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BUISINESS rHONE:
761-4-05

Wednesday, August 2, 1972 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN News Phone: 764-055)

Local chess unchec,

Ulster quiet as
Iced-siege continues
BELFAST (/)-A sullen iseace dh'cended ysterdscay onNoirth-
ciin Ireland as BiishPtroopss smazshed tl1asi:barsricades singing
gersilla liongholds and seicd hgsoto'-es ofsins. British ad-
mnisiliabs Williams Whiteloswinnved to patclhtigiethiei aiiesw
political initialise.
The anon said she bloodstained provinice had its quietest day
foi months asthi Isrisis NRepublicain Airmy kept-ut of01sight follow-
ing thetiihtairy inv asian of their main eclcaves ini Belfast and
LosndosndesrisMonidais
Witsselaws shlips>offotiiigcii ieaie betnt heci iiNoth'sifeud-
ing 'Pirotestant imajoirits aiid RotniiCathiolicsiitysiii eriiiboost
ied by aii annouiicemient IiroinPimiieiMissistesrJick Lsynch o0flt
Iirishs iepublic backiingthienoslitaiiysswep "iirusided iit55aves livs."
Lyuch speaking aflsei aiiiemergieniciysCabiiii ieiinin i
Dublin In studsyIlse nesssitua-
tionsin the ioilont srgd imi * -useu
dials talks "so atchiise a poli il t
cal siolutions
Lychalso piramissedi Iis gon.-,
1NY GAINtR ernmoent swnuld cratk dosiw L ee ti ns
syes rated at Ihaid ass IRA mess opieraisg ili
ass Wi ass legally in she repsiblic.SAIiSTi icPi
iiiisis aise]pole ini tsi sisrihiasrt Ccriststts aslw s .ltestay yes-
beesi fllw- sikanid liiiedi tfbosmbinsg asnd slt tvo isitei the
fioi 550ry1 shoing'asid the bomsbes s t Iltise rn s aa'ti ci-pro er cnitiss-
a ii 5 fouisdci must hi elimsisnated flintsthi scsi it sisenrlas ioithast swould
is in Mars poltngr' the catmsspherTi.sso's ta thoingbor'ze surpose of
scioo dircirs(iri n
aIsis ondnerweesh ice, a 's 1(isuis ende lutheA'S Ti- i tots' osiiittierea-
51 P13 sMilitarsixdoinsationsof the Bog - ss s sdi
-<iI0 cassisQs1"1,utgis itssio t his'amsesid-
sieansdCsreggasnfathsolices-i
a : ti-i t2; cletsussapsiu swsith pnesuma- iiit :ivtlil i'- 'fos shave
tcdirills asid pickaxes totsr espesii ssisaeta
siose, env5oys dowss thc last guerrilla barni- year' Housea'tson could conic
reports lions cades watched by riesntftil IRA sousietissisthis iseek alit is mosre
re bck to 5iftheesslikely nest w etk
d a bioken Ro-issisi" sobs of youths A i aieiseIi ue
rtinig bit and l-iidcitis blnck somne strieets with Cosittlee'cosipnedc action ass a
ita that lnok hasrsinersora busrned-oat autos but bill proposed by Psesident Nixon
mula fot a teainsy quickly' desmolfished is-ich oud lre cn tefederal
p1'ayerss assass, loss'swith bulldozes sand at- cotirts fsrosmiisss in s'nysea-hiss-
n ~ ~ ~ ~ n orer feuuntosOl05cti inexcsIJuly 1.
i most chiasr- Troops fiirci subbes bullets ast 'Thecbitl is iutended to freeze
isorriedc lsoos tie ynsithsasid isorsedciabuse st hbsinss'- siitsationuntil Coo-
sisered coassthesisbhrBogsids' Messhas susie to lass ocriusas-
sit flu ite asid Cre""o reisde'nts, sotleislasioii fisingsthasrplisi-
of ae7 Aisstcis ts i theloa its to the amiossn' of hsisioo- she
art-sihad a si-- iniithes aindosw as ~cisc iiii
re-adinig"No Bitsish Sioldsies fle Ruiles COsris otsrrsictioss
servid litris"iwas a disapopoitmnit to rise atd-
ThetBristish asrisiscomssmansder iisr at iswiscihsants t Is
ini thi' north, Ges'.Sir Harrs' iseeze ena~ctcci Wills tisoe run-
Tuzo, watched the lasi barn-_ ning out on slits session of Con-
5 cacie come dow-s outside the gress there is coosiderable doubt
'IRA's fornmer Londonderry any permoanentn restrictiosson
headquarters. Chilcirenss toned t-se casirts cass get through both
a t Itsis jeep as lie left.the Hasse and Seoate ibis year.
Bclfast, where ass IRA bombsh 'here is cress sore dout
blitz killted nine persosis last about thei success of a constitus-
son of Haiphongt mnthi and provoked the army tiossal amencsdsent'ou stlawing bus-
invasioso of the guerrilla cita- ing. It requires a tswo-thirds ma-
xaven vtethe delis- as also quiet. The only jority 5o pass a constitutional25a
by 6i4 to 25as -
Sen. Mark Hat_- military casualty in one of the amrendmssent, and civil rights
d have ended lisi few incidesots was a jeep dri- leaders predict flatly that it sill
ver hil by a brick. nat paas the Senate.

