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61BABUILD
FRIDAY-MARCH 26
Hail the Conquering Hero
dir. PRESTON STURGES (1944)
heroby his hometown. 'Satirical turges at hs best.

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Friday, March 26, 1971

Ann Arbor1 Michigan

Page Three

FOUR START AiArY

Leonard Martin

"Preston Sturges is acknowledged as the foremost
satirist of his time."
Andrew Sarris

n e w s b r e fAs sitd r
THE LABOR DEPARTMENT added five more major cities
yesterday to its list of areas having substantial unemployment-
six per cent or more. This brought the total up to 541 cities, highest
in nearly nine years.
The newly added cities - now totalling one-third of the 150 major
labor market areas - are New Haven. Conn., Rockford, Ill., Terre

1 & 9:05 P.M.
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............H.....,.I.d.,.W.....s..r, .ass. and Bin.ghamtonxN.Y.
THE UNITED STATES declared yesterday its reclgnition of
IT/c B CK! .the rule of the military junta which took over power in Argentina
The decision was disclosed in a pattern which has become familiar
S in recent years-an assertion that the question of recognition does not
arise.
* * *
PAKISTANI TROOPS fired yesterday on mobs ripping up
SATURDAY, MAR.27 AND SUNDAY, MAR. 28 ship believed to contain military supplies in the port of Cvhitta-
'beteenand ibety)gong.
331Th mpon(bewen.i.a an ibry)Unofficial reports said 35 persons were killed and 75 were wounded
/in the latest outbreak of violence in East Pakistan which wants greater
A NEWSREEL-MAGIC-HOUSE BENEF IT .. . autonomy from the central government in West Pakistan.
7 and 9:30 pm. Donation $1 The shooting brought a call from East Pakistani political chieftain
Sheik Mujibur Rahman for another general strike.
Sheik Mujib, military president Yahya Khan and Zulfikar Ali Bhut-
Academy Award-Best Foreign Film (1966) ton, head of the powerful People's party in West Pakistan, have been
Elevn It tionl Aw rdsmeeting in Dacca in an effort to reach an agreement on how to estab-
Elv n nernatin w r slish a civilian government.
"Righ On. - "ightOn."PRESIDENT SALVADOR ALLENDE of Chile expressed opti-
Huey Eldridge mism yesterday that his leftist popular unity coalition will in-
crease its strength in nationwide municipal elections April 4.
sai'' een d.we rnl ee fewvotes, I11 say ii.u t he pecp
_____ _______--think we've done a bad job. If we increase our strength a little, they
_____________________________- 1think we've done an average job. And if we receive a lot of votes, they
I~i!________________________________ are saying we have done well."

Senators
WASHINGTON t? - SeCre-
tary of State William Rogers
assured questioning senators
yesterday that t h e United
States is not calling on Israel
to give up conquered lands in
advance of a Mideast peaCe
settlement.
Rogers -won pifaise from b o t h
supporters of his Mideast peace
effort and some critics after an
unusual 1% hour session w i t h
most of the Senate.
Majority Leader M i k e Mans-
field (fl-Mont.), reporting that 67
senators of the 80 currently in the
city attended, said "the secretary
delivered an excellent statement
SnHenry Jackson (Dl-Wash.),
was one of those who had ques-
tioned the U.S. initiative aimed
at producing an Arab Israeli set-
tlement.
pli "anrentirely ne element
which I know I didn't understand"
Jackson said. The senator said
this is t h a t the U.S. planning
does not linvolve the removal of
dent" to peace negotiations.
State Department aides did not
reat historicay'significance.a The
said Rogers had received expres-
sions of interest about the Mid-
east question from some senators,
and had volunteered to appear be-
fore all who wanted to listen and
ask questions.
Some senators, including Henry
ing Israel to agree to Arab peace
terms. Prominent senators also
have attacked Rogers' Idea for a
big power Mideast peace keeping
force.

