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DIAL 8-6416
Tonigh at 7-9 p.m.
Vice. And Versa.

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NEWS PHONE: 764-0552'
BUSINESS PHONE:
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Thursday, November 12, 1970 Ann Arbor, Michigan Page Three

Mick Jagger. And Mick Jagger.
perfo rmance.

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The University of Michigan
School of Music and Department of Art
present
PUCCINI'S OPERA
"MADAME BUTTERFLY"
SUNG IN ENGLISH

news briefs
By The Associated Press
THE STATE SUPERINTENDENT of Public Instruction said
yesterday that the State Board of Education should order public
schools to stop providing "shared time" and dual enrollment pro-
grams to nonpublic school students as of Dec. 1S.
Dr. John W. Porter also, recommended that auxiliary services for
nonpublic schools, such as remedial reading and speech correction,
be voided as of Dec. 18, the day the voter-accepted anti-parochiaid
amendment takes effect.
* * *
THE NIXON ADMINISTRATION asked the Supreme Court
yesterday to rule out draft exemptions for men who are con-
scientiously opposed to the Vietnam war, but not to all wars.
The government argued that no matter how sincere or religious
these men may be, a political judgment Is at the heart of their de-
cision.
Later this term, the court will hear the appeals of two men who
contend that their consciences do not permit them to fight in Viet-
nam.
AN UNMANNED SOVIET SPACECRAFT, L u n a 17, was
launched yesterday, apparently to attempt a soft landing on the
moon and return a sample of lunar soil to earth.
Soviet space scientists have said experience gathered from the
Luna series will be used for round-trip flights to Mars and Venus
1 "probably within this decade."

Conductor: Josef Blatt

Stage Direction: Ralph Herbert

MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
NOVEMBER 20-21-23-24 at 8 P.M.

Admission $3.00

BOX OFFICE HOURS: November 16-19-12:30-5 P.M.
November 20, 21, 23, 24-12:30-8 P.M.
Closed Sunday, November 22
TICKET INFORMATION: 764-6118

.. . .............

-Associated Press
GEN. CHARLES DE GAULLE, who died Monday, will be buried
in this cemetery today in Colombey-les-Deux-Eglises, France,

"A
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in
Quality"
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"Spell-
binding"
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"Hypno-
tically
enter-
taining"
-New Yorke,
NOW.
IN
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SUM.

JENNIFER DOHRN, sister of fugitive Weatherman leader next to his daughter's tomb (foreground).
Bernardine Dohrn, delivered a message yesterday from TimothyT
Leary calling on If.S. revolutionaries to "turn on" and keep up JOINS WITH U.S.:
the bombings.
She said she had a taped message from Leary, living in self-
imposed exile in Algeria, saying: "Blow your mind and blow up the F
prisons and controlling systems of the genocidal culture."

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De Gaulle
rites to be
I 1d
held today
PARIS Z-Gen. Charles de
Gaulle will be buried today
after a simple funeral in his
h o m e village of Colombey.
World leaders will gather for
memorial services in Paris'
Notre Dame Cathedral.
Security officials have drawn on
reserves to protect such visitors as
President Nixon and Soviet Presi-
dent Nikolai V. Podgorny.
While church bells toll all over
France the dignitaries will attend
a Requiem Mass at the 600-year-
old cathedral. The service, like
the one in Colombey les Deux Eg-
lises, will be bare of eulogy or the
playing of "Taps." These were the
restrictions, "no bands, no bu-
gles", that De Gaulle set down in
a handwritten directive 18 years
ago.
Later, De Gaulle will be buried
beside his daughter Anne, dead 22
years, and a forgotten farm la-
borer.
F r o m 10,000 to 15,000 police
have been mobilized in Paris, and
hundreds of others in the vicinity
of Colombey. The national rail-
road mustered nine extra trains
from Paris to Colombey.
A Foreign Office list of mourn-
ers at Notre Dame includes more
than 80 chiefs of state, heads of
government and other high offi-
cials.
Originally t he Foreign Office
understood that the Soviet Union
w a s sending Premier Alexe N.
Kosygin, who went to the recent
funeral of Gamal Abdel Nasser.
But Tass omitted Kosygin's name
in listing a Soviet delegation
headed by President Podgorny,
officially the chief of state.
Nixon is bringing Secretary of
State William P. Rogers and ad-
viser Henry A. Kissinger.
The official list of mourners in-
cludes Prince Charles of Britain,
the Shah of Iran, Emperor Haile
Selassie of Ethiopia, Queen Juli-
ana of Holland, King Baudouin
of Belgium and former. Premier
David Ben-Gurion of Israel.
Canada's leader, Pierre Elliott
Trudeau, is remaining in Ottawa.
This recalled to some observers
De Gaulle's cry of "Long live free
Quebec," made during a 1967 visit
to Montreal.
Although De Gaulle recognized
Red China, it alone among all the
major powers sent no major dele-
gation. Peking is represented by
its ambassador to Paris, H u a n
Chen.
The Michigan Daily, edited and mau-
aged by students at the Univeraity of
Michigan. News phone: 764-0552. Second
Class postage paid at Ann Arbor, Mich-
Igan, 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor
Michigan 48104. Published daily Tues-
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through Saturday morning. Subscrip-
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NO AMERICAN combat deaths were reported throughout
Vietnam in the past 24 hours, the fifth time in as many months,
the U.S. Command said yesterday.

