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Page 1J-Thursday, June 28, 1979-The Michigan Daily

Ann Arbor-based dance troupe Mirage will join Ed Clark (far right) and San Franciscan professional James Tyler in
two improvisational dance performances this weekend. The company will perform Friday and Saturday, June 29 and
30, at 8 p.m. at 10912 North Main.
Mich. Media to show free 'theme'films
Free films will be shown on Mon- politics and culture, to various nothing but a nuisance. Other films
day-Thursday nights for three weeks aspects of childhood. that night are Gene Engineers,
beginning on Monday, July 9, at Thursday, July 19, for instange, about DNA research, and More
MLB Auditorium3. will bring Kudzu, a brief, humorous Nuclear Power Stations, which
The University Media Resources look at the vine of Japanese origin tracks the path of nuclear fuel in this
Center is sponsoring the showings, that was first brought to the country.
each night of which will focus on American south for its agricultural Showings begin at 7:30 p.m. and
some theme, ranging from benefits, but has since thrived to the last about two hours.
ecological tampering to African point where most Southerners find it

Truck strike
reported in
('ninud hornm a "
Sporadic shootings, firebombings and
rock-throwing incidents were reported
bgy authorities in at least 12 states
yesterday in the latest wave of highway
violence linked to the protest.
THE IDLED independent haulers
continued to disrupt the movement of
meat, produce and vegetables,
especially from California, Florida and
the Midwest.
The nationwide protest of high diesel
fuel prices, government regulations
and the 55 mph speed limit already has
resulted in layoffs and scattered food
shortages in Michigan.
Grocery shoppers could be hit with
even higher prices and some shortages
by next week as independent truckers
continue to put the squeeze on food
shipments across the country, industry
spokespersons said yesterday.
Spokespersons for major super-
market chains serving the Northeast
metropolitan centers said yesterday
they were using alternative supply
sources to meet demand but costs were
sure to rise.
The New York Consumer Affairs
Commission reported Tuesday that the
cost of feedings family of four rose 1.07
per cent last week because of the
truckers' strike. And in the
Washington, D.C. area, the wholesale
price of lemons, for example, was
reported up from four cents to 12 cents
and the cost of lettuce was up from 31
cents to 46 ce..ts a head.
The United States imports some nine
million barrels of oil a day, at an annual
cost of some $45 billion a year, accor-
ding to National Geographic. The
Department of Energy has predited
that oil imports may cost the nation
$100 billion a year by 1985.
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