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Tuesday, October 5, 1976 , ,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

Indian government steps up
attack on largest newspaper

PIRGIM thanks those who have supported its
public interest work.
For those who wish not to fund, PIRGIM announces a
Pirgim Fee Cancellation

NEW DELHI, India (P) -
Prime Minister Indira Gandhi's
government, locked in an esca-
lating battle with India's larg-
est newspaper chain, sent arm-1
ed police to the Indian Express
offices yesterday and padlock-l
ed its presses.
The padlocking came just two I
days after the Express got its
electricity restored by court
order after a two-day blackout
{ which the Express charged was
part of a government campaign
against one of India's last inde-
pendent voices.
= LOCKING UP the
presses with a padlock and red
sealing wax, officials of the,
federally controlled Delhi Mu-
nicipal Corp. told the Express.
management the action was
prompted by a property tax
debt of some $100,000, officials
of the paper said.
IndianaExpress officials ac-
knowledged a long dispute over
property tax assessment, but
C claimed the unprecedented way
of handling the tax matter was
another salvo in the govern-
ment's 16th - month attempt to
force the management to take
a more enthusiastic editorial
line toward Ms. Gandhi's poll-
cies.
Indian Express officials said
they would go to court as soon
t-Ias possible to get their presses
e freed and to put forth their doc-
umentation that the tax dispute

was being handled in accord-, gency rule, was put under a
ance with the courts. government order Aug. 16 to
BUT THERE was virtually no submit all news and advertising
chance today's New Delhi edi- copy to government censors be-
tion of 80,000 copies could be fore publication.
published, though the Express That order was withdrawn
publishing centers in seven last Thursday, two hours after
other cities across India would the electricity was cut off and
go to press on schedule, offic- after six weeks of costly delays
ials said. in street distribution because
After the presses were pad- of the delays in completing the
locked at about 5:45 p.m., doz- censorship procedure.
ens of police officers, some THE MICHIGAN DAILY
carrying shotguns, milled about Volume LXXXVII, No. 23
in front of the large Express Tuesday, October 5, 1976
headquarters on Delhi's news- is edited and managed by students
paper row, and reporters stood at the University of Michigan. News
outside amid rumors the entire phone 764-0562. Second class postage
paid at Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109.
building might be sealed off. Published d a i ly Tuesday through
Within an hour, however, the Sunday morning during the Univer-1
police had been pulled off the sity year at 420 Maynard Street, Ann
remises and ~the nwro n Arbor, Michigan 48109. Subscription
prm i rand the ewsroom and rates: $12 Sept. thru April (2 semes-
administrative offices remained ters); $13 by maili outside Ann
open. Arbor.
Summer session published Tues-
The Express, one of the few day through Saturday morning.
English - language papers subscription rates: $6.50 in Ann
which has not enthusiastically Arbor; $7.50 by mail outside Ann
endorsed Mrs. Gandhi's emer-_Arbor.
There IS a difference!!!
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T HE FR ENCH T HEAT ER
PR ESENTS TO PLAYS IN FRENCH
AT THE LYDIA MENDELSSOHN
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1976:
LES CHAISES
A "TRAGIC FARCE" BY IONESCO
Followed by a Panel Discussion
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1976:
SPECTACLE MOLIERE
A Montage of Scenes from Eight
Plays by Moliere
BOTH PERFORMANCES 8 P.M.
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Zonked
"Zareeba" the zedonk, an elaborate cross between a zebra and a donkey, is the latest at

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world.
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SAN SEBASTIAN, Spain (AP)
-- Assassins waiting in ambush
along a downtown street opened
fire on approaching traffic with
machine guns yesterday, killing
one of King Juan Carlos' advi-
sers and three bodyguards and
wounding 10 persons.
It was the bloodiest attack
against the Spanish regime in
the 10 months since the death
of longtime dictator Gen. Fran-
cisco Franco. Authorities said
Basque separatists apparently
were responsible.
THE OFFICIAL, Juan Maria
de Araluce, 59, a member of
the ultra -conservative Council
of the Realm, was cut down
virtually on his doorstep as he
was being driven home to
lunch in the downtown section
of this Basque city.
An anonymous telephone call-
er told a San Sebastian news-
paper that the Basque separa-
tist organization ETA claimed
responsibility for the assassina-

tions of Araluce "and his guard-
ian dogs."
Araluce, president of the coun-
cil of the Basque province of
Guipuzcoa, whose capital is San
Sebastian, was reported to have
received death threats from the
ETA.
THE KILLINGS sent shock
waves through the government
in Madrid, where the king was
reported safe but under tight
security. Premier Adolfo Suarez
called his cabinet into emerg-'
ency session.
Police launched a massive
hunt fir the assassination squad
in t1 ian Sebastian area. Pa-
trols irtually sealed off the
nearby border with France, a
traditional haven for ETA mem-
bers. Coastal guards also were
alerted.
In 1973, ETA commandos as-
sassinated Premier Luis Carre-
ro Blanco and two other per-
sons by setting off a bomb un-
der a Madrid street as the pre-
mier drove by.

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