100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

October 19, 1976 - Image 2

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1976-10-19

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

_
Page Two

-" THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, October 19,

T 9 6,

Page TWO ~- - THE MICHIGAN DAILY

EXPANDING AWARENESS

Chiang accused of
trying to kill Mao

Arab leaders vow to end
18-month Lebanese war

_i

HEALING
NOVEMBER 6-7,

1976

HYAT T REGENCY DEARBORN
DEARBORN, MICHIGAN
PRESENTED BY: The University of Michigan and The institute of Noetic Sciences
PROGRAM: A forum distinguished and articulate research scientists and clinicians who
will share exciting, innovative, and often challenging insights and ideas they are
exploring at the frontiers of health care. Many of the presentations will also teach
and demonstrate techniques useful in improving and maintaining personal health.
TOPIC INCLUDE: Health, Maintenance, Self-Heoling and Self-Help, Pain Control:
Alternatives to Drugs and Surgery, Growth for the Elderly, The Role of the Mind in
Cancer, The Inner Way to Weight Control, Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture, and
Clinical Uses of Biofeedback and Meditation.
FEE: $60 per person.
FOR INFORMATIONAL BROCHURE AND REGISTRATION MATERIALS, Contact The
University of Michigan Extension Service, Department of Conferences and Institutes,
412 Maynard Street, Ann Arbor, M d 48109; Telephone. (313) 764-5304.Hours
8:00 a.m.-Noon and 1:00-5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday.

(Continued from Page 1)
documents made available by
the university Communist Party
authorities.
The text of one, written Sun-
day by physics students, gives
a dramatic version of the vents
surrounding Mao's death on
September 9.
"When Chairman Mao was
gravely ill Chiang Ching did not
care. When Chairman Ma's
illness reached its crisis, Chiang
Ching disregarded opposition
and obstacles from the doctor'
and insisted on moving Chair-
man Mao in a vain attempt to
kill him," the students wrote.
THE BIG PINK poster de-
scribed Madame Mao and her
supporters - Vice Party Chair-
man Wang Hung-wen, Vice
Premier' Chang Chun-chiao and
top politburo ideolouge Yao
Wen-yuan - as "the gang of
four."
The group are understood to
have been placed under housel
arrest on October 7.
It added: "In the days fol-
lowing Mao's death, wherever

