance in its favor, the ob-
Iservers said.
OAU officials said the rival
resolutions were each supported
by 22 member states with
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brary building and were defus-
ed by New York police experts.
They were set to go off at 3
EGYPTIAN Ambassador Es-
mat Abdel Meguid told news-
men Ebypt, the PLO, Syria,
Jordan and Libya have formed
a committee to prepare a reso-
lution 'to submit to the council.
Monday morning three pipe
p.im. - shortly before the' Se-
curity Council convened.
A U. N. security officer said
"there was enough explosives
in there to knock down half the=
library."
ABOUT FIVE hours after the
discovery, a man telephoned
The Associated Press and said
the Jewish Armed Resistance
Strike Movement claimed re-
sponsibility for placing the
bombs.

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Council President Salim Sa-
lien of Tanzania made the mo-
tion inviting the PLO to join in
the debate and Moynihan de-
manded a vote on the issue.
The U. S. Ambassador ar-
gued that "the PLO is not a
state" and its participation
could "erode the council's au-
thority, as has already occurred
in the General Assembly."
VOTING for the motion were
China, the Soviet Union, Japan,
Pakistan,, Panama, Guyana,
Sweden, Romania, Libya, Tan-
zania ' and Benin, formerly
known as Dahomey.
I Moynihan told the council
the United States opposed the
invitation because the PLO
"refuses to acknowledge the
authority of this council" and
does not recognize Israel's
. "right to exist."

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