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THE MICHIGAN DAILY-

Saturday, May 24, 1975

In the news today ...
international lected by newsmen for inspection, con- said Maha
tained an assorted cargo of automobile Judge. "It
BEIRUT, Lebanon - Lebanons' first parts, fertilizers, butane gas, paint, of- name of G
military government in 32 years of in- fice equipment and toilet paper. Own-
dependence was formed yesterday in an era had originally volunteered to open
attempt to deal with bloody fighting be- all 77 containers. However when it was Local
tween rightest militia men and Palestine learned it would take almost 10 hours
guerrillas. It was also announced that a to open all of them, they agreed to in- If you at
new cease-fire was reached in the four spect six containers to be selected at a chance t
day fighting in Beirut suburbs between random by the newsmen. Saturday

the two groups. According to Beirut Ra-
dio, mixed patrols were policing t h e
truce. It was the second attempt to end
the heavy machine gun and mortar
clashes that have killed about 50 persons
and wounded more than 120, according
to unofficial counts.
HONG KONG - The Mayaguez arriv-
ed in Hong Kong yesterday and t h e
ship's owners opened six sealed cargo
containers at the request of newsmen
seeking to learn if the vessel was car-
rying military hardware when it was
seized last week. The six containers se--

'NEW DELHI, India - Rival gurus Ma-
haraji Ji and his oldest brother called
off their legal confrontation yesterday
but kept up their fued over who is "per-
fect master" of the Divine Light Mis-
sion. They dropped their defamation suits
against each other after being scolded by
Judge Singh Safeer during an hour-long
hearing. "Courts should not be utilized
for washing this dirty linen," Safeer de-
clared. Before the hearing ended the
Judge asked the two: "What is the great-
est sin?" "Jealousy," said Bhagwan Ji.
"Not realizing the God who created us,"

The eclips
Sunday m
eclipse of
years. Un
one will be
out endang
Weat
it will b
humid we
weekend.'
with temp
80's. Chan
showers is
day will b

araj Ji. "Wrong," said the
is deceiving people in the
od."
e a sky watcher you will have
to see an eclipse of the moon
night beginning about 10:59.
e will become total at 1:04
orning. This is the first
the moon visible in three
like eclipses of the sun this
perfectly safe to look at with-
gering the eyes.
'her
e more of the same with hot
ather dominating the holiday
Today will be partly sunny
tratures in the mid to upper
ces of showers or thunder
30 per cent. Sunday and Mon-
e the same. Happy holidays.

FBI
spying
disclosed
WASHINGTON (MP - At t y ,
Gen. Edward Levi reported yes-
terday the unearthing of five
more FBI counterintelligence
programs against domestic and
foreign groups. He said this in-
cluded a program aimed at stir-
ring enmity between organized
crime and the Communist Par-
ty and another designed to em-
barrass an organization seeking
independence for Puerto Rico.
The disclosures came in a
letter from the attorney general
to Rep. Peter Rodino Jr. (D-
N.J.), chairman of the H o u s e
Judiciary Committee. Levi said
he learned of the five pro-
grams from the FBI a" month
ago as a result of a review of its
counterintelligence files:-
LEVI SAID the other three in-
volved actions against foreign
intelligence programs between
1961 and 1971 and would give
few details about those opera-
tions.
Levi outlined a total of 37 F BI
actions designed to discredit cc
disrupt militant groups favoring
Puerto Rican independence be-
tween 1960 and April 1971.
He also disclosed an actober
1966 to July 1968 program cailed
"Operation Hoodwink," which
was an attempt to pit organized
crime elements against t h e
Communist Party U.S.A.
LEVI OFFERED no judg-
ment in his letter to Rodino as
to whether any of the efforts
constituted unlawful activity.
The attorney general said the
FBI's efforts against the Puerto
Rican grows included the mail-
ing of anonymous letters and
furnishing embarrassing in-
formation about leaders to the
news media.
Operation Hoodwink also em-
ployed anonymous nmailings, in-
cluding the sending of a tel'er
to an alleged organized c r i em
figure attacking his nusises
practices and falsely represent-
ed as having been writtens by
Communist Party officials, I evi
said.

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