THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, September 4, 197C
THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, September 4, 1970
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roomates out, he claims, not per-
mitting them to get any of their
"They had a writ of restitution
against my roomates, but nothing
concerning me," he charged.
"They have all my legal material
and all my notary public records."
The Sheriff's Department said
yesterday they had no informa-
tion concerning the alleged inci-
Raaflaub, a graduate of Wayne
State University's Law School,
said the procedure was contrary
to state law and he has written a
letter to State Attorney General
Frank Kelly protesting this.
U.S. asks end to
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States must take a firm stance in'
the Middle East if it is to counter
the historic ambitions of the Sov-
iet Union, which he called "an,
opportunistic, risk-taking, dan-
gerous opponent with rapidly ex-
panding military capabilities."
-In London, the British Insti-
tute for Strategic Studies s a i d
that massive Soviet aid over the.
past year has boosted Arab
strength to its highest level since
the eve of the 1967 war.
In its annual survey of world
military power, the institute said
that while large supplieszof Soviet
weapons have been added to Arab
arsenals, Israel's stockpile of new
military hardware has increased
at a slower rate.
In Washington, U.S. officials
said Ambassador Jacob Beam was
told to present the U.S. evidence
of violations at a meeting with the
highest available foreign ministry
official in Moscow. D o n a ld C.
Bergus, the top U.S. diplomat in
Cairo, delivered the American
message during a half-hour meet-
ing Thursday afternoon with
Egyptian Foreign Minister M a -
hmoud Riad. Bergus did not com-
ment on the session.
The U.S. diplomats were under-
stood to be demanding a halt in
infractions rather than a rollback
of the missiles. Washington does
not want to make its demands so
strong that the Egyptians and
Soviets would withdraw from the
But in Tel Aviv, Israeli Premier
Golda Meir insisted yesterday that
the United States must press !the
Soviets and Egyptians for "return
of the status quo" at the Suez
Canal - meaning withdrawal of
newly placed Soviet-built missiles.
"Now that the argument over the
facts has been removed we de-
mand that the Americans take ac-
tion," she said.
Dayan said in a television inter-
view he was satisfied with t h e
cabinet's plan for dealing w i t h
the problem and indicated he
would stay in the government.
The defense minister said he
supported the peace talks with
U.N. mediator Gunnar V. Jarring
in New York "as long as all the
agreements are kept by b o t h
But he indicated Israel would
take military 'action against the
Egyptian missiles if necessary.
"We cannot hold on to the canal
line if a rocket system commands
canal skies," he said.,"The moving
of the missiles is tantamount to
The U.S. government gets its:
date on the military deployment
in the cease-fire zone along the
Suez canal mainly by flying U2
picture-taking planes on the
Israeli side. Also cranked into the
U.S. intelligence appraisal is in-
formation received from the
Israelis and other sources.
Officials said that U.S. intelli-
gence has concluded:
-Construction increasing t h e
total number of surface-to-air
missile sites has been going on in
the 32-mile standstill zone on the
Egyptian side, contrary to the
-A number of missile sites there
which were previously unarmed
now have weapons installed.
-There has been movement of
military gear into the truce zone
The Russians and the Egyptians
are being presented with detailed
evidence on the locations and the
status of specific missile sites, but
not with the actual pictures, of-
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(Continued from Page 1) , granted 11 days ago, it has not
The groups left First Methodist been enforced yet.
after its administrative board The groups plan to continue
voted Wednesday night to com- pressing for theirs imiediate de-
mit itself to raising funds for the mands for 'reparations' funds,
"poor and disenfranchised" total- which they say will be used to
ling $25,000 within three months, buy school clothes for. the 3,200
although they refused to comply children of welfare parents in the
with BEDL's demand to be recog- county.
nized as the agent for the county's They want to eventually receive
poor. $60 million from county churches
Bryan says the group left be- to be used for clothing, housing,
cause "there was at least a con- day care centers, cooperative food
mitment by the church. We left stores, a medical and dental cen-
to show good faith and to expedite ter, training programs and drug
Power Disc Brakes
Increased Wheel Base
New Revised Front
Suspension System for
Stable High Speed
New Luxury Interior with Wood Veneer
Dash and Steering Wheel
New Foam Cushioned Reclining
Bucket Seat for Driving Comfort
WHY PAY MORE?
