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Does her anger at a
domineering husband
justify a wife's taking
a lover?

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Saturday, January 30, 1971

Ann Arbor, Michigan

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news briefs
By The Associated Press
WEATHERWOMAN LINDA EVANS, 23, of Iowa, surrendered
Friday to begin serving a 90-day sentence for three charges stem-
ming from the October 1969 "days of rage" street violence staged
in Chicago by the Weatherman faction of Students for a Demo-
cratic Society.
Evans pleaded guilty Thursday to aggravated battery, resisting
arrest and mob action. Judge Richard Fitzgerald of Circuit Court also
placed her on three years probation.
BERLIN ACCESS TRAFFIC was tied in knots again yesterday
with the third day of Autobahn harassment by the East Germans
who surround isolated Berlin.
The East Germans are putting the pressure on West Germany
because of political activity there, which they want stopped in an
attempt to break the city's tie with West Germany.
Soviet-East German protests were directed mainly at two-day
meeting of state parliamentary leaders from the Free Democratic
party, partners in the Bonn governing coalition.4
BRITAIN emerged yesterday from an airline strike but faced
auto industry troubles with 50,000 workers at Ford Motor Co._Nixon a
ei nigastie President Nixon addresses Rogers Mort
The walkout began when 3,000 body workers walked off their jobs a rsearing-n ceremony.
at the company's Halewood plant near Liverpool after the American-
owned firm rejected a union demand for raises of 40 per cent and
more. The unions said all 50,000 workers would be on strike Monday. COST TO INCREASE:
The auto unions have been campaigning for parity with higher:
paid workers in Britain's industrial midlands. Ford plants are at I 0 1
Liverpool and London and in Wales. I1
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U.S. Cites
owners in
mine blast
WASHINGTON It? - The
Interior Department charged
yesterday that a Kentucky
coal mine disaster that killed
38 men last month was caused
by the use of illegal explosives,
illegal blasting practices and
failure to control coal dust.
The department said it was
sending its findings to the Justice
Department for possible criminal
prosecution of the owners. The
department itself will also con-
mine operators.
The disaster occurred Dec. 30 in
a mine owned by Charles a n d
Stanley Finley, near Hyden, Ky.
Of the 39 men working in the
mine at the time, only one sur-
vived. He had left the mine for
supplies and was on his way back
in when it blew up.
The Bureau of Mines, in its in-
vestigation report, said evidence
was found that dynamite - ille-
gal for use in coal mines - may
have been used for blasting pur-
poses. If legal explosives were us-
ed, the bureau said, the manner
of their use was apparentlyille-
gal, and they may have b deen
touched off with primacord, an
illegal type of fuse in coal mine
blasting.
Conviction on a criminal charge
under mi nesafety$laws carries
penalties of up to $25,00 and a
year in jail."
The Finley mine had been cited
for 38 violations of safety and
health regulations during the nine
months it was in operation be-
fore the Dec. 3 explosion.
Accidents had killed one man
and injured two others.

of a mad
housewife

-Associated Press
nnounces new post
ton, the newly-appointed Secretary of the Interior, yesterday

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FEBRUARY 1-7
4 films from the man who learned suspense from Hitchcock.
Creator with Godard and Truffaut of the NEW WAVE Chabrol
exposes the swell of passion with sudden violence.
Heroic gastronomy and the subtle grace of the 7 Capital,
Sins.
"Chilling and beautiful"
... the Cinema of Cruely and Compassion"
--j
Jacqueline Sassard and Stephane Audron in LES BICHES
A MURDER IN EVERY MOVIE:
Mon., Feb. 1--LES COUSINS 1958. Country cousins come to live
with decadent Parisian Jean-Claude Brialy.
Thu., Feb. 4-LEDA (WEB OF PASSION) 1959. Jean-Paul Bel-
mondo's gastronomic orgy. An emotional film of love and murder.
Also being shown Feb. 5.
Sat., Feb. 6-LES BICHES 1968. Another triangle of lesbianism
and irony. Chabrol "back in business again."
Sun., Feb. 7--LE SCANDALE-CHAMPAGNE MURDERS. Chabrol
in Hollywood. A wine-making empire, and Tony Perkins not play-
ing a psychotic for once.
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less M1east states

ROGERS MORTON was sworn in yesterday as secretary of
the interior with instructions from President Nixon to restore the4
beauty of America.
As secretary, Morton faces two immediate issues concerning oil
and the environment. He must decide whether to c.ntin or. el

