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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, October 30, 1975 '

Page Two THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Thursday, October 30, 1975

MAST'S SHOES
YOUR
FRYE
BOOT
CONNECTION

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Interns contemplate action Reporter, shot in Lebanon,
(Continued from Page 1) University's "unresponsiveness" gency out-patient serviices
a1, where the members of H-OA to the ideas of the membership-e SOT00O a
re employed. The HOA is asking a per cent THE IIOA is negotiating with

nree major concerns moti-
vate the interns and residents,
Hodeen stated: wages, patient
care, and what he termed the

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CIA, FBI Assassinations, Corporate
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Veillance, Police Repression, Subversion
of the Forces of Dissent, Multinationals,
Behavior Modification, Psychological
Warfare...
WHA T CAN WE DO?
COME TO THE TEACH-IN
Nov. 2, 3 & 4-Hill Aud.
TICKETS for the entire conference are $3.00-available
at the door or through UAC in the lobby of the Michigan
Union. For more information call 995-0404.

if
you
see
news
happen
call
76-DAILY

increase in salaries; the Uni-
versity is offering 6 per cent.
But the union is quick to point
out that money is not the only
issue. "The University has not
been responsive to improve-
ments we would like to see in
patient care," Hodeen charges.
HE SAID the University was
unwilling to share its control
over hospital policy with the
staff.
Just what form the job action
might take has not been de-
cided. At last night's meeting,
it was suggested that there be
"informational picketing" out-
side the hospitals. Another tactic
would be to impede the Univer-
sity's billing procedure by re-
fusing to turn in the cards that
the hospital uses to bill patients.
But if these relatively moder-
ate measures fail to have any
effect, warned Hodeen, "there
was some suggestion that there
be withholding of non-emer-

the university for its third con-
tract. Talks began on July 22 (Continued from Page 1)
and the interns have been work- left an office building where he,
ing without a contract since had filed a story to his paper.
September 1. Armed men were checking his
The HOA describes the state identification papers when "one
of the bargaining at this point of them came up with a straight
as an impasse. The two sides razor and flipped it open and
met with a mediator Monday, started cutting my press card
but apparently there has been up . , . He said, "Maybe I slit
very little progress toward a your throat with this ---
settlement. You're an American, huh? Well,
tell President Ford, fuck him'
The HOA feels that it has "There was a barricade fur-1
made all the concessions it can. ther up the street and a sniper
Hodeen said that the mood ofthrmpthere t a idly
the meeting was definitely fav- from there shot at me. Wildly
orable to some sort of action. aimed shots went way over my
_________ head. I sort of fiche."

"I REMEMBER thinking to security position . . . about a
myself, I can see the gunsmoke blovk away. There was a hell of
and everything and I couldn't a lot of blood pouring, especial-
figure out why I was alive. I ly out of my left shoe, and I
stopped thinking about it and thought that I was going to bleed
started running . . . I was run- to death.
ning like hell. Then one of these "BUT, I kept crawling toward
younger men . . . who had orig- the security men and yelling,
inally checked my IDs came up 'Help, help, help' and waving
and poined his friends. Both of my arms. I could see that they
them were blazing away at me. could see me but they didn't
"Just as I was about to round: move out of their sandbag
a corner, and ducked behind position . . .
the wall where I would have "I sort of crawled on my belly
been out of the line of fire . . . across Hamra Street and then
three or four AK rounds caught a man dragged me into a side-
me in the left foot, and I went street where by pure chance the

SALZBURG FESTIVAL
TOPS LAST YEAR'S GATE
SALZBURG, Austria (M)-The
Salzburg Festival, which ran
from July 26 through Aug. 30,
played to 137,403 persons this
year.
They paid close to $4 million
for tickets to various presenta-
tions, exceeding the 1974 gate
by about half a million dollars.
Forty-two of the 89 presenta-
tions were taped by the Aus-
trian Radio and Television Net-
wor kand sold to more than 100
networks in 30 countries. Also,
there were 54 live broadcasts
from the Large Festival House.

