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Friday, November 14, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

Friday, November 14, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DIMLY

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TWO DIE IN AIRPORT GUNFIGHT

Violence

breaks

out in 1

By AP and Reuter
BEIRUT, Lebanon - Bands of
gunmen took over Beirut streets
yesterday in a wave of kidnap-
ings that touched off renewed
clashes between Christian and
Moslem militias.

guerrilla leaders.1 there, the spokesman said. had not yet been established.
But a police source said there He said the two men slipped He said four airport employes
was increasing evidence militia into the hangar at dawn when had been arrested by police dur-
leaders and guerrilla captains Pan Am staff, who had spent ing the incident, but did not
were unable to control their own the night there, opened the elaborate.
gunmen, leaving local cease-fire doors. One of them wore mottled' AN AMBULANCE carrying
committees powerless to halt field dress and the other was the bodies was attacked by Pal-

Army commandos killed two the abductions.; in civilian clothes.
armed men in an exchange of MOETA 17proswe PAN AM OFFICIALS tipped
fire at Beirut International Air-of aip r se uiy a ot teb-ot.T e g n re p e d p nc captured by roaming gangs boe ng tfl d e- o fftrpo t hsecuyh a bouet the .
pmot. Theuniresofpepniresigtfl,police reported, mengafr. te a lf
amon hunredsof pssenersadding to the 120 captured over:-agr
awaiting flights out of the jit- nig ht. The victims often are About 20 minutes later they
tery Lebanese capital. were surrounded and killed in
held only a short time but some- breexhneofiente
THE RENEWED violence times are tortured or killed if a bgre exchAeofireInin, the
emptied offices and shops. Most( their captors believe they have hangarusdb ArIiath
U..airline said.
Beirut residents fled home, fear- links with opposing forces. I nterior Minister Camille
ing the 10-day-old cease-fire in In the airport incident, a Chamoun told reporters the
Lebanon's civil war was head- spokesman for Pan American identity of the two gerla
ing for collapse. By late after- World Airways said the two men gurila
noon the city was deserted, had earlier slipped into their
Premier Rashid Karami called hangar looking for a car. They i D RM RI
an emergency meeting of his showed consideration for the
cease-fire commission consisting five Pan Am employes in the
of heads of Moslem and Chris- hangar, said they did not want University Housing CoL
tian private armies, national se- to hurt them, and left when they' tive in matters dealing v
curity chiefs and Palestinian were satisfied their was no car11ioIT O S

estinian guerrillas as it drove
past a Palestinian refugee camp
beside the airport road. Police
said the guerrillas escaped with
the vehicle and the bodies.

A Correction --
* Yesterday The Daily mistak-, _______________________
Np dwly reported that a drive to /
~ ~ ru t'withdraw the University dleni-
cals union (local 2001) from the )
United Auto Workers (UAW is
The army has boosted securi- backed by a group called Cleri-.)
ty at the airport following last cals for a Democratic Union
month's incident when two peo- (CDU). However CDU gives no4
ple were killed as gunmen support or sympathy to the new-
blasted their way into the main ly organized movement, and is:;C RS MA P CA
terminal building in avi i in fact adamently opposed to
to hijack an airliner to Cairo. withdrawal from the UAW.K
Kidnapings were reported in' S K I PARK CITYIUTAHJ
a wide variety of neighborhoods, Giraffes are found wild. only r e .3 -'n #
where gunmen threw up "fly- in Africa. The lion is its worst De.3 -Jn!t
ing. roadblocks." This is a Beirut enemy.
term for youths who brandish,_____
submachine guns, flag down WE FEATURE:
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the basis of religion listed on than Minnesota, but 15 times as . Non-stop American Airlines
national identity cards.I many people live there, jet departing Metro Airport.
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Volume LXXXVI, No. 62
Friday, November 14, 1975
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