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Tuesday, July 8, 197/5

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Tuesday, July 8, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY
CLASSIFIEDS
(Continued from Page 6)
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Mideast negotiations
near critical stage
(Continued from Page 1) The Israeli government also
Israel to agree to limited terms is pressing for some concrete
with Egypt Dinitz replied "what word on ito S2.59 billion eco-
can be done toward peace does nomic andmilitasa r t
not lead to pressure." Consideration wasonid to have
n~g lnd tobeen suspended for the duration
Diplomatic sources said Egypt of the Ford administrations
had indicated its willingness tO Mideast policy reassessment.
agree to a partial settlement of ACTUALLY, the aid package
three or four years' duration is a vital element in the Kis-
but the Israeli government was singer - conducted negotiations.
holding out for control of the The Israeli's have come to real-
Eastern slopes of the Gidi and ize that unless they make at
Mitla mountain passes. least some of the concessions
KISSINGER leaves tomorrow sought personally by President
for Europe and a probable meet- Ford and Kissinger prospects
ing in Bonn Saturday with Is- for all the assistance they want
raeli Prime Minister Yitzhak are not bright.
Rabin. By then he hopes to Asked about the target date
have the general outline of an for completion of the reassess-
agreement in sight. ment, State Department spokes-
U.S. officials said that if Kis- man Robert Anderson said he
singer found himself to be "95 did not know when it would be
per cent certain" of a settlement ready. As for Israel's aid plan,
he would probably plan on a the spokesman said the subject
follow-up trip to the Middle East was still "at the technical level"
to nail it down. and had not reached Kissinger's
Some-but not all-Israeli mil- desk.
itary authorities consider the Among the principal provi-
two passes vital for controlling sions in a Sinai settlement would
tank access to the vast desert be Egyptian recovery of the
region which stands between Abu Rudeis oil field and access
present Egyptian positions and to it as well as the kind of
Israel's 1967 western border. declaration Egypt would grant
ONE ISSUE Dinitz is explor- the Jewish state.
ing with Kissinger is what is President Anwar Sadat has
to happen to the electronic sur- balked at formally foreswearing
veillance system Israel operates belligerency but may be agree-
at Gidi and Mitla. able to a statement against the
There have been reports that use of force to settle disputes.
the United States might take it The latter is considered to have
over. lesser legal significance.
.H*ighway fund cut asked

Israeli planes hit
Palestinian camps

(Continued from Page 1)
HE SAID, however, Israel did
not publicize all its "preventive
and retaliatory actions." A U.S.
news magazine reported that
Israeli agents had assassinated
a number of Arab guerrilla lead-
ers during the wave of civil
fighting in Beirut in the last
three weeks. An Israeli Foreign
Ministry spokesman d e n i e d
knowledge of the assassinations.
Rabin also denounced the
United Nations for its endorse-
ment of the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization, and said a
U.N. discussion on whether to
admit the PLO as a participant
in an international conference.
on crime and terrorism to be
held in Toronto was "the height
of self-ridicule." He warned that
the United Nations was "sliding
into the abyss of appeasement."
In other Middle East develop-
ments:
-Officials in Paris said that
France has passed the word to
some friendly nations that it
will oppose efforts to expel Is-
rael from the United Nations at
the fall General Assembly.
They said that some Arab na-
tions plan to challenge members
of the Israeli delegation on the
procedural queston of validation
of their accreditation. The same
procedure was used previously
to keep the South African dele-
gation from taking its seat.
France feels that any attempt
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at exclusion of Israel would
harden positions in the Middle
East and would not contribute
to the search for a peaceful
solution.
-Egyptian President Anwar
Sadat granted amnesty to about
2,000 political prisoners convict-
ed of trying to overthrow his
predecessor, the late Gamal
Abdel Nasser.
The measure coincided with a
new tide of anti-Nasser criticism
in the Egyptian press and courts
and with elections to reform the
Arab Socialist Union, Egypt's
only authorized political party
formed by Nasser to spread so-
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(Continued from Page 3)
poses, including mass transit,
but said this would not be man-
datory.
All other highway-related tax
which now go into the trust fund
would continue to flow into that
pool. These include excise taxes
on automotive parts and user
fees for trucks.
Another major feature of the
administration proposal would
be the consolidation of approxi-
mately 30 highway categorical
grant programs into four broad
programs.
ANNUAL revenue for the
highway trust fund currently
totals about $6 billion, most of
it from the federal gasoline tax.
The administration estimated
that, under its proposal, high-
way trust fund revenue would
total about $3.3 billion inI0977.
Another $2 billion which would
go into the trust fund under cur-
rent law would go to the general

fund under the administration
proposal.
The highway legislation is
sure to stir controversy in Con-
gress.
Supporters of mass transit
have tried repeatedly to divert
some of the money from the
highway trsut fund into mass
transit projects while others
have sought to maintain the cur-
rent highway funding system.

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