on narcotics traffic

The number of Americans killed in action has declined sharply UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (R) -
since January, but total battlefield deaths during the year have aver- France said yesterday it is crack-
aged slightly more than 12 a day. ing down on narcotics traffic and
is working closely with the United
SEN. ERNEST F. HOLLINGS (D-S.C.) says in a book pub- States on this problem.
lished today that President Nixon never has genuinely committed Speaking in the U.N. Economic
himself to programs that would feed all the nation's poor, despite and Social Council, Ambassador
his speeches on the hunger problem, Jacques Kosciusko - Morizet de-
Hollings says Nixon has listened too often to top White House clared that special narcotics po-
advisers who oppose spending large sums of money on feeding pro- lice have been augmented consid-
grams. erably and steps are being taken
N.Y. county bans detergent sale

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at State & Liberty Sts.

RIVERHEAD, N.Y. WA) - Be-
ginning March 1 it will be ille-
gal to sell almost all detergents
in eastern Long Island's Suf-
folk County. Indications are
that both industry and house-
wives will observe the law.
While there will be nothing
to prevent a housewife from
crossing the county line a n d
purchasing a box of detergent,
many Suffolk County residents
applaud the ban, passed unan-
imously by the Suffolk County
Legislature Tuesday.
The residents have been told
that the physical makeup of the
county, which has practically no
sewers, dictates some anti-pol-
lution measure.
In the past 10 years, with

many potato farms turned into
suburban developments, t h e
county population has jumped
from 660,000 to 1.1 million. All
water , comes from wells, and
whatever flows from the home
into the septic tank or cesspool
quickly seeps into the water ta-
ble. and ultimately into the
wells.
Most impurities filter out
along the way, local authorities
say, but detergents do not, and
they make the well water cloudy
and sometimes even foamy. To
counter this they passed the
law, which carries a maximum
penalty of 15 days in jail and
a $250 fine.
The law bans sale of any de-
tergent containing alky-benzene

sulphonates or alcohol sul-
phates, but makes no reference
to phosphates, such as are found
in the new enzyme products.
The law, however, does not ap-
ply to detergents in toothpaste,
dishwasher compounds a n d
shampoo.
Industry spokesmen say the
housewives of Suffolk County
are being needlessly inconven-
ienced by the law. They say it
treats only a symptom and not
the cause, the lack of sewersnto
carry off the wastes, including
the detergents.
While the county is current-
ly almost without sewers, vot-
ers in the towns of Babylon and
Islip have approved a 10-year,
$275-million program to install
them.

to stiffen punishment for inter-
national drug traffickers.
The flow of drugs, especially
heroin, from illicit processing
plants - in southern France has'
long been a problem for U.S. en-
forcement agencies. A substantial
part of the heroin reaching the
United States illegally is said to
come from France.
Kosciusko-Morizet said, "France
cannot remain indifferent to the
international traffic which, in
part, crosses her territory."
"We have* therefore committed
ourselves to participate on the
international level, in the fight
against drug trafficking, especial-
ly by strengthening cooperation
between the various authorities
responsible for international nar-
cotics control," he said.
"On a bilateral basis with the
United States, we have set upI
complete cooperation," he said.
"We are ready to extend it on a
multilateral basis. These efforts
have to be integrated into the in-
ternational effort which is being
conducted by the United Nations
and in which we mean to partici-
pate unreservedly."
Kosciusko-Morizet pointed to
two recent cases as concrete exam-
ples of results being achieved
through U.S.-French cooperation.
One, he said, was the seizure in
France last August of an aircraft
carrying 600 pounds of pure heroin
to the United States.

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CINEMA II

"THE RED

AND
THE WHITE"
(1966
directed by MIKLOS JANSCO

Hungary's foremost young director presents
a brutal, realistic portrait of the Russian
Revolution.
Fri da and Cairrdav N n I I

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