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Tuesday, January 13, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three

Death toll rises in
Lebanese civil war

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BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP)-Day-
long street fighting escalated in
Beirut and northern Lebanon
yesterday with an official casu-
alty count of 64 killed and 115
wounded. U.S. Embassy person-
nel were driven to their homes
in bullet-proof cars.
Left-wing gunners stormed
through the downtown tourist
hotel area to reach and capture
the unfinished Hilton Hotel tow-
er used as a .stronghold by
right-wing Christian Phalangist
gunmen.
FOR THEIR PART the Pha-
langists re-established them-
selves in strength in the 25-
story Holiday Inn, which over-
looks the, Saint Georges and
Phoenecia hotels, which are in
leftist hands.
A security spokesperson said
the Hilton was seized by the
leftists after a four-hour fierce
exchange of mortars and rocket-
propelled grenade fire.
The fighting, which erupted
last April, is over Moslem de-
mands for political and econom-
ic reforms and Christian resist-
ance to them until the govern-
ment clamps down on the Pales-
tinian guerrillas.
THE HOTEL AREA and the
adjacent Ein Mreise quarter,
where the American Embassy
is located, were declared un-
safe. Motorists and pedestrians
were advised to avoid this area
because of rooftop snipers and
flying roadblocks set up by both
Christian and leftist gunners.
The U.S. Embassy building is
in the direct line of fire from
the Phalangists in the Holiday
Inn shooting on Moslem posi-
tions. An embassy spokesperson
said bullets whizzed past all
day. For protection embassy
staff were transported to the
building from their homes in
bullet-proof cars, he added.
Fighting continued unabated
between Palestinian guerrillas
and Phalangist militiamen along
roads commanding the fringes
of Dekwaneh, Nabaa and Sinn el
Fil, predominantly Christian
suburbs housing Palestinian ref-
ugee camps.
THE TWO SIDES used mor-
tars and heavy machine guns,
as the Phalangists continued to
control the approaches to thel

refugee camps and to maintain
a week-old food blockade around'
them.
"We are trying to avert a
head-on collision in the camp
area," a guerrilla spokesperson
said. "But we will not permit
the food blockade to continue.
Food convoys will have to reach
the camps unconditionally."
Another guerrilla spokesperson
denied responsibility for the cap-
ture of a military convoy Sun-
day. The convoy, made up of
six armored personnel carriers,
three armored cars and a tank,
was transporting food to the
blockaded refugee camps at Tel
Zaater and Jisr el-Basha on the
northeastern edge of Beirut.
"THE ARMY CONVOY was
captured by the armed citizens
of the Chiyah suburb," said Lt.
Abu Khalil of the extreme left
Popular Front for the Liberation
of Palestine-General Command.
The convoy was returned to
the army by Yasir Arafat's
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion. This move dissatisfied the
Moslem gunmen of Chiyah so
much that they returned their
weapons to the PLO.
"We will continue this war
on o'.r own. We don't want to!
continue receiving orders from
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Paris left-wing newspaper
plans publication of names
PARIS (Reuter)-An extreme ed his name. cording to methods already
leftwing French newspaper said A Liberation spokesman ad- used by the U.S. leftist maga-
yesterday it is going to print mitted that some of the men zine, Counterspy, which claim-
the names today of 32 agents on the list that his newspaper ed to identify CIA agents
of the Central Intelligence Ag- planned to publish might suffer through car license plate, so-
ency (CIA) attached to the U.S. from being named. cial security and other identifi-
Embassy here under diplomatic "But we are not pinpointing cation numbers, which differed
cover. them for assassination," he told from those of bona fide diplo-
The newspaper, Liberation, Reuter. "By making their mats.
said it would print 20 more names and, in some cases, their The U.S. embassy here would
names tomorrow. 1 personal addresses known, we not comment on the matter im-
THE PRINTING of the lists to prerate hereo mcon- mediately, but embassy officials
tinuing t prt ee Every- made it clear they knew that
comes less than a month after one knows what the CIA is re- dh
the murder by unknown gun- sponsible for." publication was imminent.
men in Athens of the CIA sta- After the killing of Welch in
tion chief there, Richard Welch, HE DECLINED to name any Athens on December 23, official
after Greek newspapers publish- of the alleged agents i ad- sources in Washington accused
vance, except to say the list sourspinfWahingtonsuse
would be topped by Eugen Burg- Counterspy of heavy responsibil-
SHORT TRIPS RISKY staller, named in the past by ity i the affair.
WASHINGTON ()-The roads the French press as the local «
we use for short trips, such as CIA station chief.
to doctors and shops, are often Burgstaller's name appears TRA I N I NG
dangerous, says the president of in the official list of foreign
the Road Information Program. diplomats accredited to France
Most auto accidents occur with- under the rank of Attache at
in 10 miles of home and at the U.S. Embassy. But he lives iN
speeds under 30 miles per hour, at a much more fashionable Gestalt, "Hot Seat"
reports Donald B. Stebler. He address than the other attaches work, and Interpersonal
says almost half the 2.5 million on the embassy list.
miles of local roads and streets Liberation said the list of group process.
in this country are deficient due names it had compiled was pre- Wednesday Evenings
to potholes, narrow lanes and pared by unnamed French, LEADERS: Michael Andes,
broken pavement. American and British journal- ERichard Kempter
ists.
Stars are gigantic balls of THE GROUP WORKED ac- 995-0088
superheated gas, kept hot by--.-----
atomic reactions in their cen---
ters.
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here and there," said Abu Ah-
med, a leading Chiyah gunman.
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AP Photo
- Whos walking whom?
Out for an early morning jog, John Muzi and pooch, "Cato," stroll contently at the near
by Philadelphia Navy Base. Muzi claims that the pair jog three miles every morning. Well,
it's cheaper than joining a gym.

