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Page 6-Wednesday, September 17, 1980-The Michigan Daily
the ann arbor Film cooperative

TON IGHT

presents

TONIGHT

HIDE IN PLAIN SIGHT
JAMES CAAN is director and star of this powerful film about
a man whose child is kidnapped by the government.
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*Advice for New Students; j a

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FIREFIGHTERS SURROUND a National Airlines DC-14 at London's Heathrow aircraft as the plane heded down the runway. All 217 passengers were evacuated
Airport yesterday. Flames broke out in the wheel housing of the Miami-bound with the aid of emergency chutes after thS crew brought the airliner to a halt.
Fire halts Miami-bound DC-1O;
all 217 on board escape safely

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LONDON (AP)-All 217 passengers aboard a
smouldering National Airlines plane slid to safety
down emergency chutes yesterday after flames sud-
denly encircled the underside of the Miami-bound
DC-10 jet on takeoff from London's Heathrow Air-
port, officials said. Up to 12 people suffered minor in-
juries in the incident.
"We were building up a lot of speed, and then there
was a loud roar," said Marjorie Lubbock, a teacher
from Norwich, England. "I could see fire and smoke
out of the window on my right. We must have stopped
very quickly. The captain must have had a very quick
mind."
HER HUSBAND RONALD, also a teacher, added:
"We owe the captain and the firemen our lives."
Another . passenger, Neil Sutherland, a
photographer for a London evening newspaper, said

two of the plastic escape chutes failed to inflate.
"People began to panic, and smoke was blowing
everywhere," he said. "The flames were shooting up
as high as the wings. Some passengers were injured
coming down the chute."
BUT AN AIRLINE spokesman here said the
passengers remained "calm and cool.", He said the
company was "not speculating" on the cause of the
accident.
In New York, Jim Arey, a spokesman for Pan
American World Airways Inc., which merged with
National earlier this year, said one tire blew out,
creating heat and friction and causing several other
tires to explode. That touched off what he described
as a "small fire" fueled by rubber and fluids in the
undercarriage but quickly extinguished by firemen.
Most of the passengers were American and British

SKYJACKING WILL EVOKE 'DRASTIC PENAL MEASURE
Cuba gives warning t

tourists, including several young children. The iden-
tities of the injured were not immediately learned.
OFFICIALS SAID National Airlines Flight 099 was
half way down the runway when someone in the air-
port control tower saw flames pouring from the
plane's undercarriage.
The captain was notified and immediately aborted
the takeoff, bringing the plane to a halt 400 yars from
the end of the runway.
Arey said 11 people suffered minor friction burn'
when they slid down the escape chutes. He said one
other person was taken to a hospital for a possible
fracture.
Local police said three passengers were taken to a
hospital with suspected broken limbs. Six others were
taken to the airport's medical center and treated for
minor friction burns, they said.
hijackers
help deter place to live, nor a job, if any of them
)uld expect really wanted to work. Besides, the
e clearest Cuban people unanimously oppose their
:ood idea to return.
U.S. officials, meanwhile, announced
sman for new measures yesterday aimed at en-
had three ding the continuing trickle of refugees
attempted from Cuba.
weeks, also The U.S. Coast.Guard, after stopping
hat is good 13 Cuba-bound boats on Monday, said
yld of the its blockade efforts had been increased.
iow how to Fifteen cutters and nine Navy
sue." minesweepers and patrol boats are now
ticle rejec- on patrol in the Florida Straits, with
a "reverse Navy and Coast Guard planes also
d refugees flying. surveillance routes, said Rear
ubans who Adm. Benedict Stabile, the Coast
e President Guard's 7th District commander.

Cinema II
presents

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Ivan The Terrible, Part I1
(Sergei Eisenstein, 1947)
This second film' about .ihe Russian tyrant continues the
story of the first Czar to unite Russia as he struggles with
religious mania and horribly crushes a court plot against
him. This was Eisenstein's last and most fantastical work.
A chance "to see the world through the eyes of a genius."
-Stanley Kauffmann. Music by Prokofiev. Russian, with
subtitles. (90 min.) 7:00 and 9:00

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Mr. Rock And Roll
(Charles Dubin, 1957)
Alan Freed stars in this early film which sets out to prove
that Rock and Roll is not the music of juvenile delinquents
and degenerates, but of clean, wholesome kids as well.
He is assisted by an all-star cast, including Little Richard,
Chuck Berry, Frankie Lymon, Clyde McPhattercBrook
Benton, and Lionel Hampton. (86 min.) 7:00 and 10:20
The Girl Can't Help It
(Frank Tashlin, 1956)
Frank Tashlin captures perfectly the raw energy of fifties
rock-and-roll in this comedy about an alcoholic press
agent whose association witha mobster and his aspiring
singer/girlfriend (Jayne Mansfield) leads the way to
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Richard, Fats Domino, The Platters, Gene Vincent, Eddie
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MIAMI (AP)-In a statement hailed
by U.S. officials, the Castro gover-
nment warned Cuban refugees yester-
day that they made "a one-way trip" to
the U.S. It said those who hijack planes
to return home face "drastic penal
measures" and could be extradited.
"The scum have become
disillusioned. Thousands have had bit-
ter experiences in the Yankee paradise
and now want to come back to Cuba,"
the Communist Party newspaper
Granma said in a front-page article
which was read over Radio Havana and
monitored in Miami.
Cuban authorities had previously
said hijackers would be prosecuted, but

yesterday's statement gave a stronger
warning of "drastic penal measures"
or "return to the United States to be
judged in that country."
It was the Cubans' closest step yet
toward cooperation since the current
spate of nine hijackings to
Cuba-nearly all blamed on homesick
refugees-began on Aug. 10.
U.S. officials earlier had complained
that Cuban authorities weren't
providing information on the hijackers'
fates, thus encouraging rumors among
Cuban exiles here that hijackers were
being released to their families.
Secretary of State Edmund Muskie,
in a statement issued in Washington,
said the U.S. "welcomes the decision
just announced by the Cuban gover-
nment" and called it "a positive step"
in combatting terrorism.
FRED FERRAR, a Federal Aviation
Administration spokesman in
Washington, said his agency was
"delighted" with the statement. Asked

whether he expected it would
hijackings, he said, "We wo
it to. It's apparently the
message yet that it is not a g
hijack an airplane."
Jim Ashlock, a spoke
Eastern Airlines, which has
hijackings and two <
hijackings in the past six v
reacted enthusiastically. "T
news," he said 'when to
statement. "They really kn
get right to the heart of the is
The Cuban newspaper ar
ted U.S. efforts to organize
airlift" for the dissatisfie
among the some 123,000 C
have come to the U.S. since
Fidel Castro opened the por
in late April.
"IT IS NECESSARY to re
those who abandon the fathe
no return: they went on
trip." the article said. "At
none of them would have a

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Racial
tensions
s tirring
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in Miss.
JACKSON, Miss. (AP)-Blacks
promised another protest march and
threatened a boycott yesterday as ten-
sion mounted over the reinstatement of
a white police officer accused in the
shooting death of a pregnant black
woman.
The Rev. Annia Collier, a black
minister, warned Mayor Dale Danks
that blacks would oppose his re-election
because of the way the Aug. 29 shooting
was handled.
Collier and two other Black ministers
held a news conference yesterday af-
ternoon to criticize the return of officer
Gary King to active duty.
KING WAS REINSTATED Monday
by Police Chief Ray Pope, who said in-
vestigations by the police department
and the district attorney indicated Kin
had acted properly.
Dorothy Brown, 30, was shot four
times when she allegedly advanced on
King and his partner with a pistol in her
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shooting.
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