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COUZEN'S FILM CO-OP
Presents
"WINNING"
Starring Paul Newman, JoAnne Woodward,
and Robert Wagner
March 24 & 25-7, 9, 11 p.m.
75c person - $1 couple

THE NIXON ADMINISTRATION reportedly was prepared to
do all possible short of armed intervention to prevent the 1970
election of Chilean President Allende, according to a memo at-{
tributed to two ITT officials.
The memo declared the State Department gave U.S. Ambassador
Edward Korry "maximum authority to do all possible - short of a
Dominican Republic-type action-to keep Allende from taking power."
According to more than 100 pages of memos attributed to ITT
officials released yesterday by columnist Jack Anderson, ITT sought
the assistance of the White- House, Congress, and v a r i o u s federal
agencies in an effort to stop Allende and forestall nationalization of
the firm's muli-million dollar properties in Chile.
The State Department refused comment and ITT officials have
denied the allegation.

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Ann Arbor Civic Theater

Belfasthotel
bombed,.talks
held'in London
BELFAST, Northern Ireland ( - A massive bomb planted
in a stolen truck wrecked Belfast's biggest hotel and main
railroad station yesterday, sending 70 people to the hospital.
The bomb damaged more than half the rooms in the new
$9-million Europa Hotel and caved in the roof of Great Vic-
toria Street Station, shattering two trains.
It damaged stores and offices within a 100-yard radius,
including the Glengall Street headquarters of Prime Minister
Brian Faulkner's ruling Unionist party.
The bombers gave 30 minutes warning but the bomb ex-
ploded within 15 minutes. This was sufficient time to clear
the neighboring railway station, the main terminal for trains
to Dublin, but not enough too -

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March 22-25-8:00 P.M.
March 26-7:00 P.M.
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First Seder: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29
SEDERS, LUNCHES, DINNERS:
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Reservations Deadline: MONDAY, MARCH 27
Information: 663-4129
NO PHONE RESERVATIONS ACCEPTED
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PRESIDENT NIXON'S ANTIBUSING program ran into heavy
opposition yesterday from leading House Democrats, indicating a
tough road ahead for it in Congress.
Rep. Carl Perkins (D-Ky.) chairman of the Education Committee,
said a companion proposal to improve educational opportunities for
poor children is totally inadequate.
Civil-rights leaders denounced both parts of the administi'ation's
plan, as did the congressional Black Caucus, comprised of 13 black
House members.
Southern opponents of busing joined in the criticism of the busingI
moratorium, saying it would do nothing for districts in the South
that have long been under busing orders.
THE SUPREME COURT yesterday established the right of
single persons to use birth-control devices on the same basis as
married couples.
Justice William Brenan said that if married people are allowed
contraceptives to guard against pregnancy the state cannot make it
a crime for single people to use them for the same purpose.
The ruling upset the 1967 conviction of birth-control crusader
William Baird, who handed a package of vaginal foam to a young
woman attending his lecture at Boston University.
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BRITISH NARCOTICS EXPERT Dr. P. H. Connell said yes-
terday the U.S. is deceiving itself if it thinks it has begun stop- 4
ping the flow of heroin to the country's half million addicts.

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-Associated Press
A WRECKED TRUCK is left at the Great Victoria Street railway
station in Belfast after a bomb exploded there yesterday.
2,000-MAN UNIT:
S.lVets send new
troOps to Cambodia

I Stating that the recent seizures of large amounts of heroin and
newrestrictions on opium growing in Turkey have had little effect
on the heroin in the U.S., Connell said, "There hasn't been a. real
panic among drug addicts in the United States in a long time."
Connell further said that the U.S. has overconcerned itself with
the problem of heroin at the cost of being negligent about the
problem with amphetamines and barbituates.

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10:30 P.M.

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H. P. LOVECRAFT'S
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OF THOSE WHO
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SAIGON (') - A new 2,000-
man South Vietnamese task
force crossed into eastern Cam-
bodia yesterday, swelling to 10,-
000 the number of government
troops operating there in a drive
to destroy communist base
camps.
South Vietnamese headquart-
ers reported the first phase of
a drive there by 8,000 troops,
mounted March 10, had ended
and resulted in 743 Communist
soldiers killed, including 583 by
artillery and air strikes.
South Vietnamese casualties
were given as 8 killed, 65 wound-
ed and 1 missing, leaving ob-
servers to believe that enemy
losses were exaggerated a n d
government casualties minimiz-
ed.
The new 2,000-man task force,
led by 30 armored vehicles, was
headed toward the Cambodian
town of Krek, along Highway 7.
The other 8,000 troops opened
their second phase in the spoil-

