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Carter makes summit progress
Cyrus Vance and Zbigniew Brzezinski,
the U.S. national security adviser.
THe President, with his wife,
Rosalynn, joined Begin and the other
Israelis at a traditional Friday evening
dinner. Songs were sung in celebration
of the Jewish Sabbath.
Meanwhile Vice President Walter
Mondale canceled an evening speech
yesterday to a Jewish synagogue group
in his home state of Minnesota in order
to return here.
SADAT ATTENDED Moslem prayer,
services here Friday and Carter
planned to participate in Baptist
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Maryland's Catoctin Mountains.
Beyond the summit, new violence
was occurring in the Mideast.
"I don't want to get into it," Powell
said when asked whether theconflicts
in Iran and in Lebanon were under
Under persistent questioning, he
said, "It is certainly safe to say the
American delegation is aware and
watching with interest and concern
other developments in the area."r
The Shah of Iran was reported using
force in trying to suppress a spreading
revolt. Scores of insurgents were
IN LEBANON, the Maronite
Christians, their backs against the wall,
were fighting pitched battles against
Syrian army forces.
Under the shah, Iran has been
considered a stabilizing force in the
Middle East, at least from a Western
viewpoint. A Moslem country, Iran still
supplies most of Israel's oil while
backing Arab countries in their-
demands for return of lands captured
by Israel in the 1967 war.
In the Lebanon strife, Israel has
supplied support to some Christian
forces and has appealed publicly for
their protection. Syria, which opposes
Sadat's overtures to Israel, is in virtual
control of the country.
There has been speculation that Syria
might try to undercut Carter's summit
by increasing pressures on the
Christians and thereby provoking an
overt Israeli response.
Outside the press center here several
dozen, masked . anti-shah
demonstrators shouted for his downfall.
Foes of drinking age
hike rally at colleges
"Down with the fascist shah," they
called. "End American arms
shipments to Iran."
The United States has supplied billins
of dollars of weapons to Iran over the
past several years.
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This Tuesday Only-"MUGSY"
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O'Clock Lobby, a group that represents
youth opinion on various issues; and
Coalition Against 21, a group concerned
only with the ballot proposal.
Chris Magnus, public relations
coordinator for the Three O'Clock
Lobby, said he will speak at a
conference of the Michigan Licensed
Beverage Association next week in
Traverse City. Magnus claims that
meetings with the University's
HighwaySafety Research Institute and
Secretary of State's statisticians have
proven that the accident rate for people
18-20 years old is no higher than that of
any other age group under 55.
MAGNUS ALSO said he believes the
ballot proposal is an indication that
many people in Michigan would like the
age of majority returned to 21.
"They're trying to play upon the anti-
youth sentiment in this state," Magnus
continued. He cited the defeat in 1976 of
a proposal that would have allowed 18-
year-olds to run for legislature and
reaction to the youth gang problem in
Detroit as examples. "They believe the
whole age of majority should be
Shepherd said that a survey
conducted last week showed that
Michigan citizens favor the proposal 3
"People were not rational in their
reasoning for supporting the proposal,"
said Shepherd. "There is a hostility
from older adults to young adults,
starting at age 21. It's amazing," he
noted. He added that another survey
will be taken in two weeks.
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