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Thursday, June 19, 1975

In the news I
n h e sInternational
BANGKOK, Thailand - Officials of relief
agencies based in Thailand claim that more
than one million Cambodians may die of star-
vation or hunger-related diseases in the next
18 months. A United Nations official predict-
ed major disaster in Cambodia unless the
country receives food aid and is able to dis-
tribute it. A report in Tuesday's London Daily
Telegraph said starving Cambodians were
eating jungle berries, roots, and all avail-
able animals. The report said cholera h a s
reached epidemic proportions.
LONDO' - Six nations with the capability
to export nuclear plants are considering new
American moves to head off the dangers of
backyard atomic bomb production which could
imperil world peace. The unannounced meet-
ing of experts took place yesterday at the Brit-
ish Foreign Office in extraordinary secrecy.
A British spokesman reported the conferees
declined all information about their work, re-
fusing even to identify the governments or in-
dividuals taking part. Other diplomatic au-
thorities reported, however, that senior offic-
ials of the United States, the Soviet, Union,

Britain,._France, West Germany and Canada
are taking part. One of their major preoccu-
pations, informants-said, was to consider U.S.
proposals to strengthen existing safeguards on
the sale of civilian nuclear plants to insure
that purchasing countries do not and cannot
use them for building weapons.
WAShINGTON - A railroad union president
said yesterday that efforts to reach a contract
settlement with the nation's railroads have
reached an impasse and a strike appears like-
ly begining Monday. C. L. Dennis, president of
the Brotherhood of Railway and Airline Clerks,
accused the employers of "refusing to budge
from their entrenched negative position." Den-
nis said "Nothing in the picture at this time
suggests we will be able to avert a strike."
Hot, sticky, and sultry June weather will
remain for at least another day, as we ex-
pect a high temperature in the mid-80s this
afternoon under partly cloudy skies. The low
tonight will dip to near 60.

TV tonight

6;00 2 4 7 11 13 News
9 Bewitched
20 It Takes A Thief
24 ABC News -- smith/
30 57 Electric Company
50 Untouchables
56 Energy, Technology and
6:30 4 13 NBC News-John
7 ABC News-Smith/
9 5 Dream of Jeannie
SI CBS News-Walter Cron-
k4 Mod Squad-Crime Drama
30 57 Zoom-Children
56 Faust Legend
7:00 2 CBS News-Walter Cronkite
4 7 News
9 Bevery Hillbillies
11 Famay Affair
13 What's My Line?
20 To TeD the Truth
30 Ohio This Week
50 Began's Heroes
90 Assignment America
57 Dig It
7:30 2 13 Truth or Consequences
4 Jeopardy!
7 Let's Make A Deal
9 Room 222
11 Wild Kingdom
20 Voyage to the Bottom of
the Sea-Adventure
24 Ohio Lottery Buckeye 300
30 56 57 Consumer Survival
50 Hogan's Heroes


Escapees from
Jackson captured

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GARDENA, Calif. (UPI) -
Three men who escaped from
Michigan's Jackson State Pri-
son were captured yesterday fol-
lowing an alleged attempted
bank robbery in which a bank
employe was wounded during
an exchange of gunfire.
One of the suspects was cap-
tured near the bank and the oth-
er two were taken into custody
at a warehouse where they held
captive six hostages, including
the wounded bank employe,
Richard Feldmiller, 44.
POLICE identified the sus-
pects as Percy Smith, 27, Frank
Newsom, 28, and John Butts. 27.
They eluded police at first, but

were apprehended a smrt tie
after the holdup attempt and
were booked on suspicion of
bank robbery, attempted mur-
der and kidnaping.
The other five hostages were
warehouse employes.- ,
Feldmiller was woundd by
gunfire during the atttmpted
robbery at Republic Bank. He
was reported in good conditiol
at Gardena Memorial Haspital
where he was treated for a
minor wound.
The office of comptroller of
the currency was created by
Congress in 1863 as an integral
part of the National Banking

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8:00 2 11 The Waltons
4 13 Sunshine-Comedy-
7 24 Barney Miller
9Funny Farm
50 Merv Griffin
56 Consumer Buy-Line
8:30 4 13 Bob Crane
2 24 Karen
9 Beachombers
20 Happy Though Married
30 57 Small Claims
56 Detroit Black News
9:00 2 11 Movie-Drama
"One Is a Lonely Number"
4 13 Movie-Comedy
'Cotton comes to Harlem"
7 24 streets of Sam
o News
20 Wrestling
56 Black Journal
9:30 9 The Pallisers
20 700 Club
30 57 Growing Up Female
50 Dinah!
10:00 7 24 Harry 0
56 Masterpiece Theatre
10:30 0 Regional Fie-
11:00 2 4 7 11 13 24 News
9 CBC News
20 Happy Hunters-Religion
30 anakl-Exercise
50 Dealer's Choice
56 It's Your Turn
57 Interface-Report
11:20 9 News
11:30 2 Mvic-Comedy
"The Tiger and the Pussy-
cat." (Italian; 1967)
4 13 Johsnny Carson
7 24 WiecWol Spcial
11 Muvi-Comedy
SO Muie-Musical
"In the Good Old Summer-
time" (1949)
56 57 ABC News-smith/
1l:0 9 Midnigt-Laurier .
1:00 4 Tomorrow
7 1 3 News
1:30 2 Movie-Comedy
"second chance"
2:00 5 News
3:00 2 Mayberry R.F.D.
3:30 2 News
Daily Official Bulletin
Thursday, June 19
Day Calendar
wUOM: Summaries of hearings
by US Commission on Civil Rights
inHBoston, on desegregation & law
enfocement, 10 am.
Regents' Meeting: 2 pm; com-
ments, 4 pm, Regents' Rm.
Int'l Night: Rocky Mountain
States menu, League Cafeteria, 5-
7:15 pm.
Dance: "Empidades in Minor
Sun," dance concert, Schloring
Aud., SEB, 8 pm.
General Notices
Att. All Students receiving V. A.
Educational Benefits: if you wish
to receive Advance Payment for
Fal Term 1975, you must m0m-
plete request form in vets. Cert-
fication Ofc., 1514 LSA, by 4 pm.
July 3.
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Thursday, June 19, 1975
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