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Ann Arbor Women's Film Festival
and Workshops
SUN., MAR. 28
2:00 p.m.-TRIAL OF JOAN OF ARC
BRESSON, director
:s (Childcare provided)
7:30 p.m.-ALL ABOUT EVE
BETTY DAVIS and ANN BAXTER
UNION BALLROOM.
FREE

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NEWS PHONE: 764-0552
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Sunday, March 28, 1971

Ann Arbor, Michigan

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news bAriefs
By The Associated Press

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Writer-In-Residence
presents
GARY SNYDER
March 29 thru April 4
During the week Snyder will read his poetry and
hold lectures and discussions on ecology, an-
thropology, Asian culture, Zen, mind-body.
MONDAY, MARCH 29-discussion at the
Residential College, 8:00 p.m. '
TUESDAY, MARCH 30 - poetry reading,
Rackham Auditorium, 8:00 p.m.
FULL SCHEDULE OF EVENTS IS FORTHCOMING
BUTTERFI ELD
BLUES BAND-
Live
2 record set
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SUPER NON-PROFIT STORE IN UNION

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THE WHITE HOUSE plans to roll out its third "inflation
alert" early this week.
President Nixon will also decide whether to set wage standards in
the construction industry.
If the inflation alert is tougher than the first two and if Nixon,
acts to curb construction costs, it would represent a new offensive
by the administration against inflation. h i
It would be the kind of anti-inflation policy expressed by the
Federal Reserve board. The board, by law independent from the i s

ns field
Laos

White House, is reluctant to pursue Nixon's requested easier money
policies for fear of inflation. "
The last inflation alert, issued three months ago, threw the l
White House spotlight on wage and price increases in the oil, copper,
railroad and t bimnilp indimfip.mnr nthp

nvasion

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i aiioa anuauaioon inausuries, among ormers_:
W. WASHINGTON (P) - Senate
That alert was stronger than the mild exhortations against Democratic Leader Mike Mans-
inflation contained in the first. field said yesterday the U.S.-
Dr. Hendrik Houthakker, a member of Nixon's Council of backed South Vietnamese inva-
Economic Advisors, hinted that recent price increases of lumber sion of Laos has triggered a North
and steel will be mentioned in the coming alert, along with comments Vietnamese reaction that "has ^A.
on the inflation problem in the construction industry. created a very precarious posi-
tion" for the Laotian govern-
ment.
THE JUDGE in the My Lai murder trial of Lt. William In addition, Mansfield told re-
Calley yesterday permitted the jury to rehear transcript testi- porters, "it creates the possibility
mony from eight more witnesses. of invasion into South Vietnam
The jury has previously reheard testimony from 12 witnesses, by North Vietnam."
It began deliberations March 16. The Montana Democrat express-
After a full day of deliberations yesterday, the jury was expected ed concern over news reports that -
the North Vietnamese had ad-_
to spend at least some time in debate today also. But the trial vhe wthinf mes o the
judge, Col. Reid Wm. Kennedy, announced he and court attaches Laotian royal capital of Luang
would not be on hand to accept any verdict today and it would Prabang and, earlier this week,
have to remain secret until court resumes at 8:30 a.m. tomorrow. shelled the city's airfield for the PAKISTANI GOVERNMENT soldiers sta
# * * first time. Dacca, capital of East Pakistan. Yesterd.
DEMOCRATIC GOVERNORS agreed yesterday to seek an "One of the corollaires of the reported in that city. between the governme
incursion in Laos - or the invas- ofrblSekMju.
expanded role in the buildup to the 1972 Presidential campaign. ion - has been and will continue of rebe Sheik Mujibur.
Fifteen of the 29 Democratic governors conferred privately at a to be stepped up enemy activity
St. Louis airport motel and their chairman, Gov. Robert Scott of in central Laos and endangering GOVT. FILES PAPERS:
North Carolina, said afterward: the royal capital, which I think i___
We do want to have a part of the action, to feel that we are could be taken without too much
being heard and have a significant input into the affairs of the trouble," he said.
"If they don't take it," Mans- ; 4/j Fd a p t
party. field added, "it will only be be- I NY.
cause of the feeling on both sides
CHICAGO MAYOR Richard Daley termed the Vietnam war toward the king." King Savang WASHINGTON (AP) - The Nix- In the
a waste of resources," and called for an end to the Asian Vatthana resides in Luang Pra- on administration, under fire knowledg
conflict. bang, north of the administrative for what some critics say is a youn
Daley, seeking an unprecedented fifth consecutive four year capital of Vientiane. wholesale spying on citizens, has conspirir
term as Chicago's chief executive, listed Friday what he termed The Montanan said the Laotian denied it seeks "an unbridled incite a
"the nation's priorities for the '70s." invasion widened the Indochinese discretion ... to ride roughshod" ges tha
On his list of priorities facing the nation, Daley included elimi- war and that 'the South Vietna- over the constitutional protection gathered
nation of poverty, an end to racism and rebuilding of cities. meer and an expedited e against unreasonable searches. used mo
"These are not only local priorities," Daily said, they are national ananexpe __ne. _- _ At the same time, in documents national
priorities and they must command the support of our national The Michigan Daily, edited and man. filed in federal court, the govern- nal pros
government and its resources. aged by. students at the University oi ment concedes "it is simply not The
* * Michigan. News phone: 764-0552. Second possible" to prevent innocent ment is k
Class postage paid at Ann Arbor, Mich--
JURORS IN THE SHARON TATE murder trial began de- igan, 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor, persons from falling under sur- ment to
liberations yesterday to decide between life imprisonment and Michigan 48104. Published daily Tues- veillance. without
day through Sunday morning Univer- Wa utb aacd h
death sentence for convicted killer Charles Manson and three sity year. Subscription rates: $10 by What must be balanced, the case of
nfollowers.carrier, $10 by mail. government contends is the right "
women e-Summer Session published Tuesday of the individual to privacy and "Pun" P
The trial, which began June 16, has been described by court through Saturday morning. Subscrip- the need of the government to with con
officials as the longest in California records, tion rates: $5 by carrier, $5 by mail. protect national security. office in

