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TUES., JAN. 18, 7:30 P.M.
MULTIPURPOS, RM. UGLI)
by The Associated Press
U. S. MILITARY SPOKESMEN announced the destruction
yesterday of a North Vietnam surface-to-air missile site located
near the demilitarized zone.
The mobile missile site is said to be part of a new plan by Com-
munist forces to harass American planes from flying across northern
The American raid was the sixth of the so-called protective re-
action strikes carried out this year. The stated purpose of these raids
is to insure the safety of withdrawing American ground forces.
Critics of the Nixon war program, however, say the strikes are
merely, part of an intensified U. S. air war against the North.
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Ann Arbor, Michigan
Saturday, January 15, 1972
This Sunday, Jan. 16
"A Conversation With
(Associate Professor of Psychology)
FOLLOWING LOX AND BAGELS BRUNCH
11 A.M. at HILLEL --1429 Hill
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
BONNIE AND CLYDE.
The story of two outlaws,
young and in love
with WARREN BEATTY, FAYE DUNAWAY.
and MICHAEL J. POLLARD
directed by ARTHUR PENN,
produced by WARREN BEATTY
SHOWN AT 7 AND 9
Auditorium A, Angell Hall
THE SOVIET UNION yesterday ordered Rep. James Scheuer,
(D-N.Y.) to leave that country immediately.
The Soviet ministry did not give any official reason for the
expulsion but Scheuer understood that he had been accused of en-
couraging emigration and engaging in subversive activities. The
Congressman labelled the charges as "absolute nonsense".j
Scheurer is part of a U.S. congressional delegation that is pres-
ently touring the Soviet Union. He ran into difficulty with Soviet
authorities earlier in the week when he visited a Jewish family that
had announced its intentions to emigrate to Israel.
Scheurer is believed to be the first elected American official
ever expelled from the Soviet Union while on a government sponsored
THE ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION announced plans yes-
terday for the construction of a new kind of atomic power plant.
The breeder plant, as it is called, will be built in Tennessee at a
cost of approximately $500 million. It will be unique in that it will
produce more nuclear fuel than it consumes.
Scientists feel that the new plant offers the nation its greatest'
opportunity to meet its energy needs at a low cost, without the
pollution problems of conventional fuels. The target date for comple-
tion of the project is 1980.
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SECRETARY OF COMMERCE Maurce Stans will soon step
down from his cabinet position. He will take over as chief fund
raiser for President Nixon's re-election campaign, RepublicanI
sources announced yesterday.
Stans will almost certainly be replaced in the cabinet post byf
Peter Peterson, the White House coordinator of foreign economic1
The early resignation by Stans is believed to be in keeping with
the President's wish to separate partisan politics from administra-
tion activities. Attorney General Mitchell is expected to make a similar
announcement in the near future.
PAY BOARD ACTS
Pay hikes allowuivued;I
CHILDREN IN LEBANON examine the wreckage of their school.
The building was destroyed byaIsraeli troops in a raid against
suspected Palestinian guerrilla bases.
Israeli troops hit
DACCA, Bangladesh ly - The new nation of Bangladesh
will become a non-aligned socialist state with a foreign policy
of "friendship to all and malice toward none" said Sheik
Mujibur Rahman yesterday.
The sheik, who became prime minister Wednesday, said
"The economy is in a shattered state. The most urgent task
is that of reconstructing and restructuring the economy. Food,
shelter and clothing must be provided."
The prime minister described his aims at his first news
conference since returning as a national hero Monday from
nearly 10 months of imprison- - --
ment in Pakistan. The 51-
year-old sheik was relaxed, G en. Abrams
jovial and apparently in ex-
cellent health. - 1-
He avoided detailed explanation
of what he called "bengali so-
Before Sheik Mujib's return.
however, then Acting President
and his LOST PLANET AIRMEN
Sunday, Jan. 23--Hill Aud.
With: Buddies in the Saddle
The Boogie Brothers
(Steven & John)
TICKETS: Michigan Union 12-6 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
Salvation Record Stores
and Ned's Bookstore in Ypsilanti
Ticket Counter: 763-4553
PLEASE-No Smoking in Concert Auditorium
THE MICHIGAN A LY
Sed Nazrul Islam pledged tona
tet~cttes ~ ieriItisonalize tioaiebanking and industry.
and there has been official talk of
new emphasis on cooperative
By The Associated Press farming.
