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Page 2-Saturday, June 3, 1978-The Michigan Daily
Church Worship Serices,

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Churh id rSu -u: 2 a enrs
Ehristiang Sine eainp Rom
:13 'Ashe i1I4 '5
Sunday Strvices and Snday Shay
Wc dnesday T estimny Meeting-1:00
Chbud C arc Sunday -under 2 years.
Christian Science Reading Room-
201 F Libertyv 10-5 Monday-Saturday:
closed Sundays.
UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIP
502 W. Huron-761-2418
Sunday, 10:30 a.m.-Sandy Fortier,
therapist, Huron Valley Institute.
"Sexuality/Sensuality/Communica-
tion."
Last meeting until September.
"Let us treat men and women well;
treat them as if they were real; per-
haps they are."-Emerson

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tAtEL G l (N -111
15 1 55a' hien-' w AvXii- -56
SIfred T. rhti, Pastor
Sunday Service sat :1 a.n_6
M1in:-c rl"Rfraion fRoats"
Olinisliryi lif Ih fhr itian
Ileformerid ( hirh 1
13WashU'enw- -111-74121
ier. Iloi lPstemna, Pastor
Sarahay - evices af 1(1 amr , p.mn
Coffee hour- 1:15a.m.
ST. MARY STUDENT CHAPEL
(Catholic) :ii Thompson--663-0557
Weekend Masses:
Saturday-10 p.m.
Sunday-7:45 a.m., 9 am., 10:30
a.m., noon, and 5 p.m.
* *
UNIVERSITY REFORMED CHURCH
1001 E. Huron
Calvin Malefyt, Minister
10:00 a.m.-Morning Service
&,:30 p.m--Informal Worship/,
* * *
LORD OF LIGHT
LUTHERAN CHURCH
(the campus ministry of the ALC-LCA)
Gordon Ward, Pastor
801 S. Forest at Hill St.-668-7622
Sunday Worship at 10:00 a.m.
* * *
UNITY OF ANN ARBOR
Sunday Services and Sunday School
-11:00 a.m.
at loward Jonhson's 2380 Carpenter Rd.
Dial-a-Thought: 971-5230
Where people of all ages learn to ex-
press their inner -potentials. For more
information call 971-5262.
Sunday Services and Sunday School-
10:30 a.m.

RT r Staindit, f
60(Wilia aeso f rof i Stai
fosh iSrie-030am
Summer orni 9 Wosapin
60 d TllaSpCor Ho Cat
50 E. WHron663937
0e. Trry An.ldMinir M
Paul E.aWisla, erf ampue
Worship Service-i:30 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship-i
AMERICAN BAPTIST *
CAMPUS CENTER ANt)
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCI
502 e tHuron-66a-9376
. Carroll Arnold, Minister
Paul T avisv. Iterilams
Worship-iterim. Bba l
a.m.
Fellowship Meeting-Wedne
7:45 p.m.,
* * *
FIRST UNITED METHODIST
State at Huron and Washington
Dr. Donald B. Strohe r
The Rev. Fred B, Maitland
The Rev. E. Jack Lemoo
Worship Services at 9:00 an
Church School at 9:00 and 11:
Adult Enrichment at 10:90.
* * *
WESLEY FOUNDATION
UNITEI) METHODIST
CAMPUS MINISTRY
602 E. Boron-at State, 668-0881
Rev, W. Thomas Schomaker, Cha
Rev, Anne Broyles, Chaplain
Extensive programming for th
pus community.

