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June 11, 1971 - Image 7

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Frday Jue1,17

TE MIHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Fridy, Jne 1, 171 TE MCHIGN DALY age eve

By The Associated Press
THE SENATE yesterday began its week-long debate on the
McGovern-Hatfield amendment to the draft law which would
cut off funds for U.S. operations in Indochina by Dec. 31.
Sen. Mark Hatfield (R-Ore.) said fixing a firm date for U.S.
withdrawal is "the only way to enable successful negotiations,
particularly on the prisoner of war issue."
He noted that the amendment guarantees that "the with-
drawal of our troops would not be implemented without the
certain knowledge that all our prisoners of war would be returned
to us by the time that withdrawal was completed."
AN ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN to be used in the U.S.
and possibly abroad is being prepared with White House sup-
port to try to persuade North Vietnam to open its prisoner of
war camps to inspection.
i The campaign, undertaken through the nonprofit Advertis-
ing Council, is being developed by SSC&B, Inc., a New York-
based advertising agency. Some advertising agency heads, howeyer,
have opposed the plan as "political."
The North Vietnamese and Viet Cong delegations in Paris
reiterated their positions yesterday saying discussions on the
release of U.S. prisoners would not be held until the U.S. sets
a "reasonable" deadline for the total withdrawal of its forces
from South Vietnam.
CUBA ANNOUNCED yesterday it would not appeal recent
six-month jail sentences imposed by the U.S. government on
four Cuban fishermen and said it had three private American
vessels in custody and would try at least five of their 13 crew-
men.
U.S. District Court Judge William Mehretens sentenced the
four Cubans Wednesday to six-month jail terms and fines of
$10,000 for fishing in U.S. territorial waters.
The captured American boats were a one-man canoe, a 58-
foot yacht carrying four people and a tugboat with a crew of eight,
according to Havana radio.
CHILEAN COMMUNIST AND SOCIALIST parties charged
yesterday that the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency engineered
the Tuesday assassination of former Chilean vice president Ed-
mundo Perez Zujovic.
Police said the assassination was carried out by an ultra-left
group called the Organized Vanguard of the People. The Christian
Democrats, the biggest opposition party in Chile, and the right-
wing National party charged that Allende's toleration of armed
leftist groups led to Zujovic's murder.
In Washington, a CIA spokesman described the allegations as
"nonsense."
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Recycling
The Arborland Recycling center
asks that people not bring glass
to be recycled on weekends when
the center is not open, since there
has been a serious problem lately
with glass piling up, breaking and
littering the parking lot there. The
center at Arborland is open Sun-
day through Thursday 10 a.m. to
5:30 p.m.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 11
Day Calendar
Spring Film Festival: "The Thomas
Crown Affair," Aud. A, Angel Hall, 7,
9, 11 p.M.
TV & Air Conditioner
RENTALS
Hi Fi Studio
11 W. Washington
NO 8-7942

Center for South and Southeast Asian Studies
PRESENTS A LECTURE
The Prospect of Revolution in
the Phillipines
by PAUL DE GUZMAN, professor at the College of
Public Administration, University of the Phillipines
Lane Hall Room 200
Monday, June 14, 4 p.m.
ACADEMY AWARD WINNER
A story of love. Filmed by David Lean
METROCOLOR
and SLFER PANAVSO4N
lidu
BEST
SUPPORTING
BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
NOW EXCLUSIVE
ENGAGEMENT AT
DOORS OPEN 2 P.M.-SHOWS AT 2:30, 5:35, 8:45

ASIANS UNITE *
Come together with other
Asians and Asian-Americans
WE'RE MEETING ON
Friday, June 11th, 1:30 -11 p.m.
Room 3524 Student Activities Bldg.
For more info phone: 769-0085
Ann Arbor Asian Political Alliance

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* At State & Liberty *

TM K
RATED 3RD WEEK!
OPEN 1 :15 P.M.
SHOWS AT
:30-4 P.M.-6:30
& 9 P.M.
130 minutes of
excitement!
96 of the most critical
hours in history!
Suspense to last
a lifetime!
AROBER E PRODUCTION
MANDROIEDA $1RAIN-.

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Remember Howdy, Buffalo Bob, Clarabell, Dilly-Dally,
mean old Mr. Bluster and the others? You can see them all in actual
kinescopes of your favorite shows as they were back then.
Buffalo Bob will be right there on stage next to the Peanut Gallery to
help take you back to your school days. There's fun and
excitement live and on film for all you bigger boys and girls.
Get your tickets now.
ORCHESTRA HALL WOODWARD & PARSONS STS. JUNE 11&12, 8:30PM
TICKETS AT FORD AUDITORIUM, HUDSON'S AND GRINNELL'S $3.50 $4.50 $5.50
ALL PROCEEDS GO TO SAVE ORCHESTRA HALL

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