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Friday, June 23, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nune

Friday, June 23, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

Women protest Indochina war

(Continued from Page ])}
Washington."
Meanwhile, in Washington
under rainy skies, folksinger
Joan Baez led protesters in
forming a ring around the Cap-
itol to demand that Congress
cut off funding for the war.
"More than $4.5 billion will
go next year into blowing up
Indochina," Baez said. "We're
saying, keep that money at

home. For God's sake, do some-
thing intelligent with it and stop
burning people to death."
The women then visited their
congressmen's offices. Several
asked to see Sen. Robert Grif-
fin (R-Mich.) but were told he
was absent. They later saw him
scurrying down the hall.
The demonstration was bill-
fed as "an action by the women
and children of America for

the women and children of In-
dochina."
Organizers said the demon-
stration would have been even
larger if it were not for flood
conditions in the Northeast.
One young demonstrator, Ja-
mie Raskin. said, "In Vietnai
lightning is napalm and thun-
der is guns. Are we going to
sit out because of rain in Wash-
ington?"
LaDonna Harris, wife of Sen.
Fred Harris (D-Okla, and ac-
tress Candice Bergen joined
Baez in leading the protest.
Also present was one contin-
gent of grandmothers wearing
red ribbons across their chests
proclaiming "grandmother."
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His partner gazed out the c
bear, all right."
The fishermen called police at
eight hours later when game off
shoot the animal out of a 60-foot
swamps where he belonged.
"He was a beautiful black
bear, I'd say about 300 to 400
pounds," Miller said.
"After he came out of the
swamp, he roamed through resi-
dential areas for a while, scaring
'the wits out of everybody who
saw him,
"But he wasn't mean," Miller
said. "He was just scared and
confused."
The bear's trip to town ended
soon after he climbed a fence
into a school yard and shinnied
up a 60-foot pine tree while a
crowd of 1,000 gathered to watch
the proceedings.
A marksman climbed into the
bucket and was raised near the
top of the tree so that he could
shoot the bear twice with tran-
quilizing darts.
After about 20 minutes, the
bear grew drowsy, put his face
in his paws and dropped out of
the tree.
"An Air Force veterinarian
and I went in right away and
gave him heart massage," Mil-
ler raid. "You have to do that
with tranquilized animals to
make sure they don't go "into
shock. He was starting to come
out of it as we loaded him into
the truck 15 minutes later."
"He went peaceably enough,"
Miller said, "but you could see
he wasn't the least bit happy
about the whole mess."

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(Continued from Pagel}
and allow these things to hap- KEEP THIS LIST!
pen" if Whitelaw accepts IRA
peace terms.
The Provisionals have offered
other cease-fires before - but Ann Arbor has a wide variety of services ready to give immediate aid in 0n emergency.
on conditions the British would Unless otherwise noted, oll of the following people are available around the clock, 7 days
a week:
not consider.
--76-GU I DE
Their latest terms have been
Immediate help for any problem. Aid in cutting through red tape.; someone to listen
deliberately kept secret pee- when you need to talk. Referral to campus and community resources. Professional coun-
sumably by arrangement and se.lors on call. A Counseling Services agency, primarily for students. Dial 76-GUIDE.
because they expect to be repre- -UNIVERSITY INFORMATION
sented at the peace table. Phone numbers of University faculty, staff, and offices. From University phones, Dial
Whitelaw declined to specu- "O"; from elsewhere, Dial 764-1817.
late why the IRA have decided -STUDENT LOCATOR
on a cease-fire. But he sug- Student phones and addresses. Dial 764-2330, 8 a.m.-10:30 p.m. weekdays; 9 a m.-
gested he may have achieved 10:30 p.m. weekends.
his aim of detaching "the main -LOCAL DIRECTORY ASSISTANCE
Catholic community from the Non-University numbers. Dial 411,
terrorists." -HEALTH SERVICE
While exchanges on the cease- For student medical emergencies. Dial 764-8320, (in extreme emergency--coma, mas-
fire took place, a gun battle sive bleeding ,etc--call Emergency Room, University Hospital),
flared between guerrillas and -EMERGENCY ROOM
British troops in Belfast's Cath- University Hospital. Medical and psychiatric emergencies. Dial 764-5102,
olic stronghold of Anderson- -POISON CONTROL
town. Four men were wounded -POISoNdo nTo L
by army bullets. What to do when pioning to suspected. Dial 764-5102.
In Newry, another Catholic -MINORITY COUNSELING & INFORMATION
area, armed men bombed a gov- Helps minority students solve the many problems encountered at the University. Coun-
selors available 24 hours. A Counseling Services agency, primarily for students. Dial
ernment office, injuring six 764-8131.
persons. _DR UGHELP

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Dial 761-HELP.
-WOMEN'S CRISIS CENTER
Counseling, referral by and for women. Dial 761-WISE, 6 p.m.-2 a.m.
-OZONE HOUSE
Aids run-aways; short-term youth and family counseling; temporary food and shelter;
Iegal and medical aid. Dial 769-6540. 9 a.m.-l a.m.
-ANN ARBOR NETWORK
Youth community information: phone numbers, draft information; Ride Switchboard.
Dial 769-6540. 9 a.m.-t a.m.
-CRISIS WALK-IN CLINIC
Crisis counseling for emotional, personal, or family problems. A county agency, pri-
marily for non-students. Dial 761-9834.
-CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES
Foster care placernents; personal counseling; help in finding food and housing. Dial
662-4534 or 662-1535.
-THE FISH
Emergency local transportation for people in need. Dial 662-5674.
-S.O.S.
Crisisassistane, infsrmotion, ref'eralandcommsnity serccs in Ypsilati. Dial 485-
3222,
-ANN ARBOR POLICE
Dial 769-6311.
-ANN ARBOR FIRE DEPARTMENT
Dial-663-4138.
-OTHER CITY OFFICES
Emergencies where city services are needed itraffic lights out, trees down, road blocked,
etc. 'Dial 761-2400, 8 a -5 p.m. weekdays soth'ries Dial 761-2578.
WHEN IN DOUBT-CALL 76-GUIDE
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