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-ge Ten THE MtICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, July 9, 1977
RACKH~AMS.A
GRADUATES. African province schedules talks

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JOHANNESBURG, South Af-
rica I(F-A provincial official in
South Africa's Natal province
announced yesterday that white,
black and Indian leaders will
meet later this month for Ln-
precedenited talks aimed at pos-
sible creation of a multiracial'
goverument there.
Such a move, quietly under
discussion for several months,
would arun counter to South Af-
rica's long-established policies of
white supremacy and racial

separation.
FRANK MA R T I N, senior
member of the provincial execu-
tive council, announced the up-
coming meeting and said the
agenda would be left open so
black leaders would not com-
mit themselves to anything sin-
ply by attending.
If preliminary agreement on
objectives can be reached, full-
scale talks would become a pos-
sibility, he said.
A 1970 government census said

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Natal, in eastern South Africa,
had a population of 442,040
whites 67,000 "coloreds" or
persons of mixed race, 515,000
Indians and 1.1 million blacks.
MARTIN GAVE no details of
what the provincial leadership
is contemplating, but in a recent
newspaper interview he said
"our scheme" would recognize
blacks as permanent residents
of urban areas and would extend
full civil rights to them.
South Africa's ruling National
party has been split recently
over whether or how to recog-
nize the rights of urban blacks
Recreation i
(Continued rom Page 3t
animals look like.
"The problems involved with
animals is their security," Gam-
ble said. "But we would like to
continue the area's barnyard
tradition "
If the Oointy Board of Direc-
tors approves the plan next
month, funds for the project will
be taken from the one-quarter
mill ballot proposal passed by
county voters in last Novem-
ber's election for county park
improvements.
A commissioner points out the
important utility of the land:
"As an attractive piece of open
land in the heart of an urban-

living outside their designate
tribal homelands.
"We would also like to see im
mediate self-government grant
ed to all urban communitis
with multiracial metropolita
boards to coordinate servicesis
the large urban areas," Martin
said in the interview,
"IN BROAD outline, whit We
envisage is a situation where the
plural nature of our societi
recognized and where there ml
be joint decision-makins is nt
ters of agreed common iter-
est," he said.
irea planned
ized area already in public own.
ership, it is an irreplaceable
public resource. As the ge.
graphic center of the populatios,
it is accessible to more Wash-
tenaw County residents for rec-
reation than any spot is the en-
tire city."
The area is now used for
some recreational activities, It
has a nature trail, a picnic shel-
ter, a parcours-a combination
jogging and exercise trail pat-
temed after European fitnes
courses and since 1972, 1,0
Project GROW gardeners have
raised their own vegetables or
community garden plots locate
on the site.

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