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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, July 19. 1974

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In the news this morning
ti nDepartment said yesterday that the gross na-
n tor h a ion al tional product rose at an annual rate of 7.s5
TEL AVIV - Israeli troops crossed the per cent to $1.38 trillion during the quarter
irder last night into southern Lebanon and ending June 30, but an annual inflation rate
ew up three houses used by "Arab terror- of 8.8 per cent sapped those dollars of their
s," the military command said. The homes value The result, after allowance for inflation,
ere in the village of Bustan, about six miles was a real drop of 1.2 per cent.
st of the Mediterranean coast. The Israelis
id they suffered no casualties in the raid. WASHINGTON - Union leaders called for a
ere was no mention of any Arab casualties, nationwide strike vote yesterday after reject-
ing the Bell Telephone System's offer of a
BEIRUT, Lebanon - Egypt and Jordan three-year contract boosting wages and bene-
reed that the Palestine Liberation Organiza- fits by about 30 per cent. Balloting by the 500,-
n was the rightful representative of Pales- 000 members of the Communications Workers
Mans outside Jordan and that it should at- of America is expected to take about two
nd the Geneva peace talks as a separate weeks, during which talks will continue, ac-
rty, the Middle East News Agency said cording to union and company officials. CWA
sterday. It said this was announced in a President Glenn Watts said the company could
nt communique at the end of two days of still come up with an offer that might avert
ks in Cairo between Egyptian President An- a walkout, but doubted that a settlement would
r Sadat and King Russein of Jordon. Hus- be reached before the voting was completed.
n and an accompanying delegation return- Much of the nation's telephone system is
to Amman yesterday. The two leaders automated and computerized, but Watts said
reed that the PLO should attend the Geneva if the strike occurs, service would eventually
ks "at the proper time, as a reaffirmation deteriorate as equipment broke down.
the Palestinian people's right in self-deter- 0

mination," the communique said.
National
WASHINGTON - The government's mea-
sure of the nation's real output of goods and
services dropped for the second consecu-
tive quarter, establishing one of the basic
qualifications for a recession. The Commerce

Weather
Fair weather for the art fair. Today will be
partly couldy with winds from the NW of 8-16
mph only carrying a five per cent chance of
rain. Highs should only be in the mid-80's with
cooler temperatures tonight in the mid-50's.
Tomorrow's weather should be much like to-
day's.

U.S. CONSUMES
PLENTY OF SILVER
Haye a few extra moments WASHINGTON (RP)-More than
150 million ounces of silver are
during the day? Need _ used in the United States each
something to occupy your mind? year.
"Production," says a Depart-
ment of Interior spokesman,
THEN, tuck a copy of "could be increased by the dis-
covery and development of new
~-agaresources, and incressed prices
would encourage development
of large known potential re-
sources in low-grade dissemi-
Crossword Puzzle nated deposits."
T h e photographic industry
alone consumes more silver
under your arm. than the country's annual pro-
duction from mines.
-I-
COSTA-GAVRAS' 1970
CONFESSION
Based on Arthur London's account of his own trial in Prague in 1952
for political crimes. Depicts the dehumanizing process of a system gone
made with a thirst for scapegoats. Yves Montand is superb. Simone
Siunoret. French, Enqlish subtitles.

