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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Thursday1 December 4, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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(Continuedfrom Page 1) said that the banks of New,
Sen. William Proxmire (D- York, which hold much of Newj
Wis.), chairman of the Senate York's obligations, should dis-1
Banking Committee, said the close how they would benefit
Ford substitute for loan guaran- from Ford's bill.
tee bills pending in both the
House and Senate is the mini- "WE OUGHT to know howj
mum amount of assistance need- ; much the taxpayers are bene-
ed to prevent New York from'fiting these banks," Byrd said.
defaulting. Ford had said he But Proxmire said the New
would veto the House and Sen- York banks are taking "a beat-,
ate versions. n

never considered by either a FORD'S support was not much'
House or Senate committee and help in Tuesday night's FHuse
he said it lacked safeguards to vote, which saw the bill passed
protect taxpayers. by the unexpectedly narrow
"It's quite obvious we're'fac-,margin of 213 to 203.
ing a steamroller procedurefto Only 38 Republicans voted for
ram this bill through Congress," the bill and 12 of those were
Allen said. from New York State.
He said there has been no House leaders said later that
chance to shape or improve the several members had been
measure because the way it has ready to switch their votes if{
been presented to Congress it it had been necessary for pass-
comes down to a "take it or age.
leave it proposition.

Laos names new
leader;" King ousted
BANGKOK, Thailand (?P) - "Pathet Lao soldiers surround-
The Lao People's Congress on ed my father's palace in Lu-
late last night named Prince ang Prahang and Laotian Revo-
Souphanouvong, nominal lead- lutionary Communist party
er of the Communist Pathet: chairman Kaysone Phomviharn
Lao, as president of the new called on him to give up the
Lao People's Democratic Re- throne."
public of Laos, Vientiane radio
announced. Keysone Promvi- IN WASHINGTON, a State
harn was named the new pre- Department spokesman s a i d
mier. Wednesday the changes "con-
The national radio announced;firm the Pathet Lao's domina-
yesterday the creation of the* tionT of the country."

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POETRY READING
WITH
JIM ROBINS and BOB HOOT

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on TH
GUILD F

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IURSDAY, DEC. 4,
7:30 p.m.
HOUSE, 802 Monroe

AND PROXMIRE warned that
if Ford's bill is not passed,
nothing would prevent New York
from defaulting.
"We feel reasonably convinced
that if this legislation does not
become law by Dec. 11, or a
few days after that, nothing
can prevent a bankruptcy of

ng . .. a loss, a very big loss
on the fiscal crisis.
Sen. Jacob Javits (R-N.Y.){
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kcv s d rN k"This isan arrogant ap- NEW YORK Mayor Abraham.
banks consider New York banks Beamhiswho watchedothetHaus
to be in jeopardy because they proach," Allen said. Beame, who watched the House
have taken New York City ;The bill is likely to be passed vote from the public gallery,
bonds to help the city avert if debate can be cut off because Iosaid he was hopeful the Senate
default. several Republican senators lation.t
have agreed to support it now; n
ALLEN, who has threatened that Ford has changed his pre- If the Senate approves the

new republic and the end of
both the monarchy and the coa-
lition government. The move
consolidated Communist power
in Indochina.

"I wouldn't say it comes as
a surprise," said John Tratt-
ner, the spokesman.
However, he said the United
States was continuing to main-
tain relations with Laos.

