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Page 2-Saturday, June 9, 1979-The Michigan Daily
AX nissiles plan receives go ahead J
land-based leg of the U.S. strategic The 190,000-pound MX missile would
chairman of the Senate Armed Services nuclear deterrent force, which also in- be deployed on a 4,000-mile network of
Committee, said it represents "an cludes submarine-launched missiles either road or rail connecting 8,800
essential step on the way to developing and bombers, and, by the early 1980s, a "hardened" shelters spread over four
a new and survivable missile for the new force of small, deadly cruise Western states - New Mexico,
future." missiles. Arizona, Utah and Nevada. The system
And Sen. John Tower of Texas, ACCORDING TO U.S. intelligence would be built on government-owned
ranking Republican on the committee estimates, increasingly accurate Soviet land.
and a supporter of the MX program it- missiles now being installed at the rate A total of 200 MX missiles would be
self, complained that the timing of Car- of 125 a year would be able to knock out carried in enormous 750,000-pound
ter's decision "is transparent SALT most of the present generation transporters from which they could be
salesmanship ... calculated to 'buy' Minuteman intercontinental ballistic fired.
ratification of the SALT II treaty." missiles (ICBM) in a surprise attack on THE MISSILES would be spread
The main purpose of the MX missile their fixed launch bases in the early among the 8,800 shelters and would be
is to assure the "survivability" of the 1980s. periodically moved about covertly so
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rom Carter
the Russians would not know where
they were at any given time.
One of the design questions still to be
resolved is whether the missile tran-
sporters should move on the earth's
surface or below ground. This involves
critical environmental questions which
will be discussed with state officials
defense authorities said.
If a decision is made to place the 20-
mile-long trench segments un-
derground, officials said, the United
States would have to be willing to open
up some of these trenches about every
six months so the Russians could verify
that the United States is not cheating on
the limits imposed by the SALT treaty.
Law school
officials talk
about poor
exam scores
(Continued from Page 1>
the tests as far as we can determine."
University Law School Dean Terren-
ce Sandalow agreed with Dunnings.
"SOME PEOPLE want to blame the
Board of Examiners for the scores, but
I do not share that feeling," said San-
dalow. "All of us (at Thursday's
meeting) came away with the idea that
we shouldn't make too much of one ad-
ministration of the exam. We decided to
see what happens in July and next
Dunnings also explained that score
results from the February exam are
always lower than those from tests
taken in July. Traditionally, he said,
more "repeaters" take the test in
February than in July.
"We don't know what it means, but
nearly 71 per cent of those who were
taking the bar exam for the second
time, failed it again in February," said
SANDALOW SAID the deans and
examiners agreed Thursday to follow
certain special procedures after each
bar exam.
"Immediately following the exam,
essay questions will be sent out to the
law schools accompanied by model an-
swers. Deans and professors will then
comment on the questions and whether
alternate answers are appropriate,"
said Sandalow.
Sandalow also said law school deans
and members of the Board of Law
Examiners agreed to discuss the bar
exam again, although a specific date
for the meeting was not set.
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Saturday, June 9, 1979
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Psalms 2:1 and Acts 4:25
This question is the opening words of the 2nd Psalm. It is After telling who the heathen are, and why they rage, God
asked and answered by God Almighty. The heathen are points out in this Psalm the results of this rage is the
revealed as those who resist and seek to get rid of God's L aw, visitation of God's anger and wrath, and vexation with all
and His Ten Commandments. sorts of trouble, just such as we find plaguing the earth
In other words the heathen embrace the entire human race today. Elijah, the prophet who was taken to heaven without
in their fallen estate, which estate is the result of Adam's death, by-passing the grave, said to King Ahab: "I have not
disobedience to The Commandment of God.Notonly do the troubled Israel; but thou, and thy father's house, in that ye
heathen rage, resist, and seek to get rid of God's Law, but have forsaken The Commandments of God... "
also they resist and seek to get rid of God's Anointed, The During the past few centuries The Protestant Christian
Lord Jesus Christ, who came from heaven to deliver man nations have been blessed above all the nations of the earth;
from his "estate of sin and misery." He came down and was and they have been the source of mighty blessing and ad-
born of The Virgin Mary, and so became God and man. The vancement of other nations of the earth. Our testimony and
God-man substituted Himself for fallen man and keptiGod's conviction is that all these blessings are the fulfillment of
Corimmandments perfectly in his stead. Then, He again promises made by God to the nations that obey His Com-
substituted for fallen man and took upon Himself the wrath mandments, "The- nation whose God is The Lord."
and curse of God's judgment upon rebellion and "Righteousness exaiteth a nation, but sin is a reproach to any
disobedience, and was put to death on The Cross. peopiel"
After three days He arose from the grave, "The Mighty "I will cause thee to ride upon the high places of the earth!"
Conqueror" of deathl He appeared to HIs disciples and The reason our nation is "riding so high" today is traceable to
believing followers, and sent then to tell the world if they our forefathers "fear of The Lord, and obedience to H is Com-
would repent of their sins-disobedience*to God's Com- mandments." Such were a small percentage of the total
mandments--believe, accept Him as their substitute, and br- population, yet their faith and influence laid the foundations
ing forth fruit worthy of repentance, they would be recon- of our great institutions, and wrote many of God's Laws upon
ciled to God, and receive the gift of Eternal Life. This is the our statute books The reason today we are in so much
Gospel, this is the Good N ews of the grace of God to all men. trouble, crime, lawlessness, etc. is because we have forsaken
Hear the testimony of the man God raised up to "prepare the The Commandments of The Lord.
way of The Lord" found in John 3:36: "He that believeth on in the first one of these articles the statement was made:
the Son of God hath Everlasting Life; but he that believeth "Our trouble, the world's trouble, is that we have a corrupt
not The Son shall not see life; but the wrath of God abideth form of Christianityf A Christianity that has been shoved off
on himi"If you leave this life without being reconciled to God its base, off its foundation: The Law of God."
through Jesus Christ, then there is the "wrath of God" for "Righteousness exalteth a nation, but sin is a reproach to
you to face in the next life any peoplel"
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