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Thursday, December 2, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

Thursday, December 2, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Laos enduring troublesome transition
BANGKOK, Thailand (AP) - er transition from war to revo- languid ways and there have international forces seem to= ernment of Premier Kaysone
Thousands of "undesirables" lutionary society than either been attempts to displace Budd- have balanced each other out. Phomvihan has made some
and former enemies of the gov- Cambodia or Vietnam. hism as the central moral force. Some Western diplomats say progress in reducing illiteracy,
ernment have lost their free- The Pathet Lao leadership, THERE ARE Vietnamese even a small dose of Ameri- providing free medical service,
dom in work camps and re-edu- strong on Marxist zeal but troops in the southern panhand- can economic aid could have expanding educational opportun-
cation centers since the Com- short of trained manpower, le, a sizable Soviet diplomatic considerable "political spin-off," ities and bettering the status of
munists took power in Laos a have been forced to take a more and economic presence near especially since Laos has ap- women
year ago today. gradual, pragmatic line after Vientiane and China solidly en- parently decided to keep open
The Pathet Lao launched a initially bulling ahead with eco- trenched in the north where its its window to the West. Some But these plans have been
drive to alter the traditional, nomic controls on farms and engineers are building roads. European diplomats in Vientiane difficult to implement because
slow-paced Laotian lifestyle, but businesses. But most' Western observers say Laos should be encouraged thousands of the educated elite
the changes have spawned what Nevertheless, efforts to create in Bangkok and in Vientiane to develop into a "Yugoslavia
is probably the most active in- the "new Lao man" have swept don't interpret this as a parti- of Southeast Asia." fled the country when the Path-
surgency in the three Commu- aside such centuries-old prac- tion of Laos. BUT ONE ambassador from et Lao came to power. It is
nist Indochinese nations. tices as sensual festivals, the Vientiane follows a strongly a Socialist country privately ad- doubtful, for example, that more
A TOUGHER regimentation taking of minor wives and the pro-Moscow, pro-Hanoi line in mitted he and the Soviet diplo- than a half-dozen qualified Laot-
undoubtedly lies in wait for the lavish lifestyle of the Lao elite. foreign affairs and is expected mats have been telling the Laot- ian doctors are left in the whole
average Laotian although to Laotians have been upbraided to become economically more ians to "be polite to the West
date there has been a far mild- for their easy-going, almost dependent on Vietnam as trans- and cultivate them for their ountry, Vientiane sources say.
portation links from the land- money."
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DAILY OFFICI
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Thursday, December 2
DAY CALENDAR
WUOM: Excerpts from Economic &
Social Outlook Conference, Nov. 18
&19 -w/Stanley E. Seashore, on

AP Photo

Hj k "Monitoring the Quality of Jobs,"
10 m am.a
A truck stop owner in Missouri had this 18 vheel tractor trailer placed on pylons to at- S Paet, 1025 Anel, 11mnt:,
tract attention to his- business. The truck serves as a billboard and comes complete with Pendleton Arts Info Ctr.: Liz
a spare tire for stranded travelers. Bergmann, "Dande," PAIC. Union,
noon.
Behav'oral Science Seminars:
Clyde Coombs, Mathematical Be-
SEEK $100 MILLION: h. vioral Science," 231 Angell, 13
p.m
Microbiology: Robt. Fekety, "Clin-
ical and Experimental Lessons
RR L.earned f omn Experimental Entero-
coccal Endocarditis," S. Lec. Hall,;
Med. Sci. II, 4 p.m.
Geology, Mineralogy: A. Key Beh-
WASHINGTON (Reuter)-The told a press co-ference yester- dridge Cleaver and his follew- rensmeyer, U. of California, Santa
Black Panther Party yesterday day that the suit- would, prove, ers within the party who open- Cruz, "Paleoecoloy of Recent Bone,
Y yeterdy, prty ho oen-Assemblages: A New Look at Plio-
filed a $100 million suit charg- beyond donbt, that "at the high- ly advocated the arbitrary use ieistocene vertebrate Communities
ing government officials with est level, the federal police, in- of violence," in order to lose in East Africa," 4001 CC Little, 4
conspiring to destroy the party chiding the FBI and the CIA, the group its support. ,'. Ni.ht: Greek, Turkish food,
and have its leaders assassina- conspired to kill and did kill Cleaver, an early Panther League Cafeteria, 5-7:15 p.m.
ted. at least eight party members. leader retrned from Paris Guild House: Poetry reading. D.
The suit, filed in the U.S. Dis- The Panther movement, form- earlier this year to face bail- roe, 7:30 p.m
trict Court here, claims that1 ed in 1966 by Huey Newton, de- jumping charges in California Music School: Jazz Band, Rack-
present and former top govern- scribes itself as an association and has renounced the party ham And., p.m.
ment officials carried on a 10- of black and -poor persons com- and its activities. G & S Society: "The Sorcerer,"
ear-lonn r v .-tt against th 111mittoa to ipinUV th ir en-U; Mendelssohn, 8 p.m.

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If you are from thenColumbus,
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Institute of Paper Chemistry, Ap-
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AN N Al)IIA.l)F[LM CC-Cl)
TONIGHT-Thursday, Dec. 2
BUTCH CASSIDY AND
THE SUNDANCE KID
(George Roy Hill, 1969)
AUD.A-7&9
Paul Newman as Butch Cassidy, Robert Redford as Sundance
Kid and Katherine Ross as Etta Place, the hot-blooded school
teacher who becomes emotionally involved with both New-
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men, gunmen, and train robbers in both the old west and
South America. A fine study of a remarkable friendship be-
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"
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uL;Ke' naionio t e t Vietnamese
coast are completed. The Laot-
ian leadership, however, shows
a strong nationalist streak and
for the time being at least the

Economically, Laos remains
one of the poorest nations' with
the bulk of its population of
three million living at a sub-
sistence level. Even so, the gov-

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y~111g g 1UL~ gdl HI mttea to improvingt ie r so-
black militant group - which cial and economic condition.
reached its peak of power and| During the 1960s the party be-
militancy in the late 1960s. ' came an acknowledged focus of
IT CHARGES that the officials concern for federal law enforce-
caused the assassination of Pan-|ment agencies.
ther leaders and burglarizing THE SUIT ALLEGES that a
and bugging plaintiffs' offices special FBI counter-intelligence
and homes. Harassment was program known as COINTEL-
still continuing, it added. "PRO, designed to disrupt the
Named in the suit are Attor- activities of black militants,
ney General Edward Levi' and made the Panthers its central
one of his predecessors John tre fe r atnLte
itchll~ ederee ueau In target after Dr. Martin Luther
Mitchell, Federal Bureau of I King was murdered in 1968.
vestigation (FBI) director Clar- Besides promoting the murder
ence Kelley, Central Intelligence of party members, the suit
Agency (CIA) director George charges' deral agencies plant-
Bush and his predecessors Wil Ied pro -iteurs to discredit the
liam Colby and Richard Helms.-t narty by encouraging violence in
The estate of the late FBI di- ?itsname, sabotaged construe-
rector J. Edgar Hoover, top of-' tive programs such as child-
ficials of the Treasury Depart- feeding efforts, undermined the
ment, the Internal Revenue Ser- party newspaper and intimidat-
vice, the Post Office and for ed potential financial backers.
mer Secretary of the Army It also charges that federal
Howard Calloway are also nam- agencies "committed their fi-
ed in the action. nancial and technical resources
PARTY HEAD Elaine Brown and personnel to support El-
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