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Wednesday, August 4, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Wednesday, August 4, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

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news briefs
By The Associated Press

THE JURY BEGAN deliberation yesterday in the man-
slaughter case of Black Panther Party Chairman Hewey Newton.
In 1968, Newton was tried for first degree murder in the
Oct., 1967 slaying of police officer John Frey but was convicted
instead of voluntary manslaughter. He served 22 months of a 2
to 15 year sentence before a retrial of his case was ordered by
the State Court of Appeals.
AMERICAN BOMBERS leveled two Cambodian villages
yesterday in what was described as a move to open the way for
South Vietnamese troops advancing in the area.
The two towns were hit repeatedly with napalm fire bombs
and rockets killing many Viet Cong and North Vietnamese ac-
cording to reports.
THE SENATE began debate yesterday on a bill to curb
+ campaign costs.
Under agreements reached yesterday the two major. parties
would limit themselves to about $8.3 mililon dollars for the cam-
paign in 1972. This is 4 million under the amount spent by the
Republican Party during the last presidential campaign.
THE HOUSE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE yesterday
1 approved a one billion dollar emergency bill designed to provide
jobs in public service for an estimated 123,400 persons.
Under the bill, $600 million would be allocated to the states
for the purpose of hiring unemployed people.

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HELD OVER!

2 AND FINAL
ndBIG WEEK

WHERE YOUR NIGHTMARES END...
"W f LLARD"
BEGINS
SHOWN EARLY & LATE AT 8:25 & 12:00
PLUS-Geraldine Page, Ruth Gordon
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"Boston Strangler" STUART WHITMAN
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ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S Coming Soon
"PSYCHO" "RYAN'S DAUGHTER"
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H. BOGART in
ACROSS
THE PACIFIC
(WARNERS, 1946)
Mystery, Suspense and Spies in the Steamy Haunts
of Panama, as Bogart Sails Into the Teeth of the
Japanese Intelligence Network, Armed Only with
His Nerve and His Georgia Tech Ring. Dir. John
Huston.
with SYDNEY GREENSTREET
and MARY ASTOR

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