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Saturday, June 10, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Saturday, June 10, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Po~je N~rte

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conspiracy presents
John
Fahey
in concert with Ed H
Virginia 1(
-Chicago singer-so
Saturday, June 17 1

Kissinger
1 ln
with Japar
TOKYO (P) - Henry Kis
Japan after two postponement
anese leaders today in hope of
in relations between the Unite
ally.
The wide-roving presiden
nese leaders on, among other
S. foreign policy signaled by
trips to China and the Soviet,
The Japanese are particularly
interested in an explanation of
why Nixon reversed long-stand-
ing U.S. policy on China and de-
cided on the trip to Peking
without consulting his allies in
Tokyo.
Another irritant in U.S.-Japan
relations likely to come up in
the three-day visit is trade. U.S.
policies to strengthen the dol-
lar and the Peking visit a r e
known in the Japanese press as
the "Nixon shocks," and they
have strained the close ties be-
tween Washington and Tokyo.
Kissinger's plans include talks
with Prime Minister Eisaku
Sato. Japanese newspapers re-
ported yesterday that Sate, 71,
is suggesting he will retire
The Japanese press also re-
ported that Kissinger will de-
liver to the Japanese govern-
ment a letter from Nixon invit-
ing Emperor Hirohito to visit the
United States next year.

to Coilfer
's leaders
singer, finally making it to
s, is starting talks with Jap-
mending some broken fences
d States and its major Asian
tial envoy will brief Japa-
matters, the evolution of U.
President Nixon's summit
Union.

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Violence hits
N. Ireland
BELFAST (AP) - Two men died
yesterday in snowballing violence
that has claimed five lives in
less than 24 hours throughout
Northern Ireland.
One member of the U l s t e r
Defense Regiment succumbed to
wounds received in an ambush
Tuesday. Another man, a civilian
worker, was shot dead in a car
with two women that was stop-
ped by a youth and his female
companion.
The killings brought the death
toll in Northern Ireland to 362
since trouble broke out t h r e e
years ago.
Terrorists also shot a police-
man from a passing car in Lon-
donderry as he walked to work.
He was reported in satisfactory
condition following an operation.
Terrorist bombings wrecked
Belfast's Everton Bar and Eur-
opa Hotel in Belfast, but no
major injuries were reported.
Meanwhile, in Lurgan, scene
of bitter fighting between Rom-
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jeering Protestant crowds spat
upon British administrator Wil-
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