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November 22, 1974 - Image 3

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U.S. lashes out at Arab
guerrillas, supports Israel

UNITED NATIYNS (4') - bThe o fliberati
United States yesterday de- wit ha br
clared its support of Israel's terrorism.
right to exist and lashed out at "If ther
the Arab guerrillas' "deliberate, ing the,
brutal policy of terror" and where inn
their attempt to compare it with there wa
the American Revolution. the volun
The tsance was at odds with ed of orc
the approach to the Palestine There wer
question taken by a majority j side, of
o fspeakers in the General As- policy oft
sembly debate on Palestine arnd SCALI
with a resolution prepared by "who pro
Third World countries which ence betw
says nothing about the con- innocents
tinued existence of Israel. national l
THE RESOLUTION'S appro- He saic
val was assured today, but some terests"
diplomats said it might get should be
only 70 or 80 votes rather than new reso
the 120 hoped for by Yasir parliamen
Arafat's Palestine Liberation weavingt
Organization. Israel says it will ests into1
never negotiate with the PLO the negot
on the grounds it is a terrorist "Adopti
organization committed to iiqui- lutions no
dating the Jewish state. ous delay
"Certainly it must be under- - -
stood by all that Israel has the
right to exist as a sovereign,
independent state within secure
a n d recognized boundaries,"
U.S. Ambassador John Scali
said.
Last week, Arafat opened the
Palestine debate at the assem-
bly and compared his guer-
rilla movement with the Ameri-
can Revolution.
"THOSE WHO molded our na-
tion and fought for our freedom
never succumbed to the easy
excuse that the end justifies the,
,means," Scali said.
"There are those who wish to
compare the American Revolu-
tion and the many other wars

on of the past 20 years prospects for peace in the fore-
rutal and indiscrirnaate seeable future."
Scali said a fifth Middle iast
e were instances dur- "

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ocent people suffered,
s no instance where
tary leadership boast-I
condoned sucr chimes.
re no victims, on eit'her
a deliberate, brutall
terror."~
ATTACKED t h o s e
fess to see no differ-
ween the slaughter of
and a struggle for
iberation."
d the "legitimate in-
of the Palestinians
achieved "not through
olutions or dramatic
try maneuvers, bit by
the Palestinian inter-
the give and take of
bating process.
ng new one-sided reso-
ot only risks .ianger-
y but could destroy

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war wouid threaten the se-
curity of every country and
produce no permanent gains
for any." The ambassador said
if the negotiating process is to
continue, "each party must be
committed to negotiations .
must be prepared to accent a
negotiated p e a c e with theI
o~thes1

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UNITED MINE WORKERS President Arnold Miller (right) and Gene Mitchell, a UMW
bargaining council member from Illinois' district 12, meet with reporters in Washington
Wednesday after a bargaining council session. The 38-member council failed to approve
a tentative contract and recommended that union officials return to the bargaining table.
MINE OWNERS WARNING:
'Countrynearc-ri)si&

"IF ANY OF the parties re-
jects this governing priniple
or questions the right to exist
of any of the parties to the
negotiation, our best hopes for
negotiation and peace are lost."
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WASHINGTON (Reuter)-Ne-
gotiations to end a 10-day na-
tionwide miner's strike appear-
ed stalled yesterday as mine
owners warned the country was
near a crisis of serious pro-
portions.
The warning came from the'
Bituminous Coal Operators As-
sociation following demands
from the United Mine Workers
(UMW) for "minor adjust-
ments" in a tentative three-year
contract agreed to by the two
sides on November 9.1

recommended approval of the
tentative agreement, yesterday
went to Charleston, West Vir-
ginia, center of the mining in-
dustry, to try to persuade local
officials to support the new con-
tract.
Miller told reporters he want-
ed to knock down a story being
spread among miners which,
he said, is untrue-that the pro-
posed contract contains, for the
first time, a clause which would
prohibit strikes.
Another item which has been

posed setup is one week off in
the summer and a second be-
tween Christmas and New
Year's Day, always a period of
high absenteeism.

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IF THE proposed
were suitably revised
operators-miners talks,
still take an estimated
10 days to complete a
UMW members.

contract'
in joint!
it would
week to
vote by

"IT WAS AGREED a the lul°1111Y11411CLUG1
barainngtabe tattheagre-criticized by some union mem-
bagaining tabl that the agree bers is the proposed splitting
ment as negotiated would be of the workers' traditional two-
submitted promptly to the mem- week summer holiday. The pro-
bership for ratification," Asso-
ciation General Counsel Guy
Farmer said. Union delay was THE MICHIGAN DAILY
"bringing the country near to Volume X No 68
"brigingFriday, November 22, 1974
a crisis of serious proportions." is edited and managed by students
But the union's negotiating at the University of Michigan. News
council Wednesday night de- phone 764-0562. Second class postage
clined to vote its approval of paid at Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106.
the tentative agreement, Published d a i l y Tuesday through
h S aSunday morning during the Univer-
nevessary first step before put- sity year at 420 Maynard Street, Ann
ting the contract to a secret Arbor, Michigan 48104. Subscription
ballot of the union's 120,000 rank rates: $10 by carrier (campus area);
$11 local mail (Michigan and Ohio);
and file members. $12 non-local mail (other states and
There was no immediate word foreign). session published Tues-
on wethr te mie oeraors SummerseiopulhdTe-
on whether the mine operators day through Saturday morning.
would resume talks to try to Subscription rates: $5.50 by carrier
settle the dispute. (campus area); $6.00 local mail
MEANWHILE, UMW Presi- (Michigan and Ohio); ;".50 non-
dent Arnold Miller, who had local mail (other states and foreign).
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