-Associated Press
Soviet Jews arrive in Israel
Jews from Moscow, Kiev, and Riga are shown in Tel Aviv airport after arriving from Russia via Vien-
na. This was one of the largest groups of Soviet Jews to win freedom of emigration from the USSR.
JAPANESE INTEREST:
Government wil it to recoup
pat f of $1 blion SS outlay

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H E LD OVE R!
3R D
BIG WEEK...
BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:45 P.M.
SHOWS TODAY AT:
"COLD TURKEY" at 7:00
SNEAK PREVIEW at 9:00
*ALSO * "Cold Turkey" will
be shown AFTER Sneak Preview!

S' ...."......,~.. dential press secretary Ronald
.*..... Ziegler said yesterday the govern-
ment will try to recover some of
AnnArb r v ome ' Fim F stialthe $1 billion invested in the s-
AnnArb r ~ me s il Fsaidl threhas bee "noofer yet
recoup some of the outlay.
an or 0 sThere had been reports and de-
nials that major Japanese aircraft
companies might make a bid to
FRI., MAR. 26-7:30 p.m. buy for a dime on the dollar the
RACHAMAUDrights to mockups, tools, b 1u e-
RACK AM UD.prints, prototypes and construc-
Womanof t YearSpokesmen for three Japanese
firms have said they have no plans
KATH E RIN E H EPBU RN to purchase these rights and Boe-
have sai there's been no cntact,
FR-I EL Eoffer nor discussion with these
companies. .
The three firms are JpnAir-
1. ~ craft, iKawasaki Heavy industries

However a State Department
spokesman said yesterday anoth-
er Japanese firm, the Ataka Trad-
ing Co., sent in an inquiry ex-
pressing interest in the SST pro-
Ataa aske w ha t procdures
should be followed to send a amis-.
sion to the United States to look
further into the operation.
indicated an interestain buying
patents, blueprints 'and completed
parts owned by the U.S. govern-
ment atd 10 cents on the dollar.r-
chase offer.
White House officials were re-
peating thatthey nconsiderd th
veloping, as dead at this point.
But while there are official dis-
claimers that any formal disclos-
ures have b e e n made, officials
said that one of the things in the
wind is a possible overture from
Japan.
The administration view is that
anything offered would be better
than nothing.
These officials say they are un-
aware of any precedent for selling
United States research and devel-
opment. But should this c o m e
about, they say no legislative ac-
ton would be reuired.

One authority, asked whether
it would be possible to sell back to
Boeing and General Electric for
11 cents on the dollar - a penny
more than mentioned in the
be involed Adtona fund
would be required to proceed with
developing the SST.
The possibility was raised that
private banks might come in with
financial help for such a move.

Nixon asks overhau
of executive structure
WASHINGTON () - President these it would add Departments of
Nixon, saying "Public officials Natural Resources, Economic Af-
cannot be patient with outmoded fairs, Community Development and
fnrms when the people have Human Resources.

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TONIH
AT 9:00 P.M.
PSneak Preview
SN EAK TR IP-
A Very Special Preview Of
A Very Special Comedy. . .
Plus Our Regular Feature
Come Early and See Both ! Rated G

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grown so impatient with govern-
ment," asked Congress yesterday
to overhaul his executive machin-
ery.
He proposed a consolidated cabi-
net of eight departments, four new
and four old.
"Good people cannot do good
things with bad mechanisms," he
frsrateven dthe noblest aims.
While briefing reporter on de-
tails of the Nixon plan, Secretary
who served on a panel which pro-
duced the basic reorganization
strategy, said its chances in Con-
gress are good.
"I think that, once they under-
stand it, they'll support it," he
said.
The President's proposal would
leave intact four departments
which trace their origins to the
birth of the Republic: State,
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modern society." oeneti
"Under the proposals which I am
submitting, those in federal gov-
cosely related problem wul
work together in the same organ-
izational framework," he said.
In his lengthy message to Con-
gress, Nixon sought to allay fears
of farmers and labor union mem-
bers that they would not fare as
well under his plan wiping out the
Agriculture and Labor Depart-
formsmnents. "I would not .'uggest
these reforms if I thought they
would in any way result in the ne-
glect of farmers, workers, minori-
ties or any other significant
groups within our country," the
President said.

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