Israeli commandos struck five miles inside Lebanon y sterday On foreign relations, the prime
against Arab guerrillas, and Israel warned the Lebanese government minister said he envisioned Bang-
of tougher raids ahead unless it controls the guerrillas. ladpGh as the "Switzprland of the
The specially trained Israeli commandos crept through mist and East" without alignment with the
freezing rain to the village of Kafra and blew up two houses. The superpowers. He added he would
Lebanese government reported that one woman was wounded in the a-cent aid from any source, in-
explosion. chiding the United States, pro-
The raid was the second Israeli strike into Lebanon in three days virlinw no strings were attached.
and was aimed at guerrillas who have been rocketing and shelling He annealed to all nations and
Jewish border settlements. intrnational organizations for
"We will continue to hit the terrorist bases," declar d Lt. Gen. back on is fett. S thools have to
- David Elazar, Israeli chief of be r'nnened and refugees have to
staff. "We will chase the terror- by rehabilitated on an "emergen-
ists on foot, with vehicles or with cy basis." he said.
artillery fire to drive them away Rince his return. Sheik Mu ib
from our frontier." hs mnovod m1ickly to concentrate
(o r p o ot The chief of staff estimated noi-er in his hands. But he good-
that there are some 4000 guerril- hlimoredly assured a questioner
las now massed along Israel's there was no danger of his becom-
Congress" by a spokesman for frontier. inc a dictator.
Rep. William F. Ryan, (D-N.Y.), The general stated that the Sheik M'%iib rplinmniich'd the
who sponsored the working poor purpose of the raids was to put fisurehAa not. of f r e s i d e n t
exemption. Pressure on the Lebanese govern- Wednpsday to become prime min-
Ryan sent letters two weeks ment to curb the activities of the ister Fe also holds the key min-
ago to members of the Pay guerillas operating in southern istries of defense. hore affairs and,
Board and Cost of Living Coun- Lebanon. He assured newsmen information and broadcasting.
cil pointing out a passage in the that Israel had no intention of "'r helieve in democracy." he
House Banking and Currency engaging in any major military aid. "I am following constitution-
Committee's report on the bill. action against Lebanon. al order."
The report proclaimed that it The raids prompted a meeting Sheik Mitiib raised the nossibil-
is the intent of Congress to set between Lebanese officials and itv of fiture three-way talks
the "working poor" level at the guerrilla leaders. Lebanese presi- amon- himself. Prime Minister In-
Bureau of Labor Statistics' ade- dent Saeb Salam declined to dis- dira sandhi of India and Presi-
quate budget for an urban fam- close the content of those talks, dent Zijfikar All Bhutto of Pak-
ily of four. This was 6,960 last but Beruit newspapers reported istan airnd at insuring stability
year, which Ryan said should that the president had asked the on the subcontinent.
figure out to from $3.00 to $3.50 guerillas to abide by an earlier But he ruled out any permanent
an hour. agreement reached between the ties betiueen Pakistan and newly
two parties. indenpndent B a n e l a d e s h and
The Michigan IDaily, edited and man- vowpd to punish those guilty of
aged by students at the tuniversity yt That agreement gave the guer- atrocities during 10 months of
Michigan. News phone: 764-0552. Second illas access to bases in southeast
Class postage paid at Ann Arbor, Mich- Lebanon. but forbade them from Pakistani military occupation.
igan, 420 Maynard Street, Ann Arbor.LebI"Tt is but natural that those
to eave post
SAIGON. (AP) - Official sources
reported yesterday that Gen.
Creighton Abrams, commander of
U.S. forces in Vietnam, will short-
ly be leaving his post in Southeast
Coupled with Abram's depart-
ure, will be a downgrading of the
main American military head-
quarters in Vietnam, which will
now become only an advisory mis-
The moves are said to be tied
WASHINGTON (A' - The
Cost of Living Council said yes-
terday it is proposing tentative-
ly to lift wage controls from per-
sons making $1.90 an hour or
less, although Congress may
have intended the figure to be
as high as $3.35.
Pay Board Chairman George
H. Boldt has asked the council
to hold up any final decision on
the matter until next week, a
council spokesman confirmed in
response to an inquiry.
Granting an exemption does
not raise anyone's pay, but al-
lows those who are exempt to
bargain for raises without be-
ing held back by federal con-
trols, until their wages rise to
the cut-off level.
If the council adopts the $1.90
figure it would exempt an esti-
mated 22 per cent of the na-
tion's rank and file workers.
The $3.35 figure would exempt
fully half, the council said.
Last year the council exempt-
ed from wage controls anyone
making less than the federal
minimum wage, which is $1.30
for farm workers and $1.60 for
others. This exempted about 7
per cent of rank and file
But when Congress extended
President Nixon's authority over
the economy last month it or-
dered that the exemption be ex-
panded to include all of the
Albert E. Abrahams, assistant
director of the council, said yes-
terday it is proposing tentatively
to define as poor anyone mak-
ing $1.90 an hour or less.
