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Friday, March 14, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

TALKS CONTINUE
Kissinger, Sadat meet

ASWAN, Egypt (Reuter) -
Secretary of State Henry Kis-t
singer said last night he hoped1
to return here soon with con-
crete Israeli ideas for a new
troop disengagement betweenI
Egypt and Israel.1
Kissinger told a news con-1
ference that his talks with3
Egyptian President Anwar Sa-
dat had passed from the stageE
of examining general principles t
to that of examining concrete1
ideas.
THE SECRETARY said he:
would carry these ideas to Is-j
rael today with the hope of
bringing back concrete sugges-
tions from Israel when he next!
met President Sadat.I
President Sadat and Kissinger]
both appeared smiling and re-
laxed at their meeting with
newsmen at the President'si
villa overlooking the Nile here.'I
Kissinger, who earlier yester-
day said he believed progress
was being made towards a:
settlement, declined to say how j
long the current negotiations
would take.

"ALL PARTIES have an in-
terest in moving as rapidly as
possible," he said.
Sadat, when asked if an
agreement with Israel was like-
ly, said: "I hope so." He said
he could not say more until he
had heard Israel's reaction to
Egypt's position.
The Egyptian leader reaffirm-
ed that Egypt wanted the re-
turn of the strategic Giddi and
Mitla passes in the Sinai, as
well as the Abu Rudeis oil-
fields, as part of an agreement
with Israel.
ASKED about the validity of:
Israeli reports that Egyptian
forces close to the ceasefire
lines were being strengthened,
President Sadat said, "not at
all, from our side not at all."
Sadat said Egypt was honor-
ing last year's troop disengage-
ment agreement with Israel,
which set limits on the strength
of Egyptian and Israeli forces
close to the ceasefire line on
the Egyptian front.
Asked what assurances he
would give in exchange for

further Israeli withdrawals on
the Egyptian front, he reminded
reporters of a recent statement
in which he said Egypt would
not be the first to start another
war with Israel.
INFORMED sources said a
difficulty in the way of an
agreement concerns the word-
ing of a clause in which each
side will promise not to attack
the other.
Israel is demanding a firm
pledge of nonbelligerency, which
Egypt refuses to give. Egypt is
calling for a renewal of a clause
in the first troop disengagement
agreement signed last year, the
sources said.
In this clause, the two sides
pledged they would scrupulously
observe the ceasefire that ended
the October 1973 war and re-
frain from all military and para-
military actions against each
other.
In Egypt's view this does not
amount to a pledge of non-
belligerency, but the two sides
would be free to call it what
tiev liked.

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Portugal govt. ends alert

Housing lottery draws
protest from students
(Continued from Page 1) Lien also successfully survived
point in their residence hall wi'l the lottery, butshe was disap-
lean o teirp a e n n jpointed because of "a lot of
learn of their p 1 a c e n e r t friends who didn't make it."
Following these procedures on She said, "They are going to
Thursday will be the all ation call the Housing Office and
of any soaces remaining to stu- raise as much noise as pos-
dents initially turned away in

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LISBON (Reuter) - A full The troops went on a lesseri
military alert was called off state of readiness early yester-
here early yesterday after rum- day. However, they remained
ors of foreign intervention in around the radio station.
Portugal proved false, a mili- The government spokesperson
tary spokesman said. said the reason for the alert was
Portugal's armed forces went a flood of false rumors, includ-'
back on full alert Wednesday ing reports that foreign planes
night as President Francisco Da had appeared over Portugal,
Costa Gomes warned the coun- that Lisbon had been attacked
try that "the nucleus of adver- and that U.S. warships were
sary forces" still existed after cruising off the Tagus Estuary
Wednesday's abortive uprising, near the Portuguese capital.
A MASSIVE cordon of troops MEANWHILEPortugal's
and armored cars was thrown Copcon Internal Security Forces
around the state radio station appealed for all workers' bar-
Wednesday night and army iaed torghou the bury
road -blocks etu nrsrcds throughout the country ,
ra-blocks went up on roads
leading to air force headquar- to be taken down, saying they!
ters on the outskirts of Lisbon.: were unnecessary.
An anti-aircraft gun was posted Copcon said the situation in
outside the presidential palace. Portugal was perfectly normal;
Shoichet candidacy
d Y

but added that "reactionary1
elements" had spread rumors
with the aim of creating a
climate of anxiety.
Groups of civilian vigilantes
are reported to be guarding
strategic points especially in the
provinces. On the day of the
uprising, the Portuguese Com-
munist party called on the pop-
ulation to control all movement
around Lisbon.
MEN ARMED with shotguns
have been checking all vehicles*
on roads from Spain, according
to travellers.
A rumor that ex-President An-
tonio De Spinola had returned I
from Spain apparently precipi-
tated the alert. His brother,
Francisco De Spinola, who bears'
a close personal resemblance to
the ex-president, was brought to
Lisbon airport from an air be se
where he was detained on Ties-
day, according to well-infrnred,
sources.I

last night's lottery.
Finally, students desiring to
transfer dormitories w:ll have
a chance next Friday to exer-
cise their option.
AS THE situation now stands,
residents will be fortunad eto
get leftover rooms in Thursday's
drawing. The strong demand for
on-campus housing means that
all spaces are virtually guaran-
teed to go to students l)-fore the
room allocations r e a c h iheir
fourth stage on March 20
David Colburn, a Marklev
freshperson, commenting on his
misfortune, said, "I think the
whole deal sucks. I've gt noth-
ing open to me. I don't want to
live in an apartment."
Kathy Casaceli, a Couzeas res-
ident who came out of the draw-
ing unscathed, feels the Univer-
sity is testing student react:on.
She stated, "They're pusning us
just to see how far they cali go
-that's the sentiment around
here."
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seat.
As yet, no group or individ-
ual has plans to take the ordi-
nance to court to test its legal-
ity.
Attorney R. Michael Still-
wagon, a Second Ward resident
and former Democratic party'
activist, commented yesterday, I
"It may be possible to change
election law by amending the
city charter, but I don't think;
you can do it by ordinance."
THE CITY charter does not
allow for the withdrawal after
primary elections of primary
winners. The charter specifies
that state election law applies
to those cases which it does
not itself specifically govern.
Section 168.23 of .state law
on city primary election states:I
"After the filing of a nominat-
ing petition or filing fees by or
in behalf of a proposed candi-
date for city office, the candi-,
date shall not be permitted to,
withdraw unless a written no-
tice of withdrawal is served on
the City Clerk not later than
four o'clock . . . in the after-
noon of the third day after the

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