017 ad 4
are this we' i
lottery numbers. Second
chance numbers are 57 and
130. The winning numbers in
the "Fortune Maker" bonus
drawing are 318 and 758
Around A2
The University Audio-Visual
Education Center is sponsoring
three films on journalism and
politics tonight at.7 p.m. in the
Modern Languages Building Au-
ditorium 3. The free show, open
to the public, will feature . F.
Stone's Weekly, Chisholm: Pur-
suing the Dream, and Foxfire.
Relax this evening witl some
duplicate bridge. Games will be
going on in the Assembly Room
of the Union beginning at 7:30
p.m Everybody is welcome
Rackham Student Government
is presently developing a pro-
gram for securing part-time em-
ployment in the area for grad-
uate students. A person in the
position of employment advo-
cate will co-ordinate the efforts
of potential employers and grad-
uate students to fill jobs. RSG
is presently accenting applica-
tions for the position of advo-
cate for the upcoming s c h o o 1
year. Apnlicants should be fa-
miliar with graduate education
and the Ann Arbor business
community and have some ex-
perience in employment place-
ment. The advocate will receive
a half-time appointment. Anpli-
cations must be filled out in
Room 102 of the Rackham
Building by August 15
DI Official Bulletin
Friday, July 19
nay Calendar
WUoM: Prof. A. M. Quinton. ox-
ford Univ., on "The Pragmatic The-
ory of Knowledge", 9:45 am.
A-V Ctr.: I. F. Stone's weekly,
Aud. 3, MLB, 7 pm.
Mich. Repertory '74: Inge's Picnic,
Power Ctr., 5 pm.
Astronomy: Visitor's Night, S. A.
Shectman, "Into the Realm of Ne-
bulae", Apollo 11; Aud. B, Angell,
8:30 pm.
Career Planning & Placement
3200 SAB, 764-7460
Robert C. Schnitzer Internship in
tre or related arts plus exper. in
Theatre Mgt.: M's degree in Thea-
Theatre Mgt., (Prof. or Acad, re-
quired salary, $7K for 12 mos; ap-
pile. deadline, Aug. 5, 1974; com-
plete info. available at CP&P.
THE MICHGAN DAILY
Volume Lxxxsv, No. 44-
Friday, July 19 1974
is edited and managed by students
at the University of Michigan. News
phone 74-0562. Second lss postge
paid at Ann Arbor. Mihign 48100.
Published doaily Tuesday through
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Arbor, Michigan 48104. Subscription
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local mail (other states and foreign).

TV
tonight
6:00 2 4 7 11 12 News
9 Andy GrIfnth
20 Leave It Ta nesys
24 AC News-.SmWsm -
Reasoner
30 Hodepodge Lode
S0 Avengers
56 Antiques
57 Sesame Street
6:30 2 11 CBS News-
Water CronkIte
4 13 NBC News-
Smith/Reasoner
9 5 Dream of Jeannie
20 anny and the professor
24 Dic Van Dyk
30 Man Builds, Man Destroys
56 Book Beat
7:00 2 Truth or Consequences
4 News
7 TaTell the Truth
s Bevery Hlillihes
01 To Ten the Truth
13 What's My Line?
20 Rifleman
24 Dealer's Choice
30 56 Aviation Weather
50 Untouhables
57 Electric Company
7:30 2 What's My Line?
4.allywood Squares
7 Secrets of the Deep
9 Bewitched--Comedy
1 Wild, Wild World of
Animals
13 Truth or Consequences
20 Movie
"The ig Blockade"
(English, 1942)
24 eozie's Girls
30 Under the Dome
56 The Naturalists-Profile
57 Ohio This Week
8:00 5 2irty Sally
4 13 Sanford and son
7 24 nrady Bnche
9 Pi and Whistle
Ii Eleven at Large
30 56 Washington Week
in Review
50 Melsale's Navy
57 Washington Week in
Review
8:30 211 Good Times
413 Bran Keith
7 24 SbMilioInollar Man
9 Tommy Banks
30 56 57 Wall street Week
50 Merv Griffin
9:00 2 1 Movie
"The Sweet Ride" (1968)
4 13 Movie 1972
9 News
20 Good News
30 57 Masterpiece Theatre
56 Fanfare
9:30 7 24 Odd Couple
9 Sports Scene
20 Seven Hundred Club
10:00 7 24 Toma
9 Ronnie Prophet
50 Perry Mason
56 To Be Announced
10:30 30 Music of the People
57 Aviation Weather
11:00 2 4 7 11 13 24 News
9 CBC News-
Lloyd Robertson
50 Night Gallery
11:30 2 Movie
"The Day the Hot Line Got
Hot." (1969)
4 13 Johnny Carson
7 4 Wide World In Concert
9 News
11 Movie
"A Swingin' Summier" 1965
20 Right On
50 Movie
"Her Twelve Men" 1954
12:00 9 Movie
"Theatre of Death."
(English, 1967)
1:00 4 13 Midnight Special
7 Don Kirshner's Rock
Concert
1:10 11 News
1:30 2 Movie
"Folow the Leader." (1944)
2:30 4 7 13 News
3:00 2 What's My Line?
3:30 2 News

THE SUMMER REPERTORY THEATRE presents:
georg buchner's
WQYZECK
July 18, 19, 20, & 27
$1.25 donation EAST QUAD AUD.
* limited seating 8:00 p.m.
Call 763-1 172 Mon.-Fri. 5-7 p.m. for in-
formation, ticket reservations, group rates.
-ANN ARBOR'S ALTERNATIVE THEATRE-
PLUS: Jean Genet's THE MAIDS-Sunday, July 21 & 28

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