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Thursday, October 30, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

News Briefs
From Wire Service Reports

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Sadat at U.N.
Egyptian President Anwar Sadat made a formal request be-
fore the U. N. General Assembly yesterday for an early resump-
tion of the Mideast peace conference with the participation of the
Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO). Israel immediately re-
sponded that it "would be ludricrous to imagine that we would
sit down with the PLO."
Israeli Ambassador Chaim Herzog, after sitting through
Sadat's 32-minute speech, repeated to newsmen his government's
position that the PLO "stands for the destruction of Israel."
NEW YORK Mayor Abraham Beame refused to give Sadat
an official welcome to the city, but the reception was friendly
from Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim and from Third World
diplomats, who recently pushed a resolution through a U. N.
committee labeling Zionism as a form of racism.
Beame cited New York's large Jewish population and Egypt's
vote in favor of the Zionism resolution in refusing the Ford ad-
ministration's request to greet Sadat. Zionism is the advocacy of
a Jewish national homeland.
In his speech, Sadat asked Waldheim and the cochairmen of
the past Geneva conferences - the United States and the Soviet
Union - to "begin immediately their consultations with all the
interested parties - including the Palestine Liberaton Organza-
tion - so that the Geneva conference could be resumed in the
very near future . . . " He said its meetings "should continue
uninterruptedly to deal with the whole problem in all its aspects
in order to reach a just and lasting peace."
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Constitutional amendment
A House Judiciary subcommittee yesterday approved a pro-
posed constitutional amendment that would allow District of Co-
lumbia voters to elect senators and congressmen just like citizens
of the So states.
The civil rights and constitutional rights subcommittee voted
3 to 2 to send the proposal to the full Judiciary Committee, which
is expected to act on it next month.
The constitutional amendment would permit District of Co-
lumbia voters to elect two senators and as many representatives
in Congress as it would be entitled to if it were a state.
THE DISTRICT now may only elect a single delegate to Con-
gress and he is not allowed to vote. District voters have no U.S.
senators. A constitutional amendment requires two-thirds approv-
al of both the House and Senate and ratification by three-fourths
of the state legislatures within seven years from passage by Con-
gress.
The District's nonvoting delegate, Walter Fauntroy said after,
the subcommittee vote that "We have now passed the first hurdle
on a long and difficult path toward voting representation in the
Congress" for the District of Columbia.
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Bank robbery
Seven hostages were seized yesterday during an apparent
bank robbery in Cleveland by a man identified by police as hav-
ing once been on the FBI's list of ten most wanted criminals.
According to police reports, a man identified as Edward
Watkins, 56, entered a branch of the Society National Bank just
before closing time and demanded money. He claimed to be
armed with sticks of dynamite.
MONEY WAS PLACED in a valise for him, but then a teller1
triggered an alarm that sen police to the scene and the robber
seized the hostages. ie was demanding a van and money.
First, he permitted one woman teller, with a heart condition,
to leave along with one other person. Then, police said, he moved
the remaining seven - six bank employees and one customer -
into the basement of the bank. Police said his dynamite was
connected to a triggering device.
THE ANN ARBOR TEACH-IN presents:
HENRYK SKOLIMOWSKI
PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY
Dept. of Humanities, EnqneerinqSchool
"THE HIDDEN ROOTS OF OUR
TECHNOLOGICAL PROBLEM"

Thursday, October 30 ; tion," Aud. A, Angell, 4 pm.
Day Calendar Bus. Ad.: Kenneth Dayton, Day-
Ctr. Coord. Ancient, Modern Stu-I ton Hudson Corp., "Fashion is
dies: "Classical Traditions in Early Change," Hale Aud., Bus. Ad., 4
America," Kuenzel Rm., Union, 9 pm.
am-S:30 pm. Near Eastern Studies: Mendel
WUOM: Richard Strout, Christian j Kohnasky, Jerusalem Post, "The.
Science Monitor reporter, receivesk Subject of Warand Peace in Pres-
Fourth Estate Award at NPR, 10 ent Day Israeli Drama," 3050 Frieze,
am. 4 pm.
Ctr. Japanese Studies: Ginaa Theoretical Seminar: J. William-
Barnes, "The Preservation Move- sen, MIT, "Non-Abelian Gauge Te-j
ment in Okayama: Its Effects on hory of Quark Confinement on Lat-
Local Government," Commons Rm., Lce," 2038 Randall Lab, 4 pm.
Lane Hall, noon. snMedieval, Renaissance Collegium:
Medical Ctr. Commission for WO Marvin Feiheim, "Medieval Inspira-
men: 4558 Kresge I, noon. tion of Modern Films" Rackham
Pendleton Arts Information Ctr.: Amph., 4:10 pm.
Open Hearth," Nicholas Pennell, Studio Theatre: Cocteau's The In-
PTP artist in residence, UnionIfernal Machine, Arena Theatre,
noon. Frieze, 4:10 pm.
MHRI: Edward Goldsmith, editor, Int' 1Ctr.: USSR menu, League
The Ecologist, "Problems of Creat-I
ing a More Stable Society," 1057 era, 5-7:1 pm.
MHRI, 3:45 pm. Women of the University Faculty:
LSA, Bicentennial Committee: Angus Cambell, "Studies in the
Gordon Wodd, Brown U., "Social Quality of Life," Assembly Hall,
Radicalism of the American Revolu-
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Rackham, 7 pm.
Ann Arbor Teach In: Henryk
aSkolim'owski, "The Hidden Roots of
4our Technological Problem," 170
P&A, 7:30 pm.
Art, Architecture: Robert Na-
deau "Centering and Energy Aware-
ness," Aud., Art, Arch., N. Campus,
8 pmn.
Guild House: Ellen Zweig, poetry
reading, 802 Monroe, 7:30 pm.
jMusic School: Phillarmonia Or-
chestra, Hill Aud., 8 pm.
Alliance Francaise d'Ann Arbor/
Romance Languages: Le Treteau
Company de Parrs - Racine's Phi.
dre (in French), Power, 8 pm.
Women's Studies: Gertrude Stein:
When This You See Remember
Me; Virginia Woolf, Lee. Rm., 1, 9
pm.
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Killing time
Mamie Eisenhower, wife of the late president, plays solitaire and watches television as she poses
on the enclosed sun porch of her Gettysburg, Pa. home Tuesday for a pre-birthday picture. Mamie
will celebrate her 79th birthday on November 14.
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