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Departure date: December 25, 1975
Price: $499-Includes hotels, and
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AMERICAN ZIONIST FEDERATION
(212) 371-7750

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down . . . doctor from the Trade Hospital
CAPUTO SAID he walked "I started crawling toward a happened to be living."
about 50 feet when a fat, bald
man opened fire.
"I started this John Wayne T uteei
zigzag business and he fired
again. He hit me in the right
foot and I went down.
"I was thrown up against the as Moslems advance
wall and I was yelling at him
again to stop shooting and then
he kept shooting. He hit me (Continued from Page 1) tremist Palestinian guerrillas-
here with a grazing bullet wound themselves." many of whom refuse to recog-
in the arm,and then he hit me Informed sources said theI nize him as their leader.
in the back with a graze and cease-fire included a call for Official announcements said
then one went past my head and armed men to withdraw from the fighting tapered off after
ricocheted and hit me in the the European quarter of Qantari the announcement, but sporadic
head . . . I was quite amazed and the Holiday Inn area by shooting continued in many
that I was alive. sunset today. areas.
THE ANNOUNCEMENT fol-1 IN NEW YORK, President
l dowe a pledge from Yasir Ara- Anwar Sadat of Egypt told a
esERInstitute fat and other Palestinian guer-|meeting of business and media
Rrilla leaders to tell their followSEfigEres that the Lebanese vio-
O L D S M ITHers to hold fire "even if the lence is "a tragic thing for all
'debridae, Cornwall England other side continues shooting," of us."
F CREATING the sources said. Sadat, who had earlier ad-
It was unclear how much dressed the United Nations, said
BLE SOCIETY" authority Arafat, chairman of two steps should be taken to
the umbrella Palestine Libera- resolve the conflict: first, nego-
oresently at work to destroy tion Organization, wields over tiations between the battling
eoies for reversinq their de- the left-wing Lebanese Moslems factions to end the fighting; sec-
and their backers among ex- ond, negotiations between the
TOBER 30, 1975 ---- - Lebanese and the PLO without
1057, MHRI -.--/-vforeign interference.
MHRI ®A t l In Washington a State Depart-
ment snokesman said the U.S.
- I lans to evacuate most of the
*nItINj rs'maining dependents of U.S.
T110 tO . . officials in Lebanon by this eve-
I Ining.
A!%1Aa nP01I ITHE CONTINUING evacua-

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(Continued from Page 1) 1 .r
for so long-the large investors tion of U.S. nersonnel and their
and big barks?" Ford said. i families will leave about 175
IN A SPEECH to the National officials and dependents in Bei-
Press Club, Ford proposed rut by tonight.
amending federal bankruptcy State Denartment spokesman
laws to prevent New York City's Robert Anderson said an addi-
c"~y 'aetInif'su" I 2,500d A mert"d 1ics wer"
creditors from tying up the iol250Aeiaswr
city's finances in lawsuits if the still in Lebanon, including about
city~ ~ dfut.1,500 'dual-nationals.
On Mna h U.S. Emtbassy
He said that would make it lin eirut advised Amas
possible for the city to use what without essential business to
is left of its revenues, including leavet the couentryl foresthero
federal revenue-sharing or spe-il se country for their own
cial borrowing, to provide police ARAB DIPLOMATIC sources
and fire protection and other said Syrian Foreign Minister
services. I Abdel - Hamlin Khaddam h a d
New York Mayor Abraham contacted Premier Karami and
Beame called Ford's proposal urged him to go ahead with his
"nothing less than a declaration efforts to find a solution and
of default by the White House- not to resign.
a default of presidential leader- In Damascus, the spiritual
shiS." IYleader of Lebanon's Shiite com-
BEAME SAID in New York l mnnitv-the country's third larg-
that Ford "has created a cli- est religious group - called on
mate of crisis and confusion, Syrian President Hafez Assad in
which, if unchanged, would lead an anoarent effort to get Syrian
directly to a default." heln in ending the civil war.
New York Gov. Hugh Carey Observers said the leader,
also criticized the President's T-mam M o u s a A-Sadr, was
plan, saying, "The Ford for- tho"ght to be trying to get Syria
mula would make New York to intercede once again among
City a ward of a federal court, Lebanon's different religious
with an appointed judge acting sects.
as federal marshal, instead of President Assad has sent his
Washington acting as a guaran- foreign minister to Lebanon
tor while the city and state re- three times so far this year to
pair its fiscal integrity." help end the violence.
LECTURES Given By:
MR. MENDIEL KOHANSKY
Drama Critic-Jerusalem Post
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 29-7:30 p.m.
EAST CONFERENCE ROOM-Rackhom
WHO SPEAKS ON
"The Development of the Hebrew Theatre"
Sponsored by Speech Communication Theatre and Hillel
THURSDAY, OCT. 30-4 p.m.
3050 FRIEZE BLDG.
"The Subject of War and Peace in
Present Day Israel Drama"
Sponsored by Near Eastern Studies Dept.
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' It is
exasperating
to be called so -
persistently when
the last thing we want
to do is to get up and go
but God elects to
keep on haunting
like some holy
ghost.
The Great Intruder"
From YOU! JONAH!
by Thomas John Carlisle
Wm. B. Eerdmans Pub. Co-

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