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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, August I(>*,1975

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In the news today...
Betty Ford during a weekend interview in
international which Ford said she would not be surprised
if her 18-year-old daughter Susan said she was

TV tonight

TILLSONBURG, Canada - Four gunmen in
Halloween masks robbed a jewelry manufac-
turing company of $250,00 in gold bars, silver
and diamonds, fled with a hostage and then
released him unharmed ,police said yesterday.
The masked marauders, armed with sub-
machine guns and automatic pistols, hit the
Cadman Manufacturing Co. Ltd. near Tillson-
burg about midnight. Police said the robbers
went to the hostage's home in the plant com-
pound and forced him to accompany them to
the company and open the vault. The Cadman
Company is one of the largest jewelry manu-
facturers in Canada.
National

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NEW YORK - The divorced parents of kid-
naped Seagram's heir Samuel Bronfman, wait-
ed tensely yesterday for assurances that their
son was alive and would be returned safely.
He disappeared at 11:30 p.m. August 8, exactly
one week ago, when he left his father's estate
here to drive to his mother's home in Pur-
chase, 20 miles away across Wstchester coun-
ty. The family, now hidden by a complete
news blackout, have refused to either confirm
or deny that the kidnapers told them Bornf-
man was buried with a 10-day supply of air
and water.

WASHINGTON - Former Georgia Governor
Jimmy Carter, here last Thursday to promote
his campaign for the Democratic presidenal Weather
nomination, was quick with his answer when
asked how he would feel if his daughter had an The weather outlook for today calls for
affair. "Well, I would be totally shocked and partly sunny skies with only a 20 per cent
completely overwhelming and would be af- chance of rain. Highs will be in the upper
flicted with absolute disbelief because my 70's to low 80's, cooling off to the 60's to-
daughter is only /-years-old and I just cannot night. High's tomorrow will be in the 80's
imagine her doing any such thing," Carter re- with partly cloudy conditions and a slight
plied. The question was similar to one asked chance of precipitation.

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30 Electric Company
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56 Life of Leonardo Da Vinro
57 The Romagnolis' Table
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7 Is Your Neighbor Hungry?
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24 Last of the Wild
30 Those Thrilling Days of
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Daily Official Bulletin
SATURDAY, AUGUST 16
Day Calendar:
wUOM: From the Midway - B.
Solomon, "Forecasting Failures;"
A. Heltzer, "Too Mucs Govern-
ment," 10 am.; 1075 Advocacy Inst.
-"The Product Liability Case:
MusS osol: rMozart's Don Gio-
Praparation & Trial," 1 p.m.
vanni, Mendelssohn, 8 p.m.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 17
Day Calendar:
wUOM: States of the Union, bi-
centennial series, featured state:
Cosnecticut, 1 p.m0.
Outing Club: Hiking and/or swim-
ming, meet N. Entry, Rackham,
1:30 p.m.
Summer Commencement: Mary
Ellen Avery, physician-in-chief, Har-
ard, speaker, Hill Aud., 2 p.m.
Music School: Mozart's Don Gio-
vanni, Mendelssohn, .8 p.m.
. MONDAY, AUGUST 18
ISR: Peter Flora, U. of Mann-
heim, "Historical Indicators of
western European Development,"
6th floor Conf. Rm., ISR, 12:15-1:30
Music School: Carillon recital,
Hudson Ladd, carillonneur, 7-8 p.m.
er-sri:: Meeting, 225 E. Liberty,
7:30 p.m.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXV, No. 65-S
Saturday, August 16, 1975
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