THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, May 8 ,1975
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6:00 2 4 7 11 13 News
20 It Takes a Thief
24 ABC News-Smith/
30 57 Electric Company
30 Star Trek
6:30 4 13 NBC News--John
7 ABC News-Smith/
9 I Dream of Jeannie
C1 CBS News-Walter
24 Mod Squad
30 57 Zoom-Children
7:00 7 CBS News-Walter Cronkite
4 7 News
9 Beverly Hillbillies
it Family Affair
13 What's My Lint?
20 To Tell the Trsth
30 Ohio This Week
50 Hogan's Heroes
57 Dig It
7:30 2 13 Trth or Consequences
7 Let's Make A Desl
11 Wild Kingdom
20 Voyage to the Bottom of
24 Ohio Lottery Buckeye 300
30 57 Consumer Survival
50 Hogan's Heroes
If CDC offers the Stanley Cup
Play-offs, Ch. 9 will pre-empt
regular programming tonieht
to telecast the hocksey game.
8:00 2 11 The Waltens
4 13 Sunshine
7 24 Bamney Miller
9 To Be Annossced
30 57 Bill Moyers' Journal:
50 Dealer's Choice
8:30 4 13 Bob Crane
7 24 Karen
20 Happy Though Married
50 Merv Griffin
9:00 2 11 Movie "Generation"
4 13 Mac Davis
7 24 Streets of San Francisco
30 57 In Performance at Wolf
10:00 4 13 Movn' On
7 24 Harry O
20 700 Club
56 Auction Continues
10:30 30 57 Sam Francis: These
are My Footsteps-Profile
11:00 2 4 7 11 13 24 News
9 CBC News-Lloyd Robertson
51 Arab and Israelis
11:20 9 News
11:30 2 Movie
"The Snoop Sisters."
4 13 JohnnyCarson
In the ne
HAVANA, CUBA - Sen. G e o r g e
McGovern said yesterday that Prime
Minister Fidel Castro feels "inevitably
a change will come" ... and trade and
diplomatic relations with the Un i t e d
States will be restored. The South Da-
kota Democrat, reported on a meeting
until midnight with Castro, Vice Prime
Minister Carlos Rodriquez and Foreign
Minister Raul Roa, said his primary in-
terest was "to get on with" finding
ways to remove the U.S. trade embargo
imposed in 1%2. McGovern, only t he
third U.S. Senator to visit Cuba since
the United States broke off relations in
1961, said he expected to meet Castro
again and would go into specifics on how
to end the blockade.
OMAHA, NEB. -- National Guardsmen
patrolled shattered neighborhoods in
southwest and west Omaha yesterday
following tornadoes that killed at least
three persons, injured 132 and caused
millions of dollars in damage. Three
tornades swept across the area late in
the afternoon Tuesday. About a dozen
twisters in all hit widespread areas in
the northeastern part of the state. No
deaths were reported outside of Omaha.
Gov. J. J. Exon surveyed the damage
from a helicopter and said at a news
conference Wednesday in Lincoln that
at least 500 homes were destroyed and
more than 1,000 severely damaged.
Exon said the damage would be $500
million, and the total could well be in
the neighborhood of $1 billion. Earlier
in the day, Omaha mayor Edward Zorin-
sky said he felt the damage estimated
would be well in excess of $100 million.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - President Ford
assured the prime ministers of Aus-
tralia and New Zealand yesterday that
the fall of South iVetnam "has in no way in a row for the smallest of the "Big
weakened the U.S. resolve to stand Four" auto companies and completed a
by its Allies and friends in Asia and series of January-March financial state-
everywhere." Press secretary R on ments that were the worst for the in-
Nessen expanded on Ford's declaration dustry since the 1930's Great Depression.
at his Tuesday night news conference The loss, in the second quarter of AMC's
saying that the United States will firm- fiscal year that begins in October, cotn-
ly support commitments with South pared with a profit of $6.9 million in the
Korea and Taiwan. He added that the same three months last year. The loss,
support of Taiwan in now way alters the equal to $1.60 a share, was even bigger
U.S. goal to seek normalization of rela- than the $27.8 million AMC lost in the
tions with mainland China. Later, t h e July-September quarter of 1967. Com-
President arranged to meet with British pany officials said much of the loss was
Prime Minister Harold Wilson for a dis- attributable to the industry downturn and
cussion of prospects for the NATO sum- substantial costs incurred in introducing
mit meeting which both will attend in its new small Pacer. Sales in the quarter
Brussels May 29 and 30. dropped only slightly, from $490 million
last year to $482 in this year's quarter.
CYPRESS, FLA. - State and federal EAST LANSING, Mich. - Three homo-
game agents raided a large animal sexuals have filed a civil rights coin-
compound in this Jackson County toWl- plaint with the East Lansing Human
ship Tuesday and arrested the operator Relations Commission claiming they
on charges of illegal trading in alligators were ushered out of a nightclub f o r
and other protected Florida wildlife. Lt. dancing together. Rob Bolett, Ted
Cal. Brantley Goodson, enforcement Kleickdoll and Kristine Alfredson, all of
chief of the Game and Freshwater Fish East Lansing, said they and 11 other
Commission, said a dozen live alligators members of the local Gay Liberation
and one alligator skin were found around Movement were asked to leave the down-
a compound where Romulus Scalf was stairs night club portion of Dooley's Res-
arrested. Also found were a federally taurant Apri 16 after other patrons com-
protected green heron along with several plained they were dancing together. The
hawks and an owl in a deep freeze, plus complaint said that restaurant's action
several poisonous snakes and some lions. colat lai tht strns action
Scal faes p t fie yers n piso if violated the civil rights sections of the
Scalf faces up to five years in prison if city code prohibiting discriminaton bas-
convicted on -the Itate charges of P0s- ed on sexual preference.
sessing, buying and selling alligators.
More balmy weather comes our way
DETROIT - American Motors Corp. as today should be sunny with the tem-
yesterday reported a loss of $47.8 million peranight we going upartlycloudy the mid-s. To-
nihiilbeprlnlod ih Thehigh
in the first three months of 1975, the around 45. Friday will be partly sunny
biggest loss in the company's 21-year and a little bit warmer as temperatures
history. It was the third quarterly loss should shoot up into the 70's.
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