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Israelis
hit bases

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, September 17, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, September 17, 1972

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Beirut radio said the Syrian gov-
ernment offered to "extend what-#
ever assistance Lebanon needs."
The Lebanese government de- :
cared a state of emergency but
decided against asking for a meet-
ing of the U. N. Security Qoun-
oil. Salam said it would be "like:
going to the wailing wall again."
IHe referred to the U. S. veto
last Sunday which obstructed a.
council resolution condemning Is-
raeli air raids against guerrilla;
camps and villages in LebanonI
and Syria on Sept. 8.
Salam said Britain and France
were trying to persuade other :"
European countries to join togeth- .' ..
er to convince Israel to withdraw.
The f prime minister said 17
Lebanese soldiers were killed in {
yesterday's fighting. A later mili-,
tPry communique said a total of
61 Lebanese soldiers were killed,
wounded or missing.
Israeli's chief of staff, Lt. Gen. Pope Paul VI
David Elazar, indicated that doz- an escort of
ens of Palestinian guerrillas were "Catholic tra'
killed in the Israeli onslaught.
"The terrorists ran away," Ela-
zar said. "If they had stood and
fought they would have lost hun-
dreds killed instead of dozens."
The general said the assault and
last week's air raids were not di-
rect reprisals for border clashes
or the 1M4unich Olympic slaughter, The Daily Offi
"but they are part of a war against official pubhca
but heyarepar o wa agins sity of Michiga:
terrorism . . . It won't settle the sen in TYtf h
war but it is an important contri- 409 E. Jefferson
bution." the day preced
The Israeli military command by 2 p.m. Frida
said one of its soldiers had been Student organ
killed. It reported taking many not acceptelf
Arab guerrillas prisoner. more informat:
Tel Aviv communiques said the SUNDAY,'
Israeli army tried to prevent ci- DAY CALENDAR
vilian casualties and that it clash- "TV Center Fil
ed with regular Lebanese army Privacy," wwJ-T
units only because the Lebanese Music School:J
Unit ony beaus t aesetoral, Organ Stu(
fired first. Sources in Beirut re- -Music School:t
jected that contention. duo pianists, ha
"They attacked the Lebanese MONDAY
army, and the Israeli operation E onAYa
was not one with limited objec- K Mancy, "wat
tives," said an informed source.-
The Israeli command said tanks,
half-tracks and search and-destroy
units swept through 13 Arab vil-
lages harboring guerrillas. It said<
air force jets bombed and rocket-
pd 10 more centers which Israel
considers to be guerrilla camps.

Nixon, Agnew disclose
statement of net worth
(Continued from Page 1) counts, money held in trust, and
has been used for improvements to equity in real estate.
his home or deposited in the bank." The vice president's annual sal-
"With the exception of s m a 11 ary is $62,500. He also receives a
sums of interest paid on his sav- $10,000-a-year expense allotment.
ings accounts," the statement said, Agnew's statement broke down
"the President's, total income is I this way:
derived from a yearly salary of Cash in savings and checking ac-
$200,000 and a yearly expense al- counts $67,250; cash surrender val-
lowance of $50,0000." ue of life insurance and civil serv-

MASS MEETING
Homecoming 1972
" Those Were The Day
OCTOBER 25-29
WORK ON ONE OF THESE COMMITTEES
t PUBLICITY ALUMNI RELATIONS
SPECIAL EVENTS THEME
l G RA PH ICS
COME TO THE MEETING-TUES., SEPT. 19
.- F7r30 p.m.
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The statement disclosed that Nix-
on still owns two building lots in
Key Biscayne, Fla., as well as two
houses there. In addition, he owns
a lot in his old hometown of Whit-
tier, Calif., plus his oceanfront
home at San Clemente, Calif.
No breakdown on the value of the
lots was given but in 1969 the Flor-
ida lots were listed at $37,600 and
the one in Whittier at $75,000.

ice retirement, $25,000; real estate
in Baltimore County, Md., $15,500;
equity in a condominium at St.
Croix, Virgin Islands, $14,000; trust
with attorney George W. White
$62,000; and furniture and personal
property, $15,000.
Nixon's statement made no
breakdown of the value of the
California and Florida properties
In 1969 he purchased the two homes
at Key Biscayne for a total price
of $252,000 and the San Clemente
property for $340,000.
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Papal visit
I rides in a launch, (center) as the craft passes under the Rialto Bridge in Venice with
vessels yesterday. He appealed to Roman Catholics in the city to remain faithful to
dition."
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The Florida and California pro-
perty was valued at $809,747, with
outstanding mortgages of $518,038
- or an equity of $291,709 in the
parcels.
This compares with a real estate
equity of $107,900 reported in his
1969 statement.
The President has $363,585 in
cash, savings certificates and U.S.
Savings Bonds, the statement said,
as well as personal property such
as furniture valued at $55,113 and
life insurance with a cash surrend-

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tion of the Univer- of Pub. Health I Aud., 1 pm.
n. Notices should be Computing Center: "Advanced Uses
WRITTEN FORM to of U-M BASIC," Seminar Rm., Com-<
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for publication. For
ion, phone 764-9270.
SEPTEMBER 17
m: "The Assault on
rV, Channel 4, noon.
J. Ostryniec, oboe doc-
dio 2110, 4:30 pm.
E. Bossart & C. Fisher,
ckham Aud., 4:30 pm.
SEPTEMBER 18
Health Seminar: Dr.
er Pollution Problems

Inst., "Some Features of Inelastic Pro-
ton Proton Collisions," P&A Colloq.
Rm., 4 pm.
Psychology 171 Film Series: "John 17
Months: Nine Days in a Residential
Nursery," UGLI Multipurpose Rm., 4
pm.
Carillon Concert: Beverly Buchanen,
carilloneur, Christ Church Cranbrook,
Burton Memorial Tower, 7 pm.
Computing Center Film: "Use of the
Teletype in MTS," Aud. D. Angell Hall,
4, 4:45, 7, 7:45, & 8:30.
GENERAL NOTICES
Applications for U.S. Government
Scholarships for 1973-74 under the
Fuibright-Hays Act: must be complet-
ed and filed with Graduate Fellowship

Office, 1014 Rackham by Mon. Oct. 9, er value of $54,811.
1972.
Candidates who wish to apply for an McGovern reported a net worth
award must be U. S. citizens at time of
application, have Bachelor's Degree or of $271,600 on Jan. 28. Most of it
its equivalent by beginning date of was equity in homes in the Wash-
grant, and in most cases, be proficient
in ]anguage ofmhost country. Selections ington area and in South Dakota.
will be made on basis of academic re- McGovern's running mate, Sar-
cord, feasibility of applicant's proposed
study plan and personal qualifica- geant Shriver, is expected to dis-
tions. Preferencegiven to those who close his net worth within the "next
have not had prior extended study or
residence abroad, and who are under few, days, Shriver's office said.
age 35.Ad
Application forms and info for stu-
dents currently enrolled at The U of M sident's net worth consisted main-
may be obtained from 1014 Rackham.k
Deadline for filing completed applica- ly of savings and ch ing a
tions is Oct. 9; qualified and interested _ _ __--
students urged to act quickly so nec-
essary procedures may be completed by
deadline. If you have questions, call
764-2218. AS YOU LIKE IT!

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