5
c
t
i

you looked all were sunk in BEIRUT, Lebanon () - An parently to help purge it of and streets, and maintain law
grief. 800 million people sin- Arab mini-summit agreed yes- guerrillas. Correspondents have and order, according to the
cerely hoped to preserve Moa's terday in Saudi Arabia to bring not seen Israeli troops in action communique.
body so that generation upon Lebanon's 18-month civil war with the Christians. IT SAID the force also will
generation might look upon his to a "decisive end" with a In Beirut, an escalation of help the Lebanese government
face. cease-fire to take effect at mid- blind shelling terrorized both regain control of the country
"BUT THIS game of four night tomorrow. Meanwhile, the Moslem and Christian sec- and revive Lebanon's economy
strictly opposed the preserving troops riding in Israeli helicop- tors while six Arab leaders and military institutions,
of the Chairman's body." ters captured a Palestinian completed a three-day confer- There have been some 50
There was a mysterious month stronghold in southern Lebanon. ence in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, cease-fires declared in the war
of silence following Mao's death A Lebanese Moslem officer in search of a peace formula. and they all quickly collapsed,
'without an' announcement of claimed the attacking forces at THE SAUDI state radio re- but it appeared that the Syr-
what would be done with his the town of Marjayoun were ported the leaders of Egypt, Sy- ians and Palestinians had stop-
body. Not until October 9 was Lebanese Christians backed by ria, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Leb- ped battling each other because
it announced Mao's remains Israeli transport and artillery. I anon and the Palestine Libera- of the summit meeting.
would be embalmed in a maued- He said Israeli forces also en- tion Organization (PLO) had Sadat met yesterday with Syr-
leum like those of other Com- tered the town after it was cap- agreed on the new cease-fire. ian President Hafez Assad and
munist giants. tured. Other Moslem leftists, al- It said a joint communique Palestinian chief Yasir Arafat
The poster, headed. "The lied with the Palestinians signed by the six also agreed to in an attempt by the three to
Towering Crimes of the Gang of against the right-wing Lebanese expand the small Arab League iron out their differences over
Fours," and the students were Christians and Syrians, claim- peace - keeping force in Leba- Syria's military intervention in
delighted when they heard news ed to have engaged Israelis in non to an army of 30,000 offic- Lebanon.
dthtPemient ard neghand-to-hand combat. ers and men to police the cease- A 'SYRIAN spokesman said
that Premier Hua Ko-feeg ISRAEL DENIED that its fire. Assad and Sadat agreed to stop
Mao's successor as party chair- forces were involved in the as- The Arab League units will their propaganda campaigns
man, and the central committee sault. "From the beginning they disengage the warring parties, against each other and to "re-
had adopted "decisive and re- have tried to involve Israel in implement the 1969 Cairo 'pact, sume normal ties."
ulate measures' against the the war," said a spokesman in governing the presence of Pal- T h e i r relations became
rebel leftists -presumably their Tel Aviv. "But this has not estinian guerrillas in Lebanon, strainedafter Syria bitterly
arrests. changed - Israel is not involv- supervise the withdrawal of mi- criticized Egypt for signing the
IT DESCRIBED the four as ed in the war." Ilitias, gunmen and heavy wea- Sinai disengagement pact with
"a dangerous cancer" which Correspondents have seen in- pons from Lebanon's war fronts Israel last year.
had long plotted to take over stances of Israel providing ar-
Chinese leadership. mored cars, weapons and ar- O
"When Chairman Mao was tillery support for Christian
alive they had already formed forces in the border area, ap- yh o ld W ilso
a clique and were intriguing,
plotting and stretching out their
reactionarytentacles E U at least one ont
"They antedto twst(th
"Te atdt tittenv arty and seize power . .. they1 at the{

i
I

I

4

I

ACTO

y

I

vainly thought they would be
the masters of China after Mao's
death," it said.

V-BELL

I

SA

LE

HI, my name is Bernie

By JAY LEVIN held on $100,000 bond in a cor-
Ricky Wayne Wilson, prime rection" facility in Louisville.
suspect in the Arboretum slay- Meanwhile, Wilson reportedly
ing of University freshwoman told Kentucky officials that he
Jeannine Boukai earlier this was not in Michigan at the time
month, refused to sign extradi- of Boukai's death.
tion waivers in Kentucky yester- "He is saying he was never
day, and will remain in that up here (Michigan) and he's
state for at least a month. made a statement that he's
Wilson surrendered Saturday been, there (Kentucky) since
morning to a policeman he knew July," said Washtenaw County
in Louisville, Ky., his h o m e- Sheriff Frederick Postill, who
town. According to authorities, has been in touch with Ken-
Wilson was apparently told there tucky authorities.
was a warrant for his arrest in HOWEVER, according to Ser-
Michigan, and wanted to resolve geant Donald Wolfe of the Louis-
the matter. ville Police Department, "his
THE SUSPECT is now being (Wilson's) mother said he came
in on a Greyhound bus (at an
unusiseitm).

2 DAYS ONLY-OCT. 20th & 21st
Factory Rep on the premises to help with your questions.
You're invited-Come on in and save some money.

b.

1
t
f

SUN PHOTO

3

it MAV

STR 7015
STR 7025
STR 7035

EIVER SALE
Reg. $220 NOW $159

Reg. $260
Reg. $300

NOW $179
NOW $199

1IDay

I

I

SON :

STR 7045 Reg. $370 NOW $268

STR 7045 SAVE OVER $100

ON FET EQUINPMENT
ON DIS~PLAY-COME IN FOR A DEMONSTRATION.

