THE MICHIGAN DAILY
1st MICHIGAN CONFERENCE on
ZIONISM, RACISM &
12:30 Opening Remarks
1:00 STEPHEN HALBROOK, Colonialism, Racism and Stat-
Howard University isi: Philosophy and Prais of
2:00 ABDEEN JABARA, "Is Zionism a Form of Racism
Detroit Attorney Under Lows?"
3:15 SAMEER ABRAHAM, "The Palestinian S t r a a a I e
Wayne State University"Aainst Z i o a is t Colonialism
4:15 JAMES ZOGBY, "Israeli Human Rights Viola-
Shippensbura State Collee "ionsin the Occupied Terri-
6:30 Film "The Key," Produced by P.L.O.
for the United Nations Habitat
7:00 DENNIS BRUTUS, "Israel and Sooth Africa: Port-
Northec tamrnUniaersitta ners in Settler Colonialism"
8:00 PANEL DISCUSSION
9:00 Film "To Live," Produced by the
Israeli Motzpen Party
SATU R DAY, MAY 14-12:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m.
At the UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Michigan Union-Kuenzel Room
NO ADMISSION CHARGE
SPONSORS: Aterican Arab; Organization of Ann Arbor
Iranion Student Association U of M. EMU _
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Friday, May 13, 1977
Young criticizes Soviets
for aiding African wars
ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast (M -
Ambassador Andrew Young cri-
ticized the Soviet Union for con-
tributing to wars in Africa in-
stead of to peaceful projects and
said yesterday the United States
should launch a large-scale aid
"I don't know a single place
in Africa where the Soviets have
made a single contribution to
development," Young told re
". .. The U.S. has to help
do in Africa some of the same
things it did in Europe at the
end of the Second World War,"
he said. "What we now seedh
Africa is the beginning of a dea
velopment strategy for this con.
tinent which involves all the
Ford Motor Co.
(Continued from Page 3) the sale of police and militara
"a big statement to a corpora- trucks" to South Africa, Smith
tion like Ford." asked. Ford answered: "No."
The trustees of Stanford Uni- Smith asked the chairrnA
versity agreed to abstain from why the company had "an open
the vote refusing SCRIP's de- door policy." Ford replied "If
mand that they favor the pro- they're going to buy them from
posal. somebody else, we'd just as
Before reading the statement soon sell the& ourselves." A
from the Stanford students, plause rose from the Renna]s.
Smith fired a series of pointed sance Ballroom in response t;
questions at Henry Ford, who the remark.
responded in turn with blunt "I find that frank and can
answers. did," Smith said. "I also find :
"Are there any restrictions on shocking."
Police, victim debate:
Was there a shot?
(Continued from Page 3)
Downtown Club rules. The argu-
ment evolved into a fight and
police say Bristol was beaten
with a cane.
There appeared to be confu-
sion in the police report, accord-
ing to Hill. Although some wit-
nesses claim to have heard
shots, officers were originally
responding to a stabbing call.
There is no indication in the .re-
port that Bristol was shot.
"NO GUN was found, and cer-
tainly no gunshots were found in
Mr. Bristol," Hill said. "There
was definitely no shooting. There
was no gun used and no knife
Bristol's account of the incia
dent differs, however. Bristl
claims he came to the aid ad
another employe whom he sail
Canada was threatening He
said when he attempted to eject
Canada from the building the
According to Bristol, Canadi
fired a shot at him, grazing hit
scalp. "I made the mistake o
coming behind him," he said.
Bristol said he suffered G
broken collar bone, head lacera.
tions, and internal injuries at
his left side as a result of th
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