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Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, August 12, 1971

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I news briefsJ
By Thte Associated Press
THE AMERICAN DOLLAR reeled in Western Europe yester-
day as the Soviet newspaper Pravda predicted its weakness will
provide 'new shocks for capitalism's monetary system."
London dealers said dollar buying was the heaviest af the cur-
rent dollar crisis and may have reached $300 millioD, while official
banks iD France and Switzerland have acted in the past two weeks
to head off speculation
THREE CHINA EXPERTS advised the United States to
end or ease its insistence on a two-China policy yesterday, saying
that Taiwan had long been used to mount covert offensive oper-
ations against the mainland.
According to one, the United States most maintain its de-
fensive commitment to the Nationalist government on Taiwans
while ending that island's offensive role.
THE SUPREME COURT yesterday was advised by the Justice
Department to permit states to cut off welfare payments to
college students from needy families.
According to Solicitor General Erwin Griswold. the adminis-
tration does not approve of the policy although the aid cutoff is
permissible under the 1935 Social Security Act.
The government's position could be crucial wht'n the court
rules next term on on Illinois regulation that stops federally sup-
ported welfare aid to dependent children at 18 if they are in
college.
INDIA AND THE SOVIET UNION. in a joint statement
issued by representatives of both governments, stated that urgent
steps should be taken toward a political solution to strife in East
Pakistan.
The governoments expressed "their firm conviction that there
can be no military solution" to the political crisis in East Pakistan.

TONIGHT and FRIDAYII
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ARM at the Alley 330 Maynardj
BIG DOUBLE
SHE DIED WITH HI
AND NOT MUCH El

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AUGUST 14
ann arbor fim cooperativee
FEATURE !
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Govt. drops
investigation
of Wallace
Concluding thst sufficient
evidence for prosecution canlnot
be found, thse Justice Depart-
ment is scrapping its investi-
gotion of alleged kickbacks and
canmpaign money irregularities
by associates o1 Gov. George
Wallace.
A federal grand jury is sched.-
uled to reconvene Sept. 7 in
Montgomery, Ala., to close out
the investigation. Anl inside
source said the grand jury may
return a series of tax indict-
ments, even though the corrup-
tion probe is being ended.
Still figuring in the tax in-
vestigation are a $5,01 swim-
ming pool built by a contractor
for Seymore Trammell, once
Wallace's top aide, and a $25.,
000 camopaign donation by a
textbook supplier who listed the
payment as a business expense.
Doctors put in
artificial heart
OIP}-- Surgeonls at Detroit's
Sinai Hospital have imnplanoted a
partial mechansical heart ill 0
13-year-old Michigan manl
whose life expectancy was de-
scribed as exceedingly low be-
fore the operation.
The device, knownl as a "patch-
booster," weas given to Htaskell
Shanks of suburban Warren,
Mich., a plant guard for Uni-
royal Corp.
In a bulletin issued at 12:30
p.m. yesterday, the hospital
said: "The patient appears to
be stable. Her is now bring main-
tainsed on a respirator as well
as the mechoanical heart, and
his condition is progessing as
expected.'
Accordinog to Dr. Julien Pricer,
executive vice presidenlt at
Sinai, "Ift the patient's vital
signs continue to improve, this
will have been the first suc-
ceosful inmplant of a permanent
mechanical heart, either whole
or partial in a human being."

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