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1962, BOURGUIGNON
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love with a twelve-year old girl. a bizarre. yet gentle look at
mental instability. close in attitude to KING OF HEARTS.
"COMBINATION CUPID & PSYCHO"-TIME MAGAZINE
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TITICUT FOLLIES
This is the famous documentary banned in Mass. for embar-
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SECRETARY OF COMMERCE Maurice Stans stepped down
from the Nixon cabinet yesterday to become chief fund raiser for
Nixon 's 1972 re-election campaign. ,. "" .
Peter Peterson, 45, of Chicago, a former resident of Bell and
Howell Photographic Equipment Co., was chosen immediately as
Stans' successor.
Stans' departure from the cabinet came as "no surprise," Nixon
acknowledged, since it had been reported weeks ago that Stans would
THE SENATE voted for the third time this week to uphold
the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's (EEOC) au-
thority to issue cease and desist orders in cases of racial, re-I
ligious or sex discrimination in employment.
The 45 to 32 vote came on a motion by Sen. Jacob Javits (R-
N.Y.), to table and thus kill a House-passed equal employment bill.
The House bill, unlike a proposed Senate measure, would require
the EEOC to bring suits in federal district courts against discrimina-
tory practices rather than let it issue cease-and-desist orders.
A SKYJACKER was killed by an FBI agent with a point
blank shotgun blast yesterday while fleeing from a Mohawk air-
liner. -Associated Press
The pilot was forced to land at New York's Westchester Airport icCormack Testifies "
where 42 passengers deplaned and the skyjacker escaped with $200,- Former House Speaker John McCormack visits Miami yesterday
000 ransom and a stewardess hostage. to testify on behalf of former aide Martin Sweig, who is charged
The drama for Heinrick von George ended two hours later when with taking a bribe. Here he talks to his nephew outsi4'. the
an FBI agent poked a shotgun into a getaway car. According to the courthouse.
agent, Von George panicked and fired a shot. A retaliatory shot from -
the agent killed him instantly. MORE BOMBING:
FORMER PRESIDENT Lyndon Johnson favors limiting chiefr
executives to a single term of six years."
Britsh battle Iih
Johnson made the statement last night in a filmed interview
with CBS correspondent Walter Cronkite.r
Johnson argued that if a president knew that "he had to get tii il e n .v o c
everything through in six years" and didn't have to worry about WE O o e d i no len c
getting re-elected, it would probably be "in the best interests of the
nation." BELFAST, Northern Ireland UP) guerrilla machipe-gun bullet
- About 200 British soldiers, with bringing the death toll in 21
THE UNITED Transportation Union yesterday signed a armored cars fired into the Irish years of conflict in Northern Ir
signedr, a republic yesterday in a counterat- land to 217.
three and one-half year contract with the railroad industry call- tack against guerrillas of the Irish The border battle begn w I t
ing for streamlined new work rules and a 43 per cent pay raise Republican Army. (IRA). about eight IRA guerrillas firin
ftThe shooting across the border at a British army patrol at -Forl
The union had been refusing to implement the agreement, lasted about three hours. It ended hill in County Armagh from ti
reached tentatively last August at the end of" an 18-day strike that I with the arrival of troops and Irish republic town of Dungoolel
tied, up 10 rail lines. It had demanded assurances from the govern- police of the Irish republic. The guerrillas fired' from wiz
ment that wage controls would not trim the pay raises. There were no reports of casual-: dows of Dungooley houses, and. ti

Rhodesia dispute
assigned priority
by back nations
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (R) - Black African nations
have decided that the racial dispute in Rhodesia tops their
priority list for the U.N. Security Council's first meeting on
African soil.
A spokesman for the black African caucus reported yes-
terday that more than 20 independent nations agreed to push
for two resolutions on the former British colony in eastern
Africa. Their caucus met the day. before the council's week-
long session begins..
One African resolution on Rhodesia is expected to deal
with violence surrounding a Brit-

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Ish commission's opinion survey,
the spokesman said, while another
will cover constitutional issues and
racial guarantees in the break-
away colony.
"We are giving top priority to
Rhodesia," he added.
African spokesmen have con-
demned British proposals for a
constitutional settlement with the
-white - minority government in
Salisbury, claiming they defer in-
definitely African majority rule.
Black Rhodesian protests
against the settlement led to riots
last week inwhich 15 persons were
killed and dozens reported ar-
rested.
African diplomats seeking a
united strategy for the Security
Council debate on racial and co-
l onial issues met for two hours
under the leadership of Mansour
Khi.lid, Sudanese foreign minis-
ter and ministerial council chair-
man of the 41-nation Organiza-
tion of African Unity.
The African caucus spokesman
said other issues to be brought up
include South Africa's continued
rule of South-West Africa, Por-
tuguese colonies and South Afri-
can apartheid, or racial separa-
tion.
He said the African proposals
on Rhodesia will be drafted by a
committee including Guinea, Som-
alia, and Sudan-all Security
Council members - and Zambia,
Tanzania, C o n go - Brazzaville,
Zaire, Senegal, Egypt and Ethio-
pia.
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Nixon says
more jobs
essential'
WASHINGTON OP) - President
Nixon yesterday called unemploy-
ment the country's greatest eco-
nomic enemy.
Nixon told Congress he is deter-
mined to defeat both -unemploy-
ment and inflation and reported
"the outlook is bright" for suc-
cess.
In his annual Economic Report
to Congress, Nixon quashed rumors
by some officials of an early end
to Phase 2. Price and wage con-
trols will be enforced, he said, un-
til the goal of "reasonable price
stability can be maintained with-
rout controls."
The report, third and last of the
major presidential messages to
the new session of Congress, an-
nounced a strong business expan-
sion in the final quarter of 1971.
"The outlook is bright," t h e
president said, "but much remains
to be done. 'Output is rising 'at a
rate which will boost employment
rapidly and eat into unemploy-
ment."
The jobless rate rose to 6.1 per
cent in December. Nevertheless,
Nixon claimed that the 1971 tax-
cuts and the massive budget de-
ficits he announced in Monday's
budget message will provide, an
upward thrust- for the economy.
The Commerce Department re-
ported yesterday that the gov-
ernment's leading business indi-
cators increased sharply in De-
cember, foreshadowing a strong
upward movement of the economy
in coming months.

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The Pay Board stopped short Tuesday of granting total ap- ties in the battle, but two police- British promptly moved in the
men in Londonderry, about 701 200 troops and armored -ars.
proval, but did adopt by a one-vote margin a resolution clearing miles northwest of the border The IRA seeks o oust tle Brit-
the tentative contract from its starting date of Jan. 1 to the present. clash, were killed by a spray of ish from Northern Ireland and
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