-Associated Press
and guard Tuesday in
ay, heavy fighting was
ent troops and followers

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rIaims
war
Heavy battles
still reported
NEW DELHI, India (R) - The
Pakistani government claim-
:ed yesterday that the army
has won control in its eastern
province Where civil war has
been raging since Thursday.
But reports from the frontier
said heavy fighting was s t i l1
going on.
With both East and West Paki-
stan under a strict censorship
blackout, news of the conflict was
sketchy. Sparse reports that did
get out of Pakistan were sharply
conflicting.
The official Pakistan radio net-
work said Shiek Mujibur Rahman,
leader of the outlawed Awami
League, who had been spearhead-
ing the rebellion was under ar-
rest.
"The army is in full con-
trol of the situation throughout
East Pakistan and life is fact re-
turning to normal," the radio said.
Indian radio monitors, however;
said they heard a clandestine
.broadcast of Shiek Mujib in his
own voice denying his arrest and
reporting he was in the "liberated"
port city of Chittagong.
Reports reaching Indian towns
along the 1,349-mile border with
East Pakistan said heavy fighting
was continuing throughout the
province, with the Pakistan ai r
force bombing Dacca and other
cities to beat Shiek Mujib's follow-
ers, who were reported armed
mainly with spears and daggers.
Bitter rivalry has existed be-
tween East and West Pakistan,
separated by 1,000 miles of Indian
territory ever since Britain estab-
lished the dominion in August
1947.
Shiek Mujik has been campaign-
ing for years for independence for
East Pakistan which his follow-
ers believe has been exploited by
the government of West Pakistan.
Last week Shiek Mujib confer-
red at length with Pakistani Pre-
sident Agha Mohammed Yahya
Khan seeking independence for
East Pakistan's 70 million people.

ontinue
e documents, which ac-
ged the FBI overhearing
g woman charged with
ng to cross state lines to
riot, the government ar-
t much of the intelligence
on domesic groups is
re for pro.-ction of the
security than for crimi-
ecutions.
national security" argu-
being used by the govern-
justify its wiretapping
court permission in the
White Panther Lawrence
Plamondon. He is charged
nspiring to bomb a CIA
Ann Arbor.

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