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May 12, 1976 - Image 10

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Wednesday, May 12, 1976
many of the key proviisons
which drew President Ford's
veto, the Senate Foreign Rela-
tions Committee on yesterday
approved a new, $6.74 billion
foreign militar yaid authoriza-
tion bill for fiscal 1976 and 1977.
The committee added a major
new section which provides for
cutting off aid to any nation
which seeks the capacity to
build and deploy nuclear weap-
AND IT tentatively authorized
$85 million for Zaire, Zambia
and other nations in southern
Africa to begin the new policy
of help stated by Secretary of
State Henry Kissinger.
The committee diluted a num-
ber of provisions which Ford
said would have stripped him of
same of his foreign policy
But it retained a provision
permitting Congres sto veto sale
of military equipment valued at
mare than $7 million.
HOWEVER, the committee
voted to remove a $9 billion ceil-
ing on arms sales in any calen-
dar year.
The President vetoed the $3.16
billion authorization for fiscal
An estimated 300,000 persons
died in a hurricane which hit
Calcutta, India, Oct. 7, 1837.

Arctic slaughter
In March, seal hunters from Newfoondland and Norway killed many baby seals on the heaving ice pack in the St. Lawreoce River.
The objects of this wholesale slaughter were baby harp seals like this one.

" "a n ab" film Cooperative
To , the film hat apropelled Truffaut to the head of the
French Nes Waeo Although it evokes the romantic nos-
talai hefor the First World War. Jules et Jim exauisitely
illuminate- a modern woman. Catherine (Jeanne Moreaul, a
moral and classicalls beautiful laoves two fraternal friends
and most have thorn both,-"Wll tunicaong the areatest
sorical achievements of the screen."---Pauline Kael. Oscar
Werner. Henri Serre Marie Dunois. French. English subtitles,
AUD. A ANGELL HALL-7 & 9 $1.25

Ford wins Mo. delegates
KANSAS CITY, Mo. OP) - three frotm the 5th District in
President Ford won as expect- Kansas City were Ford sup-
ed in two district conventions in porters.
Missouri last night and picked The President's delegate total
Mpi oreat lngtestoan t Missouri stands at nint, in-
op six more delegates to the c -dn h he eeae e
clutding the three delegates he
Republican National Conven- won from the 9th District in St.
Lion. Charles last Saturday.
Three delegates from the 2nd
District in St. Louis County and

Former Vice President Spiro Agnew makes his first network
television appearance since he resigned 2% years ago. On the
NBC "Today" Show, Agnew said he would "probably not"
choose politics if hehad his career to do over again, and said
the problems lie with the news media.
Glenda as Hedda
--.-a startlingly fresh and
"HEDDA" on film is all perceptive version written
Glenda Jackson " and directed by Trevor Nunn
-- VINCENT CANBY, and in geniously interpreted
New York Times by Jackson. Seldom has a
classic been so well served."
rP Saturday Review
S a ay eChna:; i A Brut Praducoss Reees
Mon.-Fri. 7:00 & 9:00
Sat. & Sun. 5:00-7:00-9:00

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