11 --1-
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f 1ishing vsscis yseay o awii-c isrds-ed
.iivC taian waers, an ei-sction
pronipi --i;y falure of Washinton
and Villa i. t. at Treaty gv-r-ng
U. S.-Canadian fishing rights.
f1 ;t he decision announced in Ottawa y
2-14016 External Affairs Minister Don
Sunday. Jamieson, came after Canadian of-
ficials reached the conclusion that
negotiations had reached an impasse.
llClf( The eviction notices becomes effec-
nister tive at noon Sunday, the time when an
interim fishing agreement between the
two nations expires. The interim
a.m. agreement permits vessels of each
nation to fish in territorial waters of the
other country.
NO U.S. OFFICIALS were im-
mediately available to say whether the
United States planned to retaliate by
i.ist.r posting a similar eviction.
tudy-1i Both nations claim jurisdiction over
fishing 200 miles from shore.
sday at Jamieson told the House of Commons
the closure is the most "appropriate
means of maintaining a balance bet-
ween the fishing interests of the two
nations."
The failure to reach a long-term
fishing agreement stems from disputes
over fishing off the North Atlantic and
d 11:00. in the Pacific Northwest.
00.
CANADA HAS asked the United
States to restrict pollock and scallon
fishermen off the Georges Banks in the
North Atlantic and to lower the U.S.
take of cod and haddock. Canada has
imposed restrictions on its pollock and
scallop fishermen in the North Atlantic
plain region.
The United States asked Canada to
e cam- halt commercial salmon fishing on the
Swiftsure Banks off southern British
Columbia on April 15. The closure was
designed to permit more salmon to
migrate to U.S. waters. Canada didn't
close the area to fishing until mid-May.
At the same time, the U.S. gover-
nment did not give Canada increased
y access to salmon-rich waters off
d Washington State,
n
d
s OFFICIALS estimated there are
- about 20 U.S. vessels now off the east
s coast 6f Canada and another 30 to 40
r vessels off the West Coast.
There are believed to be from 50 to
150Canadian boats in U.S. waters.
e
0
e Accidental work deaths in
agriculture totaled 2,100 in 1975. Farm
e residents were involved in 1,500 of these
it and the remaining 600 were nonresiden-
ts of farms, says the National Safety
s Council.
e
i,
n THE MICHIGAN DAILY
f Volume LXXXVIlI, No. 23-
h Saturday, June 3, 1978
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"WHY DO THE HEATHEN RAGE?"
Psalms 2:1 and Acts 4:25

The greatest Oak Tree you ever saw, it
grew, once upon a time was condensed
the shell of a little acorn. The power of li
put within it enabled It to draw food fron
sunshine, etc., and develop itself toI
enormity and serve man, bird and beast.
We suggest that the First Psalm o
Almighty's Book revealing Himself to mar
to the Acorn in whichIs condensed and ca
Truths of God revealed by the great and m
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY PSALMS.
every Psalm can be easily related or conn
other messages of the First Psalm: the t
fulness, and the happiness of those whoi
and walk In The Law of The Lord, pr tt
ungodly who do not so.
Consider the Second Psalm, the openin
the question at the top. The "heathen rag
"people who Imagine a vain thing, kings,
themselves In opposition to Gods Laws,
His King" - a king's duty Is to rule, reign
force laws and put down the rebellious
warned to submit to Gods King, make p
perish when His wrath Is kindled but a II
"Clouds arise, and winds blow, by o
Throne" says the hymn, think by lssac Ws
pressed with the words of the Cardinal In
of the late President Kennedy, about as
dressed The Almighty: "Thou has comm
the departed to leave the earth and retu
gavelt."Think that was about the first tho
when the news came of the President's a

he largest that ever one sparrow fails to the ground without your Heavenli
and compacted in Father's permission," and therefore It must be "commanded
a that theAlmlghty by God on orders from His Throne." Probably more thai
m the earth, water, once this statement was heard In the funeral service: Go
its greatness and has commanded this soul from time to eternity. Therefore, Is
it not the part of wisdom to give primary thought and con-
4 The Bible, God sideration tothemannerand meansby whichthecommands
n, might be likened are executed, lest an overdue attention to the manner os
Dmpacted the great means offend The Commander?
nighty Tfree-THE Whenever terrible and shocking calamities befall
Every message of naturally men begin to cry: why? why? O why? And doub
ected to one or the tless we do well If sincere, for The Word of God says"It is the
blessing, the fruit- glory of God to conceal amatter, but the honor of kings tc
delight to meditate search It out"
he curse upon the If you believe The Bible, and will readThe Bible and note
the context of such words as BECAUSE, WHEREFORE
THEREFORE, etc., in time you can find just about all the
g words of which is answers to the "whys." And you won't have to read far untl
ers' are named as you begin to find God makirg explanation with"BECAUSE.'
and rulers, who set In the third chapter of Genesis: "And The Lord God sait
and HIs Anointed, unto the serpent, Because...; "and the next word Because is
, proclaim and en- Inferred In what was said to the woman; "And unto Adam Hi
. The heathen are said, Because ..." Unto Cain God said: "If thou doest well
3eace with Him, or shalt thou not be accepted? and if thou doest no well, si
ttel Ileth at the door." Abraham "did well," and not the place a
irders from God's "Because" In what God said: "By myself have I swom, saitt
cts. Was much im- The Lord, forBecause thouhast done this thing, and hast no
the funeral service withheld thy son, thine only son: That In blessing I will bles
follows as he ad- thee, and In multiplying I will multiply thy seek ... and In thl
Handed the soul of seed shall all the nationsof the earth bekessed;BECAUSE
um unto God who THOU HAST OBEYED MY VOICE." "The curse shall no
ughtthat occurred causeless come," the Scriptures say. Certainly they Infe
assassination: "Not also "blessings shall not causeless comel"
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