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May 28, 1976 - Image 6

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Pooe Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, May 28, 19765

Pnn~ Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday. May 28. 1976

BILLIARDS
at
$1 per hour
MEM. WEEKEND,
SAT.-MON.
OPEN 1 P.M.
at the UNION

Rhodesian
guerrillas
advance

SALISBURY, Rhodesia (M' -
Black guerrillas fighting Rho-
desia's white minority govern-
ment have penetrated to within
32 miles of Salisbury, their
deepest . trust yet, informed
sources said yesterday.
Two of the guerrillas were
shot and an African tribeswo-
man was killed in the crossfire
after the group evaded military

patrols and reached the near-
by Mermaid's Pool resort this
week, the sources said.
Military authorities have
closed the three - year - old
hotel there, a popular week-
capital, but gave no official
confirmation of guerrilla ac-
tivity in the area.
Informed sources said, how-
ever, the latest attacks are the

boldest in the three years since
the guerrillas launched what
they call a war of liberation.
The strikes were seen as part
of renewed offensives by the
guerrillas following collapse of
constitutional talks between
leaders of Rhodesia's six mil-
lion blacks and Prime Minis-
ter Ian Smith's government,
controlled by the country's 274,-
000 whites.

Local

Motion
allocates
funds
(Continued from Page 3)
these groups. Out of this dis-
cussion, Local Motion was
created as an alternative
means for obtaining crucial
monies.
Don Lau Local Motion coor-
dinator says the co-operative
"looks to fund basic human
services - food, day care cen-
ters, crisis counseling, hous-
ing." Representative service or-
ganizations supported by Local
Motion are Ozone House and
Child Care Action Center.
LAU WOULD also like to see
Local Motion become an "um-
brella organization" for the
various service organizations
operating in Ann Arbor in or-
der to coordinate activities.
While fund-raising remains
Local Motion's chief function,
Lau hopes to organize skill-
sharing between community
groups as well as education of
the community on human ser-
vices.
Local Motion gathers money
through its "action pledge",
collected at some 35 to 40
stores in the Ann Arbor area.
The "action pledge" takes vari-
ous forms - some sponsor
stores set out canisters, others
add two per cent surcharge on
a willing customer's purchase,
while still other establishments
put a deductible invoice on pa-
trons' bills. Such familiar busi-
nesses as the Cross - Eyed
Moose, Indian Summer, Moun-
tain High, Women's Bookstore
and the Soybean Cellar are sup-
porters of Local Motion.
This method of raising mon-
ey, says Lau, is integral to the
philosophy of Local Motion.
"The whole thing about Local
Motion," he declares, "is get-
ting .a little money from a lot
of people - nickels, dimes,
quarters - so it doesn't cost
anybody a lot of money. At the
same time ,this means Local
Motion needs the support of the
whole Ann Arbor community
if it's going to work."
Paintings
of Bali
Wijaya Wilson
May 3-30
OPENING: MAY 6, 7-9
with the
U-M GAMELON
Union Gallery
FIRST FLOOR
MICHIGAN UNION
Tues. Fri. 10-6, Sat. Sun. 12-6
phone 764-3234

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