ing operation in an area rough-
ly 85 miles northeast of Sai-
gon and 10 to 15 miles inside
Cambodia.
No major fighting was report-
ed as the South Vietnamese be-
gan their new push against Krek.
Field reports said 'the North
Vietnamese have moved south
into the Krek area since e a r ly
last January when the South
Vietnamese abandoned t h e i r
permanent bases there and
started employing mobile t a s k
forces in Cambodia.
Elsewhere in Cambodia, the
district town of Prey Veng, 30
miles east of Phnom Penh, still
was under attack by communist
forces. Government troops in the
town were being resupplied by
air drops.
A command spokesman de-
scribed the situation as serious
and said 4 Cambodian soldiers
were killed and 15 wounded by
enemy shelling.

evacuate otner buildings.
Many of the injured, who were
treated for shock and cuts, were
young girls on the kitchen staff of
the hotel.
The Europa had been the object
of two previous bombing attempts
blamed on the outlawed Irish Re-
publican Army. Both bombs were
defused safely.
This time the bomb, estimated
by the army at more than 100
pounds of gelignite, was placed in
a stolen delivery truck in a park-
ing lot behind the hotel.
The explosion was the sixth ma-
jor blast in Northern Ireland since
Monday, when a bomb in a Bel-
fast shopping center killed six
persons and injured 146. The
death toll from the 32 months of
communal violence in the province
stands at 285.
As the bomb erupted, Faulkner
was -iAn London for talks with
Prime Minister Edward Heath on
still secret Cabinet plans to thwart
the IRA's campaign to unite
Northern Ireland with the Irish
republic to the south.
No details have been released
on the British proposals to bring
peace between the Roman Catho-
lic minority and the Protestant
majority in the bloodied province.
It would be designed to reas-
sure the million Protestants that
their position in the British prov-
ince would not be destroyed and
persuade the 500,000 Catholics
that Northern Ireland can guaran-
tee them equal treatment.
But the Protestants say they
Iwill fight any watering down of
the Northern Ireland constitution,
and the IRA declares it is not
interested .in anything but a unit-
ed Ireland on its own terms.
In Dublin, post office workers
intercepted a parcel bomb ad-
dressed to Thomas MacGiolla,
president of the Official Wing of
the IRA. It was defused.
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Irnion issue
YPSILANTI, Mich. (M)-Eastern
Michigan University (EMU) facul-
ty members will vote next Wednes-
day and Thursday on which union,
if any, they want to represent
them in collective bargaining.
The Michigan Employe Rela-
tions Commission (MERC) set the
date for the vote by 800 academic
employes Tuesday.
The university is contesting the
election, claiming that some em-
ployes, such as residence hall and
guidance counselors, should not be
included in the bargaining unit.
The employees will have a
choice between the American As-
sociation of University Professors;
the EMU Faculty Association, a
national Education Association af-
filiate; the EMU Teachers Feder-
ation, an affiliate of the American
Federation of Teachers, or no un-
ion.
Under an agreement between
the university and MERC, the bal-
lots of the contested employes will
be counted separately and the re-
sult of the election can be held in
abeyance while the dispute is re-
solved in court.
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YARN SALE

Aunt Lydia's
HEAVY RUG YARN

.. only 30c

SPORT YARN, 2-oz. skeins ......only 65c
NOW-MARCH 26
uiversity cellar

BACH CLUB
Laura Shetler-Flute
Emily Tepper-Flute
and piano accompaniment
J. S. BACH-Suite in C
Minor for flute and piano
QUANTZ-Duet for two
flutes and piano
TELEMAN-Fantasie for
flute

FLARES
Your
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$5
reg. to $24

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, March 24-6-9 p.m.

lion of beautiful fashion
th emphasis on soft,
ith the Victorian influence,
olumbia's sheer cotton
illpaper print gown. Light
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Thursday and Friday
ROCK AROUND
THE CLOCK
Dir. FRED T. SEARS, 1956
WITH:
BILL HALEY and the COMETS
THE PLATTERS
FREDDIE BELL and HIS BELLBOYS
ALAN FREED
ERNIE FREEMAN COMBO
TONY MARTINEZ and His Orchestra
( with the greatest rock n' roll music by the biagest rock

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No Musical Knowledge Needed.
Absolutely Everyone Invited.
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