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Day Calendar Music School: Degree recital-
WUOM: Dr. Roy Menninger, pres., Franklin Summers, DMA bass, Re-
Menninger Foundation, interviewed cital Hall, 8 pm.
by Connie Goldman, NPR, 10 am. Astronomical Film Festival: Mars
Biophysics Seminar: C. M. venk- Minus Myth; Powers of Ten; Life
atachalam, "Theoretical Aspects of Beyond Earth and 'the Mind of
Protein Folding," 618 P&A Bldg., 3 Man; Aud. 3, MLB, 8 pm.
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Behavorial Science Series: Frank CEW announces winter series,
B. Livingstone, "Australopithecus 'Reports from Returning Women:
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several Spani~sh cities,
MADRID (Reuter) - Spanish In banks, tellers* and clerks subversive plan to disturb
riot police fired round after left their posts and lounged in peace and order and provoke a
round of tear gas last night as the corridors while bewildered general strike.
they fought violent street dem- customers wandered inside, try- JUSTICE M I N I S T E R1
onstrations by workers and stu- ing to cash checks. Antonio Garrigues, who with
dents demanding political liber- The strikes and demonstra- Fraga is one of the leading re-
ties and the end of government tions tested the avowed inten- formists in the government,
wage controls. tion of the government of King said subversion would not be
Hundreds of demonstrators Juan Carlos, 38, to abandon tolerated.
surged through the streets of the repressive policies of the In a speech yesterday he
Madrid smashing light bulbs late General Franco. said: "We have not come to
from Christmas decorations yet open the doors to subversion nor
to be taken down. INTERIOR MINISTER Man- legalize what is subversive but
eFraa warned workers thato eell as

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TE ACRID stench of tear:
gas filled streets in the center
of the city. Passers-by held
handkerchiefs to their mouths.
The street troubles came af-
ter a day of strikes in the Ma-
drid area which labor sources
-said brought out more than
100,000 workers in the biggest
show of labor strength since
the late General Francisco
Franco came to power 36 years
ago.
Banks and factories were shut
down yesterday by strikes for
more pay and amnesty for po-
litical prisoners. A bomb dam-
weekend arrest of union lead-
weeken darrest of union lead-
ers did- not seem to have
quenched the labor agitation.
LABOR SOURCES said 110
workers had been arrested in
the past few days.
The Finance Ministry ob-
jective of last night's demon-
strators, was ringed by bus-
loads of riot police.
The government reacted
coolly, a spokesperson said:.
"They (its critics) claimed it
was going to be a hot Janu-
ary. But as you can see, it is
cold and life goes on normally."
T H E DEMONSTRATION
was called by the strike com-
mittees of the Chrysler Aunto
firmeand the Standard Electric-
al plant, a subsidiary of Inter-
national Telephone and Tele-
graph (ITT), to demand the
resignation of Finance Minis-
ter Juan Villar Mir.
Villar Mir is the chief pro-
ponent of a strict wage control
policy aimed at halting infla-
tion, running at about 15 per
cent a year.
Police closed the bomb - dam-{
aged subway line for several
hours and found eight other
time bombs on the tracks, sub-
way sources said.
TROOPS HAD MANNED
the subway system during a
four-day strike last week.