New York City," he said. to filibuster the measure, said vious hard-line stance against Tmeasure it will go to Ford for tHERE HAD been specula-
Sen. Harry Byrd (Ind.-Va.) the bill before the Senate was helping the city in any way. his signature.r tion that Souphanouvong, half-
-- - - - hligtectinay ay hisiaur.brother of neutralist premier:
Souvanna Phouma, would be
made a figurehead president.
.Lebehg S c ar e ! 1 lea The streets of Vientiane, the
Laotian administrative capital
} f/"of 120,000, were unusually emp-
tv and que as the ruc d ye r a dioat an -{
Is raelis violatedconclude su A1mit nounced yeterday that an "his-
toric" People's Congress had ac-
cepted the abdication of King
Bmg e(Continued from Page 1) a communique was not neces- Savang Vathana and Souvanna
ferees were going to "set a new sary to "successfully accomplish Phouma's resignation.
style" by foregoing a confer- the purpose of the meeting." In Bangkok, the youngest son
ence-ending communique. Said
(Continued from Page 1) twell as Israel, saying that the Teng: pHE ADDED that "the atmo- of the 68-year-old king said:
meeting for a new Middle East aircraft and weapons used Tues- " sphere of the meeting has been s Bakihwtristenm
peace conference in "eieva, day were U.S.-made and the "WE THINK the importance very good." However, there has Brackish water is the name
preceded perhaps by private bi- pilots were trained by Ameri-lies in the visit itself ... We been no announcement of any given to a mixture of fresh and
lateral talks. cans. don't think the importance lies specific agreement or proposal salt water.
Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei in such superficial things as a discussed.
Gromyko, in a dinner in Moscow ABOU SHRAR also sniped at communique." The Egyptians first trained
Tuesday night, appeared to re- Egypt over its interim peace Ford took another turn at ad- Nessen's remarks focused at- and domesticated wild cats. I
ject the American proposal. accord with Israel. He said the dressing the conferees and on- t-ntion on what the President
Egyptaylookers,, saying: and Teng would say at the final
Egypian people and army "lokes~ arefrmoei-ittnanuttoahotdb
BUT TRATTNER said that so could not be "paralyzed in the "Discussions are far more im- state banquet today, hosted by
far the United States had re- face of enemy crimes. "portant than a piece of paper. the Americans. Their toasts
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ceived no official comment from
Moscow.
Meanwhile, air-raid sirens
wailed iin Beirut yesterday asj
two Israeli jets flew high over
the capital early yesterday af-
ternoon, reminding the Lebanese,
once again how easy it is for the
Israeli air force to use their
air space.
Later, Premier Rashid Karami
told reporters that Lebanon was
calling for a Security Council
mee-ing to discuss its protest
against the raids, carried out
against two Palestinian refugee
camps in northern Lebanon and
around the southern town of
Nebatiyeh.
REFERRING to the raids,
Karami said: "This barbaric
action gives a clear picture of
the behavior of this state (Is-
rael) based on racism, aggres-
sion and expansion."
The reported toll from Tues-
day's raids was higher than in
any other Israeli air attacks
this year.
Karami, along with most Leb-
anese press commentators yes-
terday, saw the raids as an
Israeli riposte to the U.N.'s
willingness to admit representa-
tives of the Palestine Liberation
Organization to next month's
debate on -the Palestine ques-
tion.
THE Palestine news agency,
Wafa, called a press conference
here yesterday in which spokes-
man Majed Abou Shrar de-
nounced the raids, saying that
the Israeli attackers dropped
anti-personnel bombs as well ast
high explosives.
Women and children were
among the casualties,, he sa d,
and Lebanese as well as Pales-
tinians were killed.
The spokesman had sharp
words for the United States as

He referred to a new program'
of action to be carried out by
the Palestinian movement in-
side Israel. Without giving de-1
tails he said: "You will soon j
feel the effects of this plan." l
Shrar noted that Israel choseI
to launch the raids when the
domestic security situation in
war-weary Lebanon had im-
proved. Security sources said
there had been no major out-
break of sectarian strife in the,
past 24 hours.
One body had been found in
Beirut, they said. Government:
employes turned up for work
yesterday in greater numbers
than in recent weeks, reflecting
greater confidence in the over-j
all situation.
theres
cla ssified

I would agree that actions and
agreements are much more im-
portant than words and discus-
sions are much more important
than communiques."
Ford's chief spokesman,, Ron
Nessen, told reporters yesterday

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AUTOGRAPH PARTY for & reading by
DONALD HALL
Poet in residence at the University of Michigan,
t+ In honor of the publication of his new book
The Town of Hill
in the Godine Poetry Chapbook Series
g} Woen with hats like the rear ends of pink ducks
applauded you, my poems.
These are the women whose husbands I meet on
' . airplanes,
who close their briefcases and ask, "What are you in?"
I look in their eyes, I tell them I am in poetry,
and their eyes fill with anxiety, and with little tears.
"Oh, yeah?" she likes that sort of thing? Hah-hah?
I guess maybe I'd better watch my grammar, huh?"
I leave them in airports, watching their grammar.
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