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Friday, July 31, 1970

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ISRAFLI PLANES felled four Egyptian MIG 21s over the
Suez C)nal yesterday while the Israeli Cabinet continued divid-
ed on a U.S. peace plan.
The Israeli ministers met yesterday for the third time this week
on the American plan under the threat of a walkout by the right-
wing fctsion, if it accepts the proposal, which includes a call for a
90-day cease-fire.
A military spokesman in Tel Aviv said the Egyptian planes were
felted by cannon and air-to-air missiles when they tried to inter-
ce)t Israeli aircraft on bombing runs over the southern sector of the
193-mile waterway.
Before the Cabinet met Thursday, the hard-line Gahal party,
which holds 6 of the 24 seats, declared it would end its three-year-old,
participation in the coalition government, if the American plan is
accepted.
THE PENTAGON CLAIMED yesterday that the Soviet Un-
ionlaunched and orbited a Nuclear Strike Vehicle and then re-
covered the package near the Aral Sea launch area.
The vehicle known as FOBS - for Fractional Orbital Bombard-
ment -System was described by a Pentagon spokesman as "further
evidence of the continuing momentum of the Soviet development and
test program for strategic weapons."
The statement came against the backdrop of the current strate-
gic arms limitation talks between the United States and the Soviets
in Vienna.
FIVE BATTALIONS of fresh Cambodian troops massed on
the slopes of Kiri Rom yesterday, awaiting the signal to attack
the plateau.
Four other battalions withdrew from the plateau Tuesday under
heavy North Vietnamese and Viet Cong fire. They were withdrawn
from combat. According to field estimates they had suffered 300 killed
or wounded in 20 days of battle. It was regarded as the worst disaster
of the four month old war.
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THE CENSUS BUREAU said yesterday more people are liv-
ing in the suburbs than in the cities for the first time in the na-
tion's history.
The rapid, substantial flight of Americans from the inner cities
to outlying areas since 1960 startled even the bureau's experts, Cen-
sus Director George Hay Brown said.
Preliminary results of the 1970 count show that 30 to 35 per cent
of the people live in suburbs compared with a slightly smaller per-
centage for the cities, said Conrad Taeuber, the bureau's associate
director.

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neapolis with BILL HINKLEY, picking away
among them and within you.
Dese muths is good.
TONIGHT & TOMORROW at
$1.50 for the evenin'
The door opens at 8 P.M. Free eats.
JULY 31, AUGUST 1--FRIDAY, SATURDAY
I MARRIED. A WITCH
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Parke-Bernet Galleries, which
Diamond for $1 million and a Van
in only $269,495 in sales from an ai
that had cost millions of dollars new
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very familiar with auctions," observ
vice president.
Some 250 persons, chiefly corn
from as far away as Chicago to bi+
and third generation computerso
handling equipment.
Rare tapestries and oil paintin
for the starkly modern computer un
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million confessed-Jater that they h
to open the bidding. The computer
the opening bid of $15,000.
Time Brokers, Inc., which orgy
UNIVAC 1107 which cost about $2
would sell for several hundred tho
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of prospective buyers.
A group of students from Morn
home empty handed, but said they
computers until the other offers
about $400.
Two other prospective comput
tunity to bid. The units Steven Ros
PeterIaria, 13, of East Brunswick,
bidding above their budgets.
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disappointed at the sale results bu
puters again some time.

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tULYSSES'A SUPERB FILM!"
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A TONIGHT
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BORN YESTERDAY

"PAGES OF A CLASSIC GLOW
ON THE SCREEN. JAMES JOYCE'S
'ULYSSES' COMES TO THE
SCREEN NOT ONLY AS A BRIL-
LIANT AND ABSORBING FILM
BUT ALSO AS A SUPERB TRANS-
LATION OF THE CLASSIC IT-
SELF. STRICK'S FILM HAS A
CLASSIC SCOPE, A GRANDEUR
AND A THROBBING HUMAN-
ISM, AN INTENSE DRAMATIC
POWER AND A WILD AND UN-
RESTRAINED WIT, A L Y R I C
BEAUTY AND A WILD, ROBUST
HUMOR . . . DEPICTED WITH
STUNNING CLARITY. WE TIN-
GLE TO THE PROSE AND SOAR
WITH THE POETRY AND REVEL
IN ALL THE DELICIOUS WORD-
PLAYS AND THE COARSE AND
STRANGELY UNSHOCKING GUT-
TER COMEDY .. IS STUNNING
IN ITS FRANKNESSES YET LYRIC
IN ITS VISUALIZATIONS .
NOTHING S H O R T OF BRIL-
LIANT. FLAWLESS CAST."
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THIRD RAIL!
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Harder on the
Screen Than It
Did on the Stage!"
-Time Magazine

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ELOQUENCE! Shirley Knight
is close to perfect -
startling! Al Freeman, Jr.
is excellent!" -Brendan Gill,
The New Yorker
"A STRIKING EXPERIENCE
AND ONE WITH AN
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UNFORGETTABLE! Creates
a shattering impact. A
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