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NO APPARENT PROGRESS:

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, January 10, 1973

B-52's continue raids while
Kissinger, Tho talk in Paris

'Missing people alive,
Uganda govt. claims

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The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-

By Reuters and UP! the North Vietnamese.
Henry Kissinger and Le Duc Radio Hanoi, monitored in Sai-
Tho met in Paris again yesterday gon, accused the United States
as American B-$2s continued of planning "new military adven-
massive .air strikes at targets tures." The Communist radio
in the North Vietnarnese pan- cited American reconnaissance
handle and the Central High- flights over Hanoi and Haiphong
lands of South Vietnam. as evidence.
Kissinger and Tho talked for Also in Saigon, an American
six hours in the ssame atmo- military source said U.S. jets
sphere of public coldness that have authorization to bomb
characterized the opening of North Vietnamese antiaircraft
their 23rd round of negotiations sites north of the 20th parallel
on Monday. if U.S. bombers come under at-
There were no handshakes and tack operating south of the 20th
few smiles and at no time did parallel.
the two sides appear together The source said this was only a
yesterday. The Americans, hosts continuation of the old "protec-
for yesterday's session, did not tive reaction strike" policy in
publicly greet or bid farewell to effect when bombing of North
Tey'e shaking cause
bby, it's coldoutside

Vietnam was suspended between
1968 and last spring.
Yesterday's talks started at 10
a.m. at the villa of an American
millionaire industrialist at Saint-
Nom-la-Breteche, situated on a
golf course outside Paris. The
session ended at 4 p.m.
Meanwhile American B-52
bombers carried out their heavi-
est raids for six months against
a build-up of communist forces
near the Central Highlands city
of Kontum, -dropping well over
1.000 tons of bombs on North
Vietnamese troops and their sup-
plies yesterday.
The build-up increased fears
here that the city, which already
has survived one siege, may be
the target of a new communist
offensive designed to coincide
with the Paris peace talks.
A U.S. military spokesman said
that in the past 24 hours ending
at 8:00 a. m. yesterday some 50
B-52s and 40 fighter-bombers at-
tacked in a 10 mile radius of
Kontum.
The U.S. bombing of North
Vietnam continued with 13 B-52
missions from Guam and Thai-
land and 128 attacks by fighter
bombers from Thailand and air-1
craft carriers in the Gulf of
Tonkin.
The targets were supply depots
in the North Vietnamese pan-
handle which have been sub-{
jected to daily attacks since the
first of the year when President
Nixon ordered the 'bombing limit
at the 20th parallel some 70 miles
south of Hanoi.

KAMPALA, Uganda (REUTERS) country1" sity of Michigan. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN FORM to
- The Uganda government yester- As a result, all political detainees 409 E. Jefferson, before 2 p.m. of
day issued a statement listing 85 held by the previous regime of ex- the day preceding publication and
prominent citizens who have been president Milton Obote had been by 2 p.m. Friday for Saturday and
Sunday. Items appear once only.
reported missing here in the two released. Student organization notices are
years sincewPresident Idi Amin The statement went on: "Obote's notaccepted for publication. For
came to power. group resorted to another tactic, more information, phone 764-9270.
It said publication of the list the kidnapping of some prominent WEDNEsDAY, JANUARY 10
was intended to show the country citizens of this country with a view DAY CALENDAR
how the enemies of the govern- to creating discontent and con-
ment have tried to discredit it "by fusion in the country. Physics Colloquium: V. Weisskopf,
making people disappear or ac- !MIT, "The Qualitative Physics ofs
cusing the government falsely that a"Sme of the agents of Obote ! Atoms, Muntains, and stars," P&A
pepehave disappeared while they and other imperialists and zionists ClOR. m
peoplevey went to the extent of murdering Industrial & Operations Engineering
are alive."Seminar: E. Cinlar, Northwestern Univ.,
some prominent Ugandans so that "Additive Processes in Random En-
The list included 17 former poli- the blame could be put on the gov- vironments," 229 w. Engin. Bldg., 4
ticians, 12 police officers, f o u r erment." pm.
prison officers and some army of-. Psych. 171 Film Series: "John: sev-
ficers, civil servants and civilians. The statement also claimed that enteen Months," UGLI Multipurpose
The statement said six were in Obote's agents persuaded several
fact alive and well and living in prominent citizens to leave Uganda
Uganda, 38 were living in neighbor- so that their disappearance could The Michigan Daily, edited and man-
gvr-aged by students at the University of
ing countries or abroad, three were be bamed on the Amin govern- iean. News phone: 764-0562. Second
killed in September's guerrilla in- ment. The statement said that sev- Class postage paid at Ann Arbor, Mich-
vainfo azna n h aeeral of these persons have been igan 420 Maynard Street, Ann Arbor,
asMichigan 48104. Published dailymudt-
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1973. Check with this office for details.
Grad degree in econ., finance, inter-
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of the remaining 38 was not known.
The statement claimed that when
President Amin came to power in
January, he had decided that
"There would be no question of
political detainees anywhere in the

.cca ea in nen o oring count es.
Among the 17 politicians included!
in the list are 11 former ministers
and deputy ministers, two of whom
were said to be currently living
in Uganda.

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1y The Asbclated Press
There was snow in Nevada and
ice in Georgia. New Yorkers shiv-
ered and California citrus growers
worried about frost, as wide sec-
tions of the nation reported cold
weather and resulting power prob-
lems.
The bitter cold stormed across
the states breaking record lows and
causing problems along the w'ay.
Some 150,000 customers were
without electric service in Atlanta,
Georgia. The state climatologist
Horace Carter said there have
been only 33 ice storms in the state
since 1893 and only 16 of those
were classified as major like the
current one.
The area around Norfolk and:
Virgina(leach in Virginia dug out
frmo an 8.inch snowfall-heaviest!
since 1958-while Nevada, Okla-
homa and New Mexico faced new
storms.
Snow spread ,as far south as;
Las Vegas and more than five
inches piled up In Reno as a major
system moved across Nevada.
SIow and ice plastered New Mex-
ico and Oklahoma, clogging roads
and forcing some schools to close.
Temperatures plunged into the
zero range throughout the central
plains and set record lows.
Overnight temperatures in Texas
were near zero in the Panhandle
and the northwest third of the
state was covered with ice and
snow..
Hardware stores and firewood
suppliers reported a booming busi-
ness.
"Business is real good," said a
firewood merchant. "The telephone,
just rings constantly."
"We h'd one of our biggest days
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in many years," said a hardware
dealer. "We had a pretty much
sellout on such things as fuel,
camp stoves, fuel cans, oil lamps."
Even in the emergency there
were those to lend a helping hand.
Emmett Godfrey of Marietta, an
employ of Lockheed-Georgia, had
been cutting, splitting and stack-
ing firewood all fall. During the
storm he gave away wood, gomg
out in wet and cold to help load
pickup trucks.
"People are cold and I wouldn't
feel right selling it," he said.

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UMFS presents
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JAN. 26
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Jan. 10 & 11

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9:30 p.m.

"Luther's playing
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Jimi Hendrix and
B.B. King ... the
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Photo Credit: DOUG FULTON
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Reserved seats 4.50, 3.50, 2.50 now on sale
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the RINGO KID (hoo-ray!--John Wayne) who shelters them through attacks, problems, and personal
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