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rage Two

THE MICHIGAN DAI.Y

Thursday, August 3 4, 975

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, August 14, 1975

In the news today.. .

TV tonight

International
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina - Several of
Argentina's top military leaders disagree with
President Isabel Peron's appointment of a
military man as interior minister in the vio-
lence-plagued country, it was reported yes-
terday. The military leaders, who were not
named, feel that appointing Col. Vicente Da-
masco to the post in a major cabinet reshuffle
Monday gives the appearance of military in-
terference in the executive branch of govern-
ment. They want Damasco to retire from the
army as a means of defusing the potentially
explosive situation. Damasco is the first mili-
tary man to be named by Peron to her govern-
ment.
National
FARGO, N.D. - Virus infected mosquitoes
spawned in rain swollen ponds left by mid-
summer flooding are spreading sleeping sick-
ness through the Red River Valley. They
have been blamed for at least one death. As
authorities stepped up spraying, residents
were warned to stay indoors after sunset and
to wear protective clothing and plenty of in-
spect repellant. Most people who develop the
illness recover; nevertheless, about 2 to 3 per
cent die.
VAIL, Colo.-First Lady Betty Ford is con-
cerned that her television comments on pre-
marital affairs may have been misunderstood
and wants it known that she "strongly believes
in the family and marriage," her press sec-
retary said yesterday. Ford touched off the
adverse reaction when she was asked a hypo-
thetical question "what would you do if your
daughter was having an affair." The White
House is continuing to receive calls and let-
ters which are running about evenly each way.
State
DETROIT - The city of Detroit faces a
garbage strike this weekend unless city offi-
cials make some last minute changes in their

contract offer or succeed in plans to get a
court order against a walkout. The 700 sani-
tation truck drivers belonging to Teamsters
Local 214 voted late Tuesday to strike at 10
p.m. Friday "because of the city's unfair
labor practices." "The law says that we can-
not strike for wages or other benefits," said
Local President Joseph Valenti. "It does not
prohibit us from striking because of the city's
failure to bargain in good foith."
DETROIT-General Motors announced yes-
terday that it will increase its base prices on
1976 cars by $206,eor 4.4 per cent over com-
parable 197 models. Currently the average
GM car sells for $4,650. The- announcement
makes GM the first aiuto manufacturer to
raise its prices.
Cameras at the campus branch of Huron
Valley National Bank "didn't do the job they
were supposed to (do)" when a robber es-
caped with less than $1,000 Tuesday afternoon,
Chief of Police Walter Frasny said yesterday.
The photographs are "fuzzy," according to
Krasny, and neither the police nor the FBI
report any new leads in the crime.
Happenings. ..
The HRP will be holding a mass meeting
at 7:30 tonight on the 4th floor the Union.
Plans for the fall will be discussed. At 7:00
p.m. the Bach Club will meet in the West
Lounge of West Quad. The music of Schutz,
Bach, Beethoven, Purcell, Hindemith and
Puoleno will be featured. No admission is
charged.
Weather
The weather will, once again, be hot and
damp. Temperatures will be in the mid 50's
with a 30 per cent chance of rain. Winds from
the northwest at S to 15 miles an hour are
expected. For the rest of the week you can
count on partly cloudy skies with scattered
showers and thunder showers.

6:30 4 13 NBC News-John
Chanceier
7 ABC News--Smith/
Reasoner
9 5 Dream of Jeannie-.-
Comedy
si cBS News--Walter
Cronkite
24 M Squad-Crime Drama
30 Two Way Street
560.Antiques
7:00 2 CBS News-Waiter
Cronkte
4 7 News
9 Be#"eillbillies BW
1S rany Affair
13 What's My Line?
20 To Tell the Truth
36smark Peespeetoe a
the News
SO Michigan Lottery
7:3 3213 Truth or Consequences,
4 Je"M ady!
7 Let'sMake a Deal
1 Wild Kingdom
208ifeman
24 Ohio Lottery Suckeye 390
39 Consumer Survival Kit
S0 Hogan'seroes
16 Evening Edotion with
Martin Agroushy
8:00 1 21 The Watons
4 13 Ben Tereen
7 24 Amost Anything Goes
9 Funny Farm
20 Rileman
3036 Evening at Pops
38 Merv-dGrtfin,
0:30 9 Beachcombers
20 Happy Though Married
9:00 2 11 Movie-Drama

4 13 Movie
7 24 Streets of San Francise
9 News
20 Wrestling
30 Life or Leonardo Da vinci
56 Hollywood Television
Theatre
37 Phladelphia Folk Festival
9:30 9 A Third Testament
20 700 Club
30 Dinahl
10:00 7 24 Harry O-crime Drama
30 Woman-=Discussion
36:30 0 spotlight
30M56Arbors-
11:00 2 4 7111 24 News
9 cnc News-Lloyd Robert-
son
fit! appy Hunters--Re~glon
30 Janahi-ftere loe
50 DealersCoie-tame
3s dean sheherd's Amerioa
I32:3 9 News
11:30 2 Movie-Comedy BW
"The Mating season."
4 13 Johnny Carson
7 4 Wide .Wold Spe"i.
11 movie-Thriiler
"Count Torga, Vampire"
0 Movie-Dra a MW
"The Forbidden Street."
30 ABC News-Sndth/
Reasoner
51:00 9Miduight-Laudier La
Pierre
1:00 4 Tomorrow-Tom s*der
7 1s News
1:13 11 Newis
5:02 mevie-Thriller
"Count Torga, vampre"
2:00 4 News
3:15 2 Mayberry R.F.D.

More heavy fighting
reported in. Angola'

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LUANDA, Angola WP-Heavy
fighting was reported yesterday
between rival liberation groups
in Lobito, Angola's largest port.
The Front for the Liberation
of Angola (FNIA) and UNITA,
smallest of the three forces,
were reported battling the So-
viet-s'ipplied Popular Movement
for the Liberation of Angola
(MPLA) for control of the col-
ony, soon to become independ-
ent from Portugal.
"THE FIGHTING is very se-
vere," a Portuguese military
spokesman said. "Benguela is
calm at the moment, but it can-
not be expected to stay that way
being only 12 miles away."
Benguela is the head of a
railway that cuts through South
Angola andlinks up with Zaire,
Zambia, South Africa and Mo-
zambique.
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The city of Nova Lisboa was
reported quiet, with the FNIA,
backed by Zaire and China, and
UNITA in control. MPLA units
were pulled out of the city un-
der Portuguese protection in
what was understood to be part
of a deal in which FNIA troops
holed up in a fort in Luanda
were given safe passage out of
the capital.
ABOUT 30.000 refugees, most
of them white, were waiting in
Nova Lisboa for evacuation to
Lisbon. Planes to fly them out
have been delayed.
In Oshakati, a small border
town in South-West Africa, of-
ficials said more than 4,000 refu-
gees had arrived from Angola
and between 7,000 and8,000
were expected in the next few
days.
The refugees are on their way
to South-West Africa from Sa da
Randeira, Angola, about 200
miles away, accordingeto Jannie
de. Wet, commissioner -general
for the indigenous peoples of
South-West Africa.
Daily Official Bulletin
THURSDAY, AUGUST 14
Day Calendar:
WUOM: Debate, on "Medieval
Ethics," between Dr. Geo. Crle,
ClevelandCline, and Dr. Francis
Moore, Macyard Med. School. 10:10
a.m.
Pendleton Arts Information tr.:
Open hearth, Michael Sillaky, mime,
Union, 12:10 p.m.
Muaie Schonl: Monart's "Don Gio-
vanni," Mendelsson, 1 p.m.

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