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Sunday, September 9, 1973


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Sunday, September 9, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three

In then
PARIS - French President Georges
Pompidou flies to China Monday to re-
inforce political ties and boost trade.
He has told his cabinet in reference to
China: "We must have the best rela-
tions with her and reinforce our eco-
nomic cooperation, whose level does
not correspond to that of the friendship
between the two countries."
KUWAIT - Five Arab gunmen, who
seized hostages in Paris four days ago
in a bid for release of a Palestinian
leader imprisoned in Jordan, surrender-
ed to Kuwait authorities. Officials here
had surrounded their plane and refused
to allow them to continue their dramatic
and threatening flights a r o u n d the,
Middle East. All four Saudi hostages
were reported safe,
. MOSCOW - Andrei Sakharov, Soviet
physicist and outspoken critic of Krem-
lin policy, ignored a veiled threat of
arrest and repeated his warning to the
West to avoid "illusory detente" with the
Soviet Union. He told foreign newsmen
true detents requires respect for basic
human rights on both sides.
KIEV, U.S.S.R. - Britain's .Princess
Anne, defending her individual title at
the European Equestrian Championships,
fell from her horse when he stumbled
at a tough jump and withdrew from com-
petition..A doctor's preliminary diagnosis
of a broken collarbone was to be check-
ed later by X-ray.
ATLANTA, Ga. - I. W. Abel, the 65-
year-old chief of the United Steelworkers
of America, was re-elected without op-
position as president of the AFL-CIO's
Industrial Union Department. Abel was




ALGIERS (Reuter) - A poli-
tical declaration drawn up for
the approval of non-aligned lead-
ers meeting here yesterday wel-
comed the growing world detente,
but warned "peace is far from
A drafting commission of
foreign ministers agreed on the
text last night after days of dis-
cussion. It is due to be sub-
mitted to the summit confer-
ence today.
Detente is "a positive s t e p
towards the establishment of
peace," the document declares.
"While progress has b e e n
madeatowards east-west detente,
the fact ,that peoples are con-
fronted with colonialism, foreign
domination and occupation, neo-
colonialism, imperialism, a n d
zionism remain an undeniable
reality of our age."
The declaration went on to con-
demn colonialism, apartheid and
the gap between rich and poor
"As long as colonialist wars,
apartheid, power politics a n d
economic exploitation and plun-
der prevail, all efforts made to
ensure peace will prove limited
in principle and scope. "

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Georges Pompidou

Princess Anne

Mike Mansfield

I. W. Abel

named to a fourth two-year term by the
300 delegates attending the IUD's 10th
biennial convention here.
SPACE CENTER, Houston - Skylab
2 started its seventh week. Launched
July 28, the mission was in its 43rd day.
The 59-day trek in space will end Sept.
25. The astronauts spent the day sun-
watching with a powerful set of telescope
cameras and conducting medical exper-
WASHINGTON - Beef prices are not
expected to rise after the five-month
price freeze is lifted at midnight Sun-
day, according to the Nixon administra-
tion's top economist. Dr. Herbert Stein,
chairman of President Nioxn's Council
of Economic Advisers, said: "I think
we're going to have a period of not much,
chance." He said the present supply of
beef is adequate.
WASHINGTON - Senate Democratic

Leader Mike Mansfield says he thinks
Atty. Gen. Elliot Richardson will provide
the wiretap information sought in con-
nection with the Senate Foreign Rela-
tions Committee's consideration of Hen-
ry Kissinger as secretary of state. Rich-
ardson meets with the committee Mon-
day. The committee is seeking a report
on tapes reportedly made on 13 govern-
ment officials, including aides to Kissing-
er, and four newsmen.
WASHINGTON - The Democrats will
conduct their second fund-raising telethon
in two years, asking Middle Americans'
financial help to "take politics off the
auction block." The seven-hour produc-
tion will be held next Saturday. "We
want Middle America to have a piece
of the action," says Sen. Lloyd Bentsen,
D-Tex., chairman of the Senate Demo-
cratic Campaign Committee.
WASHINGTON - The Watergate in-
vestigations have cost taxpayers- more

than $1 million and future expenses may
raise the total price tag to $4 million
or $5 million. Most of the money is
meeting the salaries of the lawyers and
staffs of the Senate Watergate commit-
tee and those of the Watergate Special
r Prosecution force headed by Archibald


Cambodian city under intense
attack by insurgent guerillas

PHNOM PENH (Reuter) -
Communist-led insurgents fought
yesterday to regain control of
the market place in Cambodia's
third largest city of Kompong
Cham which counter-attacking
government forces had retaken
earlier in the day.
The Cambodian high command
said the guerrillas pumped more
than 100 mortar and 105-mm can-
non shells into government-held
positions today, but there were
no immediate reports of damage
or casualties.
The city, some 55. miles north-
east of Phnom Penh, had seem-
ed about to fall Friday when the
guerrillas surged across its
southern half, but government
forces fought back, retaking the
market, main hospital and the
university. ,
The high command said last
night the insurgents still control-
led the southern sector and the
western approach to the city's
airport, where government forces
have been pinned down for sev-
eral days.
An army lieutenant who was
wounded at Kompong C h a m
and brought to Phnom Penh Fri-
day told Reuter yesterday t h e
situation when he left looked
He said he commanded a posi-

tion on the west bank of the
Broad river near Kompong Cham
and had at one point come upon
guerrillas 50 yards away direct-
ing mortar fire towards the city.
Another time, insurgents using
a loudspeaker called him by
name and said: "You're in our
hands now."
He said the fighting inside
Kompong Cham was confused
and claimed insurgent forces
were dressing like Cambodian

soldiers and staying inside build-
ings, making it difficult to dis-
tinguish them from the few resi-
dents who have stayed on despite
the fighting.
The lieutenant was one of doz-
ens of'" troops evacuated from
the city Friday by a navy convoy
which brought in fresh supplies
and reinforcements.
Another convoy was picking its
way down the Mekong River
towards the capital yesterday.




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