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Ann Arbor, Michigan

Wednesday, March 15, 1972

Wednesday1 March 1 5, ~ 972

4:30 p.m. TODAY


news briefs
by The Associated Press
THE U.S. AIR FORCE dropped two 50-pound canister of
deadly VX nerve gas on a North Vietnamese outpost in Cambodia
in 1968 to test the effects of this weapon in combat, an ecology
magazine reported yesterday.

Belfast hit as
cease-fire ends

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BELFAST, Northern Ireland (A')
- Irish guerrillas, striking swift-
ly at the close of a three-day
truce. beg-an a bomb and minn f

The Defense Department denied this was done. fyya
- fensive yesterday that claimed the
The April issue of Earth, published in San Francisco by the Earth ..:."..y lives of three men and injured
Publishing Corp., said in an article written by Managing Editor Ger- many others across Northern Ire-
ard Van der Leun that scientists at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal in land.
Denver asked for and received Pentagon permission to use North At least 14 bombs blasted Bel-
a;:;.:.....,,'Vietnamesetroopsashumanguineapis.dner ga rny herfast, Londonderry, Strabane and
Vietnaese trops ashuman uinea igs ~a number of towns, asn ie
"The United States has not employed nerve gas or any other ' oupray nur nddsruction.
lethal chemical agent against enemy forces in Southeast Asia or any spready injury and destruction.
other location," a Pentagon spokesman said. arr d in Borderadxtoday for a.
..::.v.:*........... , :.' . .......:::::rally in support of the Catholic
{.{":." :}.../QJ:i::ii:i::4 t:~i:i:i't;MICHIGAN'S LAW FORBIDDING sex discrimination in em- rebels in}: ,: ,Northern;",.;;,;:reland~_,;,, and,
ployment is beingLCustioned preseny in Wayne Coun.ty Circuit. ,y the French police told her she
The S. S. Kresge Co. filed the suit challenging the right of the A BRITISH SOLDIER looks at the remains of a Londonderry LLnndia.l
Michigan Civil Rights Commission (CRC) to act in. cases of sex dis- supermarket yesterday after a bomb ripped through the building.vte .Lein, rgNorthen Iread'sn
crimination Bombing broke out in Belfast, Londonderry and Strabane after young membrof the British a
A Flint woman charged she was denied admission to K-Mart the end of the 72-hour truce called by the Provisional wing of the liament, but the French govern-
management training because of her sex. After a one day hearing Irish Republican Army. ment said before she arrived she
Judge Charles Farmer directed attorneys to submit briefs and set -_would not be allowed to stay be-
no date for a future hearing. ASKS cause of her previous activities
Kresge's attorneys argued that sex discrimination is not under AS SFOR GAZA L:with militant leftists in Paris-
CRC's jurisdictios. Kresge's also stated that there were other laws! Two men were killed in a
under which women could seek relief. short, sharp battle between British
ussein 0 ropose troops and snipers on the edge
of the Roman Catholic Bogside
AS THE BERRIGAN TRIAL continued in Harrisburg yester- district of Londonderry. Security
day, defense attorneys Paul O'Dwyer and Leonard Boudin pres- officials said one of them was
sured the key government witness, informer Boyd Douglas Jr. a a e S i aflsta tePpositively identified as a member
Under questioning from Boudin, Douglas admitted to having of the Irish Republican Army
made approximately 80 telephone calls and six meetings with FBI BEIRUT, Lebanon (iP) - Radio fairs Committee ne is familiar! (IRA) Provisionals.
agents while he and Berrigan were inmates at the Lewisburg, Pa. Baghdad said yesterday King Hus- with Jordanian intentions but did A Provisional headquarters
federal penitentiary. Douglas was the only inmate out of 1,800 to sein has reached a peace agree- not want to comment on them spokesman charged both were un-
be allowed to go to school at Bucknell University, However, he denied ment with Israel that would make publicly. armed and were "just walking
Jordan's occupied west bank an "The l along a street smoking when they
that he went to Bucknell with the intention of spying, autonomous Palestinian state with velpments whihbe il edmae d were shot dead."
Douglas said he began mixing schooling and spying after con- an Arab Jerusalem as its capital, clear," Rogers said in explaining A Catholic was shot to death
cluding that Berrigan was a dangerous man who threatened the The report met with widespread his silence. shortly before the truce expired.
U. S. government, denial, Israeli authorities labeling Isi'ael's defense minister Moshe The death toll in 31 months of
Attorney O'Dwyer was threatened with contempt of court when it nonsense. IDayan, appeared to cast doubt on violence stands at 272.
he criticized "the relationship between the witness and the court" - Baghdad radio's broadcast came the reports of a, settlement by As the battle raged through the
apparently a reference to Judge R. Dixon Herman's allowing Douglas shortly after the royal palace in calling for caution against Hussein beleaguer ed ine, ther
to comment directly to him at times and to seek the court's inter- Amman announced that Hussein and implying he can not be trust- prime Minister Harold Wilson re-
cession during verbal dueling with Boudin. will make a statement "of tre- ed. turned from talks with political
O'Dwyer made a motion for a mistrial which Herman denied, mennus th territor, izedycon- The Jordanian king, Dayan told leaders in Dublin to press the'
conceding that O'Dwyer could continue his argument in writing. Israel is the 1967 war. a Young Labor party meeting, British government for urgent
* * 1 went to war against Israel in 1967 peace moves.