I

$1i BILLI(ON ( LzT RE-F( 2TED:
Senate defeats iia cpniGovern_

WASHINGTON (A') -- S e n .
George McGovern's presidential
camapaign proposal for broad
cots in future defense spending
was defeated 59 to 33 in a Sen-
ate vole yesterday.
Opponents assailed the Sooth
Dakotan's amendment to cut the
Pentagon budget authorization
by $4 billion so $77.1 billion as a
'-meat ax' approach to national
secusrity.
McGovern's amendmnent would
have placed a ceiling on t Is e
Pentagon bodget. leaving t he
services to set their os-n priori-
lies inside the top figure. Simil-
ar approaches ihave failed to pass
in the pa-st.
The Senator's measure attract-
ed votes of on ly one Republican
and 32 of 51 of the Democrats
present.
The amsendmaent wa- attached
to the $20.5 billion Pentagon pro-
curement authorization bill --
one phase of the combined de-
tense budget. The bill was also
the vehicle for a series of end-
Pie-war amendment votes sched-
uled for yesterday.
A campaign position paper of
McGovern's calls for reducing
the Pentagon budget by a third,
making his move yesterday a
comparatively modest one. He
.would divert the money to social
rograins.
In a half-hour speech, McGov-
ern -aid, "the most serious na-

tional as'curity questions" in-
volve health; - afety and schools.
not defense.
There is msoney in the Penta-
gon budgtet to '"unders-rite as
tosunding bureauc'ratic incoms-
petence" that has led in recent
years to overruns of $20.7 billion
in 77 weapons progranos.
'These are finds far a gal-
loping nesw race in strategic
arsms" McGovern continued.
'when the United Stales h as
enough nuclear warheads to i-e-
duce Russian and Chinese tar-
gets to ashes 205 tisies over."
The Indochisna war is the real
source of inflation, lie said, add-
ing "there is no need to send
the young men off to ear so
that their pa-ents msay save a.
job.'"
Sen. Jolin Stensits. (0-Miss.),
the hill's ianager and chsairman
of the Armed Services Campusi-
lee, said such programs- as hund-
ing for the Trident submoarnse
were vital to keep the nation sr-
core while arms negotiafsous
contissue with Moscow.
"In the meantime, we have ao
be prepared" Stennis said, "you
don't get any dissent from peo-
ple on that point."
Much of the Pentagon lncr'aa,-
es in spending will go for sian-
power and civilian employes,
Stennis said. The "bill" for the
North Vietnamese offensive also
must be paid, he said, noluding

one' for the sins
Has-bar.
After the Mct
Senate defeated
amnendmcent of
field which wools
draft Dec. 31.

Hey, get off my nose
'rhis- baby -alligator is momentarily stunned by the surprise landing of a butterfly on its- nose.
This gator, along with prize South Vietnamese snfakes, is part uf the collection of famed herhatolo-
gist Jeremy Jarobs.

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