I

I

and I'm the UAC T-shirt spokesperson and I can see
you're admiring my T-shirt. Well I'm here to tell you
how you can get one too for only $3.75. If you think
my T-shirt looks good, you should see one in person,
five beautiful bands of color separated just like a
rainbow. They come in four different sizes-small,
medium, large, and extra-large (although mine is a
little smaller than small).
You can get your T-shirt at the UAC Ticket Central
located in the Michigan Union. For more info call
763-1107.
An added bonus: With every T-shirt purchased, get
UAC calendars at half the suggested retail price. The
same great UAC calendars you've seen in the local
bookstores with listings of University events, University
info (i.e. library hours for all libraries on campus),
drawings, photographs, and much, much more .. .

Color Print Service
PROCESSING LAB
20% discount on
Kodak processing
EASY DRIVING AND
PARKING
3180 Packard
I bWk. E. of Plott

Wolfe said that a search
of Wilson's parents' home by
detectives failed to uncover
Boukai's Yamaha motorcycle,
which the suspect was believed
to have stolen. Neither have au-
thorities located Leah Knox,
the woman thought to have fled
Michigan with Wilson.
"There's no indication that
she's here," said Wolfe.
BOUKAI'S handbag and wallet
were not recovered, either.
Kentucky authorities yesterday
asked sheriff's officials here to
begin extradition procedures on
Wilson.
Extradition is the legal pro-
ss by which a state attempts
tsend a prisoner to another
state to face criminal charges.
Had Wilson waived extradition,
he would have been returned
to Michigan some time this
week. According to Postill, the
extradition hearing will delay
the suspect's return between 30
and 60 days.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXVII, No. 35
Tuesday October 19, 1976
is edited and managed by students
at the University of Michigan News
phone 764-0562. second class postage
paid at Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109.
Published d a i1 y Tuesday through
Sunday morning during the U~nver-
sity year at 420 Maynard Street; Ann
arbor, Michigan 48109. Subscription
rates: $12 Sept. thru April (2 semes-
ters): $13 by mail outside Ann
Arbor,
Summer sessions published. Tues-
day through Saturday morning.
Subscription rates: $6.50 in Ann
Arbor; $7.50' by mail outside Ann
arbor

f

TA-5650

r_7

"" r te 6

2 DAYS ONLY

f 50 watts per channel, minimum
RMS at 8 ohms from 20Hz to
2OkHz with no more than 0.1 %
Total Harmonic Distortion
" Vertical FET amplifier stage

973.0110

NOW $459

Hours: 8:30-9:00M & F
8:30-5:30, T, W, T, S

I

DETAMAX VIDEOCASSETTE RECORDER
Mo~1el SL-7200 ,DESCRIPTION

I

PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISING
GRADUATING? WORRIED ABOUT A JOB?
A CARTER ADMINISTRATION WOULD CREATE
INCENTIVE FOR PRIVATE SECTOR JOBS BY:
" REFORMING the unemployment compensation laws
e PROVIDING federal funds for on-the-job training
FOR PUBLIC SECTOR JOBS IN DEPRESSED AREAS

Compact videocassette recorder/player
I Built-in UHF and VHF tuners (UHF channels
2-13, VHfIchannels 14-83)
Records on reusable videocassettes(60 min.
and 30 min. videocassettes available)
Easy to operate piano key function
selector buttons
One button Automatic Fine Tuning for crisp,
clear reception
Tracking control
Pause switch

I

I

BY:
" REBUILDING our railroads
" IMPROVING the
environment'
" REBUILDING our cities

IREMEMBER
Ford Has Vetoed
EVERY Job Bill
Passed by Congress
paid by Carter for President campaign

Bowl at BIG
and BEAUTIFUL
Union lanes
Never a wait
in the afternoon'

Come In For a

Model DT-20 DESCRIPTION

i

I

ONE THING AT the University of Michigan
you don't have to wait in line for...

FREE

DT-20 Clock Watcher:
digital clock/timer automati-
cally turns SL-7200 on
enabling timer-activated
video recordings.

DEMONSTRATION

I

/

A

ALUM ADDAiD A1IhicIf AAADT

I

I

I

I

I

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan