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Wednesday, April 13, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY DIGEST APRIL 13, 1977

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETiN

From Wire Service Reports
Iternational
Spanish official.
resigns
MADRID, Spain - Spain's
navy minister has resigned
from the cabinet in protest over
the government's legalization of
the Communist party, govern-
ment sources said yesterday.
But King Juan Carlos block-
ed a potential exodus of dissi-
dent military leaders by con-
vincing the head of the air
force to stay on, the sources
sPUBLISHED reports of miii-
tary disagreement with the de-
cision of Premier Adolfo Suarez
to legalize Communists came
as bands of right-wing youths
shouted pro-Franco slogans in
the Spanish capital in- attempt-
ed anti-Communist denionstra-
tions. The government ordered
extra police into the streets. No
clashes were reported.
The ultraright newspaper El
Alcazar, organ of Franco war
veterans, said 'Adm. Gabriel
Pita de Veiga, 68, offered his
resignation to Suarez as a pro-
test over the legalization of the
Communists by the premier
three days ago. Suarez accept-
ed the resignation, government
sources said.
National
U.S. gives
WASHINGTON - The Carter
administration has agreed to
give the embattled African na-
tion of Zaire about $13 million
in "nonlethal" military aid,
State Department/ spokesman
Hodding Carter said yesterday.
At the same time, Carter said
a Zairean request for emer-
gency military aid had ben re-
jected.
THE SPOKESMAN said the
African country would be sent
one C130 cargo aircraft worth
about $9 million. The rest of
the aid consists of radio equip.-
ment, spare parts for airplanes
and vehicles and assorted re.-
lated material.
In explaining why the non-
lethal was chosen over presum-
ably combat-related aid, Carter
said the United States "was at-
tempting to provide assistance
to help Zaire stabilize the situa-
tion and protect its borders."
Combat materiel would only

July 9 after having served 32
months, or one-third, of the sen-
V.:..;.....,.....' .**~.. . ...... plus 18 months for refus-
~.,..... ~ing to testify before the Water-
~.S~~)Igate grand jury.
~ ~ :.::..,~ \ oLIDDY WAS the mastermind
S...........\~. ..>SS\...the Watergate burglary. He
conceived the plan, presented
it to John Mitchell, the head
S...of Richard Nixon's re-election
committee, for approval and
recruited the other six men who
participated in it.
4 In his only interview since
~ ~...convictionyLiddy said of Nixon:
"I think he has demonstrated
~ ~ toward the end of his presi-
..............~dency that he was insufficient-
ly rutlessn that, in these do-
.... ,.~ ..,mestic difficulties inidwhich he
.......~ws ngge, edi nt c
~~...

didacy was made possible by
a new law which provides some
public money for gubernator-
ial hopefuls.

He said he is
GOP - dominated

because
priate"
mission
date.
kalls
Iponent

it would
to serve
while he
has been
of utility

quitting the
PSC June 1
be "inappro-
on the com-
is a candi-
a vocal op-
rate hikes,
has voted

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sent in TYPEWRITTEN FORM to
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more information, phone 764-9270.
Wednesday, April 13, 1977
DAY CALENDAR
wUOM: National Town Metting:
Gotand Sacriice: Lit on th
American Dream?", panelists Robert
Coles, psychiatrist and author, and
commentator, George will, modera-
tor, Douglas Kilker, NBC, 10:30 am,
*owod Rom Coffee houreto
cy, 1006 Angell Hall, 10:30 am.;

Awards walker Percy, "The state
of the Novel: Dying Art or New Sci-
ence," Rackham Amp., 4 p.m.
Physics/Astronomy: F. Low,' Mass-
achusetts Institute of Technology,
"'The Size and Shape of High En-
ergy Collisions," Dennison Coil.
Id./Oper. Eng.: Michael Maltz, U.
of fllinois, Dept. of Criminal Jus-
tice, "Policy-Related Mathematical
Modeling: Cigarette Smuggling and
Criminal Recidivism," 229 W.E., 4
Music School: Faculty Recital, SM
Recital Hall, 8 p.mn.
Pacific plays eight of its 11
games under lights this season,
including the first four at
home.

and consistently
against them.

New Mexico State will play
five teams from Texas this sea-
son. Four of the games are at
home.

A COLLEGE RING.
It's a symbol for life

No peace in Lebanon
BEIRUT, Lebanon - Two years ago to-
day war exploded in Lebanon, the opening
act of a bloody tragedy that the country's
leaders and people are trying desperately
to forget.
Government censorship forbids any men-
tion in the Beirut press of the artillery bat-
ties still sputtering along the southern bor-
der with Israel between Palestinian guer-
rilas and Christian militias.
From conversations with a broad range of
Lebanese it appears most people would
rather not -know about the continuing fight-
ing anyway. That would intrude on efforts

AP Photo
to pick up where everyone left off before
"the events," as the civil war is politely
called here.
The events began April 13, 1975, with a
Christian ambush on a busload of Palestin-
ian refugees. They ended, at least for the
time being, when Syrian troops occupied
most of the country last November.
In the meantime, about 40,000 persons
were killed, most of them civilians, and the
city center that once made Beirut the hub
of oil-based Middle East commerce was
reduced to rubble. The battles also created
a chasm of hatred between Moslems and
Christians, despite frequest protests from
both sides that sectarianism was not behind
the war.

Rails announces
LANSING - State Public
Service Commission member
William Rails began his cam-
paign for governor yesterday
with no money, a fierce field of
likely opponents and a long,
hard road to the ballot box in
1978-
The 38 - year - old Democrat
becomes the first to go all the
way in announcing his candi-
dacy.
OTHER LAWMAKERS who
have their eye on the Demo-
cratic nomination include state
Senators William Fitzgerald of
Detroit and Patrick McCollough
of Dearborn and House Speaker
Bobby Crim of Davison.
Rails, named to the .PSC by
Milliken in 1971, said his can-
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Wednesday, AprIl 13, 1977
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lead to inicreased fighting when
the United States is working to
reduce the combat, Carter in-
dicated.
P RE S IDE NT Valery
Giscard d'Estaing yesterday de-
fended French logistic aid for
the Moroccan forces in Zaire
as sending "signals of security
and solidarity" to Europe's
frinds in Africa.
Giscard d'Estaing repeatedly
denied that any French troops
''are or will be fighting''
against exile rebels who, in-
vaded Zaire's Shaha province
last month.
He said French troops cur-
rently in the threatened cop-
per - mining center of Koiwezi
were only instructors training
local troops and helping to
maintain French-supplied equip
maintain French - supplted
equipment.

WASHINGTON - A survey
of travel by employes of three
government agencies shows 15
per cent of the trips violated
standards for approved federal
travel, congressional auditors
said yesterday.
GAO auditors examined 119
trips by employes of the State
Departmeht, the National In-
stitutes of Health and the Fed-
eral Aviation Administration.
THE ,GAO SAID 18 of the
trips appeared to violate these
federal criteria for approved
travel: the number traveling
should be kept to a minimum;
a more efficient alternative
should not be available to ac-
complish the purpose of the
trip; and attepdance at confer-
ences and meetings should be
limited to those sessions essen-
tial to the agency's or em-

ploye's job.
"Travel is essential to good
management of government
programs," Brooks said, "But,
as this report shows, there
also must be good management
of travel to assure that sub-
stantial expenditures are fully
justified.'"
The GAO said the government
should evaluate carefully the
purpose of employe travel and
keep more precise records.
Cartr comuts
Liddy's sentence
WASHINGTON -- President
Carter commuted the 20-year
prison sentence of Watergate
burglary chieftain G. Gordon
Liddy to eight years yesterday,
saying it was "in the interests
of equity and fairness."
The 46-year-old Liddy thus
will be eligible for parole on

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