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HURRY! LAST DAYS
Today at 1-3-5-7-9

4nn Arbor, Michigan

Sunday, December 12, 1971

. . gut-tightening thriller and one of the most
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news briefs
By The Associated Press
THE UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY yesterday
debated the three Middle East proposals which face a final vote
Monday.
The issue remains whether Israel should pledge first to with-
draw from Egyptian territory, as Egypt demands, or whether the
talks should be resumed without such prior conditions, as Israel in-
sists.
One resolution calls for such a pledge, but the others do not.
A TERRORIST BOMB BLAST in a Belfast, Northern Ireland
furniture store yesterday killed four persons, including two chil-
dren, and wounded 19.
Residents of the Protestant district blamed the explosion on the
illegal Irish Republican Army (IRA).
The blast brought to 162 the number of persons killed so far this
year in Northern Ireland's continuing violence.
THE REV. JESSE JACKSON broke with the Southern Chris-
tian Leadership Conference yesterday and resigned as national
director of Operation Breadbasket,, economic arm of the civil
rights organization.
A dispute in connection with sponsorship of Black Expo by
Operation Breadbasket led to his 60-day suspension with pay Dec.
3, after which he announced his resignation.
DEPUTY SECRETARY OF DEFENSE DAVID PACKARD
resigned from office yesterday citing "strictly personal reasons."
The multimillionaire former electronics executive last year won
a battle with top budget officials who opposed a decision to move
ahead with an advanced bomber project.
More recently, he lost a fight to Treasury Secretary John Conn-
ally when military length-of-service pay increases were included under
the freeze.

Germans sign
visitation and
access treaty
BERLIN (N) - An agreement which allows West Berliners
to visit East Berlin and provides easier access for West
Germans to Communist-encircled West Berlin was signed by
both Germanys yesterday.
In addition, the West German government announced it
will start ratification proceedings tomorrow on its treaties
with the Soviet Union and Poland aimed at normalizing rela-
tions with the two Communist nations.
The agreement cleared the way for approval of the Sept.
3 accord by the United States, Britain, France, and the

-Associated Press-

Jackson steps down
(See News Briefs)

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RETALIATION SEEN:
N. Vietnam steps up
anti-aircraft attacks

Danny, Shooter, Fatback and the Kid,
They learned a trade in the army. Killing.
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December 17-18
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Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse
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Elliott Gould
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By The Associated Press
In what could trigger a" new
round of large retaliatory blows
against North Vietnam, sources
report that North Vietnam has
increased the number of sur-
face-to-air missile and anti-air-
craft artillery sites along the
Laotian border.
SAM attacks against U.S. war-
planes have intensified. A dozen
?SAMs have been fired at U. S.
planes bombing the Ho Chi
Minh trail, a vital southward
supply route, and reconnais-
sance jets flying over North
Vietnam this week.
In the latest engagement, one
of the Soviet-made SAMS re-
cently shot down an F105 escort
jet over Laos two miles from
North Vietnam.

At least four SAMs were fired
at the rescue planes and fighter-
bombers swept across the bor-
der into North Vietnam 85 miles
inside the country and attacked
the enemy sites at least half a
dozen times.
Although the full-scale bomb-
ing of North Vietnam was halt-
ed more than three years ago,
PresidentgNixon has since then
ordered large raids over the
North numbering as many as
200 to 250 warplanes.
There have been four raids of
200 or more planes each since
May, 1970. The U.S. Command
said that the latest attacks Fri-
day brought the number of
total strikes inside North Viet-
nam this year to 95.

Soviet Union on the status of
Berlin.
The upcoming Communist pacts
are a cornerstone of West German
Chancellor Willy Brandt's policy
of reconciliation with the East for
which he received the 1971 Nobel
Peace Prize Friday.
The procedures for the pacts
had been delayed by Brandt un-
til the Berlin agreements were
completed.
The agreement insures that for
the first time, civilian traffic from
West Berlin through East Ger-
many will be largely unhindered.
Critical West Germans are skep-
tical of a misuse clause, however,
which permits the East Germans
to reject suspicious persons and
goods.
The agreement limits visits to
the East to 30 a year.
The Michigan Daily, edited and man-
aged by students at the University of
Michigan. News phone: 764-0552. Second
Class postage paid at Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan. 420 Maynard Street, Ann Arbor,
Michigan 48104. Published daily Tues-
day through Sunday morning Univer-
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carrier, $11 by mail.
Summer Session published Tuesday
through Saturday morning. Subscrip-
tin rates: $5 by carrier, $6 by mail.
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Report hits
U.S. funds to
bolster Laos
WASHINGTON (P) - A con-
gressional report released yester-
day alleges that the U.S. efforts
to stabilize Laotian money values
"promotes rather than discour-
ages fraud, corruption and dis-
honesty."
The House Government Opera-
tions Committee charged the U.S.
taxpayer has felt for two decades
the burden of financial assistance
misused in Laos.
"Through the Foreign Exchange
Operations Fund, dollar exchange
is available to anyone-Commun-
ist and non-Communist alike-for
any, purpose including capital
flight and procurement of nones-
sential luxury goods from any
source - including Communist
countries."
The report called on the U.S.
Agency for International Develop-
ment to recommend to Congress
within 90 days new programs to
eliminate the past problems.
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ARM/Michigan Film Society presentations for the rest of December
-clip and save $1
exam break escapes Holiday fare
TUESDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY-SATURDAY CHRISTMAS DAY NEW YEAR'S
DECEMBER 14 DECEMBER 15 DECEMBER 17-18 DECEMBER 25 DEC. 31-JAN. 1
Color double-bill for the finally FRANZ KAFKA'S the much heralded Fearless Vampire
imagination: Michoel Curtiz' classic K
The Tr'ilARTKillers
if a 24 year old rock star were elected e ria
President of the U.S. and everybody double-bill-both films also with CASABLANCA or, PARDON ME, BUT
over 30 were retired into LSD camps ... written and directed by Edward G. Robinson YOUR TEETH ARE IN MY NECK
Hollywood would call it-O-
Orson Welles BULLETS or BALLOTS Bogart, Peter Lorre, Sidney Greenstreet, with Polanski, Sharon Tate.
Wild in the Streets 1936 Ingrid Bergman, Claude Rains, Paul Intelligent vampire spoof.
with WELLES, JEANNE MOREAU, AN- Henreid, and Dooly Wilson.
CHRIS JONES, SHELLEY WINTERS, THONY PERKINS, ELSA MARTINELLI, with Joan Blondell with TWO SHORT FILMS:
AEVARSI 7:0& 10:15 P.M. ROMY SCHNEIDER. 7:30 & 10 P.M. ,, Death of the Stag
DIANEHa -AND-00 101 PM
"Welles best film since KANE."-and-
-PFTF cWIE Amazinq Dr. Clitterhouse Rick's cafe Americaine teems with

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Saturday and Sunday
Anlimal
Crackers
with
THE
MARX
BROTHERS
dir. V. Heerman, 1930
with
MARGARET
DUMONT!
The brothers invade high
society and a valuable

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