THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, March 29, 1973
Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, March 29, 1973
LIBYA MAINTAINS INNOCENCE
U.S. rejects Libyan reply:
denial of attack unacceptable
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WASHINGTON, (Reuter) - The!
United States yesterday rejectedr
as unsatisfactory a Libyan reply
to its protest against the attack,
on a U. S. military aircraft over
the Mediterranean a week ago.
The Libyan reply, which denied
that Libyan fighters attacked thej
C-130 transports plane, widely re-;
ported here to have been on a spy
mission 82 miles off the Libyan
coast, was returned to the Libyan
charge d'affaires, State Depart-
ment spokesman Charles Bray'
Asked the reason for the unusual
diplomatic rejection, Bray said:
"The tone of polemics - indeed
there were four pages of polemics
-and the fact that the note denied,
what we know to be a fact - that
our aircraft was fired upon by
The United States claims the un-
armed transport aircraft was at-
tacked by two Libyan air Force
Mirage fighters while on a mili-
tary mission over international
waters. The State Department has,
refused to discuss the mission, but
informed sources said that the;
plane carried electronic surveil-
The Assistant Secretary of State
for African Affairs, David New-
som, handed the note back to the
Libyan charge d'affaires, Muhar-
ram Ben Musa after reading it,
Bray took the unusual step of
quoting for reporters what New-
som told the Libyan diplomat.
After expressing the U. S. de-
sire for good relations with the
Libyan Arab Republic, Newsom waters 40 nautical miles north-
said: north east of Tripoli. The boat
"We cannot, however, accept as later docked at Tripoli.
satisfactory or consonant with a The Italian Consulate - General
businesslike resolution of our dif- in Tripoli, contacted from Rome,
ferences the reply as presented. was at pains to play down yes-,
We regard the reply as unsatis- terdays incident. It said the boat
factory both in form and in sub- would be leaving Tripoli the min-
stance." ute the sea was calmer.
According to the U. S. version of "It was a small incident which
the incident the C-130 based in has been completely resolved," he
Athens, never approached closer said. "The Borgea is free to go
than 75 miles from the Libyan whenever it wants but the sea is
coast. It was shadowed by two very rough at the moment and the
Libyan Mirage planes and then skipper is waiting for the swellI
fired upon byone or both of them. to subside."
The U.S. aircraft escaped by duck- Port authorities here said that
ing into cloud cover. the skipper, Capt. Vosimo Gan-
Diplomatic observers here spec- citano, was unaware that he had
ulated that the U. S. plane may sailed into a military exercise
have been watching for Libyan area.
aircraft seeking revenge on U. S. They said that after the attack,
or Israeli commercial aircraft in e skipper radioed Tripoli port
retaliation for Israel's downing of authorities for an explanation and
a Libyan airliner last month. More told them of the damage to the
than 100 people died in that crash. Borgea. The Libyan authorities
In what is assumed to be an un- told him to head for Tripoli so that
related action, a Libyan plane they could check the boat and put
dive-bombed a Sicilian fishing it right.
boat in international waters near
Sicily, peppering it with shrapnel, LONDON (UPI) - It was like
when it strayed into a sea and air old times when Mrs. Irene Atkins
exercise. divorced her husband Th'irsday on
The boat, the 170-ton Borgea, grounds of his unreasonable behav-
had its portholes and navigation ior. She had been through it all 10
lights shattered and suffered sev- years before with the same man.
eral small holes from shrapnel Their first divorce after three
when the Libyan plane dropped years of marriage was on grounds
three bombs at it, one exploding of cruelty. "Never again," s a i d'
only 60 feet away, the authorities Mrs. Atkins after the second di-
said. vorce. "When I married Thomas
They added that none of the 14 for the second time, I was told by
crewmen were hurt in the attack, a welfare officer that he was a
which took place in international changed man."
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The University of Michigan Press wishes to extend
hearty congratulations to Lynn Eden, on the occasion
of the nomination of her book (Crisis in Watertown:
The Polarization of An American Community, The
University of Michigan Press, $6.95) for the 1973
National Book Award in
Written while the author was still an undergraduate at the
University of Michigan's Residential College, Crisis in Water-
town involves the reader in the gradual polarization of a
small midwestern town. Lynn Eden's account - recorded
largely in the participants' own words - is a true and
remarkable document of our times.
"The 'crisis in Watertown' (Wisconsin) revolved around the
firing of a young activist minister from the establishment
Congregational church . . . by allowing Watertown's resi-
dent's to speak for themselves, Eden has provided hard
evidence of the continued isolation and remarkable paro-
chialism of small-town America."
--Frank A. Burdick, Library Journal
to do just that by becoming a
modern missionary priest or
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tice in Jesus' name to the
CRISIS IN WATERTOWN
The Polarization of an
"Crisis in Watertown is a superb piece of reporting. Its
author has carefully collected testimony from all points on
the Watertown political compass, and resisted the tempta-
tion to pass any judgments herself. The result is a rare
opportunity to gain insight into a process in which we are all
involved, and in which the stakes may be survival."
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