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Page Eight

THE SUMMER DAILY

Fridoy, Moy 11, 1973

Page Eight THE SUMMER DAILY Friday, May 11, 1973

Guerrillas agree to
end Lebanon strife
NICOSIA, Cyprus W) - Lebanese and Palestinian leaders have
concluded a seven-point agreement - including provisions for setting
up a hotline between military chiefs - to end the fighting in Lebanon
and maintain a cease-fire, a top Egyptian official said yesterday.
Hassan Sabry el Kholi, the personal representative of Egypt's
President Anwar Sadat, told newsmen in Damascus, Syria, the agree-
ment was reached Wednesday night and both sides pledged to imple-
ment it.
KHOLI, WHO has been one of the mediators trying to end the
fighting, said the agreement provided for a high-level joint committee
to supervise the cease-fire and joint Lebanese-Palestinian patrols in
constant touch with their commands to stop any outbreaks of fighting.
Also agreed upon, Kholi said, was a hot line providing instant
communication between Lebanese army commanders and Palestinian
guerrilla leaders.
The agreement bound the Lebanese to discontinue air, and ar-
tillery strikes and both sides to cease propaganda broadcasts against,
each other.

House rejects
bomb fun ds

THE HARRY S. TRUMAN com-
memorative stamp was issued
Tuesday in ceremonies at t h e
Truman Library and the Post
Office in Independence, Missouri.
May 8 was the birthday of the
former president.

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WASHINGTON (M1 - The
House yesterday rejected addi-
tional spending authority for U.
S. bombing in Cambodia 219 to
188 in its first antiwar vote of
the Indochina war.
The Senate was considered cer-
tain to do the same thing, but
the Pentagon has said it could
finance the bombing with other
funds.
The House's unprecedented ac-
tion came in approving an
amendment by Rep. Joseph Ad-
dabbo (D-N.Y.) to deny Presi-
dent Nixon's requestdfor author-
ity to transfer $430 million from
other defense accounts for the
war and other spending.
THE REQUEST INCLUDED at
least $175 million for the bomb-
ing and other Indochina activi-
ties.
"I think it is another Tonkin
Gulf resolution," Democratic
Leader Thomas O'Neill Jr., told
the House. "I think we should
steer clear of another Vietnam
in Cambodia."
But House Republican Leader
Gerald Ford said, "This is a
very, very sad day in the House
of Representatives. We are back-
ing away from our responsibil-
The House had consistently'
supported the President's -Viet-
nam policies before the Jan. 27
Vietnam cease-fire and had re-
jected all Senate-passed efforts
to force a halt to the war.
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House struck out the transfer
authority from a $2.8 billion sup-
plemental appropriation bill.
Thirty-five Republicans joined
185 Democrats in voting against
the Cambodia bombing spending;
143 Republicans and 45 Demo-
crats were for it. The vote
brought cheers from antiwar
members.
Addabbo told the House he
agrees that Congress cannot halt
the bombing by rejecting the new
spending authority.
But he said, "We can express
the intent of Congress to stop the
loss of American lives in Cam-
bodia and Laos and providing the
Pentagon with a blank check ap-
proval it wants to expand the
bombing or carry the Cambodia
camnaign into a further escala-
tion."
SECRETARY OF DEFENSE
Elliot Richardson said Monday
that rejection of the transfer au-
thority would only force the
Pentagon to cut military pro-
grams other than the Indochina
operations.
He said the additional spend-
ing authority is needed to cover
U. S. defense costs worldwide
through June 30 and if Congress
denied it, cuts would be taken
out of programs other than the
war operations.
Republican Conference Chair-
man John Anderson of Illinois
said he was among past support-
ers of Presidents' war policies
who turned against the bombing
after "intensive soul searching.
"You cannot create the struc-
ture of peace with a rain of fall-
ing bombs," Anderson said in
opening House debate.
Daily Official Bulletin
Friday, May 11
DAY CALENDAR
Regents: Official business session, Re-
gents' tm., Admin., 11 am.
Tennis: Michigan vs. wisconsin,
Courts nr. IM Bldg., 2:30 pm.
Music School: Carillon recital, Prix
d'Excellence performance, Hudson Ladd,
carillonneur, Baird Carillon, 7 pm.
International Folk Dance: Barbour
Gym, 5 pm.

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