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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, May 24, 1972

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, May 24, 1972

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False alarm
The Italian liner Leonardo da Vinci rides at ancho
de Ribamar, midway between Lisbon and Est
yesterday, while experts search for alleged bombs.
letter said bombs would go off unless a $100,000 ran
but a stem-to-stern search of the liner revealed

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Soldier shot
in N., Ireland
BELFAST (A') - A British
soldier was slain by a sniper last
night and a big bomb blasted
the center of Belfast, causing
widespread destruction as angry
demands mounted for an end to
the violence of the Irish Repub-
lican Army.
The soldier, slain on patrol
in a Belfast street, was the 335th
victim of 33 months of bloody
turmoil throughout Northern
Ireland.
In Londondery, Roman Catho-
lic women, a priest, civil rights
leaders and thousands of mourn-
ers at a funeral demanded an
end to IRA violence.
They eventually won a prom-
ise from the oficial wing of the
IRA to scale down its attacks.

ly named director of the Na-
tional Health Service Corps,
said about 5,000 communities in
the nation lack health-care.erv-
ices.
By the end of last year near-
ly 500 communities lad applied
for help under the 1970 Emer-
gency Health Personnel A c t ,
funded with $15 mililon this fis-
cal year and an identical amount
requested next year.
Earlier this year HEW as-
signed 68 federal health profes-
sionals to 18 city slums and re-
mote rural areas in 13 states ai
the first phase of the program.
"In being responsive to These
needs," Rimple said, "the Na-
tional Health Service Corps ic
not attempting to deal with the
problem of the over-all shortage
of health personnel, but rather
to alleviate some of the more
acute problems."

British veto lan for
Rhodesian self-rule
LONDON UP - Britain pledged yesterday to continue
sanctions against Rhodesia after a British commission re-
ported the black majority in that rebel colony overwhelm-
ingly rejected a planned independence deal.
Almost immediately a new row flared between the Brit-
ish government and Prime Minister Ian Smith's regime in
Rhodesia over the findings of a commission headed by
former High Court Judge Lord Pearce.
Speaking for Britain, Foreign Secretary Sir Alex Doug-
las-Home accepted the 24-member group's central con-
clusion. "The people of Rhodesia as a whole do not regard
the proposals as acceptable as a basis for independence."
In Salisbury the Smith regime
dismissed the commission's ver-
dict, charging that only a minor-
ity of adult blacks had b e e n oU 1L e1
consulted. It approved hand-
* . picked portions of the commis-
*:::-.h sion's 208-page report while as-
-Associated Press sailing judgments unfavorable to eX p an d e
the policy of the all-white gov-
ernment.
r off Sao Jose Britain's refusal meant t h at
oril, Portugal, Rhodesia will continue to be gov-h ealthaia
An anonymous erned under a 1969 constitu-
isom was paid, tion that London has denounced WASHINGTON (Y) - The gov-
nothing. as illegal. Furthermore, Doug- erment yesterday designated
nothing.__ lIs-Home announced the contin- 122 urban and rural areas, in-
uation of British sanctions and eluding the entire state of Alas-
ial Bulletin the Royal Navy's blockade of ka, as medical poverty pockets
v, MAY 24 the Mozambique port of Beira, eligible for low-cost treatment
ion Meeting: Ho- which leads to Rhodesia. by federal doctors, nurses and
Michigan Union.
The Conservative government
esearch Inst. semi- of Prime Minister Edward Heath The Department of Health,
quently uoes the came to terms with Smith's re- Education and Welfare said it
er and Why?" Hs- gime last year. Their agreement, will assign a total of 152 phy-
0 p.m. which was contingent on popu- sicians, 20 dentists, 72 nurses
Notices lar acceptance in Rhodesia, of- and 4 other health professionals
coosm nications: fered Rhodesia's 250,000 whites to the selected areas in 39 stat-
the June 1 6 i- immediate independence and its es and the District of Columbia
t be in the Presi- five million blacks a prospect in July, after further assessment
e 1; personnel com- of power after the year 2000. of local needs.
e academic appts.
date. Pearce's commission carried Fees wil be charged on the
- --- out a two-month test of Rho- basis of ability to pay.
desian opinion on the terms of
the settlement reached between Treatment wil be free to many
ARE Smith and Douglas-Home 1las t of the patients, who will include
jyear. poor blacks, Chicanos, Americar
Indians and Appalachian famil-
Sas ther ihehma ies. Since the personnel is sal-
en a chance to express them- go to the government d
selves on a crucial political is-
sue. Dr. H. McDonald Rimple, new-
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