Litr[cagl GUWU la li to define clearly what is essen-
disturbances would be dealt tial for the enjoyment of free-
with firmly. dom and eradicate what cannot
Speaking at a ceremony, Fra- be tolerated in a society that
ga said: respects human rights."
"The King has promised the Garrigues said the new gov-
country to listen to all griev- ernment would not dismantle
ances and open all doors. He the Franco regime but im-
who prefers to use the ways of prove and update it.
violence risks the reaction of police units which had mov-
the responsible majority and
faces the force of the law." ed into universities withdrew
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IN SUBURBAN Getafe, where
about 25,000 workers have walk-
ed off their jobs or been lock-
ed out, strikers gathered on
street corners as paramilitary
civil guards patrolled nearby in
trucks.
A strike by 13,000 workers at
Standard Electrica entered its
second week. The workers said
they were running out of money
and the next three days would
be decisive, with the manage-
ment demanding resumption of
work before negotiating their
demands to double their wages.
About 200 women, some with
children, gathered outside the
Madrid offices of Standard
Electrica. Four were allowed
inside to present a letter pro-
testing the arrests of labor
leaders.
THEN RIOT POLICE moved,
the women, most of them wives{
of strikers, quietly across the
street.
In Barcelona, striking work-
ers of the Catalonian Electric
Company threatened to cut the
city power supply if police in-
tervened. A huge balloon went
up in Barcelona with a placard,
demanding amnesty for Spain's
political prisoners.
Government sources said,{
they viewed the strikes and
demonstrations as part of a1

yesterday under government or-
ders. But the police dispersed
several hundred students as
they marched from the Madrid
campus to join striking work-
ers.
Quarterback Gene Swick of
Toledo passed for eight touch-
downs and accounted for 1,054
yards in his first four games
this season.
Jeff Hepinstall and Scott Res-
seguie of Toledo both caught 241
passes in their first four games
this season.

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AN INTRODUCTION TO THE
Transcendental Meditation
(TM) Program
as taught by MAHARISHI MAHESH YOGI
TONIGHT, Tues., Jan. 13 at 7:30 p.m.
Multipurpose Room UGLI
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Every Wed. at 12 noon and 8:00 p.m.
and Every Sunday at 3:00 p.m.
at the offices of the
Students International Meditati
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COURSE MART-WINTER 1976
Call POINT 10 for further information on the following offerings for
Winter term, 1976. [Bracketed offerings were closed at this writing]:

DEi' MIDRASH
at HILLEL
A Program of Jewish Studies
H EB REW FOR BEGINNERS-Emphasis on
conversation
INTERMEDIATE HEBREW-Continuation of
Hebrew for Beginners
HEBREW SPEAKING CLUB-Practice what
you know
MODERN HEBREW LITERATURE IN
TRANSLATION-Best known short stories
BASIC JUDAISM-An introduction to Jewish
Religion and life
JUDAISM-An examination of the Jewish
Religion
INTRODUCTION TO BIBLICAL LITERATURE-
How to read the Tanach
THE ARCHITECTURE OF JEWISH PRAYER-
The structure and content of Jewish Liturgy
ARABS, ISRAELIS, AND PALESTINIANS-A
study of source material
ZIONISM: Ideology and Movement-A study
of the dream and it's development
JEWISH HERETICS-An examination of the
lives and thinking of prominent Jewish
heretics
CURRENT FICTION BY AMERICAN JEWS-
Discussion of recent works by
Doctrow, Paley, Roth and Richler
POETRY OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE FROM THE
BIBLE TO TODAY-A representative
sampling
MODERN JEWISH THOUGHT-A close reading
of several recent Jewish Theologians
JEWISH RESPONSE TO THE PROBLEM OF
EVIL-Why do the good suffer or the
wicked prosper?

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DIVISION NO. 351

NOTE: *=Graded course

Unmarked courses=Pass/Fail

COLLEGE
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LOCATION

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LUNCHEON SERIES
Wed., Jan. 14th
MEXICIAN CUISINE
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[319-001 (3) *Constitutional Criminal
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319-002 (3) Constitutional Criminal
Procedure
319-004 (3) *Constitutional Criminal
Procedure
320 (3) Rudolf Steiner's Life and Work
( 332 (3) *Criminal Punishment &
The Prison System
343 (3) *Economic Analysis of Law
346 (3) *Consumers, Free Enterprise, and
Administrative State
351 (3) ;*Legal Issu.es of the 1970's

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Charles Williams
369 (3) Elementary Modern Armenian
372 (3) History and Philosophy of
Chassidim and Chassidus
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