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ed terrorists detained w i t h o u t
trial, withdrawal of British troops
from the streets and dissolution of
the Protestant-dominated govern-
ment of Northern Ireland.
The British government ignored
the overture, and Premier Brian
Faulkner of Northern Ireland said
he would make concessions only if
the cease-fire was extended. The
IRA's campaign resumed at mid-
night with new intensity.
Nixon asks
more aid
to military 0
WASHINGTON (P) - President
Nixon urged Congress yesterday
to honor his full request for $2.15
billion in foreign military aid, say-
ing a firm U.S. commitment to its
allies is especially crtical "as we
begin to make adjustments in our
international role." The new re-
quest represents a $700 million in-
Nixon sent Congress a special
message on the assistance pro-
gram for the fiscal year starting
nevt July 1 as Secretary of State
William Rogers testified on the
subject before the House Foreign
Affairs Committee.
Nixon's message made two
money requests not covered in the
federal budget he had submitted
-$100 million for refugee relief
and humanitarian aid in South
Asia, including Bangladesh. This
would be in addition to $200 mil-
lion already appropriated.
-$42.5 million "for the support
of international; narcotics controls
U.S. military aid to military
governments in Greece and Latin
America came under fire from
four congressmen with Rep. Don-
fld Fraser (D-Minn.), asserting
it sometimes puts America in the
position of supporting dictators
over populations that seek demo-
cratic rule.
Rogers said arms aid to South
American governments for intern-
al security is in the U.S. interest
because it maintains Latin Ameri-
can stability.
"If they cannot buy equipment
from us," Rogers added, "they
will buy it elsewhere."
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EIGHT NATIVE TAIWANESE wht Palace spokesmen mentioned because "he was afraid of missing
.....nothing of apaeareet the Arabwrboat -he oud
regime's domination of their island are being tried by a military a peace agreement,war oa - e cou
however, and Jordan's ambassa- climb on the war chariot again."
court there, informed sources said yesterday. dor to the United Nations dismis- Radio Baghdad gave these high-
The group has been on trial since March 1 on charges of rebel- sed the Iraqi reports as "totally lights of the agreement:
lion. The maximum sentence is death, the minimum 10, years in unfounded." -Proclamation of a new fed-
prison. An informed U.S. official in eral state under Hussein to be
The sources said two of the men are former associates of Prof. Washington said Hussein's state- called the United Arab Kingdom.
Peng Ming-min, an antigovernment intellectual who escaped from ment would contain "a plan and -h
nothing else. Thekingdom is to be made up
house arrest in Taipei in 1969 and fled .to the United States. The two "There is no question of an of two autonomous states, Pale-
men, Hsieh Tsung-min and Wei Ting-chao, were imprisoned with agreement with Israel," he added. stine and Jordan, each of which
Peng for printing leaflets the government said were subversive. Secretary of State William Rog- will have its own government for
They were arrested again last February. ers told the House Foreign Af- internal affairs.
-_ - Some diplomats in London theor-
ized that Hussein wants to under-
1 cut Israeli plans for municipal
the ann arbor film cooperative elections in west bank territory
PRESENTS THE scheduled for later this month.



The truce had been declared by
the Provisional wing of the IRA
but scorned by its Official wing.
Provisional leaders said the cease-
fire was intended to back its de-
mands for the release of suspect-
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with the
First Annual Women's
8 and super-8 film festival
MARCH 22-26, 1972
The festival is open to all non-professional regular 8mm, super
8mm and single 8mm films.
An entry form must be completed in full and sent to the fes-
tival with the $3.00 entry fee for each film submitted by MARCH
19, 1972.
Explicit instructions on syncronization of sound are required
for all sound films. If these instructions are impractical or un-
intelligible, the film will not be accepted.
Films with poor splicing or other defects will be returned. The
festival recommends that all films be treated with film cleaner
and lubricant.
Mail films to P.O. BOX 8, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN 48107.
If you anticipate that your entry will not reach us by MARCH 19,
please send your entry form and fee ahead with a note as to
when the film might be expected. All films must reach us by
MARCH 20, 1972. To deliver your film personally, make arrange-
ments with Jerry Winslow in Ann Arbor at 313-769-3908.
We do not, as'a rule, acknowledge receiving films. If you would
like a receipt, please enclose a stamped, self-addressed postcard.
All films submitted will be screened by a selection committee
which will arrange the program of showings in Schorling Audi-
torium, in the School of Education, the University of Michigan.
The awards jury will select the winners. There will be prizes
in each of the four competitive categories, in addition to an
award for the outstanding film of the festival.
The final program of showings will not be known until shortly
before the festival. All filmmakers will receive a list of the win-
ners, and a copy of the program shortly after the showings.
All films will be returned promptly after the festival. If you
want your film insured upon return mailing, please enclose the
necessary amount of money to cover the cost.
Women's films will be viewed in a non-competitive screening
n Friday night, March 24, 1972. Films may be entered in any
of the. competitive categories for prizes and still be shown in the
Women's screening if you iust put checks in the boxes for all the
categories in which you wish your film to be viewed. Films may
also be in the Women's section without participating in other
I Title of Film:
Length in Minutes and Seconds:........Year of Production:
Type of Film Stock: Regular 8... . Super 8....... Single 8.
Check One Category of Competition:
Animation Documentary .... Experimental .... Narrative ...
Films by women ..
Check One Type of Sound System:




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