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Page 8-Thursday; May 22, 1980-Thi
France
rejects
Muskie's
criticism
PARIS (AP) - In a deepening split
with the United States, France angrily
rejected criticism by Secretary of State
Edmund Muskie and vowed yesterday
to maintain contact with the Soviet
Union without "prior approval" from
Washington.
However, there was mounting
displeasure expressed in the Western
European press and within France it-
self over President Valery Giscard
d'Estaing's summit meeting Monday in
Warsaw, Poland with Soviet leader
Leonid Brezhnev.
FRENCH FOREIGN Minister Jean
Francois-Poncet, defending the summit
in a speech to the National Assembly,
acknowledged that it had left Paris and
Moscow "far apart" over the Soviet
Union's military intervention in
Afghanistan.
He said it would be a "grave political
error" to isolate the Soviet Union
diplomatically and rebutted the new
U.S. secretary of state's criticism of
France for failing to consult its allies
before the summit.
In Washington, State Department
spokesman Hodding Carter had no
comment on Francois-Poncet's
remarks.But other officials, who asked
not to be identified, said Francois-Pon-
cet did not address himself to Muskie's
complaint Tuesday about the lack of
adequate prior consultation by the
French government.
Of perhaps more significant long-
term consequences, Giscard d'Estaing
has publicly offered French proposals
to counter the Palestinian autonomy
talks which the U.S., Egypt and Israel
agreed to in the Camp David accords.

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A FLORIDA NATIONAL Guardsman watches as a young girl and a little boy are escorted by older man to a hazy inter-
section in the racially troubled area of Liberty City Tuesday. A feeling of calm settled over the area, which has been under
intense violence for four days.
Nat'l Guard pulled out of Miami

MIAMI (AP) - Nati
troops were pulled out of M
neighborhoods yesterday
grand jury began an inves
President Carter said he w
city wracked by the nat
racial rioting ina decade.
In Tampa, where a ji
Saturday ignited the viole
policeman was reported sh
in the third night of scatt
bances. There was no imm(
on the officer's condition.

onal Guar
liami's blac
as a federa
tigation an
ould visit th
tion's wors
ury verdic
nce here,
hot last nigh
tered distur
ediate repor

,d TAMPA POLICE Col. Bob Smith said
k the officer, whose name wasn't im-
l mediately known, was placing a road-
d block in a black neighborhood where
e there had been isolated rock-throwing
t incidents earlier in the evening. It was
25 blocks away from the site of rock-
et and-bottle throwing incidents on Mon-
a day and Tuesday.
t A curfew also was lifted in a 52-
r- square-mile area and bars reopened as
t police reported a second quiet day in
the Liberty City-Brownsville areas,
where three nights of rioting left $100
million in damage and 15 people dead.
The federal grand jury began a probe
of the death of a black insurance
executive and the subsequent acquittal
of four white policemen. The verdict is
credited with triggering the Miami
rioting.
SHERIFF BOBBY Jones announced
that the 10 p.m.-to-6 a.m. curfew was
being lifted and said liquor sales -
banned countywide since Sunday night
- could resume.
Restrictions remained in effect on
sales of firearms and ammunition. And

gasoline could be sold only if pumped
into vehicle tanks.
White House press secretary Jody
Powell said in Washington that Carter
will focus his attention on "the.
necessity for rebuilding that ares,"
where three nights of rioting caused an
estimated $100 million in damage and
killed 15 persons. ,
FLORIDA'AS GOVERNOR already
has requested that Dade County be
declared a disaster area eligible for
federal recovery assistance,
The federal grand jury in Miami con-
vened in secrecy to consider possible
civil rights charges against the four
white former police officers acquitted
in the death of Arthur McDuffie, a black
insurance man from Miami.
U.S. attorneys said they would give
the grand jury virtually the same
evidence presented in the state's un-
successful attempt to convict the men
on charges ranging from murder and
manslaughter to evidence-tampering.
'FEDERAL OFFICIALS refused to
disclose details of the grand jury's
work.

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PRESENTS
- SHANGHAI EXPRESS
(Josef von Sternberg, 1932)
DIETRICH stars as Sanghai Lily, femme fatale, latent heroine
on the Shanghai Express and object of von Sternberg's love/
hate homage to her. The movie transforms her into the best-
photographed woman in the history of cinema. Co-starring
ANNA MARIA WONG. (84 min) 7:00 & 10:30
DISHONORED
(Josef von Sternberg, 1931) -
DIETRICH plays the Mata-Hari, swathed in furs, feathers and
languid, sensuous lighting. Facing death by firing squad, she
maintains her cool chic to the very end. Sexy stuff. Co-starring
VICTOR McLAGLIN. (94 min) 8:45 ONLY

The Ann Arbor Film _ CDDItfIV9 Presents at Mich.Theatre:
Admission $2.00; Matinees $1.50
Thursday, May 22
SUSPICION
(Alfred Hitchcock, 1941) 1, 3,5, 7 & 9-MICHIGAN THEATRE
A shy, provincial British girl marries an unprincipled charmer whom she discovers
gradually to be a warped and lying cheat-and possibly a murderer. Although
this is one of Hitchcock's most suspenseful films and JOAN FONTAINE won an
Oscar for her performance in it, CARY GRANT steals the show with perhaps
his greatest performance, giving his character moral shadings only seen in the
work of the finest actors. "This is an exciting superior thriller admirably played
by a fine cast and directed by Hitchcock in the manner that makes him dean of
cinematic Melodramas."-NEWSWEEK. 35 mm. Admission: $2.00, matinees $1.50.
'Ix orrr r: Michae Ca~ige in THE WRONG BOX apd Peter Sellers in TWO-WAY
ST 7TC at MLB. $1.50.

MLB 3

$1.50 one show; $2.50 both shows

Tomorrow: THE C9NFOjMI T

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