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fuesday, S'etember 27, 1977-The Michigan Daily

THE FOLKS EXPECT YOU TO
WRITE HOME ONCE IN A WHILE .

Israeli forces leave Lebanon
as new cease-fire takes effect

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BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) - Israeli
armor rumbled back southward across,
the border and the artillery barrages
that pounded embattled south Lebanon
for-weeks died down yesterday as a
U.S.-mediated cease-fire took effect.°
But the future of the truce remained
uncertain.
The truce took hold after a night of
heavy Israeli shelling of Khiam and
other guerrilla strongholds along the 18-
mile border battlefront, and after a
salvo of Communist-made Katyusha
rockets fired from Lebanon fell on two
northern Israeli towns, wounding eight
persons.
Yasir Arafat's Palestine Liberation
Organization (PLO) issued a statement
late yesterday saying Israel was "con-

tinuing to
aggression"
Lebanon.

spread its circle of
and was shelling south

BUT THE CHARGE could not be
immediately verified because report-
ers left the battle area in midafternoon.
Earlier, Associated Press Correspon-
dent Alex Efty reported from the Pales-
tinian-held Lebanese border village of
Khiam, a key target of the Israeli=
Lebanese Christian offensive, that the
big guns fell silent after the cease-fire
went into effect at 104a.m.
But he said there was no sign of guer-
rilla preparations to pull out in accord-
ance with announced provisions of the
agreement for mutual Israeli-
Palestinian pullbacks.
"I HAVE HAD only instructions to
observe a cease-fire and that I will do,"

said Khiam's guerrilla commander.
At the nearby village of Mari, four
Israeli tanks were observed crossing
back into Israel. But Efty reported that
two other Israeli tanks remained in
position between Khiam and Mar-
jayeun, one mile to the north, which
was held by Israeli-backed Christians.
A PLO spokesman here said earlier
yesterday that final details of the cease-
fire agreement were still being worked
out. A small radical guerrilla group,
Dr. George Habash's Popular Front for
the -Liberation of Palestine, vowed not
to abide by it.
In Israel, officials said the cease-fire
had taken effect and invited reporters
at the border town of Metulla to watch
as tanks and armored personnel
carriers that provided support for the
Christians in Lebanon returned to
Israel.

Women's Commission
now ready, set to go

After a long summer of reorgani-
zation, the University Women's Com-
mission is once again ready for action,
according to Ann Schlitt, program asso-
ciate for women's concerns.
The University's maternity leave pol-
icy should be one of the first topics ad-
dressed by the commission at its organ-
(fre izational meeting on Wednesday,
Schlitt said.

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sur

YOU know
what family
pla n ing is

NOW AN independent a ency within
the Office of Affirmative Action, the 20-
member commission still has positions
open, said Schlitt.
Members are selected from volun-
teers within the student body, profes-
sional and administrative staff, clerical
staff, faculty, and service-maintenance
personnel to act on women's issues at
the university.
Schutt said Wednesday's noon meet-

ing at 2549 L.S.A. is open to all mem-
bers of the campus community inter-
ested in women's concerns, whether
such persons are interested in serving
on the commission or not.
"If you've got a lot of time, you can
work a lot. If you've only got a little
time, you can work a little," she said.
Daliy Official
Bullein
Tuesday, September 27, 1977
DAY CALENDAR
WUOM: Andy Marlow interviews Ron Powers,
author of The Newcasters: The News Business As
Show Business, 104a.m.
Music School: Maria Meirelles, pianist, Complete
Set of Beethoven Sonatas for Piano, Part V1, Rack-,i
ham Aud., 8p.m.
GENERAL NOTICE
President's State of the University Address. Presi-
dent Fleming will give his annual address to the
faculty and staff in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre at:
8:00 p.m., Monday, October 3, 1977. Distinguished'
faculty awards will be presented furing the program.
A reception in the Michigan League will follow the.
ceremony. The meeting is open to all members of the-
University community.

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Tuesday, September 27, 1977
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