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Saturday, March 27, 1916

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Saturday, March 27, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Nixon

drank heavily

Hello,

Happenings...

in the end, book says
(Continued from Page 1) The publications reported NIXON reportedly woulds
former presidents." that Nixon's drinking became a for hours in his office a
And Newsweek reported that big problem in the summer of | drink, often alone and som
Gen. Alexander Haig, White 1974 and the Daily News said ; times with his press secreta
House chief of staff, had the Pat Nixon had confided to| Ron Ziegler. The former Prey
president's sleeping pills and someone in the White House dent also sought seclsuion(
tranquilizers taken away after physician's office that she and the presidential yacht Sequo
Nixon hinted at suicide by re- her husband had not had sexual to get away from the "godda
ferring to the general's back- relations for the last 14 years of press' 'and those he consider(
ground, saying: their marriage. his enemies.
"YOU fellows, in your busi- The reports said that Nixon Time reported that Nix
ness, you have a way of hand- became erratic and despondent cried as Secretary of Sta
ling problems like this. Some- and began drinking heavily Henry Kissinger tried to rea
body leaves a pistol in the despite a low tolerance for sure him that his foreign po
drawer. I don't have a pistol." alcohol. cy accomplishments would su
vive the tragedy of Watergate
C * ] Close to the end, Tin
Cty offeringbonds reported, Nixon broke do
and asked Kissinger to join hi
on his knees in the little offi(

(Continued from page 3) The Dawn Patrol - (Law
Julie Christie, Goldie Hawn and School Films, 100 Hutchins Hall,
especially Jack Warden as a 7 & 9:05) - Howard Hawkes'
(Continued from page 3) brutal, thrice-cuckholded indus- first talking film, dealing with
and lovely as Irene Molloy. Paul trialist. Shampoo hits home the grueling but often heroic
Siversten's Vandergelder wasn't beautifully about 90 per cent of: work of a British fighter squad-
sit nearly gruff enough. If Vander- the way, but suddenely and ron in World War I. Awfully
nd gelder is such a nebish, why surprisigly goes soft in the end old, but remains one of the best
e- would anyone be afraid of h:rm? - it's maudlin climax is jar- films about men in war. ***
ry ringly out of kilter with the rest And Now For Something
si- ALICE Crawford's scenery of the film, both artistically and Completely Different - (Ma-
on was, I suppose, the best that philosophically. trix, 7 & 9:30)-See Wednesday
ia can be expected in Musket. It The Treasure of Sierra Madre Cinema.
m moved, with only a little clum- - (Cinema Guild, Arch. Aud., 7 BARS
ed siness, so there's something to & 9:05) - Three down-on-their- Ark -- John Roberts and Tony
be thankful for. The use of luck Americans strike gold in Barrand, folk, 9, $2.50.

YUA FRIEND'S UFE.

slides and a cold, modern white
:on screen instead of a backdrop
te (or even a black curtain) was a
as- serious mistake. That awful'
li- screen threatened to destray all
r- the magic that was conjured up
. in front of it.
ne The same was true of the de-
wn cision not to drop the curtain.
m How can you end a grand oro-'
ce duction number and then force
the audience to watch "ie actors
at clomp off stage? And why wasn't
ot. a ramp used, as in the original
he production? Power is certainly
to big enough and the title song
th cries out for one.ts
is-
I firmly believe that notning

Mexico, with two of them soon
driven to murderous paranoia
toward each other over their
new riches.
The Hustler - (Cinema II, 7
& 9) - A relative rarity: An
immensely popular film that is
also a great film. Robert Ros-
sen's story of a pool shark driv-
en to be the best in his profes-
sion seems to get better with
age, and is one of the small
handful of films to say some-
thing definitive about America
and the way we live.

Bimbo's - Gaslighters, sing-
along ragtime, 6-1:30, 50c aft-
er 8.
Chances Are - Cloudburst,
rock, 8, $2.
Golden Falcon - Melodioso,
jazz, 9:30, $1.
Mr. Flood's Party - Grevious
Angels, country, 9:30, $1.
Heidelberg Rathskeller -
Mustard's Retreat, folk, 9:30,
no cover.
Loma Linda - JB & Com-
pany, 9:30, no cover.

to general public

just off the Oval Office.
"WHAT HAVE I done, wh
has happened?" Nixon was qua
ed as saying as he thumped tf
floor and wept in the climax1
an unusual prayersession wi
Secretary of State Henry Ki
singer.

By RICK SOBLE
Beginning Monday the aver-
age man, and. woman, on the
street will be able to buy city
bonds for the first time ever,;
according to Assistant City Ad-
ministrator Patrick Kenney.
The bonds will be sold over
the counter at the City Treasur-
er's Office in $50 denominations,
Kenney said.
KENNEY explained that the
state, through the Municipal Fi-
nance Commission, granted per-
mission to sell the bonds at 3.85 '
per centtax free interest.
The city normally sells one
large bond to the corporation
submitting the lowest bid on the
interest rate, because the lower{
the interest rate is, the less the
city will have to pay at matur-
ity.
But City Council has been;
pushing for the sale of bonds,
that would be available to every-
one, not merely the large cor-
porations. Kenney says the
March 29 sale will give all citi-;
zens an opportunity to invest in,
their community.
EARLIER in the year, the
National Bank and Trust Co.
purchased a one million dollar
municipal bond at an interest!
rate of 3.8S per cent. Since all
sales must be competitive, the
city is prohibited from row
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offering bonds at a higher rate
of return.
Kenney explained that the
city needs money now because
some revenue allocated for the
present fiscal year, espeCially
state aid, won't actually be re-
ceived until the beginning of the
next fiscal year.
"We always have atcash flow
problem at the end of the year,"~
said Kenney, "because many of
the revenues for the current fis-
cal year won't be received until
June or July."
When the state money does
come in, it will be used to pay
for matured bonds.
ALTHOUGH 3.85 per cent in-
terest rate sounds pretty scimpy,
Kenney is confident that most
of the bonds will be sold.
"Because the interest is tax
free, it is equivalent to five per
cent," said Kenney.
"Also, the bonds are very
safe," he added.
Interest on the bonds will stop
accumulating November 1. They
cannot be redeemed earlier.

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"Kissinger prayed, although'
he often sneered at Nixon be-
hind his back," Time said,
"and sometimes concealed his
loathing only with difficulty
when they were together."
Privately Kissinger referred to

can make a person feel quite
as dandy as a great musical.
Trudge on over to Power this;
weekend and you'll dance your!
way home.

l
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Nixon as "our meatball Presi-
dent," the magazine said
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