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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, June 5, 1976

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Kissinger plans to meet with
South African Prime Minister

Television viewing tonight

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Secre-
tary of State Henry Kissinger
and South African Prime Min-
ister John Vorster will meet in
West Germany later this month
to discuss Rhodesia and other
problems in southern Africa, the
State t)epartment announced
yesterday.
Robert Funseth, department
spokesman, said the meetings
will he held June 23 and 24. The
exact site was not disclosed.
STATE DEPARTMENT offi-
cials said the meeting will be
exploratory with no exact agen-
da. However, they said the focus
would be on the growing civil
war in Rhodesia, South Africa's
own policy of white supremacy
and the question of South Afri-
ca's possession of Namibia.
The West German discussions
will be the first meeting be-
tween high-ranking American
and South African officials simce
1945. Kissinger visited South Af-
rica briefly as a private citizen
some 15 years ago.
U.S. officials said the meet-
ing with Vorster is a natural
followup to Kissinger's recent

trip to six black African nations.
NEARLY ALL the leaders of
those countries approve of Kis-
singer's talks with Varster. The
officials added that the secre-
tary was urged by members of
the congressional black caucus
to hold the talks.
The main motive, the officials
said, is to avoid a race war
in southern Africa and to head
off any foreign intervention.
The U.S. wants to nelp resolve
the problems peacefully through
negotiations with the African
nations thefselves making the
major decisions, sources said.
KISSINGER outlined hi, basic
southern African 3olicy in a
speech in Zambia in which he
announced America's "unrelent-
ing opposition" to white m;nori-
ty rule.
In that context, U.S. officials
said Kissinger would forcefully
outline America's views on
South Africa's domestic policy
of apartheid, which separates
whites from blacks and leaves
virtually all political and eco-
nomic policy in white hands.
The standard American line

on apartheid is to oppose ay in-
stitutionalized racial supremacy,
the officials said.
ON THE QUESTION of Nrm-
ibia, the U.S. supports the Unit-
ed Nation's decision to withdraw
the 50-year-old mandate given
to South Africa by the League
of Nations. Namibia, celled
South-West Africa in d6A'>nial
days, adjoins South Africa to
the northwest. Negotiations have
been underway to work out
some sort of arrangement be-
tween Johannsburg and Namib-
ian nationalist groups.
Officials added that there is
no specific agreement for Kis-
singer and Vorster to discuss
further meetings. However,
President Ford has i:ndicated a
willingness to see Vorster him-
cials ruled out for the immedi-
self if it would be 'helpful. Offi-
ate future any talks aetween
U.S. officials and Tan Sm:th,
prime minister of Rhodesia.
The American officials said
Rhodesia, which declared its in-
dependence from Great Britain
unilaterally several years ago,
is essentially an English prob-
lem.

6:00 2 4 51 13 NEWS
9 CRC NEWS-George
F=nstad
30 WASHINGTON WEEK IN
REVIEW
50 STAR TREK-Adventure
56 FIRING LINE-William
F. Buckley
62 GINO WASHINGTON-
Variety
6:30 2 11 CBS NEWS--Dan Rather
4 NBC NEWS-Tom Brokaw
7 ABC NEWS-Ted Koppel
9 POLICE SURGEON-Crime
13 TV-13 REPORTS
20 MOVIE-Drama BW
t'The Prisoner."
30 WALL STREET WEEK
62 BILL COSBY-Comedy
7:00 2 TRUTH OR
CONSEQUENCES.
4 PROFILES IN BLACK
7 DETROIT-Diseussion
E SPACE: 1999-Sciene
Fiction
11 HEE HAW
13 50 LAWRENCE WELK
30 DAWN OF LAUREL AND
HARDY
56 AUSTIN CITY LIMITS-
Music
62 FISHIN' HOLE
7:30 2 $25,000 PYRAMID-Game
4 DAVID NIVEN'S WORLD
7 MICHIGAN OUTDOORS
62 OUTDOORS WITH KEN
CALLAWAY
8:00 2 11 JEFFERSONS
4 13 EMERGENCY!
7 FROM US TO ME
9 THIS IS THE LAW-Game
30 DAWN 0 FLAUREIAND
HARDY-Comedy BW
50 MENTAL RETARDATION
TELETHON
56 TRIBAL EYE-Documen-
tary
62 REV. JOHN-Discussion

THE PARTY'S
OVER.

:30 2 DOC-Comedy
7 24 MOVIE-Dramna
'Hey, I'm Alie.-
9 FRANKIE HOWERD SHOW
11 POLITICAL TALK-
Democrat
20 MORRIS VERULLO HELP
LINE
30 DAWN OFLAUREL AND
HARDY
9:00 2 11 MARY TYLER MOORE
4 BASEBALL
9 MOVIE-Drama BW
"The Foes of Harrow"
13 MOVIE-Crime Drama
30 PICADILLY CIRCUS-
Comedy
56 MOVIE-Documentary
BW
62 FUTURE SHOCK-Dance
9:30 2 It BOB MEWART
20 TEMPLE BAPTIST
CHURCH
10:00 2 11 DINAH SHORE-Variety
7 BERT D'ANGELO-Crime
20 LESSON-Pat Robertson
30 MONTY JYTHON'S
FLYING CRCUS
10:0 56 MOVIE-Drama BW
"80,000 Suspects."
10:30 20 CHARISMA-Rel gon
30 MONTY PYTHON'S
FLYING CIRCUS
21:00 2 7 11 13 NEWS
S CBC NEWS-George Fin-
stadl
20 WARREN ROBERTS-
Religion
50 TELETHON CONTINUEs
11:15 7 ARC NEWS
9 NIGHTBEAT
11:30 2 MOVIE-Thriller
"The Brotherhood of Satan
4 NEWS
7 MOVIE-Drama BW
"Battleground"
11 MOVIE-Adventure BW
13 MARY HARTMAN,
MARY HARTMAN-Serial
Certain that Mary's not tell-
ing the whole truth about
her relationship with Dennis,
Tom (Greg Mullavey) leaves
home to live with the
McCulloughs. (2 hrs., 15 min.)
1?:00 4 MOVIE-Adventure
"Bend of the River"
9 MOVIE-Drama BW
"Guadalcanal Diary."
1:00 11 NEWS
1:20 2 MOVIE-Thriller BW
"Curse of the Faceless Man"
1:30 7 MOVIE-Drama
"Assault on the Wayne"
1:45 13 NEWS
2:00 50 TEETHON CONTINUES
2:50 2 MAYBERRY R.F.D.
-Comedy
::20 7 SOUNDINGS-Discussion
4:00 7 NEWS
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