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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, June 24, 1970

Wednesday, June 24, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'PEACE EFFORT'
Dayan bids Israel to prepare
to release some occupied land

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By The Associated Press
Israeli Defense Minister Mos-
he Dayan yesterday declared
that Israel should be ready to
give up some of the soil it won
in the 1967 war in return for
peace with the Arabs.
Dayan made plain, however,
that Israel should h o 1 d onto
land it considers vital to its se-
curity.
Dayan declared in a luncheon
speech to Israeli journalists
that Israel favors borders that
would leave the nation "pre-
dominantly Jewish with a not
too large Arab minority."
His remarks came at a time
when U.S. peace initiatives in
the Middle East were believed
imminent and Washington was
High court
extends
bond vote

reported to be pressing Israel
to agree to territorial conces-
sions.
"Our historic duty for the fu-
ture of the Jewish people of Is-
rael will determine the future
drawing of maps more than our
historic affinity," Dayan said.
Dayan' said that Israel is
"duty bound" to hold Sharm el
Sheikh, at the southern tip of
the Sinai Peninsula because of
its obligation to the future, ev-
en though Israel has no histor-
ical rights there.
Sharm el Sheikh commands
the Tiran Strait of the Gulf of
Aqaba, Israel's direct shipping
lane to the Orient.
On the fighting front, Israeli
commandos struck 50 milesrin-
to the Egyptian desert Monday
night and shelled an army camp
80 miles southeast of Cairo, the
Israeli military command re-
ported. Cairo said the raiders
with two armored cars w e r e
borne to the target area in three
helicopters but were driven off
by Egyptian war planes. It
claimed that 20 of the raiders
were killed or wounded.

at Bir Araiyida, 46 miles west
of the Gulf of Suez in the East-
ern Desert.
A military spokesman said the
assault was not in reprisal for
any particular Egyptian attack.
It was part of Israel's "war of
counter-attrition" against the
Egyptian campaign aimed at
wearing down Israeli defenses
in the canal, he said.
Agnew hits
marijuana
HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (k') -
Vice President Spiro Agnew yes-
terday called marijuana a dan-
gerous drug, "not just the
grown-up equivalent of alco-
hol."
In a speech to the National
Sheriff's Assn., Agnew warned
of a massive crackdown on mar-
ijuana and other drugs by Atty.
Gen. John Mitchell. Explaining
his position on marijuana, Ag-
new said, "Alcohol has b e e n
known for thousands of years

The Israelis said the mission and it has won the approval of
WASHINGTON (P)-The Su- was a complete success and that peoples and governments. And
preme Court ruled yesterday all the raiders made it home that is the difference. Marijua-
that the Constitution does not safely. na too, has been known f o r
permit states to restrict the vote The Israelis claimed they am- thousands of years, but in ev-
in general-obligation bond elec- bushed and destroyed two troop ery single nation in the world
tions to property taxpayers. carriers occupied by at least 10 that has had a long acquaint-
The 5-3 decision extended a persons. They said they lobbed ance with marijuana a n d its
principle set in decision last year dozens of mortar shells into the consumption, the u s e of this
for school and revenue bond base, an administrative center drug is forbidden by law."
elections. It wipes out franchise
restrictions in 14 states.
In another decision, the court
ruled 7 to 1 that a witness' in-
criminating statements at a pre-
limnary hearing may be used{
against the defendants in a
trial.
The federal government had
joined the state of California FRI., SAT.-June 26, 27
in seeking the testimony deci-
sion, which appears to relax
recent decisions protecting the
right of defendants to confront
their accusers.C
tions that property owners hold
a greater interest in general- dir. MICHAEL CURTIZ (1942)
obligation bond elections since
such bonds are secured primarily H
by property taxes. Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman
"Property taxes may be paid star in superb film thriller.
initially by property owners," s
the court observed, "but a sig-
fcanto payear's tax oofretmae "Everything is right in this WW IIclassic of
property will very likely be war-torn Cosablance."
borne by the tenant rather than L
the landlord." LEONARD MALTiN
The Michigan Daily, edited and man- " d i mse e
aged by students at the University of Enduring masterpiece.
Michigan. News phone: 764-0552. Second ANDREW SARRIS
Class postage paid at Ann Arbor. Mich-i
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Dozens of saints, rascals, nuns, picaroons, in-
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people are either represented or evoked in Luis
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has the form of a lovely fantasy. a livelier
fantasy than 'The Wizard of Oz.' The film goes
about its business with a comic, masterly cool
that is more remorseless than anything Bunuel
has done before. FASCINATING!"
-Vincent Canby, NEW YORK TIMES
«iObE!
Watching a Bunuel film 'is like watching a bull-
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see Luis Bu~uel's 'The Milky Way.' It is beautiful,
bizarre, haunting and a tremendous amount of
fun. One of the most unusual and fascinating
films in a long time. Can't be missed!"
-Leonard Maltin, N.Y.U. WASH. SQ. JOURNAL
"EXTRAORDINARY!-
An exciting if bizarre imagination at work ...an
engrossing mixture of passion and invention. The
great filmmaker, Luis Buniuel, is brilliantly anti-
establishment. Not to be missed by anyone!"
-Charles Champlin, LOS ANGELES TIMES
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pnproblems
The local Model Cities agen-
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disadvantaged youths is having
difficulty securing job openings
in Ann Arbor, a spokesman for
the program reported yesterday.
In an interview, Harold Bri-
an, a counselor in the job pro-
gram, said that although 250
applications f o r employment
have been received, o n 1 y be-
tween 75 and 100 job vacancies
have been made available to the
program.
Brian added that a telethon
will be held on local TV sta-
tions between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
today to inform youths of avail-,
able jobs. During the telethon,
employers will be asked to call
and indicate j o b openings at
their firms.
According to Brian, the Uni-
versity, and t h e city govern-
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been filled. In addition, the
Model Cities agency has placed
between 15 and 25 young people
in jobs with privates businesses,
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challenged the lowering of the voting
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until 1975.
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ers not specifically given to the federa
stitution does not authorize the govern
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inner city.
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