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The Michigan Daily - Monday, December 2, 1991 - Page 3

Thanksgiving around the

U.S.

An American Celebration

Near right SMITH VALLEY,
Nev.-Rick Sorensen, a pilot
from Yerington, Nev., carves
a 22-pound turkey for a
Thanksgiving feast Far
right NEWYORK-Babar
the Elephant glides down
Broadway in his first
appearance in the annual
Macy'sThanksgiving Day
*Parade. Below: CHICAGO -
One ofChicago'sfinest
directs holiday traffic along
Michigan Avenue last Friday,
the busiest shopping day of
the year. Bottom right A
street musician entertains
shoppers on Chicago's State
Street Bottom left The
Chicago Theaterwishes
passers-by a happy holiday.

t

Photos taken by:
Nevada - Michelle Guy
New York - Doug Kanter
Chicago - Kenneth J. Smoller

hTHE LIST
What's happening in Ann Arbor today

Israel balks at peace
talks scheduled for
Wednesday in D.C.

VAGINITIS STUDIES
Studies of Candida (yeast) infections of the vagina are being
conducted by Barbara D. Reed, MD, MSPH and colleagues
at the U-M Briarwood Health Center and the U-M Family
Practice Center at Chelsea. These studies are designed to test
reasons that yeast infection recur in some women, and to test
new treatments for infections.
PROVIDED: Free Visits to the Office
Various Laboratory Tests for Vaginal and
Cervical Infections
Treatment for Yeast Infections
WOMEN, AGES 18-65, who have symptoms of vaginal
itching or discharge to call about current protocols,
eligibility requirements, and benefits.
FOR INFORMATION please call:
Susan Countryman, Research Assistant 998-7390 (M-Care
Briarwood) or 475-1321 (Chelsea Family Practice)

Meetings
Enact, weekly mtg. SNR, 1040 Dana, 7
p.m.
Indian American Student Associa-
tion, weekly board mtg. All members
welcome. League, mtg rm C, 8 p.m.
U-M Greens, weekly mtg. Union, Tap
Room, 5 p.M.
Support Group for Women Who Are
or Have Been in an Abusive
Relationship. First United Methodist
Church, 3-4:30
Hindu Students Council. Topic:
Session on Yoga. MLB, B 115A, 8 p.m.
Undergraduate Philosophy Club.
2220 Angell, 7 p.m.
Speakers
"The Vision that is Christmas:
Coming to Where the Young Child
Was," Gordon Clarke. First Church of
Christ, Scientist, 1833 Washtenaw, 8
p.m.
"Technology and Women," Maria
Comninou. 1014 Dow Bldg, 3:30-5.
"Israel's Beneficent Dead:3A Study of
Ancestor Cults and Necromancy in
Ancient Israel," 439 W. Engineering, 4
p.m.
Furthermore

hours are 1 a.m. -3 a.m. at the Angell
Hall Computing Center or call 763-
4246.
Northwalk, North Campus safety
walking service. Sun-Thur 8 p.m.-1:30
a.m. and Fri. and Sat. 8 p.m.-11:30 p.m.
Stop by 2333 Bursley or call 763-
WALK.
English Department Coffee Hour, ev-
ery Monday. Haven 7th floor lounge, 3-
4:30.
U-M Ninjitsu Club, Monday practice.
IM Bldg, wrestling rm, 7:30-9.
U-M Women's Lacrosse Club, Mon-
day practice. Oosterbaan Field House,
9-10:30. Call 996-3392 for info.
ECB Peer Writing Tutors. An-
gell/Mason Computing Center, 7-11.
611 Church, 7-9.
U-M Taekwondo Club, Monday
workout. CCRB Martial Arts Rm,
6:30-8.
"Unfinished Business: The
Japanese-American Internment
Cases," documentary. U-M Asian
American Student Coalition. East
Quad, rm 124, 8 p.m.
"Against Greed," submissions ac-
cepted. $100 will be donated to charity
for each acceptable work. Due to Bert
T-T-U-1 I n 11l A A 11 1%a rv . 11

JERUSALEM (AP) - Israel's
Cabinet resolved yesterday to stick
to its call for a five-day delay in the
Middle East peace talks due to begin
in Washington on Wednesday.
Butha split emergedsduring the
three-hour debate as Foreign
Minister David Levy accused col-
leagues of creating needless tensions
with Washington. And senior offi-
cials indicated Israel still had hopes
of a compromise on the issue.
Jordan, the Palestinians, Syria
and Lebanon'have accepted the Bush
administration's invitation to the
talks, meant as a follow-up to the
peace conference that began in
Madrid on Oct. 30.
But Israel, angry at Washington
for setting the date and site without
Israel's prior agreement, has sought
a five-day delay. Washington has re-
fused, but the United States and
Israel have continued to discuss the

tervening as it did, Washington sig-
naled to the Arabs that they needn't
discuss such problems with Israel
because the United States will make
the decisions.
Israel wants the talks spread out
over a period of days so that it nego-
tiates with only one Arab delega-
tion at a time. Otherwise, officials
say, Israel could simultaneously
face pressures for territorial conces-
sions on several borders.
Israel also wants the talks be
held in the Middle East, so that ne-
gotiators can stay inclose touch
with Jerusalem, and also to make
the Arab states show implicit ac-
ceptance of Israel's existence. The
Arabs insist on a neutral site for
talks.
According to the independent
daily newspaper Maariv, Israel was
only assured that negotiations

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