discuss prices at London talkis

.1c - 1 'u 'G u o ae TEHRAN, Iran P) - Two top when Saudi Arabian oil minister
oil leases in California's Santa Barbara Channel and whether to ap- negotiators for the world's major Zaki Yamani s a i d he did not
prove the proposed oil pipeline across Alaska. oil companies left for high level think this figure was too high.
* * * consultations in London last night At the end of two h o u r s of
APOLLO 14 ASTRONUATS tapered off their training yes- following stiff price hike demands tough bargaining, British Petrol-
terday as the countdown for tomorrow's moon launch entered a by the oil-producing states of the eum managing director L o r d
critical phase. Persian Gulf. Strathalmon said demands by the
After devoting several full days to practice in the spacecraft Rumors that the six Gulf states producing countries had been
n are asking for as much as $3 a higher than expected, but he de-
trainers, Alan Shepard Jr., Edgar Mitchell and Stuart Roosa worked barrel for their oil - an increase clined to give figures. Strathal-
only a few hours yesterday. of $1.21 - gained some credence mond heads the companies' nego-
---------.---.---- ---..-.-.------. -tiating team in Iran.
MY LAI MASSACRE CASE Yamani told newsmen the Gulf
states are pressing to reach an
'agreement by Wednesday. All 10
Army drops charges against general me
Petroleum Exporting Countries
are scheduled to meet then to hear
WASHINGTON OP) - The Army yesterday dis- ter later became superintendent of West Point, a progress report on the current
missed charges accusing Maj. Gen. Samuel Kos- but was relieved of his post when charges were price negotiations. If the talks are
ter of covering up the alleged My Lai Massacre brought against him last March. not going well, they will discuss
detevdnetefrer oftPon coverig u th counter measures - including a
despite evidence the former West Point comman- Dismissal of the charges against Koster leaves shutdown of oil supplies to the
dant knew of some civilian casualties. only two officers - Col. Oran K. Henderson and West.
The action was taken by Lt. Gen. Jonathan Capt. Dennis H. Johnson - still facing possible There could be a split within the
Seaman, 1st Army commander at Fort Meade, court-martial. export group when its members
Md., who ruled Koster "did not show any inten- Originally 14 officers were accused of the al- meet next week. The member
tional abrogation of responsibilities." leged cover-up after a high-level Army investiga- states are Algeria, Libya, I r a q,
tion reported evidence indicating that "certain Iran, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Abu
After considering all factors, the Army an- persons, wittingly or unwittingly, suppressed cer- Dhabi, Qatar, Indonesia and Ven-
nounced in a two-page statement, "Gen. Seaman tain information about the incident from passing
concluded that it would be in the best interest of up the chain of command." The Gulf states would be less
justice to dismiss all of the charges." able to weather a lengthy shut-
One of these and 12 other officers and enlisted down, however, than the Libyans,
Koster was the highest-ranking officer impli- men were accused of committing crimes at My who are believed to have amassed
cated in the My Lai incident. He was charged Lai. Of these, charges were dismissed against sufficient oil revenue to tide them
with failure to obey lawful regulations and dere- eight, while two others were acquited following over for at least six months.
liction in the performance of his duties as com- trial. According to reports reaching
mander of the American Division. Murder charges are still pending against Capts. the companies, the Libyans have
The division was the parent unit of an infan- Ernest Medina and Eugene Kotouc and 1st Lt. declared they will negotiate only
with individual operators in their
try company which swept through My Lai on William Calley. Calley is now on trial at Ft. Ben- country and not with the com-
March 16, 1968, and allegedly killed more than 110 ning, Ga. The Army has not yet decided whether panies as a group. The Libyans
South Vietnamese men, women and children. Kos- to bring the two captains to trial, are demanding eventual narity

Nun in bomb plot released
by U.S. Court of Appeals

with North American prices, which
stand at well over $3 a barrel.
Western Europe gets about half
of its oil from the Gulf and Japan
about 90 per cent. The r e s t of
Europe's oil comes mainly from
Libya and Algeria, where price
talks are reported to have reached
stalemate.

PHILADELPHIA (R
3rd U.S. Circuit Cou
peals yesterday relea
out bail Sister Jogues.
had been jailed for
when she refused to t
fore a federal grand J
ing an alleged kid
plot.
Sister Jogues, name
conspirator in the i
that charged six pers
cluding the Rev. Phil
gan - with conspirin
nap presidential advi,
Kissinger and blow up
ing systems of five W
D.C. buildings, was int
the Dauphin County ja
risburg.
A government indic
leges the plot was plan
federal prison at Lew
far from Bucknell U
Judges Ruggero Alde
ip Forman and John
directed t h a t Siste

) -- The should be freed, pending appeal
rt of Ap- before them of her refusal to
sed with- testify despite a grant of im-
Egan, who munity from prosecution.
contempt She was released "in her own
testify be- recognizance" and in the cus-
Jury prob- tody of the executive director of
nap-bomb the Eastern American Province
of the Religious Order of the
d as a co- Sacred Heart of Mary in New
ndictment York City of which she is a
ons - in- member.
lip Berri- The appeals court's action
g to kid- came a day after the Rev. J.
ser Henry Williams Michelnan, 54, of Bal-
the heat- timore, contended that a casual
ashington, conversation with a clergyman
custody at is immune to federal grand jury
ail in Har- consideration.
Father Michelman, one of two
tment al- witnesses still under snbpoena
ned in the in the kidnap-conspiracy case,
isburg not contended in Harrisburg t h a t
niversity. his discussions with some of the
sert, Phil- defendants in the case could be
. Gibbons "similar in scope" to a priest
er Jogues hearing a confession.

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Starring JUDY GARLAND
FRANK MORGAN " RAY BOLGER
BERT LAHR " JACK HALEY
Sat. and Sun. Matinees
1 :00 P.M. and 3:00 P.M.
child 75c adult $1.50
F';P'TH POrUM
PIPTM AVUNUW AlTL.6"P"
DOWNTOWN ANN ARSO*
MjINFONMATION 761-.7000
theatre emptied
after each show

Universityof Michigan Film Society (ARM)
presents another sarcastic double bill

CINEMA II
Walt Disney's
Alice in Wonderland
Saturday, 7p.m. and 9 p.m.

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CAROL REED'S
Our Man In Havana

VITTORIO DE SICA'S
The Bicycle Thief
screenplay by
- AFn7 AX- ---riA ka

ROBERTA FLACK
IN CONCERT with
Music Incorporated
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 10
8:00 P.M.
BOWLING GREEN
STATE UNIVERSITY
Bowling Green Student
I nn

Mongo Santamnaria
with
The Presidents
and
Leon Thomas
FRIDAY, FEB. 12
8:00 P.M.
BOWLING GREEN
STATE UNIVERSITY
tA-,~n in a

(SCREENPLAY BY GRAHAM GREENE)

with Alec Guinness,
Ernie Kovnes. Maureen O'Hara.

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