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I HEL MICHIGAN DAILY

,zunday, December 9, 1y t:

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SRwound trip air transporation.;from.. Wt'ita<indso:;:r t
*Round trip atransrtteenarortWandsotel
including tips for baggage handling
40 Free cocktail party
" 50% discount on green fees at Paradise
Island Golf Course
" Golden Bird Beach Bag
* Golden Bird Discount Bonus Book

STUDENT NIGHT
MONDAY
Bring Student I.D. and get in FREE
DISCOUNTS ON PITCHERS OF BEER
341 S. MAIN-ANN ARBOR

Tensions in Europe
(Continued from Page 1) tente with Eastern Euirope.
the nine Common Market nations. But his apparent preference for
Reuters correspondents reported resting this balance on the triangle
from community countries as fol- of the United States, Soviet Union
lows: and China is disliked in Bonn.
FRANCE, ONCE characterized
by her lofty independence, has HIS ATLANTIC charter propo-
swung hard behind the idea of sals in April were greeted at first
greater political coordination and" with incredulity in Bonn where
a move toward defense coopera-! one prominent member of Brandt's
tion in reaction to recent U.S. party called them "a monstrosity."
policy.Bonn later took a more friendly
At the same time she insists as attitude to the idea. But the :Middle
strongly as anybody else on the.a East war, when the U.S. put its
need for U.S. troops to remain in25,0trosiWetGmayn
Euroe.ietPmios oen action alert without informing the
PresdentPomidou' goern B r ajn d t government, sharpened
ment could say that U.S. disregard Bonn's dislike at feeling left out
for Western Europe over the Mid-, and uninformed.
die East only proved the tradi-
tional Gaullist thesis of the need Indeed, it was the disregard of
for countries to look after them- Western Europe by Kissinger dur-
selves and to keep clear of re-! ing the Middle East conflict that
liance on the superpowers. persuaded Brandt to support Porn-
IN WVEST GERMANY, feelings pidous' proposal for the Common
about Kissinger's diplomacy are; Market summit meeting in Copen-
ambivalent.! hagen later this month.
IOn the one hand, his balance-
of-power concept dovetails with WHILE FRANCE and West Ger-
Chancellor Brandt's policy of de- many did not hide their irritation'

Pvc sident
(liSeloses
(Continued fromn Page 1)
New York firm of Coopers &
Lybrand, showed that on Jan. 1,
1969-three weeks before he be-
came president-Nixon was worth
$307, 141.
As of May 31 his net worth was
$938,522 and by now, his account-
ants said, he is a millionaire.
To do this on an annual salary1
of $200,000 plus $50,000 in expenses,
the documents showed the Presi -
dent:
COMPLETED SOME enormous-I
ly successful real estate deals.
-Borrowed heavily .from friends,
but paid them the going interest
rate.I
-Chiefly through a controversial
deduction of $570,000 for donating
his vice presidential papers to the

A Moving Experience in Sound and Light

Spiritual Development
Through
Enlivened Thinking

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alecture and discussion x wssI during the Middle East crisis, Bri- taxes at a rate of 7 per cent of his
Ai tain has been warmer throughout adjusted gross income. He paid
by HAN050 GEBERTyea to Kissiner $72,682.09 for 1969, $792.81 for 1970,
pu105hista Scmng h ag $878.03 for 171 and $4,298.17 for
p 29 Based on double occupancy SUNDAYZ 2 pm.,Dec. /QBOOKrstmastillPte comiintaeglhog.h asbe
___________________________ , Pah!" DAVI D S -PAID NO California state in-
3rd floor Michigan League Henderson Roomo txeI will autograph a resident for voting purposes
sponsored by Anthroposophicl Student Assn. 25/% cheaper i{ his books Friday 14th there since the spring of 1969.
AASC.P09SLSAT 2-4 p.m. at -Entertained frugally and spent
_____________________________ DAVID'S BOOKS little more than half the $200,000
---________ ______________ expense allowance he received
*Round trip air transportation from Toronto .. .. ..-.209..S. ..663-841doficeg thefunspt fu ee nse .e
and Windsor to Acapulco via Transair Boeing 707 663-8441 off*~ 29 . TAE ing. thefisetfourpersine
9 Complimentary in-flight meal and bar servicecaeprolinm.
" 7 nights accommodation at the El Morro Hotel I "lI ~i:I
or El Barracuda Hotel yee n e ( i it'IPH I l ii uiuin
I III II'h II I
* Full breakfast and dinner daily ;:4. 1
" Round trip transfers between airport and htelwtfMICHIGAN UNION BALLROOM : LIVE ENTERTAINMENT ON SUNDAY
including tips for baggage handling
9 Welcome cocktail party lqh h UDY eebr91- ~.. Masquerade
9 Golden Bird Beach Bag 5PEERC'ROLBN
9 Golden Bird Discount Bonus Book " Ilh,1It Artists dslaigandseln their work* A mutzing eXIKrinC II itn nd rrlight
diSrvplsayingdn Brsellingtatve341 S. MAINANARO
* Servces ofGolde Bird epresetativ Open to everyone. No admission charge [----- -- N RO
Base on oubl occpanc TheDecember Art Fair is a convenient and interesting way to do yourWN D
111 Christmas shopping. Come meet and talk with the artists and crafts-
BETH BOWEN men who create the things you buy. And since you are avoiding the
6525 -8458w AnAroMi ~ department stores, prices are lower and vr often ngtal
6685 :Don't hesitate to haggle.c
EVENINGS 7-10 P.M.
SIGN-UPS TILL ~~So-whether you're interested in doing y ou r Christmas shopping orFounegaatsoItuconiEgls
SG -P TILwould just like to learn a thing or two about making candles, batik, :Fo Hneraewai nruioncaeicErmis
JAN. 16th ONLY! ' jewelry, and leatherwork, etc., please drop by. Qindependent study project for interested students
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The store with the yellow door offers aoDOOLANG
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