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I tE MICHIGAN t)AfLr

U.N. Security Council urges
money, guns for Mozambique

Friday, July 1, 197
3 escape Louisville jail

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. /A
- The Security Council unani-
mously adopted an African-in-
itiated resolution yesterday urg-
ing aid for Mozambique in de-
fending itself against border at-
tacks by Rhodesia.
The resolution was approved
following three days of debate
and behind the scenes negotia-
tions in which Western dele-
gates won key concessions
from African delegates.
ORIGINALLY, the resolu-
tion called for "immediate and
substantive practical assist-
ance" to shore op Mozam-

bique's defenses, but U. S. Am-
bassador Andrew Young and
other Western diplomats felt
this could be interpreted as an
invitation to send foreign
troops.
As finally passed, the resolu-
tion calls for "material assist-
ance," which a U. S. diplomat
said was agreed to mean "mon-
ey, schoolbooks, tanks, any-
thing but troops."
Young told the Security
Council before the vote that
the United States "deplored"
the acts of aggression by Rho-
desia, whose white minority
government he said was "built

on racism and tyrannical rale."
M O Z A M B IQ U E charg-
ed that Rhodesian forces have
made more than 151 raids into
itsterritory since the Marxist
government of President Sam.-
ora Machel closed the border
last year. Rhodesia has ack-
nowledged some such forays,
which it said were for the pur-
pose of destroying camps of
black Rhodesian guerrillas.
The black U. S. ambassador
strongly urged the council to
back the Mozambican appeal
for support in the form of arms
and money.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (A )-Three
more inmates escaped Wednes-
day ftlom the city's new jail. It
was the second escape since the
new facility opened a week ago.
Jail authorities said the in-
mates on Wednesday lowered
themselves from an upper floor
on a rope made of bed sheets.
But unlike the earlier incident,
the three escapees were recap-
tured almost immediately.
TWO OF SIX inmates who
broke out last Sunday are still
at large.
The escapes have prompted
jail officials to take a second
look at the security system,
which the escapers were able to
penetrate Sunday using only a

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