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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, June 1, 19721

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, June 1, 19721

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By Subject

Nixon on way EPA approves Meir puts blame on Arabs
from Poland cla ilnin Lod airoort massacre

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(Continued from Page 1)
(Continued from Page 1) feet areas where the air needs
ish and O.S. officiats stunoan- to be cleaned up to meet federal
ishando.S of~c~ls lso""- standards. The approved state
nounced additional consulates standar e approved sate
would be opened in the cities of plans ure in full effect and are
Krakow and New York. not clouded by the court order,
he said.
There was no official estimate A primary standard .ets limits
of the size of the crowd which on six common forms of air pot-
lined the President's 10-mile lution, to protect human health;
motorcade route, and at one a more stringent secondary stan-
point surged through police lines, dard is designed to protect
halting the motorcade. B ut
repoters whwetre.BhNixon plants, animals, property and the
reprera who were with Nixon environment.
in August, 1959, when the then Fdrlofcasrjce h
ivice president received a the O Federal officials rejected the
viceapeiderceivedquarter Michigan proposal, contending
tional welcome from a thate
of a million Poles, said yester- that nitrogen oxide levels a r e
day's crowd was at least as much higher for the three cities
large. The Poles again cheered than state tests show.
Nixon with the words "Stolat," Lee Jager, a state air pollu-
which means "may you live 10 tion engineer, said if the fed-
years." eral test results are accurate,
the only way Michigan could
The Nixons will spend the meet the 1975 clear air dead-
night at Wilanow -a 17th century line would be by "drastically',
palace just outside Warsaw. curbing vehicle traffic.
Soldiers, secret police and scores c
of militia were part of a tight The state's plan calls for state
security net surrounding t h e inspection of auto emission con-
building. trol devices, beginning in 1975
S -- -- or 1976. It does not propose ve-
(2) What property is common to hile curbs in downtown areas,.
50, 65 and 85 but to no other num- where nitrogen oxide and Gar-
ber under 100? What is the next bon monoxide are generally the
number in the series? Answer; see highest.
next sat. Daily. EPA officials have hinted that
cars may have to be oanned
from some cities until the string-
603 est liberty ent auto emission requirements
for vehicles built after 1975 are
MICH GAN in force.
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(Continued from Page 1)
Arab lands."
The mass circulation Al Ak-
habar blamed Israel for the in-
cident, saying: "Israeli leaders
should understand they are re-
sponsible for whatever actions
the commandos take because
they feel under the illusion that
they are able to achievesecurity
through sheerforce of arms."
The massacre Tuesday was
the second outbreak of violence
at Lod airport in less than a
month.
Four Arab terrorists hijacked
a Belgian Sabena jetliner to
Tel Aviv after it took off from
Rome May 8. Passengers and
crew were held captive for a
day before Israeli commandos
stormed the aircraft, killed two
of the hijackers, captured two
accomplices and freed the hos-
tages. One passenger later died
of injuries suffered in the
shooting.
The Popular Front claimed
that Tuesday's attack was to
avenge the death of the two
hijackers.
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Several new threats to air
passage were reported yester-
day.
Israeli security agents foiled
an attempt by Arab guerrillas
to sabotage an Israeli El Al air-
lines in Copenhagen, a company
official disclosed yesterday.
The official said two Arabs
tried to damage the El Al plane
by placing explosives aboard.
El Al flies weekly flight from
Copenhagen to Israel every
Thursday.
An Air France jumbo jet
bound from Paris for Tel Aviv
with 100 passenger aboard
turned back to Orley Airport
yesterday after an anonymous
telephone caller told the air-
port switchboard a bomb had
been placed on a Tel Aviv
flight.
The passengers left the Boe-
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and other Air France and El Al
planes scheduled to depart later
in the afternoon for Israel.
Q uaahudes
(Continued from Page 1)
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will get them to the hospital,"
Rogow says.
Police here have been unable
to locate the source of the Ann
Arbor street supply.
"Right now we're concentrat-
ing on finding the distribution'
points because from all indica-
tion there seems to be a lot of
them on the streets," says Sgt.
Calvin Hicks of the Ann Arbor
Police Dept. "At the moment
it is unclear where they are
coming from."
The drug, because it is not a
barbituate, is not governed by
the Federal Controlled Substance
Act and is thus not considered
illegal. However, federal legis-
lation covering methaqualone
use is expected by mid-summer,
according to Hicks.
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