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1 HE MICGAN DAtILY

Wednesday, July 27, 1977

Egypt, Libya observe trUce

CAIRO, Egypt (A-Egypt and
Libya waged a war of words
yesterday, but E g y p t said
armed forces of the two Arab
neighbors w e r e observing a
truce along their 700-mile desert
frontier.
"Both sides are sincerely hon-
oring the cease-fire," after a
week of major border clashes,
an Egyptian military spokesper-
son said.

EGYPTIAN President Anwar
Sadat scheduled a nationally
televised speech last night that
was expected to deal with the
conflict.
"The cease-fire will be in
force as long as trere are no
Libyan military provocations,"
a Foreign Ministry spokesperson
said in denying that Egypt had
laid down other conditions for
the truce.

One report said the conditions
included t h e dismantling or
mothballing of electronic sur-
veillance systems built for Libya
by the Soviet Union.
"THAT IS NOT true," the
Foreign Ministry spokesperson
said.
By Egyptian a c c o u n t, the
truce was held for two days.
However, a Libyan diplomat in

La nordered todesegregate schools
CINCINNATI (UPI) - The District Judge Noel Fox in Pierce Lively sharply criticiz-
Lansing, Mich., school board Michigan. ed the school board for segre&
"has created and maintained The Lansing school board is gation practices and cited a
a racially segregated school now under orders from Fox to long list of abuses.
system," a federal appeals continue a "cluster plan" for "Our review of the record
court ruled Tuesday. desegregating the city's ele- convinces us that . . . the Lan-
mentary schools until a final sing Board of Education has
In issuing the decision, the desegregation plan is submit- practiced de jure segregation.
6th U. S. Circuit Court of Ap- ted for court approval. in the administration of public
peals unanimously upheld a Appellate Judges Anthony elementary schools," declared
similar previous finding by U.S. Celebrezze, John Peck and the judges.

Rome claimed there was fight-
ing Monday in two Libyan cases.
Libya said yesterday that cap-
tured Egyptian soldiers had car-
ried Israeli arms. The Libyans
said this showed that President
Anwar Sadat was a tool of both
the _ U.S.- Central Intelligence
Agency (CIA) and Zionists.
THE OFFICIAL Libyan news-'
paper Al Jihad said: "Our
forces seized Zionist arms from
Egyptian prisoners of war, and
these arms were used against
Libya by Anwar Sadat, who is
a tool of the CIA."
"We recognize that the man
fighting us has already sold
himself to the devil," the news-
paper said and predicted the
Egyptian people will overthrow
their president.
E g y p t' s semiofficial news-
paper Al Ahram, on the other
hand, said "the Libyan people
soon will p as s sentence on
Libyan leader Moammar Kha-
dafy."
"THE PUNISHMENT of the

Libyan people and the judgment
of history will be very harsh
against the bitter individual who
instigated the L i b y a n army
against its Egyptian brothers,"
Al Abram said.
Algerian President H o u a i
Boumedienne returned to Algiers
yesterday after a Sunday media-
tion mission to Cairo and the
Libyan capital of Tripoli.
Palestinian mediators con-
tinued their efforts to resolve
the conflict. The Palestine Lib-
eration Organization (PLO) an-
nounced here Monday that PLO
chief Yasir Arafat's shuttle be-
tween Carlo and Tripoli had pro-
duced a three-point cease-fire
agreement. Details were not an-
nounced.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LxxxvII, No. 52-S
wednesday, July 27, 1977
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