This was denounced yesterday
as "unconscionable" and a "fla-
grant violation of the intent of
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ing rockets or artlery ,rom
ihie bas~eia no Israuery i v-ho suffered from the atrocities
those bases into Israel. of the Pakistan forces and their
Lebanese officials are becoming local collaborators are at the mo-
increasingly concerned about the ment imbued with bitterness, but
rising tension that has resulted despite this foeling they have act-
from the guerilla activity. ed with commendable restraint."
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FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,
1833 Washtenaw Ave.
10:30 a.m.-Worship Services. Sunday School
Infants room available Sunday and Wednesday.
Public Reading Room, 306 E. Liberty St. -
Mon., 10-9; Tues.-Sat., 10-5. Closed Sun-
days and Holidays.
For transportation call 668-6427.
ST. ANDREW'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
306 N. Division
8:00 a.m.-Holy Eucharist.
10:00 a.m.-Morning Prayer and Sermon.
11:45 a.m.-Holy Communion (1928).
7:00 p.m.-Holy Eucharist.
FIRST UNITED METHODIST
CHURCH AND WESLEY
State at Huron and Washington
9:30 and 11:00 a.m.-Sermon by Dr. Hoover
Rupert: "Walk Across My Swimming
Broadcast WNRS 1290 am, WNRZ 103 fm,
11:00 to noon.
,WESLEY FOUNDATION ITEMS:
Sunday, Jan. 16:
7:00 p.m.-Program---"Political Responsibili-
ties of Christians" with Rev. Beavin.
Wednesday, Jan. 19:
Noon-Luncheon Discussion-"Political Con-
sciousness as a Christian" with Bart Beavin.
Out by 1 p.m. 25c.
Thursday, Jan. 20:
Noon -Luncheon Discussion - "The Life of
Jesus in Human Encounter" with Bart
6:00 p.m.-Grad Community.
ST. AIDAN'S EPISCOPAL
1679 Broadway, opposite Baits Dr.
Holy Eucharist (Episcopal) --8:30 and 10:00
Morning Worship (Presbyterian)--10.00 a.m
to President Nixon's latest troop
withdrawal announcement of a
cutback of another 70,000 U. S.
troops during the next three
months. The new cuts will bring
total U. S. troop strength down to
69,000 by May 1.
Abrams assumed his position
in June 1968 and has presided
over most of the American troop
withdrawals. Military officials cre-
dit him with improving the qual-
ity of the South Vietnamese army
which has been the chief goal in
President Nixon's Vietnamization
There have been reports that
Abrams will replace Gen. William
Westmoreland as Army chief of
staff when the latter completes
his four year term in June but
some senior U.S. officers feel that
the post may go to a younger man.
Abrams' heir-apparent in Sai-
gon is his deputy, Gen. Frederick
Weyand, a veteran of the Vietnam
Read and Use
SATURDAY and SUNDAY
Dir. MICHAEL CURTIZ, 1942
and Ingrid Bergman
Bogart as the cynical bar-
owner in exotic North
UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN CHAPEL
(The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod)
1511 Washtenaw Ave.
Alfred T. Scheips, Pastor
HURON HILLS BAPTIST CHURCH
3150 Glacier Way
Pastor: Charles Johnson
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
1432 Washtenaw Ave.
Robert E. Sanders, John R. Waser,
Donald A. Drew, Brewster H. Gere
Worship at 9:00 and 10:30 a.m.
Advent Communion at 9:00 and 10:30
Mr. Sanders, preaching.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
423 S. Fourth Ave.
Ministers: T. L. Trost, Jr., R. E. Simonson
Friday, Jan. 21:
6:15 p.m. - Young Marrieds
For information, transportation, personalized
help, etc., phone 769-6299 or 761-6749
LUTHERAN STUDENT CHAPEL
801 South Forest at Hill
Donald G. Zill, Pastor
Sunday at 9:15 and 10:30 a.m.-Services.
Wednesday at 10:00 p.m.-Service.
at 330 Maynard St.
(The Alley/The Conspiracy)
11:00 a.m.-The Eucharist in the Manner of
St. Hippolytus. This means simplicity, and
the great thanksgiving, bread and wine, all
of us, and (caring for our sisters and
Donald Postema, Minister
10:00 a.m.-Morning Worship.
11:00 a.m.-Coffee and conversation in the
Africa - cor
Ingrid to figl
ht for the
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