Wednesday, May 21, 1975
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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WANTED-10 speed bike. Price ne-
Oiable. Call persistently, 994-0174.
CHEAP 3 - SPEED MAN'S BIKE(S)
wanted. Call 769-7824 between 5-7
pa. ONLY. Thank you! dK
MOB CONVERTIBLE Blae
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oifer. 662-4201. 21N528
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tation. 761-6456 persistently. 99N524
191 PINTO. low ileage, autmatc,
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RA\THER be traveling abroad but
spending Spring in Ann Arbor in-
slead? Learn about other counties
Board at an International Co-op.
lom or Carol. 761-7435. 01P523
GIBSON LAP steel guitar. Apollo
Music Center. 761-9430. eXtc
KINGSTON B A N J O needs new
home. $85 with case. 665-4580. 0X521
USED VIOLINS-Good for starter.
$89.50. Apollo Music Center. 769-
LUDWIG DRUM SET-Double toms,
Zildjian cymbals, exceeent condi-
tion. Als Dyna ap with Can
,ekers. Sandy, 761-9009 after 6.
USED FENDER, superb reverb with
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DUAL 1216 turntable, like new.
Pitch control, anti-skating, base
and cover w/ M91ED cartridge. $125
or best offer. Call Geoff, 668-7183.
APARTMENT sie eletic stove. $25
or best offer. 426-3792. 2B523
DYNACO Dual Hegeman Sterea and
10-Speed. Jeff, 663-5909. 91B522
MEN'S 10 SPEED BIKE, 27" frame,
$75. 994-6062. 08B516
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Bob or Kathy. 78H523
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purchases. For Saginaw Shop open-
17 Valentne Cs.
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GESTALT ARTS WORKSHOP. Un-
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Henriet Marek. May 30-June 1; $35.
For info or registration call Michael
Andes (662-2801) or Catherine Lilly
COMPLETE PROPHYLACTIC de-
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SPECIAL this weekend. Sat., Sun. &
Mon. at the Union. Reduced rates
for billiards and bowling, open 1
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in business interview trips
MAKE YOUR HOLIDAY
LAOTIAN STUDENTS take a ride on a Pathet Lao PT76 tank as it rolls into Savannakhet yester-
day. This Mekong River market town has been the site of many student demonstrations during
the past week.
Bolivians arrest Gulf Oi
eXec for alleged bribes
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Del Monte, Standard Fruit
and United Brands.
Facio said parliament was
preparing a measure to expro-
priate uncultivated lands held
by Standard Fruit and United
Brands. No dollar value of such
lands was available, but the two
firms have about $200 million
invested in Costa Rica. -
United Brands and Castle &
Cooke, the parent company of
Standard Fruit, denied the
slush fund charges.
THE BRIBE furor involving,
U.S.-based multinational com-
panies erupted last month when
United Brands admitted to the
U. S. Securities and Exchange
Commission (SEC) that it had
paid $1.2 million to government
officials in Honduras to cut
back an export tax agreed on
by six Central American bana-
na producing countries.
Gulf Oil subsequently ack-
nowledged it paid $460,000 in
"political contributions" to the
Bolivian government of the late
President Rene Barrientos from
President Hugo Banzer is un-
der increasing pressure to de-
termine who received the mon-
ey. La Paz police were placed
on emergency status Monday as
students demonstrated, claim-
ing the Gulf payments defiled
the national honor.
B O L I V I A N prosecutor
Rolando Simbron said in an in-
terview, "We will resort to all
means to get Dorsey to testify
in Bolivia. Dorsey will be giv-
en all necessary guarantees so
that he comes to Bolivia and
defends the corporation. From
his own words it will be deter-
mined if he is innocent or not.
But if he is guilty, he will be
Gulf's headquarters are in
Pittsburgh, Pa., and Simbron
did not say how he would at-
tempt to enforce the summons
calling Dorsey to La Paz.
The home of Gulf represen-
tative Dorado Chopitea was un-
der police guard and Simbron
said he would not be permitted
to leave Bolivia until after the
trial. Dorado Chopitea, 60, is a
Bolivian citizen employed by
Gulf since 1956. Bolivia expro-
priated Gulf's holdings in 1969
and under the agreement sign-
ed at that timenstill owes more
than $50 million in compensa-
Gulf issued a statement in
Pittsburgh saying Dorado Cho-
pitea "had no involvement
whatever in the Gulf political
contributions" and promised to
give Banzer "complete infor-
mation on the contributions at
the earliest possible moment."
Sailing ship gears up for 1V2
year global scientific voyage
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wil observe the same finches
and lizards which gave Darwin
proof for his ideas about evolu-
LIKE MANY of the explora-
tions two centuries ago, the ex-
p~edition is privately financed
with each crew member kicking
in abo-t $9.000, but more than
half a dozen of his crew have
had to cancel because they
cold not finance the voyage due
to the country's hard-hitting in-
"Yo' come face-to-face with
voirself on a vosage like this,"
E5knn" says The crew must
be elot n-ally and nhysically
str'ng and bsthy singe the liv-
ig snesre is an li-ited. Although
e'gensisee or ,ar ntical knowl-
-dge is not nrreqisisite, a
few 'old salts will be aboard,
namely the cook and engineer.
Not completely a dreamer,
Erickson does sound a few
notes of caution. "This is not a
lark. People will be working and
scrubing and sewing. On the
other hand, there's also skin
diving and montain climbing,"
which will break the waves'
"THERE'S a great deal of
time on board ship for reading
and studying," Erickson empha-
sized. Although the Osprey is
not an official study ship, ar-
rangements can be made for
independent stidy or other col-
lege credit. After this voyage,
Erickson plans to lead some
less ambitious ones that will be
geared more toward the aca-
Not born a seafarer, Erickson
is from nearby Birmingham. He
las paid for his expeditions by
lectlring to school and museum
audiences in 36 states and
Canada. Ite also narrates travel
filis for the armchair explor-
ers who watch programs like
the "George Pierrot Show."
Erickson also pointed out that,
"We'll be participating in the
1978 training vessel races in
He will be on J.P. McCarthy's
"Focus' around noon today on
WJR. Peonle interested in join-
ing the Osorey's crew should
csll Erickson at 1-644-5423.
MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica
(P) - Cornwall Beach is the
first bathing beach in the Mon-
tego Bay area which is totally
public. Approximately 300 feet
long, it features a huge almond
tree that shades the outdoor
bar. A snack counter, shopping
area and craft training center
also are on the property.