Have You Ever Seen This Much Standard Equipment
on an Economy Car for So Little Money?
28 to 35 Miles Per Gallon
0 to 60 in 16 Seconds
New 73 Hp. Engine
Maximum Speed 94 M.P.H.
Engine All Moisture Proof
Five Bearing Crankshift
Four Speed All Synchromesh
-Dual Throat Carbuertor
12 Volt Alternator
Spin On Oil Filter
Glass Bowl Fuel Filter
Heavy Duty Battery (same size
as in big V-8)
Two Speed Electric Wipers
Electric Washer Pump
Load Adjust Valve Between
Front and Rear Wheels
White Wall Tires (Dunlop)
Full Wheel Covers
Rubber Bumper Guards
Lockable Gas Door
Side Lights, Front and Rear
Tinted Easy-Eye'Glass On All
Rear Opening Windows (pop-out
Big Heater and Defroster With
Two Speed Blower
Parcel Shelf in Addition to
Three Ash Trays
Four Arm Rests
Fully Reclining Bucket Seats
Adjustable Head Rests
Perforated Vinyl Upholstery
The groups are demanding an
immediate $50,000 from First
Methodist Church, plus an annual
.commitment of $50,000; an im-
mediate commitment of $50,000
from First Presbyterian Church
plus an anuual commitment of
$50,000 and an immediate com-
mitment of $10,000 from St. Fran-
cis of Assisi Catholic Church.
BEDL and WRO members have
been occupying First Presbyterian
Church since Aug. 19.
However, according to Charles
Stewart, 'attorney for BEDL and
WRO, the attorney for the First
Presbyterian Church has told the
groups that an injunction granted
Aug. 24 by Circuit Judge William
Ager will be enforced today if the
groups don't leave by noon.
Bryan says the demonstrators
will leave F i r s t Presbyterian
Church at noon, but will move to
another nearby church to begin
occupation. The ' name , of. the
other church is not available.
John Laird, attorney for First
Presbyterian Church, said last
night that he "asked Mr. Bryan
to leave the church, and Mr.
Bryan said he would. I thanked
him and shook his hand."
The injunction to leave First
Presbyterian e n j o i n s Charles
Thomas of BEDL and Mrs. Sandra
Girard of WRO, "their agents,
representatives, servants and em-
ployes" from "entering into and/or
remaining upon the premises" of
the First Presbyterian Church.
It also enjoins Thomas, Mrs.
Girard, "their agents, representa-
tives, servants and employes, and
all others acting in their aid or
assistance or conjunction" from:
"harassing or molesting" the em-
ployes of the church, and from in-
terfering with the normal occu-
pancy and usage of the church.
Stewart said yesterday it is "the
plaintiff's responsibility to bring:
a violation of the injunction to
the attention of the court by
Although the injunction was
A University Television Center
program on special problems of
housing senior citizens has re-
ceived the President's Award of
Late last night, Student Mobil-
ization C o m in it t e e, Anarchists
Coalition, and Young Socialist Al-
liance issued a joint statement of
support for BEDL and WRO.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4
Computing Center films: Basic Use
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Special Showing of paintsings by
Virinder Chaudhery, James Adley, &
others, Commons, through Oct. 2.
Free University Steering Committee
megting - first one - if you're in-
terested you're invited. 2nd floor, Mich-
igan Union (UAC Offices) Sun., Sept.
The Ageless Science of Yoga. In-
struction in the yoga exercises as
taught by qualified instructors. Spon-
sored by the Self-Realization Fellow-
ship. Call Linda after 6:00 p.m. at 761-
Christian Science Organization fall
picnic, Sunday, Sept. 6th meet in front
of SAB at 4:00 p.m.
PIus the usual safety features as backup lights, padded dashboard, seat
and shoulder belts, four-way flashers, collapsible steering column, etc.
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"Safety belts? Not if
I'm just going down to
"Safety belts? They
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Besides, they wrinkle
"Who can ever
remember to use the
What your excuse?
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