Friday, November 7, 1975
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WASHINGTON (Reuter) - A super secret government
intelligence agency read and analysed about 150,000 private
international cables and telegrams every month for a period ~
of 30 years, Senate investigators revealed yesterday.
Thousands of these messages were turned over to other
U.S. intelligence agencies by the National Security Agency
(NSA), the Senate Intelligence Committee said. .
According to a special report by the committee, the NSA
persuaded. Three U.S. international telegraph companies-RCA
Global, ITT World Communications and Western Union Inter-
national telegrams originating or passing through the United -
The committee reported that the companies' offices in
Washington, San Francisco, Miami and New York participated
in the surveillance program.
C About 90 per cent of the mes-
0 1 1sages read and analysed ' b th
G ~ ll!NSA came from New York, the x
committee said. - -
Or e The project, given the code
name Shamrock, grew out of
W.W II censorship and was term-
~) the committee renort said.
"UNTIL THE CURRENT con-
troversy arose, only a handful
~branch over the last 30 years Co-stars of the Movie "The Sunshine Boys," WV ater Matthau, left, and George Burns, arrive
OR~e were apnarently aware of the at Newv York's Radio City Music Hall Wednes day night for the premiere of the film.
Shamrock operation," the report -- ...-.-.
WASHINGTON (P) - The It said that Dr. Louis Tordel- C
House yesterday passed a bil rea, aormer NSA Dteputy tDie-O nR i & TR
watch out for consumer inter- that as far as he knew, no tr ru i g my derin
ests in private business and the president since Harry Truman. fj fure aled r
federal government. .had been informed of the clan-
The vote was a narrow 208 The committee's report mndi-
to 199, nalmost assidng that acates, for, the first time, that NEW DELHI, India (.P) - A argue the appeal of her June considering election disputes in-
would e uphed.gra nd goae ed he pre- long-awaited verdict affecting 12 conviction of misusing gov- volving prime ministers.
cel e ed-ga nt tetioy bond ths drer Prime Minister Indira Gandhi's ernment officials in her suc- ITAS st eietevl
THE HOUSE BILL now goes entstm y ftsdrtrpolitical future will be handed cessful 1971 campaign to parlia- .dt of leti on dlawd aenda-
to a conference with the Sen- Lieutenant General Lew Allen. down by India's supreme court ment. mdt whic iefectio a dmeree
ate to resolve differences be- IN AN APPEARANCE before today, court officials said. The conviction carried a man- thats th o ffense Gadirwas
tween their two versions of the the Senate Committee a few The supreme court is to rule datory ban on Gandhi's holding convithed offe no longer vas-
controversial consumer legisla- weeksdagotGeneral Allen had on the legality of retroactive elective office for six years, latons.e r n oge i-
tion. tesifed that hiesaagency moni legislation passed by parliament but the supreme court stayed
The egilaton oul esab-tored the movreas,5 c mnia to erase Gandhi's conviction of the penalty pending the out- Parliament, which Gandhi's
Thea leislation woldegsta- tions ofd more than 1,50 Amen- corrupt electioneering prac- come of the appeal. Congress party controls with a
liry agneneny t, r nregat chains admre tan s 5x0y00 for- tices. The court is due to rule on two-thirds majority, passed the
t0smr nohr eealae-vlac prgam AsEuITrnG-dis a a constitutional amendment de- two pieces of legislation in Au-
cy proceedings and before the iBut he stressed that the indi- vor would free her from legal clrion null anGodands retroac-|prest courwas teorae upher-
courts. viduals whose calls were moni- entanglements threatening her tinel barngd h oudrtromapeal.utwa otkeu e
The agency would receive tored were on a secret watch continuance in office. A judg- -ieybrigtecut -rom - appea-
consumer complaints, direct list given to NSA by the Cen- ment ,against her would force
them to appropriate federal de- tral Intelligence Agency and her lawyers, without benefit of
partments and follow up on ac- other U.S. intelligence groups. the retroactive leiltin o
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"...they take the chance of seeing the world fresh and
with their own eves . . . The sketches are polished and
expertly woven together . . . The liberating laughte'
they create is one of the great socially redeeming virtues."
-Dick Brukenfeld, THE VILLAGE VOICE.
"The show is a masterwork of indelicacy . . . They sing
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THE NEW YORK POST
RESERVED SEATS $3.50
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SMOKING AND BEVERAGES PROHIBITED
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Professional Thetre Program
LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT
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2. Married students may send applications together.
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-Monday, November 10, 1975. Mail to: Usher Long Day's
Journey, Mendelssohn Theatre, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 48104.
4. Include a stamped, self-addressed envelope.
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1975
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The Pretzel Dell
TONIGHT--Friday, Nov. 7
MONTY PYTHON'S FLYING CIRCUS in
AND NOW FOR SOMETHING
(Ian MacNaughton, 1972)
In the tradition of THE GOON SHOW, "Monty Python's Flying Circus" is an English
comedy at its outrageous best, and the first full-length film based on it is no less
hilarious. At least one American critic called it ''the most inventive, hilarious, brilliant
comedy since 'The Producers. "
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Visiting the Pretzel Bell is more than
fine dining, it is a glimpse into the rich
heritage of a University and its town.
Opened in 1934, the Pretzel Bell inherited
an already well established legacy from
the long gone "male only" college pubs
in Ann Arbor. Long before University
organized athletics, the boys would meet
on Saturdays for a game of football and
then relax at "Joe's," the "Orient," or
"HustonthBros. dTheir pictures, too e
ored photos adorning the "P. Bell's"
After suffering fire damage in 1969,
the Pretzel Bell was painstakingly re-
stored to its original form. The tin
eeiling is there, and suspended from it,
sixty-five leaded g 1 a s s lamp shades
Thed their glow onto the carved table-
tops below. Original tabletops from the
"Orient," now deeply and indelibly en-
graved with the -initials, the emblems
and the passions of guests of the Pretzel
3e11, best depict the atmosphere and
the philosophy of the "Bell" today.
The Pretzel Bell's continuing popular-
itv stemns from their nhilosonhv of ara-
relaxation and simplicity have become
:he focus of the Pretzel Bell, and their
menu reflects that focus.
Lunches at the "P. Bell" are cafeterial
style for speediness, but the food-toasty
sandwiches and hot, hearty soups-up-
hold the distinguished Pretzel Bell repu-
tation. Luncheon prices are no higher
than at comparable restaurants on cam-
The dinner in e n u offers everything
from soup and a meaty sandwich to five
course dinners. Selections are simple
favorites prepared to perfection. Five
different steaks are offered to accom-
modate any~ taste; Alaskan King Crab
Legs, IR o a s t Beef au jus, Barbequed
Spareribs, Chicken w i t h mushrooms,
Italian Spaghetti, French Fried Shrimp,
and the Seafood "C a t c h of the Day"
round off the specialties of the house.
Salads are large, as are helpings of
vegetables; it's virtually impossible to
leave the Pretzel Bell less than full.
Cocktais and after dinner drinks are
available at reasonable prices; many
different beers, both light and dark, are